WELCOME TO THE

SUDDEN LIBERATION PROGRAM

from Bodhi Daya & Aria Tara

*21-day Meditation Program Designed To Effortlessly Realign Your Body And Mind To Perceive Life With Absolute Wisdom And Clarity

Access A Way of Being Fully Awake To Life

*Experience Yourself, Other People, And Life Clearly In The Present Moment *Feel Vitality And Life Coursing Throughout Your Whole Body *Life Transforming Event *Immediate Results


FEEL THE PEACE AND SERENITY OF SEEING THROUGH YOUR OWN THOUGHTS, STORIES, AND PROJECTIONS ABOUT YOURSELF AND LIFE

*Experience All The Benefits Of Meditation Wherever You Are, Throughout The Day *Replace Stress With Peace, Fear With Confidence, Anxiety With Vitality, Depression With Happiness. 

Gain Present Awareness And Personal Freedom

End Personal Suffering Now

The tendency towards stress, depression, worry, addiction, fatigue, etc. stem from believing in a distorted view of oneself and life. Many of us have tried for years, with limited success, to modify or change conditioned behaviors and old ways of seeing things. Perhaps we become a little more self-confident and a little less over-reactive, a little more relaxed and a little less anxious; but to little avail and a whole lot more work than is necessary.

Change Your Approach To Your Thoughts And You Change Your Approach To Life Itself.

There are no problems in the present moment, there are only happenings. Thoughts happen within your mind, in the present moment, like all other experiences. The content of thought is a reflection of some past experience or a projection of the future, based upon past experience. If you are identified with these experiences, if you believe in the content of your thoughts, then you relive them in your own body and move with them in your own life; but if you approach these thoughts simply as information arising within the present moment, then you can remain centered, in observation of them, as they are happening.

Imagine Being In A Constant State Of "Wakeful" Meditation Throughout The Day Regardless Of Where You Are Or What You’re Doing. This Is What It Means To See Through Your Thoughts, Stories, And Projections About Yourself & Life.

Meditation is a term that is used to refer to a variety of practices that are designed to promote everything from physical strength and vitality to mental clarity and emotional stability – even patience, compassion, love, and forgiveness. Meditation has been proven to counter the effects of stress, fatigue, anxiety, and addiction. Millions of people worldwide practice meditation of some kind to improve health and brain functioning, find inner peace, and even attain enlightenment.

This Program Is An Approach To Seeing Life The Way It Truly Is By Seeing Through What It Is Not – Seeing Through Any Misperceptions You May Have.

You will effortlessly watch as your mind and body are realigned to perceive life the way it truly is by being able to see through what it is not – your own beliefs and conditioned tendency towards misperception. You will learn to see and know the content of your thoughts as a reflection of reality and not reality itself. When you are not identified with these thoughts, it really doesn’t matter what you're thinking, you are in a natural state of meditation, at peace and whole.

This Program Is The Event Of A Lifetime.

The Sudden Liberation Program is designed to allow you to effortlessly gain from all of the proven benefits of meditation by simply allowing you to see through any thought, story, or projection about yourself and life that is keeping you from your natural way of being, which is inherently in alignment with meditation and all the benefits of meditation practice. The natural state of meditation occurs when you are not identified with the movement of your own thoughts – as this is happening, many recurring thoughts are seen to no longer serve a purpose, and naturally fall away on their own. This program and its techniques are unique in that you are given the tools and ability to effortlessly focus on your own thoughts and learn how to stay in a natural state of meditation as they are arising to you. You will experience the benefits of meditation and sudden liberation right where you are, throughout the day.

3 Easy To Follow Steps.

Step 1: Simply listen to one of our 25min. Hypnotic Guided Meditations in the morning or evening, Step 2: Sit back, relax, and enjoy our seeing through guide books, which include powerful awakening illustrations and practice ideas, and Step 3: Use any of our three seeing through techniques, anytime/anywhere, throughout the day - watch as your perception of life shifts to a true reflection of reality.


