Tuesday, September 18, 2012

The Power of your Family Pyrmid

During a recent class I had the pleasure of giving, I challenged the participants to build a "Family Pyramid". A family pyramid is simple a family tree flipped upside down. The idea of this exercise to help the participant to recognize their greatness as well as to help them develop a sense of destiny. Most of the participants completed the assignment. I moved into a discussion about each individual being on earth  for a purpose and the way I used to prove this to them was showing them how many people had to come together in their personal pyramid in order for them to exist. I explained that each individual within their personal pyramid had to come together exactly at the right time in order for them to exist. I further asked them to imagine that everybody within their personal pyramid was brought together by destiny just to produce them. Then I threw out the question "if these people were brought together in the past just so that you can have this moment what are you doing with it?", This statement brought on several discussions from the participants that took the class in many different directions. I then had them look at the math, I had them calculate how many people had to come together if we just went back about 180 years (about 6 generations). The final number we came up with was 510 people.
Now those reading this take some time and build your family pyramid and look at all those individuals that it took to create you and give you your moment. This moment when we look at our pyramid becomes more important when we look at the fact that this moment just does not belong to us. It is a gift given to us by the sacrifice of those that came before us. They are depending on you to make the most of your time, your moment. This moment that you have been given when looked becomes more important when looked at from this stand point. When looked at from the top of your pyramid you can see the energy (axe') that you can pull from to accomplish any goal, and most importantly you realize that you will one day be a part of someone's pyramid. The question that you may need to wrestle with is twofold:
1. Are you doing those justice that have in a sense sacrificed themselves to give you this moment. Are you using your moment in time in a productive way. I am not just talking about making money or producing a product. I am speaking of truly living your life, or are you giving away your moment to some task or some idea that is draining your axe'.

2. Are you using your moment in away that will help those coming behind you, will they be able to have their moment, and what type of world will you leave for them to have their moment in.

After this class I had a dream about a "What If" questionnaire that will help those on the warrior path (Journey) to find out what it is they should be doing during their Moment. I have began working on it and I am now waiting for the rest of the form to create itself, but I think the idea of "what if" question may be enough for most of my reader. Just ask yourself:
What if the idea of the "Family Pyramid" is true?
What if you have access to an unlimited power source?
What if you could not fail?
etc..
Nuff said
Peace and 1hunidyears