About Dr. Frank Kinslow

Dr. Frank J. Kinslow has been researching and teaching healing techniques for more than 35 years. He draws from his clinical experience as a chiropractic physician, in-depth studies into Eastern esoteric philosophies and practices, and an ardent love of relativity and quantum physics. In 2007, the Quantum Entrainment process of instant healing was born out of a personal crisis that left Dr. Kinslow with nowhere to go and nothing to do. Out of this nothing, he was able to create a vibrant and fulfilling life for himself. He began to teach and write with such simplicity and clarity that in just a few years, tens of thousands of people around the world were able to create vibrant and fulfilling lives for themselves just by reading his books. He continues to write and teach extensively. He resides in Sarasota, Florida, with his wife, Martina.

How Nothing Works (Part 1)

‘‘No matter what I tried, nothing worked. And then I got it. Nothing works!’’ ~ Frank Kinslow

I know that quoting myself may seem a little self-absorbed, but when I first made this discovery I was totally bowled over by its implications. This single revelation has sparked a revolution that has reduced suffering and improved the quality of life of many, many thousands around the globe. It is why we are meeting here, and I just wanted to share this insight with you.

What I have discovered does not depend on your mind, but on your awareness. Do you have awareness? Well of course you do, otherwise you would not be reading this blog/book. You don’t have to synthetically generate your awareness like you do with a positive emotion, right? When you are awake you are aware naturally and without effort. So this is our starting point, common everyday awareness.

The next ingredient in this remarkable recipe to remove suffering and increase success is perception. Perception is how you fill your awareness. We perceive through our senses: sight, taste, touch, smell, and hearing. When you see a flower, the image of the flower is thrown onto the retina of your eye. The perception of the flower on the retina is changed into electrical impulses which are transmitted to your brain. Your brain translates the electrical impulses into an image of the flower you are looking at. The whole process is automatic and instantaneous.

In this case you would see the flower but without awareness; you would not know that the flower exists. If your eye were a camera then perception would be the procedure of taking the picture – that is, getting the image of the flower through the lens and recorded on the memory card. In this analogy, awareness is the light that makes the whole process possible. Without light there is effectively no image of the flower and therefore no perception of the flower. As far as you are concerned, it does not exist.

YouTube Video: Pure Eufeeling: Awareness of Nothing [English/Japanese]

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio download: Eustillness Techniques

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar

The Art of Nothing (Part 4)

The process that I discovered does not require that you envision a positive outcome, think positive thoughts, or generate positive emotions. It does not require belief or faith or any peculiar talent or skill. Nor does it require affirmations or intentions or a vivid imagination from which to build your detailed utopian future. All of these efforts take place in your mind. Calling on a distressed mind to fix itself is a lot like asking the fox to guard the hen house. It rarely ends up the way we think it should. To fix a broken mind, you have to step beyond the mind. That is the first thing I will show you how to do.

As you progress through this blog, be easy with the concepts and experiences you find here. Some of the concepts may be new to you. Just let them simmer for a while on the back burners of your mind. No need to pressure yourself or struggle to understand everything right away. The experiences you will have by practicing the easy techniques will fill in the gaps for you. They are simple and create a feeling of welcoming naturalness. Your experiences will support the concepts you learn. You don’t need faith or belief. It is necessary that you only follow the instructions and rely on your own experience for verification.

Despite its seemingly esoteric nature, what you are about to learn is scientific and reproducible. I am as eager to teach you these remarkable techniques as I expect you are eager to learn. So we will begin the first step of the teaching in the next blog section “How Nothing Works”. Once you learn the techniques and begin practicing on your own, I will introduce you to the science behind the technique. Then we will look into the science of enlightenment, what it is and how it works. We will see what scientists are saying about it and discuss the actual experiences of people who are enlightened, so that you will recognize those experiences when they appear in you. Together we will explore what it means to become fully human.

