Hello again, my brothers! Welcome to another episode of The Alpha Male Coach. Today, I’m zooming out to look at the big picture, talking about general concepts associated with an alpha male lifestyle. Now, you already know the universal truth about circumstance and existence being neutral, and that our consciousness is then laid on top of this, and how this leads to the duality of oneness as our thoughts experience themselves, and how in turn, this drives our actions and creates a self-perpetuating loop. 

What I want to get into today is how we make changes to our T line, our thoughts, and what this enables us to then do. You’ll come to understand that the only way to change thoughts is to replace them with other thoughts, and when we make these adjustments, it takes time to form a new belief. There is a natural progression from thought, to feeling, to action, to belief; we have all experienced this. What I want to propose, brothers, is to rewire this loop so that we can escape the age of punishment, and move into a new world of information and transparency!

This means that we need to reimagine our instinct to blame ourselves and others when things “go wrong.” This is our conditioning and is rooted in the illusions that we absorb through socialization. One of the biggest effects of this is our tendency to hide in fear of punishment, and our connection to ideas of shame, blame, lying, and so on. What I want to underline here is how our understanding of the quantum field can help us escape this paradigm and move into a reality of perfection and acceptance of that! Tune in today to learn more.

What Youll Learn from This Episode:

  • How we manifest and co-create our existence.
  • What enables human evolution over time.
  • The process of building a new belief.
  • Understanding the roots of the age of punishment. 
  • The effects of our conditioning around blame and guilt.

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Announcer: Welcome to the Alpha Male Coach Podcast, the only podcast that teaches men the cognitive mastery and of a mindset that it takes to become an influential and irresistible man of confidence. Here’s your host, certified life coach and international men of mystery, Kevin Aillaud. 


[00:00:32] KA: What’s up my brothers? Welcome back to The Alpha Male Coach podcast. I’m your host, Kevin Aillaud. And today we’re going to get into some big picture stuff. Because as I mentioned to you guys over the last couple of weeks, we’re going to get into some of the more specific issues, say, concepts, mostly concepts, some of the more specific concepts regarding alpha male lifestyles today, which are money, sex, relationships, health. Health, when it comes to physical, mental, right? And all the aspects of wellness and fitness. And what it means to be healthy and all that. 

But today’s episode is a part of this season of looking at how to relate with some of these basic paradigms of the alpha male experience, and looking at them directly, looking at them practically, but also looking at them specifically and looking at them from the universal truth. Looking at them from the cognitive perspective, and from a paradigm shift, and from a counterintuitive perspective, as you guys know, because we’re living in a programmed beta conditioned world. 

So, to see things from the alpha state, from the alpha male perspective, is to first know that there is something other than what you may be used to. What you’re may be told over and over and over and over again. And you may not even know there is another option. So, we’re going to dig into these concepts. 

But today, we’re going to look at a big picture. So, you guys know the universal truth. You know, the universal truth is that circumstances, existence, as it kind of happens is neutral. It’s out of our control, right? It’s neutral. It’s out of our control. It’s always happening in the moment. And we have a thought about it. We have thoughts about it. Our consciousness is laid on top of our – I say our consciousness, right? Like, we own it. Consciousness is laid on top of existence. And we as human beings are connected. Our power is in that consciousness. Through the soul. Through our souls. Because we’re souls. We’re beings of light. So, we are humans, right? We’re these cellular beings. But we’re spiritual beings having this cellular experience. So, we’re the souls, and we have this connection to consciousness, which is overlaid on top of existence. And consciousness and existence are the duality of oneness. It’s oneness experiencing itself. 

And that’s where thoughts are, because we have the thought. That creates the experience, which is the feeling. So, the universal truth, brothers, is that there’s existence. It’s happening. And then we, as the soul, we are engaged with consciousness to have a thought about that existence, about that circumstance. That thought will give us an experience, the feeling, that then drives our action, which is the movement in existence to get a confirmation bias to come back and reaffirm that consciousness running that loop of universal truth. 

