Jan Cox Talk 0238

Cure by Inquiry


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Tape 238, Dec 11, 1986, runtime 1:16
Notes by TK

“Medevesqo” : Cure by inquiry –an actual, scientific reality. Neuralize how you can use such internally. Must understand there is no why?,  just the Seeing of what you do. Xmas gift: the proper view of yourself is not the opposite of a non-distorted view. You can ‘obsolete’ yourself when you can cure by inquiry.

More on perfection = acceptability= obsolescence. Need for change as the pursuit of perfection. Consider: what if you could render your ordinary self obsolete?

All have an automatic resistance to established authority. Something to Do for The Few: throw yourself into activity foreign to your normal energy transfers.

Change is fearsome. Is it not interesting that all humanity’s internal noise is about the need for change –but when it arrives, it is fearful. The Few must have no fear of change; be blithely and/or blitheringly unconcerned.

The many constantly enshrine their collisions in life–commemorate their unpleasant experiences, engrave them on the road map of their lives –this keeps them ‘sane’. The Few cannot do this; nothing you’ve ever experienced ordinarily is worth any note.

The description of apparent individuals by what they do; you cannot separate who from what. This is constantly done by the ordinary without their realizing the significance of it. There is no is, just does.

Any situation where only 2 choices are available always means that neither is adequate, satisfying or totally explanatory. Time is based on distortion.

The Few in all cities should Remember each other.


METHOD for The Few: Say internally “They made me do it!!” (even say externally if you can pull it off) with an air of knowing authority.
Conceive of a person as and ‘is,’ not a person ‘does.’