Changing the Game Plan Part II

I was thinking about how this is an online business initially and will not be a brick-and-morter business until donations and sales result in enough capital. Therefore, even though the focus is on fashion freedom, no one can actually see each other in a natural face-to-face way, so no one can practice getting past the real images that face us and the perceptions we have of those images through this medium. Therefore, I have decided to change the initial focus to inclusive, inner “spirituality” focused on practical application (how to open your mind by combating ego and the reactive mind), not on dogma. What this means is that the focus will temporarily shift to Kabbalah, Dianetics, Buddhism, Maum Meditation, metaphysics, channeled writings, and other proven means of facilitating open-mindedness. Some may consider these means religious, but are in actuality something people can practice with any set of religious beliefs. The side effects of using these methods will be improved health, relationships, and finances. The brick-and-morter business will still be a fashion-focused safe haven. However, by making this temporary shift in the initial stage, most customers should already have practiced open-mindedness skills, thus making the safe haven aspect of the business more effective and rewarding.

2 thoughts on “Changing the Game Plan Part II

  1. I started down this path with the Tao, A book that I feel brought me down my current path was “Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life Living the Wisdom of the Tao” by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer. It is 81 excellent essays each on a verse of the “Tao Te Ching” by . I still listen to the audios at times that i need peace and grounding. I remember Ain, i think, from the Kabbalah… If I remember correctly it is the nothing from which there comes the something? the space between the notes? I was not in a position in my life at the time to understand it. I’m still looking for the book “A Garden of Pomegranates” by Israel Regarde (hope I didn’t butcher his name too much) which is a book on the Kabbalah that i would like to finish/rereading. I love your Idea, and would like to be a part of it. “Function not fashion!” as my good friend Kaih Fuller would say.

  2. It’s appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I’ve read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or tips. Maybe you could write next articles referring to this article. I desire to read even more things about it!

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