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decorative angel graphic    What do we mean by complete?

We keep telling you to complete things. Maybe we ought to define the term.

Because completion is essential. And completion can be subtle.

Because, without completion, you've done 95% of the work and you have 5% of the ability.

Incompletion is why people work their whole lives and never arrive.

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On the other hand, some people turn completion into an obstacle.

We want this to get around fast, like a virus can. We don't want you potchkying around trying to be "complete."


What do we mean when we say complete?

Several things. And you need all of them to be complete.


You need to feel complete.


And you need to test that you are complete with a skill for now. Completion is always for now.


Lastly, you really have thoroughly looked over the thing you were asked to complete. You've tested in the nooks and crannies just to make sure you haven't overlooked anything.

Here are some things that complete with a skill does not mean.

It doesn't mean:

  • You spent a lot of time.
  • You sweated.
  • You worked hard.
  • You agonized.
  • You struggled.
  • You felt bad.
  • You got bored.
  • You read every word.
  • You printed it out and put it in a book.
  • You didn't go on to anything else until you completed it.

It might mean that you asked someone else, another Harmonic master, a friend of yours, to test for you: "Am I complete with this skill?"

Please complete all skills you undertake to assimilate

This doesn't mean you have to be complete with a skill before you go on to something else. Work on as many things as you want, all at the same time. But please, feel interimly complete with everything you do as you jump around from lesson to lesson.

Harmonic masters always go back later to things that they've completed. Because many skills that you complete will be highly applicable to the new skills you undertake. And because when we've completed something, it's actually easier to be interested in it.

Because completion is, literally, the calm, clear, place. You can probably pick this up most easily with your on-line tutorial audios and movies, though there are also text tutorials.

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The advantage with the audio and movie tutorials is that you'll see and hear people do this, and you may find it easy to do it yourself after a few minutes of listening or watching.    

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