Dinesh Karki

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"We question not for an answer, but to experience whatever is true. "



"The heart of the matter is this: to move toward enlightenment, you must begin with not-knowing. Genuine not-knowing is a completely open state of mind that always precedes the leap into a direct consciousness of Being."--Peter Ralston. One of mine favorite Enlightenment teacher. I started this journal only for improving my writing skill and English  

2018  Goals 

  1. Finding Life task or Life purpose
  2. Reading  books
  3. Improve English
  4. Workout
  5. Meditation(20min)
  6. Self Enquiry
  7. Learning Programming language (Javascript, PHP, React Js  etc)
  8. Making big picture of understanding
  9. Watch TTC video
  10. Working on financial freedom 
  11. Understanding business and marketing 


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Eben Pagan  Course Master map of Success  

Thing don't get better by chance, they get better by change. Thing to change you have to change. Think about word " Transform".

Master key to development. It's master key to master map. This is one concept or idea you can used from which level you are at to the next level. The key is "Contemplation", "Reflection", "thinking about something."

"Objectify your demons"-Ken wilber

Which means turn your demons into a object. So you can step outside and look out from here. Because when you inside of it you just reacting, responding and then they hitting you. You can't see that, it just a process. When you outside and then you think about them, they become not so terrible. Contemplation is the key to transformation . In order to understand human development. We sort with matter and then we go into life and then we go 


Evolution, Growth and Development

Key point:

The key to change is becoming NOT ME. You must change yourself.

• Change is not random. It follows patterns, and Wyatt will give you the map to change

over the course of the program.

• Two main concepts for today, the universe and everything in it evolves.

• Change is not arbitrary, it happens in stages/pattern.

1. We can not resolve the problems of our existence at the same level of thinking

that created them - Albert Einstein.

• The Master Maps will give you a key to all conflict and disagreement.

• Transformation: It’s a process. Going beyond your current form.

• It has three main aspect.

1) Letting Go of the Old (beliefs).

2) Having a Path to the new.

3) Including, incorporating, and integrating everything that's come before.

• We reach a point in our lives when we realize the way we are doing things will not get

us the things that we want.

• Brief overview of the Graves Model.

EXERCISE: The Major Transformations in Life

• Graves was a contemporary of Abraham Maslow. Graves was an empirical researcher

his whole life. He was the first to combine many of the developmental models and

added his own observations as well.

• In this program will also be studying some of the theories by Ken Wilbur. Began career

as a transpersonal psychologist. Transpersonal psychology is founded upon the

principle that human development moves through the following stages:

• Matter, life, Mind, should, and spirit.

• Wilbur had the ability to change states, and retain consciousness through different

states, including sleep in scientifically measurable ways.

• Evolution occurs in stages, and one cannot skip a stage to get to the next.

• Wilbur suggests that evolution occurs in 4 stages or tetra-evolution.

• Brief introduction to Typologies.

• There are two types: Horizontal and vertical. Horizontal typologies are structured

around the idea that people fit into certain categories.

• Vertical says we go through various stages, waves, or levels.

• The most common are the Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram


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Important Video from Joe Rogan and Matthew Walker 

Why sleep is important 



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 Learn The Keys To Development From Master Map of Success Seminar By Eben Pagan 

Key points:

