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Bradley Raider

Organizer

Bradley Raider
Email
bradley@mdt8.com
Website
https://mdt8.com/

Bradley Raider is the Founder and Executive Director of MDT8 (short for meditate), a global organization that trains individuals and companies to be completely self-sufficient in the practice of meditation. His work as a teacher, award-winning filmmaker, and entrepreneur is rooted in a deep fascination with consciousness expansion and its practical integration with creativity, productivity, and life purpose.

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Wed - Thu, September 22 - 23, 2021
  • Time: 11:00 pm - 12:00 am

Date

Wed, September 22, 2021
Expired!

Time

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

Free

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Well-being Wednesdays

Intro to Vedic Meditation with Bradley Raider

Please join us for a mindfulness exercise and introductory talk on Vedic Meditation. 


Location:

https://kalikazoom.com

The Zoom room will be opened 30 min before and 30 min after the event.  Join us to meet other Harvard-Westlake parents and build a strong Mindfulness tribe/community! : )

 

Vedic Meditation is one of the oldest, simplest, and most profound techniques of meditation in the world — practiced today by millions upon millions of people.

Benefits include:

• Reduction of and increased resistance to stress and anxiety
• Strengthening of the immune system
• Increased energy levels
• Improved memory/concentration and decision-making
• Reversal of certain processes of biological aging
• Reduction of addictive behaviors
• Reduction of cholesterol/blood pressure and the risk of heart disease (number one killer in the US)
• Reduction in the risk of cancer
• Normalization of sleeping patterns
• An expanded, mindful consciousness from which to view the world

During the talk, we’ll discuss the technique’s origins in the Vedic traditions of India, an overview of the mechanics of the practice itself, its benefits (including reduction of stress and an increase in energy and peace of mind), and how to learn.

In addition to a 10-minute mindfulness exercise, students will also have the opportunity to learn more about taking a full four-session Vedic Meditation course. 

Questions? Email Bradley at bradley@mdt8.com.

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