Zen Warrior of The Disappear World

The mindset of disappearing is to think of yourself as a Zen warrior of the disappear world. One who has the ability to see the past, the present and the future, separately and as one. Imagine yourself being a three-dimensional chess game where you exist in three physical dimensions and each dimension affects the other. Three-dimensional chess embraces the idea of taking a two-dimensional plane and adding an aerial (above) and underwater (below). I see it from the perspective of adding the past and the future into your current physical plane. Meaning, the actions that occurred prior to disappearing can affect your current disappeared state. Your current disappeared state can affect your future disappeared state. In addition, your past can affect your future. Everything is one in the disappear world.

So the question is how does one become a Zen warrior of the disappear world. It begins with your thought process and how you view being disappeared. The first step is to realize, understand and accept that disappearing is not about tools but a way of life. One should always exist in the here and now, which is the ultimate state of awareness. This awareness embraces the idea that there is no past, present of future, just that all is one. It is like standing on a tall building and you can see everything in front and everything behind you, while being in one place.

Why is this thought process important? Disappearing is like juggling, if you drop one ball the juggle ceases to exist. Disappearing is always about the past, present and future and if you drop one, your freedom will cease to exist. Only you can determine how the past can creep up on you and only you can determine which actions today can play a negative role in your future. You are the only strategist in your world, not some book. Therefore, be Zen in your thinking and warrior in your actions!

Frank M. Ahearn – http://www.Disappear.Info

Author of: The Art of Disappearing, According to Sun Tzu’s The Art of War