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Learn to Meditate in 4 Weeks
Beginner's LIVE Meditation Workshop
Scientific Benefits of Meditation
Panic, Anxiety, Stress, Depression
In a study conducted at five middle schools in Belgium, involving about 400 students (13 ~ 20 years old), Professor Filip Raes concludes that “students who follow an in-class mindfulness program report reduced indications of depression, anxiety and stress up to six months later. Moreover, these students were less likely to develop pronounced depression-like symptoms.”
Another study, from the University of California, made with patients with past depression, concluded that mindfulness meditation decreases ruminative thinking and dysfunctional beliefs.
In a research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, 22 patients diagnosed with anxiety disorder or panic disorder were submitted to 3 months meditation and relaxation training. As a result, for 20 of those patients the effects of panic and anxiety had reduced substantially, and the changes were maintained at follow-up
A study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison indicates that the practice of “Open Monitoring Meditation” (such as Vipassana), reduces the grey-matter density in areas of the brain related with anxiety and stress. Meditators were more able to “attend moment-to-moment to the stream of stimuli to which they are exposed and less likely to ‘get stuck’ on any one stimulus. ”
“Open Monitoring Meditation” involves non-reactively monitoring the content of experience from moment-to-moment, primarily as a means to recognize the nature of emotional and cognitive patterns.
Focus, Creativity, Learning, Memory, Decision making
A group of Harvard neuroscientists ran an experiment where 16 people were submitted to an eight-week mindfulness course, using guided meditations and integration of mindfulness into everyday activities. The results were reported by Sara Lazar, PhD. At the end of it, MRI scans show that the grey matter concentration increases in areas of the brain involved in learning and memory, regulating emotions, sense of self, and having perspective.
Other studies also show a larger hippocampal and frontal volumes of grey matter for long-term meditators.
A study led by Katherine MacLean of the University of California suggested that during and after meditation training, subjects were more skilled at keeping focus, especially on repetitive and boring tasks.
Another study demonstrated that even with only 20 minutes a day of practice, students were able to improve their performance on tests of cognitive skill, in some cases doing 10 times better than the group that did not meditate. They also performed better on information-processing tasks that were designed to induce deadline stress.
Eileen Luders, an assistant professor at the UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, and colleagues, have found that long-term meditators have larger amounts of gyrification (“folding” of the cortex, which may allow the brain to process information faster) than people who do not meditate. Scientists suspect that gyrification is responsible for making the brain better at processing information, making decisions, forming memories and improving attention.

