The person who cares less has the most power

Is this really true? Or is there some truth to it?

Let’s find out in this article...

The person who cares less has the most power (of course the context of the conversation is within an intimate relationship). We’re not talking about business relationships or even friendships.

And by the way intimate relationship is where it probably matters most.

See, sometimes certain beliefs and ideas, may resonate with us in a particular moment or particular context so we pick it up and make it a part of us, but before we know it, that belief subconsciously controls and dictates our thoughts, actions and behaviour.

So let’s take a moment in this article to really question the idea of whether the person who cares less actually has the most power.

Let me ask you a simple question. Well, perhaps it isn’t so simple. But think about this.

If you were to truly believe that the person who cares less has the most power, what kind of relationship are you going to attract?

Think about it.

The real answer is, you’re going to attract relationships where it’s based on – say it with me, power trips.

Nothing wrong with power trips, except it doesn’t make a relationship intimate, it doesn’t make it close, you don’t get that warm feeling that someone has your back… because it’s always about what I’m getting.

Of course I want you to have everything you’d ever wanted or needed in a relationship, but focusing on yourself isn’t gonna get you there.

Ironic, huh?

Now to give credit where it’s due, believing in that the person who cares less has the most power has some value. No, seriously it truly has some value.

If you find yourself always chasing after people, and falling into that pattern, then yes, perhaps believing in this may temporarily give you the momentum to break through and get out of that cycle.

Key word: it’s temporary.

In my opinion, whatever beliefs you adopt in order to get out of that negative cycle, is a valuable belief. But that doesn’t mean that belief is always going to serve you long term. Right?

In the long term, you’re going to find yourself in all sorts of different situations and frankly some beliefs out live their usefulness.

See, this idea that the person who cares less has the most power is what I call surface thinking.

This belief is what I call a surface truth. It isn’t necessarily wrong nor right, but they don’t offer you deeper insight into what is really going on.

What you really need instead are deeper truths.

Deeper truths.

Surface thinking unfortunately never get you anywhere, its like saying…

All men just want sex.

It’s not about whether that’s true or not, it’s just that this belief doesn’t empower you, doesn’t make you a better person, doesn’t make you have a better ability to connect with men. Instead, it becomes a prison in which all your experiences are filtered through.

So repeat after me. There are always deeper truths.

There are always deeper truths.

To me, the deeper truths is where it really gets exciting. Because not only do you see that no one is really out there to hurt you, but you get to make sense of everything that happens around you AND the power that comes from this understanding.

For my entire career, I’ve always focused on finding deeper truths. Because that is where all the secrets are.

Because that’s where you’re going to find all the juicy stuff, all the while making yourself the most valuable individual anywhere you go.

So what is the deeper truth here?

Are you ready?

In any intimate relationship, it’s never about caring less. We’re not talking about a business deal here. We’re talking about love.

You can never care too much… even when you first meet someone, even on your first date. You can never care too much.

In fact, the more you care, the more power you have. But here’s the caveat. It’s about truly caring for the other person not for yourself. I’m not talking about caring for how YOU look, or what other people are going to think of you. I’m talking about truly getting out of yourself in that moment, and CARE about someone else.

Care about someone else as if you don’t matter in the grand scale of things, as if you don’t really exist.

Of course you matter but the focus isn’t on you.

See, when we’re talking about dating and relationships with men, I want you to CARE to understand his masculine perspective, care to appreciate his thoughts, habits and emotions, care to feel his fears and desires as a man.

That is the ultimate place you can get to.

The thing is, you can care and not have to be needy, clingy or seeking approval.

I’ll give you an example.

If my 4 year old son falls and scrapes his knee, I’m always going to care. But that doesn’t mean I’m always going to rush to him and baby him. I can care by letting him get back up and realise in his own time that he’s OK. Right?

I don’t have to let my care be dictated by how others will perceive me, or even by my own possible guilt.

Thing is, I’m never going to not care when any of my kids hurt themselves. But my actions will be determined by what they need at that moment in time.

