The Spectacular Implosion of Supernovas
“If your internal power – which we call character – does not match the external power of the fame you’ve accumulated, you are in danger of imploding.”
In this episode, Aviv describes the Supernova Syndrome, a condition wherein a person allows the external pressures of fame and notoriety to affect his or her character, resulting in an implosion. Aviv outlines two potential outcomes that can result from this unsustainable imbalance and paints a critical awareness to consider when witnessing these implosions. Finally, Aviv analyzes the service, development, and spiritual orientations that are crucial for those in power and influence to maintain a healthy equilibrium. Ultimately, the alignment of these orientations helps to balance external prominence and influence with the internal power and character for the greater good.
Essential Learning Points:
- [00:42] – Introducing today’s topic, The Spectacular Implosion of Supernovas
- [02:27] – Aviv poses an interesting question about two different types of fame and success
- [03:40] – The Circles of Power & Character
- [06:41] – The first possible outcome of an unsustainable imbalance between the power of external fame and that of internal character
- [08:24] – A critical awareness to consider about supernova implosions
- [09:47] – The second possible outcome of an unsustainable imbalance between the power of external fame and that of internal character
- [10:56] – The importance of service orientation, development orientation, and spiritual orientation
- [15:47] – Now it’s your turn, determine what service, development and spiritual work you must do to build your character and readiness to embrace greater power and visibility so you can avoid the supernova syndrome
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