What is it that moves your imagination?
Does it come from the inside or the outside?
What is it that drives us all crazy and makes us do totally stupid things?
With the craziness in the world today, is the world simply a reflection of our own imagination?
Exactly what is sanity and how can we regain it as individuals and as a world culture.?
Join Paula today as she discusses her association with a few past and present living masters in both the Hindu and Buddhist traditions, and a key practice, which can help you see through your own mind and regain compassion for those around you who are really disturbed.
We live in a time of great transition. On this show Paula will explore the second of four gatekeepers of liberation, once pointed out by the ancient Indian sage, Vashista. Very pertinent for our time, in this second program in her series, Beyond 2012, Paula will guide listeners through a simple meditation for clear seeing, and also lead an EFT protocol to help dissolve identification with the monkey mind
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Host: Paula Horan Ph.D. (Laxmi Dechen Wangmo), is an American psychologist who lives in Asia. A Reiki Master for more than twenty five years and an author of eight books on meditation, alternative health, and non-dual awareness. Her new book Fierce Innocence is available on Amazon. Laxmi, as she is known in the East, has adapted the best of the East and West to convey ways to calm the mind and raise life force energy. Her skill with EFT, which she shares in a number of her shows, enable listeners who participate, in discovering a new level of clarity, self respect and responsibility for their lives. You can view further info and free downloads of her meditations and a chart on EFT at www.paulahoran.com. Until mid February 2013, she is available for consultations by contacting her at [email protected]
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