New 4-Minute Video on “The Four Benefits of the Samatha Practice”

New 4-Minute Video on “The Four Benefits of the Samatha Practice”

Tina has released a new 4-minute video summarizing the tremendous benefits of committing to the Samatha (concentration and serenity) practice. The benefits are both practical, and can lead to significant experiences of our deeper nature. Click here to watch the video on YouTube.

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Buddha at the Gas Pump Interviews Tina

Buddha at the Gas Pump Interviews Tina

Tina was recently interviewed by “Buddha at the Gas Pump”, a site that enables people to relate and share their experiences of spiritual awakening. The video has had more than 10,000 views.

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Tina Interviewed by Meaning of Life

Tina Interviewed by Meaning of Life

Tina’s interview on the “Meaning of Life” website is now available. Tina’s interview is titled “The Meaning of Life:  Awakening to our True Nature.” The site features interviews with leaders from all fields and walks of life, about their view of the meaning of life. View the page here: https://excellencereporter.com/2018/05/18/tina-rasmussen-the-meaning-of-life-awakening-to-our-true-nature/

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Tina Interviewed on Conscious TV

Tina Interviewed on Conscious TV

Conscious TV’s interview of Tina, “Living the Enlightenment Drive,” is now available and includes the 55 minute interview, a 40 minute segment discussion with Tina, Stephen and the hosts Iain and Renate, and a 7 minute guided meditation at the end. This program is broadcast on the internet, and in many countries worldwide. Conscious TV features select spiritual teachers around the world. Here’s the...

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Practice as a Balm in Difficult Times

Practice as a Balm in Difficult Times

Practice as a Balm in Stressful Times Question from a student: Recently, I have begun a very emotionally stressful period in my life.  I have been called to my meditation practice more often to try and quiet my mind. I have often in the past turned to my practice in times of stress for clarity, guidance and divine connection. During a couple of my sittings intense emotions have bubbled up mostly in the form of sadness and crying. I think my...

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Yale Neuroscience Article on Concentration Meditation; Tina was a research subject

Yale Neuroscience Article on Concentration Meditation; Tina was a research subject

In this article, Dr. Judson Brewer (former director of the Yale Neuroscience Clinic, and current director of Research at the Center for Mindfulness at U-Mass) and his associates summarize the research for which Tina was one of the meditation subjects, as an advanced meditator. The study focuses on the activation and deactivation of the posterior cingulate cortex center (PCC) of the brain through concentration meditation. The PCC is...

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