Sunday, December 9, 2018

The path to self-love... a totally different take... a valid one.

Some 35 years ago I read Rav Hillel"s few lines, If I am not for myself, who will be for me?

If I am not for me, who will be for me? And when I am for myself alone, what am I? And if not now, then when?

it flew in the face of the culture I was raised in, Socialism... I cried, and started to attempt to integrate it.

It took me 35 years.

It"s the hardest of any journey to self-love, self care.

It was for me, and it may be for you... It is easier when you have a teacher.

The main job of a teacher is to hold the dirt while you are digging for gold. The gold is there, but unless someone is there to hold the dirt, the dirt falls back into the hole and covers the gold.

I just listened to a TED talk, and it lays out an amazing and simple way to take care of yourself...



Watch it. Weep if you must. And then do what it asks you to do.

If I am not for me, who will be for me? And when I am for myself alone, what am I? And if not now, then when?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXCiv4sc5eY

There is no suffering, there is never anything wrong in reality. All suffering, all wrong is brought on by words...

myth... unrealityWe live in an imaginary reality... with literally no capacity, no ability to tell fact from fiction.


For the purposes of this conversation we"ll define reality as something even a just landed Martian can see, a Martian who isn"t complicit ((complicit: involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing)) in the fiction we have been honoring as reality.

A Martian can see what is actually happening, but cannot see anything that is a cultural modification of the happening, or what happens inside your head.

So, for example, a Martian can see your mother talking, can hear voice coming out of your mother"s mouth. But he won"t see yelling, because yelling is a cultural, very emotional modification of speaking, even of speaking loudly. And a newly minted visitor on Earth, a Martian will not consider the meaning of the words, because the meaning isn"t happening...

So if your mother said: unless you say what I told you to do, you won"t belong to this family... the Martian isn"t going to say: Oh my god, how cruel... lol.

To fully appreciate what a Martian can see, I"ll introduce here a new concept of language:


Language #1: what you use 99.99% of the time, the misery maker... This is called descriptive language...

...and you use it to interpret, color, dramatize, make sense of life... Imprecise, and personal... I measure the accuracy of your language in the Starting Point Measurements.

One of the most reliable indicator of your chances of success is this number: the higher it is the less suffering you have...

This, the descriptive language tries to approximate reality, and is doing a poor job at it. It is highly political, and the gap between educated and clueless is getting wider by the day.
Language #2: active language:

speaking this can be considered an action. This category includes declarations, requests and promises... I won"t go into detail, but mastering this language is very important and it takes character to do so.
Language #3: Immediate Language

This is new to you, but is highly visible for the world to see, including our Martian. This language is called Immediate Language... it is the visible and obvious reaction something happening...

Surprise shows on the face. Fear often shows on the face. Hesitation, resistance, joy, amusement, excitement have a way to express themselves physically, in this language, Immediate Language

Language #4: Structural Language...


the position of objects to each other, their interplay, whether those objects are alive or inanimate.

Hugging, beating, hitting, pushing, leaning on, dropping, scratching, kissing...

Laughing, for example, is both an immediate language example, and a structural language example. Highly visible.

It is surprisingly mostly unconscious.


My memory of my childhood, actually my life was that I was serious, unhappy, moody, etc. When I first encountered the structural language as something to pay attention to.

Then I searched pictures of myself at different ages, and to my surprise (and dismay, because it poked holes into my story) most of the pictures showed me laughing recklessly, raucously, like a crazy person...

Once I started to track how I really express myself in structural language, I realized that I was a lot more animated, and very expressive in that language... no wonder I loved dance, pantomime, and loved being on stage.

I discarded my imaginary persona, and took on being me like I really am, a coherent whole, inside and outside.

Calls with me are a blast, I use my voice to express all that would be visible on a video, laugh like there is no tomorrow, and even use curse words to emphasize my offbeat, off the beaten path personality. Very freeing.

OK, now that we have the four languages, we can see more of what a Martian can see, and we can see that the words are not meaningful for the Martian... that the words are designed to replace reality, to describe reality.

And however close the words get... most words describe reality that doesn"t exist.

There is a whole big area of reality, in fact about 90% of reality, that only exists in language, only exists in the words.

But...

Here comes the mischief: let"s go back to the Bible, to the Garden of Eden, to the naming of the plants and the animals, and god"s rule of not eating from the Tree of Knowledge, the Tree of Good and Evil.

You should hear, that that whole episode was about language. Naming the animals was active language, declaration: you will be called elephant... and it was done... that animal, from that point on was called elephant. All the words had a phenomenon counterpart in reality... elephant, mouse, deer...

But it all became a whole new thing with the introduction of descriptive language in the Tree of Knowledge: judgment was introduced... Judgment is talking about stuff that doesn"t exist in reality, only in talking, only in words.

And therefore it is fair game to twist and change it according to the person"s fancy when it so served them to do.

And just like I wasn"t aware of my affect, of my real nature until I examined it with the help of a new angle to look from, most people have no clue that they twist and turn words to serve themselves, whatever their hidden agenda is.

You have a hidden agenda. You hid it and forgot that YOU hid it.

You made an executive decision at a certain point, most likely around age 3~4, and then made it your hidden agenda.

1. You said, for example, the world should go my way,


...that is how it should be... and then could spend a whole lifetime suffering that it isn"t, it doesn"t, because your executive decision was against nature, against reality, and powerless.

The only power it had is to make you miserable, and clueless that it is you who is causing the misery.

2. Here is another example: it"s winter, your father is in jail, your mother sends you to steal wood, so she can cook and heat the house. You don"t want to go. So she says: unless you do as I say, you are not part of this family.

You decide that you are worthless. And unless you X, you will be regarded as worthless by everyone.

Then you forget that YOU said that. Your mother just wanted to cook... but that is forgotten.

But, of course, you are a kid, and you have very little chance to do worthy things, so what do you do? You withdraw into your organ of imagination, your mind, and make up stories there, on how you are a worthy hero.

We call that Desire Trap... It is mighty difficult to do much in the world, in reality, when you are living in your imagination. So the gap between fantasy and reality is getting wider and deeper... And you are alternation between being truly worthless and truly heroic... And that is your life... until and unless you discover that in fact you made this whole thing up, and the premise: worthless was never real.

3. Here is a third example: you decided that only supermen are respected, so you decide to become superman. Your area of super performance is fixing stuff...

