Making the Invisible Visible
We've talked about a lot of my philosophies around this and a lot of invisible structures and things like that. And we've talked about everything from the concept of mind itself all the way through these paradigms and these pendulums and these programs, but how can we take the knowledge and make it actionable. How can we make it into true power? And for this I have five tenets I've developed that will help you to start thinking about your world in a different way where you can reorganize your mind and emotions into ways that are more suitable to you. And the first way is adopting the My Word is Law into your life. Look, when you tell yourself you're going to do something and you don't do it, you lose internal confidence in yourself that negates your hard work and it negates your ability to tell yourself truth in the future. The more you tell yourself you're gonna do something and then don't do that thing, the less you believe yourself, the less you understand the power of your own word...
. You have to adopt a focus and a position in your life where you say, My Word is Law. So for instance, a lot of people say they want to give up smoking. Let's say they are smoking cigarettes, they don't want to smoke cigarettes anymore. And they say, "All right, next week I'm quitting. "Next week I'm quitting." And of course, Monday rolls around and they don't quit. Now, the more you say that you're quitting and you don't quit, the harder it is for you to believe yourself when you tell yourself for the third, fourth, fifth time that you're gonna quit. So the easiest way for you to overcome this is to be transparent with yourself and say, "I'm not ready to quite yet." Think about this. No one ever tells you this. No one ever tells you it's okay to say you're not ready to do something, especially if it's important, something you should be doing. I'm not ready to lose weight yet. I'm not ready to start looking for a new job yet, whatever your thing is. But if you were to step back and say, "Listen, I'm not ready to quit smoking yet." And until you're ready, smoke as much as you want. Smoke yourself stupid, it doesn't really matter, right, because when you're ready and when you're actually honest with yourself and say, "It's time for me to quit," then make that decision that My Word is Law, and step into it, actually do it. There's no point in telling yourself that you're going to do something or not do something if you're then going to go back on your own word later. For this event, I was drinking a lot of Red Bulls trying to get this done, and I don't really drink Red Bull anymore, like, I don't really do energy drinks as much, anymore. And I said to myself, you know, I'm gonna not drink anymore Red Bulls for the rest of the week. And then I said to myself, well, the presentation is on Monday, it's only Saturday. I'm probably gonna have at least two more, realistically. So why tell myself I'm not gonna have anymore and then say, oh, here I am, here's Daniel going to get another one, and reneging on my own word. It's better if I say, you know what? I'm gonna let myself have two more for the weekend, and that way I know I can make a definitive choice that when it's time to be don, My Word is Law, I'm done. And I've had one more since then, thank you. That's the first tenet. The second tenet is recognizing the fundamental flaw with the more mindset. This really goes back to the dot puzzle. There's always gonna be more. There's always gonna be a dot that gets uncovered or that gets unaccounted for, right. And once you understand that, you'll realize that there's a fundamental flaw in your reaching for more. And it's that there is really no more because there is no way that things should or shouldn't be. If you were to die right now with everything you have as it is, there isn't anything else you should have done with your life, if you're comfortable and aligned with yourself to the point that you are right now. You should get to the point where you feel like you can die and there's nothing else that should be done. It doesn't mean that you've accomplished all your highest dreams, it means that there's no way else that you should be being or living, right? And there is no more. And once you realize that, it becomes easier to live. But then again, you have to step into a new paradigm and realize that there's a different way of thinking about life that doesn't require you to label things as should or shouldn't. This is a really important one. You have to get to the point where you're no longer involved with the need to know. You don't need to know what's coming next in your life in order to be successful. A lot of people get so much anxiety around feeling like they need to know the future, feeling like they need to tell the future, feeling like they should be worried about what's gonna happen next. For you to become powerful, you have to get to a point where it doesn't matter what comes in front of you, you know that you're confident and secure enough in yourself to handle the challenges that come your way and as a result, you'll be excited about the surprises that come, even if there are, sometimes, high points and low points, because you are the thing moving through life. It's not life smacking you around and affecting you in all these different ways, it's you stepping through life confidently and calmly, stepping into the sea of change and making these decisions. And when you're no longer involved in the need to know, the need to know what's gonna happen next, things get much calmer internally, you're not affected by the paradigms, the pendulums or the programs, because you can step in knowing that you have a solid base in yourself. It's really hard to operate from a sense of needing to know, because we have so much anticipation built up around what we think we want to accomplish in life, but you have to realize that even the things you want to accomplish might not happen, and great things still might happen, but you won't know that until you get there. And the way that you understand this point internally is to realize that there are many things that happen to you up to this point in your life, that you didn't expect, they were unexpected, both good and bad, that you still stepped into, you still dealt with, because you're still here. So there's no way and no reason for you to know what's gonna happen next, because you're confident in yourself. You don't need to have the world act just as it should in order for you to be successful, you're already successful internally, you're already strong internally, and that power is what's gonna create the energy to perpetuate you through life, not that the world needs to acquiesce to your demands and needs to do exactly what you want it to do, but that you're the one who's creating the change from a place of security and solidity. And second to last is stepping outside of the dimension of average and turning pro. And the dimension of average is standard programming, and so this goes back to again pushing yourself into the unknown and no longer accepting the idea of feeling average, both physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, financially, no longer accepting the average programming of, you know, I roll out of bed and I'm still tired. I eat the same foods every day. I spend hours scrolling on social media. No longer accepting the fact that that average has to be your reality. And it's not easy, because there's lots of competing influence for your mind and for that programming. But you have to be willing, as someone looking to grow in their power to step outside of that average. There is no power inside of the average. That's the literal definition, is the ability to transcend the average that will make you powerful. And it doesn't also mean that you're going to crap on people who are average. People evolve at their own pace, and so it's not your job to necessarily pull them along. Again, we're becoming beacons of light, we're becoming lighthouses, we're becoming North Stars, for people to be led by us through our example, not necessarily through our pressure. Last but not least, recognizing true alignment when it occurs. Again, the world can literally feel when someone in complete alignment with themselves steps into the room. There are people who you might have met, maybe they are like spiritual leaders, or they're like, someone like the Rock, even. When the Rock steps into a room, you feel that energy, you know. And he's not putting on a show, that's who he is. When someone who is truly aligned with who they are and what they're about steps into the room, it creates literally a zone of genius around them. And the world responds to that. So if you're ever wondering how to create that affect in others, you have to again align your image with what you're doing and what you're being. You have to recognize when the alignment occurs. One thing I'll say is that one of the most valuable lessons I've learned is how to figure out when something is not right. We're always looking for the thing that's right, where's the thing, where should I go next, what's the right move, what's the next best move. But learning how to eliminate the things that aren't right is far more important than learning how to eliminate what things are right. Because if you can eliminate the things that aren't right, the things that are right will come to you naturally. Yeah? Yeah? Because again, you're shedding the excess weight of things that are not meant for you and you're allowing for the things that are meant for you to come into place. And as you act in alignment, those things are drawn towards you because of the things that you say, because of the things that you do, because of the people that you meet, right? So you have to recognize when that true alignment occurs and recognize when it's time to shed. So three-bullet point review, baby. Mental power is determined by the speed at which you can bring a thought from idea to reality. I'm an author, so a thought. Invisible structures bleed your power. All the invisible structures we talked about are things that sap you of your power and we have to learn to shed them. And building positive programs is a foundational first step. So understanding these programs is key to creating this new reality. And I will give you some books. Three books I think you should pick up, Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland, Principles by Ray Dalio, required reading. The Last Word on Power. You're never gonna hear about this book online except if I tell you, because it's very obscure and you're gonna need that book, so write that down.