The Cognitive Rampage #165: Michel Pascal

Author of 20 published books, 19 in French, 1 in English.

Before moving to the US, Michel Pascal calls on his experience living in Kopan Monastery in the Himalayas, as well as his close relationship and dedicated study of 15 years under renowned Buddhist master Chepa Dorje Rinpoche, the last descendant of Marpa, now deceased. Additionally, Michel is the disciple of Theologian Psychologist Jean-Yves Leloup. Pascal is advised by and works closely with neuroscientists Dr. Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., who is officially considered one of one- hundred most important pioneers in science in this century, and by Dr. Natalie Trent, Ph.D. author and professor at Harvard University.

Michel has built the Meditation for daily stress, a method that is a mix of pure knowledge from buddhism and new medical research in neuroscience, proposing that we train our mind inside the stress in our daily situations. Michel is also one of a few meditation singers. He uses his voice and visualizations to create a deep healing sensation.

Michel has created with Amity Foundation the first meditation program for “lifers” (people who have spent 20+ years incarcerated) reintegrating into society after prison. Amity is well known for its jaw dropping statistics: without support, over 80% of incarcerated citizens return to jail. With the Amity program 80% of its students escape the cycle of incarceration and re-enter into society.

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