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Department of Instruction Teleconference - January 20, 2021 - Virtual Event

January 20, 2021 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM

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Science on Meditation

In recent decades there has been a rapidly expanding amount of scientific research done on meditation and its effects on psychological and physical health. New scientific instruments and methods have helped with this expansion. Is meditation helpful in dealing with depression, anxiety, and trauma? Does meditation help increase our information processing speed and improve working memory? Does meditation help us to have sounder sleep and become more energized and capable in handling challenging projects in our lives? Does meditation aid the healing process including through the heart, and the nervous and immune systems? Our guide Hugh McCague will provide an overview of some recent scientific research on the benefits of the daily practice of meditation and note how Rosicrucian laws and principles are involved and being demonstrated.

We look forward to see you at this teleconference!

To access the teleconferences:

  • Click on https://zoom.us/j/6528596718.
  • You will be prompted to download Zoom to your computer or mobile device.
  • Five minutes before the teleconference is to begin, you can enter the Zoom Meeting ID, which is 652 859 6718.
  • The passcode is also 652 859 6718.
  • You can also call in by dialing +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll), although using your computer or other device with both audio and video capabilities will provide you with a fuller experience.
  • If you are calling from outside the United States, you will find the International Numbers here.
  • The best way to participate is on a computer or smart device with both audio and video capabilities. If you experience any difficulty gaining access to a desired teleconference, please email [email protected]

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