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   Welcome to the calm, clear place

Obviously you have connected and felt yourself in the calm, clear place you go to when you do that.

You also may have gotten to that place by letting someone into your heart (check on your fingers that you've actually done that!), by removing an emotional or mental body disturbance, or in any number of other ways that we've shown you.

How does it sound in the calm, clear place?

Real physical health, as well as emotional and all other types of health, come when all pathology is gone from all bodies, and not before.

Precept: Things done with the Harmonic become true when you experience them for yourself.

You now know what that calm, clear place is like. You've been seeking it. Every time you removed a medically defined disease or anything else you discovered that could be removed (and sometimes, I assume, you made these discoveries on your own; they weren't things these pages instructed you to take out), you found a little of that calm, clear place.

There may have been a few times when you found it in a really big way.

If you ever felt totally empty of negativity, negative emotion, negative thoughts, worry, fear, struggle, mistrust - well, that was the calm, clear place, and you got there because you removed some pathology.

The symptoms of pathology are myriad, and they all add up to higher body immune dysfunction, which translates, on a worldly operating level, to physical immune dysfunction . But we're not only talking about physical immune dysfunction. We're talking about immune dysfunction that ruins careers, ruins relationships, ruins sex lives - that kind of immune dysfunction - or we're talking about something called intermediaries. Intermediaries are the cause of immune dysfunction. Once an intermediary has caused an immune dysfunction, it disappears.

But yes, all this also enables physical illness.

The calm, clear place you get to from removing, let's say herpes may be a mild, almost unnoticeable difference.

Yes, herpes simplex affects your thought patterns.

Yes, herpes creates - well, let's call it emotional dysfunction, though it usually has nothing to do with anything we can identify as emotions. It's more like it creates an ineffective way of operating, especially around questions of health.

The emotional dysfunctions caused by herpes simplex type 2, for example, would cause the host of the virus to make certain choices at certain key turning points in his month that would lead him to having an on-time herpes outbreak, because HSV-2 is weakened if outbreaks don't happen on schedule (unless you're taking Acyclovir - then it may mutate into a monstrous new strain). Usually the dysfunction created by herpes is very subtle.

The absence of it is difficult to notice.

Herpes hosts talk about an emotional component to their herpes outbreaks. What makes you unhappy makes herpes happy.

Let's put it this way: If you have a virus eating your gravitational body, you are going to have some kind of negative emotion.

Suppose you have a staph infection in your foot. You can hardly walk. Every time your foot touches something, it hurts. The staph is raging throughout your body, causing you to lose your appetite. Your lymph system is working overtime. Do you think that that, in and of itself, by itself, could cause some negative emotions? I would say so. Well, your gravitational body is as real as your physical body, and so are the viruses that attack the gravitational body. So, bottom line, when you've got one, you will have all kinds of bad thoughts.

Now let's add another factor.

Suppose you didn't know your physical body existed.

Let's say you were in all this pain with your foot, but you didn't know you had a foot. You didn't know there was any such thing as the physical body. What would you do with those negative feelings that were assaulting you?

Simple: You would find "reasons" for them.

You'd start screaming at your boyfriend. You'd decide your job was no good and you had to quit. You would be so exhausted from battling the virus that your job would feel like it was no good; any job would feel like too much work under those circumstances.

Well, this is what everybody in the world labors under every day. Essentially they all go to work with the flu, day in and day out. For 30, 40, 50 years. No wonder people get so excited about retirement.

Imagine yourself as the only person in your office who is free of pathology.

What do you look like?

You have it all over your competitors, don't you? Within a few months of pathology-free operation, yours is the next promotion. Why? You operate clearly- you see, sense and feel how to do things without interference. You offer solutions. You go directly after the next result. You're out for yourself, but you're also out for the people around you. You actually like them, care about them. You have the ability to do all this because you're not laboring in constant exhaustion.

Plus you're never sick.

When you and the other contender are in the home stretch for that promotion, he gets a virus and ends up in bed for three days. You don't.

