What You Want May Not Be What You Need (Part I)

I was recently asked by a member the QE Forum, a mother with an autistic child, what effect QE would have on autism. Below is my answer… It may have been a bit more of an answer that she was looking for but better to err on the side of comprehensiveness. Enjoy…

We should not look at QE as being a healing technique. It is a technique to take our awareness from common consciousness through pure awareness to Eufeeling. That is it! We do not do Quantum Entrainment for specific problems be they physical, emotional, financial, spiritual, etc.

“Well Frank,” you say, “You have written often about doing QE for finances, relationships, and the like. What is the difference?”

I have also written time and again that, despite the fact that profound healing does take place around a QE session, QE itself is not a healing technique. The problem is language. We must first find common ground before we can expand and idea, especially one founded on such an abstraction as Eufeeling. Forgive me for any confusion I may have generated in this regard. But this gives us a perfect opportunity to resolve this confusion and learn a little something in the bargain.

When we do Quantum Entrainment we do it for ourselves. That very act creates harmony and healing as a result of our shift in awareness from common consciousness to Eufeeling. Not only are the results of this increased harmony and healing realized within us but it quickly expands to influence our friends, family, and in fact, everyone and everything in our environment. So it does not matter if one has arthritis or autism becoming aware of Eufeeling is the most effective environment you can create for healing to evolve. You see what I mean? When you do QE you spontaneously create the best circumstances for healing to take place no matter what the malady. Now anything you do after QE is going to be more effective. The point is that when we do QE we do it for ourselves with an invitation for others to join us. Any healing that takes place is due to their volition and completely depends on their body/mind/environment. So to be more accurate, we are not doing QE for someone so much as with them.

Here is an example. I once had a mother whose son was autistic and in his early 20s. He was becoming more aggressive and she feared he may hurt himself or others. She asked me to do QE for him. I told her I would do QE with her son in mind. The thought of him was actually an invitation for him to heal. (Interestingly enough the partner does not have to be consciously aware of the application of QE. The invitation is accepted on the level of Eufeeling which is often beyond conscious awareness. This is why we do not need permission to do QE with someone.) After 10 or 12, 20 minute QE sessions the mother reported that her son had responded very favorably.

— End of Part I —

Please Continue With – What You Want May Not Be What You Need (Part II)

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7 thoughts on “What You Want May Not Be What You Need (Part I)

  1. I just read the blog and part 2 and I found a very important point that puzzled me very often. In my consulting work I use QE since some months and even before this, I met from time to time effects, I could not understand. There had been quick changes in people, situations, companies which I never expected, now I remarked such a remarkable change in my wife after being sick! It’s fantastic! For the first time I could understand, that many people say, that being sick can change a lot. You could have the feeling, that “you” made the change! Better it is, that the change happened. The first is the normal cause and effect mechanisms, the second is the quantum effect in the universe of all possibilities. Since I know states of having no “I” I found it easy to understand. For others is just the “it” that does all this! Now I try to find solutions for managers and it’s the conjunction of heart (eufeeling) and mind, which is so important!

  2. Thanks for sharing your experiences Bernd… This shift from “me” to “it” appears to be a small one but in fact it is the difference between suffering and living in fullness.

  3. Excellent clarification. Thank you! One sidebar question: I noticed that you said you did 10-12 20 minute sessions on behalf of the young man with autism. That’s a lot of time! Was this just for the young man, or were other people included in these QE sessions?

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