A study from Emory University, demonstrated that participants with more meditation experience exhibit increased connectivity within the brain networks controlling attention. These neural relationships may be involved in the development of cognitive skills, such as maintaining attention and disengaging from distraction. Moreover, the benefits of the practice were observed also in normal state of consciousness during the day, which speaks to the transference of cognitive abilities “off the cushion” into daily life.
The meditation practice examined was focusing the attention on the breath.
According to Catherine Kerr of the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and the Osher Research Centre, “Mindfulness meditation has been reported to enhance numerous mental abilities, including rapid memory recall”.
A research from Leiden University (Netherlands) demonstrates that the practice of “open monitoring” meditation (non-reactively monitoring the content of experience from moment-to-moment) has positive effects in creativity and divergent thinking. Participants who had followed the practice performed better in a task where they were asked to creatively come up with new ideas
In a study with Tibetan Buddhist monks, conducted by neuroscientist Richard Davidson of the University of Wisconsin, it was found that novice meditators “showed a slight increase in gamma activity, but most monks showed extremely large increases of a sort that has never been reported before in the neuroscience literature”.
Mental Strength, Resilience, Pain Management
PhD psychotherapist Dr. Ron Alexander reports in his book Wise Mind, Open Mind that the process of controlling the mind, through meditation, increases mental strength, resilience, and emotional intelligence
A research group from the University of Montreal exposed 13 Zen masters and 13 comparable non-practitioners to equal degrees of painful heat while measuring their brain activity in a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner. What they discovered is that the Zen meditation (called zazen) practitioners reported less pain. Actually, they reported less pain than their neurological output from the fMRI indicated. So, even though their brain may be receiving the same amount of pain input, in their minds there is actually less pain.
In an experiment conducted by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre, 15 healthy volunteers, who were new to meditation, attended four 20-minute classes to learn meditation, focusing on the breath. Both before and after meditation training, study participants’ brain activity was examined using ASL MRI, while pain was inflicted in them by using heat.
Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., lead author of the study, explains that: "This is the first study to show that only a little over an hour of meditation training can dramatically reduce both the experience of pain and pain-related brain activation. (…) We found a big effect – about a 40 percent reduction in pain intensity and a 57 pe reduction in pain unpleasantness. Meditation produced a greater reduction in pain than even morphine or other pain-relieving drugs, which typically reduce pain ratings by about 25 percent.”
Blood Pressure, Heart Diseases, Alzheimers, Immunity, Inflammation
Clinical research has demonstrated that the practice of Zen Meditation (also known as “Zazen”) reduces stress and high blood pressure.
Another experiment, this time with a technique called “relaxation response”, yielded similar results, with 2/3 of high blood pressure patients showing significant drops in blood pressure after 3 months of meditation, and, consequently, less need for medication. This is because relaxation results in the formation of nitric oxide, which opens up your blood vessels.
More people die of heart diseases in the world than any other illness.
In a study published in late 2012, a group of over 200 high-risk individuals was asked to either take a health education class promoting better diet and exercise or take a class on Transcendental Meditation. During the next 5 years researchers accompanying the participants found that those who took the meditation class had a 48% reduction in their overall risk of heart attack, stroke and death.
They noted that meditation “significantly reduced risk for mortality, myocardial infarction, and stroke in coronary heart disease patients. These changes were associated with lower blood pressure and psychosocial stress factors.”
There are also other researches pointing out similar conclusions, about related health conditions.
Results from recent research, published online in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity, states that just 30 minutes of meditation a day not only reduces the sense of loneliness, but also reduces the risk of heart disease, depression, Alzheimer’s and premature death.
A study from Harvard Medical School demonstrates that, after practicing yoga and meditation, the individuals had improved mitochondrial energy production, consumption and resiliency. This improvement develops a higher immunity in the system and resilience to stress.
A study conducted at the UW-Madison Waisman Centre indicates that the practice of mindfulness meditation produces a range of genetic and molecular effects on the participants. More specifically, it was noted reduced levels of pro-inflammatory genes, which in turn correlated with faster physical recovery from a stressful situation.
Results from recent research, published online in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity, states that just 30 minutes of meditation a day not only reduces the sense of loneliness, but also reduces the risk of heart disease, depression, Alzheimer’s and premature death.
My journey into the world of meditation
I had hit rock bottom in 1996
     May 1996: It was the night before my college entrance exam for the most prestigious engineering institutes in India called the IITs. In India, this was and still is the most prestigious and difficult exam a high school grad can take. I had spent 3 years of my life preparing for the exam! 

   My brother had taken the same exam 4 years before me and he had scored a nationwide rank of 92(stellar!) which allowed him to select any IIT campus and any engineering major in the country.  

   And the pressure was on me to perform just as well. Everyone expected me to be able to get a rank within the top 200. 

   But with all that pressure building.... I could not fall asleep the night before the exam. My exam was supposed to start at 9 AM and I was so gripped with fear and anxiety that I kept on tossing and turning. And every few minutes I would look at the clock to see that another 15 minutes had passed by. 1 AM struck and I started to get really worried.... I knew I had to wake up by 7 AM in order to be able to make it to the exam by 9 AM. The fear and anxiety turned into panic at 2 AM as I started obsessing over what would happen if I did not fall asleep. 

    And at 3 AM the panic had turned into sheer terror... so I woke up my mom and dad. Not knowing what to do, my dad gave me a sleeping pill called Valium which knocked me out for a few hours but then I was woken up from that slumber at 7 AM because I had to get ready for the exam.

    Still groggy and shaky from the tranquilizer, I wrote the exam.
    I still remember the moment I got my result... I was eating lunch with my mom. As soon as I heard my result, I threw my lunch plate away. I had scored a rank of 2252 out of a total 2500 people selected. I was in the bottom 10% of the selected class. That meant that I could not get the campus or the major I wanted. People ranked above me would scoop up all the awesome engineering majors and I would be left with what nobody wanted. 

    The news sent me into a tailspin. First I cried. Then I sobbed. Then I shut up. I was shocked and I did not talk to anyone for 2 days. I was literally depressed. It hurt so bad that I could not cry anymore. The expectations were so high and I had completely underperformed.  

    3 years of effort had gone down the drain because I could not handle the pressure of the situation. 3 years of effort had gone down the drain because I could not handle the fear and anxiety for a few hours. I could not fathom it all. I thought that it was all unjust and cruel. 

   I had hit rock bottom.
I was searching for answers
I spent a few weeks isolated from the world.... thinking that I never wanted to go through such an experience again in my life. 

Hence my search began. 

I wanted to understand how to beat the demons that resided in my mind. 

I wanted to understand how to tame my fears and anxieties so that I could give my very best when the situation demanded. 

I wanted to learn how to perform at my very best under pressure. 
Taught by Buddha 2500 yrs ago 
My search led me to a meditation center in my hometown of Jaipur. It was called Vipassana. 

