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PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION
Blk 644 Bukit Batok Central, #01-68 (2nd flr)
[near Bukit Batok MRT & Bus Int]
Tel: 6569 5205; HP: 8211 0879
Scientists are more certain now the brain can
actually repair itself (it is called "neuroplasticity").
Read. for example, Abigail Zuger's review of
Norman Doidge's "The Brain That Changes Itself," here
One of the best way to repair the brain (or more
correctly, the mind, according to Buddhism), is through
MEDITATION. In this connection, I would like to
introduce this course, especially if you have already
learned some meditation. If you are new to
meditation, this forms a helpful foundation for joining a
PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDITATION [New course]
[Four weekly sessions of 2 hours each.]
Body-mind theory .
Feelings & emotions: their differences.
The brain during meditation.
How the mind works moment to moment .
How the brain repairs itself.
Mindfulness in daily life.
Focusses of mindfulness.
Effective attention & environment .
Reality: virtual & real.
Date: (Sat) Jul 21, 28; Aug 4, 11
Time: 7.00-9.00 pm
Fees: $160.00 (incl coursebook)
Venue: The Minding Centre
Instructor: Piya Tan
To register, please call Ratna Lim (8211 0879).
For Meditation Courses (guided sittings), please
INSTRUCTOR: Piya Tan is a meditation therapist and counsellor. He has run numerous meditation retreats and courses, classes on Buddhist psychology and counselling (non-religious), and various other courses for tertiary students and adults since 1980s. In 1994, he taught meditation at the University of California at Berkeley, USA. He co-authored Love and Marriage: A Buddhist Perspective (1990), and is happily married with two young sons.
For more details click here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piya_Tan
For more course details, please browse our http://mindcentre.googlepaqes.com or contact Ratna Lim.