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jdawe

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Nothing Cures Everything PART 2
Posted: Oct 24, 2013 5:47 PM
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In the first part of Nothing Cures Everything we saw how:

Every problem has an equal and opposite solution.

Solution <- Problem

Every disease has an equal and opposite cure.

Cure <- Disease

In PART 2, we take a further look at a variety of problems and their associated equal and opposite solution.

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One of the biggest problems facing society today is mental illness. We have a variety of mental conditions that take on varying degrees of complexity.

The good thing is that no matter what degree of complexity the problem may take, the associated equal and opposite solution is always absolutely simple.

Solution <- Problem

Simple <- Complex

For every complex problem there is always an equal and opposite simple solution.

Simplicity cures complexity.

Now, in regards to mental illness, the problem is the mind. The equal opposite of the mind is the body.

Body <- Mind
Solution <- Problem

Therefore, the body cures all complex mental problems.

Receiver <- Transmitter
Cold <- Hot

The way this works is the same way 'cold' cures hot. It allows a freespace for the problem (heat) to shift to thereby freeing the original area of the problem.

Body <- Mind
Receiver <- Transmitter
Discharged <- Charged

The mind has a degree of hot, charged activity. This hot charged activity must be discharged into the body, all mental conditions will be cured if they are shifted into body.

Remember the Solution Law:

"All problems have an equal and opposite solution and that solution must be synonymous with zero".

Therefore,

Body = Receiver = Discharged = 0



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