  1. • There is a danger with having horizontal categories. Having a through explanation of our behavior can in turn, limit it, and lead to an excuse to behave in less than ideal ways.
  2. • In the vertical typology, you climb the ladder in stages.
  3. • Structure, Level, Wave.
  4. • Structure indicates that each stage has a holistic pattern which blends all of its elements into a structured whole.
  5. • Level means these patterns tend to unfold in a relational sequence with each senior wave transcending but including its junior.
  6. • Wave indicates that these levels are fluid and flowing affairs.
  7. • Change occurs simultaneously in four dimensions.
  8. • When making a map of behavior you can study the individual, the group, the inside behavior or the external behavior.
  9. • Management by objective. Quantifying from the outside efficiency and  productivity.
  10. • System view. If you have a problem, it’s in the system. It won’t matter how good the people are if the system is flawed.
  11. • Cultural view. Edgar Shine said “Culture is the shared tacit assumptions of a group. That it is learned in coping with external tasks and dealing with internal relationships. Although culture manifests itself in overt behavior, rituals, artifacts, climate, and expressed values, its essence is the shared tacit assumptions. As a responsible leader you must be aware of these assumptions and manage them or they will manage you.
  12. • Personality view. The view that emotional cognizance is twice as important as cognitive ability
  13.  Being able to calibrate your own emotions.
  14.  Control your own emotions.
  15. Being able to read other people’s emotions.
  16.  Being able to influence other people’s emotions.
  17. Tracing evolution in its four quadrants.
  18. 1) Objective Consciousness.
  19. • Facts, Brain, Simple Location.
  20. 2) Inter-Objective Consciousness.
  21. • Society, Social structures, Modes of techno-economic production.
  22. 3) Inter-subjective Consciousness.
  23. • Culture, Group meaning, Mutual understanding.
  24. 4) Subjective Consciousness.
  25. • Mind, Individual awareness, Self.
  26. • A common drawback to each of the maps is ignoring the other branches.
  27. • Evaluating claims in each of the four quadrants.
  28. 1) Truth.
  29. 2) Functional fit / Ecology.
  30. 3) Justness / Cultural fit.
  31. 4) Truthfulness.
  32. • We live in these value systems or holons (whole parts), and through evolution everything is constantly changing.
  33. • In this program we will be focusing on deep structure and the elements that drive change.
  34. • Development Happens. From physical, to emotional, to intellectual. Unique to humans is the fact that we can develop ourselves.
  35. • Master Key To Development: Contemplation. Reflection. “Going meta”.
  36. º Contemplation is the key to transformation.
  37. • Previous levels are integral to the development of the next level. They are used as the cornerstone of the next level.
  38. • Triune Brain.
  39. 1) Reptilian Brain: Responsible for territory, space, fight or flight response.
  40. 2) Emotional/Mammalian Brain: Emotional center, love.
  41. 3) Logical Brain: In charge of logic, reason, abstract thinking.
  42. • There is always a further. No matter how much you develop, learn, evolve, there is always more to go.
  43. • It is difficult to understand the other levels because you will see them through the filter  of your own filter.
  44. º Looking at the behavior of the other levels through your own filter makes it appear to be either criminal or insane!
  45. • Pre-conventional, Conventional, and Post-conventional.

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Favorite Quotes 


"Believe Nothing , No matter where you read or who has said it Not even if I said it, Unless it agrees with your reason and your own common sense."--Buddha

"It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.—Albert Einstein"


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I am grateful for all opportunity I had in my life. Now I realized I need to work on many area which I had complete list. I need to acquire theory and also need to practice many things for result. Most of us realized life is so difficult, it is greatest truth you need to know. That's why life purpose and personal development is important. I think money is important for living but when we got that there are higher stage most of us don't know about. I am grateful for knowing these things. We never question about truth, reality because we are trap in many things that we don't know and we don't care. We care  materialism so much that we don’t have any improvement or development in life. Most of us care about sex, money, status which have lower conscious. We are taking low quality information that's doesn’t matter in our life.  

Sorry for grammar(Improve is going on :)

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This is work I am doing right now. This is not only my project it is also Improving my life and I am building meta skill which help me in future.

The list of May Month are given below:

  1. Web Development( Both front and back End.)
  2. Learning English(Mainly focused on Grammar)
  3. Exercise (Both physical and mental)
  4. Balancing theory and exercise
  5. Courses: life purpose course by Leo Gura and Eben Pagan(Master map of Success.) :) 

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The world has changed(again) and the stakes are higher than ever. Now we're facing a full-fledged revolution- a hyper competitive world involving art and gifts and fear and the ability for you(for anyone) to make an indispensable (Yet) it's because you haven't made that choice.

The New world work: "We have gone from teams (management and labor) to a third team, the linchpins. These are people who own their owns of production, who can make a difference, lead us and connect us. The death of the factory means that the entire system we have built our lives around is now upside down. This is either a huge opportunity or giant threat. Revolution are frightening because the new benefits something lag behind the old pain."

How we get here: "the scam is that just about everything you were taught in school and by the media was an invented myth , fable designed to prep you to be a compliant worker in the local factory. School exist for the reason, but that reason might not be what you think."

Becoming the linchpin: " The linchpin is an individual who can walk into chaos and create order. Someone who can invent, connect, create and make think happened "

The Resistance: " So, why is this so hard? It turns out that it's biological. Deep within your brain lies the amygdala, the lizard brain . It sets out sabotage anything that feels threating, risky or generous. Until you name , recognize and deal with the resistance, you will stay frustrated  "

"The system we grew up with is a mess. It's falling apart at the seams and a lot of people I care about are In pain because the things we thought would work don't. every day I meet people who have so much to give but have been bullied enough to hold it back. They have become victims, pawns in a senseless system that uses them up and undervalues them"

"It's time to stop complying with the system and draw your own map. Stop setting for what's good enough and start creating art that matters. Stop asking what's in it for you and start giving gifts that change people, then and only then will you have achieved your potential. For hundreds of years, the population has been seduced, scammed, and brainwashed into fitting in, following instruction and exchanging a day's work for a day's pay. That era has come to an end and just in time."

