Eufeeling Good Today? How Does Motion Come Out of Stillness?

I’ve recognized over the years that our standard operating procedure caring for our body, mind and spirit can be a confusing journey.

Kinslow System BookWe haphazardly try practices for a little of this and a little of that to ease our stress and anxiety.  We just can’t seem to grasp the fact that stillness moves us into motion and directs us to take action.

This state of motion and action is what Dr. Frank J. Kinslow talks about in his book, The Kinslow System.

In this book, Kinslow attempts to move us into action and motion through processes he’s established with names like Quantum Entrainment.

One of Kinslow’s famous terms is Eufeeling.

Eufeeling is basically a feeling you can create internally to reach a state of awareness through stillness.  Once you access this Eufeeling, you can move into several of his other techniques for healing mentally, physically or emotionally.

Kinslow describes the state of Eufeeling as an act of joy, peace, stillness and silence.  It’s also about becoming intimately aware of yourself, your body parts, or your thoughts.

This book walks you through step-by-step exercises of his personal techniques like Quantum Entrainment, Pure Awareness, Stopping Thoughts and Quantum Entrainment Triangulation.Young Businesswoman with Her Finger on Her Lips

Many of his techniques seemed to be mirrored processes that I’ve learned through meditation, yoga and a host of other healing modalities.

To give you a glimpse of Kinslow’s techniques, I’ve provided a YouTube video below on his explanation of Quantum Entrainment.  This will help you get a better idea of how his exercises can work for you.

Be still and know that I send you all love, blessings and wishes for a prosperous and abundant life!

(NOTE: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received the book from Hay House for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. )

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