Doubt and Belief or ‘Yes, but…’ and beyond


After participating in Kiran’s two days seminar in Bucharest, I had a new understanding about how doubting and believing hinders my work with CoRe.

For me, both are a result of what I would call left-brain ‘stagnant polarity thinking’, a state of mind that hinders the transformation of Consciousness into Information. They are colored by an emotional state, negative when doubting, positive when believing. It means that I am not actually ‘thinking’ – and much less understanding – but simply emotionally reacting. I don’t remember ever feeling joy when doubting, or sadness when believing!

What would be the next step, if I wish for myself to have a glimpse of ‘The Truth’ and for my clients to get best results with CoRe? On one level, to accept and at the same time to let go of doubt-belief. To cross over to trust and… just work! On another level, to remember the intention and focus on it: to help people live a life and not just survive the ups and downs that happen on the way.

While writing these thoughts I had an understanding of how Buddhism teaches… Dynamic Labile Equilibrium (DLE). The Buddhism core principle of ‘helping sentient beings to remove the cause of suffering and to obtain happiness’ can be seen as helping them to let go of ‘attachment’ = stagnation = disease (physical, mental, emotional dis-ease) and to experience ‘enlightenment’ = DLE.

Does this sound ‘too much’, or ‘too pretentious’? Maybe yes, maybe no… Depending on how you look at it… With one eye, with two eyes or with all three… From below or from above… As above, so below? … Yes, but… The Persian poet Hafiz tells us that if you pull the chair from under the mind, you can hear God laughing!

In friendship,

Daniela Andreescu


About Author

After having worked for 30 years in an Embassy, in 2007 I founded Art of Change . In 2008, after participating in a seminar about the CoRe System held by Kiran, I joined the setting up of the Inergetix Technology Center – Meta Coaching in Bucharest I work as a Consultant in Ecological Communication and Interpersonal Relations (the E.S.P.E.R.E. © Method) and with the CoRe System I work as a Personal Coach (Meta-Coaching, life vision & enhancement, Energy-for-Life, holistic personal transformation). In my practice I also use the Enneagram (Gurdjieff and modern Enneagram) and alternative healing modalities (Pranic Healing, Reiki, Qi Gong, MDH Shamballa, Medicine Buddha). My current favorite quote is: “The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.” (Michelangelo)

1 Comment

  1. Rodiani Voreadou on

    Let me add that, in our tradition (greek) it has been said that

    “practicing Orthodoxy is like walking on the sharp edge of a knife”

    (speaking of Eastern Christian Orthodoxy).

    It seems where there is DLE, east or west, there truth is to be found.