How’s that for what seems like a contradiction?
The reason that this law is so important/significant is that it helps you understand and control the normal process of adopting behaviors, beliefs, traits, attributes, and security structures (this will be covered in future sessions). It’s the way that you become who you are every day, it’s why you are who you are, it’s how you became the person that interprets stimulus the way you do, it’s who you are, who you “is”, who you “be”, the very “being” that you “is” (this terminology will be covered in a future session).
It’s important that you understand this, because the problem you see is that it starts as insignificant, so in other words if it’s insignificant, it’s also undetectable. So it happens without “you knowing it”, for good and for bad. Very often you are its prey, however if you understand this law, and how to use it, it becomes an extraordinarily valuable tool as well.
Concept: if today you added one new positive thought to your life and you continue this every day, would today be significantly different than any other day? Would it even be different at all? If today you added one new negative thought to your day and you did this every day, would today be much different than any other day? The answer is undetectable/insignificant. The very problem is you can’t tell if it’s doing good or bad to you.
Have you ever met an incredibly negative person? Everyone knows they’re negative except for whom? Have you ever met a “know it all”? Have you ever met a bitter person? Have you ever met a person that has victim mentality? Have you ever met a person that seems to want you to always feel sorry for them? In turn they are paralyzed. Everyone knows that these people are this way except for the most important person, them. How does this happen?
If it happened quickly it would be easily detected. For example, if you take a frog and throw it into boiling water, it will jump right out alive. If you take a frog and you put it in water the temperature of its environment and you increase the temperature one degree at a time, it will eventually boil to death unknowingly.
No person wants to be negative, or have victim mentality, or have “feel sorry for me” mentality, or any type of negative trait/behavior or belief. What normally happens is that some event happens, and around this event a story is created, and the event is interpreted by one’s operating system of their mind. It’s not the events fault. Yes, the event was a stimulus, but the fault lies in one’s operating system.
Read this shoe story slowly and imagine how you would react if you were sitting in this restaurant.
A group of rowdy teens come to a diner, one starts pounding the table, chair, wall and screaming. (How would you react?) The diners become angry, upset, annoyed and one yells “shut that jerk up”. (Do you think that maybe something you might do/think?) One of the teens responds “his mother was just murdered” …and with a new understanding the diner’s paradigm instantly forever changed.
… and his parent that was murdered. Initially the diners interpreted the “event” as a series of behaviors one way, and then that “event” and the exact same behaviors, became interpreted in a completely a different way. The event did not change did it? What then did change?
Here’s another example of times when you know your conscious mind and your subconscious mind are not in alignment. Your conscious mind adjusts first, and often you’ll hear people say “it just hasn’t hit me yet” or” it hasn’t sunk in yet”.When might you hear this? Often from the players after winning the Super Bowl, or an actress at the Academy Awards, or the birth of a child, or the sudden loss of a loved one.
What is that sensation? What is it that you’re feeling? It’s a disconnection between your conscious and subconscious. This happens when your subconscious mind still has the old set of beliefs and needs to catch up, so there’s a disconnect, and you feel strange, out of alignment. To achieve maximum performance, it’s important that your conscious and subconscious are in complete alignment.
That of course was an extreme event. Most events are more subtle and the “victimizer” unknowingly, a loving mother, father or friend, as sad as this is, the victim is an innocent baby. I have worked with thousands of people that as babies were the innocent prey of the very people that loved them the most. Furthermore, if you’re a parent you’re likely, unknowingly, programming your children in a harmful way, and your parents unknowingly, likely, programmed you in a negative way. Furthermore, they most often believed that what they were doing was beneficial to you.
For example: imagine a baby two years old sitting in a high chair being fed by its mother, and every time feeding time comes, in one hand is a spoon with food and in the other is a toy. As the mother feeds the baby, she shakes the toy and at the same time smiles. And when the victim, I mean baby, eats, mom claps and celebrates, proudly saying “you are mommy’s little girl”. Mommy rewards her little girl for gorging herself, thinking she’s doing right.
