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Fathom the Mind, Heal the World: The Role of Contemplative Science in Tackling the Mental Health Crisis

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The world has seen tremendous economic growth in the past few decades, yet mental health continues to decline. Depression and anxiety affect millions of people globally, and the situation is particularly concerning for children and adolescents. To address this crisis, Dr B Alan Wallace established the Center for Contemplative Research, a network of centers that bring together long-term contemplatives and leading scientists to explore the nature of consciousness and sustainable wellbeing.

At an upcoming public event, beginning with a short guided meditation, CCR Asia Pacific will screen a recent video lecture of Dr B Alan Wallace on contemplative science and its potential to heal the world. The lecture will be followed by a panel discussion with experts in philosophy, psychology, and CCR leadership, including audience Q&A. The event is an opportunity to learn about the CCR project, its positive future impact on mental health, and how you can become involved. Let us fathom the mind together and work towards a brighter future.

This is a free and all inclusive event, however if you feel called to make a contribution to the ticket price the option is available in the booking form. All funds will go to Vajrayana Institute, Sydney. (Tax deductible invoices are not available for this event). 

Please watch this short video description of the international CCR project by one of CCR's long-term contemplatives, Andi Vazquez.

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