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  • 1. A BREATH OF FRESH AIR KDC and Associates
  • 2. A SUGGESTION
    • Get over yourself.
    • The universe is waiting for your magnificence!
    KDC & ASSOCIATES
  • 3. For Openers “ The unexamined life is not worth living” - Socrates Suppose you take 48-72 hours off from life to examine how you are living it. Don’t believe a thing that I say. Just try it on like a jacket . Think it and see what you see. If it doesn’t fit … Your guarantee…
  • 4. Creating Our Time Together You are invited to invest 48 hours or so having fun during which time you will discover the answers to three critical questions: 1.What is possible in life? 2. What is missing in my life that I don’t have this? 3 . What is there to do about it?
  • 5. We Must Have a Guru
  • 6. Purpose The purpose of this work is to is to alter your ability to experience living so that life occurs as a curriculum you are living in, and as you experience living in this curriculum, things magically clear up, just in the process of life itself.
  • 7. The Promise Program
    • Power to eliminate any suffering in your life
    • and transform it into an opportunity to celebrate.
    Altitude
    • Observe yourself
    • Power to choose your behavior
    • and thinking rather than being run by them.
  • 8. Design of the Program   The overall thrust of the program moves you through three aspects of existence: 1. being enabled to observe, “what’s so” 2.   being able to add the “so what” to the “ what’s so”. 3. which leaves one standing in a creative place called “now what?”
  • 9. To Summarize what we are up to:
    • Find out where you are right now.
    • Discover how you got that way.
    • 3. Who do you have to be and what is it that
    • you have to do now to realize your desires?
    • 4. What structures need to be put in place?
  • 10. Where are you?
  • 11. Oh, There you are
  • 12. How to get the most out of the program
    • Being coach-able
    • Moods of learning
    • Arrogance
    • Confusion
    • Perplexity
    WONDERMENT !!!
  • 13. The Trust Mingle
    • Objective :
    • An exercise in telling the truth, being honest with the focus on trust.
    • Mechanics:
    • 1. You will move about the room and stand in front of one person at a time.
    • Based on your experience of that person and your definition or standard trust and declare one of 4 possibilities:
            • I trust you .
            • I don’t trust you.
            • I’m not sure.
            • I don’t care to say.
    2. Both partners move on to someone else until I say stop. 3. Mingle with the whole group. 5. The value comes from just participating fully, noticing thoughts, emotions and physical sensations associated your choice .
  • 14. Knowledge DON’T KNOW DON’T KNOW THAT YOU DON’T KNOW Relate: problems common sense knowledge Traditional education KNOW
  • 15. RESULTS Action BEING A Taste of the Technology
  • 16. Using distinctions. What are they ? How we work Checking your experience . Trying things on. Definitions vs. Distinctions Definitions close down possibility Distinctions open up possibility
  • 17.  
  • 18. Distinctions To Get
    • Distinction
    • Looking good
    • Altitude
    • Enlightenment
    • Reality
    • Perception
    • Mind
    • Hanging up Orders
    • Choice
    • Victim
    • Responsibility
    • Forgiving
    • Inside job
    • Being
    • Futuring
  • 19. Automatic Survival Commitments
    • Looking good
    • Being right
    • Being in control
    • Avoiding the pain
  • 20. The Promise For The Program
    • Power to eliminate any suffering in your life
    • and transform it into an opportunity to celebrate .
    Altitude
    • Observe yourself
    • Power to choose your behavior
    • and thinking rather than being run by them.
  • 21. How do we know what is real?
    • With our Perceptions
      • The ultimate test for reality
      • Your business meetings
      • ^ Actions
      • ^ Strategy
      • ^ Information analysis
      • ^ Information gathering
      • ^ Perceptions
    With your perceptions. Let’s check it out.
