What do your passwords say about you?
I get to see your password, at least when you sign up. Otherwise they are encrypted, so I can’t read them.
Most of you could be “diagnosed” from your password on my site. You don’t even need my Starting Point Measurements.
Why? How? WTF?
The internet is full of hackers, and they use machines to do their dirty job… so those machines, millions of them, are running 24/7.
You need to protect yourself, your valuable information, your reputation.
So they recommend that you make hard to guess passwords on sites that contain information that you better protect of kiss your money or reputation good bye.
Continue reading “Your password… how it tells me a lot about you”
But this hidden agenda, to profit from every interaction, at your expense is not limited to the internet, it is just easier to see the dynamic there. It is harder to see it in person to person interactions, with every single person you interact with, or in books, articles, organizations, charity, politics, or people and their pets.
And it is hardest to see in yourself.
I am not condemning it: it seems that “desire for the self alone” is having a new renaissance, and you either don’t notice it, or are in a conspiracy for “I won’t tell on you, if you won’t tell on me.”
I am a person who is well trained to help people create a context for their lives, for their relationships, for their businesses… a context, words, a speaking that sells the attractive part (bait) and hides the sinister. It is a misuse of my training and talent, but it is a possible use.
You want what you want however you can get it, but you want to appear saintly, or generous, or appear working towards something that is bigger than yourself.
Continue reading “Almost everything you find on the internet has hidden agendas”
I just had a revelation: we want the people around us to NEVER tell us what we do wrong, funny, that we snore, that we have bad breath, that we are bloated, etc. etc. etc.
We pick people who will never say anything like that to us, so we don’t have to deal with it. Including coaches and teachers and gurus that you pay…
But… but at the same time we pretend that we want to be better, that we want blah blah blah.
B.S. and we know it.
So we are so far divided inside, that we can’t be alone, can’t look in the mirror, because we can’t stand ourselves.
Continue reading “You are not perfect. Now what?”
Most of the things that make sense are wrong: optimism, hope, big desires, motivation…
It’s the last day of 2014, and there is an undue optimism in the air. A stranger even said hello to me in the street…
Even more than at the beginning of spring… the calendar is telling you that hopefully 2015 will be different.
You will lose the weight, you will find the job of your dreams, you will get out of debt, you will start that business, you will find the love of your life. Continue reading “Happy New Year… just please don’t be optimistic. Optimism is a delusion”
I’ll do this workshop until I am satisfied that the method the way I teach it works…
We had results across the board: some came away moved to tears, some came away and quit coaching… Why? It brings up what you have been desperately trying to hide.
I’ll do the course and refine it and tweak it and mold it, until it works for every participant. Why? I like challenges, and I definitely finish what I start… lol.
When stuff happens, you go to fear, anxiety, trepidation, anger, frustration… you lose your power. This article is about how to pull back your powers with the correct use of correct language… It is not affirmation, afformations, positive thinking, visualization, etc… those, in my experience, have no real effect, they only have pseudo effect. Continue reading “Instant Coherence… a workshop”
Summary: As an empath I have access to “stuff” that “normal” humans don’t… like where do you feel greed, or what are the component feelings of greed. What happens when you say “I lay in bed” instead of saying “I lie in bed” etc. This article is specifically about greed and its “mind” component, wrong
When I ask anyone if they are interested in being powerful, producing results, etc. I haven’t found anyone who could honestly say no.
We want to be effective in life, after all when you are not effective, then you are either a nincompoop or a wretch or both.
At the same time we say that, we are unaware that our favorite way of “empowering” ourselves leads to the exact opposite.
Continue reading “The myth of “wrong” and its relationship to greed”