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Google Podcasts | Email | This morning something pulled me back to bed after I got up.
I considered it guidance, and I got back to bed.
What came next was amazing: trips down memory lane, all centering around mental illness, mental stability, your
TLB, and what was in common among the many people I remember so clearly, people I spent time with in mental institutions.
empath, other people’s feelings, emotions tend to tug at me. today 99% of what I feel is not mine… But before I became conscious, before I started to climb the consciousness tree, 30% of the feelings I felt were mine. I also had a lot more voices in my head… all talking at the same time.
The only reason I know, with 20/20 hindsight, that I was hospitalized not for what I felt, is that none of the medication worked… I wasn’t the person who was crazy, I just felt the craziness of others.
My theory of mental illness has always been that it is an escape… a hiding place.
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Google Podcasts | Email | Oscar Wilde wrote, ‘ …one has to choose between living one’s own life, fully, entirely, completely—or dragging out some false, shallow, degrading existence that the world in its hypocrisy demands.‘ The world demands that you always try to be the smartest person in the room…
I saw something today that can be important to for you to learn, because I don’t think you know. It is against everything you have ever thought…
Because it comes from intelligence, not from smart.
Being the stupidest person in the room is the most intelligent move you can ever make… Continue reading “Why you want to be the stupidest person in the room”
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Google Podcasts | Email | Is T. Harv Eker a better teacher than me? Will you make money like him if you do his courses?
Yesterday I watched T. Harv Eker’s ‘Don’t Believe A Thought You Think’ presentation yesterday. He is funny, he knows how to teach.
He was spectacular. Everything he taught was taught well, and yet his presentation’s
truth value was only 50%. It seems it is not only how you teach but WHAT you teach that will matter in the end.
Only? Most things on the market clock in at 10% or lower truth value. And yet, 50% means that 50% wasn’t true.
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Google Podcasts | Email | I am in the middle of the Water Energizing Challenge, and that gives me an unprecedented insight into people I didn’t want… 🙁
I am seeing something I didn’t expect, but that is what I am getting: stinginess.
Holding back, dealing thing out in thimbles instead of buckets, love, work, faith, service, energy, everything. For one’s own self, and for others, for life.
Result: No abundance.
Abundance is the opposite of stinginess. Abundance means abandon, flowing, largeness… there is more where that came from. Energy, love, effort, faith… joy!
Even how you laugh: hahaha… but I hear you holding back. Scarcity shows in every movement, everything you do.
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Google Podcasts | Email | What do your emotions and behavior hide?
Your behaviors, your feelings and emotions are the tip of the iceberg, hiding the below water part, your attitudes. Your
attitude to anything…
Here is the exercise: Close your eyes and imagine a bowl of cherries in front of you. It’s all for you. No competition. Or a box of chocolates if that fits you better.
How do you eat your cherries? You reach out and take a cherry, or whatever you have in front of you. Did you take the largest, most ripe cherry? The best of all the chocolates? Did you take the puny little cherry first? The kind of chocolate you don’t really like? Did you just take any of the cherries, without looking if it is big, plump, or puny?
The underlying attitude shows clearly on your behavior.
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Google Podcasts | Email | You have customers. Many. You have “vendor-customer” relationship with them.
It takes intellectual intelligence (the one the IQ tests test) to see this. It has nothing to do with being stingy, or emotionally unevolved.
So let’s have this conversation now to cause a sudden rise in your intelligence, and potentially a sudden rise in your income, your popularity, your street value.
The story behind this knowledge comes from 1991-1992.
I was a student in Werner Erhard and Associates in 1991, when Werner appeared on 60 minutes and consequently had to leave the country, his company, and go into exile.
He sold the company to its employees, and the company faltered.
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Google Podcasts | Email | I just had a ‘conversation’ with a student, where I suggested that she uses ego to support her growth.
From her answers it has become clear that ‘using ego’ is not a commonplace conversation, and that it needs instruction.
Culture condemns ego… as if it were a bad thing.
So let’s see what ego is, and what it isn’t.
Ego is a lot like a kitchen knife: you can use it for good, for useful, or for harm… kill with it. You can also use it to clean it under your nails… somewhat useful, but not the right tool…
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