    • Flawed –Premature cognitive commitments
    • Examples: Elephants, Fish, Cats, Humans
    • Your Business meetings 26
    2 Perceptions
  • 22. Please Read Aloud
  • 23. 3 Slide 22 Simple arithmetic
  • 24. BIRD IN THE THE HAND Slide 22
  • 25. Perceptions are Dangerous
  • 26. What is it? Purpose Logic System Design Function The Mind
  • 27. X V CONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUS = a f y y b b b l o d p f y u z d y my u m r w x
  • 28.
    • Are somatic, linguistic phenomenon
    • Are usually assessments from the past that are misplaced in the future .
    • • Are usually unconscious and you think this is just the way that it is.
    • Work from the inside out.
    • Are contagious
    Moods
  • 29. What does it feel like when “you have to”? What does it feel like when “you get to”? Moods
  • 30. I HAVE TO A . IF I DON’T A … THEN B IF B … THEN C IF C … THEN D IF D … THEN I WOULD FEEL X , Y , Z . I’D RATHER A THAN Z QUESTION #1 IS THERE ANY “HAVE TO” IN A ? THE CONCLUSION : YOU HAVE BEEN LYING! YOU HAVE BEEN SAYING “ I HAVE TO” WHEN, WHAT YOU REALLY HAVE BEEN DOING IS, “ I GET TO” (I CHOOSE TO). WHAT DOES THE WORD RATHER MEAN? From A to Z
  • 31. You are a racketeer! The Big V is not for victory. What does it stand for? VICTIM Let’s check it out Why would you do that?
  • 32. Case #1 Tell a true story to your partner in which you were victimized. Give details and be certain that your partner is convinced. Case #2 Now tell the same story only this time tell your partner how you got him or her or them or it to do it to you. (This is make-it-up-time. Just do it!) Note your experience. How did that feel? Describe your experience. How did that feel? It’s story time! (Payoffs &Costs)
  • 33. LIFE CHOOSE I HAVE TO I GET TO Choice
    • Considerations  from the head = options & no possibility.
    • After considerations  from the heart =pure possibility.
  • 34.
    • Responsibility is the willingness to acknowledge being cause in the matter. What matter…all matters. That includes:
        • - what you do to another,
        • - what another does to you,
        • - and, even what another does to another.
        • It is not the truth. It is simply a function of declaration.
    Responsibility
  • 35. It’s all an inside job!  Do You See Me? Let’s Check It Out
  • 36. Forgiveness is a function of responsibility . Forgiving Let’s check it out .
  • 37.
      • Facts
      • +
      • Interpretation
      • +
      • Agreement
      • =
      • The Truth!
    (Foundation for Action) “ The Deadly Equation”
  • 38. STORY ABOUT IT SOMETHING HAPPENS “ IS” THE Vicious CIRCLE ( The cost of no distinction ) What I s Present In Your Life
  • 39. HUMAN CONDITION Stand or Possibility Is The Origin of Possibility Something Happens Story About Something Happens
  • 40.
    • What is the meaning or purpose of life?
    • There isn’t any!
    • Life is empty & meaningless.
    • It doesn’t mean anything, and it doesn’t mean anything that it doesn’t mean anything.
    • It just doesn’t mean anything!
    • “ Life is a tale, told by an idiot, signifying nothing.”
    • “ Life is but a poor player that struts his hour upon the stage and is heard from no more.”
    What’s it all about anyway?
  • 41. What’s so. – So What! – Now what?
  • 42. ? Now What? What is behind the blue steel door?
  • 43. Some Useful Tools For “now – whating”
  • 44. Make one declaration Clarify: your commitment? 1. Now what? 2. How’s it gonna turn out? 3. Why? Ask three questions: The Now What Process It’s all an inside job
  • 45. Identify the circumstance and the accompanying negative thought. Critical Question # 1. How does thinking this thought make you feel?  Good or  Bad  Powerful or  Powerless If good and powerful, focus your attention on the thought. Your energy will follow your attention. If bad and powerless, move to critical question #2. Critical Question #2. Choose one of the following:  Give my attention to the negative thought.  Don’t give my attention to the negative thought. You can not stop thinking what you are thinking. However, by not giving your attention to a thought, you discover an opening to create an alternative thought. Go to critical question #3. Critical Question #3. What alternative thought can you generate that:  Makes you feel good.  Makes you powerful. The Spiritual Centering Process
  • 46. Upsets In General Some things to remember: 1. You are never upset about what you think you are upset about. 2. Suffering is never about the facts and always about the perception. 3. Resistance causes persistence . 4. Anything fully experienced leaves you in calm and joy.
