Vipassana Meditation, Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century
Description: Paul R. Fleischman, M.D. explains how revolutions in physics and biology have transformed our visions of the world and of ourselves, validating the nature of reality through Vipassana meditation. This lecture is free and open to the public Date, Time: Sunday, December 4 · 2:30pm - 3:50pm Location Harvard University Science Center, Room D 1 Oxford Street Cambridge, MA Map: Please find the map of the venue here: http://g.co/maps/wrvn5 The map shows the location of the talk and directions for walking there from the Harvard Red Line station, and from a couple of parking lots in the area. Parking: Parking is available on the surrounding streets—Broadway, Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge St., Quincy St., Harvard St., Kirkland St. and a few others. Street parking on sundays in Cambridge is free. There are also several paid parking lots in and around the harvard square area including the Harvard Square parking garage on Eliot street and the church street lot on church street, the holyoke parking garage on Dunster/Holyoke Street. Please RSVP to: email@example.com About Paul R. Fleischman, M.D. • Vipassana meditation teacher under the guidance of S.N. Goenka • Author of Cultivating Inner Peace, Karma and Chaos, An Ancient Path and other books • Has lectured widely in the Americas, Asia, Europe • Honored by the American Psychiatric Association for his contributions to the study of spirituality and religion in medicine Co-‐sponsored by * Harvard Society for Mind, Brain and Behavior * Harvard Buddhist Community * Harvard Radcliffe Asian American Association For information about Vipassana Meditation, please go to www.dhamma.org
Location: Harvard University Science Center, Room D 1 Oxford Street Cambridge, MA
Time: 2:30 pm - 3:50 pm
Organized By: Vipassana Meditation Center (www.dhara.dhamma.org)
Contact: Charu Datar
Directions: Map: Please find the map of the venue here: http://g.co/maps/wrvn5 The map shows the location of the talk and directions for walking there from the Harvard Red Line station, and from a couple of parking lots in the area.
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