You tell everyone that you are superman... but after a while they expect immediate and magical results from you, and you feel sucked dry... and you are.

You trained the world to use your superpowers, and ignore you, the man. You see that they have no value for you the man, they only want what you can do...

The moment you realize that you trained them to treat you as your "avatar", as your fake persona, you can start training them to see you as a man, to hear you say: it takes time to get things done, and to claim your humanness... to be someone they can relate to, someone they can see as they see themselves...

Desk bins: 4. This one is going to be painful. So if you are squeamish, skip this example.

You decided that you are not anything enough. You can"t win, things are bigger than you, others are bigger than you, and the best way to get them to do your bidding is to alternately show that you are trying, and that you are failing.

Your agenda is to be taken care of... and that you pretty much only have to keep up this charade for the rest of life. You suck people in with the occasional smarts, and the more frequent "I need help"...

You are a master manipulator, a user of people.

You are not allowed to amount to anything in this game you set up... you have to be an "almost success" by being a failure.

OK... these were the stories, we call them cases of the four people in the Men"s Playground... All potentially tragic, all potentially a hero"s journey... depending on how they will OWN the case. Own it as their own creation that has gone rogue.

The goal, the purpose of life is to live... and to become all you can become while you live.

You can see that any of these cases are working against you becoming all you can become... in fact the goal of the case is to keep you the same... to destroy your chances for personhood, to reduce you to a puppet.

Much like government. You elect your officials to take care of business, but instead, once they are elected, they become the puppet-master... See the similarity? Of the people, for the people? Bah humbug. For themselves.

Now, if you look at the cases, what you should be able to see, that without words none of that mechanism would exist.

You can see that the mischief comes from the Tree of Knowledge, where non-physical stuff got named...

Everything that the Martian cannot see is non-physical. Everything that the Martian cannot see is the consequence of words...

90% of your personal reality is made up of stuff that isn"t real... using the definition of reality we set out to use: if the Martian cannot see it, it is not real.

90% of your personal reality is made up of stuff that can be manipulated, easily, by others, or by your case.

All of your misery comes from that 90%.

The words.

The interesting thing is: the more interesting and rewarding your life, the less affinity you have to the words, to the story, to the misery.

Some of my students" entire life plays out in the words... and the most dramatic thing that is in the reality, meaning visible by the Martian, is a walk in the park, where the dog is on the leash and off the leash.

Nothing is happening, so life is filled with the words. Put on loudspeaker or not, you won"t and don"t have a life worth writing about until you get into the habit of looking, every moment, at the 10%: what is real. What is actually happening.

And leave the words to other underachievers who don"t know what you are talking about.

You can see that the quotes in my previous article, by George Bernard Shaw, and by Shakespeare applies to you to a T... you live in the world of words... and nothing is happening.

The Martian is bored to tears...

Separating fact from fiction will be your main objective this morning.Really, depending on the percentage you live in the imaginary world given by the words, (in the Starting Point Measurements I call it, for now, To what degree you honor your feelings as reality?) you have intelligent, purposeful actions available to yourself.

The other day I watched a 4-hour long marathon presentation on how to get clients on Linkedin. The two dudes on the call where the exact opposite of each other in this regard.

I measured one with a 91% To what degree you honor your feelings as reality? number, and he kept on interrupting, drawing diagrams, explaining, making the whole issue muddy as hell.

The other, with a 20% To what degree you honor your feelings as reality? number was clear, concise, entertaining, and incredibly effective at presenting, doing what he was teaching, and getting through to me. I wanted to be him... funny, whimsical, and bold.

I measured the numbers of my students before and after our Playground call yesterday.

It is relatively easy to see what number they started with, by the amount of words they used to tell the story of the past week. The starting numbers were 60%/30%/91%/70%

After the realization that they are doing it themselves, they set up the puppet master to be jerked by, the numbers are now: 10%/10%/20%/50%

The numbers went down consistent with the degree of ownership the student can or willing to have...

And the new numbers, the degree of ownership, is also consistent with their current level of vibration.

It is all connected. In order to raise your vibration, you need to work on different aspects of unreality and disappear them, sculpt them away... that is the essence of the Michelangelo Method.

There is no suffering, there is never anything wrong in reality. All suffering, all wrong is brought on by words...

myth... unrealityWe live in an imaginary reality... with literally no capacity, no ability to tell fact from fiction.


For the purposes of this conversation we"ll define reality as something even a just landed Martian can see, a Martian who isn"t complicit ((complicit: involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing)) in the fiction we have been honoring as reality.

A Martian can see what is actually happening, but cannot see anything that is a cultural modification of the happening, or what happens inside your head.

So, for example, a Martian can see your mother talking, can hear voice coming out of your mother"s mouth. But he won"t see yelling, because yelling is a cultural, very emotional modification of speaking, even of speaking loudly. And a newly minted visitor on Earth, a Martian will not consider the meaning of the words, because the meaning isn"t happening...

So if your mother said: unless you say what I told you to do, you won"t belong to this family... the Martian isn"t going to say: Oh my god, how cruel... lol.

To fully appreciate what a Martian can see, I"ll introduce here a new concept of language:


Language #1: what you use 99.99% of the time, the misery maker... This is called descriptive language...

...and you use it to interpret, color, dramatize, make sense of life... Imprecise, and personal... I measure the accuracy of your language in the Starting Point Measurements.

One of the most reliable indicator of your chances of success is this number: the higher it is the less suffering you have...

This, the descriptive language tries to approximate reality, and is doing a poor job at it. It is highly political, and the gap between educated and clueless is getting wider by the day.
Language #2: active language:

speaking this can be considered an action. This category includes declarations, requests and promises... I won"t go into detail, but mastering this language is very important and it takes character to do so.
Language #3: Immediate Language

This is new to you, but is highly visible for the world to see, including our Martian. This language is called Immediate Language... it is the visible and obvious reaction something happening...

Surprise shows on the face. Fear often shows on the face. Hesitation, resistance, joy, amusement, excitement have a way to express themselves physically, in this language, Immediate Language

Language #4: Structural Language...


the position of objects to each other, their interplay, whether those objects are alive or inanimate.

Hugging, beating, hitting, pushing, leaning on, dropping, scratching, kissing...

Laughing, for example, is both an immediate language example, and a structural language example. Highly visible.

It is surprisingly mostly unconscious.


My memory of my childhood, actually my life was that I was serious, unhappy, moody, etc. When I first encountered the structural language as something to pay attention to.

