This morning four hummingbirds sat around the outside feeder and drank in peace. This is amazing. Normally, hummingbirds fight with each other. They don't cooperate. They aren't at peace. They aren't loving.
Why are they all drinking together this morning?
Yesterday was the ending of the third live seminar on Zero Limits with me and Dr. Hew Len. It was one of the most loving and yet intense events of my life. Hundreds of people came from all over the world to experience it.
Dr. Hew Len revealed new cleaning methods, talked about deeper aspects of his way to the Divine, and more. I spoke of my own changes and revealed new stories.
We both took questions from the audience. Everyone left either feeling at peace or knowing how to get there.
Apparently that love spilled over to the hummingbirds. It's a wonderful metaphor and message: When you are at peace, the world becomes peaceful.
Ever since the 2007 publication of the best-selling book Zero Limits, written by me and Dr. Hew Len, people have had some key questions. I decided to answer the most common ones here.
May these questions and answers help lead you to peace—just like the hummingbirds.
1. I noticed that the order of the phrases are never the same. I've heard that the order matters, and then I hear that it doesn't. I'm afraid that I will do this wrong and that my misunderstanding of the process will adversely affect the outcome.
It doesn't matter what order you say the phrases ...