How To Enslave Your Reality


In today’s video I share with you how you can enslave your reality. I realize that sounds quite controversial but hear me out.

Our whole lives are a product of the assumptions we make.

The assumptions we make are a product of the experiences we have + how we internalize them.

Eg – say you’ve had a traumatic event happen to you as a child. Maybe you were bullied. Your whole life you’ve rationalized why you can’t do certain things such as socialize, network or succeed in interviews and you’ve blamed it all on that one event that happened in the past.

Now the subsequent events that follow are following the same internalization.

You unconsciously internalized the event of being bullied and are now being haunted by it.

The meaning that you put onto that one event is now dictating your whole life.

Isn’t that tragic?

It doesn’t have to be.

See we do this at a micro scale every day.

So in today’s video what I share with you is how to consciously internalize the events that occur in your life, so that they end up serving you.

Here’s what I discuss:

  • How reality works
  • Events & meaning + how to shape them
  • Unconscious success & how to attain permanent results
  • The 1 thing that’s missing for most
  • The 3 step process for consciously internalizing events

Hope this was helpful! Leave me a comment below with your thoughts?

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Quazi (00:00):

Quazi here. And in today’s video, I want to share with you how you can make reality your slave. And I know that sounds kind of controversial,

Speaker 2 (00:07):

But what I really want to share

Quazi (00:08):

With you here is how you can take the reins to controlling your life and every single step of the way, build something up upon it. Instead of unconsciously letting outside factors and influences, dictate how your life becomes by the end of this video, you’re going to learn a three-step internalization method that I’ve personally used. Our clients use to help them consciously craft their lives every single step of the way. So please make sure you stick around to the very end of this video, because I do think this will be very valuable. Okay. Before I begin this video to quickly announced that I made a brand new bootcamp for you, the identity shifting bootcamp, if you just scroll down to the comments section, you’ll find a pin comment that contains all of the resources and also access to our exclusive email lists, where I can share stuff that I can’t really share on the channel.

Quazi (01:00):

If you’d like access to that, just go down there and put your email in and you’ll be in our list. So without further delay, let’s go right ahead and get started today. I want to talk to you about enslaving reality and reality was meant to be enslaved. Not people reality was meant to be enslaved because reality is inanimate. It can be influenced by that, which is animate. Human beings are animate, and that would just animate can influence that, which is inanimate, which is reality. So you can shape your reality, the layer of your own world, the way you want to, as long as it doesn’t impede upon someone else’s layer of reality. Okay. So what I really want to talk about is why your life is unconsciously, the way it is right now, what events are and how the meaning that you place on to events has influenced it to become this way.

Quazi (01:48):

So many years ago, when I was younger, I was bullied in school when I went to the UK, because I moved from Africa to the UK and I had this weird accent that was sort of like a mix between French and English, because in Cote d’Ivoire and ivory coast, where I lived, it was predominantly a French colony and everyone spoke French. So when I came to the UK at that age, it was like the ripe age of bullying. You know, if you stood out in any, any way whatsoever, they’ll pick on you, you know, they’ll pick on that little thing. So they picked on me a lot and you know, that kind of made me closed off during those periods. But as I grew up, you know, I actually looked at that as a place of strength. I unconsciously started to relate to it as, oh my God, I got bullied.

Quazi (02:37):

So that’s why I’m so adaptable. That’s why I’m so good with people. That’s why I can go out there and put myself in uncomfortable situations. I’ve looked at that event. That’s happened in the past with me in my childhood as something that’s positive, right? That’s something that will serve me years and years to come. Unfortunately, most aren’t fortunate enough to be able to view the events that have happened in their past as something positive. Right? They look at it as traumatic other people who might’ve been bullied in the past. They might’ve, you know, they might look at it as, oh, you know, I’m like this because I got bullied. I’m introverted because I got bullied. I can’t ask for a raise. I’m a people pleaser, unlike this because I got bullied. So what we do as human beings is we look at excuses and reasons to keep ourselves in our shells. I can’t do this because I am this way. Okay. So what important conclusion this leads me to is that the events in your life will unfold according to the meaning placed upon you. Okay. Please remember this

Speaker 2 (03:42):

Events will unfold

Quazi (03:44):

According to the meaning you place upon it.

