25 April 2014;4:25 am

Enlightenment therapy

Some alternative therapies or philosophies like Buddhism, Jainism, Zen, etc. aim to ultimately reach a state of ‘soul enlightenment’. ‘Therapy’ means ‘curing, healing’. Although the aforementioned systems do not often perceive themselves as ‘therapies’ in a conventional sense; in a broad sense, they aim to release the person from suffering.

NPL (New Personality and Life) healing is a distance healing technique or therapy developed and performed by Linda Evans. She has psychic abilities that enable her to directly act on the subconscious mind – from a distance – and in this way break down all patterns in the subconscious mind. In this way, the person can be freed from physical and psychological suffering, but also the patterns responsible for lack of money, lack of success, lack of love, unfavourable situations in life, and many more, can be broken down.

So, there’s a difference between the term ‘enlightenment’ in the existing branches that make use of the term and in NPL.

‘Enlightenment’ in Buddhism, Jainism, Zen and other philosophies is sometimes referred to a state of bliss, a feeling of oneness with the universe and with other people, or a state of clarity and serenity. They also believe that some great masters from the past have already reached spiritual enlightenment.
NPL is also different in this perspective. NPL doesn’t consider enlightenment to be merely a state in which one feels good in every sense, in which one feels love for everything and everyone, in which one is selfless (in which one’s ego is gone). NPL considers these goals only to be a very first step in the path towards enlightenment and NPL is therefore also more therapy than a philosophy.

An NPL healer can literally perceive and remove the cause of suffering, which is present in the subconscious mind, which is to be found in and around the human and animal body in the form of a light substance. Psychic abilities are required to perceive this substance. An NPL healer can see that every pattern in the subconscious mind that is responsible for one specific flaw, consists of huge amounts of matter. The therapy of the NPL method consists of destroying the matter that makes up the patterns. When a pattern has been completely destroyed, the problem it caused, will no longer be present in the life of the person treated.

The techniques or therapy used by the other philosophies mentioned before, like for example meditation, are too weak to destroy all the patterns in the subconscious mind. And it is the view of NPL that the total destruction of all the matter present in the subconscious mind, is the only way to free the soul completely and bring about a real state of enlightenment, which goes beyond the goal of those other philosophies.

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