You have some capacities. Capacities are potentials... Abilities are actualities.
You can activate capacities, you can use them and turn them into epigenetic shifts: abilities, that can be inherited...
The more abilities you have the more power you have.
Power is what it takes to say A and make it happen. Not over some people, but over yourself, over matter.
The way you live, the number of challenges you set for yourself will tell you how much of the power you have you actually use...
Recently I discovered about myself that I want someone to hold my hand to do the things I am not sure how to do. Like in first grade the teacher drew the letters using my hand. But I realized that unless I do it myself, I never learn.
I also realized that I actually know how to do the things I wanted to be helped to do, I just didn't have the self-starter mentality... Once I realized this, I started to do the things I was complaining that I could not do... Very telling.
Guess how much of the power you have that you actually use?
Humans didn't become the peak of evolution because they are weaklings. Humans have a brain uniquely qualified for thinking, reasoning, choosing. For 95% of humanity not to know, or not want to use their brain for thinking, reasoning, choosing, they had to be made weaklings. Humans are meant to be highly adaptable supported by their disproportionately large brain. Individually. That big brain makes you human, that is your strongest point, and that is also what makes you vulnerable.
Each and every human alive today, regardless of their ethnicity, whether they can accept the DNA capacity activations or not, is able to be with a lot of adversity, that you, my dear reader, are not finding yourself capable of.
Everything seems to threaten your ordered little world, and it feels that if you can't fix that threat, it will crack your world and you with it.
When I ask a student about this, either they say they are weak, or they say that they are strong, but their behavior belies a fundamental belief that they are weak, that they think they cannot deal with it.
This is a long article, and a work in progress... I am still working out this whole issue: I guess it is my life's work. So if occasionally I don't make sense, cut me some slack, will you? If I jump around... please just know that eventually I'll say what I need to say, and I'll make sense.
The reason humanity (and your life) looks the way it looks is because you are a coward.
What do I mean by that? Some people know that they are cowards, some people suspect that they may be cowards, but most people don't know and don't give a rat's ass if they are cowards or not.
The "culture" we live in, the mind-meme that is the dominant influencer of our emotions, our actions, our decisions in life says: the most important thing in life is fitting in, taking care of your loved ones, to be loved, to belong.
Sounds so nice, doesn't it? Sounds like that is what will cause our species to survive, that is what is going to cause us to be happy.
Let's examine if it, in fact, contributes to happiness, and to the survival of the species... i.e. if it contributes to personal growth, personal evolution, because any species that its members don't grow or can't grow is declining and dying. Continue reading "What is the most important thing in life?"
Raising your vibration happens through doing things that you wouldn't do without the intention to raise your vibration.
Coaching is making you do what you need to do, but don't want to, that will get you what you desire.
Often any deviation from the normal, the accepted, the habitual, the regular, the easy, the socially acceptable is all you need to open up and allow you to glimpse at dormant capacities. Or alternatively see your need for capacities that you don't have but could start to desire.
I have written in a previous post that I discovered that my hidden identity is "worthless piece of junk = unwanted". I use the word junk, because this expression is a translation from my native Hungarian. In the original the expression is closer to "nothing" than anything, by the way. But in English, I am afraid, that won't communicate. "I am nothing", does it?
From time to time I notice it "informing my mood, informing my actions."
I found a blog that I enjoy reading. The writer of the blog is intelligent, inventive, and although we have a different base world view (he prays, I don't) I like his blog a lot. I researched him this morning. All the pictures on his blog are white folks... turns out he is a good looking Black guy from Florida.
The holidays quickly approaching, this is a very timely topic to deal with: the sarcasm, or sarcastic remarks of the people you meet: instead of holiday cheer, love etc. you need to deal with poison coming through sarcasm. How do you do it? This article will help to look at it differently and save yourself from grief.
I hope you are well.
I'm wondering if you could help me to clarify something?
I'm trying to understand sarcasm.
The Irish people are generally quite sarcastic, it's called 'slagging' here. I think, in general, one is supposed to be able to laugh at himself or answer back in similar manner.
What can you do to personally upgrade to Human Being: magnificent, cutting edge, inclusive? Learn from the Bateleur Eagle...
I stopped in a public library yesterday and got a book, called Upgrade Me, by Brian Clegg.
Here is the "flap" copy: Biologically, human beings haven’t changed in 100,000 years – but thanks to our amazing brains we can upgrade ourselves to add capabilities that took other creatures millions of years to evolve. Thanks to this "unnatural" evolution we are already Human 2.0. In the effort to stay alive, reproduce and make more of brains, we have transformed ourselves. Now with a better understanding of the mechanisms of the body, cloning, gene therapy, bionics, and other technologies, our rate of change is getting ever faster. This process of upgrading is nothing new. It has been around for millennia, and it raises some provocative questions. What will the future hold? Will our drive to upgrade continue to give positive benefits, or will it result in destruction? Where is our evolutionary survival heading? Sure to cause much debate, UPGRADE ME is science journalist Brian Clegg's ambitious and brilliant account of humanity's need to upgrade Continue reading "Are you looking at the world always the same way? It keeps the world the same way!"