"You have brilliance in you. Your contribution is valuable and the art you create is precious. Only you can do it and must."

Where does Average come from: it comes from two places: 1. You have been brainwashed by school and by the system into believing that your job is to do your job and follow instructions. It's not, not anymore. 2. Everyone has a little voice inside of their head that's angry and afraid. That voice is the resistance your lizard brain and it wants you to be average(and safe)

Artists are people with a genius for finding a new answer, a new connection or a new way of getting things done.

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Self-Actualization & the History of Management

Key Points:

• Myers Briggs is the most famous and widely used method of personality typing.

º We take in information in one of two ways. Through sensing (S), or through

intuition (N). We process that information through thinking (T) or through feeling


º Development can be traced along the following combinations of these personality


a. SF (Sensing/Feeling): Gross motor skills. The emphasis is on strength,

endurance, and physical attributes. As a society, we first evolved as hunter

gatherers that relied on the prowess of the hunter. With the exception of

professional athletes, the modern day embodiment of these characteristics,

tend to be lower paid wage earners in the manual labor field.

b. ST (Sensing/Thinking): The next thing to develop is fine motor skills. Hand eye

coordination, typified in artisans, craftsmen. The neurosurgeon being an

example. Society tends to reward these people with more money.

c. NF (Intuition/Feeling): Verbal skills. Has a higher developed ability to

communicate with others, express themselves, and read emotions. They tend

to be caregivers, hippies, and the financial outlier being the singer and


d. NT (Intuition/Thinking) Analytic/Synthetic construction. This is the last thing to

develop. These skills allow us to see and move into the future. Abstract

thinking. Philosophers.

• Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.

º Maslow was a friend of Clare Graves.

º Postulated that humans have a fews basic needs and that our focus goes at

fulfilling these needs in order.

a. Survival. Includes food shelter etc. and anything that threatens that survival.

º A power mode, in which we are powerless, and in a state of struggle.

Concerned with the present.

b. Safety and Security. Security from going back to survival mode.

º Usually about one paycheck to the next. More control of your environment is


c. Love, Affection, and Belonging. Once security is met, relationships are the next


º Time frames extend to the seasons.

d. Ego and Self-esteem. Creativity, human expression.

º Time frames envelop careers, and extend 20-30 years.

e. Self-Actualization. Actualizing certain potentialities within one’s self.

º It is a lifetime experience. Never ending experience.

f. Self-Transformation. A state beyond Self-Actualization.

º Transcends time.

• What would it mean for you to be self-actualized?

º Maslow describes self-actualization by the following, highly interpretable


a. Superior perception of reality.

b. An increased acceptance of self, others, and nature.

c. Increased spontaneity.

d. Increase in problem centering.

e. Increased detachment and privacy.

f. Increased autonomy and resistance to inculturation.

g. Greater freshness and appreciation of emotional reaction.

h. Higher frequency of peak experiences.

i. Increased identification with the human species.

j. Improved interpersonal relations.

k. More democratic character structure.

l. A greatly increased creativeness.

m.Certain changes in the value system.

• Mechanistic model of Management.

º The view that a system is like a machine, and the people like machine parts. If a

part is faulty or inefficient, it is simply replaced.

• Organic model of Management.

º Growth the primary focus of business.

º The people in organizations need to be looked after and developed.

• Social System model.

º Organizations are made up of employees, customers, and suppliers, and it existed

in a culture and a society and should have a responsibility to that society.

º The needs of the employees and the customers should be attended to.

• Transitions.

• In order to move on, a number of conditions must be in place.

º You need to have some idea of what the next level looks like.

º Contradictions in your current model arise.

• It’s important to transcend and INCLUDE. Everything that came before is not useless

when moving to a new level, and a common mistake is to abandon everything.

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The Way of Superior Man by David Deida

Books (The Way of superior Man by David Deida ): This is one of my favorite books. This books not only teaches you about how to be good man. But it teaches you about life purpose. Every superior man must have life purposed. He talked about three stage  which I already heard from ken Wilber (From His books ) and Spiral Dynamics.  these are different but in sense they seem and feel similar. 

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On 6/18/2018 at 8:37 AM, Dinesh Karki said:

Eben Pagan  Course Master map of Success  


Is this his Spiral Dynamics course

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19 hours ago, thehero said:

Is this his Spiral Dynamics course

Yeah. He also talk about  Self-Actualization, Ken Wilber Model,Graves model. 


