1) having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact.
2) concerned and well-informed about a particular situation or development.

Our second “be” builds on the first.

Once you have made the decision to immerse yourself into a new environment, the next step is to continually M-onitor or observe your surroundings. 


This is applicable to both the community and the market.

Understanding the language makes it much simpler to keep up with the flow of information.

Another, more foundational, aspect to being aware starts within.

3 Critical Reasons People REFUSE to Invest for Wealth

“I don’t have the time…”

“I don’t have the money…”

“I don’t have the know-how…”

-Everyone at some point about some thing

We have all used at least one of these phrases to start a sentence.

We may have even known the phrase was more of an excuse than a reason for not doing the thing that followed the phrase.

But most all excuses are reasons.

And a reason is simply rationale for why.


Let’s look at it from a Djed High View.

The 3 phrases in question are not reasons at all.

In fact, they are actually curses.  Or spells.

The only truth or power to any one of them is completely within the control of the speaker, and in this case, the one who chooses to resonate with low frequency vibrations.

Why spells though?

The Oxford dictionary defines the word as follows:

1) a short period of time during which something lasts

2) words that are thought to have magic power or to make a piece of magic work

If we take the first definition, an “I don’t…” statement is technically a declaration that a person is not ready

This could suggest we are not uncomfortable enough in the present reality to change the status quo.

It may also mean the current situation is so overwhelming that no clear way out seems within reach.

Each of these states is an illusion.

We will use the second definition to explain, and begin to break the spells that perpetuate the illusion in BE AWARE pt. 2

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