Jewish Path, Buddhist Practice | Yale University

at Yale Buddhist Life

More Info / Registration

Many Jews meditate, and most meditate in ways developed in the Buddhist tradition.  That this is so, is undeniable; why this is so, is a subject for the sociologists.  But what does it mean for the practitioner?  What are the benefits of meditation for a Jewish spiritual path (especially a secular one), and what are the benefits of a Jewish background and context for serious dharma practice?