TC 224: Meditation as a Way of Life: Interview with Alan Pritz
In this special episode of the Transformation Cafe, host Robin Masiewicz welcomes Rev. Alan Pritz as her guest. Alan is an interfaith minister, meditation teacher, and spiritual disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda.
He is the author of Meditation as a Way of Life: Philosophy and Practice, a wonderful guidebook to meditation and spiritual practice that was just released this month. According to the book’s preface Meditation as a Way of Life “renders my acquired knowledge in a down-to-earth way to help people create a lifestyle grounded in spiritual disciplines and a meditative practice that is effective regardless of religious affiliation and is applicable to all faiths”.
He is also the author of Pocket Guide to Meditation.
Alan has been teaching meditation, spirituality, and consciousness for many years. In this interview you get a sense of the depth and breadth of his knowledge as he discusses the philosophy of meditation and spirituality in a very thoughtful and engaging way. There is no doubt that he is an expert in the discipline and offers people interested in learning more an unsurpassed level of quality and depth that comes from his many years of study and practice.
“Meditation is about energy and consciousness. . .”
― Alan Pritz
Alan founded Awake-In-Life in 2008 to offer innovative lifestyle management, work/life balance, and performance enhancement seminars for business, healthcare, and educational organizations. Visit Awake-In-Life to read Alan’s blog, learn more about Alan’s services and view upcoming events.
Books by Alan L. Pritz
“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.”
― Paramahansa Yogananda
If you are visiting Southern California and you’d like to learn more about the life and work of Paramahansa Yogananda, and the Self Realization Fellowship, be sure to visit the Self Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine Temple.
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