It’s all in a day’s work… what does it mean?

3 years oldWhat's the invisible dynamic that makes "It's all in a day's work" so transformative?

I have a different relationship to work than most people.

People at large want to do what they want to do, and don't want to do what they don't want to do. An attitude, a behavior, a maturity level of a 3-year old.

It is the level where most people got stuck, and now they are unhappy, because the world doesn't respect their wishes, their rules, their "right"... so they are angry, pissed, reluctant, belligerent, feel slighted, lazy, stupid, clueless... whatever it takes to avoid playing life at life's terms.

It's easier to see it on misbehaving 6 year olds, than on adults... but it's there. Continue reading "It’s all in a day’s work… what does it mean?"

Why you can’t see, don’t see value…

you can't abort what you can't catchYou can't catch what you don't see

Gratitude is a capacity. You can't fake it, like you can't fake riding a bicycle.
Appreciation is another capacity.

Appreciation means: seeing value. Gratitude means: acknowledging value.

There are three levels of values:

  1. Cultural or systemic values. 80% of people see those. They are different culture by culture. But most of them are universal... meaning they are in all cultures... These values are binary, like an on/off switch.These are the "two drawers" the book The Art of Hunting Humans talks about, loser/winner, sad/happy, good/bad, useful/useless, smart/stupid, right/wrong, etc.
  2. The second tear is the value, extrinsic value, the use value humans place on things: they are personal values, mostly... They are closer to what people pay for, with money or reciprocation: tasty (food), a nice conversation (companionship), useful, interesting, beneficial, etc.A bowl of soup, a wedding ring, a Thanksgiving dinner, a nice conversation...Anything will have, albeit not acknowledged, not noticed value on all three levels.
  3. The third level is the godlike level, the intrinsic level, and most people don't notice it, don't value it, don't provide it... Even if they know the words... but they are like appreciation: you can say the word as much as you want, the word does not create appreciation, the capacity creates the being.The capacity of appreciation is, like everything in reality, can be expressed in percentages... capacity not on is zero, fully open is 100.

It is one thing to appreciate the obvious, and quite another thing to appreciate what is not obvious... because in the moment it is not visible yet where the value is, or it doesn't FEEL GOOD...

Too much, too strong focusing on systemic value robs a person of their ability to have spiritual, third level, godlike capacities: generosity, love, enthusiasm, creativity, intuitive, etc. Continue reading "Why you can’t see, don’t see value…"

Removing Barriers to you being all-you-can-be is the game

the subtle art ofI just read an excerpt of Mark Manson's (vibration: 260) book, about the path to growing... The art of not giving a f*ck

Even the brief is worth reading...

Some people write better than me. Some people find solutions faster than me. Some people can teach ME things... Baah, right?

What Manson says is the essence of the Michelangelo Method of growing.

You remove everything that doesn't work, everything that is not you, everything that doesn't support you in living life you love and living it powerfully.

But the sticky part of this process is telling the truth about having been wrong.

One of my students was honest about it, and said, somewhere, I can't find it now, that she gets upset and angry every time life or another person shows her that she is wrong, or she has been wrong.

Manson says Continue reading "Removing Barriers to you being all-you-can-be is the game"

Only fools think they can get heat from a cold stove…

ringI put all my knowledge into my articles. I hold nothing back. I am not afraid that it cheapens my brand, that the knowledge will be, suddenly had by everyone, and I'll have nothing to sell.

Why?

I read articles on other sites, and they are quite inane, with a nugget of gold here and there, but even that nugget is rare. And hidden.

When I realized that I was in the marketing and selling business in 1998, 21 years ago, I was in for a long and very slowly rising learning curve.

I bought courses, in-person, online, and most courses, if I could glean a nugget, I was lucky. Most courses I didn't glean any knowledge. Why? Am I stupid? No. What was wrong with me that I spent tens of thousands of dollars and didn't get the results I paid for?

I think I was one of those fools who think that they can get heat from a cold stove. Continue reading "Only fools think they can get heat from a cold stove…"

Small thinking always indicates a small life, small opportunities, low vibration.

judgment is like looking in a mirrorBut it's so "normal" to be a small thinker, that many people think they are big thinkers because they have big pie-in-the-sky desires.

What is a pie-in-the-sky desire? It is an end goal to which there is no ladder and there is no intention to build one.

