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Australia: Expert on meditation, consciousness, and the brain speaking in Melbourne Sunday
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15 June 2013
During his 'Meditation Changes the Brain' lecture tour of cities across Australia, Dr Fred Travis is presenting research on the unique changes in EEG brain wave patterns during Transcendental Meditation and how regular practice of the technique develops total brain functioning.
On Sunday, 16 June, Dr Travis will give a public lecture at La Trobe University in Bundoora (Melbourne).* Dr Travis is Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness and Cognition and Dean of the Graduate School at Maharishi University of Management, USA.
See related article: 'Meditation Changes the Brain' - World-renowned neuroscientist touring Australia, 9-23 June
In his presentations to mental health professionals, educators, leaders in business and the arts, and the public, Dr Travis is addressing many issues which are important in Australia today:
In the coming years, the most significant transformation of education will come from using Transcendental Meditation to enable students to utilize their full brain potential—total brain functioning.
Changes in brain functioning during practice of Transcendental Meditation can play a vital role in the treatment and prevention of anxiety, depression and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Using Transcendental Meditation to enhance creativity and innovation in challenging times.
A recent report from the American Heart Association concluded that Transcendental Meditation lowers blood pressure and recommends that the technique may be considered in clinical practice for the prevention and treatment of hypertension. Click here to read more about the report.
* For more information about this Sunday's lecture at La Trobe University, visit: http://yourbrainyourfuture.doattend.com/ or contact:
Tel: 9462 3661
Transcendental Meditation programme in Australia: www.tm.org.au
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