Master Map of Success: Comprehensive approach to “mapping” people and business

Wyatt Woodsmall Ph.D. & Eben Pagan


Session 1 — Evolution, Growth, and Development

In this training you’ll get an overview of the “pattern nature” of human beings, how to distinguish which pattern system is most useful for you, and the danger of identifying too much with any “label” or “type”.

EXERCISE: The major transformations in life.


Session 2 — Learn The Keys To Development

In this session you’ll learn how to approach map making, and the four key dimensions of change. You’ll also learn the keys to development and the perspectives of living at your level of evolution.


Session 3 — Self-Actualization & the History of Management

In this session we get an introduction to the Myers Briggs Personality model and how societies evolve according to this model. We also learn about Maslowʼs Hierarchy of Needs. Take the test to see if you are self-actualized and see what the Prussian army had to do with the New York railroad.


Session 4 — Personal and Global Problems

In this session we start with an exercise where we identify the primary problems that face us as individuals, problems at a societal level, and at a global level.

EXERCISE: Identify the primary problems of today


Session 5 — Believe it or Not!

In this session we break down beliefs with some internal models of belief structures and techniques to eliminating your limiting beliefs.

EXERCISE: Identify the primary problems of today




Session 6 — Are You Experienced?

In this session we break down beliefs with some internal models of belief structures and techniques that give you an experience of beginning to bring some of your emotional and sensory systems under control.


Session 7 — An Idiot’s Guide to Being an Idiot

In this session we learn how itʼs possible to be an idiot and why your boss fits that description. Learn why 99% of the attempts to change someoneʼs mind fails, and the trick in making someone change with one of three approaches.


Session 8 — Level Up

In this session we get an introduction to Graves and learn the eight main levels of the psychological map. Learn the stages that both societies, organizations, and individuals adopt as they evolve.


Session 9 — Ahh, ahh, ahh, ahh, Staying Alive World 1 and 2

In this session we begin to get deeper explanations of the first two stages. Learn what babies have in common with the dawn of man and go through an exercise that puts you in charge of a tribe at war.


Session 10 — The Master Map Condensed

In this session we get a condensed version of the stages and how they relate to each other. We also learn the secret to Ebenʼs approach to training programs and his ultimate goal.


Session 11 — Keys To Learning The Levels of Success

In this session we learn a secret about success. Eben explains the learning process and the approach to getting the most out of the levels. He also shows how you might have experienced the higher levels already, without ever knowing it. Wyatt also hints at how knowing this material can help you understand your children.


Session 12 — It’s Only Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll… But World 3 Likes it.

In this session we dive deeper into World 3. We also go through an exercise that puts you in the shoes of a World 3 citizen, and are faced with dealing with the issues of poverty and relationships.


Session 13 — Anything Less Would be Uncivilized

In this session we get a thorough look at World 4. We get a better understanding of how our modern civilization came about. We get insights into the birth and structure to religion.


Session 14 — Personal Success

In this session we open up World 5. We hear how Gene Roddenberry used the Graves model to create compelling characters and conflict in Star Trek.


Session 15 — Sharing and Caring

In this session we explore World 6. At some point we all find ourselves in world 6 at some level, and Eben points out the benefits of living in this space, even if for only an exercise.


Session 16 — Six Flavors of Chimp

In this session we hear a narrative of the future and how we integrate the first six stages in everyday life. We also learn about how each of the stages identify themselves, then switch from the question ʻwho am I?ʼ to ʻwhat am I?ʼ as we explore the world of the chimpanzee and itʼs social similarities to our own.


Session 17 — Tier Two Time

In this session we explore the transition between Tier 1 (Worlds 1-6) and Tier 2 as we discuss the characteristics of World 7. We hear about how when tiers clash, tears can fall, especially when Wyatt criticizes a seminar goer.


Session 18 — Probability and Scenarios

In this session Eben gets into scenario planning and lays down a great basic way to use it in business and beyond to help you take advantage of the future now and help you think more rationally and responsibly.

Exercise: Fix the American education system in 40 minutes!


Session 19 — Actualization

This session explains how the model relates to writing sales letters. Wyatt also gives some startling statistics attributed to a hundred-person model of the world.

Session 20 — Future Shock

In this session the group is asked to think about the survival of the planet in the long term and discuss population control, time travel, and advanced civilizations as we do an exercise from the 8ʼs viewpoint.

EXERCISE: How do we ensure survival of the planet? With a focus at the human level. Pick one ‘good’ scenario, and one ‘bad’, and scenario plan for each. Pick long-term markers. Push yourself to think beyond any time frames you’ve previously thought of. Think at level 8.


