to Turn Limitations into
4 Week Online Course
Turn Stress, Fear, and Anxiety into Inner Strength and Self-Confidence
This 4 Week Online Course is a unique ‘signature course’ created by Mada Eliza Dalian especially designed for teens between the ages of 13 and 18 to support their transition into independence.
During the course we will explore the challenges that teens are faced with and the opportunities that lie ahead. We will quickly transform fears, insecurities, self-doubt, anxiety, anger, worry, or depression into self-confidence and self-trust.
Self-Exploration: the Key to Success and Happiness
After years of following the rules that your parents chose or often imposed on you, as a teenager you might now be eager to dictate how you want to live your own life.
This is both exciting and challenging at the same time. It is exciting because you are feeling a sense of freedom to be independent from your parents, but yet challenging because you don’t really know how to fully take care of yourself, and still need your parents assistance and support.
You might be surprised to know that your parents also feel excited and challenged as well seeing you become more independent and assertive. They are excited, because they begin to feel that a certain responsibility is being lifted off their shoulders as they see you become more independent. They are also challenged, because their authority as a parent suddenly gets shaken, and they lose control over your life. They can no longer fully impose their will on you or make choices on your behalf. They also worry that you might not make healthy choices for yourself due to peer pressure. Remember, your parents were teenagers once as well and they don’t want you to make mistakes and fail.
This course will help to create a solid foundation for you in this important new phase in your life and help you learn how to venture into the big world independently with more awareness, confidence, and understanding.
We will address and work with the issues that are troubling you not only with your mind but also with your body. After all, you are experiencing life not only in your head but also in your body. So each week we will also work with your body’s main energy centers and their wisdom to see how they can help you find practical solutions and create the needed positive changes.
This course will help you learn how to:
• Communicate your thoughts and feelings clearly without manipulating or shutting down emotionally;
• Keep an open and honest communication with your parents as you step into independence;
• Build mutual trust and respect between you, your parents, and peers;
• Learn how to find all your answers inside yourself;
• Handle peer pressure and follow your own inner voice regardless of what your peers want you to do;
• Learn from your mistakes instead of suffer over them;
• Learn to rust yourself and your intuition;
• Quickly transform your stress, anxiety, and worry;
• Overcome your fears and feel more confident in yourself;
• Discover and appreciate your own unique gifts;
• Explore your sexuality in a healthy and positive way;
• Find clarity on your relationships and career choices;
• Have fun and take risks to explore your creativity and unlimited potential.
How we will work each week:
Week 1The focus of this week will be to take inventory of all your concerns and what you would like to see improve or change in your life. Mada will look at what your body is saying in the first 3 energy centres, also known as chakras (see what each energy centre represents below). She will identify the exact thoughts and emotions that are trapped in these centres related to fear, anxiety, anger, insecurity, depression, worry, competitiveness, jealousy, or not feeling good enough. She will then guide you on how you can quickly clear and transform each one of your concerns and challenges (personal or school) in each energy center of your body using the Dalian Method for Teens. This will help you feel empowered and good about yourself and your own unique abilities and gifts.
1st ChakraThe first or root chakra, is situated at the base of the spine and is associated with the colour red. Our life force, also known as kundalini energy, coils up in the first chakra, from where it moves up and down through the body. The root chakra is the meeting place of our yin and yang (female/male) energy polarities. This chakra governs the reproductive organs, feet, legs, bones, and large intestine. It houses the seed of our creative potential.
2nd ChakraThe second chakra is located about two inches below your navel and extends into the lower back. It is associated with the colour orange and governs the liver. The second chakra houses our body’s survival instinct. It is the centre where we experience inner peace, and where our spirit connects with our body and helps us bring our awareness into the present.
3rd ChakraThe third chakra, also known as the solar plexus, is located just below the ribcage, and extends into the mid back. This chakra is associated with the colour yellow and governs the stomach, spleen, and digestive system. It houses our ability to establish healthy boundaries and stand up for ourselves. The third chakra also gives us the needed strength to manifest our vision and creativity into reality.
