You might have already reached this conclusion as well, you already are aware that it does not work this way. But you might sense the subtle notion that you can’t change yourself either, this is why mainstream coaching is outdated and you landed here, looking for answers.
Let us make ourselves four simple questions in order to check our current status about change.
- I want the world to change (or people and things around me), because I want troubles to stop bothering me, I need to be left alone.
- I want to change the world, because I need to impose my own view about how people should behave and the right way for things to be.
- I want to change the world, because I inherited the believe that it is my responsibility to change things in order to make other people happy.
- I want to change the world, and I am willing to dedicate all the time and intention to join other people so that we manage to improve things not before we have taken every one’s view into account.
Albert Einstein once said: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”
We can boldly take this quote one step further and claim that for a problem to be solved it is necessary to get rid of the observer of the problem in the first place, if we replace the latter with a wiser observer it’s likely that the problem will disappear instead of needing to get solved in the old-fashion way.
So, how do we change to a wiser observer? the quick answer would be “by changing ourselves”.Yes, that has been tried as well and obviously it’s not working, otherwise you would’t be here reading this post.
The proposal from the Global Convergent Logic is to admit that we do not control things as much as we like to believe.
A computer program is not able to delete or over-write itself, in the same manner we can not get rid of our identity as current self-help methods propose. Computers use boot loaders to get updated, we have the same system installed by default in our biology and it works mostly at night totally out of our egoic control.
In order to be-come- the change that we want to see in the world, as recommended by Gandhi we just need to identify our distortions of preception (what we call errors), identify the logic behind them, and without judgement we are invited to hand over whatever remains outside our understanding to another stage of consciousness that makes sense of it all through a nightly derivation. The “door program” or “fifth observer” gets swiftly activated in our mind and in due course -if we were really neutral about the outcome- we will get results in our everyday life.
We won’t get good -or bad- results, because once reached this point we will have fully understood that nothing is wrong with the world and we do not need to change anything, mostly because we can’t control things during wakefulness…. and this my darling is what they call to become really awake.
If you want to pursue this avenue, we will be more than happy to help!