Most people quit trying to meditate because they think to much!
Thinking does not hinder the result of the profound body relaxation and having a shift in consciousness when using a Silent Mantra method. This works because we are wired for it to work, but it is not taught to us in this society. Getting really still is where truth is revealed within. This is perfect for beginners or folks who have struggled with meditation. That will all change from one Silent Mantra Meditation experiential.
$20.00 suggested donation
Ricky Gelb has had vast experience helping people with addiction issues and spiritual blocks over 25 years. He has an unusual gift of intuition, perception, compassion & reflection and the calling to help people unnecessarily suffering. He was the founder of a web-based company in Los Angeles, California called AddictionSolutions.com that focused on helping people in nine categories of addictions & disorders in 1998, created the first online database of all models of treatment centers nationwide and brought the leading authors together to make the highest level of content available to the public. Ricky is the founder of Silent Mantra (.com) Meditation, Recovery Meditation (.org) and the Meditaining guided meditation experiential that builds gratitude, self-love and worth. Ricky was an Interventionist and case mang. in the music industry for seven years and the founder of Wingtied Wellness Center in Pasadena Ca in 1996 and a consultant for the non-profit The Musician Assistance Program MAP that merged into Musicares and is currently operated by American Music Academy.
He is currently heading up the Consciousness & Wellness Dept. for a national chain of new state of the art addiction rehab centers called America’s Rehab Campuses. Ricky is of direct descent from the biblical Aaron, he is a Kohen, a high jewish priest by birth and believes he gravitates to spirituality naturally for this reason. The job of a Kohen is to be a conduit for others between heaven and earth, to help people step from bridge to shore.
F. Scott Gelb (Ricky)
Director of the Consciousness, Wellness & Spirituality at ARC