Are 30 day challenges worth doing?

Somehow it seems that 30 days are almost enough to establish a habit… even though other reports say: it takes 66 days.

One of my old students who had not participated in anything I offered for 8 years now, decided to join the Validation Challenge.

The discipline of doing something daily and get daily feedback on how that action worked started to create a miracle.

Some people surrender to discipline, some people welcome it as an accountability device, others continue doing what they always do… which is either doing nothing, or doing something that is based on some misunderstanding.

I love to be called to account, I love to be held to my word, I love discipline from the outside. I think this is one of the secrets of my ability to rise above misery… I consider my word also a restriction… I honor my word as myself… In ordinary language, my word is my bond. But not every word that leaves my mouth, mind you, only sacred words…

If you manage to surrender to a challenge, as she has, you can get many years worth of transformation done in a couple of cycles of the challenge.

Had I had, back in the days when I was trying to lift myself from utter and complete wretchedness, a challenge like mine, low intensity, and yet… would have shortened my nearly 35 year long ‘ascent’ to maybe a year or two.

But there was nothing like that. And I don’t know any challenge like the ones I offer.

What is the difference in my challenges, other that they are low intensity?

I am currently participating in a 30 day challenge to create a course from nothing… It’s exactly halfway through. The course, called the 30 day course, comes with a short video and instructions daily, and by the end of the 30 days, it is promised that if you did every step right, you’ll have a course that you can sell.

Excellent course, by the way. I am doing every step. But…

And therein comes the difference.

In my challenges muscle test certain things about the participants, preferably daily, so there is an almost instant feedback that doesn’t wait till the end of the 30 days, not even till the end of the week. I give you feedback most every day, seven days a week.

With the course course I have to wait till the end, when the public either buys the course and likes it or not. The public will give me feedback. And if I misjudged something along the way, I didn’t create the result I wanted, and I can start over again.

If the course came with daily coaching, it would cost a thousand dollars.

In addition to the almost daily feedback loop, I also provide energetic support.

In the water energizing challenge I gave people the aduio to energize their water, and checked both their water and their cell-hydration every day.

In the Validation Challenge, I have turned on two and then three DNA capacities… that are needed to reliably perform the task of the challenge.

Where else can you get that?

The 30-day course creation challenge was $100. My challenges are either completely free or you only pay for one capacity’s activation.

In all of the challenges, one person won hands down. And then a second, a third… and only a small percentage didn’t win… turns out the issue the non-winners all have is the same: they can’t remove their self-concern from their visual field, and therefore they can’t grow.

Because all challenges are growth challenges. No exception.

And if you can’t remove the self-concern, you remain vulnerable to it, to what the mind is suggesting, and simply you can’t amount to anything much.

Here is an example, just happened this morning:

I graduated from high school 54 years ago. The class has been meeting every year, but this year, because of covid, they couldn’t. One day they decided to try online. And today we got together. I had self-concern. I like to talk, but everyone talked at the same time. I didn’t have good memories from that high school class: I never really belonged.

My IQ dropped 35 points, and I am still recovering. But I can… although it takes a little time. Self-concern… suddenly present that I am old, that I want to be heard, that I want to do my own thing.

This weekend we’ll look at that again, and attempt to identify and then provide some tools to remove that constant and persistent self-concern, so you can grow.

In this weekend I am running two short workshops, the 3-wishes workshop (Saturday at 4 pm) and the Amish Horse Training Live (Sunday at 2 pm)…

On Saturday you’ll discover your most frequent source of powerlessness… and you’ll know, thereafter, what to name and claim when depression, defeat, resignation hits.

On Sunday we go a step further and look what else your mind is telling you.


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And here is a gift I’d like you to have…

An old speech by Glen Turner… to give you back the spirit… to encourage you…

The audio:

And the transcript:

Two percent of American people control a third of the wealth of this nation, and they’re jerking this thing, and the rest of us are dancing to it because we’ve been brainwashed from the first grade to the college level into believing that we don’t have a chance. That we should get out of college. Get myself a big company until we give our whole life.

I challenge you to take back your mind because you lost it at the age of two when your mothers and your fathers, and your friends and your teachers and your neighbors begin to tell you what you could do and what you couldn’t do. Whatever they told you for the most part you began to accept and believe. Does it surprise you to find out that 95% of the people in this nation and in this world are financial failures at the age of 55? Does it also surprise you to find out that most people are unhappy, dissatisfied with their position and don’t believe in themselves? That they believe in an automobile. That they believe in a house, a car?

Today I’m here to tell you why. Why? It’s real simple. Because we don’t think.

Man is an animal who was put here to rise himself off of his knees by his brain. In the beginning man was like any other animal. He didn’t have any claws to fight with. He didn’t have any brute strength to whip the other animals with. He couldn’t run the fastest. Therefore man had to develop the only thing that could give him control over other animals and that was his mind. So he thought.

