Meditations for Healing
Why would a formally trained. Ohio-born anesthesiologist cast aside his hospital scrubs and sterile gloves to don the white robes and turban of a ... Show synopsis Why would a formally trained. Ohio-born anesthesiologist cast aside his hospital scrubs and sterile gloves to don the white robes and turban of a Sikh? In this tape, Dharma Singh Khalsa explains to Deepak Chopra what led him to stop putting people to sleep and start using the techniques of meditation to help them "wake up in their consciousness and heal in their body, in their mind, and in their spirit." As a prelude to Khalsa's intriguing tale, Chopra describes the history and traditions of Sikhism, from its colorful early days to the present. Then Khalsa offers several useful tips for improving or beginning the practice of meditation. You'll discover his "one-minute cure," the three essential components for performing meditation, and you'll also have the opportunity to participate in a guided meditation exercise. Khalsa's "meditation to heal the self and others" will teach you to direct your healing intentions toward yourself, or others whom you wish to help.