You want to live the most powerful life?
Here's what you have to do; get rid of all co-dependencies. All of them. Refuse to have co-dependent relationships with anyone or anything. It will be the most powerful thing you could do.
Then just form equal or win/win relationships with other forces of independent power. Find ways to add value to their lives and they'll let you into their level of power.
What will happen is you will start having a tremendous amount of personal power when you can get rid of all co-dependent relationships. Part of this is because the highly powerful forces that used to program you as the stimulus to your response will now become more like an equal partner.
You DO have the power to choose or accept what kind of relationship you have with everything around you.
I teach guys how to do this with Relational Mapping because you DO have the power to stop those bullets of influence and the relationship you have with them.
It is the equivalent to Neo seeing ‘the matrix’ itself. When he sees it and has cognition of it, only then can he differentiate himself from it's coercive influence.
Only then can he actualize his TRUE independence and power. Then he can have a real effect back ONTO the matrix itself.
However if you're still stuck ‘in the matrix’ of influence itself your power is by default LIMITED. This extends into all kinds of stimulus-response relationships. Your financial power is limited, your tax savings power is limited, your freedom is limited, your relationships with women are limited.
How? Because you're knowingly or not stuck in a massive system of stimulus-response. You're in your ‘pod’ of life. Your ‘shell’ and you're being fed information on how to live, how to act, what to say and it's holding you hostage.
The problem is that you are so comfortable and acclimated to your shell in that umbilical cord-like relationship that it's near impossible to differentiate your freedom or anything else. You're conditioned to be content in your relationship where other people really have the true power over you.
For a few good men I will teach them how to see the social matrix and differentiate themselves from it like Neo did. Then they will actualize their true power and be more free than ever.
But that's not enough. They will have to keep getting rid of all co-dependencies (including that on money) if they want PURE freedom and power. They will also have to manage all of their relationships and be cognitive of them in the first place.
You see, just because a man can take his independence back doesn't mean the social matrix is going to stop trying to program him.
It sends out signals or programs that I call ‘bullets of influence’. With relational mapping, a man will be able to finally ‘see’ the bullet of influence that is coming at him (because he's further away and cognitive), then he can determine the type of relationship he has with it.
For example, instead of being a ‘response’ sponge when the t. v. is turned on, he will only accept a relationship of equal exchange of value for his time. He'll cut out the programming, cut down the amount of time spent and only spend it on something that adds value to HIS life. He will control his relationships so that he is always independent.
If a man really wants to have the most powerful life with one of influence, he'll learn to properly manage his relationships with other forces of power and influence.
He would learn how to keep his power for himself and only choose relationships that offer value to his lifestyle instead of repressing his character even further.
Rion Williams is one of the foremost experts in dating advice, personal power and relational dynamics.
His work focuses on the regaining and improving of real character within frustrated men who do don't want to ‘act', use pick-up lines or techniques to get women.
He teaches modern men how to truly be natural, powerful and comfortable in their own skin to consistently succeed with women, dating and business. You can sign up for his free eZines and find out more information at http://www.relationaldynamics.org