AMI’s Basic Course for Optimizing Consciousness to Solve All Life Challenges Starts January 11, 2022 | News

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AVERILL PARK, NY, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The American Meditation Institute (AMI) begins 2022 with new classes to relieve stress and burnout, improve creativity, and strengthen the body’s immune system. Accessible to the general public, the six sessions Basic course will be taught by the founder of AMI Leonard Perlmutter from From January 11 to February 15, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday evenings, and will offer treating physicians 18 continuing medical education (CME) credits.

For six thousand years, countless women and men have experimented with practical methods to optimize their mind and body, with the goal of achieving happiness, health and fulfillment. The AMI Core Course curriculum, developed for the 21st century by Leonard Perlmutter, is the only such program of its kind, integrating holistic mind and body medicine, AMI meditation, action meditation, gentle and easy physical exercises and breathing work, the science of yoga, philosophy and psychology. Each weekly session combines the best of ancient Eastern wisdom with the practicality of modern Western medical science.

The basic course begins with an understanding of the four functions of the mind, as described in Perlmutter’s new book YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS. Students will learn how to optimize the capacities of the mind and how to easily experiment with lifestyle choices that will lead to better health, greater self-confidence, and increased fulfillment. According to Leonard Perlmutter, “Every human being already has unlimited wisdom and creativity at the heart of their being –– they just need to learn a few tools to coordinate the voices of the Ego, the Senses and the Unconscious in order to access the infallible wisdom of the Consciousness.

For the past eleven years, the foundation course has been accredited by the American Medical Association for continuing medical education credits, a status awarded only to training programs that meet the highest standards of professional examination.

In 2008, AMI conducted a retrospective case study of participants who had previously completed and practiced the material taught in Leonard perlmutter Basic course. The study found that the students experienced the following positive, reproducible and beneficial changes in the long term: decreased blood pressure, decreased heart rate, decreased cholesterol, decreased chest pain, decreased or disappeared pain acute and chronic, weight loss, increased respiratory capacity, increased exercise capacity, improved quality and quantity of sleep, improved energy levels, increased creative capacity, decreased migraines, significant reduction in stress and fear, elimination of irritable bowel syndrome and a general feeling of happiness and optimism in all facets of every participant’s life.

According to a recent graduate of the course, Donald starzinski MD, who is board certified in neurology in Saint-Paul, Minnesota, “As a neurologist with a keen interest in integrative health and wellness, I would highly recommend the AMI Core Course. It has changed my life, both in my personal and professional life.”

About the American Institute of Meditation

The American Meditation Institute is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the teaching and practice of the science of yoga, meditation and its related disciplines as mind-body medicine. In its holistic approach to wellness, MAI combines the healing arts of the East with the practicality of modern Western science. The American Meditation Institute offers a wide variety of courses, retreats, and teacher education programs. AMI also publishes Transformation a bimonthly journal of Yoga Science as Mind-Body Medicine. Call 518.674.8714 for subscription by mail or email.

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