Then I searched pictures of myself at different ages, and to my surprise (and dismay, because it poked holes into my story) most of the pictures showed me laughing recklessly, raucously, like a crazy person...

Once I started to track how I really express myself in structural language, I realized that I was a lot more animated, and very expressive in that language... no wonder I loved dance, pantomime, and loved being on stage.

I discarded my imaginary persona, and took on being me like I really am, a coherent whole, inside and outside.

Calls with me are a blast, I use my voice to express all that would be visible on a video, laugh like there is no tomorrow, and even use curse words to emphasize my offbeat, off the beaten path personality. Very freeing.

OK, now that we have the four languages, we can see more of what a Martian can see, and we can see that the words are not meaningful for the Martian... that the words are designed to replace reality, to describe reality.

And however close the words get... most words describe reality that doesn"t exist.

There is a whole big area of reality, in fact about 90% of reality, that only exists in language, only exists in the words.

But...

Here comes the mischief: let"s go back to the Bible, to the Garden of Eden, to the naming of the plants and the animals, and god"s rule of not eating from the Tree of Knowledge, the Tree of Good and Evil.

You should hear, that that whole episode was about language. Naming the animals was active language, declaration: you will be called elephant... and it was done... that animal, from that point on was called elephant. All the words had a phenomenon counterpart in reality... elephant, mouse, deer...

But it all became a whole new thing with the introduction of descriptive language in the Tree of Knowledge: judgment was introduced... Judgment is talking about stuff that doesn"t exist in reality, only in talking, only in words.

And therefore it is fair game to twist and change it according to the person"s fancy when it so served them to do.

And just like I wasn"t aware of my affect, of my real nature until I examined it with the help of a new angle to look from, most people have no clue that they twist and turn words to serve themselves, whatever their hidden agenda is.

You have a hidden agenda. You hid it and forgot that YOU hid it.

You made an executive decision at a certain point, most likely around age 3~4, and then made it your hidden agenda.

1. You said, for example, the world should go my way,


...that is how it should be... and then could spend a whole lifetime suffering that it isn"t, it doesn"t, because your executive decision was against nature, against reality, and powerless.

The only power it had is to make you miserable, and clueless that it is you who is causing the misery.

2. Here is another example: it"s winter, your father is in jail, your mother sends you to steal wood, so she can cook and heat the house. You don"t want to go. So she says: unless you do as I say, you are not part of this family.

You decide that you are worthless. And unless you X, you will be regarded as worthless by everyone.

Then you forget that YOU said that. Your mother just wanted to cook... but that is forgotten.

But, of course, you are a kid, and you have very little chance to do worthy things, so what do you do? You withdraw into your organ of imagination, your mind, and make up stories there, on how you are a worthy hero.

We call that Desire Trap... It is mighty difficult to do much in the world, in reality, when you are living in your imagination. So the gap between fantasy and reality is getting wider and deeper... And you are alternation between being truly worthless and truly heroic... And that is your life... until and unless you discover that in fact you made this whole thing up, and the premise: worthless was never real.

3. Here is a third example: you decided that only supermen are respected, so you decide to become superman. Your area of super performance is fixing stuff...

You tell everyone that you are superman... but after a while they expect immediate and magical results from you, and you feel sucked dry... and you are.

You trained the world to use your superpowers, and ignore you, the man. You see that they have no value for you the man, they only want what you can do...

The moment you realize that you trained them to treat you as your "avatar", as your fake persona, you can start training them to see you as a man, to hear you say: it takes time to get things done, and to claim your humanness... to be someone they can relate to, someone they can see as they see themselves...

Desk bins: 4. This one is going to be painful. So if you are squeamish, skip this example.

You decided that you are not anything enough. You can"t win, things are bigger than you, others are bigger than you, and the best way to get them to do your bidding is to alternately show that you are trying, and that you are failing.

Your agenda is to be taken care of... and that you pretty much only have to keep up this charade for the rest of life. You suck people in with the occasional smarts, and the more frequent "I need help"...

You are a master manipulator, a user of people.

You are not allowed to amount to anything in this game you set up... you have to be an "almost success" by being a failure.

OK... these were the stories, we call them cases of the four people in the Men"s Playground... All potentially tragic, all potentially a hero"s journey... depending on how they will OWN the case. Own it as their own creation that has gone rogue.

The goal, the purpose of life is to live... and to become all you can become while you live.

You can see that any of these cases are working against you becoming all you can become... in fact the goal of the case is to keep you the same... to destroy your chances for personhood, to reduce you to a puppet.

Much like government. You elect your officials to take care of business, but instead, once they are elected, they become the puppet-master... See the similarity? Of the people, for the people? Bah humbug. For themselves.

Now, if you look at the cases, what you should be able to see, that without words none of that mechanism would exist.

You can see that the mischief comes from the Tree of Knowledge, where non-physical stuff got named...

Everything that the Martian cannot see is non-physical. Everything that the Martian cannot see is the consequence of words...

90% of your personal reality is made up of stuff that isn"t real... using the definition of reality we set out to use: if the Martian cannot see it, it is not real.

90% of your personal reality is made up of stuff that can be manipulated, easily, by others, or by your case.

All of your misery comes from that 90%.

The words.

The interesting thing is: the more interesting and rewarding your life, the less affinity you have to the words, to the story, to the misery.

Some of my students" entire life plays out in the words... and the most dramatic thing that is in the reality, meaning visible by the Martian, is a walk in the park, where the dog is on the leash and off the leash.

Nothing is happening, so life is filled with the words. Put on loudspeaker or not, you won"t and don"t have a life worth writing about until you get into the habit of looking, every moment, at the 10%: what is real. What is actually happening.

And leave the words to other underachievers who don"t know what you are talking about.

You can see that the quotes in my previous article, by George Bernard Shaw, and by Shakespeare applies to you to a T... you live in the world of words... and nothing is happening.

The Martian is bored to tears...

Separating fact from fiction will be your main objective this morning.Really, depending on the percentage you live in the imaginary world given by the words, (in the Starting Point Measurements I call it, for now, To what degree you honor your feelings as reality?) you have intelligent, purposeful actions available to yourself.

The other day I watched a 4-hour long marathon presentation on how to get clients on Linkedin. The two dudes on the call where the exact opposite of each other in this regard.

I measured one with a 91% To what degree you honor your feelings as reality? number, and he kept on interrupting, drawing diagrams, explaining, making the whole issue muddy as hell.

