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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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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by MyCanvas -
Good to read Roger.  Thanks for sharing.  

The point that one addresses what's in front of them has worked well for me while clean slating the various chart positions.  Some of these Levels of Existence just seem to run and run and run with wins and wins and wins.  
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Success, Prosperity and Happiness / Re: THE CHART OF ASCENSION
Last post by Kara M. -
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
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Since this topic proved to spark interest, and I did say I'd post the other related presentation I put together for ISPI on the subject of our abilities and how they relate . . . here 'tis.

Copied right now is the promotional piece I had for the conference, and attached is the hand-out I gave attendees to my actual live presentation. (M&

Wednesday, April 24, 3:30 PM--5:00PM    Suite 1, 3rd floor, Conference Center

ABILITY: THE VITAL ASSET
Roger Boswarva, Ability Consultants Inc.

Corporate performance, corporate team performance, individual executive and champion athlete performance all depend for success on the same innate human abilities that are manifest in the essence of each of us. These innate abilities have now been delineated and can be addressed, with proven processes, for enhancement as to facility and power of application to yield improved performance. This presentation contains recent breakthroughs that are the culmination of forty years of research into human performance enhancement.

Participants will participate and learn:
  • ·A delineation of the innate basic abilities we each possess that can be addressed for improvement and expansion for greater facility, power and accuracy of application.
  • ·What can be done to bring about these improvements and upgrade of abilities.
  • ·Sample Performance Analysis Grids which can be used to analyze completeness of performance in the sequence of abilities required for successful outcomes.
  • ·Live audience participation in some of the processing actions which can be learned and applied to upgrade abilities and improve performance (positive processing of specific abilities for improvement); plus live demonstrations of what impairs ability and how barriers to optimum performance can be removed (an example of removing a negatively impacting barrier to performance).
  • ·Case study results and bottom-line dollar benefits from such performance technology application. (Example: an international life insurance/investment company's already highly trained sales-consulting team improved sales 163.34% in six weeks.  But it was not their sales training or selling techniques that were addressed; instead, their abilities to use the training and experience they already had was addressed.  What was addressed were the basic abilities employed when present with a clientExample: what has been the cost to the Xerox Corporation of its failure to correctly conceive of applications and follow through on its inventions of the Personal Computer, the computer mouse and pull-down menus, and the laser-printer?)
  • An extensive question and answer period, and use of the hand-out samples of performance tools.
Level: All

Roger E. Boswarva, Chairman and Founding Partner of Ability Consultants, Inc. and Management Science Associates, is a management scientist of forty years experience in corporate, executive, and champion athlete performance improvement and a former Australian swimming champion.  As a Fellow of the British Institute of Management he conducted management training and led seminars and symposia on executive and corporate performance for both the BIM and the Management Center Europe based in Brussels.  His An Analytical Survey of Industrial Relations was published in 1980 by International Management Services, A.G.

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Attached is my actual presentation hand-our piece:





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I totaly can see it and agree.
I was lucky early on to have developed the skill to separate the being in front of me from its current scenario and drama and see beyond and at the "true being". The moment this "true being" is reached from another beings pristine intention (or Love/Agape), all the cultural scenario and drama stops or fades and an exchange of high quantities of affinity is possible. For many it's the first time they've been seen and/or touched/reached this way. And people remember you after years as these moments/incidents are very dear to them. (For sure they've been at the right time in the right place last time you met them.)
One of my little brothers asked me some moths ago how come I know people everywhere I go as they greet me and light up when I come in. I really had no answer for him he could work with... It's one of the divine/god-like attributes that can't be easily explained intelectually but needs to be tapped into, practiced and gradiently expanded. 

Kind regards, 
Christian
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Yes, I agree, presence alone, reaching out to the guy and good 2-Way-Comm is the basic that can go a long way. Can get quite magical.
I remember in the early 2000s I used to drive by bus from a training facility home and I was new in the city and have not yet "labeled" all the different individuals I met on the bus (not that I did later on, I tend to take people as individuals). I went in 2WC with one after the other, whoever was there, every day on my way home I would engage in conversation. Making space first, fill up with presence and then see who would go in touch, smiling, then greeting. After a while I knew and talked to so many people and sometimes we had so much spirit and (positive) laughter going on, the bus seemed to levitate :-D
It was nothing special about what I have done. When I look at it now, I'd say it was all because I was truly and genuinely interested in what they had to say and was willing to honor what they are being. My prime interest was to add something to the scene so that it becomes more uptone.

Regards,
Christian
Yep . . . as I have written elsewhere on our Forum, this is my daily exercise in the environment, particularly when V and I do our shopping rounds on Saturday mornings.

My objective (intent) is to upgrade the mood level and condition of all the folks along they way.

And what is interesting to observe is that all sorts of folks, some of whom I've never stopped to have a conversation with, cheer up when they see me and V and initiate the "good day" traffic.  One guy in particular is routinely hosing down the sidewalk outside the NYU Building, and I've never stopped to chat as we've always been on a schedule against time, but simply because I acknowledged him for what he is doing, pointing out "good job getting rid of the dog piss!" he simply lights up when he sees us.

Life is a sweet song when you truly engage in the upgrading of your environment using our tech basics . . . and what is more basic than the simple honoring of the presence of another and intentional upgrading of their mood with a friendly little communication particle!!!!?
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Yes, I agree, presence alone, reaching out to the guy and good 2-Way-Comm is the basic that can go a long way. Can get quite magical.
I remember in the early 2000s I used to drive by bus from a training facility home and I was new in the city and have not yet "labeled" all the different individuals I met on the bus (not that I did later on, I tend to take people as individuals). I went in 2WC with one after the other, whoever was there, every day on my way home I would engage in conversation. Making space first, fill up with presence and then see who would go in touch, smiling, then greeting. After a while I knew and talked to so many people and sometimes we had so much spirit and (positive) laughter going on, the bus seemed to levitate :-D
It was nothing special about what I have done. When I look at it now, I'd say it was all because I was truly and genuinely interested in what they had to say and was willing to honor what they are being. My prime interest was to add something to the scene so that it becomes more uptone.

Regards,
Christian
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I thought I'd throw something out there, Roger! You said that 'People too often think they will only get the gains they seek by using the most heavy duty, bazooka-type, A-Bomb power processes ... big goof.' I would say this point is overlooked by many! One of the biggest blowouts I've had (and I don't generally shoot for blowouts) was from a basic 2 Way Comm process! It was just that...  good flow and I held my position... 2WC works across a broad spectrum and this particular time, it was quite amazing!

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