When you reach a certain level of freedom inside your machine, you have the presence of mind to pay attention to a lot more than now.
And I am in a growth spurt... a lot more of MY machine, and THE machine got distinguished in the last few days, due to workshops and private conversations. I went from 50% free to 70% free in these few days.
I am noticing marked difference in the way people of different religious, geographical, or ethnic background perform in my courses. Also I see marked difference between island people and continent people.
This is due to social evolution differences, they are not individual.
One area of difference is this: some are interested. Some are committed... or on the way to become committed. Some will never be committed.
What is the difference between being interested and being committed?
The story of the chicken and the pig comes to mind. They want to invite the other animals to a brunch, and want to serve ham and eggs. In that endeavor the chicken is interested, the pig is committed.
The pig has to give up something of himself. It needs to cut deep into his thigh... for the ham.
Vishen Lakhiani is the owner of MindValley... a huge company promoting gurus and their programs.
The original article was to promote his webinar workshop on becoming limitless, on October 13. The webinar's job is to promote their continuity, i.e. subscription to the $29 a month Mindvalley Academy.
Because so many people are interested in becoming limitless, or at least happier, I am going to review the article... I can't review the webinar, or something I haven't happened... but I can look at the person and his work any time, and make bold assertions to their results.
One thing that will clue me in is the truthfulness of this article... or the lack of truthfulness. I don't mean honesty, by the way. I mean: are the principles valid? Do the methods produce the results he claims they produce? Is the thinking correct?
This may take me days... I just hope I won't miss the deadline.
So, here is the article by Vishen Lakhiani:
The 5 Stages Of Consciousness Evolution: Where Would You Stand Today?