If a man is pulled away from you, you can still care deeply and not have to pester him. Because the moment you start sending him needy messages, you are caring about yourself, right? You care about what you’re not getting.

Not to mention you’re taking value, you’re extracting value in that moment from him and from the relationship.

Of course I’m completely generalising here but I’m sure you get the point.

When you care, you need to care about the other person, not about what you’re not getting.

So remember this, in dating and relationships with men, you can care deeply and not have to act needy, clingy or look for his approval.

Because ultimately it’s not about who has the most power anyway.

Ultimately it’s about value.

Yes, VALUE.

The more value you have intrinsically as a woman, and the more men perceive you to have value as a woman, the more they will pursue you. Period. End of story.

I don’t want you to enter into a relationship that is based on power trips. Because those kinds of relationships always end the same way. Pain, resentment, hate and repressed anger all the while making you less able to access your own feelings and vulnerability.

So it’s never about caring less, it’s about caring more. As as you care more, the universe will reveal more of it’s magic to you, because you’re not just living for yourself, whether that is in the form of a breakthrough, some deeper insights or some form of abundance permeating through your life.

So if you want to show up as a high value woman, especially in the eyes of men, step number 1… care more, understand more and appreciate more.

The more you understand, the deeper you understand, the more value you will have to men, to people and to yourself. Simple.

Remember, people will pursue you not when you pretend you don’t care, but when you show up with intrinsic value as well as perceived value.

Value is the real game here.

Hope that makes sense.

By the way, if you want to learn more about this idea of value that I keep talking about, leave me a comment below. I am planning on creating a whole series of videos on this idea of value but I need your input. Is this a topic that you want to learn more about?

Just simply comment below with a YES to let me know.

Alright that’s all for now.

Talk to you soon.

 

D. Shen

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Victoria

Yes

Pooja
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Pooja

I have cared a lot and even experienced the magic of universe through new breakthroughs.In fact,I found you and Renee because I cared enough to invest in relationship courses.Lovely video and even the example of your child is excellent…you are so on point-Caring can also be letting the child get up on his own,that way he can learn that even if you fall,you can always get up! Definitely please do some vids on value…I have observed that at times when I am the high value,there is some woman who may not like it.Also at times I am the one who… Read more »

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Anna

Yes.. I definitely would want to learn more about value

mbl
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mbl

Yes, This is very interesting to me because, I believed exactly what you wrote, that caring less = more power. Your article turned my belief right on it’s head. Thank you.

Janis a teague
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Janis a teague

Mr. Shen, I’ve never responded to you and your wife. I’m concerned about remaining anonymous. This article on caring comes at a crucial time. I’d love to take your courses but it’s too late for me. I’m one of those who made a choice and then stayed too long and cannot get out. 30 years of lonely unproductive marriage. And then…the man I’ve accidentally and terrifyingly- and without my intent or consent—found myself to love—feels the same way toward me— he cannot get out either. It’s his choice— it’s an unbelievable situation and could not be worse if it had… Read more »

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“Too late” is a lie you tell yourself so you can continue to take the dreary but confortable path of least resistance. Is it literally impossible for you to leave your unsatisfying marriage? Outside of some extreme circumstances, no. It may be uncomfortable to leave. It may make other people unhappy or angry at you. It may mean financial struggle. It may mean having to readjust your self-identity. But ultimately, you are still making a CHOICE to stay so that you can avoid having to deal with those challenges. Every time in my life that I’ve said “too late” or… Read more »

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Cate

Yes

kidirile
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kidirile

yes, value taking and giving/??

Leslie
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Leslie

What if understanding a man drains you? It’s as if only his interest, problems and issues have value. You said that you should care more..understand more..appreciate more without acting clingy. But it is only human nature to also ask what is due you..and that is for a man to care and understand you also. This is not about power trips but rather it should be a 2 way street.. as a woman being emotional, tends to ask more of care and understanding and sometimes it is draining if you tend to understand and care more for a man who is… Read more »

Laura
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Laura

Yes! Value videos, please and thank you 🙂

La Ree Giandonato
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La Ree Giandonato

Yes

Rosalie Portz
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Rosalie Portz

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