Enlightenment. Joy. Inner Peace. However you define it, this state is the goal of my spiritual practice. In his new book “Eufeeling! The Art of Creating Inner Peace and Outer Prosperity” Dr. Frank J. Kinslow gives tips on how to live out of this state, and how to create from it.
Kinslow defines enlightenment as “Eufeeling”. In the first part of the book he describes this peaceful place with a surprise for the reader, “This book will open your awareness to treasures within you, yearning to be discovered … You have everything you need with you, right now.” I liked Kinslow’s descriptions of the “Eufeeling” state, something not easy to define with conventional language, and his exercises on how we all can become more aware of Eufeeling within us.
“But I don’t always feel at peace!” you might think. I say that to myself, too. Is it possible to live from the Eufeeling state all the time? What must I do??!!
Kinslow has an answer to such concerns. “If Eufeeling is there with you right now and you are not aware of it, where should you go, and what should you do to find it? The incredibly simple answer is that there is nowhere to go and nothing to do except become aware of it,” he writes. “And how should you become aware of it? The answer is without trying and creating effort. This is the secret, the key to unlocking the amulet of suffering you have been carrying around your neck since you left your childhood behind. Stop trying.”
Once Kinslow establishes what Eufeeling is, and how to become aware of it within, he goes on to define QE – Quantum Entrainment. QE, Kinsolow says, “is the process that connects common consciousness with Eufeeling. QE awakens the unmanageable mind to the joy of orderly awareness.”
With QE principles defined, Kinslow goes on to describe in the latter chapters how the reader can create from this state – a process he calls “QE Intention”. He writes, “When you have QE Intention, you give the driver (Eufeeling) your destination and then sit back and enjoy the ride.”
As I was reading Eufeeling I got the sense that I’ve read about these processes before. Kinslow is talking about the same type of awareness and creation methods as Wayne Dyer did in “Wishes Fulfilled” or Joe Dispenza in “Breaking The Habit Of Being Yourself”. I found Dyer’s and Dispenza’s books easier to understand. That doesn’t mean Eufeeling is without value, though. Different writing styles appeal to different people, and Kinslow technical style may resonate more with the detail oriented reader.
I feel the message of Kinslow’s book is an important one. I know as I become more aware of the “EuFeeling” inside of me, a peaceful, joy oriented life is the result.
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This is another book review in my partnership with Hay House. 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.