The other, with a 20% To what degree you honor your feelings as reality? number was clear, concise, entertaining, and incredibly effective at presenting, doing what he was teaching, and getting through to me. I wanted to be him... funny, whimsical, and bold.

I measured the numbers of my students before and after our Playground call yesterday.

It is relatively easy to see what number they started with, by the amount of words they used to tell the story of the past week. The starting numbers were 60%/30%/91%/70%

After the realization that they are doing it themselves, they set up the puppet master to be jerked by, the numbers are now: 10%/10%/20%/50%

The numbers went down consistent with the degree of ownership the student can or willing to have...

And the new numbers, the degree of ownership, is also consistent with their current level of vibration.

It is all connected. In order to raise your vibration, you need to work on different aspects of unreality and disappear them, sculpt them away... that is the essence of the Michelangelo Method.

Saturday, December 8, 2018

You hate your job? It is boring? It doesn"t make a difference? You are not good at it? It just pays the bills but no fulfillment?

George Bernard Shaw wrote more than a hundred years ago: "This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being a force of nature instead of a feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy." (())

And what he wrote about you, being a feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances... is more true today than it was in his time.

No one has offered a solution to that issue until now. ((It is hard to look, hard to see beyond your selfish little interests...

It probably won"t surprise you that the most successful people, the producers, are able to separate their emotions from reality, and they more often act on reality than on emotion. And when they act on emotion, they are just as stupid, inane, ineffective as you are.))


What causes you to be that feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances?


It"s emotions. Or more precisely: emotional reaction to thoughts, words, rules, should be"s and shouldn"t be"s... to what is right and what is wrong, to what is good and what is evil. ((In a previous course of mine, can"t remember which, I use a metaphor, or simile... reality is empty, or mostly empty. It is the sky. And the emotions are the clouds trying to hide reality, cover up reality, replace reality... competing for your attention.

Your life, your effectiveness in life, your happiness depends on your behavior towards the clouds.))

In effect it all comes from the Original Sin: accepting the Tree of Knowledge as the ultimate guide to life... and grossly ignoring the Tree of Life... aka Reality.


If you want a different life from the direction your life is heading at... your job is to unlearn what is largely invisible to you: the water you swim in... that emotions are important, that emotions are reality.

You don"t see things as they are, you see things as YOU are...

Life"s but a walking shadow, a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.


That was Shakespeare, talking about you, about your life, about how you live your life.

What he means to talk about is a life lived by emotions... without using the brain, the organ of rational thinking, the organ of perceiving reality, or more importantly telling apart the drama, the emotions and reality... and base life on reality.

Until now no one blamed your proclivity, your tendency to choose to look into what you feel, your predisposition towards feelings, on your miserable life.


When you use your emotions to guide you, you
  • 1. make decisions that don"t serve you, don"t serve the mission, don"t serve anything worth serving, other than misery

  • 2. you have no idea what you think, what you want, who you are...

  • 3. you feel stupid and justified... after all you acted on the "right thing", the human thing, your emotions. ((
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RrWoRGVgbU
    ))

For you everything is the same as everything else... except that not always.


Even the way you eat... you put a sauce, ketchup, or whatever you put on every food to taste the same.

You have no inkling what reality tastes, looks, is like. You never look there. You could have no eyes, no ears, and you would behave the same way.

Some of you got into my programs because I could not hear what you said.

I just distinguished this... I didn"t fully have the distinction either.

I didn"t hear that you said: your goal is to feel different about your life, about yourself.


I accepted you by mistake.

You had no interest in changing what you do, changing where you look, you just hoped that you can do the same thing, feeling differently about it or about the same results.

I am adding a new measure to the Starting Point Measurements, starting today. The new measure will tell me to what degree you honor your feelings as reality...

It is the number that will tell me to what degree you are unsuited for a life of effectiveness, a life lived successfully.
Until and unless that number comes down to maximum 10%, you"ll be that little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.

It should be obvious by now, that the course I teach this in, the course where you can learn how to do this, and practice it, is the Playground.

Because the world is full of emotionally guided people, because that seems to be the rule of the game for the inferior, and because you"ve been trained to be that, the course will take at least a year to make a major and lasting difference.

Daily practice... instead of exams, no cramming for exams... the learning is all practical: where do you look?

If you are a woman: this is harder for you, twice as hard.


I am a woman: was it easy for me?

It wasn"t. Then again, I am not your "normal" woman. I was born and raised without love. I have a rubber face, expressive, animated, but it doesn"t belie about a rich inner life of emotions that could lead me astray...

Once I handled the handful of issues every person has, I settled into a life of no emotions.

Of course, without knowing the principle, it took me a lot of trials and errors, false starts.

When I go back in time to see who were the literary heroes I admired, and wanted to read their adventures again and again (still do) all those heroes are like me: not guided by emotions. Informed, but not guided.

They are my mentors, a small army. I am an avid reader.


And then there is the huge army of emotionally guided others: they are the enemy. The enemy of life... as I see it.

I have been looking at what is common among people who I can train, who are interested in what I have to offer.

I have found that people who relate to their job, their occupation, their activity emotionally, are the most miserable, and therefore the most likely to look at that as a problem, and maybe actively look for a solution.

When you live an emotionally guided existence, you have no guidance available to you, innately, because there are too many feelings ravaging you.


So, left to your own devices, asking the questions you have been asking, will not be effective guidance towards finding what activities would be able to provide fulfillment, work that you can do well and enjoy doing.

I had the same issue back in 1966. I had already applied to architecture school, 20 times overapplication, ((each available spot had 20 applicants competing for it)) lots of work... or having my own TV show, play my guitar, sing, talk to people... and be a celebrity... maybe. No guarantees there.

I was clear enough to be able to do a thought experiment, at least about the better known life of a TV celebrity... and I saw the obvious traps there: men, sex, alcohol, and mostly waiting for the show to come up... idle waiting.

Even the thought experiment could tell me that it"s a boring career, so I opted for the architecture school.

Little did I know how unhappy I was going to be.


I started to see clearly when I could see that I can watch TV at my drafting board, and the job was getting done. I felt my brain atrophy... and me become bored and boring.

No music, no dance, no talking, no discovery, no learning anything... tedium. A life not suitable for me.

I saw that I needed an occupation where every day was filled with discovery, taking personal risk, penetrating the mystery of the universe, and dance and words for self expression. Play. Be quick on my feet... Be able to be with just about anyone... that is a life for me.

