Deliberate and conscious development can be magical, exciting, painful and frightening – sometimes all at once. That’s why I’m glad I have constructive techniques to help me in my own life.
My dream is to tell each and every person how unique they are and about the unused resource we humans have: our enormous capacity. My starting point is our brain. I understand that this is the key to greater understanding of who we are and the capacity that we have.
I believe in strengthened individuals in a strong fellowship. What that means? In short it means that when we have eliminated our dependence on outward appearances and feel secure being just what we are, we will be able to create a society in continuous development, with good solutions for everyone. That is how we were at birth, before we learned about what we should or should not be, or what we could or could not do. After birth is when the outer limits were put in place.
This may sound complicated, but after almost 30 years of research and development I’ve found a simple concept. And this is where I’ve encountered massive resistance, because we’ve been taught to be skeptical if something appears to be too easy, “It can’t be that easy.”
I always say that as long as we have a good intention, we should not be afraid to say what we think. Again, many have learned something else. “You must not stick your neck out and you shouldn’t think that you amount to anything.” If we want to create development and make changes, that is just what we need to do. Since my dream is to contribute to deliberate and conscious development of society, I must dare and take risks, even if others don’t understand what I’m saying.
That’s the reason why I started this blog as I did. It can be both painful and frightening when people tell you what and who you are, while not knowing anything about you.
In this new blog I plan to broach various themes that may seem challenging and cause a stir in some ways, but without challenges there can be no growth or development.
Welcome to a blog about deliberate and conscious development for stronger fellowship.