What are The 5 Coins of the Helper-Learner™?
They represent the process of “Finding your power, then learning to use it wisely™” as others go through the same journey. That interaction can go well, or it can go very badly. But knowing what to expect as it relates to five simple categories of thinking/mindsets, decisions, facts and behaviors, will help you see the world around you with greater clarity. Clarity is decision making is always a desired quality, and can save your personal life significant stress, and/or your business from significant risk and loss. It is easy to dismiss some “little” coins as silly, until you hear the wisdom that pours out of them. In fact, there is a warning sign on the Coin of Truth, because telling “truth” to the wrong person can be dangerous. That and many other life insights are built into the coins, so that as you use them you do not have to try and memorize everything – wisdom is built in.
Today you have the power to live a powerfully beneficial and enjoyable life. You can also remain captured in, or create a stressed out, chaotic, hurt filled mess of a life. The coins represent the decisions you have within your power to make, and the likely impact they will have on you and the world around you. If choices matter, shouldn’t we understand a bit more about the decisions we are making?
- The Coin of Intention – learn and understand the 2 Intentions
- The Coin of Movement – learn and understand the Art of Timing and Intention
- The Coin of Logic – learn to embrace both forms of Logic
- The Coin of Truth – learn to see Truth and the Uses of “Story”/Fiction
- The Coin of Compassion – Learn the 2 Stages of Compassion and Attack
Then learn to see where others are in their journey to find their power and use it wisely or not…
When we know a person’s true intent, we can begin to treat them with greater patience and care, even though they may be a pain in the biscuit, or push them further away because we understand their nature is not to protect, partner and befriend us, it is to exploit us. Knowing how to see the patterns can save us a lot of grief, and help us bring joy into situations others are stuck in a bad reaction to a good hearted person with a rough exterior.
These are “five coins that represent our intention in interacting with other people, our movement state, our way of thinking and how we relate to both logic and emotion in the gathering and processing of information, our relationship with truth and fiction and out ability to see it, as well as our choice to be kind or to attack other people.
They are five key options you have within your power to use to make your life better or worse. They represent ways of thinking and acting, associated with what some might call “good and evil.” They are the product of over a decade of thought and effort. They are a prediction of the type and quality of relationship you have with other people. They are like compounds in a chemical reaction – each coin acting and reacting with each other in different ways depending on their intent, character and mood. There are many influences that drive the reactions, and each of them give a good idea of the outcomes long before they begin.
They not only represent our intent towards others, they represent the natural cycles of maturity as we grow from dependent children into mature, responsible adults– knowing that before we can use our power wisely we must find it and practice how to use it. Of course that means we will make mistakes. The 5 Coins of the Helper-Learner ™ will help you understand who made a simple mistake when they step on your toes, and those who fully intended to use their power at your expense.
The 5 Coins of the Helper-Learner ™ represent a set of tools you can carry in your pocket to help you navigate life, in a crisis or in the long view. They are a map, a compass and a resource always at your aid. Once you learn them, you have them in you at all times. The clarity they give is immediate and long lasting.”
Thank you for taking the time to begin your journey into The 5 Coins of the Helper-Learner ™,
Dan S. Keenan