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NOT: Notes on No-ting

22 Chapters for the book NOT

No-ting Notes for the book NOT (Don’t Read this Book!)

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  • Acceptance ends no-ting.
  • Adults are lost in no-ting.
  • All active psychological controls are no-ting.
  • Because of tasting something to be sour, bitter, or harsh you switch, not because of rules or no-ting.
  • Being in the present moment ends no-ting.
  • Control is no-ting.
  • Coping never uses no-ting.
  • Double payoffs exist for no-ting because you can both know better by knowing what should have been and know better by knowing what should be.
  • Dull thinking can be a result of needing a place of escape from the problem of no-ting about no-ting. You channel nothing so can do and understand nothing: safe from the knowing no-ting.
  • Ego does not care about anything, but feeding itself pride and avoiding eating shame and no-ting is pride.
  • Ego loves no-ting because it results in pride; therefore, ego ignores all the other results of no-ting, which are only negative for your life.
  • Ego wants to keep no-ting forever since it is ego candy, and nothing tastes better to the ego.
  • Focus on doing good, not stopping bad. This is one way to avoid no-ting.
  • How is the quality and depth of your experience, pleasure, sensations, sensing, etc., without and with no-ting?
  • If something is wrong or goes wrong, then look for the no-ting that is causing the problem.
  • Instead of no-ting: redirect, reduce, refocus, switch.
  • Is no-ting a thing, a beast, or just a process?
  • Is no-ting the most important thing for you?
  • Is no-ting your god?
  • It rarely works to fight fire with fire; for example, it does not work to fight no-ting with no-ting.
  • Letting things go ends no-ting.
  • Much of coping is only a practice of ways to escape no-ting.
  • Much of problem-solving is simply looking for ways to overcome no-ting.
  • Notice how much causes, movements, and politics focuses on no-ting.
  • Notice how much of adult conversation is focused on no-ting.
  • Notice how much of family, friendship, and romantic bonding is based on shared no-ting.
  • No-ting attacks multiply, serve, increase, spread, encourage the negative.
  • No-ting for actions and procedures is failing.
  • No-ting for rules and policies can be useful.
  • No-ting in the abstract, imagination, or theory can be useful.
  • No-ting in the practical and procedural is a disaster.
  • No-ting is always wrong.
  • No-ting is an issue that brings up all other issues.
  • No-ting is destroying.
  • No-ting is failing.
  • No-ting is impossible to do.
  • No-ting is okay as an abstraction.
  • No-ting is part of suffering, whining, blaming, damning, lying, etc.
  • No-ting is self-defeating, self-sabotaging, self-destructive, goal destroying, and results destroying.
  • No-ting is the enemy.
  • No-ting is the opposite of the nature we were given: transceiving.
  • No-ting is to do nothing.
  • No-ting is whining.
  • No-ting no-ting is complete failure.
  • No-ting provides an illusion of power and control and so pride.
  • No-ting puts you in touch with and increases the negative.
  • Not how you feel about no-ting, but how you experience it will help you see it for what it is.
  • Peace is anti-no-ting.
  • Pride payoffs motivate no-ting to continue despite it delivering the opposite results of those that are desired.
  • Problem-solving is never successful with no-ting.
  • Recognize no-ting by negative vibrations, patterns, energy waves, rhythms, negative sine waves, negative energies, and negative cycles.
  • See how many seconds, then minutes, then hours, then days you can go without no-ting.
  • Since self has three parts (heart, soul, mind), you can give one part to being no-ting.
  • Surrender ends no-thing; therefore, surrender allows a return to clarity and simplicity.
  • Surrender ends no-ting through unconditional acceptance and an end to trying.
  • Test the results of no-ting and learn for yourself.
  • The mind becomes no-ting.
  • The only no-ting available is nothing.
  • We hate no-ting when it is turned against us, but love it when we can turn it against others.
  • We prefer no-ting to love, peace, kindness, happiness, peace, success, and relationships.
  • We want things to fail so we can no-t them and other people.
  • What are you intending, wanting, wishing for, desiring, and emotionally seeking when you are no-ting?
  • What is your motivation for no-ting since its results are always bad?
  • When are you going to hold no-ting responsible?
  • When are you going to track the results of no-ting?
  • When things fail, we get to have no-ting about what should have been and no-ting about what should be; therefore, we are motivated to sabotage.
  • Who and what do you sacrifice to your lust for no-ting?
  • Why are there pride payoffs, and why is no-ting a pride payoff?
  • Why do we prefer no-ting despite its horrible results?
  • Why do you blame the signals for repeating that no-ting causes to repeat?
  • Why do you blame the signals that no-ting interferes with for the interference?
  • Why do you want to practice no-ting so badly?
  • Why does no-ting exist?
  • Why don’t you see no-thing as affecting that which it is used upon?
  • Why insist on changing using no-ting when it cannot work?
  • Why is there ego, and why does it love no-ting?
  • Why no-ting?
  • Why try to change signals or channels when you cannot?
  • You do the opposite of what you want to do when you try to do with no-ting.


  1. Energy: What kind of energy or power is it using, and does it increase?
  2. Sensation: What kind of experiences does it result in and seek?
  3. Mind: What kind of thinking does it exist on and promote?
  4. Social: What are the effects on your relationships?
  5. Work: Does it hinder your creativity and productivity at school or work?

From Daily Dose of Discernment: #Don’t #Don’t: 2017-05-27

• You cannot do something that does not exist; therefore, stop telling yourself not to do something, because that leaves you no choice but to do it.

• You cannot do something that does not exist; therefore, stop telling yourself not to forget something, because that leaves you no choice but to forget it.

• You cannot think something that does not exist; therefore, stop telling yourself not to think something, because that leaves you no choice but to think it.

• When you demand that you do not do something, you are demanding that you do “not” or nothing; therefore, your pressure to do must release on the only thing available: doing that which you do not want to do.

• You can use “do not” for information, facts, knowledge, and rules; but refrain from using “do not” for actions, behaviors, directions, practices, and procedures.

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