The Star Key Lab
The Star Key Lab
As a Transformation Linguistics researcher and practitioner, wanted to create small script books for those who practice Transformational Linguistic in their practice.
Book 1, Be Love is a short 30 page long ebook. Woven with simple inspirational linguistic patterns. And Book 2, Pointers to NowHere is for regular meditators and seekers on the path of Truth, Awakening and Samyakdnyan (wisdom of balance as espoused in Zen teachings). Though both of the books are light hearted and have carefully tried to avoid saying too much.
For those who seek the essence behind words, i recommend to read a little before meditation and also use post meditation for reflection.
Those who enjoy Haikus, would enjoy these subtle twists…
For those who are new to Transformational Linguistics or Multilayered writing, a simple tip is if you read with awareness, each reading will allow you to explore a deeper meaning and insight. Years of work in most concise, format.
Also those who walk the shamanic path, you can use both as “Reflective Reading” during Journey states or also for my Trance Music DJ friends, you can read out to your crowd, when your crowd has entered “the zone”.
Here are these, my small offering to humanity.
“You must read, you must persevere, you must sit up nights, you must inquire, and exert the utmost power of your mind. If one way does not lead to the desired meaning, take another; if obstacles arise, then still uanother; until, if your strength holds out, you will find that clear which at first looked dark.”
― Giovanni Boccaccio
1.) Whoever you are, or whatever is it that you do, when you really want something, it’s because that desire originated in the soul of the universe. When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.
2.) In the long run, what people think about us becomes more important than our own destinies.
3.) Don’t think what you have left behind. Everything is written on the soul of the world and there it will stay forever. If what one finds is of pure matter, it will never spoil. And one can always come back. If what you had found was only a moment of light, like the explosion of a star, you would find nothing on your return.”
4.) At a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what’s happening to us, and our lives become controlled by fate. That’s the world’s greatest lie.
5.) It’s the simple things in life that are the most extraordinary.
6.) The darkest hour of midnight comes just before dawn.
7.) When you possess great treasures within you, and you try to tell others of them, seldom are you believed.
So when you find the treasure. Just keep quiet. Shhhhh…said my teacher. For best things are given and received in silence
Wish you a great life, and may you choose to put the above ones in action. I put them to use, just for fun. To my surprise, I benefitted immensely and hence sharing.
Summarization credit goes to manishpandey.com http://www.manishpandey.com/2011/7-lessons-paulo-coelhos-the-alchemist-teaches-us/
No matter who you are, if you are seeking more clarity about what next in life. Or just want to sit back and reflect on what next for you, these could be handy and useful. If you want, you can Start Now.
Answer these 5 questions to start with
1. Who are you?
2. What do you love doing?
3. Who do you do it for?
4. What do those people want and need?
5. How do these people change as a result of you doing that?
Questions courtesy @AdamLeipzig
Answers to be written in comments section, same sequence n same number.
Rule number 1. In Masti ki paathshaala,
Just answer questions and then DO IT.
It is that simple. For god’s and my sake, dont complicate it.
Be happy. Be Mindful. Be love. Be mast. But above all, the secret of all leaders.
Be who you are and shine the brightest with all that you have.
Get used for good cause. Find work that fulfills you. Design life to have family and friends around you. You can do it. Trust me. All you need to do is simply begin.
An old sage Lao Tzu shared 2500 years ago, The journey of thousand miles, begins with a simple step. Would you like to take that step now? Just Do n C. n then just B n C.
When Joseph Campbell created the expression “follow your bliss,” he was reflecting an idea that seems to be very appropriate right now. In “The Alchemist,” this same idea is called “Personal Legend.” Alan Cohen, a therapist who lives in Hawaii, is also working on this theme. He says that in his lectures he asks those who are dissatisfied with their work and seventy-five percent of the audience raise their hands. Cohen has created a system of twelve steps to help people to rediscover their “blissful blessings” (he is a follower of Campbell):
1. Tell yourself the truth
Draw two columns on a sheet of paper and in the left column write down what you would love to do. Then write down on the other side everything you’re doing without any enthusiasm. Write as if nobody were ever going to read what is there, don’t censure or judge your answers.
2. Start slowly, but start
Call your travel agent, look for something that fits your budget; go and see the movie that you’ve been putting off; buy the book that you’ve been wanting to buy. Be generous to yourself and you’ll see that even these small steps will make you feel more alive.
3. Stop slowly, but stop
Some things use up all your energy. Do you really need to go that committee meeting? Do you need to help those who do not want to be helped? Does your boss have the right to demand that in addition to your work you have to go to all the same parties that he goes to? When you stop doing what you’re not interested in doing, you’ll realize that you were making more demands of yourself than others were really asking.
4. Discover your small talents
What do your friends tell you that you do well? What do you do with relish, even if it’s not perfectly well done? These small talents are hidden messages of your large occult talents.
Begin to choose. If something gives you pleasure, don’t hesitate. If you’re in doubt, close your eyes, imagine that you’ve made decision A and see all that it will bring you. Now do the same with decision B. The decision that makes you feel more connected to life is the right one – even if it’s not the easiest to make.
5. Don’t base your decisions on financial gain
The gain will come if you really do it with enthusiasm. The same vase, made by a potter who loves what he does and by a man who hates his job, has a soul. It will be quickly sold (in the first case) or will stay on the shelves (in the second case).
6. Follow your intuition
The most interesting work is the one where you allow yourself to be creative. Einstein said: “I did not reach my understanding of the Universe using just mathematics.” Descartes, the father of logic, developed his method based on a dream he had.
7. Don’t be afraid to change your mind
If you put a decision aside and this bothers you, think again about what you chose. Don’t struggle against what gives you pleasure.
8. Learn how to rest
One day a week without thinking about work lets the subconscious help you, and many problems (but not all) are solved without any help from reason.
9. Let things show you a happier path
If you are struggling too much for something, without any results appearing, be more flexible and follow the paths that life offers. This does not mean giving up the struggle, growing lazy or leaving things in the hands of others – it means understanding that work with love brings us strength, never despair.
10. Read the signs
This is an individual language joined to intuition that appears at the right moments. Even if the signs point in the opposite direction from what you planned, follow them. Sometimes you can go wrong, but this is the best way to learn this new language.
11. Finally, take risks!
The men who have changed the world set out on their paths through an act of faith. Believe in the force of your dreams. God is fair, He wouldn’t put in your heart a desire that couldn’t come true.
12. Be yourself and share generously
Thats the beginning of a life of dreams. Finally living your dream can easily be interpreted as being yourself unabashedly and offering your deepest gifts to those who seek it.