These days there are also some people who go around and teach others by saying “There is nothing to do, dont do anything.” This amazes me especially when considering that these very same people have verifiably engaged in massive effort and work upon themselves over time periods of many years and possibly lifetimes. To tell somebody who might be at the beginning of the journey that there is no work to be done is simply painfully inappropriate. Another reminder: a person who has known Samadhi or even is anchored in it continues to have the capacity for committing mistakes on various levels.
A human being who has experienced Samadhi will be altered forever. The experience represents a freedom beyond anything that could be described and for that reason it is a haunting experience that can only propel us to seek out situations and conditions where Samadhi happens again. And again and again. Until one day the seeker has disappeared forever and returns no more.
RETREAT IN JAPAN
During this retreat we will explore different techniques of meditation and invocation in a high intensity schedule. We live in a time where we are flooded with a multitude of spiritual pathways.
One can get lost easily in spiritual practices that give no results. The techniques of the old traditions need to be adapted to the stress that we suffer in our modern day world.
Because the needs of people are different, a variety of techniques need to be explored to find the one that is powerful for you.
Unless we clear our emotional and psychological hindrances, true meditation will not arise. In this retreat we will explore a variety of techniques like:
* Sound Meditation
* Catharsis in a safe environment
* Invocation to create the life of your dreams
* Laying-On-Of-Hands Healing
* Mantra Meditation
Bio: Andreas Mamet entered the journey of meditation over 30 years ago. In the 70s he lived in India for 5 years to deepen his practice. In the early 80s he taught meditation in Japan and Germany. He now lives in Mount Shasta, California, where he is … practicing meditation. His Book Recommendation of the Moment: Between the Visions by Raylene Abbott. Available at http://www.booksurge.com/
He can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.