The second part of the title, "except that not always" is doesn't apply for at least 10% of you: you won't even see the difference when I point it out.
The most frustrating thing is, that you are sure you are saying or understanding the right words... but you don't. And you blame it on the speaker saying that what they said doesn't work.
How do I know?
For most people, who become a student in my programs, this is the first hurdle to pass.
You come into my program with a 300 accurate vocabulary, and you only hear the words you think you know what they mean, but that is not what I said.
I only find out what you heard when you tell me my words back to me... wrong. inaccurate. different words. Different meaning. Or Tai's words, if you are in the 67 steps coaching... Continue reading "For you everything is the same as everything else, except that not always…"
I am lucky. Life always offers me plenty to write about.
People say I am prolific, and if you look at my results: I write a lot. But... but if you asked me what I want to be acknowledged for, I wouldn't say: for the number of articles. The number of articles only shows the tip of the iceberg.
I'd like to be acknowledged for my ability to see everything as part of the whole... and therefore relevant to us, to humanity in our quest to go to the next level of evolution.
If you poke into what it takes to be the way I view the world, you'll find that I have a really really wide cone of vision inside which I see thousands of things clearly and distinctly.
All that while I am a tad petty about how I am viewed. lol. Continue reading "What do you want to be acknowledged for?"
How To proactively beat the top regrets of the dying?
Yesterday I gave you an exercise to imagine yourself on your deathbed.
Many people get all emotional about that: so it may not have worked for you. I love that exercise, but here is another exercise:
Imagine that you are on the riverside fishing. You see that the line is tout, the rod is trembling, so you do what fishermen do, and you pull out a fish.
As you take the hook out of the fish's mouth the fish starts to talk. It says: My good man (or woman, if you are a woman), please release me back into the water and I will reward you handsomely: I will fulfill three wishes for you.
You are surprised, you question your sanity for a little bit, so you throw the fish back, after all any wish should be more valuable than the 3-4 bucks this fish is worth when you cook it. Continue reading "How To proactively beat the top regrets of the dying? Part 2"