I expect you will enjoy cooperating with this blog immensely. It will offer you a simple yet profound message. By the time you finish the last post you will have learned that you are complete just as you are, right now. You will have discovered a secret that has been hiding in plain view. You will realize that your troubles have only come from looking in the wrong direction for solutions. It is as if you have been standing on a promontory facing the side of the mountain. I will simply ask you to turn around. From this new perspective, this exalted height will open your vision to greater possibilities and potential. Thread by thread, the mysteries of your life will begin to unravel. You will wonder at the simplicity of it all and take great satisfaction in knowing that you are OK, and will be OK, as understanding replaces confusion and joy replaces consternation.

What does all this flowery talk mean in everyday, nuts and bolts, practical applications? Here are just a few things that you will be able to do when you have finished this blog:

  • Enjoy more success and enjoy your success more
  • Begin healing yourself and others in minutes
  • Discover where you are, where you need to go, and how to get there
  • Find yourself and love what you find
  • How to make the right decision
  • The negative effects of positive thinking
  • Love yourself and find that love in others
  • Know what it means to be enlightened
  • Begin a 90-day program to decrease discord and increase success
  • Have fun

Ready to begin? See you next week…

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar Info

YouTube Video: QE Intention and Universal Symphony [English/Japanese]

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Eustillness Techniques

YouTube Video: QE Demonstration (Calcified Shoulder) [English/French]

The Art of Nothing (Part 3)

Don’t you feel it? Don’t you feel that something seems to be missing, something basic and deeply primordial? Haven’t you ever asked yourself, “Is this all there is to life?” You may have asked this question in a quiet moment of reflection but then trampled it under foot on your way out the door to buy a bigger, brighter widget, find a sympathetic ear to bend, or indulge any of a plethora of electronic diversions to keep that tormenting question from resurfacing. It makes us uncomfortable because we don’t know what source gave birth to that question. More importantly, we don’t know how to satisfy it. But it is vital, not only to our mental health but for the survival of our species, that we find the source of this dis-ease.

In the short time that we spend together between the covers of this book I will offer you a revolutionary perspective on the current and precarious position that clearly defines why, despite our nearly infinite potential, we are foundering on the precipice of destruction. This new perspective is, in part, a rearrangement of existing research and theories that has created a new vision. It’s like rearranging letters of an old word to create a new word with greater depth of meaning. For instance, when you read the word “dog”, an image may pop into your mind of a hairy, four-legged, tail-wagging friend who enjoys the simple pleasures of life with you. Rearrange the letters d-o-g to spell g-o-d and you are confronted with the most profound mystery of life.

Knowledge is complete only when understanding is supported by experience. I will provide you both. Understanding what is wrong has little value unless you also learn how to fix it. This is particularly exciting as I have discovered a simple and natural process that has immediate results. What results? Why, I’m so glad you asked.

I have found a way to free your mind from the influence of negative emotions and thinking. Now, before you throw it into a heap with all of the other positive thinking, anti-judgment systems hear me out. What I offer you is uniquely and profoundly different. Traditional positive thinking systems require that you, well … Think positive. They tell you that if you can think positive then positive things will come to you. Most people find that this approach takes a great deal of effort to perpetuate and time to realize, with a high incidence of failure. In fact, recent neurological research (see QE Blog: Science – A New Direction [Parts 2 & 3]) indicates that a positive mental attitude is more the result of the individual’s natural make-up than manufactured happiness. Thinking positive thoughts has very little lasting effect on the psychophysiological structure of the individual.

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar Info

YouTube Video: QE Intention and Universal Symphony [English/Japanese]

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Eustillness Techniques

YouTube Video: QE Demonstration (CalcifiedShoulder) [English/French]

The Art of Nothing (Part 2)

We have so much potential. Don’t you think so? My goodness, but what we can do. I could list the usual things like putting a man on the moon, the pyramids, heavier-than-air flight, and so on and so forth. Compared to the other species with which we co-habit this earth, our progress has been phenomenal. And we are continuing to grow, in so many ways, exponentially.

We are progressing by leaps and bounds. Look how far we have come in just the last 100 years. If you were to visit a city in the United States at the turn of the 20th century you would find people of the day heating by coal or wood, lighting by candle or gas, local locomotion by foot or horse, and the nightly contents of the chamber pot emptied each morning at the family outhouse. Poverty, illiteracy, social prejudice and injustice, and religious intolerance were the norm. But all that has changed dramatically.