The Sudden Liberation Program Includes:


* Sudden Liberation Program Manual (Audio/Video/Written) - Includes 3 Powerful Seeing Through Techniques: Reality Check, Beginner's Mind, Mind-Body Pairing

* Five Hypnotic Guided Meditations - Canyon View, Redwood Forest, Secret Garden, Tropical Rainforest, Beach Cove

* Seeing Through the Game of Life - This Book Includes 16 Powerful Practice Ideas: In Meditation, Active Imagination, Conscious Observation, Being Mindful, Etc.

* Seeing Through Symbology - This Illustrated Book Includes 142 Full-Color Images w/ Text Designed To Support Clarity & Insight



About The Sudden Liberation Program

This is a dynamic 21-day meditation program. You will see considerable results within this short period of time, by simply following the three program steps daily; Actually, you will see powerful and immediate results after simply listening to a Hypnotic Guided Meditation, doing a practice idea from our guide books, or simply using one of our seeing through techniques.

The Sudden Liberation Program is a reinterpretation of both ancient and modern techniques and practices that are capable of creating sudden transformation. I would like to give you a little information on some of these techniques and practices so that you understand how and why this approach works.

All Of The Following Techniques And Practices Are Easily Done By Listening To One Of Our 25min. Hypnotic Guided Meditations In The Morning Or Evening, & Simply Using One Or More Of Our Seeing Through Techniques.

Active Imagination: Active imagination is a powerful cognitive meditation technique that serves as a bridge between the conscious and subconscious aspects of your mind. It was most notably developed and used by C.G. Jung, the famous psychiatrist. The basic premise of active imagination is that most deep-seeded problems come from a lack of interaction between the conscious and subconscious aspects of the mind, and that understanding and resolution takes place when the two are in communication.

The Seeing Through techniques used in this program are based upon the active imagination philosophy and support the end of personal suffering by effortlessly engaging the subconscious mind into communication with the conscious mind, allowing misperceptions to be resolved on their own.

Isotones: Isotones are recurring beats of a single tone used for brainwave entrainment. They work by emitting sound at regular intervals that cause the brain to duplicate the frequency of the Isotone, changing its thought patterns. This effect has been successfully used to induce relaxation, meditation, creativity, and other desirable mental states. We use Isotones in our Hypnotic Guided Meditations to assist you in attaining a deep meditative state of consciousness – both effortlessly and instantly.

Hypnotherapy: Hypnotherapy is a modern tool that is used for changing beliefs and behaviors with immediate results. Its strength lies in the fact that a person’s body does not know the difference between imagining something and having it happen. As far as the body is concerned, the physiological responses are the same regardless of whether the person is imagining something or it is happening. The person therefore has the advantage of intellectually knowing that a situation is happening only in the imagination and physically responding as though it has happened.

We use this aspect of hypnotherapy in our Hypnotic Guided Meditations as a fast, efficient and reliable means of altering stress, worry, anxiety, etc. that are due to having misperceptions about oneself and life. Your body will feel the peace and serenity of seeing through your own thoughts, stories, and projections by simply becoming aware of them, without identifying with them, as they arise in the present moment, throughout the day.

Koans: A koan is a story, dialogue, question, or statement, which is used in Zen practice to test a student’s progress. They are pointers to an unmediated pure awareness. The central theme of many koans is the identity of opposites and the exploration of non-duality (e.g. what is the sound of one hand clapping), which leads to insight into the true nature of reality.

In the Sudden Liberation Program we use our own koans to focus the mind on a single point of thought that is non-dualistic in nature. By doing so, all other thoughts begin to disappear. The koan soon disappears as well, leaving you in a state of pure awareness.

Mantras: A mantra is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that is considered to be capable of creating transformation. The literal translation of the word mantra is instrument of thought. A mantra can be sung, chanted, spoken, whispered, repeated mentally, or written to attain single-pointedness of mind.

The Buddha once said, “What you think you become.” For most of us, our thoughts and beliefs are basically the same, so, “What you believe you become.” Understand that everything you think is also a type of personal mantra that you have been repeating to yourself in some form for a very long time.

