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The Science of Meditation and Manifestation Series

What do you wish to create in your life, peace of mind, love, financial stability, physical health? Attend The Science of Meditation and Manifestation, an experiential, progressive 6-week series designed to get students on the path of meditation and conscious manifestation. This series will be held in Silverman Hall (1-510) on Thursdays from May 23 - June 27 from 5:00 - 6:30 PM.

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Quantum physics is the science of possibilities, meditation is the process of opening to the unlimited potential of what we can manifest. This series is about connecting the dots.

We have heard about meditation, the law of attraction, manifesting our desires, having faith in the process. But how does this all really work? This comprehensive, interactive experience will answer these questions. Whether you have emotional issues like stress, anxiety, or insomnia, physical problems such as aches and pains, tension, high blood pressure, or you just want to expand the possibilities of your creative potential, you will leave with a greater understanding of the manifestation and Self healing process as well as specific tools with which to create change.

Taught from a scientific perspective, this subject will be presented from a viewpoint more easily understood by the (thought inspired) community. Being an interactive class, students may start to notice the impact of the techniques almost immediately and will receive assistance with building a personal practice. 

The class will cover techniques for quieting the mind, which allows us to connect with the quantum realm, and for Self-hypnosis, which helps reset sub-conscious patterns. Ultimately, this 6-week series can increase productivity, energy levels and improve physical as well as emotional health.

*Wear workout-type clothes and bring a mat or towel for the floor. 
~ This is not a yoga class.

$180.00 per person for all 6 weeks

**Space is limited and not guaranteed until registration is complete.

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