The Art of Nothing (Part 3)

Don’t you feel it? Don’t you feel that something seems to be missing, something basic and deeply primordial? Haven’t you ever asked yourself, “Is this all there is to life?” You may have asked this question in a quiet moment of reflection but then trampled it under foot on your way out the door to buy a bigger, brighter widget, find a sympathetic ear to bend, or indulge any of a plethora of electronic diversions to keep that tormenting question from resurfacing. It makes us uncomfortable because we don’t know what source gave birth to that question. More importantly, we don’t know how to satisfy it. But it is vital, not only to our mental health but for the survival of our species, that we find the source of this dis-ease.

In the short time that we spend together between the covers of this book I will offer you a revolutionary perspective on the current and precarious position that clearly defines why, despite our nearly infinite potential, we are foundering on the precipice of destruction. This new perspective is, in part, a rearrangement of existing research and theories that has created a new vision. It’s like rearranging letters of an old word to create a new word with greater depth of meaning. For instance, when you read the word “dog”, an image may pop into your mind of a hairy, four-legged, tail-wagging friend who enjoys the simple pleasures of life with you. Rearrange the letters d-o-g to spell g-o-d and you are confronted with the most profound mystery of life.

Knowledge is complete only when understanding is supported by experience. I will provide you both. Understanding what is wrong has little value unless you also learn how to fix it. This is particularly exciting as I have discovered a simple and natural process that has immediate results. What results? Why, I’m so glad you asked.

I have found a way to free your mind from the influence of negative emotions and thinking. Now, before you throw it into a heap with all of the other positive thinking, anti-judgment systems hear me out. What I offer you is uniquely and profoundly different. Traditional positive thinking systems require that you, well … Think positive. They tell you that if you can think positive then positive things will come to you. Most people find that this approach takes a great deal of effort to perpetuate and time to realize, with a high incidence of failure. In fact, recent neurological research (see QE Blog: Science – A New Direction [Parts 2 & 3]) indicates that a positive mental attitude is more the result of the individual’s natural make-up than manufactured happiness. Thinking positive thoughts has very little lasting effect on the psychophysiological structure of the individual.

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar Info

YouTube Video: QE Intention and Universal Symphony [English/Japanese]

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Eustillness Techniques

YouTube Video: QE Demonstration (CalcifiedShoulder) [English/French]

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