Whole Person Institute Founded in Summer 2013 to Help Successful Working Professionals Achieve Human Completion
Whole Person Institute Funds Programs that Provide a Concrete Plan of Action to Achieve Human Completion
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
To achieve human completion is to live with complete happiness and wisdom, absent of human minds.
The search for serenity many hoped to find with material and external success is often short-lived, never ending, and eventually replaced with fear, anxiety, insomnia, and depression, among a variety of other ailments.
These internal ailments can trigger stress which frequently leads to physical illnesses as well.
For example, in a recent report, number 127, released in August 2013 by the CDC, key findings include that from 2005 to 2010, the percentage of adults using a prescription sleep aid increased with age and education.
More adult women (5%) used prescription sleep aids than adult men (3%) and that more than 9 million people resort to prescription sleeping pills.
The number is sure to be higher than the 9 million reported on since these findings do not factor in people who use non-prescription based pills or other aids such as melatonin and similar substances.
Causes of such ailments lie in the root of the matter, the human mind. The human mind is full of non-stop thinking, even while one is sleeping.
As the Washington Post reports on August 28, 2013, retired law professor Jane Kaplan has had trouble sleeping since she was a young woman, but it got worse around 2007 when her husband, mother and sister died.
She still takes Ambien, a popular sleeping pill, which helps her fall asleep but she wakes up in the middle of the night. It’s not unusual for her to get only 3½ or 4 hours. Ms. Kaplan said she has been working with a sleep doctor to deal with her sleeplessness. But it remains a struggle, the 70-year-old said.
While sleeping pills still have not resolved Kaplan's sleeplessness, Ms. Rivas, a professional interpreter in the San Francisco Bay Area in her late sixties, has discovered an alternative when she started the Maum Meditation 7-step method of subtraction earlier this year at the urging of a family friend.
Subtraction of the human mind, which is the root of non-stop thinking that can lead to worries and anxieties, is a viable solution to achieving real happiness.
Rivas, too, had been taking sleeping pills; in fact she had done so every night since 2006. Getting a 4-hour night sleep while waking up at least once in the middle of the night was typical for her.
However, since completing the first step of Maum Meditation in less than two months, Rivas states, "I have peace of mind. Worries and anxieties are disappearing. For the first time in seven years, I did not feel the need to take a sleeping pill, and I was able to sleep through the night."
Cases such as Rivas' is not uncommon with the continuous practice of Maum Meditation. Many people achieve human completion within several years simply from discarding all the stress minds one has accumulated over the years.
Maum Meditation is a non-profit organization and was founded in 1996 in South Korea. Since its inception, Maum Meditation has helped thousands of people from all walks of life achieve human completion.
This recent phenomenon has caught the attention of educators and working professionals who, in their quest for true happiness and have already achieved financial and material wealth and prestige, are now seeking inward to find it.
Whole Person Institute remains committed to helping people achieve that goal and has set up a website for anyone interested in assisting at http://www.wholepersoninstitute.org.
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