The 5 visions of AMPV




In China,  Thousands of years ago, the Shaolin monk who studied  an animal form in Kung Fu, learned to imbibe the qualities of the animal. He modeled his strengths, weaknesses, strategy and preferred sphere. The 5 Animal Form System is a metaphor for learning 5 powerful strategies that work in an alliance.  All for one, one for all, the Musketeers would say.  


Together, the 5 Shaolin animal forms form a very powerful alliance or Mastermind. Imagine, a specialist each master in his own discipline allying with four other specialists to train  an egregore, a fifth form. Remember, the power of the Four Musketeers, the Avengers, Sylvester Stalone's sacrifices (okay, they're all fictional characters, but hey you get the idea). An army commando  is a group that often consists of only four or five specialists operating in unison.  I correlate with the 5 animal forms and our 5 human powers. These 5 powers are  :


1. Our power of intention.


2. Our power to think.


3. Our power to feel emotions.


4. Our power to act.


5. Our power to speak.


For me, the concept of the 5 Shaolin Animal Forms is a metaphor for learning to build alliances or masterminds as much with other people who can complement us. But above all, we must create an alliance, a mastermind, personal with our five human powers. The concept of the Mastermind was presented by Napoleon Hill in his timeless classic, "  Think about it and get rich.  " He wrote, "  never do two spirits come together without thereby creating a third, the invisible intangible force, which can be compared to a third spirit.  "




  The Quadrant of 5 forms



If you are studying the AMPV Quadrant  above, you will notice that each animal shape has a distinctive place  (each form is opposed to its neighbors). In reality, these forces do not oppose, but complement each other. An optimal alliance strives for excellence and makes the members cooperate, believing that the result obtained by this alliance will exceed the sum of each party. 

When we accept that we have the weaknesses of our strengths, that our weakness is the strength of our partner and that his weakness is our strength;  we can cooperate and strengthen each other.   Take the example of the Tiger and the Serpent. The strength of the Snake is its ability to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of its opponent and to assess its strategy, plan of action, goals and current position on the ground. With all the information he will get, he will make predictions, develop an action plan ... then think again! Its great strength:  the capacity to think, brings its weakness: the  perfectionism.  The serpent wants everything to be flawless in the study of its planning, which it postpones, to have more time to study some small details which, in reality, would not change much.


Now, what shape is to the right of the Serpent on our quadrant (AMPV map)? It's the Tiger. The Tiger is the ideal ally to encourage the snake to act. He is pragmatic and realistic. He takes control so as to direct the operations that achieve the targeted objective. If you are studying Meta-Strategy (The Book of Earth), the Tiger is at level 4 (out of 5) of the manifestation pyramid. His role is to take the Serpent's plan and carry it out on the ground by coordinating the work and motivating his troop to fully engage in the task. The Tiger is excellent at putting into action a perfect plan and he will do it perfectly! The weakness of the Tiger is impatience. He likes things to end quickly. He does not have the serpent's patience to craft a perfect plan. The Tiger knows that the Serpent is of invaluable help to him to compensate for his weaknesses and the Serpent knows that the direct, daring, leader and extrovert side of the Tiger is useful to him to realize his plans.



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