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COMPASS
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Consciousness and Mind, Psychology And Sound Spirituality
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My departure
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First Step
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Ultimate
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Establish your COMPASS direction in the five main areas, or, at least one. Again, do not overwhelm yourself or another.
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Short and long-term destinations, even, a minute or an hour from now.
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Make the immediate destination attainable and hold the person accountable, knowing mistakes are made, even with the most simple tasks.
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ONE step at a time. People go at their pace, not ours.
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Map it out on the COMPASS chart. Write it down so it’s a clear finish line for the chosen task.
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1. Purpose
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For a human to flourish, they must know their life's purpose. Education, in all its forms, from parenting to teaching, to maturing, to growing up, to apprenticing, to educating, to mentoring, to forming, to training, to development, to whatever we input into an individual's psyche, must first and foremost be to enhance that person's purpose of life.
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Your life purpose is that overriding desire to do something in line with your personal ambitions, education, and skills. It motivates you to get out of bed, think, and plan your future. It's what you really want to do with your life.
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Purpose – Chapter 15
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Nature of Humans, Consciousness & Mind, Space-Time, Creativity, Imagination, Learning, Choices, Growth Mindset, Facing Challenges, Rule Life Responsibly,
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Psychology, all therapy, and education should put all people on track to their individual purpose in life.
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Our mental frame of mind often has to do with our actions and thoughts or, put another way, the behavior of our tongue, fists, emotions, and mind. How often we curse, are negative, sarcastic, aggressive, know-it-all, react to bullying… A mentor, and particularly a coach or psychologist, can pick up on these traits in an open, truthful discussion. It is these thoughts, reactions, and behaviors that eat at us from the inside and are the cause of mental illness.
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Here is where, tactfully, we have to discuss behavior and self-reproach how to see our negative reaction (bullying is the other person’s problem, but it can cause depression because of our too-submissive reaction). It is very delicate and personal, but we have to help the mentee see their bad reaction and take step-by-step measures to help them overcome this situation. We might have no influence over the bullier, but the injured party can develop a thicker skin to withstand abuse.
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Function Chapter 16 of Mind-Body Problem Solved
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Two-faced Humanity, Free Will, Behavior, Ethics, Justice, Self-Reproach, Forgiveness.
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Human Society, Unique Individuals, Gender Equality, Bride and Groom, Couple Relationship, Marriage, Family, Parenting, Extended family, Ethnicity, Nations, Languages, Globalization.
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4. Human Rulership (18) Rule activity (professional, recreation) during waking hours.
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Human Gov’t, Governance Structure, Government for the People, Human Needs, Inner Peace, Peace of Mind, National and Individual Prosperity, History of Individuals and Nations, Individ. Rights vs. Coll. Rights, Peace, Government Organization, Best Form of Government,Observation & Intuition.
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The first step depends on the age, mental state, physical and intellectual capacity. There is no one-size fits all. It’s up to the mentor to have a deep discussion to investigate what the mentee wants and needs. Yes, the mentor might make suggestions, but we must engage the mentee’s initiative, collaboration, and adherence, therefore it’s best to listen to their input. Obviously, with someone undecided, lukewarm, or ambivalent, you might have to nudge. But, insofar as possible, the outcome should be acceptable and reachable for the mentee. That doesn’t mean you, or they will be on the right track with the first decision. We have to be flexible; the first try wasn’t lost; we figured out one compass point that didn’t work; there are 359 others.
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Philosophy, Science, Religion, Theology
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