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Meditaciones en Español: en memoria de Telma Elizabeth Ferrari (Transmision en línea)

Alejandro Chaoul

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Como parte de nuestros programas para la comunidad, incluiremos meditaciones en Español! Este programa es abierto a todo público y gratuito, pero debe registrarse.
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About the instructor

Alejandro Chaoul

Alejandro Chaoul, PhD, is the founder and director of The Jung Center’s Mind Body Spirit Institute. He has been a student of Tibetan Buddhism since 1989, studying with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, and Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche. He is currently supporting the Integrative Medicine Program of MD Anderson Cancer Center, where since 1999 he has been leading people with cancer and their family members through mind/body/spirit techniques aimed at reducing stress and facilitating healing. Alejandro, who received his PhD in religious studies from Rice University, was recently named a fellow of the Mind and Life Institute and is a senior teacher of The 3 Doors.

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Date & time


septiembre 21
octubre 19
noviembre 16
deciembre 5
6:30 - 7:15 CT

3 h

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