What is most relevant to you and what is the best way to get it?

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> What is most relevant to you?

> How can our network help you to be clear and then more easily get what you value most?

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What is most relevant to you?
Are you interested in clarity about your innate motivations and self-interests? If you are interested in relevance, than you are interested in your own priorities. Your priorities (including as revealed in your emotions) are how you identify what is relevant to you.

So, do you value introspection (and respect what you observe in yourself) or do you avoid introspection (such as through addictions to certain TV shows, political issues, or hobbies)? Do you even operate in a terrified shame about ideals of what kind of person you expect that other people would like (and then condemn in others what does not fit with those ideals to distract from your own behavior patterns that contrast with those ideals)?


If you are open to jumping right in, then consider which is more interesting to you: the reality of how you are, the reality about certain other people, or some ideals about what should be (like about how people should be- including you and everyone else- or about how governments and other institutions should be)? Ideals distract us from certain realities. That is why so many institutions put so much attention in to programming the ideals of the masses.

If you immediately think “but how institutions should work is that they should identify what is best for everyone involved and then provide that,” then what does that thought indicate? You can be programmed with ideals and then when even a casual, vague speculation is made that contrasts with the programmed ideals, what happens for you? Do you have an intense emotional reaction? Is it stressful or even overwhelming for someone to ask an innocent question about one of your ideals (as in unexamined presumptions)?

If it is stressful for someone to face innocent questions, then it can be hard for them to be around curious little kids or anyone else who is not already programmed with the same ideals that are familiar to them. Once the kids develop their language skills enough to start initiating conversations, that is when adults start really using methods like the Santa Claus deception to distract the kids and interrupt any “unwelcome” questions.

Should adults always stop whatever they are doing to patiently interact with a curious child? That is a silly ideal. Such perfectionism will quickly get exhausting and lead to resentment.

However, why do some adults get so angry at children’s eager curiosity? Why can there be so much interest in interrupting the natural development of intelligent curiosity in children and pushing them toward curriculum-based programming?


Why do some adult gets so frightened when children display grief (which is a distress signal)? Why do adults ever shame children for displaying anger?

When adults are trying to suppress a particular emotion in themselves, then it can be very stressful for them to be around a child’s innocent display of that emotion. It can be very hard for the adult to maintain their own suppression mechanisms around innocent, unsuppressed displays of emotion.



In particular, when adults are ashamed of their own naivete, then they may react hysterically to any communication that they perceive as a threat to revealing their naive presumptions as being nothing more than naive presumptions. In fact, we can experience shame and social anxiety just from having someone observe us closely. Maybe we will eventually perceive something that conflicts with our ideals about how we should be. The mere presence of innocent observers can be experienced as a potential threat (as in a presumed future threat).


So, this content is not for everyone. Further, it is up to you to regulate the pace at which you will explore this content (and to request attention or interaction as you deem relevant).

How open are you to recognizing your actual behavior patterns and the actual motivations behind them? How open are you to respecting all of your emotions as valuable signals for re-directing your focus? In short, how open are you?


If there is a contrast between a presumption or expectation and some observed reality, are you open to discarding or revising the presumption to fit with the observation? Are you open to cautiously examining the relevance of absolutely any presumption that you may have been programmed to relate to as important?

How open are you to staying current with any changes in your needs and interests? As you fulfill one priority after another, then new priorities rise to the top position of relevance, right?

Also, what makes an action relevant to you? The fact that something is familiar is totally distinct from the issue of relevance. What makes an action relevant is simply the results that it produces. If an activity produces results that are relevant to you, then the activity is relevant. Otherwise, the activity is currently irrelevant to you.

Are you open to precisely measuring the results of your habitual actions? Are you open to updating your patterns of activity to fit with reliably producing the results that bring you the most favorable experiences, including in your emotional response?

> How can our network help you to be clear and then more easily get what you value most?

You can promote your own clarity just by witnessing the introspection of others (especially people who have similar patterns to yours, but are currently more clear than you). However, to get the maximum benefits, sometimes actual interaction with others is relevant. Those could be live real-time interactions, like in person or by video chat, or they could be by email.


But, if you could interact with absolutely anyone, then which others would you interact with? What qualities of interaction would be most magnetic to you?

Of people you know, who is most effective at powerful, relevant communication? Conversations with some people consistently produce experiences that you find uniquely valuable- conversations that instantly enrich you and that you keep getting reminded of week after week and month after month. Those are conversations that make the most notable contributions to your well-being, right?

How could you find a network of people who are committed to promoting their own clarity about what is currently most relevant for them? Plus, if you could find a few networks like that, what content would be relevant to you to help you quickly assess which network(s) are most attractive?

Jim: WOW
You would value reviewing actual results and testimonials, right? You would be more than just open to seeing that some people who had similar priorities to yours have already got the results you value most. You would be ready to click this next link now, wouldn’t you?

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