In this article I am using an example in which we are starting a new business with the Kaizen 1 way... a business that is going to succeed and more importantly, where growing it causes the owner of the business to grow into the kind of person who can... can make a lot of money, can sustain growth, can have it all... can build a life worth living.
So, this article will be about change, or better said the art of change.
Change is scary, mainly because it is a disruption. And it also requires one to know what to do, when to do it, and how to do it.
I have been pretty dumbfounded lately by my findings. As you know I use muscletesting while connected to Source to glean insights into things...
It has given me the "Forest Whitaker eye" lol.
Here are a few examples:
1. I have already shared that it took me testing 20 pages of Turmeric products to find one that tested yes. Price, label, manufacturer, story didn't matter... and when I actually bought it and used it, the results were miraculous. Beyond my wildest expectations.But what was wrong with the rest?
2. I had the same experience with Potassium, which I need almost daily... And in the end I bought one that works.What is wrong with the rest of them?
3. Sulphur... edible sulphur, a main component of bones...
4. Egg shells... this was really just out of curiosity: I am making my own egg shell capsules from the eggs I have used.
I am thinking of selling them... what do you think? Best calcium ever, but it's a lot of work to prepare the egg shells...
Ultimately there is one thing in common among the emotional responses: disappointment.
A lot of people think that their numbers, their vibration should be higher. Why? Because they are good people. Because they are charitable, kind, nice, don't kill puppies, and volunteer... whatever b.s. is considered high vibration nowadays.
But the vibration number shows one thing and one thing only: how much your behavior is informed by reality and how much is informed by b.s., rules, myths, ideas, that ignore reality.
Desire is a mental energy. It is impossible to desire something you have not imagined or seen. So desire is comparing an image of something and the way it is, and that gap is what is called desire.
Now, desire has this imagination element, that shows the object of desire, the finished "product" as if it were already there. And therein lies the mischief.
The path from the present moment to the ready is long and arduous, unless it is as easy as making a cup of coffee... when you have coffee, water, and a coffee maker.
But most things are not simple, and only happen over time.
Here is an example:
A few years ago I started to provide water for the birds. I live on the edge of a small wild woods... a few acres on the side of a hill that is too steep to build on. We have deer, skunks, racoon, badger, lots of squirrels, and a ton of birds. Continue reading "More about Desire and Ambition…"
I spent yesterday reading the novel the 1997 Dutch film (Character) was based upon. Of course they changed a few things, and the film left me in deep quandary. The title didn't make sense. The whole dynamic didn't make sense. So I read the book.
Most movies' ending is clear... this is probably only the second movie that left me with questions: WTF just happened? The other movie is the 2002 Chinese movie "Together".
Anyway, I read the Character book. It was written in 1938.
I did learn what the title was about. And I learned a lot more.
One of the issues you may deal with is the result of widespread misinformation. It's been around for thousands of years, and it is as damaging as any mass-distributed toxin, maybe even more. Why? Because your body can't manufacture antibodies against it.
The idea of instant healing, instant transformation, instant transfiguration is what I am talking about.
That idea makes you think that you can get from A to Z in one fell swoop 1
Life doesn't work that way. Life is based on principles, one of them is the Principle of Process.