Encore: Silence, Stillness and Simplicity: Integrating Meditation into Your Life
February 29, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
How do you want to live your life? What is the experience of you that you would like to give others? How can you switch from being reactive to a more centered approach to leading? Originating in ancient practices and common to all faiths and wisdom traditions extending back thousands of years, meditation is a personal practice that can be practiced communally in the universal language of silence. The last ten years have seen a surge in research about the beneficial effects of meditation. This research has led to a new focus – meditation integration. Here at Georgetown, the John Main Center, which developed from a small meditation group on campus, has become a pioneering academic center for meditation and inter-religious dialogue. Join Host Kate Ebner to learn from Tim Casey, Director of the John Main Center, about how meditation can be integrated into your life, whether you are a student, a parent, an educator or an executive.
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