Life changing “Transurfing” tips to live your dreams

How could an ex-Russian quantum physicist and author help you achieve any dreams you might have and become the happiest person you could ever imagine?

Vadim Zeland has a proven track record in this specialty. His concept of “Transurfing” – the art of surfing through the reality and transforming it – has hit bestsellers’ records and there are some good reasons for it. (Check it out here).

First and furthermost, it really works.  I have personally tested this – for several years – and I must acknowledge I obtained exactly what I needed and am quite happy about it.

Secondly, there are thousands of testimonials you can read through on internet. You’ll be even more convinced in it after reading the books and understanding the principle concepts of Transurfing.

Last but not the least, Vadim Zeland’s life and achievements demonstrate the effectiveness of Transurfing techniques. From a poor IT Specialist he became an Independent New Rich, a best-selling author and one of the most coveted conference guests.

This is enough evidence, however, it could really take some time to fully assimilate all the concepts of Transurfing and sometimes you need to ensure you get the full picture until this knowledge can really be applicable and bring concrete results. For this reason, I think it considerably makes a huge difference to get slightly more familiar with such a knowledge before jumping in the literature. Put in a short and effective way you may get some actionable tips that truly work so you are convinced to start with the further techniques and dive into the breathtaking lecture of the 5 + extra volumes of the bestseller.

Interested? Let’s have a closer look at what’s Transurfing is about and how it can change your life.

1. What is Transurfing?

It can be summarized in just one sentence: A complete and systematic ancestral knowledge combining visualization, behavioral, self-development and psychic techniques enabling you to play within unknown rules of reality and get to the state you mostly and truly desire and deserve.

2. What do I need to succeed in Transurfing?

Ingredients: Belief (at least 50% of the practice time), Determination (100%), Energy (10 to 30% of all your mental and physical energy available), Focus (you should be able to control at least 70% of your attention), Imagination (no limits), Self-confidence (as much as you have for the time being), Self-inspection and self-listening ability (same as in the previous), Emotional Intelligence (at least an Emotional Quotient (EQ) above the average), Discipline (100%).

3. How long does it take in average to make a dream come true?

It varies, but, in average and in most cases, if you meet the three essential conditions, you are guaranteed a 100% result within 3 to 6 Months depending on the level of complexity.

4. What are those three essential conditions to meet?

The first condition is to have a clearly established objective, as clear as possible. It must be a final objective, a final state you want to see yourself in. No intermediary stages, no “how to”s, just a final product that you must choose from the infinite possibilities’ catalogue. This is the principle of quantum reality.

The second conditions is the unity of mind and soul. If this is not the case it is never going to happen, no matter how much energy you will put it. The unity of mind and soul means the alignment of what your mind wants and what your heart tells you. If this is not reached the dreams fulfillment will take more time than needed. Hence you must be really good in both listening your heart appeals and managing your mind’s capacity to project itself in the future. The secret tip here is being a Silent Observer so as to be able to identify those alignment opportunities and make them come true…

The third condition – no matter how simplistic it sounds – is to allow yourself to get what you are intended to.  It simply consists in shifting the paradigm: you are not striving for a goal’s accomplishment, you are letting yourself come to that and letting the world help you get there. The key is the “intention”: the way it is formulated, handled, expressed and circulated. You do not want, you do not desire, you are just totally aligned and aware that you need that “something” so you are intended to getting to this situation somewhere on your life path where this “something” is delivered to you.

5. Are the techniques difficult?

Not at all, just sometimes it can appear a bit redundant if you are new to this. You must carry on your way and see the big picture. See it as a game – that’s probably the best advice I can give. It must be an adventure so you can enjoy fulfilling your dreams. After all, these are techniques and they can be mastered. This knowledge has deep sense and there is no random it has been canalized nowadays.

6. What tips and tricks can I use starting from now?

MAKE (IT):

M: for Mirroring. According to Transurfing, your entire life is nothing but a mirror of yourself. You smile – the mirror smiles. You behave like someone who’s intended to hit a world record no matter what others say – life will do everything to conduct you to that state no matter what others say. You are generating positive thoughts every day – You will start seeing even more of those in your reality.

A: for Alignement. You wish you could be a CEO but you are not particularly happy about this – it won’t happen or in the worst case it will happen but you would have wasted time, energy and even greater opportunities. You wish you were traveling more but your mind and reason considers you’re fool as you have no ressources required for this – it won’t happened neither or it won’t happen until you understand your mind is blocking you from undertaking wise steps into some uncovered opportunities. Alignement of mind and soul is key. They must agree and become friends and everything will be possible.

