Change Your Brain and Transform Your Life
Question and Answer Webinar with Dr. Peter Van Houten, M.D.
Recorded September 6, 2012
"There isn't a single aspect of our personality that can't be transformed into something higher." Swami Kriyananda
Sign up for this webinar, gain access to You Can Change Your Behavior and The Way You Think - Part 1 and 2 as well as the recorded Question and Answer Webinar with Dr. Peter Van Houten - recorded September 6, 2012.
Cost is $15
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One of the central keys to change is daily meditation, which develops the prefrontal lobes and quiets the primitive areas of the brain associated with negative emotions. In addition to bringing more happiness and success into your life, more prefrontal lobe development, as Dr. Peter discusses, opens the doorway to superconsciousness, our highest potential as human beings.
Another key component of spiritual and personal development lies in our astral anatomy, our energy body. You’ll learn how your energetic body, including the chakras, relates to your physical brain and body, and how best to make use of this connection.
In these videos, you will:
- Gain an in-depth understanding of how meditation and spiritual practices refine your brain
- Learn specific practices proven to help self-transformation
- Learn lifestyle changes to benefit and support your transformation
- Understand how to make the most of the connection between your energy anatomy and your brain’s anatomy
- Learn specific ways to move toward greater superconscious inspiration in your life
‘Dr. Peter’ is a graduate of University of California San Francisco Medical School and founder of an award-winning rural community medical clinic in Northern California. As the Clinic's Medical Director, Peter has been instrumental in bringing new and highly effective tools in Behavioral Health to patients in need. In 2009 Dr. Peter was awarded the Rural Champion award for the State of California. This prestigious award, given to one physician annually, was in large part for his pioneering work bringing behavioral health into the medical care setting. Dr. Van Houten is a long-time meditator, has co-authored several books on the use of yoga for health problems, and lectures on the effects of relaxation and meditation on the brain and behavior.