Posts Tagged ‘skills’

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Celebrating with you, Blog-Buddies

Celebrating with you, Blog-Buddies

Thanks so much to all you Blog-Buddies for making this such a lively, inquisitive, respectful, kind online community. Where your comments are such a juicy part of this blog. 🙂

Thank you for joining me in developing skills that work in the Age of Aquarius.

Because that is what these conversations are about, in historical context.

For those of you who follow our ongoing research progress at the Enlightenment Life List, today we had a fantastic range of nominees being researched.

If you’re curious, just check out Comments 1713 – 1721. Plus whichever comments you’all add. Suffice it to say, this was some bunch o’ nominees!


20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, Tops. But How?

Taking photos of Debonair Bear, one of so many great activities that does NOT count as Technique Time

At a previous post, some very practical questions have been asked by Blog-Buddies. What does it really mean, practically, sticking to 20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, tops?

Today let’s explore some of these questions, originating comments at 20 Minutes of Daily Technique Time vs. falling into spiritual addiction, again. A guest post by Madeline .

How can you do just 20 Minutes of Technique Time when learning energy healing?

In Comment 9, SUZ explained that she is receiving training at a form of energy healing. She asked:

“How am I going to learn this stuff if I don’t spend a bit of time with it? Soon as I learn it, I’ll back off, but don’t I have to practice? Some? Aaagghhh.”

First, congratulations on having enough of a sense of humor to write “Aaagghhhh.” Not to mention, excellent spehhlung.

Self-Authority vs. Skills, the Tricky Part

Skills matter

Skills fit together. Skills are buildable. And they produce reliable results.

A friend of mine belongs to a Mechanics Club. The guys get together, hang out, and fix their old cars. Through thick and thin, through broken gaskets and maxed-out mufflers, this club has persisted for decades.

The guys have stayed friends. Their classic cars still run, too.

These guys have skills.