On Meditation

Meditation

On Meditation: Gabrielle Bernstein, Short Film & Discussion, Rubin Museum of Art Talks, Wednesday August 20th, 2014, 7pm, New York. Premiere screening of a portrait of life coach Gabrielle Bernstein talking about her meditation practice. The film is followed by a conversation between Gabrielle and contemplative psychotherapist Joe Loizzo on what effects meditation is thought to have on our happiness and wellbeing. A book signing follows, including her latest bestsellers Miracles Now and May Cause Miracles.

Gabrielle_BookMiracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose by Gabrielle Bernstein, Hardcover, Published by: Hay House Inc, April 2014

108 simple techniques to combat our most common problems -stress, burnout, frustration, jealousy, resentment. The stuff we have to deal with on a daily basis. This book is designed so that you can achieve peace and experience miracles now. Inspired by some of the greatest spiritual teachings, these practical, moment-to-moment tools will help you eliminate blocks and live with more ease. Powerful, life-changing meditations and principles, modernized and broken down into easy-to-digest techniques to fit your lifestyle. Throughout the book, Bernstein shares principles from both A Course in Miracles and Kundalini yoga and meditation. Tools that can help you find your connection to your inner strength and inspire inner peace.

About

Life coach Gabrielle Bernstein is the New York Times best-selling author of Miracles Now and May Cause Miracles, Add More ~ing to Your Life, and Spirit Junkie. She has presented lectures at Google, TEDxWomen, L’Oreal, Agape Spiritual Center, Integral Yoga, Kripalu and universities nationwide, among many others. Gabrielle is a certified Kundalini yoga and meditation teacher. She is also trained in the Emotional Freedom Technique and she’s a student of Transcendental Meditation -as taught by the David Lynch Foundation.

Joe Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D. is a contemplative psychotherapist, researcher and teacher who integrates ancient contemplative science and technology with current breakthroughs in neuroscience and optimal health. After training in psychiatry at Harvard and completing a Ph.D in Buddhist Studies at Columbia, he founded Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science, a contemplative learning community that teaches timeless tools of self-healing and interdependence for today’s complex world. His latest book is Sustainable Happiness: The Mind Science of Well-Being, Altruism, and Inspiration.