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Insightful, inspirational, and practical book for experienced seekers


As one can easily see from my profile, for many years I have been drawn to read books related to spirituality and personal growth. I’ve always found that the ideal book for me to read at a particular time has come across my path at precisely that time. I definitely found this to be the case with “In Search of the Miraculous” as well. This truly is a wonderful book, as it delves deeply into the elusive subject of “enlightenment” in extensive detail, uniquely combining insightful, inspiring, and thought-provoking content with practical “how-to” suggestions.

The author authentically shares her life experiences and philosophy without coming across as some guru who has it all figured out. The book is very well-written and smartly organized, and makes for very interesting reading. It is ideally suited for people who have been on the path of spiritual growth for many years, as there are some intensive metaphysical concepts addressed within it that may be a bit too far out on the curve for newcomers to that path. If you are an experienced “seeker,” I feel very confident that you’’ll find solid value in this work. Here’s one of my favorite passages from it:

 “Your fear is a blessing. It is giving you an opportunity to disidentify from your mind and learn to trust the unknown. The mind can never trust or surrender. Trust always happens through intelligence and consciousness. The mind always asks for guarantees, but life never offers any. Life unfolds moment to moment, and each moment arises as a result of the moment that was surrendered before it. Life is a surprise that always arises out of the unknown. You can either embrace the unknown and live it fully and joyously, or resist it and live in pain, fear, and struggle.”

~ Jeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified

In Search of the Miraculous: Healing into Consciousness is available at,,, B&N, and Chapters.

View Mada’s Calendar of Events for upcoming seminars & workshops in your area.


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Pain as a friend?


Until you find and erase the cause of your pain and illness everything is a band aid solution. The causes are hidden in your body and psyche. They have something to do with the unconscious thoughts emotions and beliefs repressed in your body.

Instead of trying to fix and repress pain, look at it as a friend who is trying to tell you something about how you are living your life. Pain is trying to help you become more conscious and aware of your life and what you do with it – are you taking risks and living  life fully or are you holding back by following your fears, beliefs, and conditionings? Whatever you hold back on living will create pain!

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Spring into Your Center


To help with the ‘spring cleaning’ of old beliefs and heal into consciousness, we need to let go of all the beliefs that make up our many personalities. In a sense, we have as many personalities as we have beliefs: about ourselves, about others, and the world. Letting go of your beliefs and personalities is like peeling away the many layers of an onion. It takes time and effort.

We often try to repress and avoid looking at parts of ourselves that we believe are “wrong,” or parts that we don’t like and judge as bad. By denying one part of your personality, you create another personality and become more artificial, and by trying to avoid your shadow side you become more inauthentic and hypocritical.

Instead of trying to substitute one belief with another, an easy way to see and let go of your personalities and belief patterns is to focus your attention on your inner silence instead. If it is difficult at first to recognize your inner silence, try to focus on the outer silence. Sit in your room where you are not disturbed, or find a beautiful place in nature and focus your attention on the silence that’s around you. Once you have a sense of the outer silence, bring your attention inside and focus on your inner silence.

As you focus on your inner silence, try to look at yourself from outside and see the way you normally behave when you act with a particular personality. Watch the kind of thoughts you think when you are in that personality. When you see your belief and behavior pattern clearly, tell yourself that you are not that belief or that personality, then let it go. When you keep focusing your attention on your inner silence, disidentification with that personality and belief will happen effortlessly. Even if you find this exercise difficult at first, don’t quit right away. If you persevere, your connection to your inner silence and your understanding of yourself will increase, and you will find it to be greatly rewarding.

You can also try the above exercise of focusing your attention on your inner silence when you experience pain. Most of your physical and emotional pain is a result of your suppressed thoughts and emotions. If you try to fix your pain with medication alone, you may be only suppressing its cause and sooner or later the pain may resurface with even greater intensity.

When you feel physical or emotional pain, instead of focusing your attention on the pain, focus it on your inner silence. When focusing on the inner silence, pay attention to what kind of thoughts and emotions are surfacing and let them go while you remain a witness to them. By letting go of the thoughts and emotions you normally hold on to and focusing on your inner silence, you allow your energy to move freely; this also relieves your body of the accumulated stress caused by the suppressed thoughts and emotions.

