Many ‘’new knowledge’’ books stress the importance of quantum understanding of how our body, brain, thoughts and emotions work and to be aware about importance of knowing, that we all create our own reality every moment in our lives. Most of the books we’ve read, take you through a process of eliciting your current understanding. But with our ‘’game’’ we want to take you much deeper into this rich subject and show you how to intelligently connect your abilities and values, which are already within you and with that, you can easily reach towards your desired goals. The supreme ability to direct emotions and feelings, entangled with chosen thoughts, is of the utmost importance, when creating our own personal reality.
In the first place this game was created for our personal growth, to jump into unknown and to experience the feelings of excitement every day. Eventually we decided that it would be great to share it with others, to show, that we all share similar thoughts and emotions connected to different abilities and values. To live your daily values and demonstrate the process of living with integrity, you should learn how to consciously use them, make decisions and take action. There’s no point in discovering our values and then filing them away and forgetting about them. The main benefit of knowing them, is that we will gain tremendous clarity and focus, but ultimately we must use that new found clarity, to make consistent decisions and take committed action. So the whole point of discovering our values is to improve the results we get in those areas, that are truly most important to us.
Values are priorities, that tell you how to spend your time, right here, right now. There are two reasons, why priorities are important for our lives:
- The linear dimension of time, which is commonly known as “time”, is a limited resource, when living with preliminary installed “software”, that was acquired by all of us through education. Until we learn that time is an illusion, we suggest that you prioritize your thoughts, emotions and actions, for time invested in actions, that do not produce the results we want, is a loss, although temporary. We can always earn more money, improve our physical bodies and repair broken relationships, but we cannot redo yesterday, in a sense. If (when) we all had infinite time, than values and priorities would be irrelevant. You are free to decide, what “best” means to you. The very idea that some possible permutations of your life appeal more to you than others, means that knowing your values will be of a great benefit to you. Most people can certainly envision a life that is more preferable to them than anything else.