Do you have dreams that you want to pursue?  

Most people live in their world without being able to pay attention to the world around them. Their minds are so noisy that they can't listen clearly, see straight, feel anything, or lack any motivation to live their life fully. Observation is a gateway for us to get out of this funk.

Are you ready to become more aware of your world? 

You have probably heard of mindfulness or meditation, but do not really understand the concepts, how they work, why they work, or what they are. Disconnecting or taking a few steps away from our problems to see them from a different perspective is a tool that can be used to increase our observation of ourselves in the world.

Are you ready to bring your imagination to reality?

Mindfulness/Observation means feeling nothing, going nowhere, or chanting. These can be part of it, but not the whole point. Observation is to be aware of what is without judgment. This judgment normally comes in the form of pre-judgment or prejudice.  This is because the Lizard Brain jumps to conclusions without an in-depth observation of what is. Any time that you jump to a conclusion, observation stops.

Are you ready to profoundly understand what is your passion in life?

Observation allows us to be aware of what is. This allows for in-depth awareness. When we have time to observe and take in information without judgment, then the noise will subside. 

Does the noise of life, the office, or others' expectations cause you to lose your focus? 

Imagine that you have the power to shape your world as you wish. You do. 

This will teach you how to keep your focus for extended periods of time so that the seemingly simple tasks of accomplishing your dreams can remain simple throughout your pursuit. Meditating with sounds, vision, sense of smell, sense of touch, or the third eye. One person's dream is another person's nightmare.

Why don't you come with me…

on a magic carpet ride!


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What is Kaivala?

 There are three levels of enlightenment.

The first level of enlightenment is Nirvana. This is where we learn to disconnect from judgment, and clearly observe the world.

The second level of enlightenment is Samadhi. This is where we have gathered all of the knowledge about the universe.

The last of the three levels of enlightenment is Kaivala.

Kaivala is when we are completely connected, and we become of service.

Some of us are living our lives and trying to patch problems with Duct Tape. Let's make a permanent change! Join us on the road to Kaivala!

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