Inspirience: Meditation Unbound: The Unconditioned Path to Spiritual Awakening

Inspirience: Meditation Unbound: The Unconditioned Path to Spiritual Awakening

by Richard L Haight


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ISBN-13: 9780999210017
Publisher: Shinkaikan Body, Mind, Spirit LLC.
Publication date: 09/10/2017
Pages: 182
Sales rank: 594,544
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

PART 1: The Foundations of Meditation 9

Chapter 1 – What is Meditation 10

Chapter 2 – Martial Meditation 16

Chapter 3 – Awareness Games 21

Chapter 4 – Motivating Meditation 25

Chapter 5 – True North 34

PART 2: The Basics of Unconditioned Meditation 45

Chapter 6 – Unconditioned Meditation 46

Chapter 7 – Moving Past Mental Rebellion 61

Chapter 8 – Appreciation 68

Chapter 9 – Reprogramming on the Fly 74

PART 3: Unbinding Conscience 79

Chapter 10 – Learned vs. Innate Conscience 80

Chapter 11 – Diminishment 91

Chapter 12 – Refining Conscience 125

Chapter 13 – Putting Feeling to Work 131

Chapter 14 – Pruning the Tree 137

PART 4: Beyond the Self 141

Chapter 15 – The Mirrors of Transformation 142

Chapter 16 – The Transparent Self 148

Chapter 17 – The Master 158

Acknowledgments 165

Contributors 166

Glossary 167

Notes 169

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Inspirience: Meditation Unbound: The Unconditioned Path to Spiritual Awakening 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
NAPrice More than 1 year ago
The birth of self is the birth of deceit. Then began tensions, tastes, sound, and sight. Then came intense pressure, cold, hunger, and thirst. A feeling of control grew within. Eventually the Ego was born. There was further growth including the development of strengths, weaknesses, opinions, feelings, and thoughts. As we grew, our sense of self was modified by our parents, neighbors, friends, peers, and greater society. Somewhere along the way, we opened to a sense of spirituality and drew towards the idea of an awakening. Through meditation, unfoldment happens and discoveries about ourselves begin to happen. Suffering of memory begin to cease. Eventually we become filled by the presence of Isness (also known as Buddha, Master, or Christ). During each stage of human development folds are made in our psyche. The process of meditation aids the unfoldment to Isness within each of us. Richard L. Haight takes us through three different meditations - Observation, Conscience, and Transparent Meditations. Haight says there is no need to die to enter Heaven. Heaven lies within each of us. He talks in depth of how “folding” is developed and how we need to learn to “unfold” (awaken) ourselves to reach heavenly bliss. This book and his book the Unbound Soul need to be on your bookshelves.
InnerSpeak More than 1 year ago
First, let me say I thoroughly enjoyed reading Insperience. This is a fresh approach to looking at meditation, one that doesn’t require strict adherence to the more traditional rules and techniques, rather guides the reader through experiential practices that are flexible and easy to follow—and that WORK. I love how the personal experiences of the author are interwoven with the teachings. Personally I most resonated with the chapter on Deceit. Where I am in my process of unfoldment has me looking at all the ways deceit has insidiously inserted itself into my life over the years. Very helpful! Thank you for writing this! I read one spiritual book per week for my job, and I will tell you that Inspirience is fresh, genuine, and much needed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have had a few authors ask me to review their books over the years, and after a quick glance through their work, I have chosen not to review. My time is valuable. I was intrigued by Richard L. Haight’s bio and agreed to consider reviewing Inspirience. I admit I did not read the book word for word, but rather jumped in and out of being drawn into the content as I scanned through. The concepts discussed in the book are concepts used in my own practice - nothing was really new. I was looking to see where the author may deviate from spiritual principles as I understand and teach. There was nothing in the book that went counter to my understanding and experience. I imagined reading this book as a newcomer to spirituality (my 20 years younger self) and felt that it would be extremely valuable, challenging and wisdom-full – it could be a real gift and catalyst for a spiritual exploration and healing. The author has a great gift for writing in very practical terms principles that can get very esoteric. The suggestions are solid and meaningful. But this book is not just for beginners on the path. This would be a valuable book to any spiritual library. Disclaimer – I was asked to review this book by the author.