How to find happiness in a hectic world, a scientific approach

11jan2018 15:30 - 17:30

Evenement

On Thursday January the 11th 2018, two ordained nuns from a Tibetan Buddhist Academy will visit the University of Amsterdam.

During this day they will provide a lecture titled ‘How to find happiness in a hectic world, a scientific approach’: “In this modern world, a fast-paced life, sometimes we almost feel ourselves like a robot, but we cannot slow down otherwise we will be defeated by the competitors. Here we’ll introduce to control yourself better, to know your emotions and discover the biggest secret of success is to give and being kind.”

In addition, during our Mindful Morning session they will guide a meditation session plus Q&A, from 09:30 till 10:30 AM. This will take place in the silence room REC-J/K B.93.

Both the lecture and the meditation session are open to the public. Please register for the lecture and/or meditation session via the form below. 

Organized by the mindfulness researchers of the Research Institute of Child Development and Education. More information: Anna Ridderinkhof, a.ridderinkhof@uva.nl.

The lecture will be held in REC M-1.01

  • Roeterseilandcampus - building M

    Plantage Muidergracht 12 | 1018 TV Amsterdam
    +31 (0)20 525 5250

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