The Lightning Path
The Lightning Path is a sophisticated modern system of Authentic Spirituality, a Connection Framework that teaches you how to make a strong and permanent Connection to your own Highest Self.
List of Connection Frameworks
Arica School, Baha'i, Buddhism, Eupsychian Theory, Freemasonry, Gnosticism, Holistic Nursing, Jainism, Karma Yoga, LP Connection Framework, Monastic Christianity, Neo-Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma, Shattari, Sufism, Taoism, Theosophy, Transpersonal Psychology, Wicca, Yoga, Zen
Lightning Path > LP Connection Framework, LP HEALING Framework, Lightning Rod
Noting that most people can't avail themselves of expensive psychoanalysis, Abraham Maslow suggested that "...we must turn our attention more and more to mass techniques of helping the person to discover this precious human nature deep within himself-this, nature that he is afraid of expressing." The Lightning Path is designed to be such a "mass technique."
The expansion of Consciousness into the body and the provision of a "technology" to facilitate a "Consciousness Revolution" as Lazlo, Grof, Russell (1999) call it, has been a long-standing concern of philosophers, scientists, gurus, prophets, and saviours alike, for at least ten thousand years, probably more. Folks usually get interested after some kind of Connection Event leads to some Connection Outcome that causes them to question their "position" on things, sometime to the point of defining, altering, or transforming one's perspectives and even life's work. For example, Synchronicity, Active Imagination, and Dream Events all played a role in pushing C. G. Jung towards an examination of "occultism" and the spiritual side of life
- ↑ Maslow, Abraham. “Eupsychia—The Good Society.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology 1, no. 2 (1961): p. 7.
- ↑ Michael Fordham says "However, that these happenings stimulated him to join in the seances and that he subsequently undertook research into occultism bear witness to their effect upon him. Jung, C. G.. Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle." (From Vol. 8. of the Collected Works of C. G. Jung) (Jung Extracts) (p. xi). Princeton University Press. Kindle Edition.