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Re: analysis of resistance, et al badhaircut

Posted by 64Bowtie on October 4, 2004, at 19:10:03

In reply to analysis of resistance rubenstein, posted by badhaircut on October 4, 2004, at 12:57:56


So glad to see ya' here... You have been so helpfull to my quest...

I say, "I must see clearly in order to feel clearly", because I believe in nothing as an "end" or as a "goal". Beliefs are tools. When I analyse my resistence, I go to my beliefs and invariably find the lingering barracade(s) to progress, happiness, freedom, my sanity (my own internal-conflictedness).

I guess I just don't have all the lingo down yet, so you are so instrumental in identifying and helping. I have a notion that many might balk at anything "process" oriented, looking for a fit with those items that are events, or produced by events. Landmark Education has a label called, already-always-thinking, claiming this type of thinking as a primary impediment to change (a process). Dysclaymer: Landmark Education has strict rules against any use of their trademarked (yet clearly public domain) materials. That said, I get the darnedest benefits from the darnedest places.

Thanx again, bhc....





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