The Two Most Dangerous Words in the Universe


Newsletter 628

The Most Dangerous Words in the Universe

Happy work out!

That’s not dangerous,

that’s probably the best blessing in the world.

An actual time when you can dedicate yourself

to making the body strong, the mind quick and sharp,

and the pure enhancement of you,

and NOBODY can get in your way

All of which leads us to the most dangerous words in the universe.,

and what you can do to defeat them.

Before I tell you what these dangerous words are,

and what you can do to undo them,

let me ask you a question.

Would you like to do one thing for the rest of your life?

Maybe build outhouses.

Let’s say you discovered that you’re a fair carpenter,

and that you build outhouses that are far better

than the outhouses built by anyone in the world.

You become famous for building outhouses,

and the government discovers that you are a natural treasure,

so they pass a law dictating that you will be

the sole and only national outhouse builder.

And they even give you lots of money for doing this.

So you go to work,

and,

at first you are happy.

Such luxurious outhouses.

Brass rails and furry seats,

endless supplies of the softest paper.

Believe me,

you are making a world happy.

And it’s good…for the first few years.

Then,

you wish you could do something else.

I mean,

as good as your outhouses are,

it’s all you do,

and it’s getting boring.

Polish the handrails,

glue the velvet on the seat,

put the paper on the roll.

Man,

maybe you’re the best,

but it feels like you could train a chimp to do it.

But,

there’s that darned law,

people expect you to make outhouses,

and the money is so good…

so you keep going.

A few more years pass,

and you are going out of your mind!

Same old same old

dat after day,

the goldurn railing,

the Frigging velvet glued down,

you even hate gluing the half moon to the door!

So you try to quit,

but  nobody will give you a job because,

darn it,

you’re the supplier of America’s bottoms!

People wouldn’t be able to,

uh,

do their business…

without you!

You are more important than a national treasure!

You are the sole industry and you are the only one who is allowed to do it it and…

and you start buying drugs to escape the pain of the same old same old.

but you can’t escape,

you are doomed to building outhouses until the day you die,

which can happen none too soon,

if it was up to you.

but it can’t happen because of Obamacare,

you are taken care of,

not allowed to die,

doomed to polish handrails and glue velvet,

and,

hate to say it,

but congress is considering another bill,

they are considering making you the sole outhouse builder of the nation

next lifetime.

That’s right,

reincarnation.

Karma…

ain’t it a be-yotch?

Now,

pay attention here,

because I will tell you how to undo the effects

of the most dangerous words in the universe

in just a few sentences…

don’t just break the mouse and smash the computer because of these words,

but the two most dangerous words in the whole, entire universe are…

normalcy bias.

Normalcy bias is when you are happy that everything is normal.

The reason these words are so dangerous is because,

in the extreme,

you will be doomed to be the world’s best outhouse builder.

in the un-extreme,

these words are dangerous because

they make you content to just wallow your way through life.

Imagine being happy with minimum wage…

that’s normalcy bias.

Imagine being happy with a wife that cheats…

that’s normalcy bias.

Imagine being happy with a child that is a bone brain

who burns cats for fun…

that’s normalcy bias.

Now,

I know it all seems sort of…funny,

maybe quaint,

and maybe you’re not all that alarmed,

that’s normalcy bias.

But I’m not going to tell you the really scary thing about it

until I tell you what to do about it.

I want you to finish this page

before you go cry and hide in a corner.

It is very neutronic to say…

there are only three directions in this universe.

There is towards, away from, or with.

That’s it.

Every other direction in this universe

is just a shade of those three things.

A car is careening towards you,

you can run away from it,

you can run towards it,

or you can figure out how to hop on and take a ride.

If you choose any angle that is going away,

that is still away.

If you choose any angle that goes towards,

that is still towards.

If you can get the driver to slow down

so you can get in the door,

or hop on the hood,

or whatever,

that is with.

And this applies to a fist.

Let’s say somebody tries to hit you.

You can run away from him,

you could tackle him,

or you could guide his fist harmlessly past.

An aikido master has mastered this concept of going with.

But the master of ANY martial art (but not sport like MMA)

has mastered this.

Simply,

he has mastered the motions of the universe

so that he can do what he wants with them.

He is not the victim of a fist that smashes into his face,

he is the receiver of a blessing

that he can manipulate to his own enjoyment and satisfaction.

Joe Blow,

not knowing any martial arts,

is an accident waiting to happen.

When the fist flies,

he is going to eat knuckles.

Simply,

he is going to wallow around,

and has no knowledge

of how make the fist work for him.

How to slip it like in Pa Kua

or guide it in wing chun,

or absorb it in Tai Chi,

or harmonize with it in aikido.

Joe’s older brother,

Rollo,

has been studying karate for ten years,

so he can block and strike.

Their father,

Louis,

is matrixing,

so when the mugger flies out of the alley

with a knife in one hand and a club in the other,

screaming dirty words and exposing himself,

which of these three people is going to die because of normalcy bias?

Joe is dead meat.

He was so lame that he didn’t study anything.

He was happy to be a doofus,

going through life without working at anything.

This is the worst case of Normalcy Bias.

Rollo has a chance,

but not much of one.

After all,

the mugger is high on drugs and can’t feel anything,

and he is insane,

and even if Rollo manages to block,

his decisions are limited,

he only has a couple of choices,

and they are based on going towards.

You see,

he had normalcy bias, too.

He was happy to study one art for ten years,

not speeding up,

not looking into other potentials of motion.

Pap Louis will survive because he didn’t have normalcy bias.

He wasn’t satisfied with not knowing the martial arts,

and he didn’t limit himself to one martial art,

but he dedicated his life to learning ALL martial arts.

So the moral is this:

people who don’t accept normal as the rule

will live to fight another day.

Think about it like this:

you are the first person in America,

and you need to walk across the country.

You reach the first river,

and you are stopped.

But the guy who spent his life not just walking,

but learning to swim and climb and jump and…

he’s the one who’s going to make it across the country.

And if you are satisfied with one little corner of the country,

of living in one neighborhood,

and knowing only fifty or sixty people during your lifetime,

than…you go it…NB.

Normalcy Bias.

So go to Monster,

pick the course you don’t know anything about,

and get out of Normalcy Bias.

See to your survival

for ALL potentials of motion.

Not just the one dictated to

by one martial art,

or two.

Here’s the URL…

HYPERLINK “http://monstermartialarts.com” http://monstermartialarts.com

Al

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