Our ultimate aim is to become fully conscious and capable as unique individual expressions of All That Is.
This is very catchy… titillating even. I read this on a blog talking about the reincarnated soul… Barry McGuiness: personal vibration: 170. Truth value of teaching: 4%.
People look at spiritual work as titillating, and that is why nothing happens as a result of the “work” they do. ((
Work is always painful. Work is never “nice”, never an experience, never passive. The soul isn’t doing the work, and the world’s people consciousness isn’t like the Bell Curve…
It’s more like 99.99999999999999% of humanity is unconscious, and has scarcely any spiritual capacities working for them.
SOURCE: http://www.yourvibration.com/23023/our-ultimate-aim-is-to-become-fully-conscious-and-capable/ click to continue reading
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.
Download the pdf version of this article at the end of the article
SOURCE: click to continue reading
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.
SOURCE: http://www.yourvibration.com/29901/requirements-for-healing/ click to continue reading
Let’s talk about DNA… frauds, misinformation, bull crap
I am reading Eric Pearl’s book, something or other Reconnection.
The book has a 2% truth value. Which means that 98 percent of it is untrue. And 20% of it is deliberate lie… the rest is delusion, tree of knowledge, etc.
I read the book on Kindle, and I am at 40% in reading it.
I am reading it as a novel, a fantastical story, and as such, it is funny, witty…
He meant it as telling the truth, and teaching how to heal people…
SOURCE: https://www.yourvibration.com/20251/eric-pearl/ click to continue reading
Kabbalah the way the Kabbalah Centre teaches it: Truth value: 10%
If you take out god, and incarnation, karma, law of attraction, etc., all the religious connotations: 19%
Compare the 19%
Compare it with the Old Testament: Truth value less than 1%
Compare it with the New Testament: Truth value less than 1%
Compare it with The Law of Attraction: Truth value less than 1%
Indian scriptures: Truth value 2%
Obviously your best bet is to read Kabbalah books, but to read them with the capacity of Discernment, also known as Astuteness, Mental Acuity, so you can allow the not true things to be there, but soak up the truth that is 19%.
So, obviously, Kabbalah doesn’t have all the truth. It has 19%.
The truth value of what I teach is 70%, so I don’t have all the truth either.
Does reading what I write give you 70% of the truth? I wish. You can’t get it, don’t get it, for two reasons:
SOURCE: https://www.yourvibration.com/20163/should-you-read-kabbalah-i-mean-popular-kabbalah-kabbalah-the-way-the-kabbalah-centre-teaches-it/ click to continue reading
I am a foreigner. I learned the English words, one by one, but I started to learn the being associated, the being meant by some words when I was 38 and started the work of transformation.
The first being word I looked into was generosity. I was still a beginner at distinguishing.
Distinguishing is the art of precision, what it is and what it isn’t. What it isn’t distinguishes something a lot better than trying to explain what it is. Interesting, isn’t it?
I had to learn the hard way what generosity isn’t, how “generosity” can and does make enemies of friends, destroys you in the process, while it builds your ego to sky high.
The second being word was authenticity. Not much can be found anywhere about that being, because it is near extinct, because authenticity flies in the face of what society wants of you: society wants you to suppress who you really are, and pretend to be part of the group… to want what “they” want, not what you want.
The tribes that live near the North Pole have lots of words for snow. Syracuse people have one: snooow… that is pronounced with a guttural growl.
Tailors of suits can tell the type of black fabric they are looking at, though, for most people black is black.
A Sherlock Holmes can tell, from a little bit of ash, what kind of cigarette a person smoked.
But us, mere unconscious mortals, have a difficult time telling things apart, telling hype from helpful suggestion, truth from fantasy, belief from fact.
I got an email today from a one-time teacher of mine, so I checked out Mary Morrissey (personal vibration: 200, truth value of her teaching: 250… that is to say 7% is true, 93% is made up, b.s., misleading, misinformation, crap)
I watched three videos, almost two hours total.
Click to read more vibrational reviews including the rest of this review
Revisited: What does the vibration number mean? Why are methodologies that actually help people rate low on the vibrational scale? I’ll compare and review the Dr. Bradley Nelson method, The Emotion Code, and the Avatar State Audios.
I just finished watching a few episodes of the Dr. Bradley Nelson show. Dr. Bradley Nelson is a showman, a great salesperson. I think it’s great: I wish I could be more like him doing the work I do. More people would flock to me.
Now, why is Dr. Bradley Nelson’s vibration as low as 190, occasionally as low as 170? Is he an unhappy person? Is this a case of the shoemaker who doesn’t have shoes?
The answer is no. I see two problems with his methodology that would result in such low vibration.
The problem isn’t as much his well-being, peace of mind, etc. as he isn’t in the business of empowering people. His methodology is to work through practitioners, and this model duplicates the system of the medical establishment, the church, the government.
In his system people are treated for an issue with a method that may work, by a practitioner who was “specially trained” to treat people with that method.
So people need to be sick for those practitioners to exist, which means his system perpetuates disease.
Continue reading “Vibrational Review: Dr. Bradley Nelson, The Emotion Code, and the Avatar State Audios… what’s the difference?”
I “met” my business/marketing teacher, Robert Plank, 37 years my junior, red-headed punk programmer genius at the time, in early 2009.
I wanted to learn php programming from him, because I didn’t know what I wanted to do in life, so learning programming sounded like a good idea.
I had been learning marketing, mindset, everything and anything… when you don’t know where you are going, every path takes you there… lol.
I remember being on the first webinar with him. I didn’t know I was an empath and I could feel the tension between the two partners like my own, and I was rooting for Robert. He stammered, he talked to fast, he was eager and loved teaching!
I could not learn anything in the first course, nothing in the second course, ditto the third course, but I was coming back.
Then on the fourth course I could do three out of the 10 assignments, and I knew I found a home.
Doing the assignments is both a capacity issue and a mindset issue.
Continue reading “Ode to an exceptional teacher, Robert Plank”