Can context be cause?
This question doesn't sound like it could make much sense, does it? But when you find out what it means, you'll be thrilled to know that it is the panacea, the cure for most of what ails us.
The Second Phase Activators Course just finished on Sunday, and I am working on the next course. Making decisions, creating some new stuff. And a big change: I will not allow everyone to sign up, just because they want to be in it.
There are some current students who, because of their attitude, lag behind. This creates tension in the group: I spend more time trying to unstuck the unwilling or lazy ones than actually teaching stuff. (The main unwilling attitudes 'it's good enough for me the way it is,' 'why rock the boat,' or belligerence or even hostility/resistance are the attitudes I have been experiencing and won't tolerate in my next courses.
These people also don't have a big enough desire to change or even to experiment, and change and experimenting are mandatory if you want to create a shift in your life to the better.)
I also needed to create changes in MY attitude to be able to believe that I can pick and choose who I want to teach. That is a long shot from where I started: accepting anyone who was willing.
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