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Shanti RubenstoneDr Shanti Rubenstone is a Stanford Medical School graduate, educator, and practicing Internist, as well as long time meditator and minister.

After finishing her medical training and a chief medical residency she began what soon became one of the largest general internal medical practices in the country, always with the intention of caring for the whole person. To this end she frequently taught meditation within her practice, carefully following its effect on various conditions, as well as following medical literature/data in this field.

Throughout her career Dr. Rubenstone has had an interest in the field of Chemical Dependency which culminated in her being the medical director of The Sequoia Center, a well-respected drug and alcohol treatment program in Redwood City California, from 2010 to 2012.

She currently has a practice called “Transformational Medicine”, working with people as they move through any major life transition, whether it is of the body, the mind, or the soul. Her interest in the science of meditation continues, and she is now a frequent lecturer in this area.

Joseph (Puru) Selbie

Joseph (Puru) Selbie, author of The Physics of Godis known for creating bridges of understanding between the modern evidenced-based discoveries of science and the ancient experience-based discoveries of the mystics. He is a founding member of Ananda — a global spiritual movement inspired by Paramhansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi. A dedicated Kriya meditator for nearly fifty years, he has helped hundreds of people awaken to their own spiritual potentials throughout the US and Europe. He has also authored, The Yugas, a factual look at India’s tradition of cyclical history, and a sci/fi fantasy series, The Protectors Diaries, inspired by the abilities of mystics.

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