  • 47. What happened The Hurricane of an Upset POWER Demands Declarations Commitments Now what Wants Decisions The Ontological Dissolution OF Upsets Interpreta t ion Emotions What’s Possible What Actions Your Current Experience What Happened Concerns
  • 48. Spiritual Dissolution Of Upsets
    • Become conscious that we are suffering.
    • When we are not feeling well force of habit is to tell ourselves that we are feeling fine.
    • We need to acknowledge & accept the pain and suffering .
    • We must move towards it and not away from it.
    • 2. Become aware of habitual mind questions that take us away from the discomfort.
    • Who did this to me? Why did they do it?
    • Assign cause & blame to someone or something else.
    • What questions do you ask yourself?
    3. Ask the right questions that take us into the experience of the pain.
  • 49.
      • 4. Become aware of old habitual responses.
    • Blaming, fighting the situation, losing motivation, shame.
    • Condemn ourselves.
    • Moving outward – looking for liberation outside yourself.
      • 5. Make the decision. Now you have enough
    • altitude to recognize an illogical, foolish habit.
    • Requires a firm resolve to break old pattern.
    • I will do everything required to pay attention.
    • It requires practice& repeated resolve.
    6.Invoke the divine presence. We need the focus and extra energy.
  • 50.
      • 4. Become aware of old habitual responses.
    • Blaming, fighting the situation, losing motivation, shame.
    • Condemn ourselves.
    • Moving outward – looking for liberation outside yourself.
      • 5. Make the decision. Now you have enough
    • altitude to recognize an illogical, foolish habit.
    • Requires a firm resolve to break old pattern.
    • I will do everything required to pay attention.
    • It requires practice& repeated resolve.
    6.Invoke the divine presence. We need the focus and extra energy.
  • 51.
    • 7. Allow going through the whole experience.
    • Just see what you are feeling physically .
    • There is nothing to make sense of.
        • It is just an experience to go through.
    • 8. After completing the experience and you feel a sense of silence, joy, or gratitude make the affirmation that “ Suffering is not in the facts but in my perception”.
    • Hands over heart, eyes closed, inhale & hold, affirm 7 times, exhale.
      • Resolve & face each experience fully.
        • Body erect, eyes closed, hands on right thigh, Inhale and hold, state, “I am experiencing this feeling completely, then exhale, repeat 7 times.
  • 52.
    • 9. Express gratitude to the divine.
    • Spirituality is not just about experiencing higher states and mystical happenings, but about re-programming our responses.
    • Our responses determine our destiny. Responding out of old habits, destroys relationships and causes disease.
    • Responding through acceptance and experience causes transformation… creating a new golden age.
  • 53. Being an Effective Weatherman (Calming The Storm) Focus Attuned Check your understanding Validate Their POV Inquire Ask Questions
  • 54. Is it clear that the past has a profound impact on the present? QUESTIONS Now, what about our futures? When do you create the future? ANSWER: In the present. Would you like to have a future?
  • 55. NO! Answer
  • 56. It is only an apparency. The Correction
  • 57.  
  • 58. A human being is like a set of three file drawers .
  • 59. Filing Error
  • 60. The Correction
  • 61. How do we invent a future? We need an alteration in being Where does this occur? Let’s look and see. The alteration in being occurs
  • 62. TENNIS ANYONE? B
  • 63. How shall I leave you? Where? Nowhere , which is everywhere ! When? No Time, which is all time ! With what? No-Thing , This is the End It’s the Beginning or which is everything! Now what?
