The normal result is 1~2%, and an extraordinarily successful course with lots of handholding can clock a 7% result.
And this result does not see to depend on the amount of schooling people have, or the average IQ...
Its bulk was answering questions. And the questions were a dead giveaway why people don't succeed in the courses they take:
You can already see on day two of a 10 week course who is not going to succeed. Who is asking the type of questions that belie their thinking habits...
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People asked questions about stuff that will not be relevant until week seven or eight.
This indicates two serious issues:
- they made a buying decision without due diligence... and will drop out
- they can't or won't concentrate on the job in front of them, step one, that without concentrating on, working it, really putting all power behind their actions would make them succeed.
Thinking about stuff, thinking about the future, thinking about obstacles or problems down the line take your power away to do what you need to do now.
In this particular course step one is a b-i-t-c-h, a nose to the grindstone, 10-15 hour minimum research... you need serious grit to stick with it.
So how do you learn to manage your attention?
So I am going to brainstorm here...
One thing I know: meditation's main job should be to train your attention. Yet I have never spoken with a person who meditates and can direct their attention at will... so meditation is not an effective method.
I have found that brain health is very important for the ability to focus and stay with that focus.
When you are properly hydrated (above 70%) you are calmer. And when you eat right for your ethnicity, your blood type, for your body type, for your food sensitivities and intolerances, correct your nutritional deficiencies, when your health number gets above 50%, this ability starts to kick in.
And last but not least: you need to train your attention. First off, you need to be aware that your attention has wandered and gently pull it back.
You do that best when you can descend your Self into your Center... and do your attention training exercises from there.
The world, the hubbub, the noise, almost forces you to live from your head and not from your center.
And I can tell you that living there is both unpleasant and ineffective... no matter what you are up to.
So if you really want to grow beyond the chicken coop... you need to take steps in raising your health and vibration numbers, and start living from your Center.
Living from your Center is easy to learn, I have taught it in an experimental course... Where I trained people to be Detached... it didn't take, but people did learn to descend to their Center, and I have seen results from that.
If you are interested in learning to descent your Self into your Center... let me know. I am curious how many people are interested in that.
On days like today I have to remember to go there... it is not automatic. On "normal" days I live from there... that's why I am so unflappable.