Following the   E.Y.E   To find    The   W.H.Y     ByAlix Harrow                ii
This is an extract of the book soon to be                                  published                                    Pr...
It is with honour that I present this work……… This work is a culmination of theessence of beings from past and present and...
1         This is an extract of the book to be published                                    IntroductionI assert definitel...
2Following the EyeMy first level of understanding of this is that the eye is concerned with the instinct. Wecan say that t...
3All will be revealedWhen and to whom?And still I follow and stillI amStill.We can now mention the third eye. We describe ...
4way. Unfortunately human beings have a few design faults. Our biggest fault is that weare given to lethargy; it is hard t...
5it is an ongoing journey of development. We are the drivers in our own lives and as myvery good friend says ‘the buck sta...
6As Mead in Landy (1993:22) is clear to point out as a social scientist:       "It is generally recognised that the specif...
7    Brief Introduction to Forum Theatre    The work of Augusto Boal has influenced theatre artists, social workers, psych...
8   As humans we only have a limited capacity and this is governed by our nervous system.    The broader the role-system ...
9   Parents have been warned about excessive texting in children. There are phrases like    Internet addicts appearing. N...
10    In the Edge of Reason: Science and Religion in Modern Society published in 2008 it    states that:                  ...
11    the ego has little time to stabilize and interactions become dysfunctional very quickly.    By building a role-syste...
12    of learning behaviour. We need an adequate role repertoire to enable us to communicate    with each other in a funct...
13   5th is having some understanding of the Mirror Neuron System (MNS) in relation to a   role-system.   In the Oxford Ha...
14   3) The joker is enabling us create the fluidity for us to be able to move backwards       and forwards from observer ...
15role development. We are bound by the confines of the human vehicle, we have to learnto develop within this constraint.I...
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  1. 1. Following the E.Y.E To find The W.H.Y ByAlix Harrow ii
  2. 2. This is an extract of the book soon to be published PrefaceThis book is the consequence of 22 years of theoretical and practical study. Thiswork has been compiled for people who would like to know how an idea is formed.It is composed for people who would like to read my memoirs. The model itself isintended for use by Therapists, Theatre Practitioners, Psychologists andPhilosophers. I would like to believe that I wasn’t biased toward any particulardiscipline although some knowledge of Drama (specifically Forum Theatre) wouldadvantageous.It is an expansion of Augusto Boals “Forum theatre” which came out of hisacclaimed work “The Theatre of the Oppressed “I have called this model ‘TheMicro-Forum Technique’ which is fundamentally Forum Theatre in small groups.It has been a journey of observation, participation and reflection. It is a study ofhuman development fuelled by my need to explore and expand my own behaviourprimarily. It is only through one’s own expansion that human development can beassessed. As the journey unfolded it became increasingly clearer that a method ofbehaviour development was emerging.The method of Behaviour is driven by the model that I have developed called TheMicro-Forum Technique as stated above it is largely based on the work ofAugusto Boal the great Brazilian theatre director and politician. Included is workdeveloped by George Wilhelm Hegel and Carl Gustav Jung. These three greatpioneers have helped shape this work.As the emerging story of my own journey unfolds we see how the development ofa new model is formed. We see the struggles that it takes to achieve this and wesee the long and hazardous route that a process has to go through to come intobeing. iii
  3. 3. It is with honour that I present this work……… This work is a culmination of theessence of beings from past and present and into the future……………. Refinementrequires time patience and methodology. I have come to understand therequirement of these things and are prepared to wait and wait and wait againwhen necessary …………….. I can offer no right answers only true questions andmore time …………….. I can only deliver these messages through the essence ofleadership and hope to influence those that are willing and able to expandconsciousness………….. Only those with will and patience can accomplish theseduties it is not easy……………….. A point has come that necessitates greatchange……………. Human consciousness is expanding at a rate faster than thehuman mind can manage………………… Therefore, new systems, new ways ofunderstanding need to be established in order for the human mind to cope, toreintegrate, and to continue expanding………………... There is always hope………………True greatness can only be achieved through integrating with silence……………...Silence is becoming scarce. Energy waves are becoming multiplied and multipliedagain…………... Energy sources are becoming multiplied and multipliedagain…………………. The nature of humanity is changing…………………. Therefore thestructure of humanity needs to change…………………….. We can only communicatethrough those who are willing to integrate with silence…………………... Knowledgecan only be gained through this…………………… Noise distracts us from our silence;energy forms distract us from our silence……………………. We must proceed withcaution………………….. We must proceed with silence. A long enough silence that wemay hear our own voice. Ode to Boal Our father who’s art is solace, Hello, we remember your name, Forgive our oppressors, and Deliver them from their illusions Hand us the keys to our imagination Lead us not to oppress others Who may walk in our midst. Let us walk together to find the way of freedom. iv
