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I have created an AoLP ChatGPT that will tell you how to use ANY framework you come across in the Life Planning process. Simply copy the image into the prompt and ask, "How do I Use this?"

[You need Chat GPT 4].

It is called the "Visual Planner Guide".

You can also find a link in the Planning My Life Google Sheet/ AI Life Planner.


Visual Planner Guide

This image details the "7 Hermetic Principles," which are concepts taken from the Hermetic tradition, often associated with the text "The Kybalion." These principles are philosophical and can be viewed as a guide for mental, spiritual, or metaphysical thought. Here's a brief explanation of how one might use these principles:

  1. Mentalism: The idea that all is mind. One could use this principle by focusing on the power of thoughts and how they influence reality.

  2. Vibration: This suggests that everything is in motion. One might use this by understanding that change is constant and to be mindful of the vibrational state of oneself and surroundings.

  3. Correspondence: Often summarised as "As above, so below," this could be used to recognise the interconnectedness of the macrocosm and microcosm.

  4. Polarity: Recognising that everything has an opposite. This can be used to find balance and understand that extremes are fundamentally the same in nature.

  5. Rhythm: Everything flows in and out, everything has its tides. One could use this to anticipate life's ebbs and flows and remain centred during change.

  6. Cause and Effect: Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause. By understanding this, one might focus on the causes they are setting in motion to bring about desired effects.

  7. Gender: Gender is in everything; everything has its masculine and feminine principles. This principle can be used to create balance and acknowledge the presence of these dual aspects in all areas of life.

In practical terms, these principles are often used as a framework for personal development, meditation, or manifestation practices. They can be a way to conceptualise and approach various aspects of life, encouraging a reflective and balanced approach to personal and spiritual growth. It's important to note that these principles are metaphorical and not to be taken as literal scientific laws. Their usage is more aligned with esoteric philosophy and spiritual practices than with empirical disciplines.


[If you want to know how to build your own ChatGPT prompts, why not come along to our Masterclasses].


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