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    • Cover Page
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    • Introduction: We Are All Designed for Success
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    • Lesson 1: The Innocent Outside-in Misunderstanding of Life
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    • Lesson 2: Getting the Most From This Program
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    • Lesson 3: The Simplicity Behind Every Experience
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    • Lesson 4: Who We Are and Our Inner Wisdom
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    • Lesson 5: The Role of Thought and Free Will (Part 1)
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    • Lesson 6: Understanding Thought (Part 2)
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    • Lesson 7: Summary and Integration
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    • Lesson 8: Forgiveness Is Not a Doing
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    • Lesson 9: Conclusion and Gratitude
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Introduction: We Are All Designed for Success

Daniel Martinez Stahl

"If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.”
~ Henry David Thoreau

Understanding How Life Actually Works

In order to understand what it means to be human, it is very helpful to know how our minds work and to know a little about the system that makes it possible for us to experience life. It is with this understanding of ourselves and of the system of life that we are able to learn the nuances of what we can do to thrive across all aspects of our lives; and this is not an exaggeration. 

What I am going to be sharing with you in this program are the foundational building blocks at the source of every experience we have. This means that as you develop your understanding of how things work, it will impact your internal and external experiences and span across your personal and professional life, with everything in between. 

By the end of this program you will have a fundamental understanding of how we are all actually designed for success. You will see how the system is designed in our favor when we don't innocently misunderstand and interfere. In fact, you will begin to appreciate that we actually help ourselves more by doing less, instead of trying to do more, which is exactly opposite of the way we have been taught to succeed in life. 

This series of lessons will offer a high-level overview of how the system works to create our experiences moment by moment, behind the scenes. The intention is to help you develop an understanding that will allow you to recognize and connect with your own innate psychological and spiritual well-being, your inner wisdom, and lead you to have your own insights about the universal nature of how our minds work.

I will be sharing some aspects of this understanding that have had the biggest impact on my own life — things that continue to help me forgive myself and others more easily and that quiet the noise inside my head, which was often filled with self-judgement and/or criticism. This understanding has allowed me to live with more peace of mind in spite of whatever life throws my way, and I would love for you to have the same experience. 

My intention is not for you to follow the same path as me or to try to recreate my insights. It is more of an invitation for your own wisdom to respond in kind, revealing new thoughts to you that will make a difference in your life as well. As I share this information with you, it's likely you have heard something similar in the past, but I invite you to listen for something new. Be open to the possibility that there is something to learn beyond the words and beyond your old thoughts. 

So, let’s get started...