Source of Aspiration

The general definition of aspiration, according to Oxford, is the hope or ambition of achieving something. The word itself is suggestive of direction and desire. Both meet up at a corner, creating willingness. To be willing at the corner of direction and desire. I personally prefer tenacity, however aspiration is a better fit for this directive.

So where do we go from here? Well, aspiration as a concept leads us to the seven levels of awareness, so let’s continue there. Listed below are the seven levels of awareness.

  1. Animal
  2. Mass
  3. Aspiration
  4. Individual
  5. Discipline
  6. Experience
  7. Mastery

Going with the concept from earlier, the masses have a direction and the personal or group desire allows some to aspire. Even then, action separates the individual from the other aspirators. Still further, not everyone disciplines themselves the same way. Different disciplines can lead to different experiences, and different levels of mastery still. Can you imagine if that was a city? How congested such a place would be!

Why the seven levels of awareness? They provide an action plan for growth. I believe that they are aligned with the truth. If they are indeed aligned though, is this really all there is? Is there a chance that something might have slipped through the cracks? Or perhaps it’s too complex to be truly aligned?

I personally discovered these levels of awareness while listening to Bob Proctor’s SGR program. If you want more information on the seven levels, I dug up a page that goes into further depth on them here.

Up next is simplicity. Is there anything you’d like to see covered regarding thought? Feel free to share!

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