- Have you been wondering why public services and big companies employ semi-morons for customer service?
I am, I think, supposed to mention this, given how many times it has happened in the past week.
Not every customer service person acts stupid, only most of them.
So what is their stupidity about? They only hear what they know. The filter of their mind screens out everything that is not the three-four basic issues: refund request, payment plan request, return request… you know the kind most people will have.
For every issue outside of the ones that the solution is standardized, the customer rep can’t hear…
The mind did not allow the person to interact with reality, only with what’s in the mind.
- A person sends me an email today, asking for her energy reading. She just paid for her vibrational reading… but she read: energy reading.
What happened? The mind did not allow her to see what was in front of her, only what was already in her mind.
I have a lot more examples. I thought you would like to see what it looks like, to you, when someone else identifies themselves with their mind… they do look stupid, don’t they?
You do too…
A few days later I get an answer saying that I totally goofed: they are not at all like I felt them. They say I made them laugh.
I muscle test if they in fact laughed… the answer is no.
The person in question, a Californian, no doubt, have a self-image of cloudless joy and happiness… but it is a mind-construct. Anything that doesn’t fit it won’t be able to penetrate… What a waste of five bucks, and my ten minutes.
OK, with that, I think I am ready to talk about what I wanted to talk about:
Until you des-identify yourself with mind, your actions will be out of sync with the world. You’ll not be able to see what is, your aim will be off… and your results are going to be way off.
If you imagine living in the Matrix, being completely unaware that you are a piece of software, operated by some dude, who knows where, your life is not your own… that is the life identifying with the mind gives you.
It doesn’t take as much courage to step out of the mind as the movie, The Matrix suggests, instead it will take some work, persistence, consistency, and awareness.
Is it worth it? I have done it, and it is. I have seen others do it, and it seems that they are happier being in control of their experience that they were before.
How will you learn it?
I think I will take back my word I gave to myself a year or so ago… I may have to actually teach you… or die trying. lol.
All 10-15 of you… that is my estimate of how many of my thousands of visitors, clients, and students will want to participate.
Please indicate that you would want me to take my word back and start teaching again. In the comments section, please.
Less than 10 comments? I won’t bother.