It all became crystal clear with my own Juice Exercise... I saw that bringing the Divine to Everything is the principle that gets it all unified for me, makes it all enjoyable.


Sometimes I say: It is all in a day"s work... that is bringing the Divine to whatever I am asked to do, even if the activity is not a pleasant one... even if it involves tedium, pain, or bad smell.

It is all in a day"s work... because when your life is your work, you can include everything.

But you need to know yourself. You need to know what makes your life your work... and for that you need help. My help.

Finding Your Work... with the famous Juice Exercise, and then probably follow-up calls... just knowing won"t lead you to enough clarity to pursue the new direction.


But it all starts with the hour-long session... That I am willing to run a special on for a while, to see if I am wrong about you, or right about you.

Whatever answer I get is the answer I need. If you are not interested... I want to know.

Can"t afford it right now, but want it? I want to know. No obligation... just feedback.

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What is reality? Is this real? Is this happening or is this just my mind playing with me?

This is a severely truncated article from "Vox"... I am only interested in giving you Bayes" Method, that will help you go to reality with more certainty than you have now, and spend less time, a whole lot less wondering about your feelings... Whatever they may be. ((In effect, when I look at humanity and the way it"s been going, the correct name for the evolutionary stage would be Homo Emoticum... the Feeling Man... The Emotional Man... no eyes, no ears, no thinking... just freaking emotions... for no reason.))

To my dismay, this is what you have been doing, emoting. You make your decisions based on emotions... Life spent in utter uselessness.


I must admit: I didn"t know. I have never done that. I have never been thoroughly seduced to go down THAT rabbit hole, and spend my life in utter uselessness there.

Pondering about your feelings is the result of planet-wide conspiracy to take you out of the game of life.

But if you have been doing that all your life, it is going to take a lot of work for you to abandon that habit, and come out on the other end a human ready to start your journey to human being.


Bayes" Theorem, Bayes" Methodology of deciding what is likely the truth, what is likely be happening can help you look and make decisions, more accurate decisions about things that matter...
  • For people who are in the Playground course, the most important question is: is this thing happening, is this real? What is the reality? What is happening in reality? You"ll be shocked!

  • And for empaths and sensitives the question that if asked and answered accurately can make them productive members of society, thus a lot happier is: is this feeling mine? Do I have a reason to feel this way?

Emotions, emotional decision making is the opposite of Rationality where you use the thinking, rational part of your brain... facts, reality...


The most powerful antidote to irrationality comes from a surprising source: an 18th century English priest named Reverend Thomas Bayes. His pioneering work in statistic (the science of probability) uncovered an immensely powerful mental tool that, if properly used, can drastically improve the way we reason about the world.

Bayes’ theorem, explained


Our modern world is notoriously unpredictable and complex. Should I buy bitcoin? Is that news headline reliable? Is my crush actually into me, or just stringing me along?

Whether it’s our finances or our careers or our love lives, we have to tackle tricky decisions on a daily basis. Additionally, our smartphones bombard us around the clock with a never-ending stream of news and information. Some of that information is reliable, some is noise, and some is intentionally created to mislead. So how do we decide what to believe?

Reverend Bayes made enormous steps toward solving this age-old problem. He was a statistician by training, and his work on the nature of probability and chance laid the groundwork of what is now known as Bayes’ theorem. While its formal definition appears as a rather intimidating mathematical equation, it essentially boils down to this:
In other words, whenever we receive a new piece of evidence, how much should it affect what we currently believe to be true? Does the information support that belief, dispute it, or not affect it at all?


This line of questioning is known as Bayesian reasoning, and chances are you have been using this method of belief-building all your life without realizing it has a formal name.

For example, imagine a co-worker comes to you with a shocking piece of news: He suspects that your boss has been siphoning money from the company. You’ve always respected your boss, and if you had been asked to estimate the likelihood of him being a thief prior to hearing any gossip (the “prior odds”), you would think it extremely unlikely. Meanwhile, your colleague has been known to exaggerate and dramatize situations, especially about people in managerial positions. As such, their word alone carries little evidential weight — and you don’t take their accusation too seriously. Statistically speaking, your “posterior odds” stay pretty much the same.

Now, take the same scenario but instead of verbal information, your colleague produces a paper trail of company money going into a bank account in your boss’s name. In this case, the weight of evidence against him is much stronger, and so the likelihood of “boss = thief” should increase proportionally. The stronger the evidence, the stronger your level of belief. And if the evidence is compelling enough, it should make you change your mind about him entirely.

If this feels obvious and intuitive, it should. The human brain is, to some extent, a natural Bayesian reasoning machine through a process known as predictive processing. The trouble is, almost all our intuitions evolved out of simpler times for savannah-type survival situations. The complexity of more modern-day decisions can sometimes cause our Bayesian reasoning to malfunction, especially when something we really care about is on the line.

The pitfalls of emotionally motivated reasoning


What if, instead of respecting your boss, you’re annoyed at him because you feel he’d been unfairly promoted to his current position instead of you? Objectively speaking, your “prior” belief that he is an actual account-skimming thief should be almost as unlikely as in the previous example.

However, because you dislike him for another reason, you now have extra motivation to believe the gossip from your co-worker. This can result in you excessively shifting your “posterior” likelihood despite the lack of hard evidence … and perhaps even doing or saying something unwise.

The phenomenon of being swayed from accurate belief-building by our personal desires or emotions is known as motivated reasoning, and it affects every one of us, no matter how rational we think we are. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve made an objectively stupid play at the poker table thanks to an excessive emotional attachment to a particular outcome — from chasing lost chips with reckless bluffs after an unlucky run of cards, to foolhardy heroics against opponents who’ve gotten under my skin.

When we identify too strongly with a deeply held belief, idea, or outcome, a plethora of cognitive biases can rear their ugly heads.


Take confirmation bias, for example. This is our inclination to eagerly accept any information that confirms our opinion, and undervalue anything that contradicts it. It’s remarkably easy to spot in other people (especially those you don’t agree with politically), but extremely hard to spot in ourselves because the biasing happens unconsciously. But it’s always there.

And this kind of Bayesian error can have very real and tragic consequences: Criminal cases where jurors unconsciously ignore exonerating evidence and send an innocent person to jail because of a bad experience with someone of the defendant’s demographic. The growing inability to hear alternative arguments in good faith from other parts of the political spectrum. Conspiracy theorists swallowing any unconventional belief they can get their hands on until they think the Earth is flat, or movie stars are lizards, or that a random pizza shop is the base for a sex slavery ring because of a comment thread they read on the internet.

