Teaching the 5 states of consciousness

The course will also automatically activate empathy, holism and empathic leadership through training of Alpha Theta Meditative modes. The primary purposes of the course are:
About the 5 states

You will achieve conscious, will-driven activation of empathy, compassionate intelligence, intuition, creativity, spontaneous and continuous joy and holistic understanding and integration, as well as strengthening the strong will in union with the good.

Achieving highly empathic/compassionate leadership
Conscious will-driven activation of various meditative states.
Continuous preservation of the highly empathic/compassionate state (especially in the Theta brainwave state) in, for example, political discussions and in, for example, the development and presentation of legislative bills.
The meditative states contain 5 steps:

Concentration comes from “concentrare”, which means “to gather in a point”, and from “con”, which is a derivation of “center”, “center” or “midpoint”. In psychology, concentration is an expression of a person’s ability (or inability) to stay focused on specific activities or tasks. Concentration is therefore a combination of the ability to retain one’s attention and the ability to rule out disturbances.

Concentration is the first level in the meditation process, where the meditator first focuses the thought on an outer object and then on an inner, mental image. Prolonged concentration slips into meditation. Energy follows thought.

Meditation is derived from the Latin meditor and meditatio, which means “practice me, prepare me for”. The meditator prepares for a change in his state of consciousness. In meditation, concentration refers to focused attention. Most meditations and meditation types / directions stay in this phase !.

Latin “consideration”. A concentrated immersion in which the meditator loses consciousness of himself, as all attention is directed towards the goals of the meditation. Provides in the long run great highly empathic/compassionate insight and strong-willed action, as well as a strong-willed and empathetically united leadership, as the good and strong wills mentioned in the East are united here.

Illumination means “enlightenment”. Illumination is the term for contact with higher states of consciousness that enlighten the meditator on an aspect of the higher reality.

Inspiration consists of “in”, which means “after”, and “spiro”, which means “breath”. Inspiration was taken from the Greek word “empneusis”, which consists of “one”, which means “in”, and “pno”, which means “to breathe”. “Save” therefore means to “breathe”. Inspiration is the term for a state in which man allows himself to be influenced by higher impulses, ideas, thoughts or concepts, which he is usually not immediately able to receive.

The course contains 7 Modules of 2 hours.

Module 1:

Lesson 1 – Theory:
Review of diverse evidence-based internationally relevant research in meditative states. Brief review of activation of the six basic values, as well as a possible seventh if the interest for it presents itself.

Lesson 2 – Practice:
In activating and strengthening step 1: Concentration.

Module 2:

Lesson 1 – Theory:
Activation of empathy in relation to personal relationships, relationships in the immediate environment, relationships in larger contexts, such as special communities, ethnic groups, nations and across species and in relation to nature, as well as Holistic Integrated and Oneness Empathy and maintenance of empathy in conflicts and discussions.
Activation of compassionate intelligent leadership.
Clarification on the difference in the intensity and quality of empathy in the different brain wave states.
Empathy in Alpha-Theta and Gamma brainwave states caters to different quality areas.

Lesson 2 – Practice:
In activating and strengthening step 2: Meditation.

Module 3:

Lesson 1 – Theory: Mental clarification of the difference between gut feeling, sympathy and empathy.
The understanding of mentalization, modularized intelligences and compassionate intelligence.
Achieving compassionate, intuitive thinking and knowledge.
Achieving compassionate, intuitive holistic insight, including action for highest well-being for all involved here and now, and in the long run.
Achieving compassionate intelligence and an intuitive approach to any subject, thus saving huge amounts of all types of mental and emotional resources and time, so that the most effective decision for the most optimal and appropriate action for all parties involved now and in the future, as soon as possible and with fewest negative consequences can be taken.

Lesson 2 – Practice:
In activating and strengthening step 3: Contemplation.

Module 4:

Lesson 1 – Theory:
Review of different psychological and mental terms in relation to the general treatment and understanding of the mind, the 7 minds and meditation.
Use of concentration, meditation and contemplation in relation to political affairs.
Participants are welcome to mentally prepare for questions on these topics.

Lesson 2 – Practice:
In activating and strengthening the first 3 steps in meditative states, as well as encouraging: Illumination.

Module 5:

Lesson 1 – Theory:
Definition of consciousness, states of consciousness, the higher Self and related topics according to The West’s leading brain consciousness researchers and brain researchers and current degree of neuroscience, as well as the Wise Men of the East.
Brief evaluation of the course topics and the participants’ experiences, thoughts and impressions along the way.

Lesson 2 – Practice: In activating and strengthening the first 3 steps in meditative states, as well as encouraging illumination and inspiration.