Have you ever thought about trying meditation but didn’t know how to get started?
The American Meditation Institute provides comprehensive training in mind-body medicine. In it’s holistic approach to wellness, AMI combines the best of ancient Eastern meditational wisdom and the practicality of modern Western science.
By practicing the scientific, meditational techniques taught at AMI, students learn how to construct a practical bridge between their own inner, intuitive quantum wisdom and their actions in the world. This bridge between the inner and outer worlds coordinates all our assets to enable us to experience health, creative, loving, nurturing and rewarding relationships.
Multitasking and Chronic Stress
Why Are Multi-Taskers So Stressed Out?
Nothing gets the stress levels revved up like multitasking. We’ve all been there – spread too thin, feeling a lack of satisfaction, perhaps even bitter. Well, there’s a reason multitasking is taking a toll on you. By definition, multitasking is an impossible feat – IMPOSSIBLE! No wonder you feel stressed out.
So what to do when you’re in a time crunch, trying to do 25 things at once, accomplishing very little? While it may sound counter-intuitive, you can actually get more […]
Harvard Psychiatrist Studies Meditation and the Chronically Stressed
Scientists are getting close to proving what Yoga Scientists have held to be true for thousands of years: meditation can ward off stress and disease. John Denninger, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School, is leading a five-year study on how the ancient practices affect genes and brain activity in the chronically stressed. His latest work follows a study he and others published in 2014 showing how mind- body techniques can switch on and off some genes linked to stress and immune function. While hundreds of studies […]
AMI Students Share Benefits of AMI MEDITATION
AMI MEDITATION is the foundation course for understanding and practicing Yoga Science in modern life.
Important Tools/Benefits of AMI MEDITATION
You’ll learn the following:
How to focus the mind on one thing at a time.
How to slow down the mind by increasing the space between stimulus and response.
How to regularly access “higher knowledge” from the superconscious mind.
How to find the strength to do what’s to be done, and not do what’s not to be done.
Ahimsa (non-injury, non-harming)
How to love and be loved