This talk is called “How to Make Sense Out of Life.”
That’s what a lot of people are trying to do, to make sense out of life. If you’re one of those people, I have only one thing to say —- “Good Luck!”
Really, because life doesn’t make sense. It’s not logical; it’s not linear; it’s not supposed to make sense. And if you keep trying to make sense of it, you’ll just make yourself crazy. Trust me on that.
Life isn’t meant to make sense, life is meant to be experienced.
When you “make sense” of something, you end up in your head. But if you’re “experiencing” something, that’s another story.
And that’s where the Avatar course comes in, because what you experience in life, and the quality of those experiences comes from you.
It doesn’t come from outside circumstances, it comes from you, your consciousness, your judgments and your beliefs. So in order to successfully manage your life, you need to successfully manage your beliefs.
The tools you learn in Avatar training show you exactly how to do that. But remember, it’s always your choice, your decision.
Avatar training will teach you how to just “experience,” without thinking. Being able to just purely experience, now that’s magic. So let’s change the title of the talk to “How To Create Magic In Your Life!”
What you believe has consequences. Pretty much everybody agrees on that, and it seems like it could be a very useful idea.
So let’s explore some specifics, compare and contrast a few differing beliefs, and see what we can learn.
For instance, what if you discovered that you have the belief, “life is hard.” If so, that’s what you’ll experience in life, that things are really hard. Can you feel that? Has it ever happened to you?
What if, instead, you had the belief, “things always work out for me.” How would that feel?
What if you had the “life is hard” belief, but you’d rather have the “things always work out for me” belief? Are you stuck with the belief you already have? Not if you have the Avatar tools. The tools you learn in our Avatar course will help you discover the beliefs you currently have, and if you decide to change them, the tools show you how to do that, too.
Or how about this, what if you’re starting in Sales and Marketing, and you have the belief “I’m too shy to meet people?” Doesn’t seem so helpful, does it?
Is there a belief you’d rather have, one that could help you succeed? How about “I easily connect with people?” How does that feel?
Are you stuck with the “I’m too shy to meet people” belief? Not if you have the Avatar tools on your side
What if you have the belief “I’m cute and cuddly and can easily get mom’s attention?” That’s a great belief to have when you’re two years old. But if you still have that belief as you go in for your final interview at Google, it may not be ideal. Are you stuck with it? Not if you have the Avatar tools.
Beliefs are the building blocks of your life experience. If you have strong and helpful beliefs, that’s what you’ll experience in your life. If your beliefs are not helpful, and you have the Avatar tools, you can change and rearrange anything.
Using the Avatar tools is a skill. The more you work with them, the more skilled you become. The more you use them, the stronger they get and the stronger you’ll get.
You can carve this in stone. When you align your beliefs with your goals,and you use the Avatar tools to move into action, you will succeed.
Here’s the bonus: if we can make changes in ourselves, then others can change and evolve too. Soon the whole world will evolve. Isn’t that awesome?
We like to ask people one question, “Are you interested in improving the world?” If the answer is “yes,” Avatar has much to offer.
EXERCISE 4: COMPASSION EXERCISE
Objective: to increase the amount of compassion in the world.
Expected result: a personal sense of peace
Step 1: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is seeking some happiness for his/her life.”
Step 2: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is trying to avoid suffering in his/her life.”
Step 3: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person has known sadness, loneliness, and despair.”
Step 4: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is seeking to fulfill his/her needs.”
Step 5: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is learning about life.”
Here’s what Harry Palmer says:
“The mission of Avatar in the world is to catalyze the integration of belief systems. When we perceive that the only difference between us is our beliefs and that beliefs can be created or discreated with ease, the right and wrong game will wind down, a co-create game will unfold, and world peace will ensue…”
We invite everyone to join us.
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