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Meditation, Breath and Mantra: How to use them together

July 03, 2021 Maryon Maass, ERYT-500, Feldenkrais Practitioner, Qi Gong Episode 16
Master The Pause
Meditation, Breath and Mantra: How to use them together
Show Notes

Dr. of Psychology in private practice in St. Paul, MN. since 1985 until his recent retirement

He also serves as Adjunct Assistant School Professor of Counseling and Psychological Services at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN.

He teaches on the faculty of the Introductory Workshops of the Minnesota Society of Clinical Hypnosis. In addition to authoring journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Parker edited volume two of Swami Veda’s definitive scholarly work on the Yoga-sutras of Patanjali.

Parallel to his Psychology career he became a yogi in the Himalayan Tradition; there He was initiated by Swami Veda Bharati, taught yoga and philosophy and studied Sanskrit and S.E Asian languages for his BA at the U of MN.

His current interest is Nueroscience, and he is the Author of  “Clearing the Path, The Yoga Way to a Clear and Pleasant Mind: Patañjali, Neuroscience, and Emotion”.

Stoma, as he is known by his initiate name, travels to continents far and wide to teach the art of meditation as taught by his masters Swami Rama and Swami Veda Bharati.

And those are just a portion of his accomplishments.


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