All models are wrong, but some are useful. This model is useful.
Robert Fritz, author of the book, The Path of Least Resistance, can offer a lot of information on the topic.
Fritz’s oscillating structures is a model and it is useful.
What no one seems to write about is the big cycles that are hard to see, and even harder to see that you have anything to do with them.
I call this “the machine” and it is time to bring it up again, because so many people are unwittingly pulled into the downward phase of the machine cycle… have gone to hell… and I want to make sure they will come back.
I am going to talk about the machine that runs, under the cover, in the concealed, and runs your life, in every area of life.
Money, well-being, joy, relationships, and spirituality all have cycles, and what you don’t know can kill you there.
Continue reading “Your machine: Cycles, patterns, spiritual path: Life is a circle of repeating changes, rising and falling like the seasons.”
My stunning discovery that my conscious thoughts don’t direct my actions may spell out why you are where you are, and why you can’t move from where you are to where you’d like to be… without energetic support.
Now, truth be told, I should have discovered that fact earlier, after all I have read it, but there is a difference between reading something and nodding, and actually discovering it for yourself.
Here is a below the conscious element, you have if you are a Christian or if your religion is “manifesting” or the Law of Attraction: “If somebody else will do it, you’ll never do it.. why bother, why interfere in fate?”
Here is another one: “I can’t.” And unless you build a below the conscious reality in which you can, in which you are someone who can, it will run your life, no matter what affirmations, what mind-movies you expose your conscious mind to… because this is how it works.
The difference is the difference between Tree of Knowledge and Tree of Life… mind stuff, and personal truth.
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Every single human (and to a certain degree lots of animals) has automatic ways of being, that could be called a machine, because their behavior is predictable, it is machine-like. Push a button and outcomes the same result, every time.
Every person I know is, more or less, an emotional wreck… a thinly disguised heap of upsets, fears, anxieties, and other very unpleasant feelings. As an empath I see the disguise and feel the truth.
The gap between what you’d like to be, calm, collected, smart, graceful, close, intimate, effective, important, creative, productive, etc. and the reality, the truth: you are bogged down by bad feelings, bad thoughts, doubts, insecurities, fears… stuck, stuck, stuck. In survival mode alternating with sudden bursts of inspiration, hope, etc.
The people who visit this site can be divided to two distinct groups:
Continue reading “You live in a machine and you feed the machine, unwittingly”
This is the second part of this series about the pebble in your shoe… The one that cramps your style, spoils your efforts, and leaves you with less than you started, no results, no joy, no satisfaction.
So what is the pebble? Here is my definition, the result of a lot of looking, pondering… The Pebble is what you take as self-evident, therefore it’s invisible for you: it’s the concealed switch of the machine that you are…
It is what Ayn Rand refers to in Atlas Shrugged… Contradictions do not exist. Whenever you think you are facing a contradiction, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong.
“Check your premises” is an injunction that runs as a subtheme through Ayn Rand’s novel Atlas Shrugged , and it is a phrase that seems to be growing more pertinent every day. The meaning of the phrase is this: If you seem to be confronting a contradiction, then at least one of your relevant beliefs is false
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