The Problem Solver

The way to solve all problems is to recognize that problems do not actually exist, outside of how I choose to perceive reality. With this understanding internalized, I should take action to solve the falsely perceived problems for myself and others, making no exceptions.

The way to accomplish all goals is to recognize that everything is already completely accomplished simply by being. With this understanding internalized, I should take action to accomplish what seemingly needs to be done, without any hope or fear for results.

The way to stabilize this recognition is to constantly be aware when it is not present and I am acting solely out of impulse or habit.

Even an uneducated, diseased, horribly disfigured, socially-inept beggar can know this and be free.

Even a highly sophisticated, healthy, attractive, socially-connected millionaire can know this and be free.

This knowing is beyond intellect, encompasses the intellect and is easier said than lived.

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