Sunday 24 September, 2017

On the way to transcend itself. Announcement of the third part of the retreat "No boundaries."

On October 20, the final, third part of the internal retreat with Rama starts this season. On this retreat, we will make the transition from the level of the split Ego to the mask and shadow, to the level of the centaur (the connection of the Ego and the body), and then, from the level The centaur to the transpersonal, supersonic ranges of the spectrum of consciousness.
Ha-Ha, now, the familiar principles and common-sense principles of orientation in ourselves and the world around us are left behind.
And we enter a different world where we begin to come in contact with a consciousness that transcends the boundaries of the individual and reveals to a person something that extends far beyond its limits.
Serious activity at this level sooner or later opens the individual to a consciousness so deep and fundamental that it can lift him above himself into the vast and elusive world of the supra-personal.
In the depths of every human being, knowledge is hidden, which we all have the same:

  • about the soul, reincarnation,
  • about what happens after death, and where the soul goes

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Friday 22 September, 2017

Unfinished business takes away energy, completed - bestow.

Unfinished business takes away energy, completed - bestow.
That's why, when you have a creative stupor, a cast-iron head and it seems that even getting to the bed is an impossible mission, then get up and wash the dishes. This simple complete business will restore the energy balance and you will be ready to take on the next task.

Doing it - and more energy. Our body works like this.

Therefore, it is so important to put on your day a certain number of tasks of any kind and bring them to completion. Because unfinished business draws strength from us. That is why the people of the matter either do not set the task at all or bring it to the end.

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Thursday 21 September, 2017

Small Tibet (Photo slideshow) 1,2,3,4,5 parts (27.07-28.08.2017).

Small Tibet (Photo slideshow) 1,2,3,4,5 parts (27.07-28.08.2017).

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Wednesday 20 September, 2017

What is gestalt.

"You Just Need to Close the Gestalt" - such advice can be heard from well-wishers. But in order to understand what a gestalt is and to correctly use this concept, you need to abstract yourself from psychotherapy for a while and turn to the psychology of perception.

In a literal translation from German, Gestalt means "Form, View, Figure," and the derived word "Gestaltung" is "design." Other more or less suitable in meaning Russian analogues - "Integrity", "structure" and "model."

In fact, the "Figure", Gestalt, can be any process - a passion for someone, a quarrel or a business started.

We remember the unfinished processes better - this phenomenon is called the "Zeigarnik effect" named after the Soviet psychologist Blumy Zeigarnik. While still a student, she noticed that the waiters in the cafe perfectly remember all the outstanding orders and immediately forget the ones done. Later, Zeigarnik conducted a series of experiments that confirmed that unfulfilled tasks create a certain tension in human memory.

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Friday 15 September, 2017

Концепция Толтеков о личной силе ( видео 1 и 2 часть).

These videos are for students of the Academy of Leela. Access to these videos is only possible on the Oasis of Awakening website.

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Tuesday 12 September, 2017

Your vibrational level determines your life experience.

 Your vibration is the energy that you transmit to the outside, as well as the energy that you attract to yourself, like a magnet. You draw into your life those experiences that vibrate in unison with the vibration emitted by you.

You can not recognize / not see this, you can try to deceive yourself and shift responsibility to another ... but in fact,
what you are broadcasting, you get!

Your vibrational level determines your life experience.

High Vibration
When you vibrate at a high level, your life is full ...

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Friday 08 September, 2017

The Six Yogas of Naropa.

The Six Yogas of Naropa is a system of practices first unified by Tilopa, but extended under the name of his disciple Naropa.

In the heyday of Tantric Buddhism in India, there were hundreds of Buddhist tantra systems, most of which belonged to the upper class of anuttara yoga tantra. Apparently initially, each tantra was a complete method for achieving awakening, but later the Mahasiddha yogis began to combine methods from different tantras to achieve the greatest effectiveness, which led to the emergence of such systems as the Six Yogas of Naropa, the Six Yogas of Sukhasiddhi and others.

The basis, path and purpose of these yogas is Mahamudra. These six practices are designed so that the practitioner learns to keep the clarity of consciousness always, in whatever state the body and mind are, in particular:

  • wakefulness,
  • dream with dreams,
  • deep dream,
  • meditation,
  • dying and
  •  the period between the death of the body and the conception of the next.

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Monday 04 September, 2017

Tibetan Buddhism TODAY.

It is interesting that when Buddhism comes to mind in the mind of a Westerner, an association with Buddha Shakyamuni arises that is literally translated "Awakened Sage from the Shakya Family", who received the name Siddhatha Gotama (Pali) / Siddhartha Gautama (Sanskrit) at birth, which is translated (descendant of Gotama , successful in achieving the goals). Siddhartha Gautama himself reached enlightenment under the Bodhi tree about 2000 years ago. The remaining 45 years of his life, Buddha traveled along the Ganges River valley in central India in the company of his disciples and taught his Teaching to a wide variety of people.

But the main hero of modern Tibetan Buddhism, spread on the territory of Ladak (Little Tibet), is the outstanding yogi, Naropa, who achieved enlightenment and full realization under the guidance of Tilopa's teacher, and then revealed to the world the six principles of yoga Naropa.
It is these 6 principles of Yoga Naropa that constitute today practices of modern Tibetan Buddhism.

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Tuesday 29 August, 2017

Laughter therapy (gelotology). Fun treatment

Laughter therapy (gelotology). Treatment with laughter is serious!
A bit of history ...
The science of laughter and its influence on the physical and mental health of a person - gelotology (from the Greek "gelos" - laughter) - originated in the USA in the 70s of the last century. It was introduced into the official medicine by American journalist Norman Cousins.
Being bedridden, and, according to doctors, without a chance to recover, he decided to radically change his way of life.

Since Norman did not want to give up and despondently die of his days, he began to spend his time cheerfully: he spent whole days watching comedies, listening to jokes and funny stories and laughing without restraint. According to sources, a week later his pain stopped, and a month later he was able to move. Soon he began to walk and went to work.

Such an amazing story inspired scientists in Europe and America to focus their attention on studying the phenomenon of laughter and its impact on the human psyche. Gradually, the therapy was separated as a separate psychotherapeutic method.

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Sunday 27 August, 2017

Wheel of Samsara.

During the Game Tour of Tibet, the Players encountered the image of the wheel of Life (or the Samsara wheel) having a description, which we attach in this article.
Samsara is walking in a circle.

The "wheel of life" depicts a picture not only of human life, but of life in general, in all its innumerable variants, possible within the limits of the six worlds-life, infinitely passing from one form to another, from one type of consciousness to another.

  • Samsara is not in itself the external world or life in general, but our interpretation of the world and life.
  • Samsara is life in the form in which we live it in a state of ignorance; this is the subjective world that everyone of us creates for ourselves. In this world there is good and evil, there is joy and suffering, but they are all relative, not absolute; they can be determined only in the relationship between themselves, and they constantly change, turning into their opposites.
  • Samsara seems omnipotent and all-encompassing, but in reality it, like the dream world, is generated by the state of our consciousness and can dissolve without a trace, as the dream disappears upon awakening.

If we awaken from the dream of samsara even for a moment, the world will not disappear, but will appear to us in its true essence - pure, radiant, sacred and indestructible.

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