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Meditation, Mindfulness and the Judging Mind

Places are still available at the Contemplative Summer Institute on Meditation, Mindfulness and the Judging Mind As main organiser I thought it would be good to let you know that it is still possible to participate in this exciting event. If you are interested in the role of judging (and non-judging) within the context of meditation, mindfulness, perception and psychotherapy you should not miss this event. Take part in exchange and discussion with leading… Read More »

Buddhism and Science Day in London

Buddhists and Scientists explore the nature of consciousness On Wednesday 20 June three Buddhists and Scientists will meet in London to explore the nature of consciousness and its role in nature – combining perspectives from Tibetan Buddhism, Neuroscience, Psychology and Physics             The three speakers, Alan Wallace, Peter Malinowski and Harald Atmanspacher will convene to present and discuss their perspectives on consciousness. To find out more about… Read More »

The Science of Meditation: impromptu talk in Hamburg

Hamburg – 16 April 2012: When visiting the Buddhist Centre in Hamburg as part of a Seminar of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, I was asked to give an impromptu talk on the Science of Meditation. Talking about the historical developments of meditation research as well as current findings, from improvements of attention to boosts to the immune system, I was amazed to see the level of interest and alertness at… Read More »

in Liverpool: The Science of Buddhist Meditation

Are you living in or close to Liverpool? … then this talk might be of interest: On Saturday 04 February at 3pm, I will be talking about the Science of Buddhist Meditation. In this talk I will present scientific and buddhist approaches to buddhist meditation for a general audience without scientific training. More details can be found at the website of the organiser: www.buddhism.org.uk/events/