Daniel Hertlein respects the full maturity of the people and opens up a modern path of self-investigation and self-realization for all seekers of truth. Truthful students recognize and appreciate this gift in respect and mindfulness and enter into a clear, self-contained spiritual practice that leads step by step to ever wider spaces of the mind.
The integration of the recognized/experienced into the complex everyday life is being supported, so that the “new” finds ways to show itself at any time.
Awakening to the true nature of the mind is at the centre of the teaching and is made tangible through spiritual practice and through the direct encounter with Daniel Hertlein during Satsang.
Guiding through the processes of self-investigation and awakening, Daniel Hertlein offers advanced students a profound training in Spiritual Healing, in which service from the primal state of Nonduality is practiced.
As spiritual teacher Daniel Hertlein inspires and helps individuals to assume a healing position as a compassionate being in the world, by being aware of the eternity of being.
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“Practice, Practice, Practice”
Essential Contents of the spiritual practice
The yoga and meditation practice comprise traditional Hatha yoga healing exercises and dynamic, guided and silent meditations which help us to open the coarse-energy body as well as the fine-energy body.
The practice of breathing and mindfulness together with the application of mantras, transforming sentences and nonviolent communication directly influences our day to day life, which we can accept as a teacher and make more light-ful through our spiritual schooling. As soon as we change the state of our mind, the world changes too. Additionally, this practice gives us the possibility of keeping and holding those energies won through the practices of movement and meditation.
“The practice of abundance” helps us to lead a felt emotional deficit back into our hearts, transform it and create our lives out of the experienced abundance.
With advancing practice “heaven opens” more and more and the spiritual world begins to communicate more clearly with us. We learn to make contact – through prayers and callings – with the Masters of our heart and deepen the relationship to them. By absorbing their fine healing energies we experience cleansing transformational processes and inner openings which allow us access to the divine source.
In silent sitting meditations there is no technique which forces or steers something. All our doing comes to rest whilst we are completely awake inside. “Compassionate seeing” is enough to fathom the nature of our mind.
Yoga, meditation and process-oriented redemptive work with the spiritual world pick us up in our entanglement on the relative plane of experience. They lead us through profound, purifying processes of clearing and serve as an excellent preparation for self-inquiry.
In Satsang we explore the true Self. We are pointed to the realization of the oneness of all being.
Enlightenment is not something we can attain through effort. It is not the next temporary event, nor is it an eternal state on the relative plane of experience. It is a divine gift of grace to which we open ourselves through our devotion.
All these elements of practice are interwoven with each other and complement each other. They pick us up at the various levels of inner development, support and stabilize us.