Here's just SOME of what you'll learn when you go inside right now:
The Four Elements And Four Levels Of Warriorship
The Four Elements Framework For Post-Modern Leadership
A simple Four Elements Process To MASTER The Art Of Strategic Thinking And Mental Warfare
The Four Stages Of Enlightenment And Permanent Self-Awakening
And much, MUCH more...
I teach and train personal development in terms of The Four Elements model, and when you go inside I'll teach about that in great depth.
Understanding The Model
Every cell, organism or system follows a path of creation, stasis, degeneration and death.
The model of the Asian stupa, pagoda or chedi is a physical manifestation of the elemental philosophy, with the base signifying Earth, and then water, fire, air and void.
One thing you'll notice is that each successive state is smaller than the previous. The foundation is always given precedence.
This model can be expressed or applied several different ways:
- Physical-Social-Mental-Post Personal Power
- Gross-Subtle-Causal-Non Dual Energy
- Shamanism-Monasticism-Mega religion-Syncretism
- Pre Historic-Ancient-Modern-Post Modern
At end of the Air or wind cycle for any and all manifestations of this model comes a brief period of "void", "chaos" or "potential".
This model also corresponds to -
The Buddha's Four-Fold Model Of Reality (from Abhidhamma, rather than Suttas)
The fourfold model of reality:
- Material qualities (rupa)
- Mental states (cetasika)
- Consciousness (citta)
Another well known model of this elemental language is found in the writings of Miyamoto Musashi, a seventeenth century warrior.
A Book of Five Rings: A Guide to Strategy has been an international classic for centuries and is now being read by a modern Western audience.
Drawing upon his experience in personal combat, he declared that predictability made one unnecessarily vulnerable to one's opponents.
Real Power Is Cultivated By Mastering All Of The Elemental Strategies
He believed that if you had access to each of them, you would become spontaneously creative and unpredictable.
It's similar to learning to play jazz. First you need to master producing the sounds themselves, then the basic scales of your instrument. Then, you learn to practice pre-established routines from sheet music, and finally - you can improvise. You can play jazz effectively.
He called these strategies: Ground, Water, Fire, Wind, and Void (Space).
For Musashi, the essence of the Five Rings was to be found everywhere in Nature.
That means that you already know these strategies, albeit not by these "exotic" labels.
In other words, even though we spend most of our time interacting with life and each other through the medium of words, the real secrets of change and power lie hidden beneath verbal language in the primordial wisdom of Nature.
“To realize the principle within your own heart,
do not just read, memorize or imitate, instead,
study hard to absorb these things into your body.”
Miyamoto Musashi, A Book of Five Rings
An Encounter Is An Encounter Is An Encounter
From the point of view of your animal nature, it does not matter if what is approaching is a person, thing, work deadline, expectation, feeling, or a totally imagined event.
Through your responses, you create your world.
The way you respond forms a structure of thought, feeling, muscle, and energy that either supports you in being your best or serves as an obstacle to your positive desires and feelings.
The way you respond is also your mind-set.
Over time and through repetition, this becomes your personal infrastructure or “bureaucracy of habits.”
Every different way of moving through life and responding to encounters has its corresponding psychological and behavioral aspects.
The way you move through life can be seen and is dramatically affected by the way you move through space, and inside this free training we'll work on total optimization of your psycho-physical complex, your movement, and the way you engage every thing in your life.