Science has unequivocally confirmed it: a consistent daily meditation practice leads to better results for body, mind and soul.
Meditation can lower your stress (especially during these times of increased tension), enhance your can-do capacity, improve your sleep, make you mentally sharper, ease negative emotions, and enhance positive ones… it can even optimize your work performance!
So the question isn’t IF you should meditate, but rather HOW. There are so many choices when it comes to choosing a practice. How are you to know which is the best one for you?
Good news! On Saturday, February 18, yogic scholar and spiritual teacher Richard Miller will present a free online event, Navigating Uncertain Times With Yogic Meditation: Foundational Practices for True Resilience, Wholeness & Wellbeing.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity for Richard to support you in fine-tuning your meditation practice based on the latest brain science as well as the instructions left to us by ancient seers.
This fascinating mini-workshop will give you greater insight into yogic meditation traditions, which differ from the more well-known Buddhist traditions. For example, yogic meditation is particularly effective for accessing higher states of consciousness, including the joy and wellbeing that great yogis say is our birthright.
In this one-hour free event with Richard, you’ll discover:
- The unique aspects of yogic meditation to help you navigate uncertain times
- The latest neuroscience research on meditation — what works and why
- How to establish a practice grounded in resilience, wholeness and joy (yes, joy!)
It’s free to attend, but you must RSVP here.
Please join us!
BTW….Don’t miss your chance to experience Navigating Uncertain Times With Yogic Meditation, where you’ll discover how to establish a far more effective and fulfilling practice of yogic meditation… for FREE! Richard’s methods will help you build a deep inner ground of peace that you can call on as a resource in the midst of difficult circumstances.
A downloadable recording will be provided later to all who register, whether or not you listen to the scheduled event.