The context of the book and the intent therein empowers transformation

Simple yet very profound techniques presented in the book which one can use almost like the Bible/Gita/Granth for the Modern Man/Women/Children (Actually, it’s timeless “kungi of work in the outset, a condensation & gist of things that work from ancient times – translated/transmuted to what we can use practically to connect with and realize the energy patterns within.) Illuminating the path to abundance in oneself – limited only to one’s participation and willingness to explore! 

I am not a very avid reader, the only book I ever read from “page to page” was Linda Goodman’s, “Star Sign”. Although there were other ones I came across, I cannot for certain say that I completed them end to end. However, like the iChing – you can pick up any page from this book, in the time of need and I guarantee it would speak to you as it does for me. Not because, the author is divine, (maybe he is, just as we are) but because the context of the book and the intent therein empowers transformation – not only for you and me but for the entire human equation; bringing forth healing as a play of light & dark, both within and on the outskirts. 
 
Why am I writing a review? 
I am certain that these things you already know. To experience it though is another story. And, if you are struggling with connecting to yourself at point-blank range, then the techniques in the book are for you. 
 
The best part, they support you like a ‘child of the cosmos’ (don’t quote me on that) with various programs like FB Group, “Home Support Program” etc. 
 
The title – Meditation – The Cure 
I have been meditating and practising various forms of Yoga, Oriental, Urban Scholarships, Zen – to name a few; for over 30 years now. NV Life has touched me more profoundly than most other healing disciplines & experiences or institutions. When did I ask myself the question, WHY? I realized that most of them are shrouded around religious dogmas, disciplines, and doctrines. They are time-consuming and only get you to a certain level of closeness to one’s being (given the effort in terms of time and space that it requires). The techniques in the book and the support thereafter ensure that you get what you want and leave you with the ability to pursue what you may desire and want in future should you choose not to chase (or settle into) yourself… 
 
Thus, the title, from my point of view is perfect. Meditation is the Cure! Or put it another way, the cure is within you – in the state of meditation of this kind, you cannot falter as the state is derived from this practice is one from within. 
 
Love & Light.

 

Responses

While drawing our algorithm, we start with identifying our symptoms. Do we look at our symptoms of today or from our childhood? Our tendencies also seem like they are about today and not from our childhood. How should I interpret this?

You can start with identifying your symptoms today and make your Algorithm identifying your Lack, Tendency and Pattern. It may seem like the tendencies are loud and clear today. This is only because as an adult, you are either more aware of it, or the tendency is more pronounced. However, if you go back to that age group of 7-14, you will find that the same tendency existed back then as well.  

For example – your lack is abandonment and so your tendency is need to prove/ excel. As an adult, you try extremely hard to prove yourself at work, but maybe as a ten-year-old you wanted to make sure that you win a colouring competition or feel worthy by collecting the maximum number of berries or fruits. 

 So, you would notice how the nature of tendency existed even back then – sometimes subtly, sometimes pronounced. It is just a matter of developing sensitivity to recognize it in that time and space. However, you can always work with current scenarios. 

Now that I have made my algorithm and have identified my lack, what do I do with this? Do I have to re-visit my childhood?

In every moment of disappointment – current or past, you can experience the lack. There are two ways to attend to the lack, once identified – 

  1.  You may simply keep your Algorithm/Lack in awareness by writing the events of the current time and go into breathing 
  2. You can revisit your childhood and write about moments that you experienced the Lack/Algorithm and once you have written a few events (in detail), you may lay down and begin to observe your breath. 

In either of the processes, your Algorithm/lack is in your complete awareness and observing your breath after this would only bring an expansion in your awareness. 

After finding my LTP and mapping my algorithm, I can see how I have suffered in my childhood and continue to do so. What can I do to remedy this and reverse my suffering?

 Since you are seeking the cure, you must know that state of meditation is the state of cure. The more you are in this state, the more you move towards light, thus curing your suffering.  

All the things which come into your awareness, must now be attended to by Observing your breath. For process of attending to what has surfaced, refer to Ques no 8 

Now that I have made my algorithm and have identified my lack, what do I do with this? Do I have to re-visit my childhood?

In every moment of disappointment – current or past, you can experience the lack. There are two ways to attend to the lack, once identified – 

  1.  You may simply keep your Algorithm/Lack in awareness by writing the events of the current time and go into breathing 
  1. You can revisit your childhood and write about moments that you experienced the Lack/Algorithm and once you have written a few events (in detail), you may lay down and begin to observe your breath. 

In either of the processes, your Algorithm/lack is in your complete awareness and observing your breath after this would only bring an expansion in your awareness.