No one asks how I have overcome the propensity, the natural inclination, tendency, predisposition, proneness, to only remember what I already knew when I first did Landmark programs back in 1986.
The fixed mindset thinks that I was special... that I was born special, or something like that. But the truth is that I was ordinary like everyone else, and besides that, English is my second language.
I remember when they used jargon, i had no idea what they were talking about... So I started in many ways behind everyone else. I had a lower vibration, a total sob story for a life, a victim mentality.
What was maybe special about me, is that I saw that if I wanted to get to the same place where I saw everyone else to be, I had to work twice as hard. And the rest is history.
I, like everyone else, took notes. For the most part notes are worthless. They actually keep you from hearing...
I read an interesting article on consciousness today that opened my eyes to something:
You can ask a question of yourself, and depending on the answer you can locate yourself on the map of consciousness quite reliably. And you could ask the question "what is your vibrational frequency?" and though you have no numbers, you'll know in what bracket you are by locating yourself on one of the stages.
The question is: What is my relationship to life? My life? Where is my consciousness?