Prof. Dr. Andreas de Bruin: The Revelation of Meaning: Meditation and Higher Education PDF (33 MB)
Possibilities for training the mind: Meditation at university? – The Munich Model. PDF (236 KB)
From the Unreal to the Real:
Discerning Truth in Our Times
1pm – 5.30pm,
A day of talks, meditation and discussion on how we may discern
some of the deeper truths which underpin the human condition and
our spiritual evolution in this turbulent world period.
The Mirror of the World:
|Developing discernment by processing our biography
Deborah Ravetz is an artist, philosopher and author. Using John Keats ideas on negative capability and Joseph Beuys’ enlarged form of art, Social Sculpture, Deborah will explore the place of transformation that emerges when we dare to embrace doubt and anxiety. These important and valid parts of our experience can lead to wisdom and discernment and to the seat of joy.
|The Revelation of
and Higher Education
Prof. Dr. Andreas de Bruin
Andreas de Bruin of the University of Applied Sciences, Munich, founded the Munich Modell “Meditation at University” in 2010. He is now teaching meditation classes in nine fields of study at four faculties. Recently he has started a new project, “meditation and art”. Andreas will be discussing the seminar theme in relation to higher education.
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