All You Ever Needed to Control Your Mind, You Were Given at Birth

22nd of Apr 2010

 

Stress. Fear. Anxiety. Sadness. Some say these arise from a mind that has overexerted itself. With today’s fast-paced lifestyle, a healthy body helps us keep up with tasks that require energy, but what about the tasks that require awareness and a sharp mind? How can we deal with the stresses that may arise from working just to ‘keep up’? “Take a deep breath” is not just a cliche used to help someone calm down anymore. It actually helps to bring the mind to a peaceful state. Meditation techniques always focus on a stillness achieved by focusing on the breath. Knowledge of the breath benefits us far beyond just the physical level. There is a direct correlation between the mind and the breath – by being aware of our breath we can learn to have a little more control of our emotions, or at the very least our reactions. Discover simple techniques for stress elimination through the breath, effective “chair” yoga, uplifting Music & experience the depth of live Meditation with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on April 25 at the Duke Energy Center. Also part of the program will be discussions and question-answer sessions with Sri Sri on various topics and secrets to stress free living and its relevance in creating a Violence Free and Stress Free society. Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, one of India’s foremost leaders and a world renowned humanitarian, has inspired a global phenomenon of compassion and service. The event “Path to Serenity: Secrets of a stress free life” will be held from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on April 25, at the Duke Energy Center in downtown Cincinnati. For information or reservations, email :- cincinnati@us.artofliving.org or call 293-9265

Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,The Art of Living is an educational and humanitarian movement engaged in stress-management and service initiatives. Read More