Think about that. What was the damage that was done? How was this significant in the baby’s life, at that very time, at that very moment? That’s right, totally insignificant but eventually significant and destructive. What’s the problem that baby will have later on in life?
Working with thousands wanting to reduce their weight, I have never met one person with a weight problem that wasn’t a victim, or pray of the very people that loved them as children. Of course you can’t blame the mother in this example, as she thought she was doing right, good, loving her precious little innocent baby. But mother was sowing the seeds of insignificance, which have major significance later in life. For example, if the destructive programming resulted instantly in the baby being fat she would stop right away wouldn’t she? It’s because of the very fact that it’s insignificant is that it is so destructive. However at the same time, if you understand this law of insignificance, it can be a huge benefit/blessing/tool.
Other seeds of insignificance that a parent may sow is telling a child “if you keep that up one day you’ll end up in jail”. Ask an inmate if they ever heard that as a kid. Stop lying, you’re always lying, you’re a big fat liar and then the parent is surprised that they continue to lie. Words are very powerful, maybe just maybe the most powerful force on earth, after love and God.
The reason that you are the way that you are, including your beliefs, your operating system, and the beliefs in your hard drive, all were born as insignificant, then grew and today shape who you are. At times with as the sower being meaningful and specific in engineering who you are today, but most of the time a unknowing victim of the environment that you find yourself in, a wandering generality. I challenge you to become a meaningful specific, to create, design, and engineer the person that you want to be.
The next time that you do anything that you do and for the millisecond you think it’s insignificant, reflect on this law and think about the consequences of this insignificant thing that you may be doing. Better yet, every day do positive insignificant things that create a life of joy, peace, fulfillment, happiness, satisfaction, love, cherished moments, gratefulness, and endless possibilities.
The really amazing thing is that even though it starts as insignificant, in other words you don’t notice it, significance happens rather quickly. For example, if you leave your car lights on and you’re sitting in the car for a while, you would be able to listen to the radio and turn on the interior lights. But if you left and came back in the morning, just a night later, the radio and interior lights wouldn’t work and the engine wouldn’t turn over, and the battery would be dead.
Everything that you do in life that’s worthwhile is born insignificant and grows into significance.
This law of insignificance will become one of the pillars that we will use in almost every session so it’s so incredibly important to fully understand.
Below are some simple “words” (when you read my explanation on what a word is (not Webster’s definition), “word” will never be the same again) that on the surface may seem insignificant but have profound significance (you may be asking what does this have to do with smoking or weight issues, plain and simple, major significance). Keep in mind, my goal is that you never have to deal with smoking or weight issues ever again in your life after you complete this journey with me.
Simple insignificant activities that create powerful significance:
Replace “have to” with “get to” or “want to” as you read this reflect on psychologically this seemingly insignificant change will have profound significance. Maybe not instantaneously but over time, really, you have nothing to lose, do you? Do it, see how it works for you and how it actually changes you.
Example: no longer say “I have to go to work”. Instead say “I get to go to work” or better yet, “I want to go to work” because I can, or because I’m so fortunate I have a family to provide for, or because I’m alive, or because I was not killed in a car accident, or because I don’t have an illness that prevents me from working, or best yet because I love work and the gift of being able to provide for my family.
If every time you replace “have to” with “get to”, this insignificant change from replacing “have” with “get” will have a profound impact on your quality of life. The average person says hundreds of times per day “have to” when “get to” changes dramatically the way that your subconscious mind processes the “input/stimulus” which profoundly/dramatically changes the happiness factor, joy factor, satisfaction factor. The likelihood of success, by this seemingly, at least initially, insignificant replacement of the words, dramatically in turn creates extraordinary significance when practiced over time.
Assignment: every single time you say the word have to lightly pinch yourself (you’ll understand later) and then, happily with a smile on your face, replace “have to” with either “get or want to” do this the next time you have to, vacuum, fixed a car, take a shower, wake up in the morning, read my emails :-), sit in traffic, go to work, etc. and allow insignificance to give rise to great significance.
