If you feel the wildness inside you yearning for release and full expression:
It’s your natural state.
You’re an explorer.
Don’t realize it fully?
Maybe you’ve spent too much time living like a corpse, mouldering around in graves and mausoleums with other corpses.
My friend Claude (author of Just Because Club and the Original Handbook for the Recently Deceased) and I were talking about this the other day.
Someone said, “when you were a sailor, sometimes you wouldn’t expect to get back home for years at a time.”
Claude said, “For an explorer, there is no ‘back home,’ there’s only the next place.”
That’s how life works–whether you trap yourself in a mausoleum for most of it or not.
Things always change.
Who you were yesterday is gone.
While many get scared back into the tomb by this realization–some know how to embrace it.
Some know that life consists of a constant, neverending exploration.
The realization of life as constantly unfolding and changing fills these adventurers’ sails with endless joy and motivation.
They wake up every morning feeling like Christmas and all the moments of the day are a pile of wrapped presents waiting for them under the tree.
And it really feels that way.
Get a present for yourself that gives you the training to embrace your own unending exploration:
The lesson goes like this:
Those who don’t unleash and master the imagination will suffer unto death.
And die you will anyways, so cut out the suffering.
Like one of the guys at last year’s U.K. Workshop.
He saw that the only way other people’s actions could hurt him was in his own mind.
He saw that his imagination rules and guides everything he experiences.
He witnessed how it governs all his moods and emotions, perfectly, at all times.
He faced down his worst fears and gave up his false suffering.
And a deep, abiding happiness emerged.
No, not a fleeting joy based on circumstances.
A happiness for having circumstances at all.
Now’s always your chance:
Ever feel alone in wanting to rapidly advance your life on your terms?
I sure have.
Even the closest people in my life have turned to haters at the most painful moments.
Example: the first time we ever put on an online workshop for command z, there was a forum I belonged to.
I won’t mention it by name, but let’s say it was not much better than the slew of YouTube comments on any given video.
Everyone acted like big supporters until we actually put up a course for people to do.
At that moment, they mostly started shouting how stupid and gay we were. Yeah, they said that.
I have no idea what The Way Down course had to do with homosexuality, except that it worked wonders for all people. LGBT or not, aliens, and underwater creatures not yet discovered could all aim toward transcendence and get the effortless life advances all our courses conspire to deliver.
But who cares? My girlfriend at the time would be elated when she heard we sold out the course on our first time out, right?
All she did was make a sneering, disgusted face, looked down at the dirt, and said, “well, that’s not much,” and then walked away.
After I picked my jaw up off the ground, I realized, sadly, that I couldn’t rely on anyone. That relation didn’t last much longer.
Yeah, many friends had my back, but damn, it felt sad to realize all the great business folk I knew were telling the truth:
When you start rapidly advancing your life by the power of the art of NGF combined with radical undoing, be ready for the inevitable onslaught of haters emerging among your friends and family.
But don’t worry about it either. Let them down gently, for they know not what they do.
It ain’t their fault.
If you’re still in danger of getting crushed by someone’s robotic opinion, then you certainly ain’t free.
And if you ain’t free, then it doesn’t matter a lick what anyone thinks of you, because you’ll never feel truly happy in your own mind.
Thing is, you get to choose who to keep in your life, and who to jettison.
Just think about how many people complain in your FB stream every day.
Now read the comments.
Go on, I’ll wait.
More complaints, yes?
Commiserating among the complainers will win you accolades, but you’ll still never end up happy and excited about your life.
You’ll still keep feeling like a fake, while your friends keep on consoling you and joining in the crying chorus of complaining.
But if you want real freedom, where you love your life today, and even more tomorrow, onward into infinity–filled with generous, authentic friends,
Friends who cut your victim cries short with urges toward adventure and fun,
People who push you ever further toward the life you really want, built on your own terms, with fun and enjoyment as the perpetual goal…
If you want those things, then it’s time to ditch the complainers and get to work.
Here’s 80+ ways to start, today, with permanent results that keep getting better the further you go:
Here’s the best part: the course takes place in our secret, private forum.
So you can connect with other people all over the world doing this crazy NGF and Energized Meditation work.
You can start to normalize a lust for adventure in your daily life, with one of the world’s most supportive groups of people ever gathered.
There’s no way your life won’t change. There’s no way your plans won’t grow.