Vipassana meditation is the exact mindfulness meditation which was taught by Buddha 2500 years ago. 

I registered myself for a 10 day meditation course in which I had to stay on campus for the full 10 days. 

We meditated from 5AM till 9 PM (with breaks for food etc.)

And to add to it all - we were not allowed to talk to anyone for 10 days. Yes ... no talking for 10 days! 

Wow... I had no idea that meditation could be that intense. But that meditation opened my eyes to what was happening inside my mind and how it could be managed and controlled for my own well being. 

I was hooked ....

I tried everything
Vipassana meditation was the beginning of my journey... I started looking into all forms of meditation. 

I went to 4 different 10 day long Vipassana mediation camps.

I went to Yogic meditation camps.

I went to breath based meditation retreats. 

I went to breath control meditation seminars. 

I went to visualization based meditation workshops.

I went to peak performance workshops.

I went to self improvement seminars.

Over the last 20 years I have spent endless time and money learning all these techniques to help me live a better life. 
Real Mindfulness meditation
Even though I have tried all sorts of techniques and strategies - I found that mindfulness meditation is the most potent and effective. 

Research has proven that mindfulness meditation is the most powerful of all meditation techniques and that is the one we all MUST learn
The 2nd Test
In August of 2004, I got laid off from my engineering job in Austin, Tx. Being on H1B visa, I only had 30 days to find another engineering job or I would have to leave the country.  

Imagine the stress I had ... Find a job or leave the country in 30 days!! That was one of the most stressful things I've ever had to go through. 

However, with my meditation practice, I did not let the stress and pressure burn me down this time around. This time, I did not crumble under the crushing fear and anxiety.  

In face of that extreme stress and pressure and with a 30 day clock winding down, I was able to get multiple job offers. 

That is when I knew that my meditation practice was actually working!!
I want to share it with the world
My life has been transformed as a result of meditation. 

Fear, anxiety and nervousness used to run my life. To be clear - they used to ruin my life. I had very little social confidence. 

Today, my life is different. Meditation has allowed me to tame my fears and anxieties. As a result of my meditation practice, I have a much higher level of focus and mental performance. 

Meditation has allowed me to live a full, complete life. And I want to share this gift with you!

You too can live a full, vibrant life once you learn to meditate. 

And that is why I have put together a 4 week meditation course. 

In this course, I will teach you HOW to meditate so that you can win over your fear, anxiety, self doubt and nervousness. Not only that, meditation will help you develop your focus, creativity and decision making. And it will help you become mentally tougher. 

So... here is my invitation to you to join our 4 week meditation workshop.  
4 Week Meditation Workshop Curriculum 
Every Monday 5-7 PM Pacific Time
Week 1- Meditation 101 (Live Webinar): 2 Hr+
  • Basics: What Exactly is Meditation? And how you can get the BEST out of your meditation practice!
  • Prep: Preparing for Meditation - so that you make it happen consistently
  •  Live Guided Meditation: Basic Breath-Based Meditation
  •  How to Eliminate Anxiety, Fear, Panic, Stress, Depression from your life using meditation
  •  Q&A: I will stay on call till ALL your questions are answered
Week 2 - Meditation 201 (Live Webinar): 2 Hr+
  • Busting Myths: Eliminating Common Myths of Meditation that keep people from getting all the benefits of meditation
  • Beginners Mind: Cultivating a Beginner's Mind in order to become a meditation PRO
  •  Live Guided Meditation: Advanced Breath-based Meditation
  •  How to develop focus, creativity, learning, memory and decision making using meditation
  •  Q&A: I will stay on call till ALL your questions are answered
Week 3 - Meditation 301 (Live Webinar): 2 Hr+
  • Challenges: Overcoming 5 most common meditation Challenges - Doing it Right? Can't concentrate! Can't sit still! Boring. Thoughts running riot 
  • Misconceptions: What meditation is Not - Extreme concentration. Blissing Out. Clearing your mind. Stopping your thoughts. Blocking Emotions
  •  Expectations: Expectations in Meditation
  •  Live Guided Meditation: Basic Body Based Mindfulness Meditation
  •  How to develop mental resilience, strength, willpower and overall mental toughness using meditation
  •  Q&A: I will stay on call till ALL your questions are answered
Week 4 - Meditation 401 (Live Webinar): 2 Hr+
  • Develop a Habit: How to develop a consistent practice so that Meditation becomes an automatic part of your daily ritual
  •  Daily Life: Practicing Meditation in daily life - In challengining situations
  •  Sadhana: Learning how Meditation must be practiced
  •  Live Guided Meditation: Advanced Body Based Mindfulness Meditation
  •  Q&A: I will stay on call till ALL your questions are answered
Next Live Workshop starting on June 3
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