Friday, December 15, 2023 at 12:00pm
College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, Lecture Hall 5
606 Tower Road, Ithaca
Meditations for Inner & Global Peace
A weekly series of talks and guided practices with David Gandelman
If you’ve been feeling anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed by recent events occurring in your life or around the world, you are not alone.
Join world-renowned author and meditation teacher, David Gandelman, for a series of 30-minute talks, reflections, and guided meditations for Cornellians. Without judging or diminishing painful realities and associated feelings, we can practice centering ourselves while we invite, and give energy to peace. Each week will have a unique focus that will be shared in advance.
With a love for Cornell and local roots, David will come to Cornell to conclude the series with a special hybrid event on December 15. All Cornellians are invited to attend any or all of the sessions and no previous experience with meditation is necessary. Be in community together, as we care for ourselves and the world we share.
David Gandelman is an author and meditation teacher, whose mission is to help people live an enlightened, purpose-driven life. He is the founder of the Meditation School app and host of the Grounded Sleep podcast. David has taught at Cornell University, NBC Universal, SAP, and numerous other organizations. You may have also seen him on the cover of Insight Timer, the most used meditation app in the world.
David holds a B.A. in Western philosophy from Rutgers University. His studies of Eastern spiritual traditions in the Himalayas, combined with his experience studying mysticism in Hawaii, have helped him create a teaching style that connects energetic experience, ancient wisdom traditions, and humor. This blend aids in creating a safe atmosphere for people interested in learning to meditate.
Co-sponsored by the Division of Human Resources, Department of Inclusion & Belonging, and College of Veterinary Medicine Wellbeing Program
Recordings will be posted on the Working at Cornell YouTube Channel