Beyond the Utopian Ideal


Beyond the Utopian Ideal

By Gary M. Douglas

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Most people operate from a fixed idea or concept of how things are supposed to be, rather functioning in the moment, where they can change anything as needed to accomplish and create more. This creates a tremendous limitation.

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Most people operate from a fixed idea or concept of how things are supposed to be, rather functioning in the moment, where they can change anything as needed to accomplish and create more. This creates a tremendous limitation.

We use conceptual constructs to create a purpose and a sense of rightness. Relationship, sex, sexuality, family, and the future are examples of conceptual constructs. Society is a construct. Culture, religion, and reputation are constructs. These things are not actually real; they are conceptual realities that have been dropped into our existence.

We buy into them, and then at some point, we give up our awareness in order to buy the rightness of this reality. We accept the notion that being normal, average, and real—just like everybody else—is the best and only way to be.

The problem with conceptual constructs is that they put you into conflict with yourself at every turn.

This book is about becoming aware of the ideal concepts and constructs that create limitations and barriers to what is possible for you. The constructs have to come off so you can create a world that works for you. 

Gary Douglas, multi-millionaire and founder of Access Consciousness® practiced in over 150 countries, is also a huge advocate of this way of doing business. "There is nothing wrong with wanting more for yourself. Capitalism is not evil. What is wrong is when you don't look beyond that to find a way to make your business grow and become something greater than profit and loss. Functioning from benevolent capitalism is where you are working to create more in the world for everybody, not just you, and it's a very powerful concept when executed well."