The United States is the quintessential rags-to-riches story, but it doesn’t look like it is moving toward a happy ending. That is what this blog is about, happy endings, not for just the United States but for every individual in every country, from every race, spiritual orientation, educational background, financial standing, and level of personal health, on this Earth. Big words, I know, but what if I could actually back them up? Would the chance to realize your personal Utopia be worth the time it takes to read this little blog? If I am wrong, at the very least you can have a good laugh at the ravings of a madman. But if I am right …

We have vision and imagination and good intentions. We have come a long way from hunting and gathering, and still there is so much more to grow. But despite our overwhelming progress, we don’t seem to be satisfied. We seem to have bottomed out in the contentment department. But what is it that we are really trying to do? What is our endgame? When everything is said and done, what will we have … who will we be?

We have the survival thing nailed down. Let me amend that statement. We are experts at basic survival. Shelter and food and procreation are, for us, no-brainers. Don’t get me wrong. There are still pockets of poverty and strife, where one’s very life breath is threatened on a daily basis – but that is the result of local circumstances and not for lack of know-how. Yes, we are masters of basic survival, but oddly enough the survival of our species is in doubt. That’s because we were meant for a grander good. Don’t you think so?

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar Info

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Eustillness Techniques

YouTube Video: QE Demonstration (CalcifiedShoulder) [English/French]

The Art of Nothing (Part 1)

‘‘How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then to rest afterward.’’ ~Spanish proverb

Picture a world where you are following your innermost desires, doing the work that you are naturally drawn to do and love. It dovetails perfectly with your talents and interests. Your work regenerates you rather than tiring you out. Time flies by almost too quickly. Like the flickering splinters of a lit sparkler, creativity burns within you. You are self-motivated, take pride in your work, and feel like you are a cohesive and contributing part of a grander plan. You are complete. In essence you are living in accord with your natural talents and interests, at one within yourself and with your environment.

Now zoom out so that you are looking down on a city of people just like you. Each is a productive and prodigious part of a grander plan. With little conscious effort, each soul supports the other joyfully and with selfless purpose. Conflicts still exist but are resolved from a level of creative exuberance, joy, and playfulness. Distorting emotions and aberrant behavior are all but nonexistent. This city is not a place of individual minds, methodologies, and self-serving agendas. It is an entity unto itself. It is alive, a whole being, more than the sum of its parts, a vibrant reflection of the contentment and creativity of its inhabitants.

Now zoom out further so that you are looking down on the whole Earth, that liquid blue marble spinning silently, powerfully on its axis. Know that every individual of every city of every country is living in perfect harmony within Nature. We all have this vision of Utopia inside us. It came with us when we burst into this world and drew that first blazing breath of life into our lungs. It was there in childhood before we were taught our limitations. Then it was set aside, sequestered in the dungeons within, those dark places where we chain our most animated dreams until they tire and weaken. And there they slumber in the darkness, waiting. It takes but a single shard of sunlight to scatter the darkness and reawaken even our deepest dreams.

This is what you will learn in this blog. You will discover the sunlight that already abides within you. This is not something you must acquire. You do not need to train or travel. You already have everything you need to see that light. You need only look in the direction of the sun, and memory leaps to life becoming a living reality.

Webinar: QE Healing Webinar Info

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Nothing Works Techniques

YouTube Video: The Genius of QE Is in Doing Nothing   [English/French]

YouTube Video: We Are All One [English/Japanese]

A New Direction – the Negative Side of Positive Thinking (Part 6)

