The Brain and Science of Meditation
Louis A. Ritz, Ph.D.is an emeritus faculty of the Department of Neuroscience, within the University of Florida College of Medicine and the McKnight Brain Institute.
Our modern-day lives are full of challenges for each of us, causing unabated stress, frayed emotions, wandering minds, and scattered attention. We may ask, “is there a solution to these maladies associated with our busy lives?”
In our webinar “Neurotheology – The Brain and the Science of Meditation” we will present a proven effective solution to our daily challenges: meditation.
Meditation has been demonstrated to reduce stress, calm our emotions, quiet our minds, and focus our attention. We will discuss the brain mechanisms involved in addressing each of these challenges. Most importantly, we will highlight how meditation can uncover an inner light and source of peace that is hidden within each of us.
We will also provide simple, yet proven meditation instructions so you have a chance to experience it for yourself.