THE BIGGER THE DREAM, THE HARDER THE GRIND

What’s holding you back in life?

Is your dream not big enough to pull you into its future?

Or are you not working hard enough to achieve it and overcome any and all obstacles in your way?

Can you find the inner strength to get back up when you’ve been knocked down again, again and again?

And not shrink your dreams, but enlarge them, because your pain has made you STRONGER now.

Set the intention of fulfilling your Destiny with all your Heart.

And even the hardships you experience in life you will see were happening ‘for you’…to prepare you for the highest life you were meant live.

Dare to be Great.

Be bold enough to go after your dream and recognize that any failure you experience happened so that you could learn what you needed to learn to go to the Next Level.

I’ve been following The Process since I came out of the womb bitch…

I’ll let Kanye take it from here:

“‘Im aware I’m a wolf, soon as the moon hit
I’m aware I’m a king, back out the tomb bitch”

…And that last line ain’t metaphorical.

You can’t fail.

Because The Process is not constrained to just this LIFE.

This is a Multi-Life Time Endeavor.

If you fail to achieve your Dream in this life and you’ll get another shot.

But you’ll only make significant Progress if you Learn to Fail instead of Failing to Learn.

So, if you’re not going to go after your Higher Self now, when will you?

#tantraforce
#deeptime
#reincarnatingtowardsmastery

AN ENLIGHTENED WRATHFUL CHALLENGE

Most people’s desire to become a better person is WEAK.

It’s a passing wish. It’s a should. It’s not a must.

“In life you don’t get your shoulds, you get your musts.” – Tony Robbins

How much of a better person are you this year than last year?

Somebody needs to tell you:

You’re FUCKING SLOW.

Pick up the pace.

Work harder on yourself.

Quit making excuses.

This is my Crazy Wisdom.

You need to Increase Your Bodhicitta.

“You don’t want it bad enough. You just kind of want it” – Eric Thomas

Post-Modern Spirituality is Coddling you into Marginal Incrementalism.

Vajrayana = Accelerated Vehicle

The Singularity is Near

The World is Accelerating Faster than when Vajrayana was conceived

You need an Accelerated Accelerated Vehicle

There is not much time left

Accelerate Your Awakening

Cultivate Your Bodhicitta till it Burns Inside You

“Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light. “ – Dylan Thomas

Crazy Wisdom loves the Wrathful Deity

Someone needs to Rip off Illusion’s head in the Name of the Truth

Here’s to the Crazy Ones

Here’s to Forging Your Soul in the Cauldron of Desire’s Fire

Burning Luminously Lighter

Bringing the World’s Vibration Higher

Living like you Fucking Matter

Like you’re running out of breath

Like it’s Fucking Dire

Quit being so lame

Does my intensity trigger your ire?

Good.

Your Anger is Your Shadow Being an Ignorant Liar.

Time to the Pay the Pied Piper

Where’s your Fucking Fire?

Napoleon Hill the Father of Self-Development knew from talking to all the world’s most successful

That the foundation of evolutionary progress is Burning Desire

Finding Meaning in Life

Meaning is the true source of fulfillment in life.

Want meaning?

Cultivate Bodhicitta, take the Bodhisattva Vow and commit to becoming a Being others can take Refuge in.

Conceptual Unpacking:

Bodhicitta:

Bodhicitta is a spontaneous wish to attain enlightenment motivated by great compassion for all sentient beings, accompanied by a falling away of the attachment to the illusion of an inherently existing self.

Bodhisattva Vow:

The Bodhisattva vow is the vow taken by Mahayana Buddhists to attain complete enlightenment for the sake of all sentient beings. One who has taken the vow is nominally known as a Bodhisattva.

Buddhist Refuge:

Take refuge in the Three Jewels:

1) The Buddha
2) The Dharma
3) The Sangha

The language is buddhist but the energy is universal.

The message is timeless.

On Chasing Happiness

They say the secret to happiness is low expectations,
Perhaps that’s why I’ve never focused much on finding happiness.

They say ignorance is bliss,
Perhaps that’s why I’ve never been much enamored by bliss.

They say happiness is fleeting and gratification is everlasting,
Perhaps that’s why I’ve never compromised on pursuing the hard and meaningful.

They say what we do in life echoes in eternity,
Perhaps that’s why giving everything until I’m deathly spent gives me a taste of the immortal.

The Path of the Higher Self

The path your Higher Self desires to take is not hard to find.

It’s simple.

But it is not easy.

However, it is most definitely worth it.

“If you are willing to do only what’s easy, life will be hard. But if you are willing to do what’s hard, life will be easy.”

Strive to take the simple, hard path of your Higher Self.

In Every Day. In Every Moment.

Learning, Dropping Out of Stanford & Bold Life Decisions

“Education is not the learning of facts but training the mind to think.” – Albert Einstein

This is a big reason why I dropped out of Stanford before ever completing a homework assignment…

…that was not part of my independent study work with Steve Blank.

I took a gap year after high school and after spending a few weeks on ‘The Farm’, I realized I could train my mind better in the Dojo of the Real World, than I could in their beautifully impressive but rapidly antiquating, de-personalized, industrial era originating Educational Factory.

I do not regret my decision to drop out of Stanford.

In fact, the only times I’ve ever considered returning to Stanford have been in the difficult transition periods after ending projects when I was too weak and too permeable to social influences from some friends and family who pray at the False Altar of Affiliation.

Brand Affiliations are incrementally nice. But they are supplements to one’s path, not meals or milestones.

Hacks are nice though, such as when I realized when I was considering dropping out that “there was way more Effort/Reward in getting into Stanford than getting out.” In hindsight, it was a few essays vs. 4 Years of Sub-Optimal Drudgery.

I could not have gotten to where I am now, as quick as I have, without making bold decisions like trusting my gut to drop out of Stanford within a Quarter.

“I was bold in the pursuit of knowledge, never fearing to follow truth and reason to whatever results they led, and bearding every authority which stood in their way.” – Thomas Jefferson

“Freedom lies in being Bold” – Robert Frost.