Mar 30, 2021
Today’s guest is Ali Abramovitz. She is the co-founder of Chorus
Meditation and she is here to talk about the work she is doing to
make meditation a group activity. In this episode, we will talk
about why group meditation is beneficial, how to do it, and what
exactly the benefits are.
You can connect with Ali here: Linked
In, Chorus Website,
What If Fellowship: https://whatif.vc/fellowship
HERE ARE SOME OF THE THINGS WE TALKED
- Ali shares about her background in business and as an investor,
and how her own personal journey with meditation led her to create
- We discuss the stigma around meditation, what roadblocks exist
for traditional meditation, and how Chorus is finding ways around
- Ali shares the ideas behind making meditation a group activity,
the story of their development of Chorus, and how making meditation
a shared experience benefits an individual.
- We discuss the power of shared experiences and how it changes
the mindset of the individuals involved, and the resulting
relationships that can form from this.
- Ali shares that the main problem they’re helping with is stress
and how stress can affect your life and relationships.
- We discuss how the group dynamic has changed since the
pandemic, the changes that were made to Chorus, what changes had to
occur to continue to bring these benefits to people, and what the
user interface looks like post-pandemic.
- We discuss where Ali sees Chorus going in the long run and what
goals they have for the company.
- Finally, Ali shares her final thoughts on consistency being the
key to real change and how Chorus can help everyone.
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