No Competition

No Competition is the seventh key to total freedom found in the book, “The 10 Keys to Total Freedom” ( by Gary Douglass and Dr. Dain Heer.

The elements of competition are right and wrong, win and lose. If you’re doing, “I need to be right” or “I need to not be wrong,” you’re doing competition.

To a lot of people, not losing is more important than winning.

When you feel you have to make something right, you are doing competition. If you feel you have to make something wrong, you are doing competition. When you say, “I believe she’s competing with me,” you’re doing competition.
No Competition is something completely different. It is operating or being in the question. Ask, “What’s going on here? How do I handle this? What else can I choose?”

When you choose to make the other person wrong, you are doing competition. Whenever you try to get someone to side with you against someone else, regardless of the reason, if you work with them or doing relationship with them – you’re doing competition.

When you do this, you end up blocking your creative capacity. You’re keeping yourself from what you could be receiving in the world. And, you end up not creating what you would like to have, but create garbage in your own universe.

What’s your point of view when you get another person to align and agree with you about the wrongness of somebody else and the rightness of you? Is it that you have value, or that you don’t have value? Your point of view creates your reality. What are you creating with this point of view?

When you make the choice to go into, “I feel this way”, you are in the beginning of competition. When you start down that road, you’re going to try to make the way you feel, right. You go out of question and into conclusion. When you go into conclusion, you now have to justify your decision to conclude. When you begin to notice you are going down that road, you can go to a question like, “What else is possible here that I have not considered?” Time to nip it in the bud!

You can also ask, “What is this that’s coming up for me?” This is where you can use a clearing statement to change the energy of the situation. What if what you are feeling is the result of buying someone else’s point of view or you’re doing competition?

When you have the judgment that someone is doing competition with you, you could acknowledge that the other person is feeling the need to be right or not be wrong, or the need to win and to not lose.

You could ask, “What am I creating or generating that’s contributing to their feeling any of that?”

What if you could open up the energy and space for the other person to be able to contribute more? What would that be like for you and the other person?

What would it take for you to realize that you are a creator of magnitude and that you can choose something greater?

Dave Miller

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About the writer: Dave Miller

David Miller 248-770-9154. David is presently a Certified Access Consciousness Bars™ Facilitator and Certified Body Process facilitator. Teaches Bars Classes and does individual healing sessions, a student of personal growth since the early 1970’s, offering Pragmatic tools to change things in your life that you haven’t been able to change until now with Access Consciousness®

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