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finds its roots in the essence of all authentic non-dual spiritual traditions of the world. Fundamental human realisation is a non-dual condition existing beyond the fixed idea of a subject inside an individual mind.
The Guided Meditation: a Complete Approach to Happiness and to a Personal and Spiritual Realization
In a few weeks, thanks to this simple meditation method that lasts for just 30 minutes, you will be able to gain:
√ A feeling of spontaneous joy, inner freedom, physical and mental energy, emotional balance
√ Mental clarity: the “clear thinking” experience, and the ability to make the right decisions in the right moment
√ Tremendous health benefits and longevity
√ The ability to solve problems and overcome obstacles in a positive and creative way, for the good of everyone involved
√ Maturity and autonomy: not being influenced by the others, ability to recognize and fulfill your own aspirations
Meditation is not just a simple relaxation technique; it is a natural and profound method, which gradually helps you to train your inner strength, transform your mind and therefore your life. The results are permanent, being a gradual and incremental system: everything you gain and realize stays with you.
The "Yoga of Light" finds its roots in the essence of all authentic non-dual spiritual traditions of the world. Fundamental human realisation is a non-dual condition existing beyond the fixed idea of a subject inside an individual mind.
This specific technique contains the most important and fundamental steps of an entire course of spiritual development and realization, and retains all the authenticity of the spiritual path from which it comes from.
What is “Spiritual Realization”?
It is the realization of unconditional happiness!
Ideally, this is a practice, hence it should be scheduled daily and should be done regularly, in order to train and develop your mind. Having a daily practice is one of the biggest fortunes conceivable in this life, because it means you have a tool that you can work with, to evolve and to develop your potential.
Ultimately, the essence of meditation is to work on your mind, to develop your capacity and to improve yourself for the benefit of others.
Experiencing one's mind through a practice is of great benefit: the practitioner trains his/her mind, so that he/she is not merely trying to escape the unpleasant circumstances (of which our existence is full) and chase the pleasant ones, but he/she is able to embrace both and navigate through life’s changes, always giving the best of oneself. The mere fact of deciding to meditate creates an indescribable internal strength: at the beginning you clearly see the results (relaxation, the ability to operate with difficult circumstances, etc.) but after a while you encounter a certain monotony: by overcoming it, the real results arrive. It is like taking small doses of suffering every day, in order to become completely immune from it. Self-discipline transforms you and helps you to give the best of yourself in every situation (a path of autonomy) and to set a good example for others.