Be, Do, Have
“BE” in the above context means to ‘act like something, be a doctor, be a footballer, in other words, an adopted identity.
“DO” means to carry out an activity in that identity
“HAVE” means possession of something, but not necessarily legal ownership.
BE, DO and HAVE is a very obscure, but real concept of life, from which no- one is exempt, not even the lowly street beggar. Those three words are irretrievably connected as illustrated by that individual. The moment he decides to beg he has BEcome a beggar. The caps are intentional for they provide the above BE. The moment he DOes the begging introduces the DO, which leads to HAVE, the product of begging. You must BE something to DO something before you can HAVE anything!
The beggar’s existence is very narrow, but in Life, the broadest scale there is, the MEM procedures enhance BE, your sense of being aware of yourself as a being. The Activity Procedure addresses the doing.
Although ‘have’ means possessing or owning something, at a deeper level it means the ability ‘to have or not to have’, which entails a calmness, devoid of any ‘must-have’ and only at this level can you truly have something. The procedures developed to address a person’s ability to HAVE.
The Be DO Have Procedure has assisted many people to address the true cause of such manifestations as financial troubles, concepts around HAVING or NOT HAVING money and wealth, success and abundance, and even around HAVING or NOT HAVING love, joy, peace and even authentic meaningful relationships in their lives.