ME and Ophelia

Saturday, September 06, 2003

The world's first cinematic group meditation

Last Thursday I received a note from Scott King of Meditainment to let me know that my case study is now on the Meditainment website.

In the bottom right hand corner of the site there is another case study from a British policeman called Mike Talbot.

Wendy Brown's case study will be posted there soon. Wendy is Manager of the Dialysis Unit at St Mary’s Paddington & Watford Hospital, England, and while using the CD herself for relaxation and as a sleep aide, she also promotes the use of CDs by patients on the wards and, more importantly in her view, as a ‘take-away’ treatment that they can use at home.

Recently I came across the site of a blogger based in Brighton, England, and emailed him about the Meditainment's special interactive cinematic event being held at the Odeon Cinema in Brighton 7pm on Wednesday, September 10, 2003 - hoping he would let me know if he, or anyone he knew, had any news or feedback.

By the way, I am not in any way connected with Meditainment and - except for their kind offer of a link to me and ophelia - am not getting anything out of this, not even a free CD!

I'd read of Meditainment at BBC NEWS | Health | Meditating on a cinema first. Blogged about it here on August 17. Emailed them to let them know. Said it's a great idea by a British company with huge potential. They offered to produce a case study from the information in my blog. So, after a handful of emails, here we are, aged 49 in cyberspace forever :-)

Meditainment could be set to become one of the next big things in the future.

Best of British luck chaps. The world is your oyster.

# posted by Ingrid J. Jones @ 9/06/2003
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