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Modern Nirvana Held Their Annual Conference in Austin, TX September 23, 2022

Carol Lennox
Participants relaxing at Modern NirvanaPhoto by author CAROL LENNOX

Modern Nirvana’s 3rd annual summit took place on September 23, 2022 in Austin, TX, at the Palmer Event Center on majestic Auditorium Shores. I attended and was impressed by the thought, effort, and purpose that went into the conference.

Co-Founders Kat Graham (actress and humanitarian), Bryant Wood (Content Creator and breath work master) and Frank Elaridi (4-time Emmy Winning Journalist and Certified Healer) were the headliners and power behind the conference.

Kat Graham is also a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. UNHCR is the United Nations Commissioner for Refugees.

Modern Nirvana's website states their mission:

The goal of Modern Nirvana is to be a catalyst for transformation in people's lives, to inspire them to take control of their spiritual and physical wellbeing, by sharing both ancient practices and modern bio-hacks on our YouTube channel and at our annual summit.  Our mission is to bring inspiration and information to a new generation, paving a way for a more enlightened world.

The booths and products presented combined technology with ancient healing arts. I experienced several and came away impressed with the ingenuity.

Higherdose demonstrated the Infrared PEMF Mat (Pulse Electromagnetic Magnetic Frequency). Infrared technology provides heat and the mat is lined with amethyst and tourmaline. Clay provides negative ions. I felt more relaxed and had less muscle soreness after the demonstration.

BrainTap uses audio through headphones to guide participants through deep meditations for relaxation and better sleep, along with improved productivity. I can't attest to the better sleep or productivity, but I certainly felt more relaxed after the session.

Some product results were less obvious, and may or may not be effective. I'll let you do your own investigating of this one. Intelligent Threads claims to realign the body with the wearing of their clothes.

Heart Water provided reusable thermal bottles of rainwater. The rainwater is collected without it ever touching the ground. When you buy their product, 23% of the profits go flow to The Heart Water Foundation, helping children suffering from the effects of poverty, disease, and addiction.

All in all, it was an interesting experience. I'll return next year and keep you posted.

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My purpose is to inspire and inform. You can read more by me on, and on the Good Men Project. I've had a lifetime of valuable experiences, and I want to share the lessons I've learned readily, or been forced to learn. I'm a psychotherapist, a hypnotherapist, a mother to my amazing son, Blake Scott, whom I write about often. I also write about race, equality, social justice, sex, government, and Mindfulness, not in that order.

Austin, TX

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