As High School Students Finalize College Applications, National Awareness Month Essay Competition Offers $ 2,000 Scholarship | New
AVERILL PARK, NY, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – As many high school students complete their college application essays, the American Institute of Meditation invites them to deepen their thinking and submit an essay to the 3rd edition National Awareness Month Essay competition. This year, a high school student will receive a $ 2,000 scholarship to higher education for the best essay that clearly explains how they experimented using (or ignoring) the wisdom of their brilliant conscience in their decision-making process.
Faced with the prospect of leaving home to go to college, learn a trade, take a year off, or go straight to work, high school graduates need the confidence and skills to enter the world. adulthood. Self-reliance isn’t found in the relentless onslaught of information from mobile devices, cable outlets, emails, and social media feeds. Students today, and the rest of society, have not learned to manage their thoughts in this hectic environment.
According to Leonard Perlmutter, originator of National Awareness Month and author of the new book, YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS, “At present, there is no educational program focused on teaching students how the mind makes a decision, every time, and how to use Consciousness as a practical resource. in this process.This national essay competition for adolescents at a critical point in their personal developmental life, will establish an awareness of the positive value of regularly using their Consciousness as a guide of confidence in knowing what needs to be done and what must not be done. “
Perlmutter’s book, YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS, provides a clear and accessible explanation of how the mind works and offers readers practical tools for experimenting with this knowledge. Consciousness is one of the four functions of the mind, and the key is learning to coordinate them as a group in order to make choices that lead to lasting happiness and fulfillment, rather than gratification. instant. The book can easily be adapted into middle and secondary school curricula and beyond.
High school students can enter the scholarship competition now, and submissions are accepted through January 28, 2022. The winner of the competition will be announced the first week of February 2022.
The mission of National Awareness Month is to foster a national conversation that inspires individuals of all ages and political affiliations, governments, school systems, religious leaders, nonprofits, community organizations, businesses, believers, atheists and agnostics to through United States and the world community to experience the use of their Consciousness in choosing their thoughts, words and deeds. This month-long celebration is the perfect time to clarify our individual and collective vision using the Consciousness as an inspired and trustworthy guide to make better decisions that can resolve what seems intractable.
About the American Institute of Meditation
The American Meditation Institute is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the teaching and practice of the science of yoga, meditation and its related disciplines. In its holistic approach to wellness and education, AMI combines the healing arts of the East with the practicality of modern Western science. Currently, the American Meditation Institute offers a wide variety of online courses on how to use your awareness. AMI also publishes “Transformation“a quarterly journal of Yoga Science as Holistic Mind / Body Medicine.
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