Evolutions require learning, and learning requires time. Optimizing the use of time in learning is a key goal of this system. Being efficient and effective doesn't demand years of "arduous training." This nonsensical fallacy often comes from a bias that emphasizes that learning be perceived as being excessively difficult - its a way people distort time as means to qualify their accomplishments as being "special." Significant time is wasted on this fallacy. Practical learning leads to accessible and measurable skill, which can be accomplished in a reasonable amount of time by anyone with a sincere interest and willingness to apply themselves.
The Four Pillars
Do you know what the ideas are?
Do you have a sound set of instructions for realizing these ideas?
Do you have a way of mindfully operating so are efficient and considerate?
Are there clear exercises that effectively allow you to realize the ideologies, using the defined methods, all while being aware of what and how you are processing?