What are the questions that awaken and pull things to yourself to become cause? To get access to your personal power?
Agreement 1: Be Impeccable With Your Word: question: was I impeccable with my word? Agreement 2: Don’t Take Anything Personally: question: did I take something personally? Agreement 3: Don’t Make Assumptions. question: did I make an assumption? Agreement 4: Always Do Your Best. question: did I do my best?
more questions to ask:
What could I be responsible for to get access to power?
Yesterday one of my long time students surprised me with sending me a ‘meme’ that had a quote from one of my articles.
No coincidences in the world… if you have a wide enough cone of vision you’ll know that.
We’ll explore the drama that is hidden in this sentence. Because there is drama, oftentimes tragedy there.
Sidenote: As I was looking for suitable images for this article, I was struck by the overwhelming confusion about intelligence, the brain’s role in it, meditation, and brain exercises. Most of what is written is horsh!t… truth value: 0%.
1. So I’ll being with the word coincidence… coincidence means two things happen that are not connected… (a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection.)
Someone is born on 9/11… the same day airplanes are flown into buildings… and people die. The two events are not connected.
OK, my intention is to teach you to become intelligent… Lots of people will teach you stuff that is going to help you to regurgitate stuff, look good and smart to others, but is otherwise useless… for life.
So I am really only interested in making you intelligent. And so that you know: intelligence is 70% physical, and only 30% mental. You don’t learn it through mental means: you learn it through being in intimate touch with your physical self, and I am not talking about muscles, and athleticity, I am talking about everything physical, including all the senses, hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting and touching.
Tai Lopez uses an analogy that really talks to me. He says that we need to be like a soup. Our knowledge, our lives needs to be like good soup.
What does it mean to be a good soup?
You can’t make a good soup with just a few ingredients. You need a lot of ingredients to make a soup that you don’t have to make edible by crumbling crackers into it, or bread.
Some poor man’s soups, onion soup, garlic soup, ‘rue’soup in Hungary, are so uninteresting that you can’t eat it without putting bread in them. The versions with poached egg, cheese melted on top, etc. are the restaurant versions of the same soups… but the soup itself is a poor man’s soup. Poor as in not having much to give. Continue reading “How to become whole and complete? Like good soup…”