“The only thing worth writing about is the human heart in conflict with itself” said William Faulkner. I agree, even though the language, the vocabulary is imprecise.
The “heart” is one self, and the other self is the precious “I”, the delusional “I”, the lower self.
The conflict, the struggle to make those two selves align, as William Faulkner says, is worth writing about… because it is like a hero’s journey.
I call it “soul correction” because I am firmly rooted in Kabbalah’s view of life. But it is the same thing: bringing the two selves in harmony so they cause synergy that allows living a life worth writing about.
The more details you can see, accurately, interpret accurately, the higher your vibration, and the more results you can produce. We call this astute, and I haven’t been measuring that as a separate measure…
Now, obviously it takes something to be able to be astute…
Tai Lopez, whose 67 steps product I use to teach with… hell, he is not high vibration. Here are his measurements