The best of Indo-Tibetan meditation practices to improve your concentration skills, reduce stress and grow spiritually. Taught by Sr. Meditation Master Dr. Daniel P. Brown.
Detect & ignore various distractions such as anxious thoughts
Studies show that inability to focus the mind is more prevalent in Anxious/Preoccupied attachment styles. In this course you’ll learn some of the most advanced Tibetan Meditation techniques as taught by Dr. Daniel P. Brown in his experience working with senior Tibetan Lamas for 48 years.
Develop positive states of mind to enhance your meditation practice
Lectures and guided meditations will teach you how to direct your mind, improve concentration and more skillfully ignore various types of interruptions.
Learn the secrets to thousands of years of Tibetan Meditation practice. With time, you will begin to use your mind more effectively.
Awaken your mind to its real nature & use that to benefit humanity
Once you see that everything is interconnected, it changes your level of ethics and leads to a very different experience of meditation.
The six perfections of Mahayana Buddhism aren’t for one’s personal gain in meditation. The six perfections are cast within the greater social good.
Concentration Meditation Mind Training Body Posture Spiritual Growth Focus Metacognition
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Through his work at Harvard Medical School and global retreats, Dr. Brown has taught over 10,000 students with a focus on psychology and meditation.
Harvard Medical School: Dr. Brown is Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and has served on the faculty for 40 years.
Senior Meditation Master: Trained and taught with top Indo-Tibetan Bon & Buddhist lamas including the Dalai Lama for more than 48 years.
1999 Guttmacher Award: from the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Psychiatry & Law for outstanding contribution to psychiatry.
World-class faculty of attachment specialists.
Transformational learning with a path to healing.
Discover your attachment style with a personal report.
Insights about attachment and relationships.