K: for Knowledge. Information is key, knowledge is the door. In front of any choice you will make it is crucial to be well guided. Therefore, acquire a complete knowledge of the overall Transurfing system so you prevent yourself from being discouraged in the half way to the victory. As long as you have parceled and weak knowledge on how the whole thing works you won’t feel comfortable, hence you won’t be confident and won’t be able to project properly your thoughts, energy and will.

E: for Energy. Everything requires energy. This aspect has been discussed earlier. Check out the “Apocryphal Transurfing” to learn more about energizing resources and techniques.

Hope this makes sense to you. Enjoy further reading!

The 5 most efficient daily rituals to make your day

Bloggers all around the world reference their bullet-proof methods to set up mind and body for a productive day. From simple daily or morning rituals to some articulated habits settlement (Jari Roomer) those enumerate a variety of techniques or activities that help focus and program an effective workday.

The business world guru Tim Ferris calls this the “5 morning rituals that help me win the day” and combines quotes from a range of remarkable people and most widely spread practices…

You first start making your bed following the recommendation of the Admiral William McRaven to feel some pride, then you Meditate or do some mindfulness practices with the guidance of Ferris’s book “Tools of Titans”, possibly you would also accomplish the “5-10 reps of something” (e.g. push-ups), without forgetting to prepare a “Titanium Tea” (why not…I do love Pu’erh..) and finish this by journaling and answering to questions/goals of the day. Ferris is very detailed and meticulous about describing his rituals, you almost want to reproduce literally the same scheme!

But how do things really work? These coaches all recognize that people barely achieve doing two or three out of those thousand activities. And does all this really help you achieve your “own” goals? We sometimes want to copy others behavior so badly we even ignore why we’re doing it all… You certainly may argue that these recipes are all customizable depending on people’s needs, and yet, the profound character of those rituals is still somewhat “standardized”. (Check my latest article dealing with the danger of “standardization” for the professional and personal life here).

On the contrary, while digging into the most universal methods (on goalcast or here), one realizes those are too abstract or too simplistic to really make difference for a specific situation. What’s more, everybody is so utterly focused on the “morning” or the “day” itself that they almost privilege more the rhythm and steps rather than the sense of those rituals….

It seems obvious that you should wake up early shall you want to have a productive day. It also appears of common sense to make some exercise, to meditate or to read. But none of those activities will make any difference if you are not getting the proper meaning of each and the reasons why you are getting yourself motivated to do those!

Put simply, many people lack some serious and deep context to understand why would they need to practice a ritual to be successful. Hereafter will follow some explanations that will help to decompose the myths behind the rituals on the one hand and to refill those with much sense on the other hand. You will be then given a proper methodology and real secret tips that will help you to genuinely make difference in all situations and for all life purposes.

Decomposing the myths

The first myth about morning or daily rituals is that they are supposed to work for everyone. WRONG. Compare it with the Placebo Effect. A placebo treatment always varies depending on a plenty of factors: the therapeutic context, the physician’s personality, the patient’s expectations, the nature of the patient-doctor relationship and finally the form, the cost and complexity of the treatment. Hence, no guarantee the same experience will have the same results for everyone when it comes to auto-suggestion of auto-programing techniques such as daily rituals.

 The second myth consists in the notion of the ritual itself. Rituals are a feature of all known human societies (Brown, Donald (1991). Human Universals. United States: McGraw Hill. p. 139). The word Ritual is related to the English “rite” (right way of doing things) and Latin “ritus” meaning “the proven way”, “the correct custom”, and possibly also related to the Sanskrit “rtâ” meaning “visible order”.  Some other analogies are possible too, one can relate it to something repetitive, such as a “rotation” (rota), a wheel, a cycle.

However, there is some inconsistency between the “right way or customs of doing things” and “the repetitive cycles”. How can someone be absolutely sure about doing the right thing by repeating the same thing over and over again?

We rather propose a different interpretation of the “ritual”. Opposed to the latin “irrĭtus” (unfixed) and rather apparent to the “reor” (attached, bound), the sense of a ritual, comparable to the meaning of other similar topics as amulets, icons and all ritual related staff – is mainly aimed at BINDING YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS WITH A FIXED OBJECTIVE. Hence, the ritual is nothing but a self-programming to reach specific levels of your subconsciousness. The latter influences your behavior to the point that you literally do “the right things to do” so as to get closer to the objective. Check out documentation on the hypnosis and NLP for that.

The third myth is that rituals are believed to be commonly understandable and accessible things. No single activity is performed uniformly: meditation, morning tea, visualization, relaxation, journaling,… not even the push ups. For example, there is no shared and in-depth vision of what meditation truly is and what it is actually for. Some recon this is made to better focus, some will say it consists in relaxing, some would say it is about mastering your mind, being aware…bla bla bla. Rarely do we see genuine master describing the essence of the meditation and its outcomes.

