American Meditation Institute researcher claims to have discovered the antidote to lying
During the 3rd Annual National Consciousness Month celebration at the American Meditation Institute, yoga scientist and yoga psychologist Leonard Perlmutter announced that by coordinating the four functions of the mind to support the wisdom reflected by consciousness, pathological and compulsive lying and their deep forms of pain can be significantly diminished. Perlmutter’s discoveries are the result of his 45 years of scientific observation and experimentation with the mind.
AVERILL PARK, NY, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — During the 3rd National awareness month observance at The American Institute of Meditation, yoga scientist and yoga psychologist Leonard Perlmutter announced that by coordinating the four functions of the mind to support the wisdom reflected in consciousness, pathological and compulsive lying and their deep forms of pain can be greatly diminished. Perlmutter’s discoveries are the result of his 45 years of scientific observation and experimentation with the mind.
Why do people choose, consciously or not, to lie? Leonard Perlmutter explains that “When fear and lack control the mind, human beings lie to get what they want and to keep what they already have.” While it’s certainly not an appealing aspect of our humanity, Perlmutter concluded, “If we’re absolutely honest with ourselves, we have to admit that lying seems to be an integral part of being human.” In some situations, we are all capable of serving the untruth by intentionally making statements with the intent to deceive.”
Of course, this whole topic begs the question: can human beings be trained not to lie? In answering this question, Perlmutter is extremely optimistic. His latest book, YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS: The Key to Unlocking Unlimited Wisdom and Creativity and Resolving All of Life’s Challenges, explains that by performing easy-to-do experiments each day, the limited and erroneous perspectives of the ego, senses, and unconscious can certainly be trained to more reliably support the wisdom of the Consciousness and greatly reduce the inner mental conflicts that trigger lying.
Since its inception in 1996, AMI has strived to meet urgent educational needs around the world through its life-changing program Basic course. Rooted in the oldest medicine of body and mind in the world, its program is based on a revolutionary principle: human consciousness is the key to restoring balance in the human organism. The AMI Foundation course is a transformative, empowering and proven program to optimize Consciousness and resolve all of life’s challenges, including the pain of lying.
The 3rd annual celebration of National Awareness Month throughout this month of January aims to raise awareness of the value of using awareness as an inspired guide to making better lifestyle choices.
Remind, educate and raise awareness of the value of using your conscience as a guide to making better decisions.
Build and activate a national movement that embraces the role of mindful choices in experiencing greater health, happiness, security, and creating more fulfilling lives for our families, communities, and nation.
Encourage individual action through simple experiences that help increase positivity, competence, self-confidence, creativity, and self-reliance.
Provide opportunities for citizens to work more creatively and effectively in partnership with governments, school systems, faith leaders, nonprofits, community organizations, and businesses across United States.
More resources and information about National Conscience Month are available at ConscienceMonth.org and YourConscience.org.
About the American Institute of Meditation
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