I love watching movies, I love reading, I am a half introvert half extrovert person.
I have met someone (Ben Settle) with similar personality, to adopt as a teacher. I start my day with reading his email. And I always find some way to become bigger from it.
On some level, in some aspect, you need to be the same as your teacher, or you won't let them get through to you... My parents were both so different from me, that I learned only two sentences worth from them, both from my father.
One of his teaching was a sentence that I misunderstood for at least 50 years... until I got what he meant.
The myth that if you are better than the average, if you are better than the other guy/gal then you are OK...
If you knew how others view you, if you knew how you rank as a human... really, you'd be up in arms, shouting "bloody murder!" because you are delusional. You can't see the other, you can't see yourself, and you definitely can't see yourself the way others see you... so any and all negative feedback is a surprise and an insult.
But if you are comparing yourself to another 99 percenter... whether they are average, below average, or above average, you are comparing yourself to something irrelevant...
Scientists, statisticians say humanity and its characteristics, intelligence, achievement, health, etc. can be described with the bell curve, where they focus on the average...
But if you ask anyone if they want to be average, they mostly say no... and they fancy themselves as above average.
Your identity, the things you are known for, your typical behavior have all been fixes... solution to some perceived problem and now you are like a puppet on a string... powerless, inauthentic, and incapable of being happy, peaceful, joyful, and fulfilled.
Witnessing is noticing. Noticing is giving value. Giving value is appreciation... The word comes from precious: valuable.
So witnessing is giving value.
Why does something needs to be given value?
Because just like nothing is wrong in reality, nothing has value either. Value is always in the eyes of the beholder, value is given. Individually. You give value to something you got: you got something valuable.
Most people don't know this, and therefore never acknowledge the value they got... if they got any value.
From time to time I watch an animated feature movie on Netflix.
Those movies have the most clues for inner world patterns of all the movies... even though they are clearly designed to distribute memes... to train the next generation to become sheep.
But the artists that make the movies unwittingly, or defiantly, place some fundamental guidance and truth in those movies.
So it is with this little movie: Leap. (In other languages it is called the Ballerina)
It's about a little orphan girl who lives in an orphanage, but dreams about becoming a dancer... a ballet dancer. She escapes the orphanage and goes to Paris to enroll in the famed ballet institute... to fulfill on her dream.
Through unpredictable events, she does... and though she can't dance... a cleaning lady she finds turns out to be an ex famous dancer, until an accident made her an cripple. And she will become her mentor.
When you think you are an insomniac... or when you are always tired and you suspect your sleep has issues, what "scientists" do is hook you up to "feelers" to see to what degree reality matches your experience.
I have heard of people who have sleep apnea and wake up hundreds of times a night, just enough to start breathing again. Their consciousness records it... but their conscious awareness doesn't
Consciousness and conscious awareness are not the same. Not even close.
In fact consciousness is not related to conscious awareness... it would be more appropriate to call it The observer, or The Witness.
How would you know?
Now that enough of you are using the consciousness wakeup audio, the Big Bundle (stupid name, isn't it?) and consciousness instruct your unconscious awareness, whatever that is, to do repairs... do you actually know about any of it?