  4. 4. 1 This is an extract of the book to be published IntroductionI assert definitely, that a school book is only good when an uninstructedschoolmaster can use it at need, (almost as well as an instructed and talentedone.) It must essentially be so arranged that uninstructed men, and evenMothers, may find in its clues sufficient help to bring them always one stepnearer than the child, to that progressive development of skill to which theyare leading him. Johann Henrich Pestalozzi (2010:41) Following the E.Y.E (Engage your Education) To find The W.H.Y (What + How = Y)To StartLet us know from the very beginning that everything can have infinite levels of meaningit is our own choice. We can choose to excavate for more meaning or we can pass by forless meaning. It is our own choice. The problem we have, is trying to understand thatwhich is impossible to fully understand, our own minds. If we are to believe the findingsof quantum physics we have to know that by observing something it changes. So byfinding meaning and observing it, it will change in some way revealing another level ofmeaning and so on.Now let us dissect the title a little and find out the meaning that I have given it ……
  5. 5. 2Following the EyeMy first level of understanding of this is that the eye is concerned with the instinct. Wecan say that the instinct is that which is pure and unpolluted by circumstance. If wetrace back our journey deleting all our experience in the world we come to the pureform of ourselves the part of us that knows, the part of us that holds a key to our beingin the world, our purpose. We can describe it as a gut feeling. We can describe it as alonging for something. We can describe it as a niggling feeling. We can describe it as asense of belonging to a higher purpose. We can describe it as the spiritual path. We candescribe it as an essence of ourselves. We can describe it as the base of our beliefsystem. We can describe it as a calling from a distance. This is a poem written about myexperience of it.The CallMy mind is rolling roundWhat is?.................The inner cathedralThe inner sanctum lined with formless wealthMoving slowlyFilling every imagined spaceWith featherlike smokeI follow this entity which is not.As all I am, is within.All I was, inside, rolling, fillingWhat happens now?I feel a craving a mustA formless chantHaunting my yearningMy love, my life, my labour.How is it that I must follow?This seamless barren placeThat calls me,Cry’s at me,Ever whining for furtherance
  6. 6. 3All will be revealedWhen and to whom?And still I follow and stillI amStill.We can now mention the third eye. We describe that as the place in between our twophysical eyes. Some say this is a seat of wisdom and gives access to our higher self? Inancient culture the third eye was said to be in or near to the pineal gland located at thecentre of the brain in between the two hemispheres. The pineal glands location deep inthe brain seems to imply hidden meaning. It was considered a mystery related tospirituality and wisdom.The physical presence of the eye within our head is also the observer and theparticipator of our being in the world. Within the human eye is a micro-processor calledthe Retina. The Retina is a remarkable micro-processing system it detects distance ofobjects and adjusts itself accordingly. It measures the weight and length of light photonswhich come into the eye. It then orders what are known as rods and cones intoformation with detailed information that is then sent via the optic nerve into the brain. Itis a miracle of creation. (Interestingly enough we will be using a cone shape to explorethe form of an archetype later in this work)E.Y.E. (Engage your Education)It has taken a long time to reach this point in my process, as my relationship witheducation has been a battle. I felt unable to learn for a long time and was and still amquite resistant to it (it takes determination to expand ones thought process). Although,I have grown to love learning and I relish the incredible ability I have as a human beingto learn in whatever way I choose. I am so glad that I engaged my education. It is amiracle. The human brain is limitless in possibility. We can almost achieve anything if weare prepared to enter into relationship with ourselves but it requires self-parenting. Bythat I mean that we have to take responsibility for our growth. It takes time and effortto find meaning and understanding within ourselves, we have to enable the hiddenpurposeful self and harness the human being that we are and learn to understand ourjourney. The journey is by and large guided by the interactions we establish with otherhuman beings. It is seemingly a mystery and a task. Many people do not embark on thisjourney. It takes time to realize that we have the ability to shape our journey in our own
