‘I Kissed a Girl’ Katy Perry Speaks About Transcendental Meditation at Vatican Conference

Updated: May 15, 2018 at 8:46 pm EST  See Comments

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Pop singer Katheryn Hudson, who goes by the stage name Katy Perry and is known for her lesbian experimentation song “I Kissed a Girl,” recently spoke on transcendental meditation alongside her mentor at the Vatican’s “Unite to Cure” conference. Her appearance, along with others, such as Deepak Chopra and Dr. Mehmet Oz, have raised concern about ongoing ecumenism at the Vatican in joining together all kinds of beliefs and practices under one banner.

“Bobby was able to teach me meditation in India,” Hudson told those gathered during the talk entitled “Impacting “Children’s Health Through Meditation Globally.” “The stillness that I found is beyond anything I’ve ever experienced.”

“It’s helped a lot with my anxiety. Instead of having to turn to [a] prescription, I’ve been able to turn to this,” she said. “It helps incredibly with jet lag … and for all the Italians, it helps with the hangovers.”

Hudson asserted during the talk that meditation is not a religion, but is simply “taking care of one’s temple.”

“I was raised in a Christian household,” Hudson outlined, noting that her parents, who identify as evangelists, were present at the talk. “I was raised around the idea that our body is a temple. And I think if our body is truly a temple, we have to take care of it mind, body and soul. And this takes care of your mind.”

“I notice when I meditate that my whole brain kind of opens up—it kind of feels like a halo is ignited above

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