And the model of alignment shows us this. It’s a beautiful framework for this; circumstance, thought, feeling, action, results, CTFAR. And we do this. We do this every day in the academy. I do this every day. Students at the academy do this every day. Because it’s so important understand that what we’re living through, what we’re existing through, is, of course, the outer. Of course, it’s a part of the action. Of course, it’s part of the A line, right? The circumstance, the outer. We are a part of that. We are engaged 100%. We are interwoven in existence to our body, to our physical cellular form. 

But we’re engaged through that existence with consciousness, which is our thought. And through experience, which is the result of our consciousness. Result of our subjectivity. And that’s what changes. That’s what evolves. That’s what moves. That’s what expands, right? That’s what changes existence. That’s how we go from a movement of 10,000 years ago. That’s how we go from like 1800, to 1900, to 2000s. And then later, in to 2100 and 2200. 

So, it’s the movement of time. It’s how we see time and how we understand time is a very slow down feedback loop of thought, feeling, action, result. Thought, feeling, action, result. Thought, feeling, action, result. At full speed. This happens in the blink of an eye. Which is why the now, which is why time is always now. It’s always stacked on top of itself. But we slow it down so we can experience it. I say we slow down. It’s slowed down for us as souls so we can experience it. 

And here’s the move, brothers. Here’s the move. And we can manifest it. We can create it with our thoughts, with consciousness, with our individual consciousness, with our T-line. That’s why I introduced to you the universal truth so you can recognize, remember that you are a soul, number one. A being of light and love, number two, which is synonymous. Same thing. And as a being of light and love, as a soul, you have a connection, which consciousness that allows you to manifest, that allows you to engage with and co-create existence. And that’s what’s beautiful about being a human being, is the expansion, is the evolution, is the change. 

And so, when we go through big changes, like big paradigm changes in our species, I want to call this the capital T in the model of alignment. If we look at the model of alignment – You guys are doing your models of alignment. You guys are doing your models in the morning. You’re looking at them. CTFAR. It’s a small t, right? You do your thought downloads. You look at all your T’s. You choose a t. You throw it in your unintentional model. And there’s your – You see your model of alignment. You see your universal truth running, right? Your unintentional thought. Creating your own intentional result. You do your intentional. Focus your willpower. Focus your intention. Focus your – Grab that thought, right? Be conscious of the thought that you want to create, that you want to feel and take action around to create as a confirmation bias in your life. That’s the model of alignment. That’s how we use that as a tool. 

So, when you now have that, and you’re looking at that, when we put a capital T in the T line, in the thought line, those are like collective thoughts. Those are the big thoughts that we have as a species. And these thoughts are like the movement of evolution, right? The movement from the Stone Age, to the Bronze Age, to the Iron Age, and so on, right? I don’t know. I might have those backwards. But that’s not important. The movement of evolution was we move from being hunter-gatherers to agriculture, right? To being able to have agriculture and use animals to farm and tools like the plow, right? These evolutions of science and technology. 

The changes in paradigm where we once thought that the Earth was the center of the galaxy, or whatever, and then the sun was the center of the galaxy, or the sun is going around the earth. And now we know the earth is going around the sun. Or we’re all working with analog, right? We’re all working with cassette tapes, and VHS material. And then all of a sudden, we move to CDs and DVDs. And now we’re on streaming media, right? Everything’s in a cloud, right? 

So, we move. And as we move, as we evolve, the preceding age kind of drops off. It becomes irrelevant, right? We don’t use VHS anymore, right? Everything’s on Netflix. Everything’s up in a cloud. Everything’s on Hulu, or Netflix, or Amazon, or whatever, right? It’s just all in the TV. It’s all streamed. We don’t have a VHS tape. There’re no more VHS players anymore. A lot of people don’t even have DVDs anymore, right? Now, I understand, there’s still like a video game community. So, there’s still DVDs. But even those are starting to shift. 