Speaker 2 (03:48):

What does that mean? Exactly? Well, at

Quazi (03:51):

Event of me being bullied, when I placed a good meaning on top of it, and I said, you know, somehow this is going to serve me. Maybe I’m just not sure how this will serve me yet. I started to do that unconsciously. I got lucky to be able to do that. Right. And because I did that and I looked at little things that were happening and I confirmed that. I was like, oh, look, this is why, you know, I don’t give a. What other people think? And I’m not too phased by social pressure. You know, this is why I can do this. This is why I can go socialize and network easily. This is why I’m extroverted. And the more I kept consolidating that to myself, the more it became deeply ingrained in my subconscious that the event of being bullied had a positive meaning onto it. And so every single thing that happens like me making these YouTube videos, I started to make them comfortably and easily without it being too much of a friction because I placed a good meaning on top of it. Right? So unfortunately, this isn’t true for everyone because we unconsciously internalize. We unconsciously put a meaning onto it. How and why do we put these meetings onto it? Unconsciously? His, his, the deciding factor

Speaker 2 (05:04):

Hour fears

Quazi (05:06):

And our desires are so intense in feeling and emotion. And there’s so rich. There’s so intense that whenever we feel fear and whenever we feel desire, we fall asleep enough is we fall asleep and our desires, when we fall asleep, we start to buy into these programs. You know, we start to buy into this conditioning. Do you know what I mean? So to give you an example of that, when you have an emotionally intense event, a traumatic event of being bullied as a, as a child, it’s going to make you create a cocoon for you like a safety net for you, so that you never go out there and have to experience something like this ever again. So when you start to look at this and you become resistant to you getting bullied, or you become resistant to anything bad happening in your life, it slowly starts to build a little trauma in your life.

Quazi (05:56):

And then that, that meaning that you put onto it unconsciously starts to build up. So when we fall asleep in our fear, something bad happens to your business. Something bad happens to your family. Anything that will resemble that will start to haunt you in the future. So for example, let’s say one morning you woke up and you checked your email and something bad came up and it made an intense feeling of fear. It didn’t go along with your expectation of how your business was supposed to run that day. And because it didn’t, it brought up an immense feeling of fear. And now the next time, you’re about to check your email in the morning, guess what’s going to happen. You’re going to feel that same feeling of fear, even though that same event wouldn’t have happened. And we start to expect it to happen over and over and over again, one bad thing could happen.

Quazi (06:42):

One thing just wouldn’t go according to plan. And we start to focus on just that one thing, as opposed to the thousand things that are going on according to plan, right? So this is the absurdity of it. So we fall asleep in our fears and in our desires because they’re so intense. They’re so emotionally rich, they almost make us fall asleep in them and we start to follow them. So what you’ve got to understand is that our lives are a product of our assumptions. Okay? Why do I say this? And what do I mean by assumptions? So please reflect on this for one moment.

Quazi (07:20):

We make certain assumptions about ourselves and about our world, internal assumptions, external assumptions, a self view. And they worldview. We make these assumptions because they allow us to function in this world. When you make a certain assumption about how gravity works, I’m making an assumption that if I drop this pen, it will hit the ground. We make these assumptions because they’re accurate with the model of reality that we’re experiencing right now. Right? But most of these assumptions, I would say over, I don’t know, actually, it’s difficult to put a number on it over 60% of these assumptions. Aren’t entirely true right now. And what I mean by that is the assumptions that you have about yourself are mostly not true, right? So when you believe that you’re only capable of doing something, you’re believing that this is static and it can never change. So this is why a lot of people have self-worth issues, right?

