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              Our consciousness consists of some postulates, parameters, which doesn't mean we are born with them. When we are born, our consciousness is empty. It is "built", shaped, made by the society, parents, education, and is adequate to the norms of the social environment where it is formed. Let's list some of the basic human values. In reality, what does a man values most in his life?

- Health.
- Security.
- Comfort (not happiness, because happiness contains the emotional spectrum. Some people are happy when their husband returns home, and some when they leave home. Some are happy when their husband doesn't show up at all...)
- Progress (can be related to business, emotions, material or financial).


           So, those are the postulates. It is a very delicate topic related to progress, more precisely be said - improvement. How many eyes do we have? We have two eyes each. Imagine we have three. Can this be considered an improvement? Imagine that we do not have only one mouth and tongue, but we have two. (So ​​we can talk twice as much about smart things…) Is this considered progress? Not at all. It would rather be called a deviation. Just like if a football player would have had three legs instead of two, he would surely run faster, but no one would even understand how he plays football. And if he had five legs? Woooow, just brilliant! I hope you understand me. What should we consider to be a progress?

The way we use our conscious parameter is called a progress. The quality!

             But that way of using consciousness must suit and not interfere with our position in the society. For example, if you are now able to eat half a kilo of meat, when you make a progress you will be able to eat three kilograms of meat. If you can't eat more than 100 grams at once, does that mean you've lost your progress? And where is that spot after which the progress loses its meaning?


Here is one mistake in consciousness - the term progress.


             Nobody explains based on what you need to progress. Where is that sweet spot where one structure can express itself in the most efficient way? Because if you increase the threshold of progress, deviation starts at other levels. We have now released an avalanche of questions. What is meant by the word progress? Is it progress when we do something better than we did before? And what is meant by the word better? More than you need? Is that better? Or is it progress if we do more than we can?


All people want progress because consciousness is used to the word progress!


             In reality, a progress is when you are forcing oneself. We have been taught that it is positive if we force ourselves to do something we haven't done before. However, eating a kilo of meat, a football player who has three legs and a million other examples tell us that this is not considered to be a progress. Conceptually, it should be progress and in its essence it is called a deviation. What’s more, it’s a sort of destruction. When we hear the word progress, it’s automatically something better and we don’t know if it really is better.

          When the time comes and when consciousness is modified, then we will be able to start something called "neutral analysis". You will not think then, but you will know how to position yourself correctly in the present day (consciousness will not automatically move into self-deception). The conclusion:


You are great the way you are!


                You don't have to improve yourself, just don't spoil what you are and that's enough. And if you want to make a progress, now I speak from the point of the right consciousness, follow the time. Time gives you unlimited opportunities for progress. If your progress is, say, improving your financial situation, then now is not the time for that. Now the time gives new winds, new strength, new hopes. Here is the progress. We, the people, do not support this concept for now, it is not in human nature, it is not yet inserted into human consciousness. But it will be someday (when consciousness is cured of its own limitations).

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