  7. 7. 4way. Unfortunately human beings have a few design faults. Our biggest fault is that weare given to lethargy; it is hard to break free from this. Our other fault (if you can call ita fault) is our greatest opponent the need to be loved at all cost mostly to our peril dowe often not find the love that we crave, because we don’t really understand love. It isoften said that we need to love ourselves. Most people spend their entire lives lookingfor love, when all the time it is our life purpose that is the love that is most fulfilling andthis is the route to loving ourselves.The human brain is a fusion of 100 billion neurons with over 15 trillion connections and ittakes great pain to separate neurons one from another. We do this by facing ourthoughts and feelings. We can then begin to understand our selves by some kind ofnegotiation between thoughts and feelings. We begin to engage with our education. Byobserving ourselves and participating with ourselves we are in a self-parentingrelationship.To Find the W.H.Y.Once we start this internal negotiating we start to uncover the why. What the thoughtsand feelings are about. We begin to uncover our belief system, which leads us to ourpurpose. The way to this is to find out what we don’t believe in, this seems to be aneasier route as our sense of what we don’t believe in is slightly more powerful than whatwe do believe in it seems. This is certainly true for me anyway. The belief system isdirectly connected to our purpose and if we can engage our education to illuminate ourbelief system then we find our purpose. Once we uncover what we do believe in we canbring it into consciousness and enable that to be our guide if you like. This can be a longprocess but there is nothing more valuable.W.H.Y. What + How = YOnce we discover that we are able to learn and negotiate learning within ourselves webegin to know what we are about. We begin to know how to learn in our own way.Everybody learns in a slightly different way it would seem if we are to believe Jung’stheories on psychological types. We are all unique and individual, once we start todevelop that uniqueness and enquiry there is a realisation. It is only you that can learnfor yourself, it is only you that can parent yourself ultimately. It is only when we chooseto engage our education on whatever level that we find out why and we find what andhow. This is Y. But, we have to choose it. We have to choose again and again, because
  8. 8. 5it is an ongoing journey of development. We are the drivers in our own lives and as myvery good friend says ‘the buck starts and stops with you’ so true.The BeginningThis book is an exploration of my own journey and growth through education and self-parenting, into the expression of an educational and psychological developmental toolcalled ‘The Micro-Forum Technique’ which is a role-expansion system. I have found thatby developing a role- system within myself I have been able to self-parent, which isbasically creating a dialogue with oneself.I have experienced many roles, and on reflection I came to a point that posed aquestion? Why have I developed so many different roles within myself and why? Istarted to look at my behaviour in a different way and asked more questions. I realisedthat the development of a role- system has helped me integrate with a great manypeople. It has enabled me to become very adaptable and able to communicate in a morefunctional way and also I have learned skills that have helped me to parent myself i.e.learning to cook. Roles are a combination of vocabulary and action. Vocabulary beingequated with the ongoing organizing thought process; and action being more equatedwith emotions released as a consequence of thought. These things have expanded myconsciousness and stabilized my identity creating a useful set of tools.I have therefore; through my experiences and work practise developed a way ofexpanding a role- system. This has been a discovery made through the refining of mybelief system and following the call and the journey of self-parenting.Role 1. A protective persona, a tough shield protecting a susceptible and sensitivepersonality. 2. A role maybe fixed on another by a group, in order to influence the individual into a socially accepted norm. 3. The role could be an illustration of a healthier identity, an ideal toward which thedeficient identity strives for. 4. Is a set of possible behaviours.
  9. 9. 6As Mead in Landy (1993:22) is clear to point out as a social scientist: "It is generally recognised that the specifically social expressions of intelligence, or the exercise of what is often called "social intelligence" depend upon the given individuals ability to take the roles of, or "put himself in the place of", the other individuals implicated with him in given social situations; and upon his consequent sensitivity to their attitudes toward himself and toward one another." (1934: 141)By introducing different role "types" or "parts" avenues of thought process can be adjustedand enhanced through negotiation with self and others.System 1. Is a whole made up of several component parts that work together. 2. The Concise Collins Dictionary definition of the word system is 1. A group or combination of interrelated, interdependent, or interacting elements forming a collective entity; a methodical or co-ordinated assemblage of parts, facts, etc. 3. Therefore a role-system is a method that organizes behaviours.It is essential to have an expanded role system for three primary reasons. 1. To be able to interact with others in work and play. 2. To be able to structure the brain. 3. To create an identity.By structuring ourselves through a role- system we become more skilful and flexible andwe come under control of our ‘selves’. The selves of the personality are created throughthe roles that we develop in life. Each role we develop carries a unique formulation ofvocabulary and action associated with that role. The role system that I have developed iscalled ‘The Micro- Forum Technique’ and is based on the ‘Forum Theatre’ modelconceived by Augusto Boal.