And there are other things, right? There’re so many other things. Like, the telephone, right? The telephone that attaches to the wall. Like, the telephone booths, pay phones. These are gone now. They’re gone. Everybody’s got a cellphone these ages. We’ve shifted. We’ve made these movements. And we made these movements by shifting in the big, the capital T. 

Because as a capital T changes, the trickledown effect through the universal truth becomes a capital R. There are capital F’s. We feel a certain way. And things change because there are these big changes. And there’s going to be chaos and anarchy, because – I mean, not literally, of course. But in some ways, there is chaos and anarchy when there’s major shifts, right? When there’s these big, big moves. And a lot of times, there’s not, because there’s distractions and other things happening. And there’s all kinds of reasons why there wouldn’t be chaos and anarchy. 

But there could be. Because, again, we’re talking about major paradigm moves. So, we’re talking about capital T’s going into capital, F’s, and then driving capital A’s, capital actions. And these capital actions are where people are now doing different things. There’re new behaviors. But there’s new actions. There’re new things that are occurring. 

Like, for example, the introduction of the smartphone. We’re doing things now in 2022 that we never did in 1995, because we didn’t have a smartphone, right? Like, we used to have to do things. We have to wait around the house for a telephone call, right? Because we didn’t have a cell phone. We had to be at home. I’ll be here at a certain time. Call me at this time, I’ll be there. Now, it’s just, “I’ll text you. I can text you any time.” You’ll be there. It’s just there. The people have a phone on them. 

So, behaviors have changed with this capital A. And people all over the world, our species, are making these changes in behavior. And then of course, there’s the capital R that changes. So, the whole point of this podcast episode is to talk about a change in the T line. Is to talk about this capital T change that we are going through now that occurred due to a discovery a long time ago. But again, it takes time because of the speed at which we’re moving. 

Again, brothers, in the third dimension, understand that we’re moving so slowly. It could take decades, even centuries for us to see changes in the R line from the changes that occur in the T line. That can take literally centuries. When we’re talking about capital letters here, we’re talking about movements of a species. We’re talking about changes of a behavior of an entire species of a population, of the entire human species, especially when we become so conditioned to the prior paradigm, when there’s another capital T. 

The only way to change a thought is to replace it with another, right? We can’t just say, “I’m not going to think this anymore,” right? Don’t think of X. What are you going to think of? You’re going to think of X, right? Because it’s not that you’re not thinking of X. It’s replacing that thought with a new one. Think Y. So, then you start thinking of Y. It’s not don’t think of X. It’s think of Y. And then you can start to think of Y. 

So, in the same way, when we replace this capital T, this current capital T, with a new capital T, it takes time for that – Number one, that new capital T to become believed, right? It starts as a thought. It’s just this thought. Just this idea that’s out there. Then it becomes believed. Then it becomes felt. All of a sudden, we begin to have the experience of this thought, of this concept, of this idea. And then we start to drive actions, right? Begin to move with it. We have behavior. We change our patterns of movement as individuals and collectively. And then the new result, and the capital R comes through. 

And what’s changing here in this capital T line, and what’s shifting in this age, is that we’re coming out of the age of what I call age of punishment, and we’re moving into a new age. An age of – We’ll call it transparency. Age of information. And with this movement, this capital T that’s changing, the old capital T is that something’s going wrong here, right? That’s the capital T. Something’s gone wrong. Something’s gone wrong. And it’s somebody’s fault, right? Something’s gone wrong, and it’s somebody’s fault. Somebody’s to blame. That’s the capital T. That’s why we’re in this age of punishment. Because we’re all been conditioned since we were little kids to believe that things can go wrong. That there’s this idea that things in the universe, things in the circumstance, in the C line, that things have a possibility of going wrong. That things are supposed to be a certain way. They’re supposed to go according to an expectation, or an outcome, or a plan. And that if they don’t go that way, then they’ve gone wrong, that things are off track, that things are out of control, that they’re in chaos. And that because of this chaos, because it’s out of control, that things are going wrong. 

