Obviously, if this is true, then it’s true about every area of life… money, your health, your spirituality, your relationships, becoming a person you can like.
But how do you find out what it is that you don’t know… that if you knew that it would make a difference?
That is the question.
Many of those answers are on my blog but you have been only scanning… which means you are only interested in what you already know. Your life stays the same, and I am wasting my life, wasting my breath.
One of the major things that you don’t know is that you don’t pay attention…
I read a book three times before I consider it read… and in between I ponder it for days. Not every book is worth pondering: if it isn’t, I won’t read it. Anything that makes me nod is not worth my time.
I had a conversation with a client today, and it was infuriating. He was a typical American, raised on positive thinking, positive expectations, full of himself.
For the first time ever I could see, not just hear or feel, but see how he found something that his mind connected to, and then he didn’t hear a word more, instead started to speak.
And although he is an exaggerated example, you are just like him.
You listen through the mind, and everything that doesn’t fit you won’t even hear. Or in the case of my blog, you won’t see.
Everything that you know that you don’t know is worthless, because it is ALMOST never the thing that you think you don’t know. That is why “normal” coaches, “normal” counselors are doing you a disservice when they answer your questions. Your questions come from what you know that you don’t know. There is nothing really valuable there for you.
The answers you get to questions you would not even think to answer, that bring a sudden insight, maybe even “upsight” that transform the non-working area to working.
I assert that your understanding of what I teach, the amazing powerhouse of a discipline, is below 10%, approaching nul.
Where am I looking to say this? In your results. In your comments. In your vibration.
There are exceptions, of course… so I have a good sample to compare what it looks like when you get something and what it looks like when you got nothing.
Here is the bad news: reading more articles, coming to more webinars, buying more remedies or activators without changing where you listen from is a waste of your time, and a waste of your money.
Until you get into the habit to double take, triple take what you read or hear, and actually start to hear it not as something that nicely rounds out what you already know, or not as something that you agree with, or disagree with, but something that shows up for you as a new way of looking at the world and yourself, no quantity will make a difference.
I am writing a book on getting your life in harmony with your body. This will be my first attempt in 15 years to reach people and not ask them to listen with their intelligence. I will talk to their minds… if that is all they have to offer.
And I may just close this blog as something that failed.
I hate to be so dramatic, but this may be good bye.
Please read the footnotes.
If we put all that could be known in the Universe into a pie chart, a circle, then a small slice of that would be everything that you know and you know that you know it: KK Then there would be another slice that would be everything that you know that you don’t know: KDK
Then if we want to be very detailed, there would be a slice of stuff that you don’t know that you know: DKK and another slice that you know wrong DKW.
The rest, about 99% of the pie chart is what you don’t know that you don’t know. DKDK. All the power comes from there, but you can’t get to it with questions. Not at all… or not with normal questions.
Some questions, like: what is my attitude right now? or what is my agenda? or what am I prejudiced about? the kinds of questions that are taking us to our BLIND SPOTS, you need to LEARN to ask.