So how do we overcome this deeply ingrained part of human nature? How can we become better Bayesians?

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence


For motivated reasoning, the solution is somewhat obvious: self-awareness.

While confirmation bias is usually invisible to us in the moment, its physiological triggers are more detectable. Is there someone who makes your jaw clench and blood boil the moment they’re mentioned? A societal or religious belief you hold so dear that you think anyone is ridiculous to even want to discuss it?

We all have some deeply held belief that immediately puts us on the defensive. Defensiveness doesn’t mean that belief is actually incorrect. But it does mean we’re vulnerable to bad reasoning around it. And if you can learn to identify the emotional warning signs in yourself, you stand a better chance of evaluating the other side’s evidence or arguments more objectively.

The question is: how likely? how unlikely?


...When dealing with statistics, it is so easy to focus on fear-mongering headlines, like “thousands of people died from terrorism last year,” and forget about the other equally relevant part of the equation: the number of people last year who didn’t die from it.

Occasionally, “red pill” or conspiracy enthusiasts fall into a similar statistical trap. On its face, questioning mainstream belief is a good scientific practice — it can uncover injustice and prevent systemic mistakes from repeating in society. But for some, proving the mainstream wrong becomes an all-consuming mission. And this is especially dangerous in the internet era, where a Google search will always spit out something that fits a chosen narrative. Bayes’ rule teaches you that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

Yet for some people, the less likely an explanation, the more likely they are to believe it. Take flat-Earth believers. Their claim rests on the idea that all the pilots, astronomers, geologists, physicists, and GPS engineers in the world are intentionally coordinating to mislead the public about the shape of the planet. From a prior odds perspective, the likelihood of a plot so enormous and intricate coming together out of all other conceivable possibilities is vanishingly small. But bizarrely, any demonstration of counterevidence, no matter how strong, just seems to cement their worldview further.

Certainly uncertain


If there is one thing Bayes can teach us to be certain of, however, it is that there is no such thing as absolute certainty of belief. Like a spaceship trying to reach the speed of light, a posterior likelihood can only ever approach 100 percent (or 0 percent). It can never exactly reach it.

And so, anytime we say or think, “I’m absolutely 100 percent certain!” — even for something as probable as our globe-shaped Earth — we’re not only being foolish, we’re being factually wrong. By that statement, we’re effectively saying there is no further evidence in the world, no matter how strong, that could change our minds. And that is as ridiculous as claiming, “I know everything about everything that could ever possibly happen in the universe, ever,” because there are always some unknown unknowns we cannot conceive of, no matter how knowledgeable and wise we think we are.

Which is why science never officially “proves” anything — it just seeks evidence to improve or weaken current theories until they approach 0 percent or 100 percent. This should serve as a reminder that we should always remain open to the possibility of changing our minds if strong enough evidence emerges. And most importantly, we must remember to see our deepest beliefs for what they ultimately are: just another prior probability, floating in a sea of uncertainty.

The original article on Bayes" Theorem was written by Liv Boeree, a science communicator and TV host specializing in astrophysics, rationality, and poker

Friday, December 7, 2018

You never feel bad about what you think you feel bad about

Homo Sapiens, as a species, is pretty messed up. Everything sets its emotions off, and the specimen gets all emotional, angry, afraid, violent, or sad and depressed.

This emotional reactivity makes getting things done near impossible, learning, or having people together pretty hopeless.

Almost all diseases are a consequence of this phenomenon... people eat to soothe themselves. People eat to eat another out of their fortune. People eat to feel superior. People eat to get some enjoyment out of life.

And they eat to fix the damage that overeating caused, and do all kinds of unnecessary things to reduce the damage.
  • They have a huge industry that is designed to make you more miserable, sway you this way and that.

  • Another one to attack the first... so they can sway you that way or this.

  • And a third, a fourth, a fifth... 90% of all resources are controlled by these industries to the "benefit" of the emotionally easy to sway populace...


Everything sounds like a death sentence that comes out of the mouth of... not babes, humans.
  • Snow storm is coming on Friday... and there is a respectful silence in the room... death.

  • Trump said something stupid... respectful silence... death is coming.

  • I don"t feel like doing anything... subdued silence... death is certainly coming.

This, by the way, isn"t a parody, isn"t a funny piece, even though it is ridiculous, like the pea princess feeling the pea seven mattresses down the line.


It is the result of careful DNA selection: the most emotional get to have the most offspring: they have nothing else to do. No work, no responsibilities... just fornicate... yes.

On closer examination, the aberrant, irrational behaviors are caused by an optical illusion.


Fears seem to bring all the undesirable future into focus... while pleasure or desire make all the future disappear and bring only the immediate into focus... except when it"s a desire trap... But let"s talk about desire traps later, to keep the picture clean...

This optical delusion, this weird alternate focus causes the human to consistently cut the tree branch he stands on... or lose hope and aliveness on slight discomforts that are of a passing nature, like the snow storm or a bad mood.

You can see that humanity with this predilection for erroneous behavior and conclusions, with this inability to look at reality is digging its own grave.

Another interesting aspect is that each specimen can see the other one doing it, while cannot see it on himself... another optical delusion.

It is as if seven-eight billion people wore some distorting optical lenses over their perfectly perfect eyes.

So what is the mechanism that allows for this condition to carry over from generation to generation, even though none of the physical sensors are faulty?

The first person who cracked this conundrum open was a Hungarian engineer, Gyozo Margoczi... in his two books, Feelings, and Words.


The culprit is what made this species human, but what is making it self-destructive now: language.

Before language, you have all your perception organs, "Most people are familiar with five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. However, we also receive input through two additional senses: The vestibular sense, or movement and balance sense, gives us information about where our head and body are in space." ((science is discovering more senses that inform the organism about its internal state: a) The Vestibular Sense
b) Sense of Proprioception
c) Interoception!
d) Neuroception. Read up on these... if you want to.)) and they were relied upon, in addition to the learning from the elders... Because interpreting the signals from the sense organs is not all that easy.

My favorite animated movie showing that is White Fang... showing how learning takes place when the only information source is the sense organs.

Humans are anatomically perfect, but behaviorally grossly imperfect...


...and it is due to the language phenomenon, where reality is replaced, displaced with words, that the meaning of them is dubious, vague, imprecise at best, and depends, largely, on learned, honed abilities through play, sports, and schooling and reading.

