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Music-Neuro-Programming: SEA Meditation for Health and Wellbeing

Dept. of Religion and Philosophy (March 26, 2021)
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SEMINAR SERIES : Chinese and Cross-Cultural Health Humanities Lecture Series

MAJOR SPEAKER : Koen, Benjamin
LENGTH : 95 min.
ACCESS : Open to all
SUMMARY : Music-neuro programming is a process of harnessing the power of music-meditation to reprogram the subconscious mind to achieve health, wellbeing, and life transformation goals. Dr. Koen explains why many of the obstacles to health, wellbeing, and goal-achievement lie in the subconscious mind and function like “bugs” or “viruses” in the “mental software” running on the “operating system” of the subconscious mind. Dr. Koen presents key conceptual models, methods, and select case studies exploring how the SEA Meditation practice can bridge the conscious and subconscious mind to achieve health and wellbeing goals, including: transforming obesity or being overweight into an ideal or healthy weight; creating self-awareness, healing, and harmony out of traumatic relationships; and transforming illness from stress and anxiety into health, wellness, and vitality.  [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]



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