Benefits of Z Meditation

Benefits of Z Meditation Work

After having spent ten days at the retreat, you get a very strong and effective tool to remove the conditionings and realize a state of unconditioned peace and love.
You experiecne this state in the retreat and take back with you The Way to reach there at a moment’s notice.

The Profound Results when you practice Z Meditation

Do want to get this state of freedom and peace and happiness? Are you ready to put in sincere effort? If yes, do the Simple
Awareness exercsie and watch a few videos of deep sharing and deconditioning inquiry.
This will help in clearing the remaining weeds in the work of internal prioritization.

This is what Nicola wrote on the last day of her retreat.

My resolutions

1) To continually challenge my dreams; to root out any remaining conditionings and give them the full reality check.

2) To be kind to myself when I forget the truth but to always come back to it and keep doing my best to stay on the right path.

3) To prioritize my growth and development over all else, even when others get hurt or disappointed by me.

4) To exercise love and compassion for all without creating attachments ant to accept everyone’s compulsive traits.

5) To break down any lingering attachments to people for the sake of my freedom.

6) To remind myself at least once a day that I=C and to refuse to be forced off course by thoughts about jobs, finances, the approval of others or my lack of husband and children.

7) To exercise balance in my recreation and to always make sure I get enough sleep.

8) To cut out alcohol initially for 3 months until I am sure I can simply have one glass of wine with dinner should I choose to.

9) To think more carefully about what I put in my body so that I am always reinforcing my love for myself – nutritious fresh food, organic when possible; medication only when essential.

10) To structure my days to allow adequate time for meditation, yoga and conscious contemplation.

11) To walk more – and do it mindfully.

12) To balance the time I spend reading fiction with reading literature that will support my growth and development.

13) To ensure I get solitude regularly.

14) To build effective fences where necessary to ensure the wrong company does not stunt my growth.

15) To carefully seek out like-minded people perhaps via meditation or yoga classes or other spiritual courses.

16) To dramatically reduce my spend on material items such as clothes and cosmetics and to donate some of this to those whose need is greater than mine.

17) To have fun – to laugh and spend time in a creative activity such as drawing or writing regularly.

18) To never forget that I now know the truth and my peace and fulfillment is simply a matter of choice.

Nicola, UK