The Art of Nothing (Part 4)

The process that I discovered does not require that you envision a positive outcome, think positive thoughts, or generate positive emotions. It does not require belief or faith or any peculiar talent or skill. Nor does it require affirmations or intentions or a vivid imagination from which to build your detailed utopian future. All of these efforts take place in your mind. Calling on a distressed mind to fix itself is a lot like asking the fox to guard the hen house. It rarely ends up the way we think it should. To fix a broken mind, you have to step beyond the mind. That is the first thing I will show you how to do.

As you progress through this blog, be easy with the concepts and experiences you find here. Some of the concepts may be new to you. Just let them simmer for a while on the back burners of your mind. No need to pressure yourself or struggle to understand everything right away. The experiences you will have by practicing the easy techniques will fill in the gaps for you. They are simple and create a feeling of welcoming naturalness. Your experiences will support the concepts you learn. You don’t need faith or belief. It is necessary that you only follow the instructions and rely on your own experience for verification.

Despite its seemingly esoteric nature, what you are about to learn is scientific and reproducible. I am as eager to teach you these remarkable techniques as I expect you are eager to learn. So we will begin the first step of the teaching in the next blog section “How Nothing Works”. Once you learn the techniques and begin practicing on your own, I will introduce you to the science behind the technique. Then we will look into the science of enlightenment, what it is and how it works. We will see what scientists are saying about it and discuss the actual experiences of people who are enlightened, so that you will recognize those experiences when they appear in you. Together we will explore what it means to become fully human.

I expect you will enjoy cooperating with this blog immensely. It will offer you a simple yet profound message. By the time you finish the last post you will have learned that you are complete just as you are, right now. You will have discovered a secret that has been hiding in plain view. You will realize that your troubles have only come from looking in the wrong direction for solutions. It is as if you have been standing on a promontory facing the side of the mountain. I will simply ask you to turn around. From this new perspective, this exalted height will open your vision to greater possibilities and potential. Thread by thread, the mysteries of your life will begin to unravel. You will wonder at the simplicity of it all and take great satisfaction in knowing that you are OK, and will be OK, as understanding replaces confusion and joy replaces consternation.

What does all this flowery talk mean in everyday, nuts and bolts, practical applications? Here are just a few things that you will be able to do when you have finished this blog:

  • Enjoy more success and enjoy your success more
  • Begin healing yourself and others in minutes
  • Discover where you are, where you need to go, and how to get there
  • Find yourself and love what you find
  • How to make the right decision
  • The negative effects of positive thinking
  • Love yourself and find that love in others
  • Know what it means to be enlightened
  • Begin a 90-day program to decrease discord and increase success
  • Have fun

Ready to begin? See you next week…

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 (Calcified Shoulder) [English/French]

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