Your vibration, your creativity, your truth value all depends on your cone of vision... But until you see that you have a narrow cone of vision, that you look at things with narrow cone of vision, or a narrow filter, you won't want to make it wider.
Wide cone of vision means inclusive... narrow cone of vision is exclusive... exclusive of areas that you KNOW don't matter, don't belong, or you don't like them. Exclusive because you KNOW the answer...
The most exciting insights first show up in the corner of your eyes... Which means they are literally outside of your cone of vision.
How Many Different Ways Do You Know Your Mind Keep You Trapped In A Dead End Loop Of Activity?
I've told you about me, finally, awakening that there is a mosquito invasion in every window of my duplex.
So I've researched for ways to get rid of the mosquitoes that doesn't involve chemicals, doesn't involve flame throwers, and expensive carbon monoxide machines.
One recipe called for brown sugar. I have never bought brown sugar, and I didn't feel good buying a pound of brown sugar for the mosquitoes... but I remembered that I had some black-strap molasses in my kitchen cabinets. After all brown sugar is not perfectly cleaned sugar... mostly they just mix the white sugar with some molasses... I can do that.
The mosquitoes love the molasses. They buzz above them, and then they go too close and the sticky gooey molasses trap them. They move around but can't get out.
This reminds me that we could talk about the morass: the mind's way to keep you trapped in useless servitude so you can't move forward.
The question in the title is as vague as a question can be vague...
But it is still a good question.
If you look at yourself, you, I bet, knew what the question was, even though none of the words are clear, and mean one and specific, discrete thing... at all.
This is one of the reasons your accurate vocabulary measure is so low, in the Starting Point Measurements. You think you know what words mean... and you don't even suspect that they don't mean that... 1
OK, I am not going to take the question apart, you can do it in your own time, instead I'll attempt to make the question clear... accurate... one-meaning.
If you change your inner world, what you honor, what you value and in what order: will that effect the outside world, other people's behavior, people who aren't even aware of you?
We all have a need to fulfill others expectations of us, and also some of us have the need to fulfill our own expectations of ourselves.
Now, what if someone says something about you, or something that you like, find important, says something that conflicts with what you think about yourself, your self-image? Your "I" you consider your Self. (it isn't... by the way)
If you wanted to change... if you actually wanted to change... so your life can change too... where would you make the change?
I just had a conversation with one of my students who shows promise to be able to change.
The conversation was about how to behave, what to do when you notice mistakes, mistakes YOU make.
Mistakes are like the fruit on the fruit bearing tree. Symptoms. Show what kind of tree you have...
On a side note: where do I look when I assess who will change and who will not?
I will look at two places:
1. do they argue or offer explanations or excuses when they get feedback from me. Argument, explanations, and excuses are the sign of a foolish person who won't take feedback, and either won't change, or will do it to either curry approval from you, or to prove you wrong.
2. An immediate testing tool is the 5-question exercise. If they do it, that is a very good sign that they will be willing to change.
OK. I just spent about an hour destroying my vibration...
What I am willing to do for you?!
OK, what the f... happened, right?
I got an email from Bill Harris of Holosync fame. The email is about a system that promises to activate your youngifying genes... your metabolically active tissues (????) and it takes only 60 minutes a week... short bursts of workout.
I don't like Bill Harris. I don't trust Bill Harris. 1Here is Bill's email...
Here's something for you if you're struggling to lose weight, based on some quite interesting new research.
I keep up on the latest information regarding diet, health, and exercise, mainly because...
This is continuing the theme I started in my last post, looking at your life and priorities. This is a politically incorrect article... The footnotes are really important in this article, don't miss them.
Let's take a near posthumous look at your life... so you can see what was important, and do it while you still have time.
If you are afraid of death: this is especially for you. 1
Someone who lives fully and does what is important to them, isn't afraid of death. They weren't afraid of life, they aren't afraid of death. That doesn't mean they want to die... they are just not driven to panic by the sight of an life that never happened.
Yesterday I spoke about wanting to get my work out... but upon further examination, I realized that I fell for the cultural, societal mumbo jumbo, that is designed to have you be unfulfilled, and lose your self interest.