Experience more ways of moving beyond thoughts into inner peace, presence, and consciousness in the Now by participating in one of Eliza Mada Dalian’s upcoming Intensives, Online Courses, or Workshops.

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Interview on World Spirituality


An insightful conversation with Mada and Rev. Paul John Roach on World Spirituality Radio. They discuss healing the wounded ego, how to find inner peace and silence, the 3 veils of illusion, healing with the Dalian Method, and practical advice to put into motion today.

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Active Meditation: A technique of the future


Why Meditate?

We all know that regular exercise is essential for our physical health but we often forget that meditation is essential for our mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Meditation gives us an opportunity to disidentify from our mind chatter and negative emotions and experience inner balance. It allows us to free ourselves from fear and suffering created by our ego-mind. A dedicated meditation practice can lead to increased self-acceptance, self-confidence, improved health, and deeper understanding of ourselves and others.

What is Meditation?

The essence of meditation is a detached observation or witnessing of whatever happens inside (the body, mind, and emotions) and outside (the world around you) without reaction or judgment. Through learning to observe you stop fueling your desires, thoughts and emotions and settle your awareness in the silent stillness of your being.

Passive Verses Active Meditation

At their core, there is no difference between active and passive meditations. Their intent is the same – to empty the mind and help you connect with and strengthen your inner witness.

Traditionally, meditation has been practiced through passive sitting and watching the breath, body, and mind. This meditation technique is known as Vipassana and was devised by the Buddha 2,500 years ago. Passive sitting and observation was much easier to practice in Buddha’s time because people lived closer to nature and were more relaxed and heart-centered than we are today.

Our modern lifestyle is dramatically different. We function at a much higher speed and are overwhelmed with information overload. We are bombarded with electromagnetic waves that undermine out immune system, and advertising that feeds our desire for material things. We have a poor diet, lack sleep and our stress levels are very high. When we are faced with this increasingly fast-paced lifestyle and are preoccupied with worries and aches and pains, quieting the mind through passive sitting becomes a monumental task that very few are able to achieve.

The quickest way to relax and experience a peaceful meditative state of pure consciousness in this day and age is through Active Meditation. Many people find Active Meditations easier and more enjoyable to practice because they help to quickly release accumulated stress from the body and mind, and allow even the busiest minds to experience silent gaps of inner peace with much less effort.

What is Active Meditation?

Active Meditation is an evolutionary process of releasing our stress and pent up emotions from the body while simultaneously being engaged in witnessing and dis-identifying from our thoughts and emotions.

There are several evolutionary Active Meditation techniques devised by the Indian mystic Osho for the contemporary man and woman. They have been practiced by millions of people around the globe since the mid 1970’s with outstanding results. These meditation techniques aid the modern-day seeker to experience inner silence and stillness a lot faster than what can be achieved through a long practice of passive sitting.

The Osho Active Meditations incorporate a sequence of four to five stages and come with pre-recorded CDs, which help the meditator to playfully transition from one stage to the next. While practicing them, you can laugh, cry, jump, shake, run, hum, shout, dance, and be free to express whatever you have been suppressing. Once the repressed thoughts and emotions are released, it becomes much easier to become conscious of and experience peace and no-mind in the silent sitting phase of the meditation.

The benefits of Active Meditation

Active Meditation will help you:

detoxify your body of pent up thoughts and emotions

relax and heal physical pain

improve digestion and lose weight

heal mental and emotional wounds

transform fear and anxiety and experience inner peace

gain self-confidence and uncover your inner strength

achieve a deeper understanding of yourself and others

5 of the Most Practiced Active Meditation Techniques

Below is a list of 5 favorite Active Meditation Techniques practiced around the world:

Kundalini Meditation by Osho

Dynamic Meditation by Osho

Nadabrahma by Osho

Chakra Breathing by Osho

No-Yes Active Meditation by Eliza Mada Dalian

It is best is to experiment with all of these meditation techniques and choose a couple that you find most enjoyable to practice with on a regular bases. Even if you choose only one meditation technique, but do it regularly (at least once or twice a week) you will be rewarded with powerful transformation in your personal, spiritual, and work life.

