FROM BEARS: It’s not about “talk,” it’s about “do.” Most philosophers think, discuss, and write. What’s exciting is designing a grid to explain and construct the world around us, then forming it into a cohesive teachable process (which we did with The Option Process and honed it over 40 years) and then apply it to helping folks use that grid to navigate happily and successfully in the real world. In the end, people are depressed no longer, anxious no more, empowered to the max., self-trusting, and autism is gone. Imagine learning to convert best talk into best action.
1) What am I believing about life, love, relationships, sex, money, health, aging (write it down if you want)
2) How do I behave having those beliefs in those areas?
3) Do I like what I am doing or do I want to change it?
4) If I want to change it, then I need to change the underlying belief. How do we do that? Question: why do I believe that?
…And so it unfolds — you knowing you.
My child was diagnosed with Autism in January 2010. Reading your materials has inspired us to implement the SonRise program for our son!! My wife will be attending the Startup next week. Thank you for giving us hope when the rest of the world would not!!