It’s interesting reading the comments people write when I publish a new post on the blog. I’m always surprised when I realize that people tend to focus on the techniques, on the process, on the ‘how-to-do-this-step-by-step’ instead of focusing on the framework behind the actions.
Because the techniques we use in the ReSonance Model are – paradoxically – irrelevant: they are only a means once the intention and the framework in which we use them are clear.
The ReSonance Model is made to bring someone to perform from an ‘excitatory’ position in which he perceives himself operating in relation to what he wants to obtain in the world… and in which he is able to choose his orientation in the world and the position from which he decides to act.
For this to happen, you must learn how to configure yourself internally in such a way that you can interact with the world around you, in relation to what it’s possible for you… in a state in which there is nothing of what it’s outside you that, when you hold this configuration, you would change.
One of the things that often happens when you are organized this way, you instantaneously have more competences to understand the context you are in.
What do I mean with ‘understanding the context?’
People spend most of their time in a ‘position’ in which, instead of taking data from what is happening outside them and getting informations from these data… what they do is to have unrealistic goals that they think they’ll obtain in the most pleasant way for them…
This is the way they work, and from this position it’s so easy to manipulate them.
Giving them a goal that is attractive to them and suggesting a rewarding way to obtain it.
You need nothing more than this to manipulate people. No other complicated patterns or formulas to reveal why people usually trust some methods, organizations, systems.
You give them an unrealistic and pleasant goal and a way to obtain it that satisfies them. That’s all.
And they literally stop to understand what’s going around them.
You could be in the same situation in which in the past centuries people were sold methods to turn lead into gold.
Or, like in ancient Egypt, when someone claimed to heal schistosomiasis through circumcision.
When you hold the position we talk about in the ReSonance Model, all the cause-effect relations that someone else built for you (all the stories, all the mithologies) instantaneously fade away… because you observe them from a position from which you have a clear perception of your personal mythology… and you can see what’s in there, in your context as the most pure set of data … and it becomes clear to you what’s behind the cause-effect relations that someone else created for you.
From here you are more free to move on .. to go towards what you really want.
Using what works, not what you like the most.