Avril Park, New YorkAnd January 11 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – with a January 28, 2022 Application deadline is fast approaching, a high school senior can still qualify to win 2000 dollars Higher Education Scholarship by participating in the third annual National Conscience Month Essay Competition. Sponsored by the American Meditation Institute, the competition will reward the student who best explains how they have experienced using (or ignoring) the wisdom of their brilliant conscience to decide what to do – or what not to do – in a difficult situation.
according to Leonard Perlmutter, author of National Conscience Month and author of the new book, Your Consciousness, “Currently there is no educational curriculum in our country that teaches students exactly how the mind makes decisions, and how to use conscience as a practical resource in the process. National Conscience Month essay competition draws attention to the need of young people To develop the critical decision-making skills they will increasingly need as they prepare to enter the adult world.”
Perlmutter’s book, Your Consciousness, provides a clear and accessible explanation of how the mind works and offers practical tools for readers to experience this knowledge. Conscience is one of the four functions of the mind, and the key is learning how to coordinate these four as a group in order to make choices that lead to happiness and lasting fulfillment, rather than instant gratification. The book can easily be adapted into the curriculum of middle school, high school, and beyond.
High school seniors can enter the scholarship competition now, applications will be accepted through January 28, 2022. The winner of the competition will be announced in the first week of February 2022.
The mission of National Conscience Month is to promote national dialogue that inspires individuals of all ages and political affiliations to experiment with using their conscience in choosing their thoughts, words, and actions. This month-long celebration is the perfect time to articulate our individual and collective vision by using the conscience as an inspiring and trustworthy guide to making better decisions that can solve the seemingly insoluble.
About the American Meditation Institute
The American Meditation Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the teaching and practice of yoga, meditation, and allied disciplines. In its holistic approach to wellness and education, AMI combines the healing arts of the East with the practical application of modern Western science. Currently, the American Meditation Institute offers a variety of online classes on how to use your conscience. AMI also publishes “Transformation,” a quarterly journal of yoga science called Holistic Mind/Body Medicine.
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