What does the calm, clear place feel like?

Well, hopefully the things I say here will ring a bell.

It's an absence. First and foremost, it's an absence of suffering. In place of the suffering that was activating you, motivating you, there is nothing. This unmotivated state can feel dangerous, like passivity, until you realize what a powerful place it is, what a great place from which to make decisions.

If you've already experienced what I'm talking about, you might remember that the first few times you experienced it, it was actually difficult to notice that you were any different. One reason for this is that your attention wasn't on yourself, it was on the world around you. You weren't strategizing inside your head; you weren't figuring out your next move to make, action to take; you didn't feel such a strong need to defend yourself.

You were stronger, and knew it, so you weren't as worried about something coming at you. Therefore the world outside you was interesting rather than threatening.You noticed the beauty of simple objects. You may have taken a few breaths, without needing to remind yourself to take them, and discovered yourself there, breathing and enjoying it, liking the feel of the air coming in. You may have spontaneously felt love and appreciation for another person.

This is what it's like to be pathology-free.

This is what it's like to be out of pain.

People spend their lives in pain, and though they know they are emotionally dysfunctional, they have no idea of the extent of their pain. This is why the calm, clear place can be so dramatic.

It's dramatic when you remove or kill the right thing -- the thing that was really hurting you, the thing that hurt you in a way you weren't conscious of. You may not have been conscious of how you were hurt, but you are definitely conscious of the way you feel better.

That's the calm, clear place.

And I'm writing to tell you to go in the direction of the big one.

If, after you kill or remove a pathology, you still feel a little antsy, a little "motivated," or you find yourself compulsively strategizing against other people or having negative thoughts about them, or you still feel a little helpless, or you feel yourself going back into the state you were in before the calm, clear place, or you can now see your most powerful action but are a little afraid to choose it and do it-- well, these are all indications that there's another pathology there, or an immune dysfunction.

When in the calm, clear place, it is extremely important to cognate new responses and behaviors. Doing so corrects deformities and clears traumas -- that is to say, while you are creating new behaviors and noticing great responses that are now easy and available, you are actually clearing more, extending the calm, clear place, and creating a prophylactic life orientation.

What do I mean by this?

Well, it's immune response, or a form of it. It's preventive. When you're in the calm, clear place and create new behaviors, your new behaviors will prevent the kinds of things that took you out of the calm, clear place to begin with.

The calm, clear place is your natural state. It's real function. It's powerful operation.

The calm, clear place is ability.

New behaviors, if constructed properly, enable ability. When great responses come easily to you, you're powerful. If you notice that they do, if you go out of your
way to see the great new responses you can have when you're in that calm, clear place, you are much more likely to do them when the occasion arises.

It's equally important to notice, and to see that you're now able to stop, your awful responses that have been screwing up your life, and to dismantle behaviors that have been getting you nowhere.

The question is:

Now that this pathology is gone, what will I do differently?

What won't I do anymore?

What will the result of this new way of life be?

Yes, the calm, clear place is more than a calm, clear place. It's a way of life.

At first, the calm, clear place is temporary. But it's cumulative.

You are permanently calm and clear forever after killing any pathology, even though this permanent calmness and clarity is only a very tiny facet in you. But with every new thing you clear, another tiny facet of calmness is added into you.

So within days or weeks there's simply a difference in the way you operate, live, react, work, breathe, and love.

Precept: The speed at which this calmness accumulates increases in proportion to your cognition of it.

The more new, easy responses you discover, the more great new behaviors you construct, the more bad old behaviors you dismantle, and the more awful, knee-jerk reflexes you kick out of your life every time you're in a calm, clear place, the calmer and clearer you stay.

We can now come full circle and say this: The more emotionally stable - happier - you are, the more emotional dysfunction goes out of your life. You laugh, love, and enjoy with the best of them. And the more you tend toward the calm, clear place each time some "real" occurrence in your environment slams you against the wall - well, the quicker you recover, the less you react, and the more powerfully you respond.


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