Master Class: Meditation for the 21st Century

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What is Meditation for the 21st Century?

 

With recent advances in the neuroscience of meditation, we now understand how different styles of meditation impact the brain. Meditation is not a one-size-fits-all process. Some styles of meditation activate the brain, while others seem to quiet it down. Some styles are better for managing stress and anxiety, while others are good for increasing concentration or developing empathy. We can use this knowledge by combining ancient meditation practices and modern technology to design effective and efficient meditation programs tailored to each individual.        

In this Master Class, we will explore four specific styles of meditation that are based on the role of attention, intention, brainwave states and the brain regions involved; these styles include Focus, Mindfulness, Open Heart, and Quiet Mind.

About the Master Course: Meditation for the 21st Century

Dr. Jeff Tarrant, Director of the NeuroMeditation Institute, provides an overview of the Master Course

 

Why Choose Meditation for the 21st Century?

 

This course takes a scientific approach to the art and practice of meditation. Through the use of brain-based principles and tools, we can examine the specific styles of meditation and use this information to help both beginning and experienced meditators build a more stable and peaceful state of mind.

This course contains

57 lessons, 15 Guided Practices, a host of tips, tools and techniques to help you develop or advance your practice, a PDF of all slides, lifetime access to all of the content in this course, interactive comment component to help you get the most from this course.  28 CEU's  are available for Health Professionals.

  • Learn the neuroscience behind each meditation style
  • Connect each style to specific concerns and goals
  • Learn how to identify which styles might be best for you or your clients or students.
  • Experience each of the 4 NeuroMeditation styles with a variety of guided practices
  • Learn a trauma-informed approach to teaching meditation
  • Discover how to use technology to facilitate specific states of consciousness including audio visual entrainment, biofeedback, and virtual reality.
  • Develop skills to teach these practices to your clients and students.

What will I learn?

 

In this comprehensive Master Course you will learn the science and practice of NeuroMeditation. Whether for personal knowledge or working with others, the practical knowledge and skills taught in this course will give you the confidence to make meditation more individualized, efficient, and enjoyable.

Module 1: An Introduction to NeuroMeditation (4 lessons)

Module 2: Focus NeuroMeditation (12 lessons)

Module 3: Mindfulness NeuroMeditation (13 lessons)

Module 4: Open Heart NeuroMeditation (14 lessons)  

Module 5: Quiet Mind NeuroMeditation (8 lessons)

Module 6: Putting it all Together (3 lessons)

The approaches to NeuroMeditation taught in this workshop can be used immediately to achieve deeper states of meditation or as a treatment intervention for mental health conditions such as ADHD, anxiety and chronic stress, depression, personality disorders, or PTSD.

AND Here’s The Best Part…

We do this all through our online training so you get to work at your own pace.

“Meditation is a systematic mental training designed to address habits of thinking, feeling, perceiving, and attending.”

 

Dr. Tarrant, Podcast Interview

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