  • 64. In conclusion
  • 65. Dare To Dream KDC and Associates
  • 66. How did I leave you? Where? Nowhere , which is everywhere ! When? No Time, which is all time ! With what? No-Thing , This is the beginning which is everything! Now what? This is the end or How I Left You
  • 67. Purpose Dare To Dream The purpose of this part of the program is to transform your life from “ FRANTIC ACTIVITY” which is a fear based, egoist m anifestation of separateness and survival into a state of “ BEING IN ACTION ” which is a divinely inspired, experience of oneness, that makes a difference, is fun, and is financially rewarding.
  • 68. “ Being”
  • 69. How to Proceed
    • In the next two days I will give all the pieces.
    • It will take approximately a lifetime to sort it all out for yourself.
    • I can’t do it for you.
        • There are pitfalls along the way. That’s where competent coaching is important.
  • 70. Universal Spirit Human Spirit Human Being MIND BODY PHYSICAL UNIVERSE THE DREAM TEAM Hanging Up Orders 1 Slide 58 59
  • 71. Dare To Dream
    • Quantum Mechanics – The mechanics of discovering your vision.
    • Quantum Principles – The rules of the game. Slide 75
    • IVAM Process – The process of translating your vision into reality.
    • Enrollment – Inviting buy-in to your vision . s81
    • Action Cycle – Structuring for fulfillment :Who’s going to do what by when.
    • Breakdown Process – Disappearing problems and achieving breakthroughs.
    Design
  • 72. Dare To Dream Quantum Mechanics (where vision comes from) 1. Intention 2 . Information gathering 3 . Information analysis 4 . Incubation 5. Insight 6 Inspiration 7. Implimentation 8 . Integration 9 Incarnation
  • 73. Dare To Dream Quantum Principles 1. The Field (Soul) The deepest most fundamental level of Self A sub-manifest order of being Devoid of energy, particles, information A field of pure possibility (an un – differentiated back ground of everything nothing) 2. Non-Local In Nature One sub- atomic particle can communicate with another without a communication system or energy Can’t be squeezed into space of a body or span of a lifetime S74 An argument for Oneness ( Time and Distance are illusion. So are you ! ) Slide 70 All creativity comes from this (contrasted with reactivity) and is non algorithmic and discontinuous in nature . 4. Uncertainty The only real experience of existence. Anything certain has already happened and denies access to possibility 5. Observation Required (By the Soul) for manifestation to occur Created by a tangled hierarchy. The role of Karma Slide 69
  • 74. You, Reality and The Illusion .
    • Time
    • Distance
      • Form
      • Slide 67
    Who are you really?
  • 75. Dare To Dream
    • I.V.A.M. Process (Futuring)
    • 1. Ideal
      • From core values
      • Invent a virtual goal
    • 2. Visualize materialized goal
      • Detailed & Vivid
    • 3. Actualize
      • Linguistically
      • Energetically
    • 4. Materialize
      • Allow it.
  • 76. GOAL ( manifested ) PRESENT FUTURE I DEAL V ISUALIZED GOAL ( invent a ) HOW? LANGUAGE ( TO INVENT THE STORY WITH ) invent time X NOW PAST MOMENT TRUTH ENERGY ( THAT DRIVES THE STORY) A CTUALIZED + The I-V-AM System (Futuring) M ATERIALIZED 1 Slide 58 (only virtual ) A VIVID DESCRIPTION CORE VALUES EXPRESSED AS YOUR ALLOWING
  • 77. RESULTS Action BEING Who Are You?
  • 78. Universal Spirit Human Spirit Human Being MIND BODY PHYSICAL UNIVERSE THE DREAM TEAM Hanging Up Orders 1 Slide 58
  • 79.
