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"The man beeping his horn is projecting to the world his nimbus deficit and asking for validation to know that's normal in traffic." Anything, man. It's possible that some of the ivory tower suits in the RSD Corporate Headquarters (72nd floor of U. Bank Tower, if you were wondering) think that we'd get bored of ongoing Tyler-speak if he gave us updates on his mindframe all the time. But we gotta work with the hand we're dealt, so I took as many notes as I could for the limited time we had.He started off with a National Geographic video of baboons bullying each other.When you hear Tyler explain something in a new way, especially after he's experienced some new things, you get it to "click" in maybe 10-15% more at a time.It just resonates stronger, and you can apply it to your life.It keeps going until you're living it and it's not even a belief anymore, it's simply an understanding.You know approval from strangers doesn't matter just as you know the grass is green and the sky is blue.
Another aspect of the videos that blew me away was the amogging.
It's my belief that most of what works, in any sense, we've come across in some way, but it didn't "click." We all know not to care about what other people think of you, but how many of us live it?