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“In the course of the training it became progressively clear to me that the experience underlying the training and the conceptualization of this experience have deep affinities with the phenomena presented and analyzed in Martin Heidegger’s Being and Time.”

“…It is directly manifest in the training that est embodies a powerful and coherent truth which transforms the quality of the lives of those who experience it. Moreover, this truth contains radically new insights into the nature of human beings.” From “Assessment of the Philosophical Significance of The est Training” by Hubert Dreyfus

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One creates from nothing.

If you try to create from something you
first have to be able to create nothing.

So in order to create something you
first have to be able to create nothing.

To make sure a person doesn’t find out
who he is, convince him that he
can’t really make anything disappear.

All that’s left then is to resist,
solve, fix, help or change things.

That’s trying to make
something out of something.

-Werner Erhard

Werner Erhard 2009

Werner Erhard 2009