I have a couple of notebooks in my bed, and I caught a glimpse in one of them: love one day at a time.
It seems that society conspires against the peace that comes from the way of living: society wants you to chase something far away, and while you chase it, make vision boards, mind movies, bombastic declarations, and get caught up in the Desire Trap, which I’d like to rename Wanting Trap.
And although the best things come to you as side effect, not as results of goal setting, although what works in like is taking care of the process, keeping your eye on what you are doing, not concerned with big goals, or the future, most people today are caught up in the Wanting Trap, and live a life of unhappiness, and underachieving. Continue reading “All Goals in Life Are Problematic — Except One”
You want the good life… Creating the good life, health, wealth, love and happiness, will require creativity from you…
The opposite of creativity is timidness.
Creativity is living at risk… Existential courage.
You want to color inside the lines… and get the good life. No chance.
Unless you are willing to shuffle and stir things up, you are among the dead, you are among those timid souls that never know defeat, but never know success either.
Continue reading “Want the good life? Use the Edge effect. Finding your niche where you can win. living life creatively”
I have shared with you my experience as an architect… what ultimately failed me or made me fail… and want to quit.
But I’ll repeat it here, in the wake of a TED talk I just listened to: the tendency of life and formal education to march on leaving you with holes in your understanding, holes in your knowledge.
In the third year of my studies I spent nearly the whole first semester in and out of hospitals, 10 weeks out of the 14 weeks. I manage to get a passing grade, but, looking back now, I would have been better off, had I been forced to repeat that semester a year later.
I had a big hole in my education. I could have had more than one hole… but I had one…
I never had any confidence as an architect that point on. This was in 1969, and I quit the profession in 1988. 19 years of living with inadequacy, impostor syndrome, fear of getting found out. Continue reading “It’s hard but it is not hopeless… Filling the holes in your education”
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By the way, this is exactly how I “dealt with” the tens of spiritual capacities in the past 30 plus years: “chew” on one until I got all the juice out of it.
Spiritual capacities are a lot like a language: with each new one a whole new world, a whole new understanding becomes available. A whole new person. A whole new way of looking at the world.
I’ve read somewhere that schizophrenia and speaking several languages are intimately connected: the new language brings about as much change as if you were had grown a new personality… They probably should have written: multiple personality disorder… Disorder smisorder… Bah.
I am speaking about the miraculous switching ability of perspective, of understanding… the capacity underlying kindness. Where at a moment’s notice the “kind” person moves their perspective to include the place from where the other is speaking. Or in the parlance of the Partnership Course, they can change the field inside which to listen.
Continue reading “I am still working on kindness. And will continue until I get good at it.”
First off: about the Tree of Knowledge.
The purpose of the Tree of Knowledge is to keep you from doing your own assessments, to take ready ideas and swallow them whole. Ultimately the aim of the Tree of Knowledge is to keep you in sheep state.
If you ever visited a mental institution, you have seen the zombie-like patients, that whenever they started to act as people, they were injected with chemicals, to make them comply.
The Tree of Knowledge is the larger than a psychiatric ward solution to the same “problem”. The Tree of Knowledge controls you with words and words that carry emotions.
Easy peasy… Continue reading “Let’s talk about balance: The myth, and reality… and Self that is more important than balance”
I am reading a book, The One Thing. Tai recommended it, so I had been resisting.
But like most of the books Tai recommends, it does have a kernel of gold… Maybe more than one kernel.
One of these is what he says about will power. Quite fascinating and very useful.
He says, that just like glycogen, brain food for thinking, will power uses energy, food, and can be depleted.
I don’t have to rely on will power, because about a year ago I started to reorganize my life to habitually do the things that serve me, and remove the opportunities for doing things that don’t serve me.
It did take will power to establish the habits, but I did it one at a time, and one at a time it was easier to see that the new habits served me. Continue reading “How we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives…”
When I ask a question, either on the phone or on a webinar, I feel where the person I am asking is looking for an answer.
99% of the time the person is looking in their head. As if that were the only place to look.
When I ask people if they ever knew the answer to my question, they don’t hesitate to tell me that no, they had never met the question or the answer. And yet… they look in their mind.
I have had this question for some time: what made me have a high TLB that is getting higher all the time. Because if I knew that, I would be able to teach it.
I didn’t go into my head for it. I knew I didn’t know the answer. In fact, I am probably the first person to ask this question.
I patiently waited for the answer to come to me. Dressed in disguise… but come anyway.
Continue reading “Why when you acknowledge the source of a good thing raises your TLB score?”
One of the 67 steps talks about the acquired attitude in life, called by Martin Seligman: Learned Helplessness.
It is a distinction, and it seems that none of my students have even attempted to observe it, identify it, and recognize it… like the color in the color exercise.
Because nearly everyone has it, and because it is so important to recognize it, recognize it as a learned behavior, not innate, not natural, not coming from the Tree of Life, I am going to do the work here… as a demonstration of what mastering the color exercise can give you. Continue reading “The crucial difference between being flexible and being floppy, or What is the difference between people who grow and people who don’t?”
For those of you who came here just for the numbers: the guy is guided by greed. Dr Eric Berg’s personal vibration is 170, the same as Tai Lopez, cut from the same cloth… and the method depends a lot on your accuracy, as you’ll see. But it is 7% at its best.
I wrote this article when I was 33 pounds heavier, and a lot less happy with my life.
I have, since, advised many clients who, except for two, did really well on my recommendations.
The two made up their own loose interpretation of what I meant, and never actually did what I asked them to do.
Now, I don’t actually care about your weight. I really think you should not either. You should care whether you are well or not. When people get well, they drop all the weight. I have a simple muscle test I do (don’t forget I am an empath and I am connected to Source when I muscle test… so there is a difference between muscle test and muscle test… your garden-variety nutritionist is inaccurate…) Want to know your health number? It is a percentage… 1-100. You can get it for five bucks…
Continue reading “Dr Eric Berg… republished vibrational review”
If you want to enslave a man, the best and fastest way to go about it is to rob the man of his common sense, his guidance system.
Train him to not trust his feelings. In anything. Train him that he can’t trust his feelings. Train him that all decisions should be made by men smarter than him. Train him that he can’t be trusted to made decisions about the education, the health about his children.
Train him by printing on plastic bags that they should not be put in the cradle… because a child may suffocate playing with it… Do this so the man will stop thinking for himself and start relying entirely on thing being given to him chewed and digested.
Give him the religion of positive thinking. Continue reading “If you want to enslave a man, the best and fastest way to go about it is to rob the man of his common sense, his guidance system.”