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Manifestation over Rebellion (Part 24): Observation

We must all use our five senses in order to observe correctly, such as sight, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching.  Notice that one of these senses is not talking.  Too many people are talking too much, which results in the mediocre masses not being able to observe what presently is happening.  Here are four keys that will help you be able to observe properly.

1. Listen.  Hearing is the key priority when dealing with observation.  When you are talking, then you are not able to observe the surroundings around you.  A good example would be when you are expressing speech via texting.  When you text, you are staring at your phone until the text is complete.  If you do not believe me, then try to text without looking at your phone.  Expressing speech makes you oblivious to the rest of the world.  The world has become a more callous place due to self-isolation.

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2. Be compassionate towards others.  You are not able to help everyone, but you are able to help someone that is around you.  Find ways to help others.  For example, I use this series to help the mediocre masses develop their talents and qualities that are within them.  Find something that you can do that nobody else around you is doing.  Finding ways to help others will make you unique within your community.

3. Keep moving forward.  No matter what life may throw at you, you must make the tough decision to keep moving forward.  Moving forward leads to progression, which will allow for you to observe the new experiences that you will encounter.

4. Move quickly.  If you move too slow, then you will be dragged back to mediocrity.

If you take about 15 minutes a day to observe what is happening around you, then you will obtain a more positive outlook about life.

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