One of the things I measure in the Starting Point Measurements is the size of your desire vs. the size of your ambition.

People with sky high desire entertain pie in the sky goals.

The easiest "test" to find out is to ask them to do the skill-finder process from the book "What Color is Your ParachutE" that has been published, I guess, for 50 years? OK... I just checked, for 49 years. Continue reading "Small thinking always indicates a small life, small opportunities, low vibration."

Longevity, extend your life… a sexy topic for most, a must for me

agingI am noticing that longevity is attracting a lot of "clicks" on Youtube.

As I was looking for pictures, I found another dude, British, long beard... Aubrey de Grey... who approaches aging more the way we do here... so I'll show his TED talk he gave in my favorite city, Budapest, Hungary, where I was born.

He looks at aging as a side effect of living, and his approach to longevity is to work with the side effects, and one by one beat them.

It's going to take a lot of medication, and hoopla... before this can even be working on humans... but the idea is sound, so here is his TED talk. (Truth value: 20%)

You'll see, that there is this other approach... focusing on extending. This one has one sound idea: stressing the system so it needs Consciousness to wake up. Continue reading "Longevity, extend your life… a sexy topic for most, a must for me"

Are you running on empty?

running on empty,depleted I have been looking at the state of your adrenals to decide and see, not so much into your experience... but your experience matters.

Are you running on empty? By the middle of the day, by Thursday you are ready for the bed or the weekend respectively.

The other day, while leading a workshop, one of the students said something, and I started to laugh uncontrollably. I laughed for minutes, it seemed, and could not stop for a long time. I wept more from laughing than most people cry from sadness, lol.

I have been observing myself the past week or so, and my joy of life, my satisfaction level, my experience of being alive has been going down steadily with every passing day. Yesterday I got close to the breaking point.

I was exhausted. So I thought that I needed rest. Or some food... But then I muscle tested myself and it said I was not tired. I was running on empty. I was depleted... I AM depleted.

I measured my health measurements, and all dropped, some dropped so far, I saw that I undid almost 2 months worth of healing in just one week. Continue reading "Are you running on empty?"

Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while… but a fat girl can only smell the sweets

even a blind squirrel but a fat girl onlyI am observing, I am witnessing the conversation in my discussion group. Great market research! lol. I find out what people don't know. What people don't understand.

One of the differences between animals and humans is humans' arrogance.

When you watch animals, the parents, the elders, teach the young ones all that is teachable. Otherwise their species would die out: there is a lot to know to be safe, to live long enough to create offspring themselves and contribute to the survival of their species.

Humans are attempting to do the same, but never tell their offspring, never told you, that the purpose of education is to know what the generations before yours discovered for themselves, so you can stand on their shoulders and not have to discover all that, again, the hard way. Continue reading "Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while… but a fat girl can only smell the sweets"

“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

I honestly believe it is better to know nothing than to know what ain’t soI honestly believe it is better to know nothing than to know what ain’t so

Key principles and processes that you misunderstand about your body and health

I think I have to teach a little biology to correct the misconceptions, misinformation, ignorance, and to add the accurate meaning of words... words you think you understand and you don't.

If your accurate vocabulary isn't in the many thousands range in your Starting Point Measurements, consider that you don't understand clearly and accurately about 90% or more of the words that are needed for your life, your work, your health, your relationships with others, with Life, with Source.

So this little article is to remedy that issue in the area of eating... Biology.

  • 1. What are carbs? What organ is crucial to digesting carbs? What happens if you eat too much of it?
  • 2. What are proteins? What organ is crucial to digesting carbs? What happens if you eat too much of it?

Continue reading "“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”"

The battle to death of the virtues and the vices…

  • aristotele's golden meanI have been reading articles, studies, even books to get more effective at teaching you. Yesterday I learned some new words for my accurate vocabulary:
  • intellectual virtues/intellectual vices
  • character virtues/character vices
  • physical virtues/physical vices

In my field... self-evolution, self-improvement, self-growth, one of the things I am seeing makes my stomach turn: a widespread phenomenon of being a Milque Toast... i.e. squeamish, i.e. looking only at the bright side of things.

If you tell someone a thousands things to be, VIRTUES, and they manage to be that way, you can raise their numbers, consciousness, vibration, etc. maybe 10%. ugh... very ineffective. Continue reading "The battle to death of the virtues and the vices…"