A Free Virtual Event
With Yogic Scholar and Spiritual Teacher
Richard Miller
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 12pm Pacific / 3pm Eastern

In the midst of upheaval and uncertainty, anchor yourself through meditation that’s rooted in ancient wisdom and modern science to create a practice grounded in resilience, wholeness and joy.

We know that a daily meditation practice brings wonderful benefits in terms of lowered stress, increased resiliency, enhanced wellbeing, better sleep and more...

These qualities are especially needed in times of increased tension — in your life and in the world around you.

Neurological research explains why meditation is spreading from yoga studios and meditation centers into businesses and even schools. Meditation improves our mental abilities, balances our emotions, and even helps us perform at a higher level at work.

Developing a consistent daily meditation practice is one of the most generous gifts you can give your body, mind and soul.

But are all meditation practices equal?

In this special call with Richard Miller, one of the world’s most respected teachers of meditation, you’ll get a fresh perspective on the basics as well as insights into more advanced practices — and pick up valuable tips for fine-tuning your meditation based on the latest brain science and the instructions of ancient seers.

Richard’s work is primarily sourced in yogic traditions, which distinguishes it from western mindfulness practices sourced in Buddhist lineages. Yogic meditation is particularly effective for accessing higher octaves of your being, and the joy and wellbeing that great yogis say is your birthright.

As you experience these higher levels, you open yourself to experiencing greater health and happiness.

These methods build a deep inner ground of peace you can call on as a resource in the midst of difficult circumstances. They also reset your nervous system, which helps you reduce stress, increase your wellbeing, and experience the benefits of a baseline of true peace and inner joy.

Richard has been at the forefront of work on meditation for over 45 years. He’s consulted on over 25 research studies on the efficacy of the iRest Meditation program he developed for healing trauma, chronic pain, anxiety, and sleep issues, and for enhancing resilience and wellbeing. Yoga Journal named him one of the top 25 teachers of Yoga and Meditation in the West.

During this powerful hour with Richard, you’ll discover:

  • Unique aspects of yogic meditation that can help you navigate uncertain times
  • The latest neuroscience research on meditation — what works and why
  • How to establish a practice grounded in resilience, wholeness and joy (yes, joy!)
  • Why advanced meditation techniques are foundational for your wellbeing
  • How to extend your meditation beyond a sitting practice — and why short practices done consistently can outweigh longer practices
  • How to harvest the best from advanced meditation practices from Mahayana, Dzogchen and Zen without having to learn highly complex protocols

If you want to discover practices that can help you transcend the circumstances of the moment and experience radiant health and wholeness, be sure to attend this call with a master teacher!

You’ll also hear about a brand new program that will provide the support, guidance and insight you need to establish a more effective and fulfilling practice of yogic meditation.

What People Are Saying About Richard Miller...

Whether you’re looking for deep relaxation or spiritual transformation, you’re in good hands with yoga master Richard Miller, whose warm-hearted, accessible instruction in the time-honored practice of meditation has the power to guide you all the way home!
— Stephan Bodian, Former Editor-in-Chief of Yoga Journal

Richard Miller has made an enormous contribution to our understanding of the ancient practice of meditation. Richard’s warmth and radiant presence, so familiar to his students and colleagues, rings true in everything he does.
— Donna Farhi, Author of Yoga Mind, Body & Spirit and Bringing Yoga to Life

Richard brings us the practice of meditation with a sophistication and power that it has not previously known in the West. His nondual teachings and practices are absolutely delicious — simple, deep and transformative.
— Stephen Cope, Senior Scholar in Residence, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Richard Miller eloquently invites everyone, from all pathways and spiritual traditions, to join him in this most powerful practice of meditation. His teachings are a must for everyone who hears the call and feels the inner longing for enlightenment.
— Lilias Folan, Author of Lilias! Yoga Gets Better with Age

Gratitude fills my heart for the deep teachings Richard offers. But gratitude also for the clear and gentle way he guides us on a most personal journey — the journey home to ourselves. His teachings are to be ingested slowly on the deepest levels.
— Judith Hanson Lasater, PhD, Author of 30 Essential Yoga Poses

About Richard Miller

Richard Miller, PhD is a clinical psychologist, author, researcher, yogic scholar and spiritual teacher. For 45 years, he’s devoted his life and work to integrating the nondual wisdom teachings of Yoga, Tantra, Advaita, Taoism and Buddhism with Western psychology. Among his mentors were Jean Klein, TKV Desikachar and Stephen Chang.

Richard, the author of Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga, was named by Yoga Journal as one of the top 25 teachers of Yoga and Meditation in the West.

Richard is the cofounder of The International Association of Yoga Therapy and founding editor of the professional Journal of IAYT. He’s also a founding member and past president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology, and a senior advisor for the Baumann Foundation for the study of awareness and its impact on wellbeing.

Richard is the founder, executive director and president of the Board of Directors of the Integrative Restoration Institute (IRI). He has consulted on over 25 research studies on the efficacy of the iRest Meditation program developed by IRI — a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry, and a modern adaptation of the ancient nondual meditation practice of Yoga Nidra — on health, healing and wellbeing with diverse populations, including active-duty soldiers, veterans, college students, children, seniors, the homeless, the incarcerated and people experiencing issues such as sleep disorders, PTSD, chemical dependency, chronic pain and related disorders.

In addition to his research and writing projects, Richard lectures and leads trainings and retreats internationally.