You Really That Bad

You Really That Bad

This write up with the attached “cure” is for anyone who feels the following:

I’m not good enough

There are so many things wrong with me

i’m bad

i’m hopeless

Why am I not as good as other people?

Anyone who feels inadequate in any way and feels hopeless to change and become a better person will understand that idea.

Indeed it is true and I am telling this truth why few people like to follow my school and why famous teachers have so many followers of which very few actually reach the heights they want or their teacher says they can.

The truth is, you’re right, you’re not good enough.

Saying; ‘you can be whatever you want’ is a half truth. Yes, you can change, but only with enough time and effort and sacrifice, which means a difficult and painful exercise.

The “cure” for these negative self-views should be taken as antibiotics. If you have a painful infection, the pain will subside after one to two days of taking the medication, but you must take the full course, ten days to two weeks, even if you feel much better long before then.

The cure for a mentally distorted view of oneself or a distorted or defective personality is also mental, that is to say. But it takes much longer to change thoughts than it does to fix a physical illness. When you accept a challenge, you cannot ask or expect to know how long it will take. Your commitment to persevere ends the day you die.

The painful and difficult part of mental treatment, meaning it’s the thoughts you think and the mental exercise of contemplation and observation rather than pills, is that for it to be effective you have to accept that your whole outlook on life and you are completely wrong.

The disease is not negative thoughts, so stopping them is not the cure, because that is like trying to empty a lake while the river continues to flow to replenish it. If you dam the river it will create a new lake so it won’t work.

The cure is to find and understand the cause of the cause of the cause, all the way back to you, which is when you were conceived.

If a lake dries up, it is because the river has stopped flowing to replenish it. But the reason why the river does not flow is that a dam was built at the source of the river, which diverted its flow in another direction or stopped it completely.

From the moment your mother found out she was pregnant, she has already started shaping your personality with her own distorted and inadequate outlook on life, her opinions and mental defects. Once your father found out about you, he added his confused and limited thoughts to continue to malform your personality. Both told you that the lake dried up due to evaporation from the hot sun of climate change. And you believed them.

Let’s take a step aside with the question. How did you learn to tie your shoes, ABC, use the toilet and wipe your ass, everything you can do was taught to you.

That is, there is very little that a human being knows that has not been taught or shown in some way.

Now we come to the core of the problem. It’s not what you know that gets you into trouble, it’s what you don’t know.

So when you think that you are flawed in any way, it means that you are accepting as truth the big lie, which is: What you know about anything is right, and that you have been taught the full knowledge of how to be a good person. being.

If no one ever taught you how to tie your shoelaces, which is a problem now because kids’ shoes have velcro instead of laces, and you’re 10 and can’t tie your shoelaces, you go to a school where all the other kids can tie their shoelaces however you feel you? How will everyone else feel about you?

Let’s start with how others think and feel about you. Stupid moron. So you could sum it up, and I think everyone would agree that a bunch of ten-year-olds who find a new classmate and can’t tie their shoelaces are a bit of a moron, provided there isn’t an obvious physical or mental defect.

So now I’ll ask you another question. Who is the real stupid person in this scenario?

Certainly not the child, nor the other children. They are the child’s educators. They are stupid people who didn’t teach their child basic life skills. But before we condemn parents, let’s examine the possibilities of their failure.

Maybe it’s because they don’t know how to tie their shoelaces either. Maybe they grew up and live on a small island where the only shoes for the last few centuries are flip flops. If that’s the case, then you can’t blame the child or the parents because none of them have ever seen shoes with laces.

Being an exceptional human being is like being a nuclear physicist or an expert in quantum mechanics, you need a lot of training from an early age to be able to understand the complexities of these topics.

It’s nothing compared to being an exceptional human being because it only requires the accumulation of new information. But being special requires not only learning information about being human that no one teaches you, but also overcoming your natural animal instincts.

The next question for you is: What is the most basic quality of a human being?

The need to conserve energy expressed as laziness and a strong desire to remain the same. People don’t want to change despite their claims. Please do a little observation of anyone you know or go to one of those big ashrams and talk to the disciples of these big name gurus and ask two questions; “How long have you been a disciple?” AND; “What has changed significantly in your life and personality?”

You may need to talk to people who have known the person for many years to get an honest answer to the second question, as I’m sure you know that people rarely tell the truth about such a personal question because they don’t want to admit it. that they wasted all those years.

Then ask yourself one question about their answers; “Are the results they achieved worth the time and effort and probably the money?” The obvious answer will be that the teacher simply either doesn’t know, or hasn’t taught, the full and complete truth about how you came to be who you are and how to change.

The foundation and cure for your self-deprecation is to accept the truth about people who:

1 Humans, including you, have a natural animal instinct to avoid change.

2 Everything you know is something you’ve learned, which doesn’t mean it’s right.

3 What you don’t know is that no one has ever taught you this information or you have never encountered a way to achieve what you seek.

4 There is nothing wrong with you but a lack of knowledge and information.

5 Find the truth about yourself and you can convince yourself to find the truth about people in general through objective observation without the filter of thoughts you’ve heard about everyone being good or pure etc. Look objectively based on actions. Then find someone who has achieved the qualities you want to have and do your best to teach you.

Two caveats are the first; they must have achieved what you are looking for and you have to test them to make sure it is true and not a false facade and the latter is; if they charge a lot of money and teaching their business is a source of income, then you should not waste your time or money on them, because a truly developed individual has only one goal left, and that is to help everyone else become better than they really are without limiting their students on people with money.

