One From The Vault

Insanity is defined as trying to get different results by doing the same thing.


Jan 09, 2023

What are your plans?

Probably one of the most powerful forms of awakening is that of recognizing a negative feedback loop that’s running in your software. By software I mean your program that’s been programmed into your subconscious and keeps running under the impression that it is the right thing to do. 

Who programmed it? 

Well, you’ve been programmed by your MFTPS and whatever you have been consuming on a regular basis. But your consistent daily execution of said programming is where your software comes in.

Insanity is defined as trying to get different results by doing the same thing. If this is true - and it is - observe humanity as it gets up and performs the same tasks at work and life in an attempt to build something significant that will never really come. Like the fable, “Waiting for Gadot”, where two friends are waiting in a park for their friend to arrive — who never does. Then we die and only in the last 10 min before we disappear if we get that moment of contemplation, do we realize what we’ve done with our time. Insane because it doesn’t make sense. Insane because we know not what we do as this happens unconsciously. Until we become conscious of it.

In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was the founder and first king of Ephyra. Hades punished him for cheating death twice by forcing him to roll an immense boulder up a hill only for it to roll down every time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity.

We’ve taken hold of a great power in the experience called life. But we don’t know how to yield it because we keep trying to yield it with an unyielding structure. We try to figure that out by just following what we see others do. Like an army of ants 🐜 following the leader.

To take action today:

  1. Awaken to the insanity of your regularly scheduled program.
  2. Acknowledge that you are working it but it isn’t working.
  3. Re-access your goals and their value to make them worth fighting for.
  4. Find a mentor that has what you desire and ask them for guidance.
  5. Go to work with reckless abandonment knowing that you are now in a structure that carries efficacy. Unless you have other plans.

Make Sense?