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Associazione per la Meditazione di Consapevolezza Vipassanā

Vicolo d'Orfeo, 1 - 00193 Roma (RM) - a 200 metri da San Pietro - tel (+39) 06 6865148

Videoconference with Frank Ostaseski

We are happy to announce that FRANK OSTASESKI will offer us another opportunity to listen to his wise words and his good heart. WEDNESDAY the 3rd of JUNE from 8pm to 9.30pm with a video conference entitled: Vulnerability, fear and courage. Frank, as usual, will be happy to answer the questions that will be asked at the end of his speech. To participate in the direct Zoom, which will be translated simultaneously by NEVA PAPACHRISTOU, it is necessary to be AMeCo Members for the current year and to book through the secretary to receive the link necessary for access.

The audio track in the usual way will also be sent to people registered as listeners via the secretary.

Frank Ostaseski, is a visionary and internationally known buddhist teacher; he is the founder of Metta Institute and cofounder or Zen Hospice Project, the first buddhist hospice in the USA. Former guest lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Mayo Clinic and Wisdom 2.0, he is currently lecturing in a number of major spiritual centers around the world.
He helped spreading a tested model of compassion and awareness caring; trained hundreds of clinical practitioners, and helped more than one thousand people in dealing with their dying process. His pioneering work has been featured on the Bill Moyers “On Our Own Terms” series, and on the “Oprah Winfrey Show”, as well as being praised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He received in 2018 the prestigious Humanities Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
His book “Sapere Accompagnare” (Arnoldo Mondadori) has received a very positive feedback in Italy. He also published “L’apertura dell’amore” (“Love’s opening”), as part of the A.Me.Co. booklets series. His last book is: Cinque Inviti. Come la morte può insegnarci a vivere pienamente (Arnoldo Mondadori: may 2017. Original title: “The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully”).