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Nonconceptuality is a method of inquiry into the nature of Reality and the Self. If it seems to you that something is amiss, something’s “not right”, and if that something seems to be getting progressively “more not right”, Nonconceptuality is an inquiry into what that something is, and even why it is. If you are seeking for answers; for THE answer, you should walk the path of Nonconceptuality for a while.

Just to let you know, this will not be easy. No concepts or belief systems are immune to the rigor of this investigation. Your level of resistance to the teaching will manifest in proportion to your level of attachment to those beliefs.

The Nonconceptual path is in polar-opposition to the path that the collective of human consciousness is travelling. Nearly all of humanity’s actions are an attempt to reinforce the illusion (ego/Maya/ignorance) and if you are doing the exact opposite, your life will dramatically change course. Many of the ego-based relationships of your old life will fall away and you will find freedom from karmic cycles that keep the ego, and suffering, prevalent.     

The most important thing about Nonconceptuality is that it reveals a message from God (Self), reminding you that you are God. The purpose of life itself is to come to this remembering. The reasoning that leads to this conclusion is contained within the theory. Part of this reasoning is that the message has been discovered rather than created, and something fundamental is not created, but rather, recognized.

The other most important thing about Nonconceptuality is that you don’t have to accept or understand the message in order to engage in the practice, as the practice is the transcendence of thought itself. As the name implies, to practice Nonconceptuality is to transcend the very concepts that constitute the theory itself, which is the conclusion of the theory (and indeed all theories). In this way the theory cannot control you or change your thought patterns because it is clearing your consciousness of all systems of thought and beliefs, and not replacing them.

Essentially, a Nonconceptualist engages in the transcendence of thought. While this practice has been used by many a cult-leader as part of the programming formula, Nonconceptuality does not engage in any type of reprogramming; it’s all deprogramming. Nonconceptuality posits that thought itself is that which “is amiss”, and the way in which to test this theory is by witnessing the thought process itself. This investigation obviously cannot be done via the thought process. Thought should not be that which validates or refutes thought. Such a system is a positive feedback loop that instantly pulls consciousness into delusion. Pure, unbiased observation in conjunction with one’s own direct experience constitute the system (outside of thought) used by Nonconceptuality, to evaluate thought.

The theory holds that this “something that feels amiss” is the system of thought itself, and that the only way to test the validity of thought itself is by observing the process from outside of the process. Human consciousness has fallen into the routine of validating thought via further thought, and Nonconceptuality suggests that this very process is what has pulled human consciousness deeper into delusion and suffering.

The method of inquiry consists of theory and practice.



The theory always points to the experience. The practice (the “One-Step Path”) is the transmission of the theory into experience. The practice is the experiment that tests the theory. The testing ground upon which the theory is refuted or validated, is your direct experience. If following Nonconceptuality doesn’t decrease ignorance and suffering, as well as increase understanding and happiness, then it is incorrect for you and must be refuted and abandoned.

Given that the theory is always pointing to the experience, at any given time one can transcend the theory and engage directly in the practice.

In fact, you can transcend the rest of the theory altogether because I’m going to jump right to the final step. If you remember the following teaching and engage in the practice to the best of your ability, you will be taking the most direct route of the path; the path that is just one-step.

The One-Step path is:


Another way of wording it is:

When you become aware that you are focused on the voice in your head, pay equal attention to the time it’s not talking.

This simple practice is the highest of all Spiritual teaching. You have made it to the top of the mountain and only One-Step remains. There is but one practice; one step. Completion may be realized upon taking it once, or completion may be realized by taking it one million times, but for the Nonconceptualist, completion is inevitable.  

The theory comprises primarily of three models: “The Fundamental Model Of Reality” model, the “Metasingularity” model, and the "Evolutionary Number System" model. The theory holds that the information contained within these models are messages implanted/programmed within the operational mechanism of creation, by the creator, to assist consciousness on its path of remembrance. Upon consciousness reaching certain levels of delusion a clue is revealed as to get one back onto the correct path. Human consciousness is on the path (thought) leading to increasing delusion, and these messages are thusly being triggered and are being revealed. The misinterpretation of these messages has led to the misuse of the information, which in turn is leading human consciousness even deeper into delusion.



The practice aspect of Nonconceptuality is called “The One-Step Path”. Essentially it is simply finding, and abiding in/as thought free Awareness.

The theory is always pointing to the practice. Theory that is not transcended into/as the practice is simply more Maya/ignorance.

Nonconceptuality is exactly what it implies. The practice will reveal what it does.

And yes, it will require first priority in your life, and it may take a relatively “long time” to completely realize True Self. But, as the theory suggests, this endeavor is the purpose of life, so is there really anything more important to do?

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