CRUDE THOUGHT VI: YOUR PROCESS

You must Discover your Process.

You are allowed to take bits and pieces of information from reliable sources and make them work for you. Add your personality and infuse them with your natural ability. You do not have to follow someone else's life program verbatim. You will not learn your own style by imitation alone. You will learn by trying it your way and then figuring out how to deal with the repercussions of your decisions.

Their will be tons of advice, mostly okay, but some may be detrimental. Either way, you must pay attention to the outcomes of the advice taken.

Small example: Just because Doctors and Scientist say you should get at least 8 hours of sleep; does not mean that it will work with your mind and body.

I sleep when I am tired. Sometimes that means in the middle of the day, or 30 minutes before work. You must rest the mind frequently. Sleep is the recharge state.

I have a very sporadic sleep cycle, but I seldom exhausted. I always have energy, whether I have slept for 2 hours or 5 hours. I seem to generate my best thoughts and creativity with this pattern.  

For some, this would not be comfortable, but it doesn’t matter because it is what works for me. If I happen to need 8 hours or more on some days, then so be it. My pattern is flexible and congruent with the tempo of my life.

My point:

“Do what works for you and not what works for them.” Trust your own instincts regarding which path to take during your stay in this Realm. You will, for a time, travel with the wrong people somewhere down the path. You will regret many decisions made. You will hate yourself and then love yourself some more. And some day, you will reach a place where understanding is customary to wisdom. This becomes your Warrior State. You have chosen the path that you want to take. You have learned what works for you and what doesn’t. You have thrown out false advice and idolatry. Now stand firm and live “your” life.”

User Agreement: The user of this mind and body accepts all responsibility for the outcome of decisions made by said user.

Choose Wisely.