  10. 10. 7 Brief Introduction to Forum Theatre The work of Augusto Boal has influenced theatre artists, social workers, psychologist’s, educators and political activists all over the world. His visionary techniques encourage spectators: active participants rehearsing strategies for change. In pure Forum Theatre, a group of people work together/brainstorm ideas to identify an area of oppression that they would like to challenge. It may of course, be their own oppression. When a theme has been elected, the group devises a small play which the oppression that they have identified is illustrated to a participating audience. The play is acted out and presented to an audience. It is then repeated until someone in the audience is moved to initiate change within the action. The audience member is encouraged to come onto the stage and play out their solution. Solutions are played within a given time frame. This is a very basic outline of the form. Forum Theatre grew out of Boals’ theatre of the oppressed. In South America in the 1970’s Augusto Boal witnessed political unrest and oppression and in reaction developed a style of theatre practise to address some of the issues that were pertinent in that society at that time. The object was to enable the people to look at their oppression through a theatrical form. To transform the perceptions of the people, to generate action with the public. By looking at problems by taking action in the form of dramatic representations the people were empowered to change or to acknowledge their own ability for change. By adapting the structure of Forum Theatre it has been possible to expand its great efficiency as a tool of behavioural change. It has been possible to adapt the structure into a small group formation that I have called ‘The Micro-Forum Technique’, creating an arena that is contained and efficient at structuring a role development system. Some observations: Life is getting faster and faster and will reach a crescendo point soon when we will feel that we have lost control. By the implementation of an adequate role-system subtle nuances of the nervous system become informed and we gain control over ourselves.
  11. 11. 8 As humans we only have a limited capacity and this is governed by our nervous system. The broader the role-system the greater control we have over the nervous system. More than a third of young people in the UK aged 16 to 24 do not feel part of their local community. Having an expanded role-system aids our communication skills. If we expand our minds and our experience through the development of a/the role- system we have access to greater awareness and knowledge. We are able to communicate with a broader range of people which leads us to greater awareness of self and others. Young people feel separated from the people around them. Role-systems enable greater integrative abilities. Being part of a community and interacting with a mix of people is a crucial part of a young persons development. We are more able to mix with a range of others if our role repertoire is expanded. Our vocabulary and actions are expanded. Approximately one in five people aged between 16 and 24 are unemployed. This has given way to labelling of people the new NEETS (not in education employment or training). How does this feel as a human being to be labelled in this way? If we are not in education and/or employment there is no way for the role-system to be expanded this will lead us into isolation as our communication skills remain limited. We may form unhealthy attachments with likeminded people who also have no role-system. Children learn roles through characters in games with others. This is fine until we remove the child from the child he needs to be building roles with and we place the child alone in a room with a computer and he supplements his role-building journey from the real to the fantastical and continues building roles virtually. Alone with no human contact. Roles in virtual games are not sufficient building blocks. Virtual characters do not display empathic qualities. Empathy can only be built through interactions with other human beings.
  12. 12. 9 Parents have been warned about excessive texting in children. There are phrases like Internet addicts appearing. New words are appearing in our vocabulary, hyper-texters, hypernetworking and a new disorder called Divided Attention Disorder or DAD linked to an overloading of information. We can harness the dynamics of this divided attention and use it as a positive learning tool. The amount of information we receive may exceed the limits of our capacity to learn and hold information so this may cause memory problems. By harnessing the attributes of how the mind is working in the external world we can re-align ourselves internally at the same time. We can develop alongside a new method of being in the world. It is also suggested that vast amounts of information and communication may damage/change the part of the brain called the pre-frontal cortex. The id and the ego are in reversal. The ego is becoming weakened and fragmented due to the acceleration of information input into the brain. The id is becoming more powerful because of the acceleration of the drive behind the evolution of entrepreneurship. There is one thing that is fundamental for human learning and that is face-to-face interaction which enables the function of the mirror neuron system. The mirror neuron system was considered in the late 80’s and studies began in the 90’s. This is a key to our evolution and if this is forced out of functioning by our so called new improved means of communication we are destined to return to an animalistic nature, governed only by fear and isolation. The most important function of the mirror neuron system is that it facilitates our ability to empathize. Empathy is the ability to distinguish and, to some extent, share feelings that are being experienced by others. Young people today are committing horrific crimes at an ever increasing rate. This is due to a growing epidemic of the lack of empathy or what we may choose to call empathic depression.
