Growth is like a spiral… only when you have made a full circle… that you see it

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taking-a-showerThe 67 steps spiral… second take… I am at step two… and can see the territory I have covered.

There are a few incredibly useful distinctions in the 67 step program.

Of course, if you listen to the audios through the filter: true/false, right/wrong, agree/don’t agree, you’ll miss them all.

And it’s a pity.

How do I listen? I have said it before: I listen in theta mode… i.e. as if I were taking a shower. I get wet.

I don’t pick and choose which water droplet is right or wrong, true or false, and I don’t evaluate everything to see if I agree or not. No… I am standing there. Some drops miss me and end up on the shower curtain. I don’t worry. I am not intent to catch all the water. I am happy with the water that hits me.

Now, that I have finished the 67 steps once, I am doing it again, with the exact same attitude, the exact same approach.

I stored none of what I heard the first time around. I didn’t learn anything the first time. No mind learning. A looked at life, I looked at my life. And what I saw I acted on… or not.

It was incredibly useful. How do I know? I just know. I have no visible, outward proof… and yet. I see a lot more…

I have a sense that I am closer to living my full potential.

One thing I see: I have a lot more adaptability… I recover from despair a lot faster. I still go there, but don’t stay there.

I am also aware of a lot more things… especially around my health. I actually have some noticeable improvements. Subtle, but it’s there.

Many of the questions Tai asks I would not ask… like “now that you see this… what are you going to do about it?”

I didn’t find that kind of questioning useful, but I looked.

The program is really best used by bringing awareness and consciousness to areas of life that have been your blind spot. I had surprisingly many blind spots.

I had the most results, or the most insights from working with my students. They looked at things differently from myself, and this way I could see at least double of what I would have seen without those interactions.

AL1980a-06LargeI also see, that the “ordinary” way of doing this program isn’t as useful as the “taking a shower” way… many of my students are pulled to attending, or fixing an area, which is the wrong way… because it makes one attend to one thing, one aspect instead of all of your life.

For example, one of the distinctions is your worth a damn factor. You deserve what you are worth.

Your life shows what you deserve.

It’s a comparison: if you lived fully in all areas, and you had what you want, your worth a damn factor would be a 10. Compare that with what you have, and you get your current worth a damn factor.

Mine is 3. Lots of room for growth in every area.

It’s a good thing to know where you are. It’s a good feeling to know why things are the way they are. And know what you can do to earn more, so you can be worth more.

It creates a life that makes sense, that can have a direction, and what more can you ask for?

PS: When you listen the way most people listen, your cone of vision is about 10 degrees… and your consciousness starves to death.

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

True empath, award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

2 thoughts on “Growth is like a spiral… only when you have made a full circle… that you see it”

  1. Sophie, how did you determine your Worth a Damn factor? If you’re a 3, I must be a negative 9. Can you use the same method to evaluate me? I rated myself a 6 the other day.

  2. I looked at what I am capable of achieving with full awareness and work. Then I looked at where I am at and compared them.

    Being worth a damn can, of course, measured in many ways, I could compare myself to others, but this way of measuring feels true to me, and also inspiring.

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