You could well ask, “How is the Stoics negative-neutralizing-positive approach any different from the positive thinker’s positive-neutralizing-negative orientation?” There is a subtle distinction but an extremely important one for all who search for fulfillment. Positive thinkers want to replace negativity with positivity, a kind of denial of reality. Stoics, and a number of other systems that accentuate the negative, do not look to supplant positive emotions. Rather, they strive to recognize the reality that negative and positive both exist, and that the realization of such frees one from struggling to achieve happiness. In other words, they look for the still state that underlies and connects both worlds. The Stoics are searching for EuStillness.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Stoics and other negative-visualization advocates, law-of-attraction practitioners and other positive thinkers, as well as those minds stuffed full of the mundane, the magnificent, or even the magical, are all searching for the same thing: EuStillness. EuStillness is the ground state connecting, supporting, and inner-penetrating all worlds, negative and positive. In fact, when aware of EuStillness the contrast between negative and positive begins to soften. I guess a good analogy would be sugar cubes in water. Place a few inches of water in a tumbler. Drop in two sugar cubes: one represents negative and the other positive. Watch as the integrity of each cube dissolves first into each other and then, in time, disappearing into the water itself. What is called for is a way to resolve the apparent struggle between the forces of positive and negative. We are looking for some process or perception that allows you to know both positive and negative and, more importantly, the unifying essence, the glue that binds the two. Or, in the case of the sugar cubes, the water into which both the negative and positive cubes dissolve.

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Nothing Works Techniques

YouTube Video: QE Demonstration (Calcified Shoulder) English/French

A New Direction – the Negative Side of Positive Thinking (Part 5)

Negative visualization offers another more substantial advantage over positive thinking, and that is the reduction of anxiety. Positive thinking will have you visualize that you already have what you are seeking. Now, you not only have to energetically maintain that illusion but you have to combat the fear of losing it. This phenomenon is especially evident in people who are “always happy”. They tend to overtly push hyper-happiness ahead of them with exaggerated beaming smiles like radar searching for sustenance. But their eyes forsake them. The muscles around their eyes are strained and pinched. Instead of the spontaneous spark of life, deep within their eyes you will find only bewilderment torched by fear. What is it they fear? They fear the loss of the illusion, something they never owned in the first place. Imagine how unsettling it is to fear losing something you never had in the first place.

Our fear of loss is almost always exaggerated. How many times have you worried about something going wrong and when it finally did it wasn’t as bad as you had imagined? This is almost always the case. Negative visualization brings the actual loss into focus and reduces or eliminates the fear of the unknown. It gives you a more realistic vision of possibilities. The higher you build your castle in the air the farther you have to fall back to earth. The Stoics would have you live closer to reality right here on Earth. But as I have mentioned before, there is nothing wrong with having your head in the clouds as long as your feet are on the ground.

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Nothing Works Techniques

YouTube Video: Eufeeling Dissolves Desire

A New Direction – the Negative Side of Positive Thinking (Part 4)

There is a counterculture to positive thinking, a kind of hidden in plain sight non-movement slowly gaining momentum. At first I thought the negative thinking advocates were simply a backlash, a kind of sour grapes movement against the sucrose sweet teachings of positive thinking. But not at all, and you are going to love this. They have been around since the sandaled feet of the ancient Greeks beat a dusty path to the Parthenon. I am talking about the school of philosophy called Stoicism which blossomed shortly after the death of Aristotle. According to Oliver Burkeman, author of The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking, the Stoic’s ideal state of mind was inner peace, not exuberant happiness. And this is an important point. They were actually applying negativity to counterbalance the overtly optimistic, to settle somewhere in between. The Stoics sought through reason what Newton’s third law of motion discovered through, well, motion. They were looking for equilibrium.

According to Burkeman, “Rather than struggling to avoid all thought of these worst-case scenarios, they counsel actively dwelling on them, staring them in the face.” The technique they employ is negative visualization. Here’s how it works. When we find something that we enjoy or even love we soon acclimate to its presence and it does not offer us that same level of happiness. It doesn’t matter if it’s our brand-new whiz-bang, super-duper smart phone or our loving and always supportive partner, in a short amount of time our interest lessens and then our level of enjoyment drops. The object of happiness then fades into the background. Negative visualization dictates that we contemplate the loss of that entity. Negative visualization would have you picture what life would be like without your smart phone or your partner. When your increased awareness falls on that object of happiness it rejuvenates your interest and increases your level of enjoyment. Reminding yourself that you could lose something automatically increases your appreciation of it.

