This is true in every area of life, not just money, not just love. This sentence, from the New Testament, is true...
"I tell you that to everyone who has, more shall be given, but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away."
As I am doing my work to take a group of people to become human beings... I see it clearly.
The Gate of Heaven is when you can get outside of your periphery: your mind, your body, your emotions, your thoughts, your opinions, even your soul... step into the position of the Witness, the Observer, The Consciousness, and see everything from that unique perspective...
Stepping back is a spiritual capacity, and you can't really step back, unless that capacity is turned on in your DNA.
So I did that.
Then I saw that there are a bunch of capacities that need to be on for this capacity to stay on after I activated it. Allowing what you don't like, or what you like, because if you don't... you are pulled into getting attached to it...
Humility, because unless it's on, you are going to look in your mind, that empty place, that hodge podge of half knowledge, and won't be even considering that you need more knowledge to step to a new place, to look from there, and to stay thee.
Courage, because unless you have this capacity open, fear will take you right back into the circle... and hold you hostage.
Self-trust, the knowledge, the faith that no matter what will happen as a result of looking at yourself and what's happening from a different place, no matter what you'll see: you can handle it.
What I found out is this:
The less capacities you have turned on, the more arrogant you are. You'll do it your way. You will not understand the instructions, but you won't even look twice.
And if you look twice, three times. you'll only see what you have always seen.
You see, the more you have the more will be given to you.
And then there is the general unwillingness, or inability to think constructively.
When you want to accomplish something, anything, you need three things, in this order
Keeping capacities on requires the person to do certain things, so the capacity stays on.
Nature is discerning and economical, and doesn't allow anything that is not needed, not used, to remain with the person who doesn't need it, who won't use it.
So, when I checked all 22 participants, of the five times 22 capacities (110) only 12 maybe 13 total stayed on.
No one held onto all five, some had one turn off, some had two... And most had all turn off.
My observation is that people learned to be able to do only those things which are completely spelled out... There are a few exceptions, but very few.
But when it comes to growth, they are clueless: it doesn't look like a project, it feels like a surgery, where I do the work and they will get what I do as an implant.
But that is not how it works, and I bet you are as disappointed as I am frustrated.
If you are this work with me, do yourself a favor, and create a plan, as an exercise, on how you are going to go from where you are to, let's say three capacities more.
- Get the knowledge, create a strategy even about that. Getting knowledge is the first step, but a project in and of itself.
- Then create a strategy on what you will do, what will be the actions that you'll do to keep those capacities in working order.
- And when it's done... do it. One step at a time, follow the strategy you had created.
Instead of waiting for me to wipe your ass... Know what you are doing. And do it.
PS: Just so you know, if you haven't bought the 67 steps, I know you are not willing to learn. Talk is cheap. And your money too.