Almost any puzzle worth its name has a linchpin type of “catch”… that doesn’t look anything worth exploring.
It looks innocuous, unimportant, just like anything and everything else.
Whether it is physical puzzle or a mental puzzle, it has one catch…
In my growth I have faced and solved many puzzles.
The solution didn’t befall me like magic.
I wasn’t shown the solution to any of those.
I had to solve them, piecemeal, one by one.
The only things that got me through are
the ability to detach
enough misery for an army
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The first thinking brain, the genes driven brain creates a life of reactivity, full of fear, full of anxiety, full of sharp turns and devastating jerks. I’ve lived there… and I hated it.
The second thinking brain, the one that evaluates, reasons, figures stuff out, is slow and plodding, and hard work. Creates real solutions, keeps you out of trouble… but not really fun.
And then there is the third thinking brain… the work of thinking is done in the background, on the back burner, while the foreground is silent, resting, or busy learning something new..
That is where I live now.
I am getting a few questions about that, and I decided to tell you as much as I can see… the mechanism is largely hidden from my view… It is in the background…
I’ll use myself, and clients’ and students’ stuff as illustrations…
In the past month I saw more maturing, more “going to the next level” than I had seen in all my career as a coach.
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