The role of consciousness in network marketing

August 11th, 2009 by admin Leave a reply »

It is recommended you read a post here, titled ‘A time for human consciousness ‘ before you read this.

Moving on from my thought-provoking read of last week, I came upon James Redfield’s ‘Experiential Guide’ to The Celestine Prophecy. And in here it was wonderful to return to the ‘Old and New Paradigms’ of human consciousness.

I am not sure where the origin of the Paradigm Theory lies (please contribute references to comments box below) but I suspect it is in ‘A Course in Miracles’… since the thread is common to Colin Tipping (Radical Manifestation) and Bijan (Effortless Prosperity), both students of the ‘Course’.

I’ve taken the paradigms from the Experiential Guide and added the third column from my experience with network marketing. It was these realizations which in fact banged me well and proper into the network marketing industry!

By way of a prelude put simply, the essential difference between the old and new paradigms is:

Old: We are human beings who have spiritual experiences

New: We are spiritual beings who have human experiences

Now, with this slight shift in perspective, everything of how we view the world, religion, politics, business and parenting among other things, changes. Dramatically.

And creating successful network marketers is probably the most effective way of empowering individuals in the way of the new paradigm. Here’s why:


In case this is too small to read online, do right-click on the image and ‘save as’ on your computer. It prints out exactly on an A4 sheet.

Anyway, you’ll now easily see why I believe network marketing will be an industry that defines the 21st century and beyond. Love to have your comments!



  1. You can feel it in meeting places all around the world. At in home meetings, in business briefing presentations, and most of all… on the Internet. There is a new consciousness in network marketing, and things will never be the same again. The first thing you need to know about this “new consciousness” is that its a GOOD thing.

  2. Peter Arnold says:

    Hey Sandeep:

    I must say, I LOVE the Chart above (the NEW Paradigm)

    This gives a far deeper meaning – not only to to all the areas relating to the Network Marketing industry – but to life in general.

    Many thanks for providing this.

    Here’s to much success and happiness ahead for you.

    Sincerely / Peter A.

  3. Monica Odenwald says:

    Hi Sandeep, have you read Deepak Chopra’s book, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success? I have it in my hand right now and am going to pick it up again thanks to your inspiring post!!!

    I love how this all becomes a sort of switch in paradigm; a Rags To Riches story.

    The Buddha gave his royal wealth up to become a spiritual teacher. If we are spiritual beings having a physical experience than ultimately our wealth consciouness paradigm has to shift.

    I appreciate this higher intelligence working in this industry…to what purpose?

    Your new pal,


  4. admin says:

    Thanks for your comments guys!

    Monica, you are absolutely right in the fact that the wealth consciousness paradigm has to shift… into “Abundance” (see page on ‘Wealth’ here).

    Robert Kiyosaki advocates the B-quadrant to achieve this and his sister does Spirituality (Book:Rich Brother, Rich Sister).

    This is exactly why the “dream” (purpose) is of utmost significance in the new paradigm.

    What ‘you have a burning desire to do’ is what will propel you to do it and more… from a space of abundance thinking.

    PS: Yes, I have read Deepak Chopra 🙂

  5. Melissa A Coulter says:

    Hi Sandeep, You have left me in awwwe! The first word’s that come to mind is Fantastic. Thank you for sharing this… we can all learn a lot from your publications! I will keep coming back.

    Be Blessed Today and Always,
    Melissa (Mel) A Coulter

  6. Hakon Ringstad says:


    Awesome post! Very interesting indeed. I truly believe that human beings are in the process of an upgrade in their mindset, or a paradigm shift.

    Keep up with the high quality content.

    To Your Success,


  7. Mary Speller says:

    Hi Sandeep, I love reading your writing. It spurs me on to read more, write more, do more etc, etc. 24 hours in a day is just too short. From what I have learnt over the last few years, and the fact that scientists have been telling us we only use about 10% (??) of our brains would suggest that we have so much more potential. Do you think we have discovered how to use a few more percent?

  8. Wonderful post! The chart is quite accurate and should be required reading for all. When we espouse the positive attributes of the chart, is when we are spiritually in tune. Great barometer of our spiritual health.

  9. admin says:

    Thank you all! Please spread the word… is the short link for this post

  10. Lavinia says:

    Hi Sandeep,
    I love the premise of your article, specifically the Paradigm chart, which I have saved to my computer. I also like the idea that we are not spirtually beings living a human experience…interesting!

  11. I would like to address the meat of your previous post where you mention human emotion, vibration and thought. First, let me preface my comment by saying that you speak the essence of truth and it is so good to hear. However, it appears your subject matter covers mostly the conscious state of mind and how it impacts the vibration. While this is so very true, there is a subconscious component that drives our vibration, that consciousness can not affect. At this level, your article speaks a truth that can only be felt. The conscious mind has no awareness and can not impact the subconscious at this level. To access this part of the subconscious requires more than yanking one’s thoughts from that state of consciousness or vibration. It can be a gruelling journey that lasts for years. It was for me. But it’s a journey that is so well worth it. Because once one takes that journey, they will know the essence of the truth you speak at a whole new level.

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