Fundamentally, for any of the events that feels conflicting in life, there exists only a neutral standpoint where there is neither good nor bad. In spite of this, it is your mind which signifies that it is “a problem.”
Therefore, unless you transcend your mind, make a shift towards a viewpoint of a higher dimension and go into a deeper state of calmness, you won’t be able to solve any of your problems, nor will you be able to attain tranquility or happiness.
“Transcending your mind” is precisely nothing but “Emptying your mind.” I have discovered the way to achieve this state in “The Sacred Himalayan teachings.” By mastering this teaching through rigorous ascetic training, I am now here to share with all of you, the essence of how to empty your mind.
First Female Himalayan Siddha Master to teach Empowering Meditations in the West
About Yogmata Keiko Aikawa
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa was born in Yamanashi, Japan, and has long been on a quest to explore the human condition. A Yogi since the age of 15, she has developed and organized what she calls Aikawa Yoga since the 1970s, and is working to spread this yoga in Japan. Her love of humanity has also led her to understand three things: the essence of human beings; that it is possible to show them the power of self-healing; and that human beings can transmit Anugraha Shakti to heal others.
In 1985, she met the legendary great master, Hari Baba. Since then, she has undergone austere and rigorous training at altitudes of between 5,000 and 6,000 meters in the Himalayas. Under the guidance of Hari Baba, Yogmata Keiko Aikawa is the first non-Indian woman to realize the ultimate state of samadhi – a spiritual level that transcends the state of Awareness and in which a state of Oneness is attained with the Godhead.
Today, Yogmata Keiko Aikawa is an author, public speaker and highly regarded and well-respected Siddha Master. She has performed samadhi at India’s sacred locations as well as at the Maha Kumbh Mela, a sacred event that occurs only once every 144 years.
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa’s tireless contributions, remarkable presence and teachings have since been recognized and awarded; and in 2007 she was bestowed – by the largest spiritual Austerities Association in India, Juna Akara – the title “Mahamandaleshwar” (The Supreme Master of the Universe). In 2009, His Holiness the Dalai Lama even wrote the introductory note to her book, A Himalayan Master’s Simple Way to Realization.
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa has been featured across all media channels, including CNN, BBC, The Japan Times, and The Times of India.
Official Page: http://www.yogmata.org/
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