Session 21 — Dave Logan: Cultural Attaché

In this session Dave Logan, professor at USC, former associate dean, and author of “Tribal Leadership” and “Three Laws Of Performance” describes culture and puts various workplaces into perspective. He lays out the steps to help change the culture at a company and things to avoid when doing so. Plus we learn a simple technique to learn someoneʼs core values with only a few questions.


Session 22 — Systems in Organizations and Organisms in Systems

In this session Wyatt dives down and deconstructs systems and ecology. We discover some of the pitfalls of trying to improve organizations improperly and take lessons from Frank Herbertʼs Dune


Session 23 — Till Death Do Us Part

In this session we discuss the high-level concepts that will help us get to second tier. Eben runs through exercises that contemplate death and practice focusing on priorities. We also run through an exercise designed to help us let go. Wyatt also takes us through a narrative that encompasses all the stages in an embodiment of our lives and the graves model.


Session 24 — Taking Control Of Your Own Evolution

In this session Eben gives an exercise that was designed as a self-scoring tool you can use to get a bead on where youʼre at in your own evolution. Then we learn a technique on how to strengthen areas you are not balanced in. We take a final look at perspectives through art, and wrap with a

Exercise: Integral Self-Evolution Worksheet




Handouts — Important Exercises

As you’re going through the program, you’ll notice several spots where Wyatt has the group do exercises. Here is where you can download those exercises so you can follow along with Wyatt’s instructions. Don’t do these exercises now – just know they’re here for you when you get to those points in the program… enjoy!

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Peter Ralston on Not knowing 

One of the first objectives here is to assist you in looking at knowing and not-knowing in a different way. You’ll come to see how the cultural attitudes we share regarding both knowledge and self can sentence us to a lifetime of low-grade desperation and superficiality. Start to think about this for yourself. For instance, note that I use the negative term "not-knowing” out of necessity. In our culture, we name what interests us, and apparently we have little interest in the state of consciousness that is prior to comprehension. We denigrate not-knowing as “stupidity” or, more kindly, as ignorance. Obviously, we’ve all experienced not knowing something, but we disregard the fact that such a state always exists before achieving any kind of insight.

"Genius, in truth, means little more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way." —William James

Certain names are synonymous with genius. Names like Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, and Galileo live on in our culture because of the remarkable discoveries these people made. Although their fields of expertise were different from one another, each of their impressive contributions began with one simple principle. People like Gautama Buddha, Solomon, and Aristotle are known as sages, people with extraordinary insight and wisdom. Their insights were founded on the very same principle that made scientific innovations possible. What all these remarkable people had in common is that they went beyond their beliefs and assumptions to a state of not-knowing.

But not-knowing sounds like ignorance, and in just about any culture ignorance is a bad thing. We certainly don’t make the connection between this state of openness and the wonder it generates, which is so necessary for learning. From early in life, we’re often praised for knowing and frowned on for not knowing. We grow up being afraid of our own ignorance and terrified that our ignorance may show. Over time, we’re conditioned to appear as “knowledgeable” as we can, while carefully concealing the limits of our understanding.

Consider the overused phrase, “think outside the box,” which suggests that a person look beyond any conventional views and come up with some useful new insight. The term’s popularity likely stems from the way it implies a creative approach to thinking without emphasizing the “undesirable” prerequisite for that leap, which is a state of not-knowing.

We all experience the dawning of a realization or grasp a new idea now and then, but insight doesn’t seem to be something a person can just tap into at will. To access genius, we need to be able to step outside our familiar self-mind and resist the urge to hastily fill in the blank spaces with our knowing. Being willing to not-know means having the courage to surrender all that we think we know, and all that we believe is true. When we open up in this way, we create a space to experience what is actually true. From there, anything can come to light.

"We must know, if only in order to learn not to know. The supreme lesson of human consciousness is to learn how not to know. That is, how not to interfere."-D. H. Lawrence

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How is it possible to become conscious of something that’s present but of which we’re unaware, and if it is true and present, why aren’t we aware of it? We live our lives within two domains of existence that are occurring simultaneously. The first domain is what actually exists or occurs as reality. This world is the one we attempt to address through science, contemplation, philosophy, and so on. The second domain is our experience, which is the “personal reality” that each of us occupies and which holds our attention daily and most of the time. These two domains are very different because one is what’s existentially true, the other is only occurring “as if” it’s true.



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I am planning to go to village. I was grew up in there. I saw many mushroom there in forest. I also planned to find magic mushroom. 


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If I found Magic mushroom. I will post photo here. I am not going to eat that mushroom. Mushroom are vary poisonous they can kill me. 

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