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The Illusion of Chaos

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What must we do when all the possibly known resources are used and lead nowhere? What must we do when we have a college degree and can’t find a job? Or, when we are born in a poor and violent environment and don’t get a chance to change our life?

Are we truly being realistic when claiming that life is unfair and we’re unable to alter it for reasons that are presented within our eyesight, because of an economic situation or the fate we receive at birth, whatever that means?

Although this book doesn’t intend to indoctrinate the reader in the belief that there are solutions to the previous questions, it will guide, step by step, regarding finding them by oneself in the fastest way possible, in our own daily life.

In these pages, you’ll realize that there are many human skills that you’re not using, many beliefs that you’re not postulating and many options that you’re not really considering, in order to compensate for everything else, creating an equilibrium that brings forth the life you desire the most.

There are no limitations to what you can get from applying the techniques and principles presented here. […]

Learn more in Illusion of Chaos.

  1. The Relation Between Perspective, Attitude and Decision
  2. The Power of Intention
  3. The Implications of Our Observations
  4. The Fear of Living
  5. The Possibilities Offered by Parallel Realities
  6. The Potential Energy of Pleasure
  7. The Price We Pay to Change

The Relation Between Perspective, Attitude and Decision

 As a person gets older, should be more stable and aware of his or her own decisions. Nonetheless, that’s commonly not the case, as most people find themselves repeating the same mistake for several decades of their life until a proper decision is made, one that demands a certain level of perception of reality, and which doesn’t always exist, not until sufficient elements are present to allow personal conclusions, usually elements that cause a certain discomfort and pain. In other words, most of the factors interfering with one’s drive and motivation are external and not internal, and that’s actually the source of misery, as only a self-absorbed individual becomes unaware of his own responsibility over the elements that conduct karma, namely, decisions towards the moral implications of our wants and fears. Whatever we choose to do or not do, inevitably affects personal karma, which is the fundamental element leading to the need for a decision. [...]


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