And that if they’ve been derailed because of someone’s actions, someone’s behavior, someone’s words, something someone did or said, that that person is to blame for derailing these expectations, for derailing these outcomes that were supposed to. And if you can picture me right now, picture me throwing up quotes with my fingers, right? Supposed to. These things that were supposed to happen. And because they derailed these plans from happening, these expectations from occurring, supposed to, right? Supposedly. They’re to blame. And they need to be punished. And that’s just the way it is. 

And you know this, brother. You know this. This is a conditioning of yours. This is a part of the beta condition that you’ve gone through, that I’ve gone through, that we’ve all gone through. And I can give you an example so you understand what it is I’m talking about. Because this is the age of punishment. And we’ve all been conditioned to believe this. 

Because let’s say we’re in a classroom, right? We’re in a classroom. We’re little kids. We’re all being conditioned, right? Because we’re children. Were little kids. Were like in fifth grade, right? So, we’re 10-years-old. And we’re in this classroom and the teacher leaves. Called out of the room for some reason. And the kids, you, me, being kids, we start acting up, right? Start talking a little bit. Start getting up from our desks and chairs and moving around the room. And there’s some roughhousing going on. There’s some play happening. Some running. Some screaming. Some movement. Maybe some roughhousing. But it’s all good. Nobody’s getting hurt. 

But if things occur, and a clock gets knocked off the teacher’s desk and breaks, falls to the ground and breaks. And the teacher walks in and she comes back and all the kids run to their desks. And first thing teacher notices, clock is on the ground. Something that’s out of place, right? 

Now, here’s the move, right? Let’s go back to the T line. We got to stay in the T line, brothers. Because we’re not looking at the A line. We’re not looking at the C line. We’re not looking at what occurred, or what has occurred, what did occur. Like, with the kids playing? Or with the teacher seeing the broken clock. We’re not talking about that. We’re talking about the T line, which is the teacher coming in and looking and saying, “That’s unexpected. That shouldn’t be. My clock shouldn’t be broken. It should be sitting on my desk. It should be there where I left it. I leave the room and it’s there. I come back and it should be there. It should, right? Should. Should. Should. It shouldn’t be on the ground broken.” 

And so, all of a sudden, in her mind, right away, there’s this thought that something’s gone wrong. Something’s out of place. Something has occurred that shouldn’t have occurred. Or on the flip side of that is something’s not occurring that should occur, right? And so, with that thought, there’s a feeling. 

And then the action. The action is who broke the clock, right? Because the thought is somebody needs to be blamed. Who’s to blame? Right? Who broke the clock? Who created this un-expectation? Who created this out of place? And it’s who created this not supposed to happen event? Who’s to blame? Who’s going to be punished? Right? 

And so, all the kids immediately knowing. Because, again, being 10-years-old, being in fifth grade, we know. We’ve been alive for 10 years. We know the tone of voice that the teacher has, “Who broke the clock?” right? Because our parents have had it. Other teachers have had it. Other adults about it. We know that the person who broke the clock, the kid who broke the clock, is about to be blamed, get in trouble and get punished. Because we know. We’re in this age of punishment. We know that that neutral circumstance, that very neutral thing, o’clock being broken, a very innocent, neutral, natural thing that occurs. And it occurs for a reason. 

And here’s the move. I’m going to give you guys this later on the podcast. But it always occurs for us. Everything’s happening perfectly. Remember, it occurs for us. But this neutral thing, all of a sudden, it’s like it becomes this negative thing. It becomes this bad thing. And all of a sudden there’s fear that enters. There’s shame that enters. Maybe there’s some hiding, right? Maybe even lying. 

