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Rewiring the Anxious Brain

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Global Co-operation House

65-69 Pound Lane

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Rewiring the Anxious Brain


Do you ever wonder what is happening inside your brain when you feel anxious,

panicked and worried? Join Heather Mason, founder of the Minded Institute and

Neville Hodgkinson, writer and journalist, as they unravel some of the mysteries of

the mind and brain and offer ideas on how to rewire your neural circuitry so as to

create a positive mindset.


Heather Mason is the founder of the Minded Institute, an organization that develops

and researches innovative mental and physical health treatments based on the

fusion of yoga therapy, mindfulness, neuroscience, and psychotherapy. Heather also

develops mind-body curricula for medical schools and has taught on the mind-body

medicine course at Harvard. She is currently focused on forging a bridge between

yoga and health care and lobbies with the All Party Parliamentary Group in the

House of Commons towards this end.


Neville Hodgkinson is a writer and journalist who has worked as medical and science

correspondent for several national newspapers. His first book, ‘Will to Be Well – the

Real Alternative Medicine’ was one of the first to describe the intimate links between

health and happiness in terms of modern scientific findings. He follows closely the

latest research into the functioning of the brain and a new paradigm of science

based on the primacy of consciousness. Neville has been studying and teaching

meditation with the Brahma Kumaris for over 30 years.


Please register your interest online at: www.brahmakumaris.org/gch

or telephone: 020 8727 3358

The event will also be webcast at:

www.brahmakumaris.org/uk/live

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