I was researching this whole Third Eye humbug on the internet.
Of all the "supernatural" abilities people want, this seems to take the prize!
People want to be special, want to stand out, want to amaze people, but they don't want to pay the price. Please check if you are part of "people". My hunch is that if you tell the truth, you'll find that you are.
One of the horrible costs of living in your mind, trusting your mind, going for Tree of Knowledge, is that you cut yourself off from your inner knower... and hand your life and destiny over to people who are not your friends, who are not on your side, who have their own agenda in saying anything.
I am observing the few high capacity producers in my circle, and this is one of the big difference between you and them: they may take hints... but then they do their own thinking, their own process.
The missing capacity, self-trust, or as Dan Millman calls it Faith, of course needs to be based on other capacities: cannot stand alone. And you also need to build some reality to it, some solid foundation. That is why you don't have it: you life has been, and likely will be a life of turning to other people for all your thinking.
This is Dan Millman's "article" from the book "The Life You Were Born To Live". He knows a lot, sees, a lot, and doesn't know and doesn't see a lot more. But the article may awaken the desire in you to be your own person...
As much as I struggle with reading so much English, perfect sentences, I recognize that I am probably the minority and people like reading stuff like that. I teach this law, I don't call it law, and it is about five sentences when I teach it.
So maybe using other people's words will make me a more effective teacher, and will be able to get through to you.
This law, the law of flexibility, is a combination of several distinctions:
you only have power when you are present.
you cannot be present if and when you resist anything
you can embrace that which wants to enslave you, and when you actually embrace it, you have all the power to take it anywhere
context is decisive. Create an empowering context and life will flaw without any resistance.
The Fifth Commandment: Lead Consistently and Constantly...
Leaders lead. Leader: It is not an adjective, it is a verb.
To be a leader you must be a follower. Leaders are excellent followers. They follow ethical and spiritual principles that won't change over time. Only that way they can be good leaders for others, to change what can and should be changed through their leadership.
Having ethical and spiritual principles is not hip nowadays. And if you look around, there are no leaders. For many, leadership stops when they get the "position." Their inauguration speech is their last real act of leadership. How come? Are they bad people? No, they have courage deficiency. It takes enormous courage to say no when the request or demand doesn't align with your spiritual or ethical principles.