Max Carter in The Church of Rock 'N' Roll, Fractals Forever, beBee in English Shaman • The Church of Rock 'N' 7 d ago · 2 min read · +200

A patient mind reaps the greatest reward

That’s Karmic Law which means it’s how existence actually works and there are no shortcuts around it and any book anywhere that says different is flat out wrong.

It’s why these people who are posting these posters that say good things come to those who go work their ass off is about the most moronic thing I see on a regular basis as it is exactly the opposite of how the universe actually works which means these people have no clue what they are talking about and are actually inflicting great amounts of deceptive harm.

Poster quotes such as that create the worst kind of addiction there is on this planet, workaholics are people who never switch off and never ever actually live their life. They turn themselves into machines who will succeed at all costs and then give up more than they know in their pursuit.

Patience exercised is patience cultivated.

When one applies patience to ones thoughts and actions one sees it’s value in the results. My dad always told me to work smarter not harder. It takes a patience mind to find the most efficient way to accomplishing anything. It takes patience to achieve true mastery and provide something of quality with a priceless value that one puts a price tag on anyway. You don’t achieve quality and you don’t become the best of you without great amounts of patience.

One who waits is a fool or wise depending on what it is they are waiting for.

The fool waits only long enough to find the next logic task.

The wise waits to see if a better way can be found.

In waiting the fool is waiting to be fed.

In waiting the wise are looking for better ways to feed themselves.

The fool exercises needed patience often out of lack of options.

The wise rarely need patience as it becomes their mode of life.

If one is to give the Universe a fair shot at manifesting something for them it takes patience to stay out of the way.

Figure out your desire and than let it go and do as the Beatles sang and let it be.  Trying to cheat the system or speed things up because you really want it and never letting go of the desire distorts it and perverts the manifestation to teach you to let it go and let it be.

Patience is selflessness and impatience is selfishness. Often in life what we are waiting on in order for an easier transition of our story that is our life is for other characters to be ready themselves. When we rush and allow the not so perfect fit be what we take because we don’t want to wait, we fuck our hearts right in the ass.

I don’t care how vulgar or offensive you find that concept as I find impatience to be just as vulgar in the behavior that spews forth due to it. Or to say I wanted you to feel my disgust with the impatient people of the world  by giving you something that should be a revolting idea in your mind.

In using behavioral psychology I made an outright attempt with will and intent to manipulate you based on my current understanding of how a large chunk of the populace would respond to the idea of their heart getting fucked in the ass.

This is the distortion of my own impatience not taking the time to be much more eloquent, instead, opting to bring one thunderous shot right to the dome.

Or perhaps it’s not impatience and it’s not distorted. Perhaps my desire for efficiency allows me to be creative in making an impact in the fewest words possible.

The point I am making is that I am willing to look in and do some guess work about me on my own before any of you ever read this.

Answering the question “Why in the blue holy fuck does a Shaman swear so fucking much?”

I’m not your average Shaman and I work at being an individual and not being like everyone else.

I also have a standing belief that there is no such thing as bad words and anyone who says different is brainwashed.

If you have followed my work at all, I take a stand just by standing most days and offering my opinion on anything.

Take 5 minutes and think who you could be if it went right for you.

Start asking yourself more often “What could go right next?”

A patient mind reaps the greatest reward. It’s how the universe actually works and there is no way around it.  I don’t make up the laws existence, I live by them and learn from them so I can live better.

Give it a shot, what could go right?

A patient mind reaps the greatest reward

Max Carter 7 d ago · #2

#1 So, it's still true.;)

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Deb Helfrich 7 d ago · #1


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