Negative visualization offers another more substantial advantage over positive thinking, and that is the reduction of anxiety. Positive thinking will have you visualize that you already have what you are seeking. Now, you not only have to energetically maintain that illusion but you have to combat the fear of losing it. This phenomenon is especially evident in people who are “always happy”. They tend to overtly push hyper-happiness ahead of them with exaggerated beaming smiles like radar searching for sustenance. But their eyes forsake them. The muscles around their eyes are strained and pinched. Instead of the spontaneous spark of life, deep within their eyes you will find only bewilderment torched by fear. What is it they fear? They fear the loss of the illusion, something they never owned in the first place. Imagine how unsettling it is to fear losing something you never had in the first place.

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Audio Downloads: Nothing Works Techniques 

YouTube Video: The Genius of QE Is in Doing Nothing

A New Direction – the Negative Side of Positive Thinking (Part 3)

In her book The Willpower Instinct, Stanford University psychologist Dr. Kelly McGonigal, who has one of the most popular classes in Stanford history, tells us that making a resolution or affirmation makes us feel good at the moment, but creates an unrealistic or optimistic expectation of the future. It creates a kind of satisfaction or relaxation that does not allow us to have a realistic idea of the present and the future. They actually make us far less motivated to get back on track and reach our goals. When we fail to reach our goals we can feel guilty or frustrated. The harder we are on ourselves, the harder it is for us to be successful. It sets us up for a bigger fail.

Heather Barry Kapps and Gabriele Oettingen, conducting research out of New York University and the University of Hamburg, also found that positive thinking resulted in less energy and poor achievement. The reason cited for the poor achievement of generated positive thinking, “… [positive thinking] does not generate enough energy to pursue the desired future.” But they didn’t stop there. Oettingen had her subjects think about the realistic obstacles to achieving their goals. In essence, the test subjects injected a healthy dose of reality to balance the pie-in-the- sky positivity. In positive thinking parlance, this reality is considered negativity. What was the result? Oettingen’s subjects who included possible obstacles to reaching their goals outperformed those participants who only focused on the possible positive outcome.

Negativity is a reality. Negativity has value. It does no good to deny its existence or try to neutralize its impact by playing the law-of-attraction game. Those who try to neutralize negativity not only find it a drain on spontaneous living but find it necessary to generate copious amounts of energy to maintain a mood of success in the face of continual failure. You will see a forced and frozen smile on their face and fear in their eyes. They know the force of evolution is working against them but don’t know how to stop it. They don’t know they shouldn’t try. It’s like trying to maintain the integrity of your sand castle when the tide is coming in.

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing

Nothing Works Techniques (Audio Downloads)

QE Demonstration (Calcified Shoulder) English/French

A New Direction – The Negative Side of Positive Thinking (Part 2)

(Excerpt from When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing)

If positive thinking were benign, a useless dalliance of the mind, then it would be nothing more than a frivolous waste of time. But positive thinking is not benign. Ironically, positive thinking can have negative psychological backlash. You may be surprised at this revelation, but when you understand the mechanism you will know it to be true from your own experience. Let’s take a few minutes to explore these negative effects and how we can over- come them. Remember, our job is not to eliminate positive thinking. That would be ridiculous. Our job is to eliminate the negative effects of the improper application of positive thinking. And for that we have the perfect tool. But before we get to that, let’s take a quick look at what others have to say about the negative effects of positive thinking.

A study by researchers Ayelet Fishbach from the University of Chicago and Jinhee Choi from Korea Business School found that when you stay focused on your goals, you diminish your ability to enjoy what you are doing. Less satisfaction in the doing translates to a decreased ability to reach your goal. Their subjects were asked to work out in a gym. One group focused on the goal, for instance running on a treadmill, while the other group, without a goal just focused on the experience of the workout. The group that focused on their goal had more enthusiasm but less success than the non-goal-oriented group. Additionally, the goal-oriented group felt that the exercise was more of an effort than the other group. Apparently, keeping your eye is on the goal diminishes your ability to enjoy what you are doing right now. In essence you are living an illusion skewed toward a positive outcome rather than facing the present reality.

Information: The Kinslow System™

Technique: Stop Thought Experience

Book: When Nothing Works Try Doing Nothing