During the months of November and December 2013, Lujan Matus is offering a special online program for a limited time only.
This program involves three one-hour sessions and takes place online via Skype. It is ideal as an introduction to Lujan’s teachings as well as for those who are unable to attend private tuition or group workshops.
The Transformational Healing and Meditation Program includes:
- Instruction in the Eight Gates of Dreaming Awake
- Techniques to enhance inner silence
- Methods to facilitate heightened awareness and precognition
- Meditations to promote physical healing
- How to enhance energy production during digestion
- Addressing personal issues and obstacles
The techniques taught in this program instill inner silence immediately. The trance-like inducement allows Lujan to travel deeply to guide the initiate through any socialized barriers that may appear.
This allows a permanent change of what one has become aware of and cultivates a connection with our natural state of being.
The student will also have the opportunity to explore their unique circumstances to identify barriers to personal power and emotional freedom.
Lujan will also teach the three techniques that are connected with being, knowing and doing, which is the essential doorway to the not-doing of controlled folly.
As Lujan accompanies you during these practices he will assist you to process any upheavals that may arise so as to facilitate the growth of consciousness within a state of profound renewal.
The outcome is that you will be equipped to independently resolve any obstructions in your life and this will enable a complete and enduring healing that will be able to be sustained following the conclusion of the sessions.
The cost of the Transformational Healing and Meditation program is $495. This offer is valid for a short time only and there are limited positions available.
Lujan is currently taking questions on this blog on Oriental shamanism, the Toltec lineage and general subjects. Anyone is welcome to ask questions on any subjects of interest. Lujan’s students are also invited to ask questions about the practices they have learned.
Please email your questions to email@example.com or leave a comment on the blog. They will be answered in blog posts on the Parallel Perception website.