Announcement: Dr. Paul Fleischman to Give Talks in NYC, April 13th and 14th

Hi, Living Vipassana readers.

With permission from the New York Vipassana Association (NYVA) organizers, I wanted to share information about two upcoming talks to be given next month in New York City by Dr. Paul Fleischman.

Here are the Eventbrite links with details about both talks:

  1. Meditating in Troubled Times”— Open to the public. Friday, April 13th, 5-6:30pm at Columbia University.
  2. Allowing Dhamma to Become Integral to Your Whole Way of Life” — Old Student talk. Saturday, April 14th, 9:30am-12:30pm, at McKinsey and Company.

I find Dr. Fleischman’s Old Student talks to be very helpful as I try to live a Dhamma life in the modern world. I am looking forward to attending and hope that some of you can too. Much metta to all.


“If there is no peace in the minds of individuals, how can there be peace in the world? Make peace in your own mind first.” — S. N. Goenka

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About Maria D'Souza

I was introduced to Vipassana meditation by my husband, Ryan Shelton, already a serious meditator when we met. I was inspired by the ways in which Ryan's meditation practice manifested in his life and I was drawn to establish an Anapana practice of my own for several months before eventually sitting my first 10-day course in June of 2013. We now live in Wilmington, Delaware where we are endeavoring to lead successful, loving lives as Dhamma householders in the modern world.

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