Now learning is a process of four stages

Posted in Travel on Aug 07, 2014

We are all learning. No one knows everything. No one knows everything. And it never ends; learning is a continuous process. So don’t try and finish it all in one go. And trust your insights and feelings and make adjustments according to them. Start to learn how to trust yourself. Your insights are – and feelings are very important. Sometimes you may get some emotions, some fear, some emotions that actually try to prevent you from getting what you want. So you need to start knowing the difference between your feeling, your intuition and your regular fear emotions because you don’t have to follow your fear emotions, you can dive into them and understand what they are but you don’t have to follow them. But your intuitions, start to trust your intuition.
Now learning is a process of four stages. There are four stages of competence. I just want to mention this so you are clear as to what is to be expected of you. Now, stage one is unconscious incompetence. In other words you don’t have a clue what’s going on. At this stage once again these are definitions that I’ve gotten for you. A definition of unconscious incompetence is the individual neither understands nor knows how to do something; neither recognizes the deficit or has the desire to address it. So in other words you don’t know that you don’t know that you don’t know. Once you pass that stage you start to get to a stage of conscious incompetence. Here though the individual does not understand nor know how to do something he or she starts to recognize the deficits without yet addressing it.
So I want you to be aware of the stages so that you’re conscious of what’s going on. You don’t try to become a master in one go. I want you to understand that this is very normal for you to start from ignorance, knowing that you don’t know something but you don’t know how to address it and then got to conscious competence where the individual understands and knows how to do something. However, demonstrating the skill or knowledge requires a great deal of consciousness or concentration. In other words you need to put in effort, concentrated effort to get things done. But after awhile you start to develop mastery. Once you have mastery you can do things with – because you’ve had so much practice with a skill it has become second nature and so nit can be performed easily and often without concentrating too deeply. Sometimes you can even forget you’re doing it. So you can also teach it to others at this level.
A simple example of relative. Let’s say you live in the United States. Now I don’t live in the United States but I happened to know that in the US for example some parts of California and New York are very expensive to live in relative to other parts of the United States. Therefore it takes maybe half the amount of money to live as a millionaire in some parts than it does in the others. Or if you take your holiday in Thailand for
example you can live like a millionaire in Tokyo for the price of next to nothing. I know that sounds impractical to some people. We’re not talking – I’m not saying everyone should go to Thailand or China or India or some other place or move to the Rockies but nit is a very simple example that I am giving you. And the more you consider this the more you can see that you can bend reality. You don’t even have to leave your house to bend it. A lot of things are negotiable. Reality is what you make of it.


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