States are temporary and contain lots of energy that can pour out into creating conflict when unattended. When we work with their different energies consciously, we set in motion all that’s necessary for our transformation. Welcome to this call in which John Dupuy shares how, no matter how much work has been done, one never reaches a fixed state of any kind… The key is always to continue with the practice: whether confronted with the painful and the difficult, or with the blissful and the joyous – staying present to our fleeting states can always open us up to our deepest selves.
Some questions in this teleseminar include:
- “I am wondering which iAwake product is the best to assist with general releasing of various emotions.”
- “I enjoy the 15 minutes with the Harmonic Resonance Meditation hugely, probably more so than any of the other programs, except I can’t do it for more than 15 minutes. Is agitation in the legs normal at particular stages of one’s development? Should I keep at it despite the agitation or limit that particular program to 15 minutes?”
- “Just got Profound Meditation Program 3.0 and have been meditating with 1-1, 1-2, 1-3. But what is the difference between these tracks and other provided in 3.0? Why would I use one track vs another?”
- “It’s becoming difficult, with my collection of iAwake discs to decide which ones to use on a given day. The questions always arise whether the selection is going to advance me in my depth and should be sticking to the Profound Meditation Program series, with the odd excursion to the other discs, say for background listening. Do you have guidelines to resolve this issue?”
- “Is there any track you would suggest for recovering from a concussion? Experiencing headaches, confusion and loss of focus.”
- “My mom, an elderly lady in her mid-80s, has been diagnosed with early dementia. As such, she is having challenges with focus and memory retention. In addition, she has been diagnosed with clinical depression and anxiety—two issues which have worsened since we lost my dad four years ago. Would you have any specific product recommendations for her situation?”