Why quantum grammar is not like Church, or maybe it is… For some people every Sunday morning come rain or shine…The local farmers sell their fresh fruit and vegetables at the organic markets.

There’s stalls set in a rectangular with an open space in the centre for customers to sit at the tables and chairs…

Munching on organic breakfast delights, listening to local musicians strumming on guitars, didgeridoos, bongo drums or whatever, while slurping organic coffee and fruit-juices, soaking in the vibes…

It’s like church…

Because come rain or sunshine, every Sunday morning, religiously, there’s a group (mainly women) who meet to chew the fat… Discussing fairies at the bottom of the garden, or natural remedies for curing ailments…

Then there’s another section of the community attending their local institutional church, singing a few songs, listening to sermons, throwing a few shekels in the plate…

Perhaps hoping that by “doing the right thing” once a week they’ll earn their place in heaven…

Then there’s people who dabble with Quantum Grammar…

Why Quantum Grammar?

They’ll watch the occasional video, skipping through the boring parts, and grabbing onto a few colons, hyphens and square brackets

And throwing shekels at some-fancy-pants-self-proclaimed- “Federal-Postal-Judge” to buy their magic-wand-(aka Claim-of-live-life)-ticket-to-freedom.

Here’s the thing… Each of those above mentioned communities have a nice-warm-fuzzy-feeling that they’re part of something special…

Just doing “enough”, but not really doing anything.

Why Quantum Grammar believers study each day?

They incorporate their teachings into every day life, and they do it not just “to be seen”, but they do it because it’s part of who they are…

Learning Quantum Grammar is about changing the way you live your life

The best source to learn quantum grammar is by reading dwmlc.net, buying a copy of his book, and watching DWM videos.

Changing how you think…

And changing the words you use every day.

Also changing the way you interact with your loved-ones, your family, friends, customers, clients, work colleagues and peer groups

Why Quantum Grammar? It’s all about seeing wrong-doings, then stopping and correcting those wrong-doings…

And the first place to start, is by looking in the mirror

Listening to yourself. The language you use. And the way you talk… Think about any time you have an argument with someone…

ARG= vowel+two consonants = No contract

What do we argue about? Why Quantum Grammar Is [Not] Like Church?