A funny thing about the hidden philosophy is there will be days when you wake up with a peaceful feeling that is more monk than warrior.
You will feel lovely.
You won’t be thinking about conquering Everest or vanquishing your enemies.
You will glide through the first couple hours of the day.
And just be feeling more agape than grippe.
The reason this happens is very simple.
At a deep psychological level you have learned to live for yourself.
And living for yourself means giving up all those subconscious drivers – the anxieties and fears – that used to rule your moods.
In other words you have released programming that formerly determined how you reacted to the world.
Thus, you wake up feeling peaceful.
This may seem like a side benefit of the hidden philosophy but it really is the core.
You see, when you release the hidden programming – that was forced upon you – you have the ability to respond naturally.
You feel more like yourself, because you are coming home to yourself.
You act more naturally, because you have discovered your natural you.
And so you will experience the lovely, floaty feeling on awakening and might not realize what caused it.
And because it doesn’t feel like selfishness at all, you might not have associated it with the hidden philosophy which is all about living for your own self-interest.
But what is more in your self-interest than being at peace?
And to ensure that you can look forward to having those beautiful mornings when you wake up with no pressures weighing on your mind and only that lovely feeling of being right with yourself, remember that it comes from your daily consideration of the four pillars of the hidden philosophy:
Survival – Just as a baby fights to fill its lungs with air on the moment after being born, you are the only one who can ensure your continued existence. And on the most important things about this step is refusing to believe that anything else, or any person is ever going to do this vital work for you.
Self-interest – After you are reconnected with your survival instinct, and that it is your sole responsibility, a new way of looking a the world opens up to you. You realize that you can also define your self-interest.
That you can decide what good means to you.
That you can decide what you are going to believe and how you are going to act and so on.
That you can also decide what to ignore – and do what pleases you.
This is a hinge that opens the door to true freedom.
Responsibility – And once you have worked with the ideas of survival and self-interest the notion of responsibility just drops right in your lap.
You are the only person who is going to make any good thing happen for yourself.
You are responsible for every thing already in your life.
You have the awesome power to choose to focus on responsibility and use it as the mental furnace to burn away any excuses, fears or hesitation that used to exist in your life.
Action – and once you have truly accepted responsibility, you are so ramped up and already in motion making your ideal come to life that this step is self-evident.
Action, bold and steady is the only thing that is going to turn all these ideas and wonderful notions into the concrete experience you have decided is your new standard for how you want to live on this earth.
Going through the four pillars of the hidden philosophy is the surefire method to being able to wake up feeling good, at peace and simply lovely.
Because you have rediscovered your self, the only one who matters!
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