How would it be if instead of trying to resolve your problems using your intellect, you could simply dissolve them, as though they never existed? And what if this process could be absolutely effortless, if you'd only apply a few simple principles?
Seems far-fetched? Well, that is the premise of the newest book by my favorite author, Richard Dotts.
According to Richard Dotts, problems aren't meant to be solved, because to give them more focus would only be to perpetuate them.
No, problems must be dissolved, by completely shifting your focus away.
And he gives a simple three-step technique for doing exactly this in his newest book, Dissolve the Problem: by Shifting Physical Reality.