Click a show title or use the red Streampad player at the bottom of our frame to listen now.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

05/15/2017 - Lives in Meditation

Slow Living Radio slows down with deep meditative advice and practice. From acclaimed Meditation teacher, Michel Pascal, to the Napa Valley's Meditation guru, now spreading his practice to children, Wil Anderson, you will gain valuable advice to reclaiming your life and "being present".

“In my youth, I thought enlightenment was
something acquired by special people.

After many years as a seeker, it has become
clear, that no one is special and enlightenment
is for all humanity. It is an everyday need.”
Wil Anderson 

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson currently addresses stress in the work place and provides movement training in the K through 8 school environment. He has spent the past forty five years as a student and instructor of various forms of meditation. He has made two recordings that have been 
well received by individuals seeking deep relaxation and a new take on Taoist poetry. He continues to enjoy life in the Napa Valley where he finds great inspiration.

He has released two CD's: Balance Point Relaxation and The Man Unchallenged.

Meditation for Daily Stress: 10 Practices for Immediate Well-Being
By Michel Pascal

From Michel Pascal, an inspiring meditation teacher whose programs are in Fortune 500 companies, in prisons, and in his recent multimedia meditation performance at Carnegie Hall, comes a new book with revolutionary and simple one-minute meditations to change our lives.

Drawing on his experience living at the Kopan Monastery in Nepal, meditation teacher Michel Pascal shares his simple method of meditating in the moment to calm the mind and break the cycle of stress addiction.

Meditation for Daily Stress: 10 Practices for Immediate Well-being is more than just an exploration of why we experience stress; it is a guide to a revolutionary meditative technique for finding peace, quiet, mindfulness, centeredness and simplicity in our daily lives. A true authority in meditation, Michel Pascal introduces readers to the power of meditation as the best solution for daily stress, anxiety, and depression. He prescribes a series of one minute visualization and breathing practices and techniques that can be used throughout the day-whether in the workplace, while commuting, or at home-to unplug in the moment, before stress takes hold (or after if necessary).

Michel's method includes ten easy practices that you can do for even a minute at a time, wherever you are. In this guide, you will learn how to:
  • Meditate Like the Horizon to unplug your brain when it is running all the time.
  • Meditate Like a Dolphin to discover your inner peace in high-stress moments.
  • Meditate Like a Mountain to feel more grounded when your mood is up and down.
  • Meditate Like a Wave to help you deal with difficult people and difficult interactions.
  • Meditate Like a Kiss to feel less stress in a romantic relationship.
Exploring both spirituality and physicality, mind and body, Meditation for Daily Stress is an essential read for busy people looking for an approach to meditation that will allow them to start a daily practice right away in order to live a healthier, happier life.

Michel Pascal is a French author, meditation teacher, singer, filmmaker, and photographer. Michel's unique brand of meditation is being practiced at Google, Harvard University, and many other major organizations. Before moving to the United States, Pascal lived in the Kopan Monastery in the Himalayas. He has spent more than 15 years adapting traditional teachings and practices for students around the world. Pascal lives in Los Angeles.
If you wish to request an interview with Michel Pascal on Mediation for Daily Stress: 10 Practices for Immediate Well-Being please send Dea Shandera-Hunter an email with the name of the show, your network, your contact information, calling details and a proposed date.
Published by Abrams Image, April 2017
ISBN: 9781419724053, Hardcover $16.95, 192 pages

No comments:

Post a Comment