14 Days – One lesson / day
Each ‘Day lesson’ contains a methodical rationale, plus a practical meditation exercise.
Lessons vary in length from 7 minutes to 18 minutes.
The lessons are highly condensed and it is recommended to practice each lesson more than once to gain greater understanding and to consolidate the practice.
Early lessons are more elementary, leading to highly integrated lessons toward the end of the Course. Take your time. There is no rush. A missed or misunderstood lesson will not forgive you, and will require a return to repeat and re-examine its contents. It is possible to complete the Course in 14 days, but there is no maximum time to completion; days, weeks, months or years. You have lifetime access to the Course.
- Consciousness as Observer in the Meditation Process – clarifying meditation, differentiating between consciousness and mind, and testing some meditation skills. [7 min]
- Consciousness and Mind – What is Consciousness? What is the Mind? ‘Who I think I am’ versus ‘Who I am’. Differentiating between Mind and Mind Space. [15min]
- Identification of Consciousness – What is the first rule of Meditation? Freedom and Bondage in Meditation. [11min]
- Modifications of Consciousness – What is the Identified State of Consciousness? What is a modification of consciousness and how does this relate to Meditation? What the Physical Body is, and how to use it in Meditation. [17min]
- The procedure of Breaking the Identification of Consciousness in the Meditation. The cause of confusion, and the mechanical reflex. Meditation on the Physical body. [12min]
- Pleasure and Pain in Meditation. What is Pleasure? What is Pain? Inclination Responses and how to overcome them in Meditation practice. [15min]
- Desire as a modification of Consciousness in Meditation. What is Desire? What is to be done about Desire in Meditation? Choosing a worthwhile aim in Meditation. [13min]
- Lower Mind Data Collection – the five sense organs and Meditation. The interference as well as the value of five sense data – seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching. [13min]
- Common Sense and the Lower Mind coordination process in Meditation. What is Common Sense in the Mind? Overcoming the interference of Lower Mind data in Meditation. [10min]
- Egoic self-integration as a modification of Consciousness. What is the Ego? How to break identification with the Ego in Meditation practice. [14min]
- The Conceptual Egoic-self in Meditation practice. Motion Behaviours and Conceptual Forms in the Mind. How to differentiate and break identification with the conceptual Egoic-self. [16min]
- Egoic Interest as a modification of Consciousness in the Meditation process. The cause of the high complexity of our mental life. Conscious and Unconscious self-interest. [15min]
- Releasing Blockages and Frustrations. Illogical and irrational behaviour in the mind. Awareness, influence, and breaking identification with Blockages and Frustrations in the Meditation process. How is it so difficult to sit still in the body and bring the various levels of being to stillness? [15min]
- Whole Pattern Principle and Meditational Integration. What is a Whole Pattern Principle? The meaning of Universal Function in Meditation. The Four Part Being and its inter-functional organisation. Meditation using a Governing Concept upon which Consciousness may rest and steer our individual life, intelligently. [18min]