The Keys To Paradise

One day a samurai, a warrior unaccustomed to philosophical issues, went to visit a Zen teacher called Jakuin. As it was quite possible that he would die in the battlefield at any moment, he wanted to know whether hell and paradise existed and how to go to paradise and avoid hell. Jakuin listened to the samurai and answered: “What kind of samurai are you? I see that you are a coward, a nullity and a tramp.” As he heard this, the samurai became very angry on two accounts: firstly, in Japan to be samurai is highly honorable and, secondly, he was not a common samurai, but the leader of the most famous warriors. He, thus, took out his sword and aimed it at the teacher.

Jakuin remained calm smiled at him and said: “Now you have experienced hell and how you can get there!  When you are infuriated, you are in the hell.” Jakuin, the Zen teacher, had provoked the situation in order to show the truth to the warrior. The samurai understood. He put his sward away and, with gratitude, he bowed down in reverence to the teacher. His face lit up with understanding and a smile shone in his face: “You know now what is paradise and how to arrive to it.” 


Conflicts at home or at work, unpleasant news, bad climatic conditions, congested traffic or memories may all generate a set of negative emotions, which bury us for a long time in a world without harmony and full of suffering, resentment, jealousy and fury… Although the situations at the root of our reactions may fade fast, we often remain prisoners of the ‘will’ of these emotions, rather than delighting in a world of joy and inner peace. Negative emotions continuously draw us into the center of attraction of misfortunes, conflicts and even illnesses. It is not difficult to see that, in the vast majority of cases, our emotions control us. If, however, we want improve our life, we must learn not to depend on them, to control our emotional states and to find the keys of paradise.


1. Understanding the chain of generation of our emotions: image-perception-reaction. These chains are formed in childhood through the education and because of this, we easily remain ‘programmed’ to react in the given ways.

2. Reprogramming techniques: help obtaining emotional independence and to know that controlling emotions does not mean repressing them.

3. As well bread people, we often do not express negative emotions and yet, this does not mean that we do not feel them. Repressed emotions are very harmful, destroy our health and poison our life. Last, but not least, we have to be on the watch as, sooner or later, our emotional dam breaks!


1. Mechanisms of emotions creation: image-perception-reaction.

2. How are perceptions formed? Their apparent causes are, in most of the cases, false and lead to distortions and negative emotions. How to choose the correct perceptions?

3. What to do when we are already caught in the grips of a negative emotional reaction. How to bring about internal resonance with a more positive vision, well before negative emotions can damage us ad those around us?

4. How to allow an emotional discharge without the use of alcohol, drugs, antidepressants or other substances armful to our health? Methods that allow for the correct expression of potentially armful, accumulated emotions: sans-theater and dynamic meditations amongst others.

5. How to change negative situations that are frequently repeated in your life?

6. How to improve relationships with ‘problematic’ people and with all those who cause us negative emotions?

7. How to create an emotional positive field around us as well as a favorable atmosphere at work and at home.


It will apply a holistic, 100% effective, new methodology, based both on the latest Western techniques and ancient Eastern methods, which address simultaneously the body, mind and emotions. Classes include both theoretical and practical teachings, including exercises.


This course is designed for professionals with high levels of managerial responsibility within companies or organizations, who feel under a huge amount of mental and emotional pressure.


This program can be given at different levels of depth:

Introductory: 3 hours (one morning or afternoon during the week)

Complete: 8 hours (1st day: 10 – 14h and from 16 – 20h or 2 evening classes from 18-22h)

Advanced: 16 hours (2 days from 10 – 14h as well as from 16 – 20h or 4 nights from 18 – 22h)

Intensive: 24 hours (Friday from 18 – 21h, Saturday from 9 – 21h and Sunday from 9 – 18h)


Our teachers have an excellent reputation worldwide and all are especially trained both in business studies (economists) as well as in eastern techniques (Chinese medicine, Aikido, Yoga etc) . Due to their experience in investigation and application of this method for over 10 years, they have a deep knowledge of businessmen and their needs.

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Diana Suemi

Diana Suemi

Diana Suemi, international trainer, consultant, founder of international women’s association DAOIN, spiritual life-coach and torch bearer of ancient traditions, has empowered thousands of women to realize their soul’s potential. During 15 year experience Diana helped more than 10000 of women in 20 countries to find the best realization of their talents, find soul-mate and to build the harmony family and restore faith in life.

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