Member since December 2007.

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My name is Joe Kou and I am standing up for what is best for all in common sense and self honesty.

Joe Kou

No Such Thing As "PURE Imagination”

A point that I have often placed value in throughout my life has been my ability to 'escape' into my imagination and believe that I was 'special' for being able to create vivid and 'wild' and 'robust' fantasy worlds and illusions and stories in my mind which I would find more ... —stoppingjoekou.blogspot.com

Day 29 - Myself as the Child Part 4 - Emotional Outbursts and Conflict ~ Joe's Journey to Life

Day 29 - Myself as the Child Part 4 - Emotional Outbursts and Conflict I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to NOT see and realize that when a child is exposed to emotional reactions and outbursts where another being may temporarily lose contro... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 28 – Myself as the Child Part 3: The Importance of Stability during Child Development ~ Joe's Journey to Life

Day 28 – Myself as the Child Part 3: The Importance of Stability during Child Development Continuing with this series of walking my childhood and establishing myself as the "parents i wish i had" - where I walk my timeline of childhood and address/correct points where ... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Joe's Journey to Life: Day 27 – Myself as the Child Part 2 : Surprise, You're a Parent Now!

Day 27 – Myself as the Child Part 2 : Surprise, You're a Parent Now! Here I continue with the point opened up a few posts ago in relation to childhood and the point that have influenced and determined to a great extent the kind of being that I would eventually 'g... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 26 - Myself as the Child 1: Being the Parents I wish I had

Last night I opened up a point in relation to my childhood and how I have allowed myself to be influenced in my development by a specific point that was present within my childhood which was the point of physical hitting and pain as a means of 'discipline' when I was a child a... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 25 - Childhood Fear of Punishment

I had read a blog from a fellow destonian earlier in reference to the point of physical hitting of children as a form of discipline and within me there was a definite reaction when I looked at the point of how I have allowed myself to design and integrate systems within me as ... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 21 - Embracing the "Monster Within"

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not take into consideration the amount of suppression that I have kept within me throughout the years of my life and to not be self-honest with myself regarding the extent to which I have suppressed myself. I forg... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 20 - Whose Time-Line am I Walking?!?!

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that I will be able to walk this process without establishing a point of self-stability and self-trust which can only be accumulated and developed through consistently applying and living my self-forgiveness a... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 19 - I am the One I am Waiting For

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to continue allowing backchat and self-diminishment within not standing up absolutely within my commitments and within this to go into a reaction and self-judgment cycle instead of realizing that what I am doing, what I ... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 18 - Ask not what Existence can do for ME ...

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to constantly and continuously compromise myself and my ability to do whatever is necessary to be done within what is best for all due to not allowing myself to let go of my personal desires and fears. I forgive my... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 17 - Best for All is not a 'preference' - Part One

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to resist the point of being disciplined and consistent in my application wherein I attempt to do things based on 'my way' and only doing things that 'I want' or when it is convenient for me. I forgive myself that I... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 16 – Do what I can, from where I am, with what I've got, one at a time

Earlier as I sat here before my monitor I experienced the familiar point of 'resistance' as I began to write. I decided to 'fight' against this point of resistance and 'make a stand' – but what ended up happening was the point of resistance simply compounded and I soon found m... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 15 : No Such Thing As Fucking Up Just "MY" Life - Part ONE

I forgive myself that I have not accepted or allowed myself to be self-honest with myself and face the fact that I have become angry and spiteful towards all of life because I have become angry and spiteful toward myself and have not taken any real responsibility to sort mysel... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 14: Relationships Part TWO - “I feel like SHIT for what I did in my last relationSHIT”

Here I am continuing with what I opened up in the previous post regarding the surface points that I am able to see within my life that have lead me to going into relationships that were not in fact based on what is best for all and where I allowed compromise and self-interest ... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 12 : Not So Fast, "Speedwriter"

As I sat here with this laptop tonight to begin my daily writing, I experienced within myself a resistance to writing which came in the disguise of 'not knowing what to write' and 'not knowing where to begin' – and within me allowing this statement within me – allowing myself... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 11 – How come THEY don't have to work like I do?

