Surrender

Surrender Meditation or Natural Yoga

At the end of discipline, we can only surrender. In the Bhakti yoga tradition, we surrender to the divine. Equally, in the Christian tradition, we surrender ourselves to God; thy will not mine. In Shinto and Zen there is reido or shaking. In every other religious tradition, somewhere there is practice beyond discipline of surrendering to the divine or flow.

In all other Clearing practices we are working towards freedom from identification with mind/body/emotions and fixidity towards ultimate freedom. The underpinning of Clearing is this transpersonal philosophy and experiential reality.

Alice Whieldon is experienced in the surrender meditation of Bhakti yoga in the work of Charles Berner and also the practice of surrender in Sei-ki which is called, katsugen. Alice works with Rene Fix of Ki College in Germany offering online and in person courses in surrender-work. This is essential work; at its most basic it is wonderful for relaxation and letting go of life’s stresses and, practiced more deeply it is a profound journey into reality.

For information on workshops, online and in person, go to www.living-in-resonance.com


What they say…

One of the most significant and useful bodies of work
The process of Mind Clearing for me has been by far one of the most significant and useful bodies of work that I have encountered during my seemingly arduous search for what makes me tick and do life in the particular and frequently frustrating way that I do. These processes have enabled me to finally become aware of, or get free from, certain behaviors, attitudes and attachments I have been trying to get at for years.
CQ
Florida, USA

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