Sajid

Sajid Kahn

‘You can if you think you can’ is essential for success but not enough to succeed. One needs to learn the ropes of life to succeed.

Current conventional wisdom would have us believe that we operate in a vacuum.  Society doesn’t exist and the sub-conscious is psychotic.  There is no room for the self.  By our current mind model our understanding of our self is incomplete. Psychology is only dealing with one part of a three part phenomenon.  This creates its own enormous problems. As we cannot fully describe the self how can we know, understand and become our true sell? All universities know that the holy grail of education is self mastery yet they stay away from even researching it let alone teach it. This is because under the present mind model it is impossible to define the self within the paradigm of science. As a result mainstream education stays away from teaching the super mature mind level as the super mature mind level involves teaching about the self. Ignoring the premature and super mature mind stages has resulted in the current mess in the world. This ignorance affects/effects everything. Let’s see how it shows up in America that has the most advanced cutting edge education in the world. We brain wash our kids into believing that they are the best instead of building up their real confidence by making them learn the ropes. As a result our kids grow up feeling more confident than what they are capable of. We set them up for depression and constant running for more and more. We teach our kids ‘You can if you think you can’. ‘You can if you think you can’ is essential but not enough to succeed. Learned confidence is the only real confidence.

True, true, true. That’s why psychology is silly

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