The Quiet Mind style of NeuroMeditation involves entering a state of consciousness that is "pure awareness" or spaciousness, with no specific thoughts or images present. This style of NeuroMeditation can help reduce the amount and intensity of negative self-talk, resulting in mental calmness, serenity, and presence of mind. Quiet MInd can be an ideal practice to help manage stress, anxiety, and depression.
Dr. Jeff Tarrant, Director of the NeuroMeditation Institute, describes the format and contents of the Focus Course
If the lists below are consistent with the goals or concerns of you, or your client or student, Quiet Mind practices may be a good fit. Take the NeuroMeditation Styles Inventory to discover more!
Non-Attachment, Quieting the Mind, Minimizing Internal Self-Talk, Non-Striving, Creating Distance from the Ego-Mind, Cultivating Restful Alertness
Mental Health Targets
Chronic Pain, Personality Disorders, Obssesive-Compulsion, Disordered Eating & Body Image Concerns, Substance Use & Addictions
Meditations in this category involve dropping below the level of conscious thought into spacious awareness. This course takes 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 meditatators build a more stable and peaceful state of mind.
This course contains
8 lessons, 3 Guided Meditations, 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. 4 CEU's are available for Health Professionals.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Quiet Mind
Lesson 2: Quiet Mind Brain Waves
Lesson 3: Quiet Mind Brain Regions
Lesson 4: Learning to Relax
Lesson 5: Alpha Synchrony & Open Focus
Lesson 6: Quiet Mind Assistants
Lesson 7: Audio Visual Entrainment
Lesson 8: Soma Breathwork
Acupuncturist, Corvallis, Oregon