A solution to knowing what you want, then knowing or not knowing what to do but not doing anything, anyway, may first require seeing the source of the problem. I don’t buy the fear theory either. I suspect the fear story only adds fuel to the fire for most people and increases the crazy. Anything that keeps the unconscious mind in charge makes the unconscious happy. Did you catch the clue?
The path keeping the unconscious mind happy may not be a workable path. Some insist we only need to retrain her. That requires hours of committed work and what if the new rules, habits and patterns, always based on some past thought process, are insufficient for your new future but especially for right now? I know you have to do something and anything is better than nothing. OH! Another way to keep the subconscious happy I suspect.
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Stopping any of my automatic habitual routines seems to knock me into ‘now’. Last week I spent three continuous days fasting. The middle 48 hours was no talking, no TV, no emails, no internet, staying in the Silence. My experience told me eliminating all the usual routines, habits and distractions grants a more concentrated focus.
I discovered my somebody and nobody persona.
I focused on ‘out-here’ instead of the monologue ‘in-here’. I still spent my usual three hours a day of visualizing and imagining my unimaginable future, what I call what I don’t know that I don’t know. As has happened before when I ‘returned’ many things I have never seen before that was always there suddenly appear shocking and crystal-clear. Being ‘out-here’ NOW is the only place anything gets done! Results appear from a life lived on the court versus thinking in the stands. Knowing something in the stands…
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Last night saw another Twitter outage affecting users of both the mobile app and the web version of the social network. For some people the outage lasted almost and hour, but the issue was resolved by around midday PDT.
The disruption was an unfortunate side effect of some maintenance work being carried out by Twitter, as the company explained:
“During a planned deploy in one of our core services, we experienced unexpected complications that made Twitter unavailable for many users starting at 11:01am. We rolled back the change as soon as we identified the issue and began a controlled recovery to ensure stability of other parts of the service. The site was fully recovered by 11:47am PDT. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
While the outage was scarcely more than three-quarters of an hour, it was still an inconvenience for many, and could have had caused serious problems for some…
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