Be Unreasonable

A second phase activator, Being unreasonable came up on the first live session of the Second Phase Activator series.

There was a confusion on what the word means…

In the “pedestrian world” where we live, the word “unresonable” is used to mean pushy, grabby, going for it, and irritating.

In the “pedestrian world” it is not a compliment. In that world you don’t want to deal with unreasonable people: they want too much from you, they want too much for themselves, they want you to work too hard, for little or no reward, so they can benefit.

So obviously you don’t want to be like that, (unless you already are, lol).

So why would I have an activator for Unreasonable, and have that on the first session of a long (loooong) series of activators?

Because in the Upper Worlds, in the world of high vibration, Unreasonable is probably the biggest compliment you can get.

Boggles the mind, right? How is it that there is such a big difference between the two vantage points? 1

But what is the meaning of “unreasonable” in the Upper Worlds? 2

It simply means: for no reason.

In the pedestrian world the most frequent question is: why? and that question sets up the answer to come from no-power, from a place of avoiding responsibility, avoiding blame, avoiding the consequences.

Here are a few examples? Why are you the way you are? i.e. what made you the way you are: obviously it has nothing to do with you, your mindset and your actions, right?

Obviously it was your upbringing, the time you were born, the birth sign, the parenting you had, blah blah blah. You would be great if it weren’t for those pesky parents, etc.

I admit, I ran that racket for most of my life. The big turning point was when at a speaker training I delivered one of my tearjerkers about my relationship with my mother, and the audience wasn’t moved.

The audience was other speakers, and we wrote a feedback on little yellow papers for each other, and most of the notes addressed to me said that I should grow up and leave the drama behind.

It stabbed my story in its heart… lol.

After all the elements of the story were true, but the drama was all mine: and the core of the story was the word “because.”

The real opposite of Unreasonable is “because.” because of this, and because of that… total victim talk, total no power, total nobody is driving MY life but the reasons.

I woke up. I got it. It hurt, but it worked. I snapped out of it.

It is my life. It is my job to drive it… And that, taking on the job of driving my life, is unreasonable.

Taking on that my mood is up to me, not up to the circumstances. My fortune, my environment, my finances, my health are all up to me. That is unreasonable, and that is what we are downloading from Source in that activator.

Where is your attention: is it on the reasons why you can’t, or is it actually doing what you came to this life to accomplish? However you got to this point in life, you can start now.

You can start being unreasonable.


  1. Hey, the bigger the difference in vantage points, the bigger the difference in the quality of life, in the life-experience, and therefore, if I were you, living on the “pedestrian plane”, I would be more than eager to learn the difference and want to master the vantage point of the higher vibrations: ultimately that is what will raise your vibration.
  2. Living by reasoning, by the power of reason goes as high as 495… it is not the Upper worlds.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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4 thoughts on “Be Unreasonable”

  1. Yes, I see the difference now, I am such a reasonable guy: gleeeegleeeegleeee…..look at me Mr. Reasonable, poor, sick and have an excuse for everything!…at first the thought of being unreasonable sounded crazy!….but so did everything you are teaching, at first glance..LOL…and after the webinar today I was all shook up, had to go back to work and got put on the spot as soon as I returned there….the anxiety began but I said my affirmation, I have a silent partner, and bam anxiety dropped confidence shot up and I nailed my presentation, I have my toolbox now and plan on using it….muhaaaaaaahaaa…!!!

  2. Looking back I can see that I’ve lived a very unreasonable life. Personal growth has always trumped all other considerations when making choices. I often feel a compelling need to do things or go places for which I never truly understand the why’s or what-for’s beforehand. All I know is that I can never be alright or at peace if I don’t follow these “orders”. Which has made for some very “unreasonable” choices and decisions in the eyes of those around me.
    For many years I’ve used Mallory or Irvine’s answer on why to climb Everest, “Because it’s there”, as a half-baked justification to all of those that always tried to make me be “reasonable”. I never found this answer fullfilling, it never quieted my own doubts.
    Last night, after your much-needed explanation, I realized that much better is the: “If you have to ask, you’ll never understand”, and that’s the answer that everyone, including my own mind and ego, will get from now on! It’s not necessary to understand the “orders”, merely to follow them. So, shut up and get going!
    Thanks a million Sophie!

  3. Yes Alex, the “world” argues for mediocrity, reasonableness, and victimhood, and is very irritated when someone isn’t living by their standards. It rattles their cage. Good work, keep on pushing, keep on poking, that’s how it’s done. You have found a home here with kindred spirits. Yaay, Alex.

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