What is the fastest way to devolve... the greased chute to lose your vibration? To move yourself to the horizontal plane...
- Sometimes I write articles to solve an issue for myself... Tai calls this chess-like assiduity... lol.
- Sometimes I write articles to address and issue one or more clients are dealing with... and help them solve it for themselves. Because, remember, when things don't go well... there is something that you don't know/don't see
- And sometimes I write articles to prevent an issue for a client, and issue that is predictably coming.
This article fits category two and three... Some clients are struggling with an issue the other clients are about to encounter...
The issue is devolving. Greased chute to hell... Not a happy issue, is it?
So, let's get starting.
Continue reading "The greased chute… or what is the fastest way to lose your vibrational frequency?"
The opposite of clarity is best expressed with this statement: "for you: everything is the same as everything else, except that not always..." This is the condition of the current humanity.
Here is another type of brain fog: the too much information type.
The brain can be overwhelmed too... and pulled under.
This is, actually, the state most people are in. Drowning in stuff, that is neither useful, nor needed, nor fun.
One can compare it to a frat party every day. You are encouraged to drink to your fill, then maybe, hopefully vomit and do it again.
Black out, rape someone and don't even remember, lie, cheat, follow the leader. Continue reading "Clarity… the opposite of brain fog – link fixed"
First let me digress... If you search this question of google, you'll find out that not many people even know what this question means, what awareness means... They confuse and collapse consciousness and awareness... It's like they don't know shit from shinola...
OK, back on track: If you went back to your high school class and were given the opportunity to pick one person. And you would get 10% of their earnings for your lifetime. How would you pick? Would you pick yourself?
There are many criteria you can choose by.
According to the 67 steps, the level of awareness is the most telling of how well a person will do in life. Continue reading "What is the level of your awareness? awareness of what’s going on, inside and outside"
I am re-reading Atlas Shrugged.
When the first two times I read it, I knew it was very important, but an essential aspect was missing for me, an aspect I just got a week or so ago.
This aspect, the difference between ambition and desire, that goes, hand in hand, with the other pairs, producer vs second hander, vertical plane existence vs horizontal plane.
In some way also but not 100%, "living a life worth living, the investor mentality" vs. "YOLO, take as much as you can, because tomorrow may not come."
I am a little weepy, please forgive me. It's taken for me a long time to get to this clarity.
It's been only a few days that I have started measuring Ambition as part of my Starting Point Measurements, and I have, so far, had surprises, small and big, pleasant and unpleasant. Continue reading "Beyond the horizontal, ambition, desire… let’s see if we can make it all clear"
In the 67 steps there is a method to make decisions using a calculator.
Nine out of ten students skip it, the one that does it does it shabbily. Students won't do it or won't do it right even after I send them back to do it.
Why? Because the method uses questions that you don't want to ask. Why? Because they upset the apple cart.
I read a book, years ago, by a therapist, for people who can't make a decision to leave or to leave... The one question that no one asked before was: when it was the best: was it really good?
I was in a relationship when I first read that book, so I asked the question and looked. And then looked at every relationship I had ever had. I found that even when it was the best, it wasn't really good... for me. As hard as it was to accept that, I decided that I am not going to live on crumbs any more... I am happiest alone, married to my life-purpose... I left and I have been a lot happier ever since.
A new question is a change in perspective...
Continue reading "Change your perspective… asking questions that upset your status quo"