Can I see and/or touch and/or measure the personal benefits accrued during the growth process?

Can I measure the cost of entering the process?

Tell me, why should I begin this journey -- what are the risks and rewards?

I can't help you answer this question either.

asked 10 Jan '11, 18:55

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Can I see and/or touch and/or measure the personal benefits accrued during the growth process? Yes you can, since it depends on the nature of the byproduct you want to develop, and as you are well aware growth is continuous.

Can I measure the cost of entering the process? Absolutely, if you are setting up a Business of your own, of course you will have to have a budget and a Business Plan, a set of goals to work by to develop, and build your Business to acquire success.

Tell me, why should I begin this journey -- what are the risks and rewards? If you like being the Caption of your own Ship, being in control and command, giving the orders, and not taking the orders, seeking financial independence, and applying your expertise’s for developmental growth in our society, then this journey is for you!

Naturally, there are always risks in everything we do, and sometimes we cannot avoid the risk, and the risk can be a challenge that we can certainly learn from to improve upon our goals and ideas, and of course with every success comes great rewards. You will get back exactly what you put in!

I can't help you answer this question either. I trust that my answer has helped you!

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answered 11 Jan '11, 07:25

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Vee, I like your business approach... I feel that the ideal of God's business, is essentially no different from the business we do best here on earth... In fact, I'm inclined to think that the business of living in Heaven, will, in many ways, be a continuation of the business we do here on earth... Thanks for your help.... What business are you in?

(11 Jan '11, 18:50) The Prophet

@ Neil Roberts, I have a teaching background.

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You'll measure them by how you feel and there is no cost or price that can be put on that.

The risks are that you will have to open yourself up to every part of your own psyche and you'll have to accept responsibility and let go of blame for everything that has happened in your life. It won't always be an easy journey and will leave you at times feeling tired and frustrated but what you begin to realize and perceive along the way, more than compensates.

Getting to the rewards - you may for the first time in a long time begin to feel alive and all those you come in contact with will benefit from this. You'll also be doing a huge favour for the human species as a Whole as a whole new world comes into your experience and from this new perception you will truly realize that it's about 'Us' and not me.

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answered 10 Jan '11, 19:12

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This process is not, of what can be measured, quantified, and profited from.

It is not of the physical world.

It affects the yardstick of measure of the mind.

Your measure of the world changes because you change.

Everything that happens to you will still happen to you.

But you will file the memory of it differently.

Because you become OK within yourself.

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answered 10 Jan '11, 20:27

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