In the Sudden Liberation Program, we approach thoughts as a powerful type of activity that you can use rather than an unconscious system of belief that uses you. We use the principle idea that all sounds contain the nature of truth (buddha nature) and by repeating your thoughts in a whisper, becoming aware of the sound or resonance of thought rather than the meaning - feeling the physical effects of belief diminish as the activity of thought in the present moment is given awareness - you will be able to approach thought as an action that inherently produces liberation.

Meditation: The term meditation refers to a broad variety of practices or techniques employed to either cultivate the state of meditation itself or to realize some benefit through the actual practice, in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness. Meditation can help clear the mind and ease many health issues, such as high blood pressure, depression, and anxiety to name a few. It has a calming effect and directs your attention toward pure awareness.

In the Sudden Liberation Program we approach meditation as a natural and effortless way of engaging every life activity, by simply being aware of rather than believing in thoughts as they arise; thus replacing the physical and emotional response to thought, with the peace and serenity associated with meditation, allowing you to engage life fully.

Mindfulness: Mindfulness (a.k.a. awareness) is a psychological faculty considered to be of great importance in the path to enlightenment. Mindfulness practice, as inherited from the Buddhist tradition, is being employed in Western psychology to alleviate a variety of mental and physical conditions, including obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, depression, and drug addiction.

Mindfulness, an attentive awareness to the true reality of things, is considered an antidote to delusion and, as such, a power of mind. The Buddha advocated that one should establish mindfulness in one's day-to-day life maintaining as much as possible a calm awareness of one's mind and body. The practice of mindfulness supports analysis resulting in the arising of wisdom.  

In the Sudden Liberation Program we use simple techniques to become mindful of our thoughts, allowing us to become present and aware of them as they are occurring. Many thoughts simply occur again and again, because we are not aware of them. By being mindful of our thoughts, old patterns of belief that are no longer relevant simply fall away, allowing us to focus on what is happening in the present moment with clarity and insight.

Self-Inquiry: Ramana Maharshi’s teachings on self-inquiry originated in his own awakening at age 16, when he became firmly aware of death and his true self. Self-inquiry is the constant attention to the inner awareness of one’s true self. Ramana recommended it as the most efficient and direct way of discovering the unreality of the thought of oneself. He taught that when the thought about oneself disappears, only the direct experience of the true self remains.

In the Sudden Liberation Program we use Isotones and hypnotherapy tools in our Hypnotic Guided Meditations to effortlessly put you in touch with the experience of your true self. Also, our seeing through techniques naturally move your attention away from the subject of thought to the activity of thought itself, which allows you to directly experience your true nature.

Turning Words: A turning word is a word, statement, or story that reverses the effects of having a false perception, belief, or perspective. It may be something that you have come across or heard a thousand times, and finally, at some point, you get it; and your life shifts in a new and positive direction. Turning words are powerful and life changing.

In the Sudden Liberation Program we use turning words to see where there are mental and emotional conflicts with being in ones true nature. Our turning words are statements that reflect absolute truth and are used to root out misperceptions about oneself and life. We do this for the purpose of seeing the misperception and diffusing the response, allowing the cultivation of deeper ways of being with life, such as with compassion, love, and wisdom.

Vipassana Meditation: Vipassana means insight into the true nature of reality. It includes any meditation technique that cultivates insight, such as contemplation, introspection, observation of bodily sensations, analytic meditation, and observations about lived experiences.

Western Vipassana Meditation practices tend to focus on mindfulness of breathing combined with the contemplation of impermanence: Sit like a tree and simply watch the breath moving in and out of the body; if the breath is long, notice that the breath is long, and if the breath is short, notice that the breath is short; becoming aware of the perpetual changes involved in breathing, and the arising and passing away of mindfulness.

Through the Sudden Liberation Program we learn to approach our thoughts as a type of Vipassana Meditation practice, where we may observe the arising of a thought like the inhalation of breath and the passing of a thought like the exhalation of breath; while noticing the impermanence of thought and the permanence of your true self - the one who is in observation of thought and all other experiences as they move in and out of your awareness.

This Meditation Program Is A Life Changing Event That Will Transform The Way You Perceive Yourself, Others, & Life - With Sudden & Immediate Results.