Meditation Therapy™ offers a bold new approach to the healing process. In this three-volume set of videos, John (Jyotish) Novak shows how meditation and a number of complementary techniques can help us improve our relationships, overcome stress, and maintain good health in lasting ways.
Most alternative approaches to healing address only the conscious or subconscious mind, but Meditation Therapy™ introduces the power of the superconscious mind, thus attacking the root causes of our problems.
Only when we change our energy patterns at the deepest levels of consciousness can there be lasting outward results. What Novak offers is not a temporary fix, but an empowering healing process heavily dependent upon our own perseverance, patience, and sense of spiritual adventure.
Life’s experiences are not accidental
Novak begins each video with a discussion of the nature and causes of the problem and offers practical solutions for prevention. He stresses that the things that happen to us in life are not random or accidental. We draw them to ourselves by a subtle process of magnetism because they are the lessons we need in order to grow.
For instance, in Meditation Therapy™ for Health and Healing, Novak points out that, “illness is nature’s way of showing us that we’re out of harmony with universal law, just as jumping out of a window shows that we can’t defy the laws of gravity.” He emphasizes the need to deal with the underlying causes of illness rather than the symptoms, otherwise there is the tendency to repeat the same patterns of ill health again and again.
An attitude of dynamic acceptance
In Meditation Therapy™ for Stress and Change, Novak explains similarly that unhealthy levels of stress, like all chronic health problems, begin in the mind. Practical changes in our outward circumstances may be helpful in reducing stress, but more important is right attitude. Our real power lies in how we respond.
Instead of pushing life away, we can eliminate stress and tension by an attitude of dynamic acceptance and the determination to be even-minded and cheerful at all times.
Finally, Meditation Therapy™ for Relationships emphasizes the need to see relationships in a more expansive way. “For most people,” Novak says, “relationships are one of the greatest sources of fulfillment, and can also be the cause of life’s greatest pain.”
A solution-oriented approach
The practice of meditation and complementary techniques is central to the effectiveness of meditation therapy. Pain is the result of contracting in upon ourselves through excessive self-focus. Expansiveness, however, brings joy and fulfillment as we expand our sense of self and happiness to include the needs of others.
Eventually, in the expanded states of consciousness found in meditation, we can discover an underlying joy that doesn’t change under any circumstances. Each video describes these techniques in four easy-to-use sections.
A complete teaching
This new video series offers a complete teaching, one that draws upon Novak’s thirty plus years on the spiritual path as counselor, teacher of meditation, and spiritual leader.
Most self-help therapies tend to be limited in scope because they lack a strong spiritual foundation. Meditation Therapy™ is solution-oriented. It is based upon the ancient yogic traditions brought to the West by Paramhansa Yogananda and embraces every level of human experience. For anyone seeking long-term solutions, these videos are a must.