Most things that hide in plain sight are crucial to your success in life. You may be staring at them, but like a color blind person looking at the colored dots that hide the number… you cannot see. ((The truth value of what you can find to read, whether it was written by a PhD or a lay person, is around 7%.
Most of what is said is not true by virtue of it being false… And a very large part makes the whole of what is being said is because it is a very partial truth: narrow cone of vision. But asking the question: what is it I am not seeing may trigger the kind of looking that could dig that or at least some of it out of the invisible… even if it is invisible for everyone.
This is MY methodology: I ask that question to penetrate the invisible part of reality.
I call it channeling, but it is, of course, isn’t channeling, but everyone knows that channeling is good, and no one has a word, good or bad, to penetrate the invisible part of reality. So calling it channeling has stuck.
The truth value of what I say, on average, is above 60%… and that “channeling” is the reason… The other reason is muscle testing while connected to All-Knowledge which I lovingly call Source.
I do most of my work in conversations, including when I write an article. I don’t just write an article, I have one, two or more specific people I talk to in my writing… because it is of special interest to them.
Depending on the vibration of the person addressed, an article is popular or goes right over people’s head.
People can relate to the parts I write to my low vibration students… they can find themselves in it.
I am selfish, I write more conversational articles to my high achiever students… at the expense of my popularity.
This has been one of the things that was invisible until I asked the question today “What is it I am not seeing?”))
Between you and me: you probably have never asked yourself “What is it I am not seeing?” have you?
Why don’t you ask, why don’t you don’t look?
If you think that you know everything: you won’t look.
If you think you see clearly what’s in front of you… you won’t look.