For all these reasons, and given the extent of our approach to the subject, we would wish to propose a different view on things, a proper methodology. This is called MEDIC and stands for Meditation, Energy, Depth, Intuition, Calm. Yet, we provide with the full description of what every word means and how to better practice on each step.

MEDIC: Meditation – Energy – Depth – Intuition – Calm  

  1. Meditation

Just pick up the first two syllables of this word: “medi” , meaning the “middle”. What’s this about. Buddha tought about the “Middle Way” conducting to the “illumination”. It literally consists in avoiding extremism. You neither focus, nor do you lose yourself. Simply observe. Surprisingly, in the Middle English the word observation has the sense of “respectful adherence to the requirements of rules or ritual”. This is an interesting fact; however, we wish to elevate the sense we are putting in this word. We rather mean here “being the observer”. We are not going to detail the practice of meditation as such (check out further articles on this topic) but we may indicate here some couple of tips.

Genuine meditation consists in an ability to “be the inner observer of your own self”, i.e. to dissociate your “Self” (ego) from your “Existence” (the fact of being here). By looking silently in the “Middle” of your self you are going to distinguish the movements of your thoughts from the silent presence of something deep in you. Thoughts will come and pass away, emotions too, and yet someone is still “here” to observe them. Give a try, be that observer and see what happens… Go down as deep as possible and uncover the truth that matters for you and that will impact you.

Contrary to all the recommendations regarding the preference of the morning time we rather suggest you do it in a more peaceful moment, most often in the night when both your ego and energy have calmed down after a long day of work and are more adapted to experience the silence.

There is a huge difference between a night meditation and the morning one. In the night you are in the dark and you are preparing to shut down after another cycle of events you experienced during the day. Hence, your fears, regrets, thoughts… they all “come to light” of your consciousness, just like before a death. That is where the best opportunity lies. Seize that chance to go deep down in your personality’s world to remark its illusionary nature. Notice that at that moment of a fatigue noting matters more than you being in your bed to get some nice warm sleep…  Stop your “self” in that very vulnerable situation and cast a light to your “Presence”. (see “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle).

2. Energy

Now that you have managed to meditate in the night, the logical outcome should be a sufficient amount of paradoxical psychic energy coming to you in the morning. To ground that you must canalize your flow of “Chi” (energy) through a series of exercises. In this field the best recommendation is : choose among the most intuitive and pleasant exercises. As energy knows what it likes most, you simply must trust your body’s appeals (of course mind some “reserves” on this term, we’re not savages 😊 ).

To further enhance energy level we recommend practicing yoga lockdowns such as Bandhis, exercises such as Agnisara Dhauti, asanas (Headstand), etc. Chi Qong or Tai Chi is also a great way of canalizing energy. In fact, you should rather care for canalizing it than for getting it. Trust the universe and nature to provide you with it and care for managing it wisely. After all, you have been given a life which is already a big amount of energy, so be confident that you will get some more on the way to help you accomplish your duties. 

Therefore, learn to circulate your energy in the body rather than to get it in.

3. Depth

The secrets of Olympic champion’s success are simple: use all the means at your disposal to win. For some athletes even a millisecond can make a difference. Likewise, do not hesitate to go deep into the topic of the Ritual and to create your own one that would deeply matter to you. In fact, creating a customized ritual on your own will make a huge difference compared to standard ones. Put simply this will relate to your deep consciousness and wake up sleeping resources that were until now unavailable to you! Take example from Rafael Nadal with his unprecedented gestures before serving.

Check out for the further articles on our blog to discover the variety of combinations you can make out of different know rituals.

4. Intuition

Ready with your customized ritual or rituals? Congrats. Now turn on your intuition development. This is a very tricky field, far from science and any known methodology. In the first instance it consists in relaxing (body, mind, emotions). Secondly, it does not have to be something to practice as an activity. Rather you have to get a habit of feeling intuitively the right thing to do. Deepak Chopra (here ) along with many other people have recommendations on this topic (example: Jack Canfield here).

Pick up everything you can around you to feel the right signs and interpret the messages the universe is sending you. If you do so from the very beginning of your day, you will notice how aware and mindful your behavior becomes over the day.

How?

Believe yourself in The Matrix. You are Neo and you know how to read the symbols around you. Your matrix is all the time configured and edited with different flows of information fluctuating around you. Pay attention to the repetitive things, messages you might here while walking in the street, some coincidences that should not have taken place.

