In this video:
00:01:54 - What is predictive about Paradigm Trajectories
00:07:03 - The Trajectories help the coach get away from what to do about the client's thinking or how they feel (or having judgment on the client's thinking)
00:10:11 - Rosella asks Brett to talk about the natural end of the Outside-in trajectory (either killing yourself or someone else killing you)
00:25:17 - Evadne share some thoughts about commiserating
00:29:04 - Tzvi brings up the point how we cannot predict if we will be IO or OI, and how does this relate to predicting the trajectory? (we are on the train, but we are not fixed to the train)
00:38:12 - Seeing the direction (2 directions, two ways of using the same mind)
00:41:07 - David asks for Brett to clarify about the unpredictability from the HEx, and how the principles make it predictable
00:44:22 - Basya highlights and asks about the tracks being predictable and what about the train, what is and what isn't predictable here?
00:45:55 - Barbara Harris asks a question about how my thinking is unique to me and "Thought vs Thought"
00:58:03 - We can have the same thought as another person, but we each still feel our own individual thought
00:59:45 - "It feels like I am doing something to myself", but it really all about the track we are on
01:03:19 - We don't share trajectories, we can share a thought, but the trajectory is unique to where we are in the moment
01:05:04 - Basya brings in Mind and Free Will (6 sides of the same dice)
01:05:55 - Tzvi brings up a documentary that relates to the topic (3 Perfect Strangers) and how we are looking at this in a very different way
The discussion thread for “Paradigm Trajectories” course is on this
. If you have any questions or insights about Paradigm Trajectories or what you think about it, I encourage to you post on the link above.
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