Never Talk About a Point Your Are Implementing

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tylersr
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Never Talk About a Point Your Are Implementing

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Here I am specifically talking about this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzhvUEidNjo which is even included in the guidelines for participation in this forum.

How are you supposed to publish self-commitment statements and not violate this statement?

I'm having trouble reconciling the message within that video and the entire purpose of this platform, which is to share our writings and videos as documentation and support?

Arizona
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i presume that it's a good guideline to not "timeloop" as it's easy to create just as many programmed views and there is time in the day, and thus you'd never move. I think i've seen it in my life too where it has completely destroyed me, it's like in the older interviews where they talked about "does speaking manifest things into existence?". I think with some time looking at what others are doing around desteni adds much perspective to this as well.

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Cool that you pushed yourself to see a supportive meaning in it. To me it is about being able to share more of how I have applied a certain change consistently enough to prove to myself it works and I can in fact implement such change in my life. But its ok if one wants to share each day of that process of implementing it to see where are the self sabotage points and to commit to change them from that point on.

I agree this is about not timelooping in the same and repeating the same words without visible active change.

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Re: Never Talk About a Point Your Are Implementing

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Marlen wrote: 02 Jul 2020, 16:33 Cool that you pushed yourself to see a supportive meaning in it. To me it is about being able to share more of how I have applied a certain change consistently enough to prove to myself it works and I can in fact implement such change in my life. But its ok if one wants to share each day of that process of implementing it to see where are the self sabotage points and to commit to change them from that point on.

I agree this is about not timelooping in the same and repeating the same words without visible active change.
Hey, Marlen !

I just watched this video today and I was planning on doing self commitment statements aloud on points I’m planning to ‘implement’ into my life, lol. I also wrote sf/sc statements prior. This video is causing some confusion as it’s one I’ve never seen.

Is Bernard basically saying to implement change first, what ever that ‘point’ may be that needs change in regards to their life ? Do what ever necessary changes is needed, and based on how that goes, then write about it ?

I’m assuming there’s points in a persons life that they may need to write about/open up for clarity/direction prior to knowing what sort of action/change is even needed to begin with.

Is there any examples or hypothetical examples that could be given ? Any support on this would be really helpful because it’s caused a mindfuck.

Thanks!!!

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Luc
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Re: Never Talk About a Point Your Are Implementing

Post by Luc »

I think what B meant in it’s simplest form is that we can only get across supportive texts if we in fact have already supported ourselves through such writing points.

Makes sense as any practise in life. When I look to build a house, I will likely read the posts of those who have gone through the process and knows the ins and outs.

I think overall it’s encouraged to write regardless if you are at the start, middle or end of a point you are working on. Participants writing when at the end of a point they are working on will probably hold valuable information that can assist another more efficiently.

All the best! Cheers

Luc

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