Genius By Design
There are three foundations to successful changes in Life, I call each of them Doors because it is as you pass through them that you Enter your own unique Potential:
Body: the Door through which you learn your own style of physical health, and sustainable athletic performance.
Mind: the Door through which you learn about your own mental, creative, intimate, and emotional Potential.
Energy: the Door through which you learn about vitality, learn about trained intuition, about the Potential for Energy to tangibly support the quality and performance in your Life.
Each of the Three Doors has skill levels you will develop over time, but you’ll find that at least two of them work together easily for you. When you work Two Doors together at the same time, they will support each other, and accelerate learning each of them individually.
While there are Three Doors that can be developed so they work together, the most common pairing that people start with are Body∞Mind connections because they are the most tangible, and therefore are the easiest to measure changes through. To work at Masters levels Energy Training becomes more important.
Each of the Three Doors has its own sequence of Training, and Body∞Mind Training Paired Programs are easily developed by you, and for you. All Three Doors follow the same system, each Door is different in its specific disciplines, so they are designed to work together. Such as:
- Applied Philosophy Training Stages (Mind)
- Mapping (a resource in the beginning and all through your Program)
- Spiral Cycles of Growth and Destruction
- Basic Applied Philosophy (4 steps)
- Ordered Priorities
- Athletic Arts (Body)
- Balance and Release
- Connectedness and Flow
When people with higher training in a Discipline use the words ‘Way’, or ‘Do’ or ‘Tao’ such as The Way of Applied Philosophy we are signaling that we are offering training in a higher level of skill or a higher level of Discipline. A radically different level of development of your potential. While many parts of the World think that anything ‘new’ is better, and anything ‘old‘ is of no value, the truth is that the Modern World is not so simple, and to think so is dangerous for us.
Applied Philosophy is not a single Discipline, rather it is three interlocking Disciplines. All three disciplines have a few things in common:
- Sequential Training, Broad Foundations, Principled Organization.
- Tiered Training so that you can learn whichever skills you want in an organized and systematic way.
- Basics that develop two or more interlocking skill sets that will allow you a much broader foundation for stable development of your own potential, in your own unique stile.
When I work with individuals, couples, groups, or organizations, the training program’s designed to develop the basics of Balance within an individual so that they will be able to both maintain their growth disciplines, and increase the ease of that continued growth. Anything taught in the Disciplines of Applied Philosophy are designed to support continued growth. To do that you need to realize that you will be learning principles through Applied Philosophy, and specific Applications from your own unique experience.
While that may sound complicated it really is not. You combine your unique background, abilities, and experiences, with Applied Philosophy skills and perspective, so you can take advantage of your abilities and stop interfering with your own growth.