by Jonathan Robinson
I’ve been lucky. I’ve had the good fortune of interviewing many of the spiritual leaders of the world. I’ve interviewed the Dalai Lama, the late Mother Teresa and Dr. Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Oprah, Ram Dass, and dozens of others. In each of my interviews, I always ask them “What’s your favorite and most powerful way you know of for awakening to deep peace?” In all, I’ve collected over a hundred powerful answers to that question. Yet, the single best answer to that question is to find the method that works amazingly well for you.
As a therapist and spiritual coach, I’ve noticed that different things work for different people. For one person, mantra meditation changes their life. For the next person, it puts them to sleep. Only by trying a bunch of different methods can you find the one or two techniques that are a perfect fit for you. Unfortunately, many people never find that “right method” for them because they never try enough things.
In my podcast, “Awareness Explorers,” I discuss new “technologies” for awakening to deep peace each week. In the same way, computers keep getting better and faster, ways to find the “heaven within” also are improving each and every year. Prayer and mantra meditation may have been great back in the 1960’s, but no one has a computer from the sixties anymore. We’ve learned that we have to continually update our computers. In the same way, in this age of increasing stress, we need to frequently update our “inner technology” for finding peace.
In my class, Easy Awakening to Deep Peace, I’m going to give you the top 10 methods for quickly awakening to peace. I guarantee you that you’ll not have heard of many of these methods. That’s because many of them have only been invented in the last few years. Yet, what they lack in history they make up for in sheer power and effectiveness. It’s like the difference between using a hand saw and a power saw. With the right method, you can “cut through” stress and anxiety in a tenth of the time it may have taken before.
I could try to quickly describe some of these methods, but I find that a description of a method doesn’t do much. After all, a physical description of how to “make love” sounds funny: “This body part of yours goes into their body — and you flop up and down.” Yet, the experience of love-making can be incredibly beautiful. In the same way, in order to know the value of a particular technique, you have to experience it for yourself.
That’s why I hope you’ll join me on July 8th for “Easy Awakening to Deep Peace.” If you do, I think you’ll be amazed at what you’ve been missing. I’ll guide you in some little-known methods, and you’ll see for yourself how amazingly well they work. You will leave the workshop with some new friends, feeling high, and some new methods that may become your best friends for a lifetime.