Quazi (08:19):

So they start to believe that because I was raised this way as a child, I’ll never be capable of achieving much more because I was bullied. I’ve been this certain introverted kind of way. I’m not capable of, you know, achieving that career. So the big problem that happens is your desires are in one way, but your assumptions and how you view yourself, your beliefs are pointing in another way and then not congruent. And this incongruency creates this internal conflict. You want to do something, but you believe that you can’t make money with it. You’re an artist who is really about your art, but you have this assumption. And again, this isn’t entirely accurate, right? That you can’t make money from your fraud. So that’s the insanity of it. We start to make these assumptions, not because we’ve come to the conclusions ourselves through actual research analysis,

Speaker 2 (09:15):

You know, but

Quazi (09:17):

Rather just external influences in what we’ve seen and what we’ve heard through hearsay through analogy, not through first principles, not through breaking it down to its fundamental,

Speaker 2 (09:26):

Right? And that’s the biggest problem. Our lives are a product

Quazi (09:30):

Of our assumptions. Now assumptions are necessary, but most of the time they’re incorrect. The assumptions that we do make, and your success will always be short-lived and never permanent. If you start to let external factors influence it and you become successful by chance, if you become successful unconsciously, you’ll always suffer your success.

Speaker 2 (09:56):


Quazi (09:59):

So the key to long lasting success is conscious

Speaker 2 (10:04):

Internalization. All right, my pen’s not working conscious internalization.

Quazi (10:17):

Now the question becomes, what is this conscious internalization up until this point we’ve explored how we unconsciously absorb, buy into truly believe and hold to be true. All of these external programming, all of these external conditioning. Now the question becomes, how can we consciously program ourselves, let alone, how can we undo the POS programming that we’ve unconsciously picked up? Okay. And that’s what we’re going to be exploring here. That’s the only thing that’s missing. So in our program, in the reality mastery program, we call this the coordination method, learning how to coordinate through this. Once you’ve had all of your foundations set, you’re clear about where it is. You want to go. You’re clear about who it is you’ve got to become. And you know how to create that every single day, the last step that’s left is coordination. I’ve actually made a video on the fundamentals. If you click up here, click the line up here. I’ll also put in the pin comments below. It will be a video on the fundamentals and the three big pillars that reality creation is based upon, but the last step is coordination. And this is what I’m going to share with you here. The process of conscious internalization is as follows.

Speaker 2 (11:32):

There’s an event that occurs

Quazi (11:36):

And there’s an unconscious meaning or your current assumption towards the event. But the last step we add to it is the possible advantages we allow our minds. We give ourselves a chance to see. So this inaction would look like this. So let’s begin with an event that occurs, right? Let’s say one of your business accounts get shut down. Whether this be your advertising account, whether this be your Facebook group or, you know, whatever it may be, or you email something important in your business gets shut down, or you get an important email, maybe you’re getting sued or something, right? So something terrible, terrible happens that does not go according to plan whatsoever. Okay. A business account shut down. Okay. Or maybe, you know, you have a very big YouTube channel and it’s in jeopardy and your YouTube channel gets shut down. And then immediately your fears arise because this doesn’t go according to plan, it goes opposite to your desires.

Quazi (12:39):

So you have desires on, I want to grow a business. You know, I want to make these ads profitable. I want to make my YouTube videos profitable. And then you have the other side of the desire, which is the fear. I don’t want, you know, an unsuccessful business. I don’t want to stay stuck here. I don’t want this to keep on continuing. And what happens is the event is in line with your fears. So it invokes the assumptions about your views. And then your current assumptions become, oh, well, if my business account is shut down, that means I won’t be getting clients. No clients. Oh, no. That means no money. That means my progress has been slowed down. Yeah.

