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Published on Dec 12, 2014
The room is dark. Most participants are not wearing shoes and their eyes are closed. Clad mostly in sweat pants and seated in chairs, they settle in for about a 45-minute guided meditation from their instructor.
This is how Bill Douglas begins his classes at Turning Point: The Center for Hope and Healing in Leawood, Kansas. A program of The University of Kansas Hospital, the center has been open since 2001.
Read the full story at www.kcpt.org.
Video by Todd Feeback/The Hale Center for Journalism