Okay. This audio is still going to be about context.
I am getting requests to help people change their context or create a new context, such that life starts turning with this new context, so what am I talking about?
Life is co-created and life happens inside the context that you live in. Continue reading “Without a new context your life will remain the same”
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I clicked the publish button by mistake… Which means I’ll add my notes to this article as soon as I can and republish it.
But my notes are going to be very disappointing for many… because this article and what is says is 60% truth value… and applies directly to humans, not only to butterflies and caterpillars.
It, in essence, says that in order to go on a higher plane of existence (butterfly) you need to die your current one first.
And this is what it’s all about… How to die your current existence, and take NOTHING from it to the higher plane.
In my upcoming Money course… no name yet, but I am leaning towards “transform yourself so money can come to you”? too long? hell yeah…
Instead of teaching you tricks, I’ll endeavor to transform you from a caterpillar to a butterfly. Continue reading “Caterpillars don’t become butterflies”
About the title: an astute person is a person who can see things for what they are
On the Tree of Knowledge we are taught to listen to words instead of looking at reality.
In essence we are cut off from our direct experience of life.
In my classes the biggest challenge is to cause the students to see. Unless the seeing comes with words, explanation, they can’t see.
See patterns, see the story behind a picture, see cause and effect, see similarity, see differences, see what they need to see to maneuver life.
Astute is a person who can see things for what they are without having to ask for help, explanation, etc.
Continue reading “What should be your first step in becoming astute:?”
In my quest to find like-minded people, who want to better humanity, I am watching videos, and am exposed the feelings of the speaker, commentator, or whoever is in the video.
What prompted this article is a bout of weeping… for no reason.
I am sitting here examining the context inside which this happened, and I Have had no reason to be sad, to weep. Continue reading “What is the purpose of life… and how to live it on Life’s terms?”
If you want to enslave a man, the best and fastest way to go about it is to rob the man of his common sense, his guidance system.
Train him to not trust his feelings. In anything. Train him that he can’t trust his feelings. Train him that all decisions should be made by men smarter than him. Train him that he can’t be trusted to made decisions about the education, the health about his children.
Train him by printing on plastic bags that they should not be put in the cradle… because a child may suffocate playing with it… Do this so the man will stop thinking for himself and start relying entirely on thing being given to him chewed and digested.
Give him the religion of positive thinking. Continue reading “If you want to enslave a man, the best and fastest way to go about it is to rob the man of his common sense, his guidance system.”
I have been saying in every article now that the 13th floor is a dynamic system.
Why dynamic? Because the feelings have direction, content, opinion… and they interact, pull, push, stop you…
Moving, changing, pulsing, etc.
Humans are not simple machines, and yet: every complicated machine is made up of many simple machines… and so are you. The more you allow the machine to inform you, the more fulfilling, the smoother, the more enjoyable life becomes, with you in the driver’s seat.
You know I am corresponding with the creator of the books, Feelings and Words, Gyozo Margoczi.
In his last email, this morning, he made sure I push the dynamic nature of feelings. I am not a very experienced translator, and translating his Hungarian helped me to understand the material and the dynamic even deeper. Continue reading “A look at feelings… going under the hood. Here, knowledge is really power!”
Tai uses an analogy that really talks to me. He says that we need to be like a soup, our knowledge, our lives.
You can’t make a good soup with just a few ingredients. You need a lot of ingredients to make a soup that you don’t have to make edible by crumbling crackers into it, or bread.
A good soup is a symphony of tastes, smells, and every new piece you find in your spoon is a new delight and a surprise. A great analogy for life. NOT your life right now, but for a LIFE WORTH LIVING.
Now, what does this mean to you?
Continue reading “What kind of soup are you?”
I have been meaning to write about acidity, alkalinity, and this whole field of misunderstanding, misdirection, you should know about, because it is important.
Acidity is a symptom. It is also a cause… cause of a lot of mischief in your body and in your life.
Everything has a chemical strength to interact with other things, we call Ph.
pH. The pH of a solution is a measure of the molar concentration of hydrogen ions in the solution and as such is a measure of the acidity or basicity (base=alkaline) of the solution.
pH: potential of hydrogen. It is a logarithmic number.
Life tends to work optimally only within narrow confines of pH…
Continue reading “Acidity… what is it, the cause, the symptoms, what can you do about it?”
I think it was Hippocrates who said: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”
He didn’t know that what we call food in the 21st Century isn’t. That there are more chemicals in what we call food than in actual medicine. That we now have access to “food” that our body does not recognize as food… Plants and animals from far away lands, or designer plants and designer animals, that no other living creature recognizes as food.
Cows’, sheep’, even pigs’ body doesn’t recognize corn as food. It gets sick from it.
Same with genetically modified alfalfa, soy and soy bean, and beets.
If you looked before you say “food”, you would know that.
If you were interested in what really matters: you would know that.
Continue reading “What are the requirements for healing?”
I started to read the book by Edward Deci, “Why we do what we do. Understanding self-motivation”.
This is the first book, that I know, that defines self the way, or similarly the way I do…
To become a person, to have autonomy, self-determination, self-expression, integrity, self-motivation, the most important job is to find the self, by distinguishing what is the driver of all your actions, whether it is inner or outer.
And if it is inner… is it the self, or is it the “not-self”?
Greed, narcissism, hate… area inner motivators, but they are all the not-self. So are all the “negative” emotions, like frustration, haste, the desire to fix, to punish, to suffer… etc. Continue reading “Want to find your self? Express it? Be true to it? Be motivated by it?”