What Can You Do When It Gets Really Bad???


Back in 2008 I went to see HH Dalai Lama in Nottingham and sat through days of teachings. Then I travelled by car with a couple of nuns up to Samye Ling Monastery in Scotland where I spent a further few days in teachings with Ringu Tulku and took my precepts (Buddhist vows).

On the way home I started to feel pain and over the next week became very ill. I ended up in hospital with a burst abdominal cyst and had to stay in hospital after my kidney was damaged during an operation. I’ve never been so poorly and it took months to recover, but what I knew was that being in the presence of such enlightened teachers ripened my karma and that illness cleared a whole load of ‘stuff’ out.

I feel something similar happening to all of us right now, but we don’t need the masters to bring this up; it’s happening whether we like it or not. Time is speeding up, energies are becoming more intense, and I believe this will continue to happen over the course of the next nine year cycle.
So what can you do to ease the process?
The answer is: MEDITATE
When we sit with ourselves and tap into who we are we come into alignment and can cope.
It’s when we’re up in our heads flailing around all over the place that it’s difficult.
When we’re there we feel separated and try to ‘fix’ our world externally to ourselves when in fact the ONLY way we can cope is to do the inner work.

We have a choice: this process can be easy or it can be a massive struggle.
And only we can decide.
When we take back our power and begin to control our inner world then EASE is what we will experience. Our foot is taken off the gas and we sit back and watch as it all unfolds as it’s supposed to when we are in alignment with our soul. But what I predict is that the polarity between those that choose the struggle and us who decide on ease will become more apparent, and it’s difficult to watch others struggle but it is our responsibility to wake up and lead the way. Those in this community are leading others towards freedom, and I hope you will join us in a life of ease and flow. And the really crazy thing is that if you are struggling right now with work, relationship, addiction or health this just may be the wake-up call you need to turn your life around!


Member Quote Of The Day.

In this section you will read something that has been said by one of the Quantum Sobriety Online Programme members over on the very lively private forum:

QS was the “tipping point” for me. I had already started meditation and yoga and I wanted more but I was scared, alone and unsure. QS flicked a switch in me, pointed me to the path and held me as I took tentative steps. After 3 months I was able to say “I am enough”. After 6 months I could deal with trauma and I was able to self soothe without the use of external substances. At 9 months others noticed a calmness and contentment in me and wanted to know more. Someone close to me started their own recovery journey, my heart was in awe. At nearly one year on I am able to feel gratitude in adversity and to share this with an ever expanding community of like minded souls. Jo, you were the catalyst for me, you started a chain of consciousness in those around me and for that I will be eternally grateful x❞ 
S, Residential Retreat and Online Member

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