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Class - The Path to Spiritual Freedom

$150.00

The Path to Spiritual Freedom
January 23 and 24, 2015
9am - 5 pm in Boulder
Location given upon registration

Being able to stabilize Change
How many times have you been able to change your mind without later returning to the same conditions you wanted to change? Being able to stabilize change, in order to change your mind again, could be called ‘enlightenment’.

This is the meditation which indicates, as an objective to aim for, continuous transformation. This is the capacity to always reconsider everything, in order to reach a superior order, with more results from less effort, like a modern microchip compared to a huge old 1950’s computer. Superior order means greater complexity!

If life is constant change, and truth is a crystal with many facets, no human being, no one philosophy can contain the whole truth. True solidity can be created only when all certainties are demolished, as any certainty is only partial. When you are looking for a new balance, it is okay to feel a bit disorientated, because all your existence is based upon the acquisition of information, elements, knowledge. If you feel too certain, it means that you believe that you have understood everything, and then you are really silly. You cannot ever comprehend everything, you can always understand more.
Securities are surely guard rails, points of reference along the road, but often they turn into the bars of a cage where your capacity to express yourself is confined. Culture itself becomes an instrument for domesticating your mind. You should travel inside yourself to face your own doubts.  Not to annihilate them - doubt is always the driving force for all research - but to turn them into stimuli to broaden yourself through an optimum adaptability to the changing of events.

Continuous change does not mean a chaotic situation, but guided transformation to better and reach a superior result with fewer means and less expense of energy.

How many times have you been able to change your mind without later returning to the same conditions you wanted to change? Being able to stabilise change, in order to change your mind again, could be called ‘enlightenment’.
Into practice

Colour: Yellow Gold: the warmth of sunlight.

Chakra: Solar Plexus

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