Animals learn that everything is in the moment, and means mighty little about the future... while other things mean a lot about the future but mighty little about the moment.

This distinction, for homo sapiens, the talking human, is missing, over-written, and therefore seems the opposite.

Here is how it works for homo sapiens:

1. Someone says: that was stupid... or you did that wrong... or that dress makes you look fat...


The remarks are about the moment. The action, the thinking, the dress...

The distorted perception, the learned process says, instead: you are stupid and you will be always stupid. You are hopeless, and you are always going to be ugly, fat, and no one will ever like you.

The sneaking into the moment the words "never, ever, forever, always" are doing the distortion. It is hard to notice, it is so automatic.

And a normal homo sapiens never thinks of asking: what was really said? What is the reality? What did really happen?

Instead they go to the meaning... straight, seamlessly, without any conscious thinking, reason... any.

It is as if you were driving a car where they switched the brake pedal for the gas pedal... deadly...

But the switch happens on the words level... so you can never figure it out, and every time you need the brake, you crash your vehicle and your life.

2. The second way is bringing what you can describe, imagine, as if it were already real, needing no effort, no work, no conscious thought.

Example: you have a cold, the flu, sore throat... Something. First you see yourself dead... with the always/never combination of words. Then, after three days, you stop taking your antibiotics, because you are already well enough, you go back to work, and infect the rest of the office...

Example 2: You take a class, like the Playground.


One session a month, four partner sessions... piece of cake. You take notes during the session, have inane ordinary conversations with your partner, and fancy yourself ready, wondering why the class doesn"t make a difference.

After all you heard and understood what happened, what I said... so you are good and ready, knowledgeable, and now you wonder why I am stretching it out to a year long course, just give me the 12 sessions, and I"ll be done in a week...

You have no inkling that it"s a process, that it"s a process where every step is hard, and "unnatural" to you, and understanding is not only booby prize, it is the way you are duped into fancying yourself high and mighty while you are low and a weakling.

You are afraid to ask clarifying questions for fear that I"ll think you stupid... while you remain stupid... perpetuating exactly what you are most afraid of...

Humans are irrational, and it all comes from the words that you don"t know you are using, and of the words that you misunderstand, and therefore react as if they meant forever... or never... make you feel doomed.

In the Playground, a year long course, the goal is to disengage the tyranny of this illusion that words are important, that words are all important... and that your emotions are valid... at all.

The goal of the course if to take you back where the distorting lenses come off your eyes and you are able to see, astutely, what is, what is going on, what is real, so you can act in response accurately, effectively, and smartly.

It is taking you back to the point where humanity, the human race, was hijacked into this dead end path, homo sapiens, and you will be poised to take the Original Design path towards Human Being... where instead of tricky words from the outside, you"ll be guided by beingness... the state YOU can alter, like you can alter the pitch of the sound of a guitar... yourself.

That is the goal of the Playground...


I see that being supervised is more important than I thought... and listening in to your partner calls is mandatory, however time consuming it is for me.

PS: I promised to look at the underlying distortion of the Desire Trap... so here it is:


because you have words, and you listen to them as if they meant forever, always, etc. you talk yourself into looking at the end of a long and potentially arduous process as if it were now... and you have the ability to indulge in it, walk around in it, as if it were real.

As an architect, this ability is mandatory for designing buildings, but is detrimental if you consider it the end goal... no building, no foundation, no workers, no blueprint, no effort is necessary.

This, being enslaved by the desire trap is the main reason talented people don"t do anything with their lives.

The "I don"t have to practice it, it"s enough that I understood it once" is an offshoot of the desire trap, so students of mine who don"t do the work, they are trapped in the desire trap as well.

Considering the ability to understand, to imagine, to maybe even talk about something, gives people the illusion that they can do it.

Many so-called gurus are like that... they can"t do it, but they can talk about it. They sell you their courses, and you are stupid enough to buy them.

I muscle tested the Starting Point measurements of the guru whose course I accidentally bought it two days ago. His vibration is 120. His accurate vocabulary is 300. the distance between what he thinks he can do and what he can actually do is 70%: unbridgeable.

This is your typical guru... all words, no substance.

PPS: My personal opinion is that the Neanderthal branch of human evolution was leading to Human Being, the Original Design, embedded in the DNA...


but the predatory nature of homo sapiens cased the extinction of the higher evolutionary stage of the Neanderthal...

Nothing to argue about... arguing is a typical homo sapiens move... worthless... behaving as if words meant, better words meant that you are right... lol.

PPPS: As I am looking for suitable picture for this article, I see another group of power... called the scientists...


who suggest that our physical characteristics are more important than what"s inside... that conquering disease is what dna research is about... and the rest is Okey... b.s.

That there is no difference between humans... I am getting sick to my stomach...

You never feel bad about what you think you feel bad about

Homo Sapiens, as a species, is pretty messed up. Everything sets its emotions off, and the specimen gets all emotional, angry, afraid, violent, or sad and depressed.

This emotional reactivity makes getting things done near impossible, learning, or having people together pretty hopeless.

Almost all diseases are a consequence of this phenomenon... people eat to soothe themselves. People eat to eat another out of their fortune. People eat to feel superior. People eat to get some enjoyment out of life.

And they eat to fix the damage that overeating caused, and do all kinds of unnecessary things to reduce the damage.
  • They have a huge industry that is designed to make you more miserable, sway you this way and that.

  • Another one to attack the first... so they can sway you that way or this.

  • And a third, a fourth, a fifth... 90% of all resources are controlled by these industries to the "benefit" of the emotionally easy to sway populace...


Everything sounds like a death sentence that comes out of the mouth of... not babes, humans.
  • Snow storm is coming on Friday... and there is a respectful silence in the room... death.

  • Trump said something stupid... respectful silence... death is coming.

  • I don"t feel like doing anything... subdued silence... death is certainly coming.

This, by the way, isn"t a parody, isn"t a funny piece, even though it is ridiculous, like the pea princess feeling the pea seven mattresses down the line.


It is the result of careful DNA selection: the most emotional get to have the most offspring: they have nothing else to do. No work, no responsibilities... just fornicate... yes.

On closer examination, the aberrant, irrational behaviors are caused by an optical illusion.


Fears seem to bring all the undesirable future into focus... while pleasure or desire make all the future disappear and bring only the immediate into focus... except when it"s a desire trap... But let"s talk about desire traps later, to keep the picture clean...

