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  • Paul June 30, 2017, 6:00 am

    As usual,Paul,excellent insight. I would add that with a task, there is the illusion that a static state of completion is a desirable end (as skill learned as it were) as opposed to a dynamism which is a more evolutionary state which is flexible yet powerful.With the former there are limits as opposed to the latter where you feel free to act and be yourself, where, at the risk of tripping myself up here, true confidence resides.

    • Ross Jeffries June 30, 2017, 6:23 am


      Yes, a dynamic process rather than a static “trait”. Well said.

  • A M June 30, 2017, 7:11 am

    Ross, I think confidence doesn’t exist as an archetype, when people feel the autopilot activated inside a sintax, they feel comfortable in the silence but they aren’t aware… like when you don’t recognize the beauty in a hot model, where does her self’n’confidence go?
    Acceptance confidence to me is simply clarity and awareness.
    I deepened clarity with the no-meaning “instant self-hypnosis pattern”. It’s meaningless and paradoxical because it creates people critical factor (that isn’t bypassed, but he becomes a loyal soldier) and past identities that in my opinion are only manifestations and rationalizations from the present.

  • Zarathud The Incorrigible - Offender of The Faith June 30, 2017, 5:32 pm

    LOL. This is the problem I have with trying to anticipate how an interaction might go. If I think of three different ways she might respond and how I could respond to each, she’ll come up with something I haven’t thought of yet.

    • Ross Jeffries June 30, 2017, 11:22 pm

      You’re thinking ahead too much. Let her tell you (though vibe, trance words, etc.) what response you should have. Women are jangling the keys to the Land of Moist Pink Abundance before our eyes. We just need to notice them!

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