Because what happens is when the adult says, when the teacher says, “Who broke the clock?” Nobody says, “Oh, it was me.” right? You know, if the kid that did do it, maybe he points at somebody else, says, “Oh, it’s my friend.” Or, “It’s that kid.” Or, “That kid.” But everyone’s keeping their hands down, because nobody wants to be a tattletale, either. Right? Everyone’s got their hands down. So, we’ve got all this feeling, all this fear, all the shame. And again, the hiding. 

And as this rolls up, as we learn this in this age of punishment, as we learn this, and this rolls into our adulthood – Because, of course, as kids, we teach kids. It’s okay. Tell the truth. Blah-blah-blah. But we don’t. We don’t. We learn. We learn as kids. We learned that we’re going to be blamed, or we’re going to get in trouble. That we’re going to be punished. And so, we start to hide. We start to hide the things that we’re think we’re going to get in trouble for. We hide the things that we think we’re going to be punished for. We hide the things that we’re going to be blamed for. 

And a lot of this comes into things that were repressed for us as kids. A lot of us have shame, hiding, lying, blame. We feel like we’re being punished, or we’re going to get in trouble around things like sex, around things like money, around things like food, or sugar, specifically. Anything that will get us in trouble, right? Anything that we’ve had a conditioning around as children, we now have this thought as an adult. 

So, it does roll with us, brothers. It does take us up. And that’s where I want you to take this information for this podcast. Because that example with that example, when we start to change that big T, right? We start to look at this big T and we change that example. And we move this age of punishment. 

Now, what triggered the edge of punishment into the age of information? In the age of transparency? Well, I’m going to tell you what it is. I’m going to be brief about it because I want to move on into the next segment of the podcast. And it was basically the discovery, if I can call it the discovery, of the quantum field. I mean, it was the discovery of quantum mechanics and quantum physics. Because what we did when we – What we, as a species. What they, what those scientists did is they – And it was several of them. It wasn’t just one, right? It wasn’t just one scientist, “Hey, I discovered quantum mechanics.” 

It was several scientists over time. But as they did, and as this field, this quantum field of information began to reveal itself, began to become discovered and become a part of our understanding at the human level, we begin to break apart the two physics. We have the Newtonian physics, which works in the realm of matter, density, form. And then we have the quantum physics, which works in the realm of energy. And that’s the energy. That’s the astral realm that you’ve heard me talk about before on this podcast. 

So, we have these two realms now. And we begin to open up, and see, and measure, and observe the astral realm. And as we do that, we open up all kinds of new opportunity for changing the capital T. Because essentially, what we’ve done is we’ve looked at a new C. This is a new circumstance. This was always here, right? The quantum field, the field of information, was always here. We’ve just now like, “Whoa! Here it is. What do we do?” Well, now we can change the capital T, because it’s going to change for us all kinds of new things. And it’s taking time. 

But one of the things it’s showing us is that, “Look, we’re in a field of information. Everything is energy.” And because everything is energy, because everything is neutral, because everything is happening and through us, essentially, through the manifestation of our own choice, through our own freewill and consciousness, everything is perfect. That’s the change, brothers. That’s the move. From the old capital T of something is going wrong here, right? Hear me, when I say this, this is the T. This is the big capital T, the paradigm that you, me, everybody has kind of like grown up with and conditioned to there are beta mind. And as beta males, we believe that this is true. Things can go wrong. Things are going wrong. My expectations of what should be happening are not happening, right? That’s the capital T. And therefore, somebody’s to blame. Somebody should be punished. 

Now. I’m not talking about good things and bad things. I understand that we can subjectify something. We can say that it’s a bad thing my clock broke, right? The teacher can come in and say, “Oh, man! That’s a bad thing.” Like, “My husband gave me that clock.” Or, “My dad gave me that clock for my 16th birthday,” or whatever. Like, the teacher is upset. Like, she’s, “This as a bad thing.” Like, she can subjectify that in her mind and say, “This is bad.” But that doesn’t make it not perfect. That doesn’t make it not exactly what had to happen at that time. And we know that it had to happen at that time. And we know that it was perfect because it did happen. And because it did happen, it means it’s coming from the field of consciousness. It’s coming from the field of perfection. It’s coming from the field of oneness, which we are in in both consciousness and existence. 

