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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 10) How to Find Eufeeling

[Before reading further it would be best to do the Eufeeling Technique first… [See last QE Blog post - The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 9).] Welcome back. Now that your eyes are opened, how are you feeling? Do you feel some relaxation in your body? What are you feeling in your mind? Do you feel some inner sense of well-being? Maybe you feel silence or peace or a sense of relief,...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 9) How to Find Eufeeling

To do the EuStillness Technique you must first become aware of Eufeeling. To become aware of Eufeeling you must first become aware of pure awareness. You became aware of pure awareness when you watched the screen of your mind in The Nothing Technique. [See QE Blog: How Nothing Works Part 3] Congratulations, you are already one-third of the way there. Becoming aware of Eufeeling is just as simple and just as easy. So, unless you have a heavy date or...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 8)

How to Find Eufeeling “Most of us go to our graves with our music still inside us.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Oliver Wendell Holmes, in the quote above, is telling us that we are missing something. Or more rightly, we are ignoring something so vital that without it life loses its music, the very thing that gives it substance. I am reminded of the shadow world of Plato’s cave where the cave-dwellers believed the totality of life to be flickering...

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Glossary of QE Blog Terms

Enlightenment – [see EuStillness awareness] transcendence of ego; free of fear; motivated by truth, beauty, goodness, and unity; innovators, discoverers; two stages: Eu-awareness (first stage), EuStillness awareness (second stage). Eu-awareness – Action performed while aware of Eufeeling. Awareness beyond the bonds of cause and effect, free of fear and disharmony. One becomes the observer as creation takes place through them, not from them. Eufeeling – The perception of wholeness. The first glimmering of individuality in the mind. The natural state...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 7)

The arrow from our previous blog represents the ability of your mind to create successful action, to get what you want. When you nock the arrow but have not yet pulled it back, the arrow is just sitting there. If you let go of the arrow at this point it just falls to the ground. This represents the inactivity of your mind during deep sleep. If you were to pull the arrow back several inches, this would represent the potential...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 6)

If you want to get out of that chair you are sitting in then what is the first thing you must do? That’s right! You must first push down with your feet and hands if you want to stand up. If you then choose to walk to your fridge for a cold drink, you must first push your foot in the opposite direction from the fridge so that you will move forward toward that beer in the icebox. If you...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 5)

So how does the EuStillness Technique work? Well, not by conventional laws, that is for sure. When you think about it, a technique is how to do something, isn’t it? Well, how can you do something to do nothing? Of course, that seems impossible. It seems to make sense that you cannot generate an activity of non-activity. This is the very reason many meditation and spiritual techniques take so long to yield results. They expect the student to create inner...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 4)

Here’s what I mean about the immediate influence of perception. When you hear screeching brakes and turn to see a dog being hit by a car, you immediately experience both physical and emotional changes, don’t you? Physically you will have a quickening pulse, increased cardiac output, contraction of fight-or-flight musculature, hormonal shifts including a major squirt of adrenaline, dilated pupils, and much more. Emotionally you may experience fright, anxiety, confusion, anger, helplessness, , etc. (flight or fight response) Now, consider...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 3)

Every created thing is made of two parts: energy and form. The most basic form of energy is the wave. Waves combine to make subatomic particles which combine to make atoms, molecules, ending with a book that you hold in your hands. A book has energy, doesn’t it? You could use it to squash a mosquito or you could burn it to keep warm. (I hope that is the only reason you would have to burn one of my books.)...

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The EuStillness Technique: Where Does It Come From and How Does It Work? (Part 2)

As I grew over the years, my love of the abstract found many and varied practical applications. I became interested in the mental side of martial arts, read a book, and learned how to hypnotize my friends, discovered how to reduce pain and increase strength through meditation techniques, and, as a chiropractor, studied half-a-hundred healing procedures, from manipulating a joint to multiplying bioenergy. I fell in awe of Einstein’s orientation of the universe and learned to appreciate the nonsensical reality...

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