Find Peace & Mental Stability with Vedic Meditation

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“I found Vedic Meditation out of necessity and I could never imagine my life without it. This is why I want to pass on this ancient practice to you.”
– Ben Turshen –

The Intro Talk

The Intro Talk is a one hour lecture and question/answer session designed for anyone interested in learning more about Vedic Meditation, a simple, effortless, and highly beneficial practice that absolutely anyone can learn.

What the Intro Talk Will Address:

  • The technique’s origins
  • Overview of the mechanics of the practice
  • How Vedic Meditation differs from other forms of relaxation and meditation
  • What science says about the practice
  • Benefits (including reduction of stress and an increase in energy and peace of mind)
  • How to learn and integrate this technique into your daily life

No prior experience or knowledge of meditation is necessary. This is an opportunity to meet Ben and and have your questions answered. There is no commitment to join the course.

What are the benefits of
Vedic Meditation?

The restfulness accompanying Vedic Meditation is considerably deeper than that gained through sleep. This profound rest allows deep-rooted stresses to dissolve naturally, bringing innumerable health benefits to the individual (see more below).

It is through revisiting this state of restful alertness that meditators report feeling happier, less stressed, have improved personal relationships, become more creative and more productive, and more adaptable to the demands of life.

Additional Benefits Include:

  • Reduced Stress and Anxiety
  • Decreased Depression
  • Reduced Insomnia
  • Improved Self-esteem
  • Better Deciscion Making 
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Improved Intelligence, Creativity and Learning Ability
  • Improved Academics
  • Improved School Behavior
  • Reduced Substance Abuse
  • Increased Energy Levels
  • Improved Sports Performance
  • Normalization of Body Weight
  • Decreased Cholesterol
  • Reduced Cardiovascular Risk Factors
  • Improved Immune Function
  • Reduction in Pain
  • Decreased Health Care Costs and Utilization
  • Reduced Stress and Anxiety
  • Decreased Depression
  • Reduced Insomnia
  • Improved Self-esteem
  • Better Deciscion Making 
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Improved Intelligence, Creativity and Learning Ability
  • Improved Academics
  • Improved School Behavior
  • Reduced Substance Abuse
  • Increased Energy Levels
  • Improved Sports Performance
  • Normalization of Body Weight
  • Decreased Cholesterol
  • Reduced Cardiovascular Risk Factors
  • Improved Immune Function
  • Reduction in Pain
  • Decreased Health Care Costs and Utilization

YOU MAY BE SAYING TO YOURSELF:

“But I’ve never meditated before…”

That’s totally fine. You’ll be getting the best and most efficient learning experience, in a small and intimate group, with specific and thoughtful guidance tailored to you. Once you take a course, you are Ben’s student for life. That means personal, individualized instruction and follow-up with Ben forever, and at no additional cost. It’s all about enabling you to enjoy the greatest success in your life by learning and practicing Vedic Meditation.

“But I’m so busy…”

That’s just it. There’s always something else to do, but nothing better to do. Vedic Meditation will only increase your productivity and decrease your stress. We don’t know anybody who spends 20 minutes meditating and wishes they hadn’t.

About Ben

A former attorney and fitness professional, Ben Turshen is an expert in performance enhancement and a qualified independent master teacher of Vedic Meditation. 

Ben’s mission is to facilitate relief from suffering and the expansion of happiness by providing the best learning experience and support for his Vedic Meditation students. He is based in New York City, where he teaches Vedic Meditation to individuals, small groups and companies out of his private Manhattan studio as well as on-site. 

Ben has also taught at The Cleveland Clinic and has been featured in numerous publications, including The New York Times and The Huffington Post.

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TESTIMONIALS

“Meditation Has Made Me See
That The World Is Bigger

Before learning meditation with Ben, I was often cranky and impatient. Living in NYC it can seem like we are bombarded with things and people designed to annoy or thwart us as we go about our day. The taxi drivers who don’t yield to pedestrians at intersections, that group of tourists stopping in front of you on the sidewalk, and the people on subway stairs immersed in their cellphones were like personal insults to the old me. I was mostly healthy and happy, but definitely more irritable than a normal person should be.

Nine months later, I’m much calmer and less impatient. Meditating twice a day has helped me see that the world is bigger and more nuanced. There are things we can control and things we can’t. Regular meditation has allowed me to let go of the latter and concentrate on what I can do to enhance my life rather than continue to sabotage it.

Other benefits I’ve noticed include finding it easier to fall asleep at night, waking up feeling rested, and just a general sense of comfort in the world.

Shawn Hoke, Program Manager
Brooklyn, NY

“Ben Taught Me Something That I Will Use Every Day For The Rest Of My Life.

When I look back on everything I did in 2016, I’d have to say hands down that taking Ben’s meditation class was the best thing I did. Although I have nice memories of trips and fun events last year, Ben taught me something that I will use every day for the rest of my life. I love the fact that you don’t need any special books, CDs, phone apps, a special place in your home, etc. to do Vedic meditation. Ben makes sure you walk away from his course with a full knowledge of how to meditate on your own. He also encourages you to contact him with any questions/issues that come up. You truly are his student for life.

As a result of daily meditation, I now sleep soundly through the night. My focus is sharper and my mind never races with a jumble of thoughts. A sense of calm stays with me no matter what happens during my day. Positive changes really do happen when you actively choose to rest your mind through meditation!

Liz Lipovac, Executive Assistant
Queens, New York

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