In other words, the key to develop the intuition is the “spontaneity”. Do you believe in the notion of Serendipity? (check out Wikipedia here). If not, the serendipity believes in you 😊.  All you must do is to let yourself hear the level of comfort your heart is signaling to you. Being out of your comfort zone for a little time is normal, however remaining in that state is not! This is a very basic approach to the intuition but at least it makes sense to those who are beginners in this area…

5. Calm

Keep calm and have a tea. Preferring calm reactions to the overreactions is key to deliver well in the four previous points discussed here above. Calm etymologically means still, quiet, peaceful. I like the German word “Kaum” for that, meaning “barely”, “hardly”, “scarcely”. Calm reaction is barely a reaction, almost no reaction. Your day is full of everything, insane amount of information, emotions, thoughts, noises, etc. and instead of submerging yourself with more of those things you rather try Laozi’s concept of “Wuwei” meaning  “Inaction”, “Inexertion”. Check out “Original Tao: Inward Training (Nei-yeh) and the Foundations of Taoist Mysticism” (Verse 11, tr. Roth, Harold D. (1999), Columbia University Press). Laozi suggest returning to the state of “uncarved wood”.

We are not intended to make a dissertation on the Taoist Mysticism here. However, this is the best reference to practice our fifth arcane about “Calm”-ness.

In Russian, the calm can be both an adverb (and comes from two roots:  “sleeping” as in the “bed”) and a noun (sereral meanings: room, rest, peace…). There you go. To the bed! Just like in n°1 advice here above.

Let your “Self” sleep and instead be the observer in order to remain in the calm. Just like in your bed: nothing matters anymore, no single thought or emotion matter more than the fact of being in the bed and getting some warm sleep. Remind yourself this state and you will know how to be calm…

Diplomatos

No one can claim today being hundred percent aligned with their personality. It is just impossible. By definition, a personality is a characteristic rather than a substance:  it is never the same, its behavior always depends on the situations and – just like our habits – it can take different forms over time. What is this all about…? Our ego. Our Self. Why this article? Because this thing is the root cause of all the sufferance and failures in both professional career and social life.

Wonder what does “being aligned” mean? Who aligns with what? As if there was something else than just our “self”, a presence, an observer that notices the existence of a personality – a virtually made persona – and lets this persona make the conclusions on its behalf. Does that sound complicated? ish…

It becomes even more complicated when someone needs life guidance but instead just listens this damned personality – satisfies its desires, aspirations, fears, addictions, etc. Few people are able to distinguish the inner voice versus the personality’s one. The inner voice means the one coming from the depth of our soul. Our soul? Our substance, consciousness, our awareness or call it whatever you want. In other words when you feel being present, here and now, being in the state of a silent observer – you are making the experience of your substance.

That’s completely different from your personality. The latter mimes and copies in a thousand different ways one’s substance. Not only it is always “acting as” but it is harshly attached to itself and defends its positions and rights for existence. It invents the game of becoming “important”. You like being someone important, or being someone who matters, who makes difference…., don’t you? Why wouldn’t you?

By becoming important, the personality considers that all the challenges and obstacles it overcomes, makes out of it and an even greater “someone”. You become “experienced”. You become “knowledgeable”. You become “clever”. You become that “someone”. You matter.

To succeed well in this relentless game and ensure a complete victory, it makes your substance believe that by losing your personality you’ll lose your “Self”, that you’ll simply die. This is called “self-identification”. It assigns you a persona-type, a character, a role, habits, features. Given that your substance is something extremely subtle and sensitive, very naïf and often open-minded, it believes all the story and gets into the trap of an identification with the so called “Self”. Why that? Because natures fears emptiness.

“What’s the problem in this?” – you would certainly ask. The problem is that you trust your entire life to someone who gets no idea of what to do or what should be done. This looks as if you sat down in a taxi and instead of ordering a trip to your home you trusted the desires of the taxi driver. He may bring you to the place he wants to and that he deems more suitable for you. So, forget about “home”. You’ll never feel yourself home again. You are in a trap, or – if you want – in a trip, a very long trip that may last your entire life. On the way you might be offered some comfort, some great sightseeing’s, some eye-catching stuff, some sensational feelings and you may also meet many interesting people, but never will you ever feel “home”. The disappointments will come one after another. The successes will be alternated by the failures and vice-versa, and yet they simply won’t make sense anymore, because you have no home to bring those successes or failures to.

I do not yet have any clue on how to avoid this or to get rid of it, otherwise I would have been called “Buddha”, however, I have some tricks on how to deal with it and how we can handle it wisely, not cleverly, not intelligently, not shrewdly… but wisely.

In order to succeed in handling this awkward game, you need to be diplomatic. What does this word mean? “Matos” comes from the greek “face” and “diplo” means “double” or “two”. Hence, to succeed you need to see the both sides, the two faces that you and everyone else have.

Many time diplomatic approaches avoided huge crises to the humanity. Then why shouldn’t it work for individuals? Read through the various articles in this website and you will discover the secrets behind the Diplomatos way of thinking.