To judge something accurately, you need a lot of skills, spiritual capacities, including seeing the big picture, etc. You need to be able to tell similar things apart. You need to be astute. You need to be able to answer the question “But is he worth a damn?”
As I have said before, if you are a midget you see the knees of people, and you will make your judgments from the knees…
If you judge people to feel better about yourself, or to place yourself above them… you are fooling no one except people who are on the same level as you are, intellectually, spiritually, and in emotional maturity. Continue reading “How reliable is your judgment? Are you judgmental or astute? but is he worth a damn?”
You may be judgmental, and have been trying to change your behavior for a long time, unsuccessfully.
This, trying the change, is a part of a long string of things you are or have been failing at.
The REAL REASON is buried below several layers of justifications, and without getting to the base layer, the foundation of it, you will never be able to change the behavior.
You may be able to change what comes out of your mouth, but not what you think. Inside you still judge, and then pretend the opposite.
Continue reading “Why are people Judgmental? that is only the tip of the iceberg? What is at the base?”
There are two types of students and there are two types of teachers.
Teacher One says: I’ll teach you!
Teacher Two says: I won’t quit until you learned it!
Student One says: I’ll come to your class, I’ll pay for your program and then I’ll try!
Student Two says: I’ll do whatever it takes to make sure I learn it and have it for myself.
This is not limited to learning…
One person says: I’ll try
Another person says: I can do it
The third person says: I’ll do it until it’s done
People who are willing to try are many. Teachers, students, doesn’t matter.
Continue reading “Why you do what you do, and why you don’t do what you don’t do?”
I was on a coaching call this morning. The student feels that he could be more, and that is what brought him to my programs. He raised his vibration from 130 to 200 in six days, and continues to come to the coaching calls.
He would like to own his own business. I recommended that he finds out where he is at, what he is like, so he increases his self-awareness… and finds out what is the reality he is in… I asked him to take the blue pill (the Matrix movie) so he can see the reality, whatever that may be.
Then I gave him a homework to do that with: a few questions to ask his friends, co-workers, family.
Continue reading “Self-Awareness, Self-Knowledge: how do you avoid duping yourself and start growing?”
Do you work on your mind to make it better? You are making the bars of your prison shinier…
One of the activities of the mind that takes you out of the present is comparing. If you are new here, you probably think that I am talking about your brain… but the mind is only a limited function of the brain, the brain is like the world, and the mind is like a room in your house… much smaller, and totally insulated from the world.
In this article, we are going to examine the mind’s behavior that is much like the behavior of a pendulum.
Remember, the more you are able to be out of the mind and in the present, the more intelligent you are able to be… I hope that looks like a value, like a virtue you could go for… And if it does, keep on reading this article.
The 2-year old article I republished yesterday, started talking about the mind-activity: comparing. It dealt with your judgments about people. You judge what they do compared to your standards and ideals about what people should be doing.
Unfortunately, or thankfully, you can’t live up to your own standards and ideals, so you judge yourself too.
Continue reading “Comparing: The Binary, The Pendulum, The Tedium, The Lifeless Life… PRISON BREAK!”