Sunday, November 11, 2012

Day 198, 2012 Socialising and the split world syndrome No. 3



I continue looking at how I am socialising with strangers when learning to network with high-ranking professionals. In this post I am applying self-forgiveness to the imaginations that I come up with in these situations.  This series started with day 195 (and day 196) where I also explain the overall situation.

I imagine that:

I am talking with someone who is a high-ranking professional and I state straight forward what it is that I am looking for.

I ask the person who wants to move on to the next conversation partner to stop fiddling and listen to me.

I am very direct in my communication and ask people for feedback on what I say, in case I am not being clear enough. 

The next time I see these people they recognise me and are happy to see me again.

I get invited to fabulous dinners.

I can get access to a number of exclusive projects.


I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine that I can go past the conventional ways of how conversations are conducted, in these particular settings, and start to be entirely transparent in my reasons for being there.

I realise that I perceive the rules of engagement as limitation instead of accepting the rules as I accept the rules in any job. I commit myself to stop all urges to want to communicate differently than what is accepted and apply the rules as well as I can and understand them.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine that I demand attention from my conversation partner and in that I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to want to control the other's behaviour.

I realise that if I want my conversation partner to be here in the moment and listen to me, I have to start with myself as it is a projection of not wanting to recognise within myself that I also behave in this way, wanting to move on during my conversation with someone who I have already identified as not useful for my purpose.

I commit myself to be here in every moment and in every conversations and when I am ready to move on I will do so - clearly - and in that I enable others to do the same.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine that I do not limit myself in how I talk to my conversation partners, in that I am totally frank and ask for clarification without talking into consideration that this is not the way people speak to each other in these settings.

I realise that within the context of the rules of communication within these settings I can learn to communicate clearly by bringing points back to the basic idea that I aim to convey, and within that I stop all fears of failure.

I commit myself to slow myself down and take my time to answer questions without rushing myself out of fear to not be clear enough.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine that people recognise me and want to talk to me in future encounters.

I realise that that I must invest myself in creating these relationships if I want to yield a return. Rather than having instant relationships I recognise that I need to build up a network through applying myself in a number of ways.

I commit myself to recognise that I must invest into these sprouting relationships, yet do so within the awareness of breath and a clear starting point.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine how I benefit from networking by making money and receiving other bonus points such dinners.

I realise that it is possible for me to benefit by having these relationships, yet any speculation is useless. I commit myself to 'build' these relationships without expectation but consistently apply myself to further my interest in what is best for all life.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to imagine that I get exclusive access to all kinds of information and projects because I have learned to network successfully.

I realise that with access comes responsibility. I commit myself to consistently clear my starting point as I am applying myself more in this context to walk my process and create relationships that are based on what is best for all involved.

I commit myself that when and if these networking efforts yield an outcome to use it towards the support of the creation of an Equal Money System. 

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