Quazi (13:26):

Oh, maybe I’m in legal trouble. I could even go to jail. I don’t know whatever crazy you want to make up. But all fear fundamentally is the fear of death, right? You’ve started to build an ego around this business or whatever it is that you’re holding onto and it’s become a part of your identity. And when it doesn’t go, according to your identity, it starts to test your ego and your identity. Then you start to believe you’re dying. And so these fields get stronger. You start to project these fears. You’re like, oh, you know, I got this one event. Then it could happen again. And it could keep happening. And you start to unconsciously internalize this as a negative event. This is bad and you become averse to it. So please look at this, just acutely observed this. The next time it happens, there’s the event.

Quazi (14:18):

And there’s the attitude that you have. But even underlying the attitude is the feeling and the feeling is contraction. The feeling is closed off notice, right? Instead of openly letting that experience in again, if you did that, this, the, the intensity of this event would never build into your subconscious and haunt you in the future. So for example, if I didn’t resist how I felt about being bullied and I was just open to letting it, then I would have still evolved in this same way, right? So there’s two ways to do it. You can either put a positive onto it, or you can simply let go of it and surrender it and let it in with open arms. So the current assumptions become, well, I might not get clients. I might not make money. Then I might not grow in the future. All of these fears come up, oh, no, I’ve worked so hard for this. All of this for nothing. Or these fears come up any projected. These are what come up in the moment because of your attachment to your business and the identity that you’ve formed around

Speaker 2 (15:18):

It. Now, finally,

Quazi (15:21):

This is a step that we add to it, where we consciously internalize it. And in consciously internalizing it, we simply ask what are the possible benefits that could come out of this area? What possible advantages can this event produce? Uh, now we’re on to something. So what are the possible advantages that this event can bring about? Let’s look at it. Well, there’s business account getting shut down. Let’s say my ad account gets shut down. Ah, now I’ll be looking for a better source. Uh, possible advantages. Better source will show itself shows itself a better source shows itself. So a second possible advantage could be that. Now I can become successful sustainably, right? Maybe something better will show itself and it won’t have hiccups like this one getting shut down. The other source that I find could be a sustainable solution, find a sustainable solution. Maybe this had to happen in order for me to get that sustainable solution, right?

Quazi (16:33):

Please look at this. These advantages, these assumptions that you make about the advantages are equally as valid as the assumptions that you make about the disadvantages. You make the assumptions about the disadvantages, and they seem more real because they have more emotional charge because deep down we’re programmed to avoid and prevent dying than we are to thriving. Right? Our survival conditioning is survival conditioning. We’re meant to survive. We’re conditioned biologically to survive than to thrive than to expand and grow, right? Even this desire to thrive comes from a place of surviving. So you’ve got to understand how you’re programmed in order to be able to manipulate it and use it to your advantage.

Speaker 2 (17:26):

So, one a better

Quazi (17:27):

Source shows itself. Number two, you could possibly find a sustainable solution. Number three, if you don’t, if you can’t find any possible benefit tool, simply say, I don’t know, you know, the right solution, something good might come out of it. And it will show itself in time. But solution will show itself will show itself like the better source will show itself a better way to market or a better way to run your business or show itself. Ultimately, all of these events happen because you set a goal, right? You set a goal to get to a certain destination and these setbacks arise, and you start to perceive these setbacks as something bad, just because it didn’t go in line with the vision of perfect that you had. But what is the mind? Now? The mind is so limited, right? The universe is so fast and it’s intelligence. So the universe always knows better. So how do you know this event is actually something bad and not a blessing in disguise. And that’s what this helps. You do always look at the post possible advantages, because if you can consciously put a good meaning onto it, then subsequent events that follow,

Speaker 2 (18:47):

Or also be positive, just

Quazi (18:49):

Like with me getting bullied, right? I viewed it as something positive and subsequent events that followed became more and more positive. So this is a very, very crucial. When you start to make assumptions about yourself, or you make assumptions about your world. If you start to view your world as a cruel mistress, and that everything happens to spite you, then that’s exactly what’s going to happen. Your mind, your reticular activating system will start to filter out good things and only look at the bed. You’ll make a YouTube video and you’ll scroll down and you’ll only be able to see the bad comments as opposed to the good ones, right. Then that’s what used to happen to me until I started to look at, well, my fundamental assumption. Now I’m choosing to change that to the world, takes care of me. I make good videos. And then I only look at the good comments.

