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THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE – September 2016

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE – September 2016

The Janki Foundation Annual Lecture 2016 – Professor Michael West, Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund and Professor of Organisational Psychology at Lancaster University Management School, gives a well-researched presentation on the therapeutic value of a meditation practice, as well as the powerful and positive impact a meditation practice can have on any individual’s overall health and well-being. He covers the difference between meditation and mindfulness, the current research into these practices, the processes from a psychological perspective, the therapeutic benefits of each and the personal and spiritual impact on people’s lives. Then follows a fascinating conversation between Prof West and Sister Jayanti, European Director of the Brahma Kumaris, a teacher of meditation for over 45 years. Sister Jayanti shares many points on the profound benefits of her many years of experience as a practicing Raj Yogi, including how there are many seeming paradoxes that exist.

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