Yesterday I downloaded the Days of Power energy. The "skies" open up at precise times and the energy that is available can be channeled if someone is able to go close enough, and if someone is brave enough to use themselves as a pipe to concentrate the energy for someone else's benefit.
That is what I do in the Days of Power energy downloads.
There is a part of this though, that I want to talk about, because there is something to learn from it.
Humans, on the Tree of Knowledge, see change as a series of instant changes, like the cuts in a movie. Now I am here, now I am there.
But in reality, things don't just jump from here to there... even the brain cannot switch as fast as the movie.
Through every generation of the human race there has been a constant war, a war with fear. Those who have the courage to conquer it are made free and those who are conquered by it are made to suffer until they have the courage to defeat it, or death takes them.
Now, looking at it from the viewpoint of the fixed mindset versus the growth mindset you can see that the fixed mindset provides a barrier that promises you to keep you safe.
"It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings."
Of all the 10 starting point measurements, the most telling is your TLB score.
It tells me, and it tells you, how much discomfort you are able to experience and not run away mentally, emotionally, or physically. And therefore it tells you whether you can have the good life, health, wealth, love and fulfillment... or not.
Its activating mechanism is below your conscious awareness, and is quite habitual.
In modern parlance they call it "Attention Deficit"... but it's B.S.
Whether there is such a thing "law of attraction" or not, there is a phenomenon that I have observed.
If you want something, it tends to get away from you.
Whether it is love, having a community, being well thought of, or money... the wanting it renders you tense, reactive, and closed off. Act in predictable ways, the ways we have revealed for some of you in the Upsets workshop. (Started as Feelings webinars)
Wanting is a mind thing. Maybe a desire trap, maybe not, but definitely not from the Tree of Life, where it is obvious that if you want something, then you go for it, and do the things that get it for you. Not what you always do...
I am using Rob Brezsny's words here... maybe his English communicates better than mine:
Exaggerate your flaws till they turn into virtues Pretend your wounds are exotic tattoos Refuse the gifts that infringe on your freedom Shun sacred places that fill you with boredom Keep in mind it's bad luck to be superstitious The official story's always fictitious Pump up your karma with idiot laughter The promised land's here, not in some hereafter
We are searching for the answers so we can destroy them and dream up better questions
Here are two attitudes that will be useful, invaluable, and mandatory if you want to grow through my programs
The minimum intelligence required to create a thought experiment is 70... and I am not talking about IQ measured intelligence, I am talking about overall intelligence.
The average intelligence in the world is 50... But all my site's visitors qualify.
So let's look at that movie and see what is a thought experiment:
If X were different, in the movie take out the main character... and then look at different elements that you know how they are... the marriage, the loan bank, etc. The amount of happiness, the amount of difference.
Now let's look at different examples of thought experiments, all in the area of my work of becoming someone who loves life, and lives it successfully.
It shut down without an error message, without the dreaded blue screen.
I went online and researched the potential causes for it.
I have three computers, but this is my newest, and the one I do webinars on, the one I coach on skype, and I have a call already paid for this afternoon... so it was important to make the computer work.
I started with the hardware, the physical parts of the computer, and no matter what part I changed or disconnected, the error, the computer shutting down, persisted.
One of the horrible things I experience, often, is that people never ask: "why should I care?"
Why that is horrible? Why that is disappointing?
Because that question would show that the pilot light of intelligence is not completely extinguished in you. You have never asked that question? Now you know what it means.
Back in 1977, shortly after I won my first architectural competition, and therefore was wealthier than most people I knew, I fell ill: my sinuses put me to bed with high-high fever. I could not sleep 24/7, so I turned to a book, Aldous Huxley's Brave New World 1. At some point I had a revelation: The society I lived in, the ideology I believed in, was beautiful, except that it worked for no one, no person living in it. It stifled the human spirit, stunted the growth of its people: did not allow for the evolution of humanity. Continue reading "If a tree falls in the forest: does it make a sound?"