Qualitative Economy

A mere act of attention due to self-observation, may change your inner state, your position in yourself, and get you into a better position in life.

You know a lot about being in the wrong or right place in life, but very little about being in the wrong or right place inside yourself.

But remember! The internal is the very cause and so much more important than the external.
You cannot expect to make the right decisions when you are in the wrong place internally, when your level of attention is zero.

When you are in a bad, narrow, evil place internally, the world that you yourself project becomes colder, denser, thicker, heavier.

A quantitative economy is based on calculation, programs, plans and mathematics; and mathematics cannot deal with qualities, but only with quantities. If you live in a merely quantitative universe, nothing is possible for you - neither change, nor transformation, because transformation is a question of quality.

Life can be transformed only by changing your dream - that is, by turning something lower into something higher.

An ordinary man, a machine-man is a function of the nature-machine, guided by nature and obedient to nature.

A man of School starts to work in a different direction, turning upside down his own vision.
A man of integrity, a fully understanding being, contains life, and through his revealed Will can move mountains in the world of events.

An ordinary man sees everything as opposites - a higher level of integrity sees all sides of a question simultaneously.

In a qualitative economy, the amount of efforts is useless in comparison with the quality of efforts.
Your position and role in life is determined by the quality of your own being.

(from The School for Gods)

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Benedetta Amadi

After finishing secondary school, Benedetta Amadi enrolled in the European School of Economics in Milan where, as part of her four year programme, she had the opportunity to complete a six months specialization course at Esmod, a school of fashion design in Paris, followed by an internship of six months in the Burberry press office in London. Benedetta Amadi graduated at ESE after spending...

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