I have noticed a point within me that has been building for quite a few weeks but I have not opened up and given direction to. This is a point where I become frustrated and angry at having to work the amount of hours that I work each week which for me is a point I have not adj... —tinyurl.com

Day 10 – Aligning "my" priorities and values

Where are YOUR priorities? I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see and realize and take into practical consideration the extent to which I have allowed myself to become controlled and enslaved to the idea and belief of time as it relates to money... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 9 : "Putting My Foot Down" Part 2 -

“Putting My Foot Down” without Being Clear in my Decision and Stepping Into Obstacles that I Self-Honestly was not Prepared for. I forgive myself that I have, throughout my life, made decisions and commitments that were based on my ego and self interest in the preservation a... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day Seven : On the Seventh Day God Rested - But my BACKCHAT DIDN'T and Created Hell!

Today I woke up within and as a point of resistance and due to me allowing myself to be directed by my mind the first moment I awoke, the rest of my day progressed within me not being HERE and not effectively directing myself or my day. I see that the reason I did not get... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day Six: Like it or Not I am an Example to all Life Part Two - My Example as Words

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that I am the thoughts, feelings, and emotions within my mind which accumulate into 'experiences' and 'memories' into which I am apparently able to exist without consequences and within this to not take into c... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day Five: Like it or Not I am an Example to all Life – Part One

In looking at the point of what it means to walk this dedication and commitment to daily write and share and expose the points and patterns that I am facing as I walk my process of uncovering the layers of 'me' and supporting myself to get back to a point of 'nothingness' wher... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day Four: Who I am as “I Fucked Up”

It is so very easy to become clouded and absolutely taken over by our backchat when we are not here, supporting ourselves, and disciplining ourselves to write and expose the 'gunk' that is able to build up within our minds that become actual layers that are laid on top of the ... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day Three: "Comfortably Numb"

During my ride home from work tonight I was becoming frustrated and angry within myself and became lethargic on the way back, allowing myself to sink into my seat and gaze out of the window as the world passed by – in that very physical expression of me I was living out my int... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day One - Exposing the Pattern of "Settling" and "Compromising"

Here I begin a new commitment within my process of changing the actual nature of 'me' as I take responsibility for myself and the patterns that I participate in within the realization that I am responsible for all that I think, say, and do and that my existence can and does ha... —joesjourneytolife.blogspot.com

“Becoming Timeless – Further Self Support on Time-Management”

Joe Kou4/14/12 Recently I was listening to an interview with Anu wherein he suggests that we align ourselves with 'doings' instead of aligning ourselves with concepts and ideas of 'time' wherein one is able to go into the mind and use excuses such as 'I don't have enough time... —stoppingjoekou.blogspot.com

2012 Equality Rant - Confessions of a 'customer service' specialist - The Customer is always WRONG

http://equalmoney.org - For up to date info on the Equal Money System research http://www.desteniiprocess.com - Ready to change your life forever and become a living example of what life could be? What is 'customer service?' Are we really getting what we're paying for, or... —youtube.com

Anger as the "Anchor" to the Past

Joe Kou3/30/2012 Here I am continuing with the point of anger which I opened up in a previous writing. When I look at the point of anger a bit deeper I see another 'dimension' to it beyond the realization that anger is not actually 'power' and that within my experience anger... —stoppingjoekou.blogspot.com

Realizing that "Anger" is not "Power"

Joe Kou 3/28/2012 Lately I have been experiencing 'anger' within me as energetic possessions where I become literally 'possessed' and am not in fact here, but rather 'lost' within the experience of anger, which is not acceptable because anger itself as an experience is NOT REA... —stoppingjoekou.blogspot.com

How I Stifled My Life with Anticipation and "What If"

Joe Kou3/20/2012 At work I noticed a point that has become more prominent lately, wherein I experience fear and constriction and a kind of panic begins to rattle within me whenever one of my difficult cases goes well or I have a 'good week' and my cases get resolved one after ... —stoppingjoekou.blogspot.com

FEAR WEEK - I Fear Being Watched While Working

Here I speak about the fear of being watched by others while working or performing a task, where I go into a 'lockdown' and freeze up. __________________________________________________________- For a further perspective on how we fear our own fears and how we actually ... —youtube.com