The story behind
Higher True Self – Life Change Training
and its Founder Aryana

 

In 1975, I entered Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach, California.  It felt like a prison — definitely not a safe place.  Luckily I was blessed with a dad who understood, respected, and championed my independent spirit, and at 16 I was able to sidestep high school altogether via the High School Equivalency Exam.  This was a pivotal event, because it allowed me to escape much of the conditioning that occurs at that formative age, when young people are driven to “fit in.”

That was just the beginning of a unique life that started me on the road to forming the Higher True Self work.

 

At 16, I lived in London.  Then I moved to Phoenix.  Then I ended up in upstate New York.  At 18, I was hungry for knowledge and life experience. So I enrolled in a community college.  I took algebra for the first time!  I was the kid in the front row at 8:00 a.m. classes, I made the Dean’s List which qualified myself enough to go to University.

After graduation I immigrated to England.  By leaving the United States, I gained a fresh perspective.  For the first time, I saw the effects of conditioning based on our nationality.

 

In 1987, I joined an esoteric group and learned how to live in alignment with spirit. I diligently studied Eastern thought, which included Taoism, the Bhagavad-Gita, the Upanishads, the works of Krishnamurti, Ouspensky, and Gurdjieff. 

For the first time, I felt a sense of meaning and purpose to life.

Nearly six years later, I met my soon-to-be husband. We helped establish the first cellular phone company in Caracas, Venezuela.

I worked on learning Spanish to greater connect with the locals. I deliberately avoided the ex-patriot community in favor of experiencing the warmth and wisdom of the local people. When our contract ended, we moved to Princeton, New Jersey. It was a culture shock.

I got married and became a mother, which was a surprise because I never thought I’d do either. As a mother, I didn’t follow a conventional path. I wanted to do something different as a parent. I birthed my son at home.  I home schooled him too. We didn’t watch TV or listen to the radio.  I wanted him to grow up aligned with his True Self.

When my son was six years old, my husband and I discovered we were on different paths and decided to divorce.  I needed to reinvent myself. That’s when I discovered Cybernetic Transposition (CT)*.

Cybernetic Transposition enabled me to integrate all my spiritual studies into my life.

This oddly titled book teaching Cybernetic Transposition reunited me with my True Self. I learned how to be productive in a busy world without losing my center and inner peace. Realizing I was the creator of my life experience, I finally accepted the choices that created my life.

Having two-way communication with my True Self was life-changing. It opened up an inner world of intuition, creative self-expression, and a sense of fulfillment and joy I had never known. I was tapping into the resources of my True Self. Life became a joyful expression.

 

 

I became aware of how many people on a spiritual path suffer in the world. They came to help, yet their open hearts and vulnerable sensitivity made it hard to thrive, let alone thrive in this dog-eat-dog world. Such sweet souls didn’t have a chance to realize their dreams. These were the people I wanted to make a difference with. Teaching them what I have learned has become my life’s purpose.

This work became my passion, and I needed to learn everything about it. So I badgered, pleaded, begged, and cajoled the founder of Cybernetic Transposition to train me to be one of the few Licensed Cybernetic Transposition Trainers. My persistence paid off. He agreed to take me under his wing as his first protege, so in 2005, I was one of the first certified and licensed Cybernetic Transposition trainers.

After 11 years of teaching CT, I am touched, amazed, and astounded at the transformation I witness in my students.

My signature program, the Highest Potential Program, has helped my students in the following ways:

 

  • Achieving goals supremely right for them without force or frustration
  • Building financial security
  • Restored inspiration and enthusiasm for life
  • Developing trust and faith in themselves and life so they get what they want out of life
  • Let go of fear, doubt, and worry
  • Build genuine courage and confidence so they tackle life challenges gracefully
  • Becoming empowered in their lives
  • Taking full responsibility for creating their lives as they choose it to be

“We are meant to be like children, open, freely expressed,
generous, playful and loving.  When we add the wisdom that we gain from life experience, we become fulfilled, spiritually evolving humans who are happy, peaceful, and successful.”

 

Aryana