The 67 steps… does doing the 67 steps make you deserving? And if yes, why and how? I am listening to step 1 of the 67 steps again. The seventh time? Eighth time? I have lost track. And as is usual for me, I am seeing something that Tai is not saying, and I kind of have been seeing, but not really. In the corner of my eyes. The whole program, the 67 steps, is based on a few quotes: “but is he worth a damn?” Or the one by Charlie Munger: “In life, to get what you want you, need to deserve what you want.” And the third: “there are only three types of people: people who make things happen, people who watch things happen, and people who ask: what the heck happened?”

All seem unrelated, disjointed, and not knowing what to do… My hunch is: These quotes leave you not knowing what would actually earn you what you want. Because it is earning what you want. NOT deserving. Earning. My deserving factor is 70, but my earning factor is 30. Both on a scale of 1–100. So let me attempt to bring it all together for you and for me. Component #1: The deserving factor is the intangibles: what you have to work with.

  • It is spiritual capacities, like patience, or humility or courage… 160 are inactive and activatable spiritual capacities in your DNA.
  • It is knowing a lot about how things work. So when you are looking, you actually know what you are looking at. We call this capacity astuteness.
  • It is awareness of what is relevant and what isn’t. Being able to distinguish ((This is the Amish horse training exercise that is maybe the most important exercise anyone can do))
  • It is being able to see cause and effect… even when they are separated by a wide gap in space or in time.
  • It is being able to do many things well. Skills.
  • And it is being able and willing to learn new things, even though every time that makes you feel stupid and inadequate.

To increase your deserving factor is the main job of the 67 steps.

If you do the steps piecemeal, wiping your brain clean between steps, or if you do it dutifully, hoping that the steps will do the work and you don’t have to… you will not benefit.

  • The right action
  • at the right time,
  • with the right intensity,
  • on the right thing.

All those right-words… no wonder you are not earning anything. This awareness, or the consideration of the “right”, or appropriate, or precise is missing… you see that if any of those are missing, or are not the “right” amount, or the right thing… your earnings through the action dwindle to nothing.

There are a lot of moving parts. It’s a lot like juggling, or it is a lot like spinning plates.

And here, we are back to the deserving factor: I am not humble, and not astute enough. And I am trying to do it, I am trying go it alone.

A coach, a teacher, can only guide you.

  • 1. if your coherence is low, you won’t even get what I am saying. or you’ll consider it a slight, a makewrong, an insult. No guidance is possible.
  • 2. When your coherence gets higher by increasing your cell hydration, you become potentially guidable. It is not certain… you need to put yourself into the father-child field as child.

And you need to do what the guide asks you to do, if you want to benefit from their guidance. If you are not in father-child field but in another field, or even though you are in the right field for coaching but YOU try to be father… or you play the role of belligerent resentful child… no guidance will happen.

Before you can even contemplate Component #2 of your earning factor, you need to increase your Component #1.

In another word: your delusions need to be few and far between. Your delusions about yourself, your delusions about other people, your delusions about life. But to get there, you need to get a lot tougher.

Your starting point measurements tell the whole story about your current level of earning factor. Especially about Component #1.

  • 1. your vibration (1–1000)
  • 2. your overall intelligence, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, body, relationship, etc.
  • 3. the number of spiritual capacities you have
  • 4. your soul correction (your machine):
  • 5. do you have attachments?
  • 6. the level of your health (1–100)
  • 7. the level of your cell hydration (1–100)
  • 8. your relationship to feedback and instruction
  • 9. The level of discomfort you are willing to allow w/o trying to fix it. This is your TLB score…
  • 10. The size of your vocabulary: the number of words you can use accurately.

These numbers, what they measure work synergistically. This means that when you raise one number, it raises all. And when you lower one, it lowers all. ((I see this with people who, for whatever reason, stop energizing their water, or stop adhering to the diet. Or drink energized water only at work, and by the end of the weekend they are a wreck…)) The easiest numbers to raise are number 6 and 7, the health number and the hydration number. Why? Because they are relatively simple, and don’t require your intelligence, your knowledge, your sharpness… just your willingness to do it. I give you what you need to know, what you need to do. Obviously if you are resistant to feedback, or if you think you know better, then you won’t do what I tell you to do.

Your earning factor will remain where it’s at, or will maybe even go lower.

PPS: I wonder if I can measure what is the overall deserving and earning factor for a person… I’ll look at that. It would have value, I think. Keywords: Description: earning factor In common parlance earning factor could be said as earning power. It is a projection of someone’s ability to earn. They mean money, I mean everything that makes life good… love, fulfillment, health, and a sense of security or purpose. your work’s worth Your earning factor depends on how much value you can create in the world, value that is considered value in the buyer’s eyes. earning power Your earning power depends on your knowledge, skill level, and on your intangibles, including exercising your power to act on the right things, with the right attitude, the right intensity, at the right time. Read the rest at



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Sophie Benshitta Maven

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