By accident, while meditating in the Zen Buddhist tradition, he encountered a level of consciousness, which I’m sure we all have (but never take advantage of) called the “Feeling Mass”. This level is past the surface consciousness activity of normal everyday emotions, and is not dependent on anything, but simply Is the Core of You, and anything believed at this deeper level is what decides how life goes on the outside.
One of the key points is the importance of not making it a chore to stop and “do your telementation”.. in itself, it is joyful ..it has to be associated with something you strive to do because you want to. Doing any of this with a tension of “I need to do this consciousness thing, and do it right, or it won’t work”… well, it won’t work.
It’s a little disjointed, in that you don’t get a sense of a set of steps of how he goes about reaching this “Feeling Mass”.
And it’s not like this is a “required” book for you to read, especially if you’ve already read plenty of stuff by Neville, or John Kehoe, or other similar writers.
But there’s just a lot of inspiration in the book that boosted my willingness to spend more time in the silence, feeling the targets I want to manifest, and I appreciate how he explains the nature of the Universe having no “conditionality”. When you decide on an end result, and Feel as if you have it.. there are no rules as to how that is going to transpire… anything can happen, that most people would not entertain as possibilities.