Please do keep in mind you have absolutely nothing whatsoever to risk by doing this, but you are at great risk by not at least seeing how this works.
I get to share this technology with you on a regular basis, I can’t imagine a greater gift than the gift of “get to”… And hearing about how your life has changed/improved… Nothing will give me more joy than hearing about your life a year from now full of limitless possibilities.
Every day, tell three people how much you appreciate them! Start your day, every day by telling 3 people minimum how much you appreciate them, you can do it by email, or by phone call, or simply by letting them know the next time you see them.
They will feel great, and that’s why you should do it, but the truth of the matter is, you’ll feel greater! However don’t you dare do it for that selfish purpose but do it to let them know that you genuinely appreciate them and in turn you will reap extraordinary rewards born initially as insignificant however profoundly significant when done over time.
Do this every day and this seemingly insignificant act will change your life, almost every email that I send out I close with something that inspires and something that demonstrates appreciation. For example: make today a masterpiece of a day, with much appreciation, kind regards Alex. I can’t tell you how many times people have commented and said as a result they made the effort to create a masterpiece of the day. Or they’ve told me that as a result of my appreciation they felt better and in turn performed better.
In turn, every single time I send out an email this insignificant gesture makes me feel better/happier/fulfilled, as a result I’m inspired/Motivated/excited, I love life and I’m happy that I made someone else feel better.
Every email, every greeting, every time you talk to someone, it becomes an opportunity, a gift, a chance to plant the seed in another human beings life, so they have a better day. Life simply just can’t get any better than that, to every day have the opportunity, blessing, chance to make “life” better for another human being by such a simple/insignificant gesture that breeds into profound significance, and which is more, the greatest beneficiary of making someone else’s life better is “you”.
I challenge you, go, make every day at least three people’s lives a little bit better by letting them know how much you appreciate them.
Treat everything as a gift.
When you wake up in the morning, you have a choice. You can say “good God it’s morning”, or “good morning God”, almost the same words but the insignificant seeds that the words plant are different.
If you looked at the day as a gift and that you “get to” wake up in the morning, you’ll feel more inspired, more positive. So your day would go something like this. I get the gift of a new day; after all I could’ve died in my sleep. When you look at it that way, it is a gift, isn’t it?
I get the gift of making my bed; after all I could have been forced to sleep on the hard ground, and not have a bed. I get the gift of taking a hot shower; I could’ve been born at a time when people went months without bathing, couldn’t I have? I get the gift of making myself some breakfast; I could be starving. I get the gift of going to work; I could be unemployed.
Can you see by just simply reframing the thought you can feel the insignificant change that was sowed? And if you do this all day long, one thing after another, can you see that no longer does it take years to have significance? You’ve collapsed time frames and in a day, there just may be some significance, in a week measurable maybe, in a month certainly, in the year… Profound.
As you learn more about the technology of WINosp, consider this law, and what may seem insignificant really is just where it starts. The mustard seed doesn’t think it’s insignificant, though it starts as a tiny insignificant speck. Nothing that you do with repetition is insignificant, there are always consequences, and within you is the power to drive them to destroy your life or create a life of limitless possibilities.
Greet everyone positively
The next time someone says “how are you doing?” don’t respond with something like “under the circumstances okay” or “no news is good news”. This doesn’t inspire the person that you just greeted and doesn’t inspire you. Greet them with something positive such as “I’m having a great day”, “it’s wonderful to be at work today”, “super-duper”, or “super-duper but I get better”.
Come up with something creative that’s positive and they will feel better, and so will you. Once again when you start doing this it will be insignificant, but do it every day and before you know it, it will be powerfully significant.
In addition, the “master programmer” Mohammed Ali recognized the power of downloading/programming with the world-famous WINstruction “I am the greatest of all time”. He recognized the extraordinary power as so many great athletes do. If every time you greet someone and they ask “how are you?” you respond “three levels above fantastic, seven levels above super-duper and 22 levels above outstanding!” (Outstanding, committed to excellence in everything), consider the program you would be downloading with every single greeting.
Article by Alex Goen