Learn Turiya Meditation with Robert McLaughlin




Robert McLaughlin has been teaching meditation since 1974. He will present a free introductory lecture on Turiya Meditation from 7 to 8:30 p.m., November 9, at Mandala, and November 14 at The Centre for Well-Being. He studied in Europe with the International Meditation Society, to earn his teaching certificate.

McLaughlin says, “Turiya Meditation brings deep and satisfying rest to the mind and body. The practice enhances the physical, mental and social aspects of life by increasing energy and a sense of happiness and fulfillment. Turiya means fourth state of consciousness, unlike waking, dreaming and sleeping states: in Turiya, the body is resting deeply and the mind is alert, yet peaceful.”

Turiya Meditation benefits include Increased happiness, Increased energy, Reduced stress, Clearer thinking, Increased creativity, Slowing of biological aging and Enlightenment. Participants will discover the short-term and long-term benefits of Turiya Meditation, how Turiya Meditation differs from other techniques, the mechanics of proper meditation and why and how Turiya is easy, effortless and part of our nature.

Admission is free. Locations: Mandala, 2601 Pennsylvania Ave., Philadelphia; Centre For Well Being, 7880 Oxford Ave., Philadelphia. For more information and reservations, call 215-745-4025, email Info@PhillyWellBeing.com or visit TuriyaMeditation.org. 

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