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3 Ingredients Needed for Personal and World Transformation
I fell in love with learning later in life so as a result I was often found with my head in a book. Whilst working as a consultant on human leadership and peak performance, my boss said to me. ”Martin, you know lots more ‘stuff’ than I do because you’re always reading, but the few things I know very well, I apply to lots of different scenarios.”
“To know ten thousand things, know one well” ~ Miyamoto Musashi
From that day forward I set forth on a quest to uncover knowledge that could carry the human race to the next level. Years later, after much searching and study, of whittling away the superfluous and adding the necessary; I eventually uncovered what we most need to understand in order to transform our lives and the world. The knowledge, the challengeand the limitation, are the three essential ingredients.
The knowledge is that there is a universal life cycle that applies to everything. Our outer world is a merciless reflection of our inner world, not in some abstract sense; but literally. If I tell you a story, you’ll create a movie inside your head. Now we have televisions and movie theatres. Our brain is complex and adaptive like the internet. Our evolutionary and biological life cycle is expressed in everything we do. Our relationships, businesses, the economy, all follow this same path. Once understood, we can begin navigating the path more effectively.
“It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison and yet not free — to be under no physical constraint and yet to be a psychological captive, compelled to think, feel and act as the representatives of the national State, or of some private interest within the nation, want him to think, feel and act.” ~ Aldous Huxley
The second ingredient is the challenge. Our society is in the adolescent stage and it’s time to grow up. This age is characterized by 2C behaviours which are controlling and conforming. We’re either trying to be in control or conforming to the hierarchy hoping they will accept and look out for us. I’ll let you into a little secret. ‘They’ won’t because to really help you they would have to set you free and make themselves redundant in the process. Technological advances and human potential for self development, collaboration and creativity are already colliding into the systemic limitations of our 2C world.
Capitalism doesn’t want to solve the world’s problems; it wants to make a business out of them, which just ensures their perpetuity. We want to move towards a 3C world in which we’re connected, collaborative and able to contribute to the whole. Free to pursue our life purpose with passion and mastery; making the world a more socially just, environmentally sustainable and fulfilling place to live.
The final ingredient is the limitation of fear. Fear begins with a question: “Will I be okay?” When we ignore the question the fear grows, attacking us just when we least need it. Like all lessons in life, challenges are repeated over and over until we either collapse and disappear overnight or truly ‘get it’. This is evolution at work and we ignore it at our peril.
“We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face… we must do that which we think we cannot.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
There are seven fears we have to master if we want to transform to the next levels of economic, ecological and spiritual prosperity.
There is so much cognitive dissonance in society resulting from the conflict of values between the ‘business as usual’ approach and how we really want the world to be. When we accept the reality that it is up to each and every one of us to make a difference, then we’ll be more motivated to get on with it.