And from that field, it’s showing us, us being the teacher and the kids in the room that witnessed that, that observed that event, that observed that circumstance, it’s showing us exactly what we need to see when we need to see it. It’s happening for us in perfection. There can be subjectification to say, “This is a good event.” “This is a bad event.” 

But either way, however we choose to objectify it, it’s still perfect. It’s still there for us. It’s still happening in a way that’s going to offer us something that we need to see. So, it’s not anything that is something that has to be punished. It’s not something that we say, “Well, this event shouldn’t have happened. And therefore, there needs to be consequence for something that shouldn’t have happened happening.” That’s the idea of a punishment, is kind of like retribution. It’s a consequence for bringing like a retribution and for something that shouldn’t have happened. It’s like balancing, right? That’s the idea of punishment, is to balance. Is to have that justice there. 

And again, there’s even just a difference in justice. What I’m talking about is recognizing that perfection so that the new big T rather than conditioning all of us to have this idea that things are out of place, that something’s gone bad, and somebody needs to pay for it, somebody’s to be blamed and punished for it. The new idea is, everything is perfect. 

The teacher can still come in and say, “Look, this is bad.” Like, “I’m sad. I’m upset. I’m choosing to be upset about this. I’m choosing to have this experience.” And this is perfect. And when we begin to have that new thought that everything is perfect, then we move from the age of punishment into a new capital T, age of transparency, age of information, where everything is perfect, everything is information, everything is energy. And we condition. 

Again, we teach, we program, we train, we condition with this new capital T the same way we’ve made shifts in other ways, in other places, through agriculture, through the use of tools and metals, through the use of – Again, like VHS tapes, on to DVDs, and then into streaming. The more we change our T – And it trickles down into capital F, capital A, capital R. We change that capital T to everything is perfect. 

Now, the teacher walks in, sees the broken clock, say, “Who broke the clock?” All the kids raise their hand. It’s like, “Oh, we all participate in that. We were all here for that. We were all witnesses of that.” Because it wasn’t one person who’s to blame. It wasn’t one kid that needs to be punished. It was everybody, as a collective, as a group, that was there and says, “Yes, we broke the clock.” 

Now, if you want to know exactly the events that occurred, there’s certainly the events that occurred and the teacher can go and look at that if there’s any necessity for that. And there may be a necessity for that if we’re going to further investigate how everything is perfect. And in what way is there a specificity around one kid maybe bumping the desk and breaking the clock so that there’s something that they need to learn specifically in a lesson? But not in a way to punish them. 

To tell them they’ve done something wrong. That’s something’s bad. That they’ve, in some way, derailed the natural course of events. Because they have derailed the natural course events. No one ever – No human being ever derails the natural course of events. We are always in flux with the natural course of events. And that’s the change. That was the discovery when we found quantum physics. And that is the capital T change, is that we are not disrupting things. We are not affecting things in a way where things that are happening shouldn’t be happening or where things that shouldn’t be happening are happening. We are always working exactly with what should be occurring. 

And because we’re working with that, and we move from the age of punishment into the age of transparency, the foundational flip, this counterintuitive flip with the new capital T model, brings in this new capital F. This new feeling of, “I don’t need to be afraid. I don’t need to lie. I don’t need to hide I don’t need to feel shame when things occur. Because things are occurring perfectly. I just need to be curious, inquisitive. I need to ask, “Why is this occurring? How is this happening for me? In what way is this perfect?” 

Yes, I can still choose to be happy or sad. I can still choose to say good or bad. But in either way, the question is deeper information. In what way? How is this information – How is this transparently showing me what I need to see? And over time, if I can extrapolate this out over time with you guys, with my brother here, with my family, I would say that, hypothetically, over time, this would lead to alterations, major alterations in society. Because crime – As you know, crime, law, all of that has to do with this idea of punishment. 