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Healing generations of fear


For the past 7 years, I have been deeply immersed in gaining understanding of the realms of consciousness, enlightenment, source energy, human energy, and knowledge about my contract in this lifetime.  After reading Mada’s book and listening to her at a bookstore, my intuition said she was a true mystic and that I could learn from her.  As a result, I participated in a 3 day retreat with Mada and observed her helping about 20 participants discover much about themselves and enhanced their level of healing into consciousness.  Her abilities to reach at the core of people’s problems were astounding.  This was also the first time I was exposed to the active meditation of Osho, which I felt was a great tool.   My own understanding reached a culmination when I had a private session with Mada where I was able, with Mada’s help and mystical abilities, heal generations of fears that were embedded in the mass consciousness of my ancestors and in my being.  Simultaneously, the energies in my healing work resulted in a tremendous increase flow of energy in my body (Kundalini experience) and likely helped me fulfill one of my life contracts by releasing the fears that I tapped into.  I am now living more in a heightened state of joy and consciousness as a result of my connection with Mada.

Jerry B. Gin, Ph.D., MBA, Director at the Foundation for Mind-Being Research

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Energy blockages


When I experience energy in my body from triggering thoughts or emotions it is usually in an area of one of my shakras. Does this mean that the energy I experience is where the blockage is? I am getting past emotions and experiences arising in my consciousness when I hold my attention on the energized shakra. Could this mean that I may be seeing the blockages that I created years ago or is this just my mind? Again, please use,edit,publish my questions as you see fit.

Thank you 😉 S. L.

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The work you are doing and your new book are an incredible gift …


Greetings Mada,

First of all the work you are doing and your new book are an incredible gift to me so, thank you! After reading and re-reading many of today’s popular spiritual books even though I was very present while reading them and practiced the inner awareness all day, most days I could still sense an internal blockage, but until I read your book I was not aware of what it is.

The way you illustrate the ego and how suppressed thoughts and feelings work in our bodies has likely kept me from chasing my tail for eternity. From reading about the shakras and the consciousness they represent I learned that most of my blockages are in my second and third levels.

After some introspection I have a sense that my ego is underdeveloped and wounded very deeply. I’d really like to work on becoming enlightened and attend your intensives. What I want to know is: If I am stuck in the lower shakras is transcendence of my ego unlikely in this lifetime? I really don’t believe in reincarnation at this point and the theory itself has added another blockage. Would attending an intensive be my best chance to work through these hidden layers I am not fully aware of yet?


Much love

SL, Vancouver, BC

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Your work really resonates with me…


I received the info on your phone sessions and have seen some of your work on “you tube” and ordered your book.  Your work really resonates with me. I  am one of those people who has tried “everything,” at least a lot of things. I think your remarks on the paradox of the strong ego being easier to put aside are really innovative and profound and helped me understand myself better. I have an autonomic nervous system disorder and I identified with a lot of your clients’ negative thought forms; I have an obsessive negative thought pattern. Anyway, I know the specifics aren’t important.

I’m not sure where all my negative thought forms are lodged, but do know the problem areas. I’ve been told I’m an easy read. I’m frustrated by my lack of progress in some areas and I think that for some reason no one who has worked with me really has a technique that accesses layers of unconsciousness and defenses. Sending me energy alone seems to overwhelm me and/or I don’t seem to be able to receive it.  I’m like the patient who you described who has the thought form “I need to work continuously on myself to heal.” The work has become an obsession in the last few yers and I want to be well and to experience life without fear and obsession.

My question is: I know it’s hard to tell before you work with a person, but after the initial 90 minute session and the homework, (which I imagine would be daily) how long would it be before I would have another session and how many on average do people require? I’m just concerned about cost and time. I gather some people make really significant progress after one session. Would my session be similar to those I saw on you tube involving the breath and identifying the negative thought forms?

Thanks again, and love and blessings to you. — MD, Westchester, NY

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