Observation demonstrates that the ‘spiritual attitude’ of a person in respect to an upcoming event will modify the outcome of the event.
Such ‘attitudes’ override any mental considerations and any forced emotional attitudes such as ‘postulating’ or ‘desiring’.
The modification of spiritual attitudes has been close to impossible in the past for various reasons: firstly, the inability of an observer to observe himself, and therefore ‘feeling himself’, too; secondly, the power of an unreferenced symbol or perception as a ‘near-absolute’ which excludes any other options.
Again, in theory the solution is amazingly simple: if we interpret the attitude as a deviation to a ‘normal’ level of affairs, it suffices to find exactly the attitude of what would be normal to restore freedom from the fixed attitude.
Fortunately, there is correlation to our musical perceptions: if we interpret our ‘stressed’ attitude being in a relative pitch relation to a base frequency, we can immediately access the ‘normal’ attitude exactly the same way as finding the base tone in musical tones.
Experience with the method of applying this concordance yields an amazing result: not only will the fixed attitude be overcome as such, but it also opens up all other possible attitudes. Just as it is the case with music – once the base tone to a given note is known, all other relative pitch notes can be produced.
This method has been found to be of immense value for all three major sections of the Human Self: Higher Self spiritual attitudes) – Emotions (Middle Self) – and Lower Self (soul levels – subconsciousness).
It can be used not only for removal of unwanted emotional conditions or attitudes but also to instill desired qualities for motivation, endurance, and artistic purposes. Notably, it can be used as a door to the much-wanted Flow-State.
The phenomenon of the ‘relative pitch’ is of a fractal character. It can be found in manifestations of all magnitudes and varieties. Yet, with few exceptions, it eluded man’s vision of nature.
With the comprehension of the ‘relative pitch’ of emotions and attitudes being an inner perception and subjective evaluation, this method has been taught so far only in individual Coaching. It has been found that it is not necessary to have already the ability called ‘perfect relative pitch’ in order to apply this method successfully – the process of self-discovery is the same. This method also does not depend on linguistic or musical abilities. It has already been used, for example, as an auxiliary tool for the successful treatment of autism in small children with very limited vocabulary.
In summary, it is highly recommended for all ages and walks of life even for those who do not consider themselves having problems with unwanted emotions or lack of motivation!
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