The only way to stop your growth is to keep letting the fear of haters get in your way.
Time to come back to come back to life:
"Anyone else have PTSD from Facebook lately?" That's what one of my good friends posted lately. Now, I know him to sometimes thrive on complaining, and I've called him out on it before, so he's no stranger to getting schooled in the Art of NGF. So when I saw that post of his, I starred it and watched for responses. After 15 or so folks all commiserated in tearful agreement, I went in for the kill: "100% self-inflicted. Stop now." No one could disagree. My friend eventually got in touch and let me know it really hit him hard to face the fact that he'd been turning himself into a victim and not even realizing he was in charge the whole time. Yes, it's that easy. Now, once you get good at IGNORING all that stuff you used to use to make you feel bad, you'll get into some pretty fascinating experiences. Like what my pro snowboarder client A. from Finland wrote about his experiences after completing part 1 of 4 of the Radical Undoing 101 Mega Course: (http://radicalundoing.com/funnels/brainchange/) What did you learn about yourself by going through the exercises in Part 1? "-I don’t know who I am or where I'm going. I don't have to. -I have lot’s and lots of restrictions that stop me from doing things I want to do and telling me how I should be. Inner critic is the voice of all these restrictions and beliefs that are limiting to me. This holds back my power over my own life. Most of the time the inner critic uses the argument: ”What will others think if I do this?” -Body and unconscious mind are strongly connected, or the same. I noticed it when I was driving and my girlfriend was pissed at me. I was also locked at her emotional state. It was hard to bring myself to do the face stretches but that got me out of that state. -So, those restrictions/tensions can be undone through body. I don’t want to give a fuck about the restrictions and surrender to the flow of life instead. -My fears are all lies." What did you learn about the world around you? -"Sometimes in the middle of the night, especially after a session, I wake up wondering who and where the hell am I? Everything feels very unreal. Maybe it is. -Most people are very very restricted in their thoughts and actions. They can’t let loose even for purposes of having fun. Luckily there are some who can, they are the most fun people to hang around with. -Real experience is very much different from the models of reality in mind." How will you use this knowledge practically in the future to improve your life? "-I’ll let go of my fears and inner critics arguments. Whenever theres discomfort, I’ll try to get in the not giving a fuck state of mind and do it. There’s nothing to lose. -As I’ve seen what the practice of undoing has taught me, I want to go deeper. Now that I’m writing the capstone for the first part, I can’t wait to take on the next adventures on part 2! I'll do the part 2 without pauses so there's more momentum. -Seeing the process i’m going through gives a lot of motivation now as I’m writing this capstone. I’ll start undoing journal. -Whenever I’m distracting myself, I’ll stop, do some undoing and feel what I really want to do. -Fire! taught me how it would feel to lose most of my stuff. I would do fine without most of my stuff so I’m cleaning my house. There are some quality things I’ve bought or gotten years back, that are cool with times unique touch in them." Are there any experiences or stories you'd like to share about a particular exercise? Love in an elevator was very scary at first. I put it off a couple of days before doing it, and then when I was passing by Helsinki city center, I just decided to go for it. It was hard to get the talking started for the first time but then it started flowing. Had couple of really good conversations that I would’ve liked to continue. There was also two times when I asked someone something and they ignored me totally even after I said ”hello, i’m talking to you”. It was very awkward to them but for me it was really hard not to laugh. How socially restricted can some people be.. I also felt lot’s of tension and warmth in my face when doing it. Felt very relieved after and i’ve used to talk to people in elevator rides since. I did a little variation of this with my friend. We were doing a prank video with bluetooth speaker, and we put it in the backpack. We meant to go to sit next to a person in a park and film how they reacted to fart sounds. The video thing didn’t work out, but then we went around playing with it just for fun. We went to the same elevator full of people, I had the bag and my friend was pressing fart sounds from time to time. I’ve never seen so awkward faces. Haven't felt embarrassed since." ------------------------------ Hey there. This is Garrett again, in case you got lost in that amazing review of A's experience with Undoing 101. The cool thing is that the course comes inside a private forum, where you can share your own experiences (if you want) and read about other people's experiences, like A's. Turn off the fake news, tune into the real news (all around you!), and kiss those fake-ass fears to the curb with a HUGE dose of fun and psychedelic brain change (withoutthe substances!): http://radicalundoing.com/funnels/brainchange/ Enjoy, -Garrett PS: Powerups included...