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Welcome to Jeroensjourney 2!
Dear reader, Beste lezer,
 
Welcome to the weblog that follows on jeroensjourney.punt.nl. Here I will update you on my experiences in Thailand and India, and my personal inner or spiritual journey. After my healing journey described on jeroensjourney.punt.nl (with also information about Buddhism, meditation, Taoism and other healing practices), this weblog, from early 2007, relates about further healing and spiritual growth for an increasingly happy and true life.
 
With love from Asia,
 
Jeroen Deva Geetesh (jeroensjourney@gmail.com)
(I check this e-mail not very often, so let me know, on my blog, that you sent me an e-mail)
 
P.S.:
Je reactie is van harte welkom!     
Reactions are very welcome!
Mijn spiritueel pad - korte terugblik
 
Voortbouwend op wat ik in antwoord aan Omnipleasant (zie vorige blog) al schreef nog het volgende:
 
Als ik terugkijk op het spirituele pad dan is het voor mij een pad geweest dat leidde van 'geinstitutionaliseerde spiritualiteit en religei' vol (bij)geloof, ideeen, dogma's en modellen naar steeds meer directe eigen ervaring met (uiteindelijk) verlichte masters als gids.
 
1. Ik ben ooit begonnen met een jaartraining Raja yoga. Dat was in 1988 en was inclusief een enorme hoeveelheid uiterst gecompliceerde (Indiase esoterische) theorie. De meditatie en asanas waren zinvol, maar van de theorie kreeg ik alleen maar hoofdpijn ;-)
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Dear reader

The change of year, for me, is always a time to look back on the past year. What has happened? Have I grown? What where the challenges and difficulties?

Rough rides in Pune

2010 was, again, a very very special year for me. It started where I am now, at the Osho Meditation Resort in Pune, India and last year, on the first of January, I was in the middle of a 3-week breath work training. A group that was so intense that my girlfriend said I was ‘green’ and I felt fucked up most of the time apart from just after Dynamic Meditation. It was a beautiful healing journey, but not an easy ride. But as with these processes; rough rides often lead to blissful states. My next group was Path of Love, not a beginners group either, but after 3 weeks of breath work I sailed through it and gave myself so totally that I had never imagined I could. 
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06 February 2010
 
Being real - After the Path of Love
 
Dear reader,
 
I just completed an intensive group called Path of Love (www.pathoflove.net). It comes in the form of a residential silent retreat that leads you deep into yourself. Despite having done about 30 weeks of these kind of groups and meditation retreats, this was a mind-blowing experience that, once again, went even deeper than anything that came before.
I won’t go into detail on what we did. That is kept secret in order to keep the surprise factor for all those that still want to do the process. But for all those that have done some serious emotional work there will be no really new things in it although the structure is ingeniously put together. And of course not knowing what is going to happen helps to go deeper.
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Dear reader,
 
In this weblog I write something that I haven't written about before. It is about what it means to be a Sannyasin. Two and a half years ago I took Sannyas and received a new name: Deva Geetesh. This is something that only weeks before I never imagined I would have done, but when I did it I felt I had no choice. Let me explain and tell you my story. Before writing about Sannyas though, I need to write something about me getting to know Osho.
 
A few years ago I did different courses for personal development and Buddhist and Taoist meditation retreats. Mainly in Thailand, but also in Europe. Over the course of less than a year, during those travels and in some of those courses, I met a number of people with interesting, non-western, names. These people were on a path of healing and spiritual growth, but they were different from most other ‘spiritual’ people I had met. They were down to earth, non-serious and above all, very alive. The women struck me as very sensual and beautiful.
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24 Nov 2009
 
Work ethic: Working hard
 
Dear reader,
 
You haven’t heard from me for a long time. While enough has happened I did not feel like writing. But now I have some interesting experiences and insights to share. Last week I did a primal therapy training in Osho Miasto in Italy and beside many other fascinating experiences and new insights one was really remarking.
One evening we did the Evening Meeting. That is a meditation which includes a video of the enlightened master Osho. The idea is not just to listen to the text but to be present in a meditative state. According to Osho what is relevant for you, for your healing or spiritual process is what you will pick up, consciously or unconsciously. In spiritual development it is not about intellectually understanding issues, but about being touched by what resonates in the depth of your being. This evening was going to surprise me.
On the video a woman asks a question: “I have come to understand that my belief is that nothing of value can be achieved without hard work…..” and she continues with her question which I forgot.
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August 9th, 2008
 
A new life in an old environment
 
Dear reader,
 
I wrote in my previous weblog about a change of energy and how that triggers change, personal growth and healing in people. I have definitely noticed it myself in the last couple of weeks. It has actually been quite special.
 
About a week ago there was this strong sexual energy, I was super horney and it felt like my whole body was vibrating with this very strong energy. Actually, it was so strong that it was almost not pleasant anymore. Of course it did not help, to say the least, that my girlfriend is not with me at the moment.
 
But after a couple of days that went. And then something else came.
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The becoming of a perfectionist & idealist
 
Dear reader,
 
I wrote in my previous weblog about the number One personality of the Enneagram: The Perfectionist. I never have had any doubt that this is my ego-fixation, but writing about my playful and adventurous soul child I started to wonder how, in my life, I ended up being the Perfectionist and forget about my playful little Seven.
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My soul child of the Enneagram:
Procrastination, Playfulness and Perfectionism
 
Dear reader,
 
The last couple of months have been a period of many insights.
I have not been flowing all the time, but is exactly through these obstacles and, of course, self-created, difficulties that growth and self-knowledge can take place. Difficulties are the universe´s way to show you that you are trying to swim upstream, that you have to do something different, otherwise things will get worse and worse.
 
So my challenges in work (see previous weblogs) and my stiff neck (see my last weblog) are all messages of the universe that help me to grow. The nice thing is that along with these challenges come teachings and treatments that help me to see what is going on. First the Abraham Hicks tapes that my friend Thomas gave me, than the EMF balancing technique that I wrote about in my previous weblog and now some of the wisdom of the Enneagram that I read about in a book of my girlfriend. I´ll write more about that below....
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Where:  Brasilia & Florianopolis, Brasil
When:    April 6th - April 20th, 2008
 
 
My work as Spiritual Practice (in Brazil)
 
Dear readers,
 
In previous blogs I wrote about the challenges in my work. Particularly in this work mission to Brazil. While typing this I am at the airport in Sao Paulo, about to leave Brazil, and I can look back at a successful two weeks of work in Brazil. I won´t bother you with the details of my work here and write instead about how I have experienced it. About how I felt during the mission. If there is one conclusion I can draw, it is this one:
 
"Whatever I am going to do in my work, whether I feel it is what I really want to do or not, there is always an opportunity to use my work to grow, to use my work as spiritual practice."
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Where:   Thailand,
When:    January & February 2008
 
Don't worry be happy - My unneccessary worries
 
Dear reader,
 
As you could have read in wbelogs I wrote over the past 7 weeks, when staying in Thailand, there were a number of worries that disturbed my peace of mind and sometimes even kept me awake at night. The two biggest ones were:
 
1. My plan to go to Mexico to visit my girlfriend one week before flying on to Brazil for work. This would mean that I would only have 3 weeks in Holland to prepare my work in Brazil and also extra flights and extra jetlags. I liked to visit my girfriend but also wanted time to settle down in Holland for at least a while.
 
2. A work project in Brazil in April where I had to work with a person that I had worked with before and with whom the cooperation had often been difficult. I was not looking forward to working with him again and also had all kinds of ideas of wanting to spend more time in Asia and less time in Latin America.
 
The first worry solved itself...
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