  13. 13. 10 In the Edge of Reason: Science and Religion in Modern Society published in 2008 it states that: “Enthusiasm for mirror neurons explanatory power has gained momentum in the past few years as dozens of published studies have linked them to language, imitation, autism and empathy. If Ramachandran, Iacoboni and the hundreds of other neuroscientists now pouring over mirror neurons are correct, directly sharing the experience of others, what mirror theorists call ‘embodied simulation,’ is key to who and what we are, how our brains and minds evolved, and how they develop from childhood” (2008:66) In Mirror Neuron Systems: the Role of Mirroring Processes in Social Cognition published in 2009 we read that: “While 15 years ago, a neuroscientific understanding of our capacity to intuitively understand other individuals was unthinkable, scientific discoveries’ over the last decade start to outline the skeleton of a unifying theory of intuitive social cognition”. (2009:32) It goes on to say: “While we witness the actions, emotions, and sensations of other Individuals, our brain spontaneously recreates a pattern of neural activity that resembles that while we perform similar actions or have similar sensations and emotions. At the neural level, this appears to occur through networks of brain areas shared between the experience of actions, sensations and emotions and the observation of these states in others” (2009:32) We can see the valuable impact that this new study of the evolution of the human brain has on our understanding of behaviour. The study of the Mirror Neuron System has to be taken seriously for our development. The brain is controlled by an intricate network of processes that need to link together in order for the whole system to function coherently. If we are absorbing too much information at any one time, our ability to understand and assimilate is affected. This creates a distortion of the interface that we have with the external world. We interact with the world through the system known as the ego. If the ego is not stable then interaction with others becomes difficult. If we are learning in this new fragmented way
  14. 14. 11 the ego has little time to stabilize and interactions become dysfunctional very quickly. By building a role-system we can stabilize the ego. If we are not linking things together we are heading into fragmentation and instability. People are starting to communicate in a fragmented way that affects language and behaviour. Behaviour is only developed through the expansion of our role repertoire and our interaction with others as stated above. If we are learning in a fragmented way, our Roles are not developing in a healthy way. Roles are primarily made up of vocabulary and action. They may be called chains of thought or thought channels. The human body produces energy, which effects how the nervous system functions and develops, we need to pay close attention to this. The state of the nervous system is a key factor in our ability to learn. By learning a role-system we develop subtle nuances of the nervous system as every role activates the nervous system in a different way. If we can harness the energy of the nervous system we can develop a powerful learning vehicle. We need to focus on Role expansion, increase, evolvement, empowerment, improvement, growth, and health. It is only through role development that we increase our vocabulary. We must learn to be both leaders who observe and participators that follow, we must be participators that lead and leaders that follow. This can only be achieved through the learning and understanding of “roles.” The vibration of consciousness controls human behaviour. Vibration is governed by cause and effect. Cause and effect dictates the levels of interaction between people. Therefore it is vital that we study and observe how we behave as individuals and as communication beings. We need to utilize the Mirror Neuron System by studied interaction with others. Behaviours build roles and roles build behaviours. The working system is changing we are moving to a point in time where jobs are becoming scarce. We are still in an education system that is geared towards helping people into the working framework. We are moving towards a new framework, which may well mean that there are fewer and fewer jobs. If this is the case and it can plainly be seen, we need to adopt a new learning strategy not that of learning to work but that
  15. 15. 12 of learning behaviour. We need an adequate role repertoire to enable us to communicate with each other in a functional way. We learn roles through the working environment. We learn programming through education. If you overload an electrical circuit with power it will incur a fault of some kind. At the present time information is being blasted at our brains in simultaneous streams and the human brain is indeed an electrical circuit. Jobs are becoming in short supply what happens to people’s role development if they don’t have jobs? We have to find an alternative new way of training. We have to build a new system of learning. A system that does not train people for work necessarily but a system geared towards learning how to behave. Behaviour training. If we can build an adequate Role – System we can be understood by others hence the importance of the findings of the mirror neuron system and the need for communication through roles. We cannot learn empathy through social media or electronic programming this is proven by the findings of the Mirror Neuron System. We need continued social face to face learning and integration. We need an education system that empowers people to develop themselves. Where can this Model be used? It can be used in Education and any Social or Psychological rehabilitation services. What are the core principles? 1st is stabilization of the ego. (Even by reading this book your ego will be strengthened because it describes a journey of ego formulation and your brain will re-member the structure and grow from that). 2nd is stabilization of the ego through role development. 3rd is stabilization of the ego through role development and integration with others. 4th is stabilization of the ego through role development and integration with others into a role-system.
