The fast pace of technology has an impact on more than our work lives – it’s changing the way we approach connection and opens up the opportunity for richer, more dynamic social interactions.
Whether you are using a social network to grow your business, meet your future partner or just connect with like minds and hearts, technology is playing a larger and larger role in helping all of us form a stronger sense of belonging from every corner of the globe. Leveraging an online connection is also a fun way to explore new things that interest you, or learn from people who are sharing stories from their own unique personal development path.
In fact, if it wasn’t for G+, Jamie and I would not have met, became friends or decided to create this Flirting with Enlightenment podcast!
On this episode, we talk about how social networks allow you to cast a wider net in order to find people with similar interests and beliefs who are outside of your physical reach, or find a collaborator that sparks a creative flame within you, inspiring you to build something of value together. It’s also a great way for people to stay in touch with family and friends, no matter where they are throughout the world.
Also on this episode of Flirting with Enlightenment, Jamie shares how social networks helped him integrate into a fast-paced world and find friends after being in the monastery for over 11 years, and I offer my insights on how technology can help empaths connect in a more grounded, contained way.
We feel the barrier of technology completely disappears when you resonate with someone and you feel really aligned. What do you think? Share your thoughts on the blog!
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