I offered free gene tree testing in yesterday’s article to people I already know. A lot of people resonated with the misbehaving genes, and wanted to know if their lives are not working, if they are not very happy and successful because of those misbehaving genes.
So I was testing that… Your DNA tree. The genes that should turn on or turn off on their own, but they they didn’t.
The baby genes: Two genes (I call them baby-genes) that are very useful in babyhood that normally turn off at some point to make you responsible for your actions, make you someone who can become self-sufficient and productive in life. These genes normally turn off by school-age… but for many of you one or both didn’t turn off, and the gene(s) ‘on’ left you with a life you don’t love, left you with a self that is hard to love. It left you feeling and acting entitled and thus unable to take the actions necessary to create a life and a self you can love.
The permission gene: Another such gene isn’t on for a baby, because it would make the baby not want to be a baby, not want to remain dependent. I call that the permission gene. At some point in life, around 8-9 the gene should turn on, but for many of you it didn’t or hasn’t. It is a gene that prohibits the child to go too far from the parent, from the safety of the home… but later in life that ‘permission’ is crucial to allow you to be willing and able to explore, do new things, to enjoy life, and to grow yourself and your ‘playground’.
Superstition is (from Wikipedia)A superstition is a belief or practice typically resulting from ignorance or pseudo science, (a misunderstanding of science or false causality), that is mistakenly attributed to fate or magic, perceived supernatural influence, or fear of that which is unknown. It is commonly applied to beliefs and practices surrounding luck, charms[disambiguation needed], astrology, fortune telling, phantoms[disambiguation needed], and certain paranormal entities, particularly the belief that future events can be foretold by specific (apparently) unrelated prior events.
Also, the word superstition is often used to refer to a religion not practiced by the majority of a given society regardless of whether the prevailing religion contains alleged superstitions.
OK. Is Wikipedia 100% true? Normally no… On average the Wikipedia articles have a 60% truth value. On the other hand these above two paragraphs, according to muscle test are 100% true.
So why do I want to talk, suddenly about superstition? Who do I want to ‘knock’ this time? lol…
Everyone wants to be smarter, or if it is too much to ask: wants to look smart.
But why? Because of what? To what end? What would smart get you?
For some people it would help them produce results in whatever they are doing… For others it would get the promise, the mirage of being able to produce results… and they hope that they won’t need to actually produce anything.
Because you only get your rewards, with actual results. In a normal world, in a world where people act rationally. Obviously we don’t quite live in a normal world…
Very few people do what it takes to become someone who can produce.