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  • AMAYE Voices, Issue 02 – the second newsletter is here!

    Check out AMAYE Voices – Issue 02, October 2019 This second issue of our newsletter includes some inspiring news, interesting information about the kumbhaka breath that we use in our ásana and sadhana practices, and much more… Click here to read the second issue of …

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  • AMAYE Voices – our first newsletter is here!

    The first issue of our newsletter AMAYE Voices includes a synopsis of AMAYE’s revival so far as well as this issues’s News story, Profile of an educator, Academic article and “Ásana in focus”. Click here to read the first issue of AMAYE Voices!

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  • Meditation in Schools

    Research conducted by the University of Melbourne in Australia showed that meditation in schools promoted wellbeing, cognitive functioning and academic achievement of students. Educ Psychol Rev (2015) 27:103–134 DOI 10.1007/s10648-014-9258-2 Contemplative Education: A Systematic, Evidence-Based Review of the effect of Meditation Interventions in Schools Lea …

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  • Hygiene of Emotion should be taught to children, says Dalai lama

    we need education, not prayer. we need to learn to overcome anger,hatred, jealousy and fear. message of love, forgiveness, tolerance,compassion, self-discipline,… all religions say the same !! Rituals without compassion is of little value. we need secular ethics. Antidote of selfcenterdness is love. https://www.facebook.com/DalaiLama/videos/10155592184372616/

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  • Meditation and Health

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20180502-does-mindfulness-really-improve-our-health Looking under the hood with fMRI, scientists have found that mindfulness meditation activates a network of brain regions that includes the insula (associated with compassion, empathy and self-awareness), the putamen (learning) and portions of the anterior cingulate cortex (regulating blood pressure, heart rate and …

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