Now, we, as a species do have stories that we’ve agreed to, we’ve all agreed to. Like, murder is wrong. We don’t want murder. We believe that taking another life is wrong. It’s a story that we’ve all agreed to. And something we put on the books as a law. We said this is a law. Now, we want to keep that law, right? We don’t want to have a bunch of people all running around willy-nilly killing and murdering each other and all that kind of stuff. And, again, does that really happen? Are there places where that happens? Yes, there are places where that happens. And it’s because of these big T’s that we have. It’s because of these big thoughts that are going around in our minds that we’re conditioning. 

And as we move these big T’s, we begin to move the big Fs and the big actions, where the big action start to shift. And there isn’t so much of that crime, which, again, requires a less of a need for law. Because that comes from our side of punishment. It comes from our beta condition. It comes from the thought of the illusion that something has happened that shouldn’t have happened. And that is the illusion, brothers. That is always the illusion. 

We are moving out of this age. Thank you for quantum mechanics. Thank you so much for discovering, showing, revealing to us this field of information, this energy field that we live in. And that we have a direct connection too. This allows us to not only manifest, but it allows us to change some of those big T’s, those big collective thoughts that we accept is true and that we now know we can make some moves. We can act in faith. We can act in trust that everything is happening perfectly for us. And we can find how it is happening for us in timing, so that we can grow, so that we can expand by looking at that, rather than turning it on ourselves. Rather than turning it on ourselves and punishing ourselves and blaming ourselves. And that’s really where I want you to take this podcast, brothers. 

I’m going to close by saying this. Aim this at yourself. Yes, stop blaming other people. Stop punishing other people. Sure. That goes without saying, right? Like, resentment, let go. Blame, let go. Let go of all of that. But for yourself as well, you haven’t done anything wrong. Everything you’ve done and everything you’re doing. Whatever it is you’re doing. And like I said, this is why this is the big podcast, right? This is kind of that overall, the broad general podcast. Because as we get into some of these more specific concepts, like, around sex, around money, around health, sugar – I mentioned sugar. I mentioned food. These are the things I’m talking about. Where do you have shame? Where are you hiding? Where are you lying about things? You’re probably doing it because you think you’re going to get in trouble for it. And there’s some kind of idea around blame, self-blame, self-punishment. 

So, look at yourself, where can you let go of where you’re punishing yourself? Where can you let go of where you’re blaming yourself? Where can you let go of where you’re feeling shame? Where you’re hiding? Where you’re not showing up genuinely? Where you’re not showing up authentically? We are moving out of the age of punishment, because we have the knowledge, because we have the information, because we have the revelation of quantum mechanics. 

And it will take time. It will take time for everybody to understand the ramifications of that, the implications of what that means, because not everybody even understands what quantum mechanics is. Yes, it’s been around for a very long time. But it’s not something that’s taught to us in schools. Like, it’s something that needs to be taught to us in schools the same way that Newtonian physics is taught to us. Quantum physics needs to be taught to us because it shows us our manifestation. It shows us our energy. It shows us our astral self. And it allows us to have these big T changes, these big thought paradigm changes. So, we’re coming out brothers. We’re coming out of the age of punishment. We’re moving into the age of transparency, where everything will be revealed. Everything that is hidden will be known. And if you have any questions about this, if you want to begin working on this, on yourself, with others of like-minded journey, of a similar behavioral actions path, now may be the time for you to roll with the academy. 

I want to offer you guys. Begin to look at the academy. Big things are occurring at the academy. Big changes. We’re having webinars every day. We’re having discussions every day. We have group coaching calls almost every day. Things are happening all the time. So much is going on in there. Now is the time. When you’re ready, all you got to do is go to thealphamalecoach.com, click on the Spartan Academy and enroll. I’ll see you there. 

And until next week, my brothers, elevate your alpha.


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