Part magickal lab report, part meditation companion, part coloring book, part anthology, the Cult of Counting Handbook marks the culmination of over 8 years of practice and study into the meditation practice of silent counting. Developed in 2011 as our response to Eckhart Tolle's advice in The Power of Now to bring awareness to the spaces between thoughts, silent counting persists 8 years later as a remarkably direct and efficient pathway to the present.
Placing a singular focus on counting silently or aloud boosts mood and activates miracles. The practice of counting sharpens focus, quiets the mind and opens the door to infinite intelligence.
Only your thoughts can make you feel bad. Counting stops all the worries that cause stress, fear and anxiety. This break from thinking returns you to your natural state of feeling good, which manifests into a better-feeling reality. Counting is an excellent manifestation technique. It helps you get out of your own way!
Remembering to feel good is your only work. The more humans counting, the less the collective consciousness is focused on resistance and problems. The more humans counting, the more peace on Earth.
The Cult of Counting Handbook is a journal for visualizing your counting practice. As you count, record your activity with hashmarks, dots, drawing or coloring and blissfully slip into the present moment. Note your epiphanies and shifts in mood to build your faith and remember your power. When you finish each exercise, the marks you made will be a record of your bliss—a hypnotizing work of art with the power to transport you to another dimension. The back of each exercise is blank; cut them out and display them in around your home or office as a reminder of your power... and a portal to its center. Interspersed with authors’ journal entries, guided meditations, and practitioner spotlights, the Cult of Counting Handbook is an immersion program into the transcendent magick of counting meditation.
Praise for Cult of Counting
“This is an amazing exercise of the mind. A few weeks ago, I would have never believed my mind would get off the hamster wheel of life just by writing numbers. I now know that was low level thinking. So, worth the download. Once you try it; you will love it. Coloring and counting my way to a new way of thinking.” — Christina D.