This optical delusion, this weird alternate focus causes the human to consistently cut the tree branch he stands on... or lose hope and aliveness on slight discomforts that are of a passing nature, like the snow storm or a bad mood.

You can see that humanity with this predilection for erroneous behavior and conclusions, with this inability to look at reality is digging its own grave.

Another interesting aspect is that each specimen can see the other one doing it, while cannot see it on himself... another optical delusion.

It is as if seven-eight billion people wore some distorting optical lenses over their perfectly perfect eyes.

So what is the mechanism that allows for this condition to carry over from generation to generation, even though none of the physical sensors are faulty?

The first person who cracked this conundrum open was a Hungarian engineer, Gyozo Margoczi... in his two books, Feelings, and Words.


The culprit is what made this species human, but what is making it self-destructive now: language.

Before language, you have all your perception organs, "Most people are familiar with five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. However, we also receive input through two additional senses: The vestibular sense, or movement and balance sense, gives us information about where our head and body are in space." ((science is discovering more senses that inform the organism about its internal state: a) The Vestibular Sense
b) Sense of Proprioception
c) Interoception!
d) Neuroception. Read up on these... if you want to.)) and they were relied upon, in addition to the learning from the elders... Because interpreting the signals from the sense organs is not all that easy.

My favorite animated movie showing that is White Fang... showing how learning takes place when the only information source is the sense organs.

Humans are anatomically perfect, but behaviorally grossly imperfect...


...and it is due to the language phenomenon, where reality is replaced, displaced with words, that the meaning of them is dubious, vague, imprecise at best, and depends, largely, on learned, honed abilities through play, sports, and schooling and reading.

Animals learn that everything is in the moment, and means mighty little about the future... while other things mean a lot about the future but mighty little about the moment.

This distinction, for homo sapiens, the talking human, is missing, over-written, and therefore seems the opposite.

Here is how it works for homo sapiens:

1. Someone says: that was stupid... or you did that wrong... or that dress makes you look fat...


The remarks are about the moment. The action, the thinking, the dress...

The distorted perception, the learned process says, instead: you are stupid and you will be always stupid. You are hopeless, and you are always going to be ugly, fat, and no one will ever like you.

The sneaking into the moment the words "never, ever, forever, always" are doing the distortion. It is hard to notice, it is so automatic.

And a normal homo sapiens never thinks of asking: what was really said? What is the reality? What did really happen?

Instead they go to the meaning... straight, seamlessly, without any conscious thinking, reason... any.

It is as if you were driving a car where they switched the brake pedal for the gas pedal... deadly...

But the switch happens on the words level... so you can never figure it out, and every time you need the brake, you crash your vehicle and your life.

2. The second way is bringing what you can describe, imagine, as if it were already real, needing no effort, no work, no conscious thought.

Example: you have a cold, the flu, sore throat... Something. First you see yourself dead... with the always/never combination of words. Then, after three days, you stop taking your antibiotics, because you are already well enough, you go back to work, and infect the rest of the office...

Example 2: You take a class, like the Playground.


One session a month, four partner sessions... piece of cake. You take notes during the session, have inane ordinary conversations with your partner, and fancy yourself ready, wondering why the class doesn"t make a difference.

After all you heard and understood what happened, what I said... so you are good and ready, knowledgeable, and now you wonder why I am stretching it out to a year long course, just give me the 12 sessions, and I"ll be done in a week...

You have no inkling that it"s a process, that it"s a process where every step is hard, and "unnatural" to you, and understanding is not only booby prize, it is the way you are duped into fancying yourself high and mighty while you are low and a weakling.

You are afraid to ask clarifying questions for fear that I"ll think you stupid... while you remain stupid... perpetuating exactly what you are most afraid of...

Humans are irrational, and it all comes from the words that you don"t know you are using, and of the words that you misunderstand, and therefore react as if they meant forever... or never... make you feel doomed.

In the Playground, a year long course, the goal is to disengage the tyranny of this illusion that words are important, that words are all important... and that your emotions are valid... at all.

The goal of the course if to take you back where the distorting lenses come off your eyes and you are able to see, astutely, what is, what is going on, what is real, so you can act in response accurately, effectively, and smartly.

It is taking you back to the point where humanity, the human race, was hijacked into this dead end path, homo sapiens, and you will be poised to take the Original Design path towards Human Being... where instead of tricky words from the outside, you"ll be guided by beingness... the state YOU can alter, like you can alter the pitch of the sound of a guitar... yourself.

That is the goal of the Playground...


I see that being supervised is more important than I thought... and listening in to your partner calls is mandatory, however time consuming it is for me.

PS: I promised to look at the underlying distortion of the Desire Trap... so here it is:


because you have words, and you listen to them as if they meant forever, always, etc. you talk yourself into looking at the end of a long and potentially arduous process as if it were now... and you have the ability to indulge in it, walk around in it, as if it were real.

As an architect, this ability is mandatory for designing buildings, but is detrimental if you consider it the end goal... no building, no foundation, no workers, no blueprint, no effort is necessary.

This, being enslaved by the desire trap is the main reason talented people don"t do anything with their lives.

The "I don"t have to practice it, it"s enough that I understood it once" is an offshoot of the desire trap, so students of mine who don"t do the work, they are trapped in the desire trap as well.

Considering the ability to understand, to imagine, to maybe even talk about something, gives people the illusion that they can do it.

Many so-called gurus are like that... they can"t do it, but they can talk about it. They sell you their courses, and you are stupid enough to buy them.

I muscle tested the Starting Point measurements of the guru whose course I accidentally bought it two days ago. His vibration is 120. His accurate vocabulary is 300. the distance between what he thinks he can do and what he can actually do is 70%: unbridgeable.

This is your typical guru... all words, no substance.

PPS: My personal opinion is that the Neanderthal branch of human evolution was leading to Human Being, the Original Design, embedded in the DNA...


but the predatory nature of homo sapiens cased the extinction of the higher evolutionary stage of the Neanderthal...

Nothing to argue about... arguing is a typical homo sapiens move... worthless... behaving as if words meant, better words meant that you are right... lol.

PPPS: As I am looking for suitable picture for this article, I see another group of power... called the scientists...


who suggest that our physical characteristics are more important than what"s inside... that conquering disease is what dna research is about... and the rest is Okey... b.s.

That there is no difference between humans... I am getting sick to my stomach...