Thu 6 December 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Tolat Sfarim - Mazeh 7, Tel Aviv, FREE

You are invited to an evening in honor of Michal Barnea-Astrog’s new book: Gentle People: gentle Buddhist and psychoanalytic observation

To be held on Thursday, December 6, at 19:30, at the “Worms of Books”, 7 Mazeh Street, Tel Aviv

Share insights and reflections:

Dr. Boaz Shalgi, clinical psychologist, head of the psychotherapy program at Tel Aviv University, a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University, editor of “Sichot”
“[The gentlemen] who inherited the land” – the movement of mental freedom in an age of contraction and coercion: between Eigen and Sempero.

Dr. Roy Tzohar, a senior lecturer in the Department of East Asian Studies at Tel Aviv University, specializes in the history of philosophy with an emphasis on Buddhist and Buddhist traditions in India
On trust and faith

Ilona Ariel, a filmmaker, founder of the Vipassana organization in Israel and a senior teacher of Vipassana in the method of SNP. Goenka
Sensitivity and Vipassana meditation

Liat Kaplan will read songs
Ifat Waltman, a cellist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, will help us stay behind the words
And Nitzan Stein-Mesika, a movement therapist and clinical psychologist at the Lev Hasharon Mental Health Center, will deal with connective tissue and transitions

Admission is free

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