The first-ever National Conscience Month is being launched January 1, 2020 by The American Meditation Institute (AMI), a non-profit organization devoted to providing comprehensive training in Yoga Science—the world’s oldest holistic mind/body medicine. With the mission of encouraging individuals across the nation to practice using their conscience as a guide in thought, word and deed, this month-long observance is vital education––especially for those burdened by stress, burnout, fear, anger and the general discontent that pervades our society.
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.
The American Meditation Institute in Averill Park today announced that four regional high school students will be awarded the first-ever National Conscience Month scholarships totaling $2,000. Recipients will be selected through original artistic creations inspired by the use or denial of the Conscience. Submissions will be accepted in four categories: Creative Writing; Visual Art (two-dimensional); Music or Song; and Video.
The American Meditation Institute (AMI) an organization devoted to providing comprehensive training in Yoga Science—the world’s oldest holistic mind/body medicine and the core principle of every spiritual tradition—has launched the first ever National Conscience Month. National Conscience Month will take place January 2020, with the mission of encouraging individuals across the nation to practice using their conscience as a guide.