Local Talk on Stress, Brain Health, and Effortless MeditationTM
Stress, pressure, anxiety, fatigue, poor diet, alcohol and drugs damage neural connections in the brain. When a person is overtired or under intense mental, physical or emotional stress, the brain bypasses its higher rational frontal-executive circuits. It reverts to more primitive stimulus response pathways, commonly resulting in rigid thinking, reactive behavior, distracted attention, worry, insomnia and low self-esteem.
Effortless MeditationTM is an antidote for this debilitating condition. Retired Lehigh Valley physician, Helene Leonetti, M.D., reports that hundreds of her patients have been helped by this meditation practice.
Greg Schweitzer, a meditation teacher of 40 years, will provide a free talk on this topic from 7 to 9 p.m., November 7, at Twin Ponds Integrative Health Center in the west Lehigh Valley. Greg has worked and trained with Deepak Chopra, M.D. and his clients include employees, executives, students, physician-referred patients and international celebrities, such as George Harrison of the Beatles and author Wayne Dyer, Ph.D.
Location:, 628 Twin Ponds Rd., Breinigsville. For information or to preregister (required), call Greg at 610- 670-6700 or visit EffortlessMeditation.net.Edit ModuleShow Tags