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This point is fascinating I have to say, this idea that when you are selling a product, that selling is generally considered a "bad thing" by the education system we are all brought up in. That's why we've all heard the saying "don't trust a sales person".
But this explains why people in the world who cannot sell, rarely get much money because as you grow into adulthood, you quickly learn that even though selling was defined to be a bad thing, that sales roles offer the most money and money is the god you must accumulate to live in Heaven right.
Then do you notice how when you are selling a product to a client that you don't know personally, then you think its "ok" to sell to that person, you can easily justify it for money. But when its someone you know personally, do you see how you get uncomfortable around selling to them?
Like you don't want to take money from that person you know personally for giving them a product/service, like you should be giving it to them for free or something. But when you know a product has value and in a world where we all acknowledge that the parameters of paying to receive a good/service is mutually agreed. So why would you not?
Always remember that if you don't sell to someone, then someone else will anyway, everyone is always being to sold to by someone. Fascinating also that within groups of wealthy friends, they generally will sell each other their business plans/ideas all the time, but middle class/poorer groups of friends will likely have more hesitancy and uncertainty around selling to friends for obvious reasons.
It really is amazing how the more words we know then the more our understanding of reality opens up, also amazing is how Ego and Fear taints this, creating all these limitations all over the place in our lives based on defending an idea/judgement of positive/negative polarity frictions.
I know with certainty that TechnoTutor benefits all Life. But let me ask you do you really know with certainty that the product you sell is guaranteed to help people? Do you actually live your passion through your role? If you are certain about these things then why would you not share that with anybody in your life?
If you are selling a product that you claim to believe in and are passionate about, but you are not sharing it with EVERYONE in your life, then it shows that you know in self-honesty its not necessarily going to benefit people and you are clearly not living your passion in your role. You know in self-honesty that you are living as a "snake oil sales person" so you feel guilty lying to your friends, spinning your usual bullshit lines to get the sale.
But when you truly know with certainty that what you are selling/sharing is truly best for all, that you are truly passionate for it, then you know in self-honesty that it has to be shared with everyone.
I have noticed through all the years of my selling career, this strange stigma around selling, so I took actions years back initially when I first located this issue in my mind/society.
Then over the past year I have sold to many friends and will sell to many more, because for me living my passion and sharing it is not actually selling.
Which highlights another point where our beingness, our resonance must be aligned to what we do in order to maximize our ability, because friend or not people can pick up when you are "selling to them" when you are are not really believing what you are saying, but when you really mean what you say, when you live your product then your passion will shine through to your clients.
These statements have and do still assist me -
I forgive myself as my beingness, as my innocence that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that it is "bad" to sell to friends, when in reality this is just my pre-programmed minds idea which is based in separation and so is not valid.
I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to not realise that if i allow myself to fear selling to anyone, then I am actually brainwashed by fear, allowing fear to make decisions for me, which is unacceptable.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that this shows I am not actually living what im saying to people and I don't want to act to my friends.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear what my friends will think of me if i sell to them.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to fear that my friends will not like me anymore if i sell to them.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that within wealthy groups of friends they always sell to each other, so if I actually do have friends right now who are offended I sold to them, then it just shows they are not a friend that can assist me or themselves to succeed in business.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to justify only selling to people I don't know which is self-dishonesty about how this monetary system works, where everyone is being sold too constantly.
I forgive myself as my beingness, as my innocence that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that even our very existence, our ability to breathe costs money.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that hiding what I do from anyone in my life, is the exact point that allows abuse to carry on in the global system, where we humans believe it is acceptable to hide certain parts of ourselves from each other, to stay silent, when this silence is directly allowing abuse to occur.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself as my beingness, as my innocence, to define selling as "bad" and not selling as "good" which is all an illusion of separation and in reality selling is cool because it gets you money and we all know that in self-honesty.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise in every breathe that everyone is being sold to, so if I don't sell to someone, then someone else will anyway, so what does it matter?
Why bother justifying not doing it?
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to think/define my personal network and my business networks as being separate things, when they are not - this planet is just one network of humans.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that if I'm not selling to someone in my life, then clearly I'm not living my passion and must adjust my starting point.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that when I am self-honest I know that when I'm uncertain about if something I'm selling will benefit everyone, I hesitate selling it to my personal friends.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise in every here breath, that if I'm not selling to everyone then my business/sales plans will not likely work, because all business is based on the group mind constantly expanding.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that there are two form of selling that exist - selling as taking and not giving value (snake oil salesmen), where as selling that's best for all is based on giving and receiving value.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not realise that when I place myself in the shoes of my friends, If they created a product that they were really certain about, I would want them to share it with me. In fact hiding it, would cause me to doubt the foundation of trust in our friendship.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to doubt that what im selling will benefit everyone, when in reality in self-honesty when I know it will, holding onto any doubts that prohibit me from sharing my passion with everyone is unacceptable.
I commit myself to not allowing myself to justify participoating with thoughts based in fearing selling to frineds, so as and when I see my mind having these thoughts, I stop and breathe, I do not allow myself to participate/be directed by this fear, so i keep breathing until there is no more thoughts that come up.
I commit myself to living the realisation that everyone in this world is being sold to, our very existence costs us money.
I commit myself to exposing snake oil sales people, who do not really live what they are saying and are not giving and receiving value, which is abuse.
I commit myself to giving and receiving value with my friends, family and all life to share my passions as I know with certainty my passion for my work benefits all life.