Lester’s Greatest Gift to Becoming Resilient to a Pandemic

Do you feel threatened with it yet?

Probably.

You would have to be completely out of it not to feel threatened.

All these messages, firing at you all day and night about Covid-19. Over the television. Over the news. Over the internet!

Everybody conspiring to scare you to death. Or better said, about death.

Let’s clear up something right now, early on. From Lester: “If you feel sick, try to cure it spiritually. If you can’t cure it spiritually, do it mentally. If you can’t cure it mentally, see a doctor.” (From Lester’s Autobiography, No Attachments, No Aversions. It’s a fun read. Full of fantastic insights. If you don’t own it, grab it right away.)

Here’s something else Lester said, “What comes out of your mouth is much worse for you than anything you put into it.”

That last bit is dedicated to all those so-called friends who insist on telling you and me and everyone within earshot, that the delicious morsel we’re about to put in our mouth is bad for us and will probably do some bad thing to us.

Stop it already with programming others about what’s good for them and what’s bad for them. Not to mention making yourself crazy trying to keep track of all that falderal. Particularly because yesterday’s bad for you is today’s good for you, according to the latest study, of course.

It’s very freeing to get out of the “good for you, bad for you” fear habit. Try it. You’ll like it.

(A not so subtle hint: What’s actually bad for you, and me, and all the rest of us, is our thinking!)

It’s the stories you’ve cooked-up and tell, or should I say, sell, yourself all the time. This is good for you. That is bad for you. This will hurt you. That will help you. Somebody fed all of that to you. You swallowed it hook, line, and sinker at three years old. Now it’s a rock solid conviction making you nervous as heck.

And it’s more limitation. It’s believing your thoughts. The obvious ones that say, you can’t do this, you can’t do that. The less obvious ones. The ones that keep you on edge, feeling out of control and insecure. Such as the thought that says, you are this body. Once you believe that myth, you’re prey to all of those who want to make a lot of money off your belief that you must protect and medicate this body.

Example: The News blasts out all the many ways the body you think you are is threatened with a virus or death.

The medical industrialists make up mysterious code like ABCD or XYZX. Call it: “multiple diagnoses.”

All the bad things that can and probably will happen to you. That’s what the medical industrialists and their lackeys in the media want you to believe.

Not to worry about those life-threatening viruses. We have an antibody or fascine to clear that up. Only $100 for a 30 day supply. Unless you have insurance. Then lucky you, maybe only $20. And please pay attention to the side effects. It could make you fall asleep at the wheel. It could make you feel worse than you do now. It could kill you. But, hurry up, call your doctor for a free sample supply.

No kidding. You know the way they like to say it these days, really? As in, you’re not serious are you?

People line up, lemming like, by the millions. They can’t wait to get started because it might cure their XYZ. Or kill them, and then they won’t have to worry about what they call “their” XYZ anymore. The U.S. makes up 5% of the world’s population. Yet Americans consume 80% of the world’s pain-killers, 99% of the world’s Vicodan, 30 million plus are on sleeping pills. A friend of mine was having trouble sleeping after a trip abroad. He asked me if I take sleeping pills. My response was, “What’s wrong with not sleeping?” What’s wrong with letting go of resisting, letting go of wanting control and just allowing yourself to toss and turn? It’s not the lack of sleep causing you to feel out of sorts. It’s your resistance.

Some people are already mad about what they’ve read so far. It’s because most of us humans, identified with and run by ego, secretly admire troubles and problems. They give us a sense of self. False though it is. If I can say, I have XYZ, in a perverse way it gives me a feeling comfort. Watch. People say, “my XYZ.” “My ABC.” “My epizootic.” As if it’s their treasured possession.

A recent piece in the Release Magazine was called the “Epidemic of Diagnoses.” That’s the real sickness—all the diagnoses. But we can give you an MRI. Be sure to bring your ID card.

Sneeze. Then run to a website and read all the possible diagnoses for sneezing. It could be this. It could be that. If it’s the other thing, rush yourself to the hospital and get tested.

Those TV commercials are designed to make you wonder: “Maybe that’s what causes my (fill in the blank).”

Someone has the sniffles. A person nearby is almost sure to say, “You must be coming down with Covad.”

Sneeze. Somebody freaks out. They cover their mouth and nose and say, “You’re getting a cold or you should be tested for Covad.”

There’s a pandemic happening. Disinfectant wipes are clogging up the sewers. Seriously. The medical industrialists have millions of us so scared that we’re washing our hands all day and night with disinfectant wipes.

We, infinite, unlimited beings, afraid of something so infinitesimally small that it takes a very powerful microscope just to see it, said Lester.

Eisenhower called-out the military industrial complex. Let’s call-out the medical industrial complex. They’re objective is to make money. Big money. They sell you on diagnoses. Military industrial complexes need wars. Medical industrial complexes need sick people. You really think they want to cure disease and put themselves out of business?

The medical industrial complex wants to program us. It wants to create expectations of sickness in us. With those expectations, we create what we hold in mind.

No surprise that you feel threatened.

The real threat is simply your thinking. Most people firmly believe what they think. Thoughts overwhelm them non-stop. Sickness advertising promotes thoughts that say, you’re probably going to get sick and die.

You feel threatened and out of control. You’re convinced all these forces are out to get you. You’ve developed expectations of trouble and problems.

What to do about it: “Change your thinking and you change the world for you,” said Lester.

Change your beliefs about sickness. You are an unlimited being—imperturbable—no one or no thing can ever bother you.

Change your belief that you are this body. Mute the drug commercials. Turn off the news.

People think they need to clean up their diet. What they really need to do is clean up the noise they’re allowing into their mind; from TV, from the media with their constant focus on what’s wrong, what’s bad, what’s out to get you.

Stop letting them persuade you. Stop letting them manipulate you. Stop faking it that you are this limited being subject to microscopic bugs, politicians, government, and threats of all kinds.

If you insist on faking something, why not fake your mastership? “Fake it ‘till you make it.”

“Make your behavior like that of a master, “ said Lester. See that you are unlimited. Let go and find out. Could it get even better? Let go and find out.

Release lacking control. Release insecurity. Be not the doer. Surrender all that fear to the Infinite Self—the real You.

Apply the Six Steps.

Change your thinking and you change the world for you.

And no one and nothing can bother you. Take the Health, Wellness and Resilience Tele-course starting on May 18th.