The Story of Neal Clark
I first heard of the Plainview Meditation Center from a flyer I picked up at the dry cleaners. I had done Yoga and meditation many years ago but never kept it up, so I went for the lecture to see what this was about. Most of my life I had been searching for a more complete view of reality. Toward this end, I read the scriptures from most religions mostly the Bible, and the writings of Taoism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sufis and Native Americans.
When I went for the lecture they explained their method. It wasn’t about adding anything like beliefs or ideas, it was about detaching. Immediately it rang bells in my mind because what I discovered from all my years of let’s call it spiritual research, was that all the religions pointed to the same thing, the giving up of the false or illusionary self to make space for the True eternal Self.
I signed up right away and began the meditation but it seemed too simple. I had a hard time believing it could really do anything. Now after following the method I can say it really works and there is really no other way to accomplish what it does. To rid ourselves of the false self and the endless troubles and pain that come with it is an extremely difficult task. Only because of the caring dedication of the helpers that guide the meditation and the guidance from its founder can this goal of all the spiritual practices be achieved. It can’t be done without that help and support, even if someone could write the greatest book describing how to do it.
I can’t urge anyone enough to try this method. It will help you to bring about a small and subtle change in your perspective. As subtle as that change is it is the difference between heaven and hell, life and death.