|01-20-2009, 11:06 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Steve, could you clarify your Mission Statement please?
When you say that you are helping people to live consciously, what is the definition of 'conscious'?
There is one definition that is simply 'being aware',
and another that is to act in accordance with the 'ideal'.
The first simply shows, with indifference to whether the good or bad choice is made.
The second leads, and shows which is best for the individual, in long term, greater good, and in accordance with true north principles for humanity.
So, are you a primarily an expositor or a teacher?
|01-21-2009, 10:00 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Perth, Australia
Consciousness is both.
In this case, it's not "conscious" but "live consciously", two different meanings. Living consciously is being aware of what is real and true, and then acting on what you are aware of to the best of your abilities. It's learning, discovery and experience. Living in alignment with truth, love and power, and avoiding decisions that hinder those.
|01-24-2009, 11:53 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
It may be both. But so far, there are inconsistencies in Steve's approach.
Generally, he seems to be of the view that there is a true north for all humanity, and with his set of principles, he is going in that direction.
The basic set of principles, for instance, are a compass direction, that each is to apply to his own situation.
But, then there are the other extremes, from applying his personal preferences onto others, for instance, saying that because he doesn't need moderate protein in his diet, that others shouldn't need it as well (even though his wife recounts that her health improved when she added it to her diet).
On the other end is indifference, for instance, he shows lightworker and darkworker paths, but does not point to either one as the ideal, saying that it is up to the person to decide. But this indifference causes many to make decisions that are not ideal.
So, right now there is not a consistency in the meaning of the mission statement, nor a consistency to his approach.
It is probably taken that a non-response from him means that he either is not sure, or hasn't decided himself yet what is the meaning and application of his statement.
It would help his readers/ students to know whether he is a writer and expositor, or a teacher and leader, as those are two different roles with different set of principles and expectations.
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