So, what if we were able to remove these barriers to living the continuous experience of wholeness? What would it be like if that was the case?
It is possible to describe some of the attributes of what it’s like to live in a state where you never lose the sense of wholeness.
· First of all, you can always trust and act on your intuition, every single time.
· You’re free from any influence of the past or the future
· You are totally presence, living completely in the moment.
· You’re completely free of being judgmental, neither of others nor of yourself.
· You have freedom from the grip of emotion. You never get lost to emotions. If emotion grabs you, you have a way out of it pretty much instantaneously, and even while the emotion is gripping, you never lose the sense of wholeness or pure awareness. This makes it possible to clearly distinguish useful from not-useful emotions and you then know how to respond accordingly.
· You have the capacity to feel, be present to and experience anything and everything. · You have a complete sense of self-sufficiency and independence.
· You experience the full support of all the laws of nature, and there’s a kind of spontaneous acting in alignment with nature. It’s like being an agent of nature.
· There’s also a sense of frictionless flow, very much like what athletes talk about when they’re “in the zone.” This is like living “in the zone” all the time.
· It’s a state of permanent inner peace.
· There’s a total sense of freedom.
· You have access to unlimited power, perpetual bliss.
Stone, Tom (2012-01-10). Live the Continuous Experience of Wholeness – New Techniques for Experiencing Pure Awareness All the Time (The Great Life Series) (Kindle Locations 246-252). Great Life Technologies. Kindle Edition.