      • Allowing
    Being Doing Having Resources Production Line Warehouse ( CFP ) ( CFA ) ( CFAL ) s73
  • 80. <- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - Creating Reality ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; s70 Slide 70
  • 81. Dare To Dream
    • Enrollment :
    • is defined as the art of generating an opening in another’s heart such that they commitedly step in to that opening and act.
    • There are five phases in the process
    • 1 . A conversation for establishing a back ground of relatedness - getting related.
      • Getting related
      • Being with what is their world listening?
      • What is local listening - their personal relationship to the subject
    • 2. Creating a conversation for possibility
      • Inspire them
      • Create a big context
    • 3 . Creating a conversation for opportunity. Establishing structures for fulfillment that will make the possibility real.
      • Have them see the value
      • Feasible
      • Co-create
    • 4. Create a conversation for moving people to action.
      • Invitation
      • Handle their stops
    • 5. Re-open
      • Be smart…be proactive
      • Don’t get out of town too fast
  • 82. CUSTOMER PERFORMER FORMULATION NEGOTIATION FULFILLMENT COMPLETION A Request
    • QUESTIONS
    • What’s possible
    • What’s missing
    • Options
    • Accept
    • Decline
    • Counter offer
    • Request more info
    • By when you will 1-4
    Declarations 1.Declare fulfillment 2. Declare Failure 3. Declare breakdown 4.Revoke promise 5. Delegate 6. Refine c.o.s. 7 Cancel A Promise Dare To Dream Declare satisfaction or not Declare Fulfillment The Action Cycle CFS
  • 83. 1. Clarify the difference between a problem and a breakdown. A Problem is defined as a what is that shouldn’t be. A Breakdown is distinguished as an interruption to what you are committed to. It is technically an interruption to your directional vector. 2. Declare a breakdown. 3. Differentiate What Happened ( the facts) from The Interpretation (the Story) 4. Given, that this is a breakdown then by definition, there must be a corresponding Commitment in the background . 5. Identify the commitment in the background. (or dissolve it). 6. Given these facts and that commitment: ● have a conversation for possibility. Exactly what are the possibilities? ● have a conversation for opportunity. Which of the possibilities do you want to create structures for fulfillment for? ● have a conversation for action. Who will do what by when? Dare To Dream Breakdowns
  • 84. Condensed Version Breakdowns 1. No problem 2. Define a B.D. 3. Declare a B.D. 4. G.T.C W C.I.B.R 5. W.I.P 6. W.A.A.
  • 85. DARE TO DREAM COMMITMENT NEGATIVE CIRCUMSTANCES PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTION How It Goes X
  • 86. Distinctions To Get
    • Distinction
    • Looking good
    • Altitude
    • Enlightenment
    • Reality
    • Perception
    • Mind
    • Hanging up Orders
    • Choice
    • Victim
    • Responsibility
    • Forgiving
    • Inside job
    • Being
    • Futuring
    Let’s check it out
  • 87. The Field Quantum Field Source Universal Field Human Being High C O N S C I O U S N E S S LOW Presence (nothing) Space opening Stand word Being in Action +Joyousness +Enthusiasm +Passion +Effectiveness +A Future based , down stream ride, in the flow. Results Accomplish- ment Celebration  Ego (something) Survival ( a condition ) 1 M.D.B. 2.Scarcity 3.Separateness 4 Inevitability 5.Resignation
    • Position
    • ( automatic )
    • Something is
    • wrong. (loss)
    • This isn’t it.
    • (anger)
    • I’m not good
    • enough. (sad)
    • F. Activity
    • ( suffering )
    • An upstream struggle
    • fix it
    • change it
    • move it
    • Past generated
    • and effortful
    Results ( achievement) Never enough  BEING DOING HAVING Useful conversations arise, where? HERE Vision Statement Mission Statement C. for Commitment C. for Action C. for Allowing Awareness Vision Core Values Expressed As Your Ideals
  • 88. Embodied Competence requires: 1. a new way of being 2. practice 3. coaching Some Last Words