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An example of the power and practical application of the Causism™ material was a lady who rang on Xmas eve asking for an appointment. She was desperate for help so being free at the time I offered my help right there and then over the phone. As soon as I said, “Go to an upset” she became a blubbering mess and almost incoherent through her grief. I accepted her condition as a challenge, so persevered and then at the end, having learned that she was a housewife looking for work to finance a course of study, she was informed my time was a Xmas present. She almost climbed over the phone in gratitude. It is incidents like that which could justify me being bitter against the current mental health regimes and am reminded of a biblical story wherein Christ is attributed as saying of those mocking him, “Forgive them for they know not what they do!”

In examining the opinions and ideas of the enormous number of individuals in history who are revered for their utterances and writings, if measured by the data in the first paragraph in this article, it is Socrates who first comes to mind, because apart from the reported details of his life, the manner of his death and the demeanor he bore at the time stand out. If any of the others were speaking of life from the benefit of self-awareness such as that which I experienced and have recounted, it is not stated or implied in their writings.

It is obvious that it was only current scientific knowledge expanded by the invention sand innovations of others of scientific bent that has allowed my personal knowledge to not only surface but be broadcast so widely and available to all. Knowledge is knowledge and bearing in mind the significant part played by the inventors and innovators of wireless, television and particularly the Internet, as well as the likes of Caxton with his printing press, knowledge, particularly of life has been made available for anyone seeking it.

A corner stone of Causism™ is the stated fact that there is no such material commodity as time. The procedure Experience Self gives subjective reality on this and from an objective viewpoint is covered fully in my other writings, but briefly again, regarding Time, you cannot see it, touch and feel it, smell or taste it, in other words it cannot be detected by any of our body’s senses. Time is purely an apparency created by motion, logically therefore it is an element of the physical universe but not of the spiritual universe, hence the feasibility of eternity. This is axiomatic for what is commonly referred to as the Human Spirit or in our parlance an Energy Unit, but it needs to be understood that this is definitely not true for a Human Being. The Human Being is obviously a composite, a physical body plus the inherent energy element, which operates or motivates it, of which only the physical entity element is visible and seen to be effected by “old father time”.

From the viewpoint of Christianity and Islam for example it is accepted that at bodily death, the individual goes to heaven or paradise, where both locations hold a promise of eternal life. Eternity of course implies time without end, in other words an absence of time, which means that Causism’s™ contention regarding Time is more commonly agreed upon than is generally realized.

It is obvious that the expression “I” has come to be accepted as meaning the composite Human Being instead of its basic meaning, the invisible energy unit. The MEM procedure, Experiencing Self, is in itself such a powerful tool because it makes it very real to those to whom the command is directed, assuming of course that they do the exercise, the true meaning of the word “I” along with the reality that they are timeless. Its end product is “Certainty of Self” a state of self-awareness beyond description and value.

The research has been done so all that remains to do is to work as a group to broadcast and promote it. As John Donne famously wrote, “no man is an island” and more lightheartedly, a recent saying, “It takes two to tango” says it all.

Expand, enjoy and prosper.

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