The Unity of All Things
Breaking through our mindís perceived holographic projection of reality
using ancient and current mind/meditation techniques.
with Don Daniels, MA
Sunday, July 10, 2011
2:30 to 5:30
Gulf Breeze Recreation Center
800 Shoreline Dr.
Gulf Breeze, FL
$7.00 at the door
This is what enlightenment is all about!
The holographic model of consciousness. The world is an illusion.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein
"There is evidence to suggest that our world and everything in it. . . are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of reality so beyond our own it is literally beyond both space and time." Michael Talbot
E=MC2, a new interpretation.
It is all energy!
Reality is energy condensed into a vibrational frequency that we can perceive.
"Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter." Albert Einstein
What are we not perceiving? And how do we learn to see through the vibrational field?
Parallels in mysticism, meditation, yoga and quantum physics.
Stages of consciousness in the mystical/yogic philosophies of Vedanta and Kashmir Shaivism.
Because of their direct experience, mystics and yogis from all traditions have long believed that reality is energy based consciousness. True perception of reality, an awakening of the mind, can be experienced through deep meditation and other techniques.
This understanding of consciousness is not just an intellectual exercise, rather, it can be an actual experience. This is what is meant by terms such as enlightenment, self realization, samadhi and nirvana.
Practical and direct application of meditation techniques.
About Don Daniels
Don has been practicing and teaching yoga, meditation and the psychology of personal achievement for over 3 decades. During the 1970ís , he embarked on an accelerated and exhaustive search for self and spiritual knowledge eventually leading him to train in India. While in India he lived in monastaries and ashrams training with renowned yogis and teachers for many years, and was initiated into the ancient 8th century Saraswati order of Vedic monks, becoming Swami Jnanananda Saraswati (the bliss of supreme knowledge) in 1980. He has since studied and worked with many leading educational, inspirational, spiritual and yoga teachers, and has traveled extensively teaching at ashrams, meditation centers and colleges throughout the US and India. Although the monk attire has been put away, Don continues to dedicate himself to merging the best of east and west, from both a monkís and householderís viewpoint. With a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Educational Technology he has additional experience as a mental health therapist and motivational speaker. For the past 21 years Don has also been a teacher of psychology, sociology and comparative world religion in the educational field.