Contemplative Inquiry: When Knowing Becomes Loves
A Small Group Meditation Workshop with Arthur Zajonc
Arthur Zajonc brings the fruits of his many years of contemplative practice and teaching; he began his own practice of meditation over 35 years ago about the same time he started his study of physics. Arthur is at the forefront of integrating the insights of contemplative practice and inquiry with the rigors of academic study.
“The true goal of contemplative practice, indeed of life, is the joining of insight and compassion, wisdom and love. To accomplish this requires that we find deep peace within and learn to be evermore awake, and thereby be of greater benefit in all we undertake.”
Come and participate in this unique opportunity to work with Arthur in a small-group setting. Potluck lunch to follow.
Arthur’s appearance in Providence is co-sponsored by Brown University’s Contemplative Studies Initiative and the Benedictus Group.
Arthur Zajonc, is a professor of physics at Amherst College, renowned author, and former General-Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America. Since 1997 he has served as scientific coordinator for the Mind and Life dialogue with H.H. the Dalai Lama and has edited a number of books from the dialogues of these meetings. He also directs the Academic Program of the Center for Contemplative Mind, which supports appropriate inclusion of contemplative practice in higher education.