What do mad scientists do? And why are they considered mad?
Mad scientists go beyond the obvious. They go beyond the visible. They go beyond the socially accepted map of reality, that is obviously faulty.
They are mad because they don't care if they fit in. In their world, in my world, you are mad if you want to fit in.
Fitting in means dumb, superficial, gullible, manipulable, ignorant, sick, tired, and aimless.
So your reason to be here is all caused by what you find most important: to fit in.
Humans have this big brain, and they never bother to learn how to use it. Continue reading "How is your brain like a guitar? The American Idol syndrome… are you the victim of it?"
Your Bach Profile... a tool for abundance
The first question everyone who actually wants to grow, raise their vibration, and stop being sick, dumb, and poor asks: so what do I do first?
Of course this is a good question... but until this week I really didn't have a reliable answer. I didn't have a good answer. I actually didn't know...
But this week this is opening up, and I have been able to see some answers.
Of course when I have a chance to spend an hour or two with you, I rarely have a problem... but I rarely spend an hour or two with a complete beginner, unless they need a health consultation.
But my newly re-discovered tool, the Bach Profile is proving to be invaluable.
Continue reading "What should you work on to raise your vibration?"
Your tendency is to remember the story. Not what happened but your story. And to tell the story in a predictable manner... always the same way, always showing you in the same role, the same exact way.
A story is a narrative of reality. It talks from one particular vantage point, and therefore it is distorted. Always. Inherently so.
Your tendency is to remember the story in a way that agrees with your soul correction.
Soul correction, it could be said, is this slant of reality that lets you get away with murder, lies, laziness, blaming, simply said: being less than giving your best.
My story can be summed up with three elements: a hero succeeding in the face of incredible odds, and also complaining: "no matter what I do... I can't this or that". And the third: I don't know if I can trust myself.
Almost succeeding, but never doing things long enough, hard enough, to actually succeed. Why? Because it would kill the story.
Also, I need enemies. I need disease. I need bugs... to fight heroically and almost succeed.
Continue reading "Your life story is like a black hole. Your Bach Flower profile shows how…"
My reviews on health, supplements, and nutrition, practitioners, systems, modalities are based on a little knowledge and a lot of muscle testing. Same with my nutritional consultation.
I am not a doctor, I am not a nutritionist, I am not a pharmacist... I am a True Empath, an avid reader, and a very diligent muscle tester. I also test some stuff on myself. To the tune of thousands of dollars worth of stuff a year.
I also test on clients: it is never intentional, but it is often a test nevertheless. Watching, observing evaluating, learning new things.
The hardest thing to test is: why something won't work. Why? Because if you ask stupid questions, you'll get stupid answers.
The art of asking questions is to get to the cause... to the root. Continue reading "Disclaimer… Who am I to guide you in your quest to health? The Truth Method"
Still with the $33 a day increase in mind, I attended a webinar.
The product sold on the webinar is an unusual way to make money: in essence investing. High risk, high return.
I'd attended this webinar before, but I was at a different place in my life than this time, so I stayed till the end. I diligently muscle tested.
I asked slightly different questions this time, more in line with the supplement reviews I intend to write: I didn't just ask: is this good for me? can I do it? can I make money with it?
Instead I asked the same questions in general terms. And I learned something new and interesting.
Continue reading "Still with the extra $33 a day question in mind…"
This article has long been in the making.
It's about our inability to tell what is the cause of something. Or even if there is a causal relationship between two things...
Between tithing and a sudden windfall... between lying and breaking your leg... between eating peanuts and feeling better/worse... Is there a cause and effect relationship there? If you pray: do people get better? If you spend time on a reiki person's table... do you feel better because someone paid attention to you, or was there even energy there? Questions, questions and no answers.
If it were just you and other consumers of information who don't know the answers, that would be fine with me, but with the proliferation of the internet, and with everyone and their brother writing, publishing, opinionating, sounding off, repeating things and their opposite, our sense of who to trust, what to believe is at an all-time low.
It used to be that we trusted doctors, and we died feeling that the doctor did their best... and their best was not a match to the task.
And we were right. We did the best we knew to do. Continue reading "Can you be well, can you get well if you don’t know if something is true or not?"
I have had people, ex-students, who tried the 67 steps and decided that it is not the way to learn... no matter what Sophie says... They knew better.
I could not put my finger on the attitude. I could see that it didn't work, I could see that it didn't serve them, but I didn't have a word for it.
Until today, through listening to Step 4 of the 67 Steps.
This step, step 4 is about learning through mentors. Mentors are teachers, but not classroom teachers. One-on-one instruction where the teaching is tailored to you. Where you learn through osmosis. You emulate their whole being, how they approach issues... it is largely nonverbal.
Continue reading "How could you become someone who is learning, growing, and living a life worth living?"
I doesn't matter what you think you believe.
I am starting to notice that what you say you believe is one thing, what you actually believe is expressed a lot more truthfully in your actions and in your reactions.
One of the most useful distinctions I learned from Hungarian author, Margoczi, is the distinction of "devaluing of your 'I'"
- If you have an "I" that can be devalued, then it must be fixed.
- If you compare your "I" with anyone else's, and you are higher and you feel smug about it, or your "I" is lower and you feel bad about it, then you have a fixed mindset.
Continue reading "How do you know if you have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? And how do you get out of the fixed mindset, really?"
This blog (on Kabbalah) is new, and I decided to look for a logo image for it. A picture of a left wrist with the famous red string around it felt like an excellent idea.
So I went on Google and search for "Kabbalah String." What a mistake. First off, there were 420 thousand pages listed. Intimidating. Second: most of those sites are hellbent at throwing dirt, venom, spit, at Kabbalah, and everything that has anything to do with Kabbalah. They call it a religion: it is not. They call it a cult: it is not.
I resisted being sucked into ...
Continue reading "Kabbalah String aka Red String"