###The Natural Learning Ability of the Physical Dissected.### How does the concept of fairness contribute to siblings not taking each other into consideration? How does the concept of fairness sabotage a child's ability to see their responsibility in their world? How can fairness sabotage the relationships between siblings? How can you support your child to see doing chores as a contribution rather than something they "have to" do?
This interview covers a case study in which an individual never quite felt that they were on the path or in the career that they wanted, or were meant, to be on. How did they actually end up sabotaging their self growth and expansion by entertaining this belief? How is the concept of "feeling fulfilled/happy" in your life or what you do also a form of self sabotage? How can you support yourself to focus on the present moment and point where you are at in your life and grow yourself ...
Why is it important to walk through the support in this Perfection series as practice, rather than waiting for some future moment where you may face the Perfection system? What is involved with the redefinition process of Perfection? How can you support yourself to create your definition and living on Perfection?
Where does our desire and drive to be a part of a relationship or group come from? What is this desire masking about ourselves? What is the relationship between the dependencies we have on feelings and how we use those feelings to hide the truth from ourselves?
In what different ways can you suppress your thoughts and emotions? Why do you only suppress particular thoughts and emotions? How does your Mind identify which thoughts and emotions to suppress? Why do you experience some thoughts and emotions as "strange" or "foreign", which you then react to by going into shock?
What is the relationship between spite and stubbornness? How does stubbornness create an illusion of independence that can lead to compromising ourselves and our relationships to others? How can we assist and support ourselves to identify the dimensions of spite and independence respectively that we use and abuse when reacting in stubbornness?
Why and how do we deliberately create the dynamic between weakness and strength in the Mind? How does the see-saw experience of falling and standing up in facing such a perceptual 'strong' point in the Mind contribute to perpetuating the 'weakness' we experience which drives us into justifying giving up entirely? How can we assist and support ourselves to ensure that we do not participate in the falling and standing up polarity to justify giving up when facing...
Why is insecurity more a system in your Mind rather than an emotion? How does insecurity affect your thinking, personalities and behaviour? Why does the experience of insecurity not seem like a big thing when you do access it from time to time, when in reality it has a major effect on many dimensions of your Mind? What does the insecurity system look like through interdimensional eyes?