Week 2The second week we will focus on the heart chakra. Mada will look at what your body needs to communicate in the heart area and what thoughts and emotions might be repressed there that may be causing you to feel sad, depressed or alone. She will then give guidance to how you can quickly clear and transform the emotions that keep you stuck and unhappy using the Dalian Method for Teens. Working with it in your own personal space at home will help you let go of the hurtful feelings and feel more love and compassion for yourself and others.
4th ChakraThe fourth chakra is located behind the sternum in the chest and extends into the upper back. This centre is associated with the colour green and bridges the three lower and the three upper chakras. Emotions of sadness, grief, and thinking that nobody understands or cares about us repressed in the fourth chakra often cause heart problems, shortness of breath, asthma, breast cancer, and depression. Governed by the heart, this centre transforms our insecurity, anger, selfishness, greed, manipulative behaviour, and lust for power into trust, kindness, love, and compassion for ourselves and others.
Week 3During the third week we will focus on the three upper chakras. Mada will look at what your body is saying in the fifth, sixths, and seventh chakras and what thoughts and emotions might be blocking your inner wisdom and greatness. Using the self-help Dalian Method for Teens in your own private space during the week you will clear what is sabotaging your clarity in your body’s upper centres. You will also learn how to utilize the natural qualities of these energy centres to connect to your intuition and gain more clarity and strength in any situation. Working with the upper chakras will also help to improve your communication skills, your schoolwork, and your relationships.
5th ChakraThe fifth chakra is located between the base of the throat and back of the neck. This center is associated with the color blue and governs the thyroid and parathyroid glands, communication, and expression. The throat chakra helps us express our unique voice and creativity, and allows us to take responsibility for what we think and feel.
6th ChakraThe sixth chakra, commonly known as the third eye, is located in the forehead in the area between the eyebrows. It is linked to the pineal gland, also known as the “mystery” gland. Associated with the colour indigo, this centre houses our inner wisdom and spiritual intelligence. The third eye helps us see things clearly and objectively and find answers within ourselves. It also helps us take risks and be excited about trying new things.
7th ChakraThe seventh chakra, also known as the crown chakra, is located at the top of the head. It is associated with the colour violet or white and acts as a transition point between the limited physical reality and boundless cosmic reality. It helps us let go of our insecurity, attachments, and fear of death and the unknown. This centre symbolizes the flowering of human consciousness and its reunification with the Source.
Week 4During this week’s call you will receive specific guidance from Mada on what you can do to continue integrating and grounding your new awareness in your daily life as you move through your journey of charting your path with more consciousness and freedom.
How long are the weekly calls?
The length of the class will depend on the number of participants and the amount of time that Mada takes to address each person.
How do I connect to the call?
You will be calling a US-based conference number. You can call from your phone or Skype. If you do not have a long distance plan on your phone we recommend getting a Skype long distance plan, which you can use from anywhere in the world via your internet.
How much time should I dedicate to the Course each week to get the most out of it?
Naturally, the more time you are able to put into the course the more you can gain from it. It is advisable to set time aside after the call each Sunday to practice with the self-healing Dalian Method for Teens based on Mada’s individual guidance.
Can I ask Mada questions every week?
Absolutely! You can ask as many question as you may have during the weekly calls. You will also have an opportunity to ask Mada questions related to what is coming up for you during the week through the private blog which will be set up especially for this course.
Would I be getting the weekly recordings of the calls?
Yes. You will receive a downloadable recording of each call. Mada shares a lot of wisdom during the class and it will be very helpful to listen to the recordings again.
How many participants are in the class?
Due to the individualized nature of the course the maximum number of participants per class is limited (between 20 to 25 participants).
Would I be able to connect with other participants and exchange notes?
Absolutely! As a matter of fact, you will be encouraged to do so. We will be setting up a private group blog for the duration of the course. You can connect with others, share your experiences, and be encouraged by seeing the similarities that you and others are working through.
What are the required course materials?
- Self-Help Dalian Method for Teens
- Find Answers to Your Questions
- No-Yes Active Meditation
- Osho Kundalini and Osho Nadabrahma Active Meditations