When the ‘guru’ is wrong
People put gurus on a pedestal, but guru simply means ‘teacher’ in some language: teacher… wise teacher.
But I am not a guru. I may teach, but my methodology, experimenting, is more scientific.
Scientists have a hypothesis, and then proceed to prove or disprove it. Both are good results.
But sometimes a preconceived notion leaks in. 🙁
This is what happened a few years ago: I recommended the Polar Pitcher to energize your water. But unbeknownst to me, the seller of that pitcher change the design, and the new design doesn’t work to energize the water.
The original Polar Pitcher had a stainless steel core, thin, flexible, and able to resonate with the vibration of the water.
The new core, aluminum, is thick, and does not resonate.
I have tested it, and in addition to it being ugly, and cheap looking, it is useless for our purposes. For the original purpose: cool beverages without diluting them with ice cubes, it’s good, but not for energizing water.
So I had to eat humble pie… but stupid me, I didn’t remove the hundreds of mention of the Polar Pitcher from my site, and people kept buying it.
I don’t have a system, yet, to filter out who is intelligent enough to buy the Water Energizer. Without an understanding what is energy, how energy get transferred, how entrainment works, you are buying grief, not a valuable tool.
So what is there to know?
Energy always moves as a wave. An oscillation. If you want to transfer energy to a relatively solid medium, like water, you need to be able to vibrate a physical object around or in the water. That vibrating object then transfers the vibration onto the water.
This means: the object inside or around the water has to work like a membrane.
Aluminum is thick. Certain water containers, the kind you also use for transporting gasoline, are too thick to be effective. Glass, especially with patterns: too thick to resonate.
Now, here comes an interesting question: how come I can REMOTELY energize your water? The answer is: I don’t know. I can connect directly to the water, for some weird reason, and not need a connecting medium. I always could. Some people can, most can’t.
My introduction to energies happened when I was a tag-along when two guys trained in Omega Shakti system exchanged energies…
I was lying on the sofa, bored out of my mind, until they did that… and then I had mini seizure after mini seizure from the energy they were playing with.
Then I had a grand mal seizure a few months later… same source.
My physical being is like a person standing on one leg… very unstable.
Enough about me… it all sounds like a good excuse… but nothing excuses the ‘sin’ of assuming something to be true.
Nothing excuses the ‘sin’ of assuming something to be true.
Let me talk about the insights I have gained from this cognitive bias, and my unwillingness to check before I speak.
I saw that what was bothering me in the Netflix Marco Polo movie, is not the betrayal, but the Mongol Khan’s unwillingness to check if his assumptions about his adopted son were right. And failure to do so will cost him his life, and thousands of other lives… I foresee. So, ultimately I saw myself in him, that is why I stopped watching the series… Would have been funny had it not hit so close to home.
- I now have more compassion for you when you are stuck in your ways and in your opinions…
I see that it is all of us. Learning that you’ve been wrong, and that it has been costing you is very unpleasant…I have been forced to… life will force you too.
The art is to see that it was you, all along, who was the stupid one. For you, finding things you have a faulty assumption about, is like shooting fish in a barrel. You are wrongly sure about so many things. So start culling the fish in the barrel today.
- Life is stuck until you accept that it may be you who is wrong. Stuck. So if your life is stuck: I am giving you an effective way to climb out of your deep hole.
- I saw that some soul corrections (maybe all of them, for all I know) are stuck states: stuck in an assumption that is wrong. An assumption that is a delusion. An assumption that is toxic in its invisibility to you.
If you know your soul correction, what are the fixed points of your life, things you are sure about… consider that you are wrong about them. That is what makes you stuck.
For example, in a conversation with a “Circuitry” person today, I told her that she is not only a black hole, her attitude to anyone having anything is “oh no”… and that Circuitry soul correction is the closest to perfect match to “desire to receive for the self alone”… the sadness when other people have something good, whether you have it too or don’t, and the glee you experience when other people are slighted, or fail, or have to go without.
Sucking the light out of the Universe…
All these insights. I am sure I’ll get more.
I am clear that bringing “It ain’t necessarily so” to every area where I can have an assumption will be mandatory for me, if I want to really benefit from this insight: I have assumptions that are wrong. Dead wrong.
One area of life where most everyone is delusional and assume stuff not in existence, is what they are good at and where their strengths are.
Without being accurate about those, all your inventions of a future will be dead on start… and your life won’t go anywhere.
In today’s Talk to Me webinar we’ll examine with as many of the participants where they are delusional, and we’ll look at their real strengths, and if it is appropriate, what future they could win with.
Go to step 2