The Alpha State - Workings of the Mind
What are the commonalities of people who tap the Alpha state? Where did they live? What education did they get? Who or what were their major influences? How did they work? Can anyone achieve the Alpha state? These questions will be thoroughly answered in this book.
People who achieve or tap the Alpha state are normal individuals just like you and me. The difference is in the influences, times and environments that they live in. Commonalities include an environment of extreme poverty, political unrest, a pervading universal travesty, and the necessity for change.
Because of the present situation individuals are enjoined to seek a better solution, to change for the better, to find a cure, to surpass the norms, to go higher, jump farther and to achieve what is never thought of as possible. Everything stems from our thoughts.
What our world is today is a cause of someone’s thoughts. What we eat, drink, wear, live and breath is a result of someone thinking and finding an easier way to do such. Our whole perception of our world is a result of thoughts, collective thinking and shared knowledge. As they say we are what we think. People who have achieved Alpha are normal in any right. They may or may not have had education. But their single most prevalent similarity is the way they think.
What is involved with thinking? Thinking is the combination of the following: Intellectual Quotient, Emotional Quotient, Social Quotient, Political Quotient, Spiritual and Physical Quotient.
1). Intelligence Quotient – An intelligence quotient or IQ is a score derived from a set of standardized tests of intelligence. The subject of IQ becomes debatable because of the heredity versus environment issue. My theories are such that I will begin to highlight the major influences of our environment and debunk heredity all together.
2). Emotional Quotient - Emotional Intelligence, also called EI and often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient or EQ, describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. However, being a relatively new area, the definition of emotional intelligence is still in a state of flux.
3). Social Quotient – Social Intelligence or Social Quotient (SQ) is my terminology for the ability to interact with not only people but animals, nature and all living things we interact with both minute and grandiose.
4). Political Quotient – Political Quotient is a sub-quotient of SQ pertaining to the understanding of the political situation on a worldwide scale and how each nation is part and parcel of the collective political undertaking.
5). Spiritual Quotient – Spiritual Quotient is the belief of a God or gods or the creation of such in the mind to lay the tenets to answer pervading questions about creation and the after-life, and to explain the very essence of our existence.
6). Physical Quotient – Physical Quotient is our ability to control, will and instigate our whole physical self for a course of action or reaction to influence directly or indirectly our environment and ourselves.