I’d better launch this thing soon. I really have to pour my heart and soul into this. I have to work on it minimum 3 hours a day, 7 days a week. No excuses. It is going to be tremendously hard work, but it will be worth it. I can literally design a site I’m passionate about, and make decent money from it. Just look what Leo at Zen Habits has done with a simple philosophy. The only limit I’m going to have is eye strain. But putting in 3 hours, spaced out throughout the day and night, shouldn’t be a problem for me. I should start getting up no later than 9 AM, so that I can get at least 2 hours in before noon. I’m thinking the name of the site should be called Subjective Reality Central, unless that name is already taken. I want to cover everything that relates to subjective reality, and this is a niche that I don’t think will be too saturated. I’ll be examining a lens from which you can view reality, where you will have no fear, and nothing to hold you back except your imagination of what is possible. I wish I could use David Icke’s tagline: “Exposing the dream world we believe to be real.” Maybe something like, “Life is a dream, you are the dreamer, and it’s time to wake up.” Or I could use Bill Hicks’ tagline, at the top of every page.
This is pretty much a bottomless wellspring of posts. I could write about this stuff all day, so I think I’ve got a way to totally create a website I feel great about, and use ads and affiliate links to generate income. I am going to create an online business that I can feel good about. One where I do my best work. I’ve done enough research on it to be qualified as almost an expert. I just need to focus more on living what I talk about. If life is a dream, you should have no fear whatsoever, except the biological fight or flight response. There is nothing to fear but fear itself. And if this truly is a dream world, you don’t even have to fear that. I just have to get myself to totally believe it, 100%. And I also have to believe I will succeed 100%. Sure, it may be hard work, but I need to dedicate myself fully to this endeavor.
I just need to work extra hard at it. There’s no substitute for hard work. I have to challenge myself with this site, make it top-notch, with quality content. I’ll definitely have to change my diet for this. I need to stick to a routine as well. I know that if I don’t, I know it may hurt me in the long run. I’ll need to expand my consciousness as far as it will go. I need to read Steve Pavlina’s experience of his 30 day trial of subjectivity. I’ll obviously need to do one of my own as well, while creating this site. I’ve got plenty of article ideas, up there, and I’ll have plenty more before the site is finished, if it ever is. I intend to add to it continuously for a matter of years, to create the most comprehensive SR site out there. I have to be willing to do the hard work that it will take to get this site off the ground, and then I can add to it preferably at least 3 times a week. If not more. I’ve really got to embrace this lens, and take it as far as I can before I can fully comprehend the implications of going down this road. I’m going to cite sources where necessary, although most of them will come from maybe 5 or less places. Maybe more, as time goes on.
Buddha believed this was how reality was, but Buddhism is full of unnecessary rules. They’ve got precepts, you have to be a vegetarian, and a lot of other limiting beliefs. But isn’t that the same with all belief systems? The only one that can feasibly encompass all of them is subjective reality and the realm of quantum physics. I can even sit in my chair in the living room to write these articles, as that will most likely be the best place, seeing how typing here is bad for my neck. At least there I have a neck rest. Subjectivity encompasses objectivity, as it fits inside the whole dream philosophy. When you are dreaming, are you aware of anything outside the dream? No. But you believe the dream is real. And even if you die in the dream, you wake up alive in your bed. We literally all are the dreamer, not the dream itself. The dreamer is consciousness, and the more conscious we get, the more validation we get of this dream world being, in fact, a dream. Hell, even Jesus talked about this. So did Buddha, as I mentioned before. I have a real good feeling about this. I just have to build it, market it, which SBI will help with that, and people will come. I’ll sell books about it through affiliate links, and Adsense is a no-brainer right here. I could become affiliates with Amazon, other online book retailers, and people who produce audio and video of this type of material. This should be a fun and exciting ride! I’m certainly looking forward to it.