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Yes, Carmel is right, Johnny.

It is a big and important question you have asked. . . . the best move, given your background would be for you and me to have a chat over Zoom.  That way we can ascertain "where you are at" in terms of all past activity along with what your attention might be on to handle.

You have my direct email . . . if you have Zoom (we prefer it to Skype) we should get on each others' Zoom contact list.

Rog
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@SpiritofPlay 
Thanks for your question.
This would be better handled via private message or email.
A place to start is by reviewing the information in "Registered member" section.
Or, you can use the search function to pull up posts connected to the subject or area you are interested in.
Best,
Carmel
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Excellent. Where would you suggest one get started from this approach?
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by Roger Boswarva -
Hah!  The latest area of charge/item to pop up was a mood of "fake mastery".  HOLY crap!.  Tons of TA, especially surrounding an old quasi-spiritual group I was enthralled with. 
Thought I'd share.  Very fun to run.

Can't stop laughing.

%V^
What a brilliant cognition . . . obviously worth a good belly laugh! (M& )?
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by MyCanvas -
Hah!  The latest area of charge/item to pop up was a mood of "fake mastery".  HOLY crap!.  Tons of TA, especially surrounding an old quasi-spiritual group I was enthralled with.  
Thought I'd share.  Very fun to run.

Can't stop laughing.

%V^
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by MyCanvas -

I like this:


It's also very easy to be negatively processed by someone who does not have the experience of, and thus no understanding or appreciation of, taking something to mastery.  It's something to be mindful of when listening to the feedback of others.

Carmel

I'm reminded of all the broke people giving me financial advice, the pot heads giving me career advice, and the rural know-it-alls sharing their wisdom steeped in alcohol, poverty, abuse and a mis-guided sense of honor.  
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by Carmel George -
I second the action of having the experience of taking something to mastery. 
Like Roger, I achieved mastery at a young age too, but my area was music.  Then I applied it to my previous area of science.

For me, one of the most valuable things about taking something to mastery is that is has not only helped me learn new areas faster, but its valuable with processing / coaching / teaching another, especially with selecting the correct gradient.

It also helps me with the appreciating the work others have done to attain success - I am able to see the parts one has had to work on to achieve their success.  It aids me in positively processing another.

It's also very easy to be negatively processed by someone who does not have the experience of, and thus no understanding or appreciation of, taking something to mastery.  It's something to be mindful of when listening to the feedback of others.

Carmel
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by Roger Boswarva -
MC wrote:
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Mastery requires practice and action. 

That's not to say that one can't attain mastery quickly.  There are some pretty amazing people out there.  There are also a lot of great tools in the Knowledgism toolbox.  My recent wins are more along the lines of ... if you want to learn to speak a foreign language you'll need to memorize the number system, the days of the week, how to tell time, how to introduce yourself, proper use of grammar, and you'll sound pretty awful for a while.
Yep!  It takes taking action . . . .

But there is also another key point to it . . . 1) select and articulate which/what power(s) abilities you need to bring to mastery, 2) prioritize which to address in what order (your choice), 3) deal with each one in its turn . . . by this I mean, don't neglect any while you specialize in one to the exclusion of the others, but do concentrate on bringing the one that you have prioritized to be addressed at any point in time . . . and the bonus is that, once you have attained mastery in/on any one thing,  you then have experienced the experience of having attained mastery . . .  and that is a VERY valuable experience to have understanding of.

Most folks have never experienced mastery of or in any one thing . . . and have no idea of how to upgrade to it nor any idea that it is an important, even imperative, thing to do.

I am lucky, I attained mastery in my chosen sport at a young age, and hence thereafter I always had a level of accomplishment to aspire to in all other things I wanted to do well at.

I do recommend this.

Rog
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by MyCanvas -
Well said Roger.  Been there, done that.

I've recently experienced major wins based on seeing where I really am and where do I really want to go and what will it really take to get there.

Having lived the delusion of hyped-up ability(and nothing to show for it) or the easy path to fabulous success, I tip my hat at a proper assessment of a viable path to improving one's lot.

Alan says in one of the tapes of an ascension state (I'm paraphrasing here), "Well, can you type?" 

Mastery requires practice and action.   

That's not to say that one can't attain mastery quickly.  There are some pretty amazing people out there.  There are also a lot of great tools in the Knowledgism toolbox.  My recent wins are more along the lines of ... if you want to learn to speak a foreign language you'll need to memorize the number system, the days of the week, how to tell time, how to introduce yourself, proper use of grammar, and you'll sound pretty awful for a while.

 :)
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by Roger Boswarva -
Hi Roger,

Thanks for posting this chart...I have not connected to it for years. Oh my...can see where my chaos is coming from now....darn low level identities.

Gotta get this stuff cleaned up and cleared out. I am bored at playing red zone games.

Although, I do have to give myself some credit...in that, I think I am in a new game....struggling at the bottom.

All is not lost....for sure.

Kara  ^?P
Well, my Sweet Kara, that is a hell of a lot better than being deluded and thinking one is some sort of "super star" while life about them is a disaster!
Honesty in recognizing "where one is at" is required for being able to truly upgrade conditions of existence . . . and hence, I see you'll make it! (K& (K& _`\|/´_ _`\|/´_

As we Aussies are wont to say:  "Goodonya!" (M&

Rog

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