The American Meditation Institute has announced a special free screening of the movie “Peaceful Warrior” to be followed by an engaging discussion about the importance of using your Conscience as your guide for a healthy, happy, and productive life. This two-part event will be presented at the Cohoes Music Hall, 58 Remsen Street, Cohoes, NY, on January 9, 2020 at 7 pm as part of the first annual National Conscience Month observance throughout January.
Following the movie, acclaimed author and world champion gymnast Dan Millman, who wrote the semiautobiographical book, “Way of the Peaceful Warrior,” will join American Meditation Institute founders Leonard and Jenness Perlmutter to discuss why it’s so important that each of us regularly use our Conscience in the process of decision making.
According to Dan Millman, “Everything you’ll ever need to know is within you; the secrets of the universe are imprinted on the cells of your body.”
National Conscience Month was originated by The American Meditation Institute with the mission of encouraging individuals across the nation to practice using their Conscience as their guide. The inspiration grew from the Yoga Science “Law of Karma” which states simply that thoughts lead to words, actions and, eventually, to consequences. This law of cause and effect, embraced by all great scientists, from Sir Isaac Newton to Albert Einstein and today’s quantum physicists, is as true and unavoidable as the Law of Gravity.
According to National Conscience Month founder Leonard Perlmutter, “A space satellite has no inner guidance to determine its destiny. Each human being, however, can escape the failings of the culture and our own past mistakes and thrive in the world, simply by letting the Conscience be our guide in deciding what thoughts to think, words to speak and actions to take.”
While this event is free, tickets are required for admission. Tickets are available at EVENTBRITE, The American Meditation Institute, or by calling the Cohoes Music Hall Box Office at 518-434-0776 and selecting option 2.
More resources and information about National Conscience Month are available at ConscienceMonth.org.