Perform you want for a completely different method of time management? Read on to find out Bill Burns’ take how to manage to do lists. Alex Jones is Bill Hicks
Bill Burns is a really gifted psychic and spiritual teacher in Mis Angeles. According to Melts away, there are two very different types of folks: acceptance incarnations and change transformation.
The change incarnation people are those for who traditional time management systems, complete with planning and schedules, work very perfectly. Since they are also in the majority of the inhabitants to the tune of approximately 90%, it seems like this is the way it may work.
This warns me of that time period when the prevailing “wisdom” insisted on making all of all of us follow a low excess fat diet, which caused some of us a great deal of misery and putting on weight.
Now we know that many of us are built to thrive on a LOW CARB diet, with ample protein, quite a lttle bit of good fat, so that as few carbs as possible, besides mostly veggies. And almost all of us do much better without eating source too. There goes another sacred cow of the dominant nutritionist paradigm.
Period management works much the same way.
Yes, functions great for Change métamorphose people.
However, it triggers a lot of sadness for the remainder of us – the Validation incarnation people.
Just how so? Because validation métamorphose people “function” pretty much exactly in ways that’s in perfect alignment with the teachings of Abraham-Hicks.
In fact, I’m sometimes questioning if Abraham Hicks are simply just talking to Validation incarnations, since their teachings are exquisite for all of us. Maybe that’s because it can really mainly validation métamorphose those people who are open to that kind training.
Change transformation would be skeptical to say the least, and probably turned off by those teachings.
And if Bill is right, change incarnations won’t need it anyway- all they have to do is work their plans.
Nevertheless for acceptance incarnations… things are incredibly different.
If they follow their gut, and give attention to doing the things that feel right, while feeling good about themselves at all times, things often fall season into place.
Yet if they push and push and force themselves to maintain something they no longer actually want to do, they tend to get into big trouble.
Nowadays that doesn’t mean they can be irresponsible. That they have to do the regular stuff, but overall, the emphasis is on following your bliss – just like Joseph Campbell used to say, who had been obviously another Validation incarnation.