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This write up with the attached “cure” is for anyone who feels the following:

I’m not good enough

There are so many things wrong with me

i’m bad

i’m hopeless

Why am I not as good as other people?

Anyone who feels inadequate in any way and feels hopeless to change and become a better person will understand that idea.

Indeed it is true and I am telling this truth why few people like to follow my school and why famous teachers have so many followers of which very few actually reach the heights they want or their teacher says they can.

The truth is, you’re right, you’re not good enough.

Saying; ‘you can be whatever you want’ is a half truth. Yes, you can change, but only with enough time and effort and sacrifice, which means a difficult and painful exercise.

The “cure” for these negative self-views should be taken as antibiotics. If you have a painful infection, the pain will subside after one to two days of taking the medication, but you must take the full course, ten days to two weeks, even if you feel much better long before then.

The cure for a mentally distorted view of oneself or a distorted or defective personality is also mental, that is to say. But it takes much longer to change thoughts than it does to fix a physical illness. When you accept a challenge, you cannot ask or expect to know how long it will take. Your commitment to persevere ends the day you die.

The painful and difficult part of mental treatment, meaning it’s the thoughts you think and the mental exercise of contemplation and observation rather than pills, is that for it to be effective you have to accept that your whole outlook on life and you are completely wrong.

The disease is not negative thoughts, so stopping them is not the cure, because that is like trying to empty a lake while the river continues to flow to replenish it. If you dam the river it will create a new lake so it won’t work.

The cure is to find and understand the cause of the cause of the cause, all the way back to you, which is when you were conceived.

If a lake dries up, it is because the river has stopped flowing to replenish it. But the reason why the river does not flow is that a dam was built at the source of the river, which diverted its flow in another direction or stopped it completely.

From the moment your mother found out she was pregnant, she has already started shaping your personality with her own distorted and inadequate outlook on life, her opinions and mental defects. Once your father found out about you, he added his confused and limited thoughts to continue to malform your personality. Both told you that the lake dried up due to evaporation from the hot sun of climate change. And you believed them.

Let’s take a step aside with the question. How did you learn to tie your shoes, ABC, use the toilet and wipe your ass, everything you can do was taught to you.

That is, there is very little that a human being knows that has not been taught or shown in some way.

Now we come to the core of the problem. It’s not what you know that gets you into trouble, it’s what you don’t know.

So when you think that you are flawed in any way, it means that you are accepting as truth the big lie, which is: What you know about anything is right, and that you have been taught the full knowledge of how to be a good person. being.

If no one ever taught you how to tie your shoelaces, which is a problem now because kids’ shoes have velcro instead of laces, and you’re 10 and can’t tie your shoelaces, you go to a school where all the other kids can tie their shoelaces however you feel you? How will everyone else feel about you?

Let’s start with how others think and feel about you. Stupid moron. So you could sum it up, and I think everyone would agree that a bunch of ten-year-olds who find a new classmate and can’t tie their shoelaces are a bit of a moron, provided there isn’t an obvious physical or mental defect.

So now I’ll ask you another question. Who is the real stupid person in this scenario?

Certainly not the child, nor the other children. They are the child’s educators. They are stupid people who didn’t teach their child basic life skills. But before we condemn parents, let’s examine the possibilities of their failure.

Maybe it’s because they don’t know how to tie their shoelaces either. Maybe they grew up and live on a small island where the only shoes for the last few centuries are flip flops. If that’s the case, then you can’t blame the child or the parents because none of them have ever seen shoes with laces.

Being an exceptional human being is like being a nuclear physicist or an expert in quantum mechanics, you need a lot of training from an early age to be able to understand the complexities of these topics.

It’s nothing compared to being an exceptional human being because it only requires the accumulation of new information. But being special requires not only learning information about being human that no one teaches you, but also overcoming your natural animal instincts.

The next question for you is: What is the most basic quality of a human being?

The need to conserve energy expressed as laziness and a strong desire to remain the same. People don’t want to change despite their claims. Please do a little observation of anyone you know or go to one of those big ashrams and talk to the disciples of these big name gurus and ask two questions; “How long have you been a disciple?” AND; “What has changed significantly in your life and personality?”

You may need to talk to people who have known the person for many years to get an honest answer to the second question, as I’m sure you know that people rarely tell the truth about such a personal question because they don’t want to admit it. that they wasted all those years.

Then ask yourself one question about their answers; “Are the results they achieved worth the time and effort and probably the money?” The obvious answer will be that the teacher simply either doesn’t know, or hasn’t taught, the full and complete truth about how you came to be who you are and how to change.

The foundation and cure for your self-deprecation is to accept the truth about people who:

1 Humans, including you, have a natural animal instinct to avoid change.

2 Everything you know is something you’ve learned, which doesn’t mean it’s right.

3 What you don’t know is that no one has ever taught you this information or you have never encountered a way to achieve what you seek.

4 There is nothing wrong with you but a lack of knowledge and information.

5 Find the truth about yourself and you can convince yourself to find the truth about people in general through objective observation without the filter of thoughts you’ve heard about everyone being good or pure etc. Look objectively based on actions. Then find someone who has achieved the qualities you want to have and do your best to teach you.

Two caveats are the first; they must have achieved what you are looking for and you have to test them to make sure it is true and not a false facade and the latter is; if they charge a lot of money and teaching their business is a source of income, then you should not waste your time or money on them, because a truly developed individual has only one goal left, and that is to help everyone else become better than they really are without limiting their students on people with money.

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