What people thought was the least important part of an animal and developed a part that you can’t see and developed it and outsmarted the other animals on the earth. He learned to build his home in a cave, where he had to protect it from the back and from the top from the larger animals. So he began to think. Then in time, millions of years, man did not multiply on earth because he couldn’t think that afar ahead.

So what happened? The population doubled in the 16th Century. Then in the 18th century it jumped another link. We’re becoming unbalanced because we have too many people. And yes, this enormous brain has now quit being developed in the last hundred years or so. It’s been turned into a computer – a computer that’s controlled by other stronger animals, other men. Two percent of American people control a third of the wealth of this nation, and they’re jerking this thing, and the rest of us are dancing to it because we’ve been brainwashed from the first grade to the college level into believing that we don’t have a chance. That we should get out of college. Get myself a big company until we give our whole life. I challenge you to take back your mind because you lost it at the age of two when your mothers and your fathers, and your friends and your teachers and your neighbors begin to tell you what you could do and what you couldn’t do. Whatever they told you for the most part you began to accept and believe. Because the way we’ve been programmed to think is what we produce.

To prove my point, if you’d been born in Russia your thoughts at this very moment for the most part would be that of a communist type person. If you’d been born in a home of poverty, you don’t have but very little confidence. You don’t think you can get up or do anything. If you were born in the home of a millionaire, then if you’re listening they’ll teach you how to play the stock market and how to do this and how to do that and stay up there.

Because the way we’ve been programmed to think is what we produce. The only difference between you and anybody in this world is it has more out of life than you do. Keep in mind that when I talk about success I’m not talking about financial success alone. Everyone doesn’t want that. I’m talking about being the best teacher, the best preacher, the best doctor, the best housewife, the best lawyer, the best of whatever it is you choose.

We sell this course. Do you know what this course is? Do you know what we’re selling you? We’re selling you nothing? We are selling you nothing. All we’re doing is developing what’s already in your mind. Nobody wants to buy nothing and most people think they’re nothing. How can we sell a man himself when he doesn’t think much of himself? He knows about automobiles. That’s important, but you’re not going to get him too easily to invest in nothing.

Who says he’s nothing? Not I. Not himself. His neighbors and friends have told him all his life that he is nothing. People all over the world are sitting around with a brain that’s been lost. It’s shrunk to the size of a pinhead. What’s left is that big gray mass matter that has been turned into a computer. How do you know it’s gray? I’m worth $5,000 a year because that’s what I heard. I’m worth $10,000 because that’s what they claim to be worth.

What does it take to be a success? Using your brain. Not the computer. The computer says, “Oh you can do this. You can’t do that. You can have this. You can’t have that.” There are only two percent that can make a decision today without asking their lawyer, their doctor, their neighbor, their Aunt Nelly or Uncle John or their two-year-old son.

You’re puppets on a string and people are jerking them. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if I could lay my head right on your heads and give you instant belief in yourself? In this day of modern age we have instant disbelief. What does it take to make and instant success? Believing it’ll happen to you. You see that’s the hard part.

Making a million was the easiest thing I ever done. Dreaming it could happen with an eighth grade education was the hard part. That took me 33 years. More people are telling you it won’t work than any business you’re in or any business you want to become great in you are generally right, because most people ain’t going to make it.

Most people who are listening to me today are going to get all jacked up all inspired and three out of four of you that take this course will never do anything with it. It won’t help you a bit because you won’t listen to it. Because you won’t use your brain but you’ll use your computer and every time I put an attitude in yours that’ll make you make it, somebody else will destroy it.

What will it take to become a success? Associating with successful thinking people that say, “I’ll help you.” That’ll encourage you.

I am a man who is willing to work, who’s willing to sweat, who’s willing to fight, who’s willing to never give up, who realized that anybody can make it if he’s willing to get himself an outlook on life that says he can make it in six weeks. You need an adequate source. You need an outlook on life. You need a front. You need a business for yourself if that’s your desire.

At the age of six he’ll tell you you’re the greatest person in the world. At the age of 14 he wonders what happened to you. He understands you griping. He understands that you have no confidence in yourself. He hears you complain about high taxes. He hears you complaining about the neighbors. He hears you explaining the only reason that the road is paved from your house to work is so you won’t see yourself working yourself into a rut. The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth.

What does it take to become a success? Believing in one’s self. I’m telling you, you can have anything you want in this life. That first step is the hardest thing you’ll ever do.

I challenge you to take back your mind because you lost it at the age of two when your mothers and your fathers, and your friends and your teachers and your neighbors begin to tell you what you could do and what you couldn’t do. Whatever they told you for the most part you began to accept and believe.

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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

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