This week John discusses: • John starts off with an electric blues version of Stormy Monday, per request from the group the week before. • Practice: work your body, emotions/mind… shadow, spiritual • Integral Recovery (& upcoming podcast) Click to Play or Download Audio Questions/Comments: • “One question I have is what are practitioner’s experiences…

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This week John discusses: Integral Recovery Cleaning up – waking up – growing up – showing up What is your Super power: Practice Many questions & comments Download the audio Questions/Comments: 20:06 – What is your experience of excavating deep fears in epsilon as contrasted by trauma in deep delta? 29:44 – Do you ever…

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Excerpted from a conversation about transformative technologies and practices and their individual and cultural effects, with sociologist Harley Bergroth, currently researching his PhD at the University of Turku, Finland, and iAwake’s CTO and sound energy artist, Javi Otero, creator of Fractal Entrainment, a method of using sound energy to resonate the whole body. Harley:          …

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Learn how you can naturally entrain your brain and your body to deep delta states by listening to psychoacoustic music in this interview with Leigh Spusta, one of iAwake’s new producers. iAwake CEO John Dupuy and Leigh discuss the benefits of “natural entrainment,” deep delta — which can bring you into profound states of relaxation, bliss, and joy,…

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Well, I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you. (Laughs) How do you know if you’re enlightened…? Well, first of all, you have to come up with a definition of what that means—to be enlightened. It’s a great question, by the way, and I think it’s a question that we all have…

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John:  Today we will hear from Javi Otero, who lives in Spain and is one of the really interesting people working in this field of transformation, meditation, coherence, Integral practice—and bringing it to where the rubber meets the road. Javi, tell us about your new technology and the new product that will be released very…

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Years back, my relationship to emotions was the same as my relationship to the weather is now. For example, I don’t really follow any weather forecast—for me, it’s quite easy to look through the window or just get out and be in the weather. I don’t really care if there are prospects of good or…

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Coherence is a peak state, characterized by the harmonious functioning of our mental, emotional, and physical systems. When measured, it tends to show balanced biomarkers, especially those related to heart rhythms, as suggested by the fascinating work being done at HeartMath Institute. When experienced, coherence often feels like an effortless-and-filled-with-joy-can-do attitude, during which we might…

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I like to think about meditation as the art of being present. Being present is something that is quite difficult sometimes, mainly because the mind tends to wander and take us on unexpected trips to either the future or the past. It is often busy producing thoughts that might create anxiety in us, or fear,…

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I’d like to talk about the meaning of life and tell you what that is from my perspective. First of all, I think we have to wake up. We have to remember; we have to know who and what we really are and wake up to our true identities, because before that we’re just wandering…

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John:  Hello everyone! We have a special show today. It’s a real honor to have Eric Brown with us, who is working on the Chrysallis project, as the business manager or the… Eric:  (Chuckles). Thanks, John. Good morning, everyone! If you were to put a title on me, it would be Business Development, as I’m in…

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I’ve been doing a brainwave entrainment meditation practice on a daily basis for eight years now. It’s hard for me to imagine living life without a contemplative practice at this point, and hard to imagine living without the benefits that I’ve gotten from this ongoing commitment to my inner work and inner growth. This technology…

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I was meditating the other day and thinking about the four noble truths of Buddhism: 1) Life is suffering. 2) We suffer because we’re attached. 3) The cessation of suffering is attainable. 4) The way out of the suffering, the path, includes practice. I went over this in my heart, in my mind, in my experience,…

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In the Hindu tradition, they talk about how siddhis emerge after one begins a process of deep meditation and awakening. Siddhis are special abilities and capacities, the equivalent of charisms or “gifts of the Spirit” in the Christian sense. In the Letters of Paul, in the New Testament, he talks about how different gifts of the Spirit were emerging in…

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Brainwave entrainment represents a way of using technology to take our meditation and our spiritual practices into territory that has previously been very difficult, if not impossible, for us to venture into. My inspiration for creating the Profound Meditation Program 3.0 was not about just adding binaural beats or isochronic tones to music, using conventional audio entrainment methods to create…

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