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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle madcaddy
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Through your extensive details and also the above statements you are all ready limiting your 'future' perspective.

Letting your sub-conscious work out the details really means not thinking about it too much.

Just briefly thing of what you want the perspective to be, create the symbol and the other elements, and let it go.

When you detail it so much you are actually satisfying the experience of it and making it less likely that it would happen.
 Quoting: Chaol

Okay, I can make another Genius map with less details on the goal. The reason why I added these details is because I learned somewhere else, that successful people have a clear vision on their goals and they even write it down. I thought knowing the exact thing that I want to experience is the best to reach it.

You also mentioned I should use one crazy rule instead of a few conditional rules. May I ask what is not a conditional rule? If I had to do anything without condition, I would be doing it all day. Everything has a condition or a trigger let's say.
If you do something every weekend, that is a condition (if today is Saturday or Sunday then do something). Even in your example on ecsys.org you write stuff like: if you showed your drawing of a car to anyone then draw another one. Or if you draw your dream car, then always draw its wheels black.

Do you see it? Every rule is a conditional rule. So I don't see what is the problem with the rules in my Genius model. Too many of them maybe? Then next time I will just add one rule.

By the way, if I modify any element of the model (eg. only the logic) then I have to change the others as well, thus basically making a new Genius model? If that is the case, is it safe to throw out some old Genius models that did not seem to work? Or throwing them out will bring me farther away from my goal as a kind of revenge?
I just don't want to end up with having to follow a whole bunch of stupid rules after a few trials on different Genius models :)

Chaol: now that you said my models are not likely to bring the car closer to me, I think I will soon dump these not-likely-to-work models and create a new one. Can you please recommend a proper Genius model for my new car that is going to work?
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