Quazi (19:36):

And I use even the bad comments as a potential criticism for me to improve and make better stuff. Right? So even those I view in a positive light. So it doesn’t matter what you say to yourself. It matters what the underlying feeling is. Is it contraction or is it expansion? When you look at something that you don’t like, do you use it to make you expand or do you let it contract you? And with that, I conclude this video. Thank you so much for watching. I sincerely hope this was helpful. Let’s do a quick recap of what we talked about today. Today, we talked about enslaving reality and how to make reality, your slave, how to control it, how to manipulate it because you shouldn’t manipulate your reality, not other people. And we understood today that events will always unfold according to the meaning that you place on it.

Quazi (20:30):

For example, when I placed a good meaning of me getting bullied as a child, then good things came out of it. I started to view myself as, oh, I can do this because I got bullied, right? I can go out of network. I can go out and crush it in interviews. I can make YouTube videos because I got bullied. It made more resilient and understand that our lives are a product of our assumptions. And most of these assumptions we’ve picked up unconsciously. We never even chose them. And then we understood that your success will always be short-lived if you unconsciously become successful, if you become successful by chance, kind of like winning the lottery, you know, a lot of people who win the lottery just as quickly as they win that money, they lose it. Why? Because they’ve unconsciously become successful. They don’t know they don’t, they can’t replicate it. Right. And the key is to consciously internalize all of these things, choose the events and the meanings in our lives that happen so that we can consciously become successful and be successful system.

Speaker 2 (21:33):

And what’s missing

Quazi (21:34):

The process of conscious internalization right now, an event occurs and you immediately have a reaction to this event and not our responses. What we’re doing is the event. The stimulus occurs, our reactions arise, and we simply focus on our response.

Speaker 2 (21:52):

All right. So

Quazi (21:53):

We, you looked at the example of, let’s say one of your business accounts get shut down your main source of revenue, your current assumptions that, oh, no, the money’s cut off. The flow is cut off. I’m not making any money. I’m not progressing. You know, I’m not going to be able to get to my goal. Instead of focusing on all of that, you ask yourself a simple question. What could the possible benefit be from this? You know, what are the possible advantages of this event happening? And number one, maybe a better source of revenue is supposed to show itself, right? Number two, maybe you are supposed to get a more sustainable solution. And number three, maybe an older we’re all better solution or something better is coming. You just can’t see it yet. Just accept it and move forward in the idea that something better is going to come along.

Quazi (22:40):

Let’s just be patient. So guys, with that to conclude this video, thank you so much for watching. I sincerely hope this was helpful. Leave me a comment, letting me know what you thought of this. If you’re new to the channel, make sure you like comment, subscribe, hit that little bell there. So you’re notified of any new video that I put out. Also, if you are wanting to work closer with us in the reality marshy program, you can go down to the link in the description below to apply now and who we typically work with are people who are business owners and entrepreneurs, and they want to take their business to the next level. They have all of the tactics and strategies, and they’ve tried all of the programs, courses, and everything. But what they’re seeing is right now, they don’t have a tactical or strategic problem this whole time. They were the ones trying the tactic and strategy and not focusing on themselves. They seeing that they have this unconscious barrier, something that is holding them back, something that’s leaking out into their business and it’s keeping them stuck. That sounds like you take this opportunity, apply now, and let’s see if we can help you take it to the next level. Also a free Facebook group is open for you to take advantage of the link for that is also in the description. Guys. Thank you so much for watching until next time.


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