  16. 16. 13 5th is having some understanding of the Mirror Neuron System (MNS) in relation to a role-system. In the Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology 14.9 Language page 189, it states: “The MNS in essence is a mechanism that creates a direct link between the sender of a message and its receiver. Thanks to this system, actions performed by other individuals become messages that are understood by an observer without any cognitive mediation.” It goes on to say: “On the basis of this fundamental property Rizzolatti and Arbib (1998) proposed that the mirror mechanism underlies language evolution.” 6th is to have some awareness of the Nervous System (NS) and how this affects our interactions with others. In the Collins Concise Dictionary page 893 the definition of Nervous System is: “Nervous System n. The sensory and control apparatus of animals, consisting of a network of neurons.” The component parts used to activate the core principles. Observer Participator Joker Facilitator Storyteller Supervisor Each role we develop in this case is crafted in a particular way to stabilize growth.1) The observer is working on the external world.2) The participator is working on the internal world.
  17. 17. 14 3) The joker is enabling us create the fluidity for us to be able to move backwards and forwards from observer to participator in any given moment in time. 4) The facilitator is the assistant function. 5) The storyteller keeps an account of the story being told in the now. 6) The supervisor is put in place to oversee the entire process and is a personal assessment tool.The ideal is that once the role system is activated all of the above component partsbecome active at the same time so that we have a full and rounded understanding ofbeing in time and space and our ego becomes more stable as a result.How does this Work?We need to observe and participate in what we are doing at the same time. The joker ortrickster enables us to become more flexible by activating our shape shifting abilities sothe movement between the observer and the participator viewpoints is more efficient.We need to be able to facilitate this movement for ourselves. If we can, then we aremore able to tell our stories as coherent journeys; finally we need to be able tosupervise our established actions in the now. If this is achieved then our ego becomesstabilized. We interact better. We communicate better. We behave better. We arebetter. We have enabled the self-parenting function. This study is the result of the exploration of my journey into purpose. This hasbeen achieved by perseverance, and nothing can stand in the way of perseverance. Wemust walk the path, even if it is of difficulty, if it is, and it often is, then we must walkthe path of trust. We may not feel able at times. We may not feel worthy at times, but itis just a journey. We must be ready to let the creation and other people help us on theway. We must proceed with the tools that we have. The tools are what our life journeyproduces. What is most interesting is not that a process has evolved, but what and howit evolved. We must learn to walk in vulnerability. This means that we must drop falseego states, ways of behaviour that we think are right. Ways of being that the mindproduces in order to survive. We must learn to be soul driven and not ego driven. Bythis I mean that our soul is travelling in the human vehicle that we are. The soul needsto develop ego states that help to illuminate purpose; it is a way of structuring the braininto segments of expression. If we become soul driven we are focused by purpose andnot ego. As a contradiction we are going to be talking about ego stabilization through
  18. 18. 15role development. We are bound by the confines of the human vehicle, we have to learnto develop within this constraint.It is our legacy to enable our soul’s purpose by the way we develop ego states. The waywe formulate ourselves in order to deliver our message.We must learn to allow our uniqueness to evolve by enabling ego states that facilitateour journey rather than ego states that we develop to conceal our behaviour. We mustlearn to express our ‘selves’ we are creative beings. When we are in alignment with oursoul, and our ego state (the way we present ourselves in the now) is facilitating ourpurpose it brings us in line with the truth which is unique to us. This brings usconfidence and unity. We strengthen our energy field.So we reach the beginning. It has taken me along time to accept that we just reach aseries of beginnings. This was a really frustrating realization and continues to frustrateme. We can refine the moment we are in and we can work with those refinements in thenow. But that is all that is. We reach the next moment with the knowledge andrefinements that have come through from the last and we continue like this.My personal challenge has been to bring this incredible mechanism the human mindunder control. I have spent many years refining my own behaviour and the difficultiesthat I have experienced as a consequence. Along with the illumination of my internalworld comes the exploration of the external world that the internal world inhabits. Theoutcome of continued exploration can only lead to ones greatness which in turn leadsand reaches the greatness of all.So let us follow the journey from the beginning or the first beginning if you like. I shallcall the chapters foundations as it is a journey of building foundations one to the next soit would seem and we will uncover the ‘Micro-Forum Technique’.Thank you.
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