Get to the point please
Please, get to the point
You might moan, complain, point your finger at someone, be angry or whatever, but get to the point, please. It’s easier to look at the speck in someone else’s eye and failing to see the plank in our eye. But what if there were no ‘someone else’? We are all one. All of us need food and drink. We are born and will die and have a body to take care of. Think of all the other things that we all have in common. Nevertheless, we function differently, whether you like it or not. So, please get to the point, so we can move on.
Wrap your arms around it
Yes, wrap your arms around it, by embracing the places you bump into, you can learn from it, instead of using it as an excuse to skip the issue and focus on the world around you. Give yourself the chance to become more of who you are. Even though this might sound vague, it isn’t at all: if you keep doing what you have been doing, you probably won’t get different results. Even when you like the results, why not change some behaviour, some thoughts and experience new reactions, new challenges and new realms so you get to know yourself even better. Wrap your arms around it and give yourself a break from what you already know.
Change of mind, change of heart
Usually, you can change your mind, but you can’t change your heart. If you get a heart transplant, there is a great chance that you’d act and think differently. The heart has a very specific memory, both physically and energetically. Every thought you have that isn’t in line with authentic truth does something with your heart. Not surprisingly, there is an immense amount of people suffering from heart problems. It’s not just the poor food we eat, it’s also the poor thoughts and intentions we have. Be aware of yourself in totality. Embracing yourself without considering everything won’t let you go to your tipping point. So please, get to the point. Are you with me right now, or did you drop out?
‘Fully in Tune’ will teach and guide you in having a direct conversation with yourself and others. You won’t get tricks, oh no. You will get life-long self-improvement by fine tuning, resulting in growing autonomy and strength. It is applicable both to individuals and groups, private persons and businesses. By having made countless mistakes during my life – I’m 53 years ‘old’ right now – I learned to have conversations with myself beyond the general level. By having this direct conversation with myself, I get to the point within myself, so I can be clear to you about what I want and need to be a worthwhile person this time around. If you keep telling me things other than what you REALLY should or could say, why do you demand so much effort of me to understand you? I invite you to have a direct conversation with both yourself and whoever you talk to so you’re completely clear. Let’s move on to the next level: Yes, get to the point, please.
By getting to the point within yourself and with others, you save a lot of time and effort during your life. When you start doing it, you will permit other people to do so themselves. This clear way of conversing will be very effective in every area.
Keep it simple,