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 Japanese 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 all fixidity towards ultimate freedom. The underpinning of Clearing is this transpersonal philosophy and experiential reality.

Clearing and Alice Whieldon have experience in Surrender Meditation or Natural Yoga and work with the Japanese practice of surrender in katsugen. For information on workshops, online and in person, go to www.living-in-resonance.com


What they say…

I can work accurately and constructively on my life
I knew what it felt like to be counselled…. Mind Clearing offers something more - and fast! …I sat face to face with Alice … accepting her steadfast and determined gaze, following her instructions again and again until I put into words which she fully heard and understood, the truth at the core of the seminal events and relationships of my life. This was hard work…. But the importance of doing it, the certainty that it was a process that brought its own great reward never left me and stays with me now. How do I feel now? There is a bigger gap between my individual self and my reactions to people and events…. Mind Clearing has given me a sense that I can work accurately and constructively on my life, not just in Mind Clearing sessions, but all the time. I’m deeply grateful for the warmth and strength Alice exudes as she took me through this process, and grateful that she has chosen to embrace and refine this amazing way of working with her fellow human beings.
PH
UK