Mon 21 January 2019 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Suramare - Seadya Gaon 24, Tel Aviv,
** THE EVENT WILL BE IN HEBREW **
Buddhism on the bar!
A meeting between brain research, meditative practice and its effects
Are invited to an evening of unique dialogue between two leaders in these fields – Dr. Stephen Fulder, a senior Buddhist teacher and founder of the Insight Association and Prof. Moshe Bar, head of the Brain Research Center at Bar-Ilan University and an international leader in cognitive brain research.
Buddhist teachings and practices are an invaluable source of understanding the mind and human consciousness, and how we can practice and attain full freedom and deep inner peace.
On the other side of the divide, the modern science of brain research offers a formal body of knowledge, extensive, and profound in relation to the understanding of man and consciousness.
Both approaches can be both complementary and conflicting. What can we learn when these two worlds meet?
What happens in the brain when we are very peaceful or when we are restless?
What is meditation practice and what are its fruits?
How can neuroscience help us live with wisdom and joy?
These and other questions will be discussed in this special evening.
21, 19, Sura Mare Tel Aviv, Saadia Gaon 24 Tel Aviv, lecture beginning: 19: 30-21: 000