The two final meditations reprise the Yin and Yang meditation (6), but with a difference. They involve inducing the experience of being alive and dead at the same time. The objective is to enable access to the vast store of life knowledge that is locked in second body. The meditation
The first of the last three crop circle meditations. These three are not directly related to any particular crop formation, but are more general in intent. This meditation concerns working with the shadow side, the place of knowledge. Powerful expansion of second body beyond the limits of the body.
Listen as the Olandar discussion group, many of whom, like Whitley, have been practicing various forms of meditation most of their lives, discuss their experiences with Lama Anagarika Govinda’s beloved classic, Creative Meditation and and Multi-Dimensional Consciousness.This week, the reading and discussion revolves around the material that starts on page 267, ""The Problem of Past and Future."
Next week will mark the end of the group’s discussion of Creative Meditation. In two weeks we will begin Ranier Maria Rilke’s wonderful Love and Other Difficulties.
This week, the reading and discussion revolves around pages 218-228, "Religion and Science" and "the Creative Power of the Mind." Listen as this group, many of whom, like Whitley, have been practicing various forms of meditation most of their lives, discuss their experiences with Lama Anagarika Govinda’s beloved classic, Creative Meditation and and Multi-Dimensional Consciousness.
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