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This talk was conceived with the understanding that all outer conflict, including war, is a manifestation of pre-existing inner, mental conflict. Without inner, mental conflict, outer conflict does not spontaneously manifest in the body, nor in the world as war.

In 2022 we are all experiencing the horrors of war in Ukraine through a flood of digital images. We ask ourselves how inhumane, premeditated acts of death and destruction could arise in the 21st century. From a yogic perspective the answer comes as simple logic. When our individual and collective outer actions (thoughts, words and deeds) are based on our inner wisdom, peace is experienced, and we are able to fulfill the purpose of our lives. But when our individual and collective outer actions do not follow our inner wisdom, that interior conflict becomes the mother of all pain and sorrow––including war.

This presentation will help attendees to:

  1. Deepen their understanding of certain principles of Yoga Science, Philosophy and Psychology
  1. Understand the importance of Coordinating the Four Functions of the Mind: Ego, Senses, Unconscious and Conscience (Buddhi).
  1. Understand how to optimize Your Conscience to enable you to experiment with resolving your own mind’s inner conflicts. By practicing what is learned you will increasingly observe yourself acting out of kindness and compassion, rather than adding to the outer conflict in the world. Your skillful action will then bring you the purpose, resolve, courage, commitment and clarity you need in order to become a force for peace and prophet of Love.
  1. Understand how to cultivate will power, creativity and energy to do what is to be done, and not do what is not to be done to help turn WAR into PEACE.

Registration is required for this event.
You will receive a Zoom link via email when you register.  We look forward to seeing you!

Thursday, May 26, 2022  •  8:00 – 9:30pm ET (7:00 – 8:30pm CT)

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The Meditation Center offers training in Raja Yoga, an integrated, scientific, experiential approach to improving a person’s ability to skillfully use mind and body in everyday life. It was first codified by the great Indian scholar and sage Patanjali in his famous work, The Yoga Sutras.

The Meditation Center serves as a resource of the Himalayan Tradition, which was established in the West by H.H. Sri Swami Rama of the Himalayas. The ancient methods taught in this tradition underlie the variety of meditation systems found in all faiths. Raja Yoga not only includes the physical postures and stretches that people often refer to as yoga, but also includes efficient breathing, control of the senses, enhanced concentration, the cultivation of personally healthy habits, training in social relationships, and higher stages of meditation.  Read more

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Leonard Perlmutter (Ram Lev) is the founder of The American Meditation Institute and originator of National Conscience Month. Mr. Perlmutter’s first book, The Heart and Science of Yoga® was endorsed by Dean Ornish MD, Bernie Siegel MD and Larry Dossey MD. Over the past 26 years, he has served on the faculties of the New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts and the International Himalayan Yoga Teachers Association in Calgary, Canada. He has taught workshops on the benefits of meditation and Yoga Science at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Kaiser Permanente, The Albany Medical College, The New York Times forum on Yoga, the Commonwealth Club of California, the University of Wisconsin School of Nursing, the Washington University Medical School, the University of Colorado Medical School and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point Association of Graduates. Since 2009, Leonard’s Foundation Course on Yoga Science has been certified for continuing medical education credits by the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association.

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