Letting Go describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the author's clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all of its many forms. The inner mechanism of surrender was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book.
"Read it, practice it... and change your life"
Join Dr. Hawkins and his wife Susan in this intimate setting as they delve into the topic of "How to Live Your Life Like A Prayer". Dr. Hawkins discusses this inspiring subject from many different angles in this very informative interview, such as how to pray, what outlining is, surrendering to God's Will, the value of blessing your food, forgiveness, the proper attitude to have when praying, the beneficial effects of prayer, how to start your day with prayer and much, much more!
The Satsang Series is an informal bi-monthly event that opens with a few remarks by Dr. Hawkins. He then answers questions from the audience relating to the information presented in his books and lectures on consciousness research and spiritual realities, as well as other spiritual matters and current events.
"Delightful Satsang Q & A with candid honesty"
The Question and Answer Series is a collection of three events, recorded in 2011, that opens with a few remarks by Dr. Hawkins. He then answers questions from the audience relating to the information presented in his books and lectures on consciousness research and spiritual realities, as well as other spiritual matters and current events.
"One Big Take Away"
Talk #1: In this insightful session, Dr. Hawkins and his wife, Susan discuss the reality of life and its challenges. He stresses the importance of faith and prayer in daily living and how to maintain a spiritual awareness in life. Glamour, greed and human wants are also discussed. In addition, we are given a truth that we can use when life gets to be too much to handle. Dr. Hawkins also addresses the phrase "like goes to like" and the value of acceptance in one's life.