This Meditation Starts at :

Wednesday 22nd of August 2018 07:00:00 AM

8.22.18 Dr. Rollin McCraty, Institute of Heartmath Director of Research

Mati is an yoga and elementary school teacher.  She became interested in becoming a GPCP volunteer, because she was interested in grass roots activism, but did not like the anger that she witnessed in other grass roots movements.  She is understands how anger eclipses our ability to cooperate effectively.  She is interested in pursuing subtle or sacred activism, which is why she had been so committed to supporting the peace project.

This Meditation Starts at :

Wednesday 22nd of August 2018 07:00:00 AM

It is such a refreshing opportunity to speak with the scientist who has been such an integral part of performing the groundbreaking science that documents the wisdom of the heart which indigenous cultures recognized as an obvious component of the human psyche which cognitive science often ignores.  In this interview, Dr. Rollin McCraty, Director of Research of the Institute of Heartmath discusses how the magnetic field of the heart can easily be measured up to 3 feet from the body, compared to the magnetic field of the brain which only be measured up to on inch from the head.  He also discusses how when we take responsibility for the state of our hearts, we can more effectively influence the world around us.

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7:00 Am Yoga Bliss – Meditation

12:00 PM Gateway Park – Meditation

12:00 Union College – Meditation

12:30 Schenectady City Hall – Meditation

12:00 pm, Vale Urban Farm – Meditation for Peace in Schenectady

3:30 Coburg Village

5:00 PM – YWCA – Meditation for peace in Schenectady

6:00 Schenectady Public Library

6:00 pm, Jewish Community Center – Meditation for Peace in Schenectady

7:00 PM Rescheduled meditation at Crossroads on Jay street in Schenectady Friday evening August 24.  Details forthcoming….

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