Organized by the Interdisciplinary University of Paris (IUP) and Trédaniel Editions, an international symposium

Health, Meditation and Consciousness, 

Healing of the Body, Healing of the Soul. 

Can we really get younger?How does our mind affect our health?What is the true nature of our consciousness and what are its powers?How can meditation change our lives?

It will bring together exceptional speakers such as the Nobel Prize in Medicine Elizabeth Blackburn, a pioneer in the study of how to lengthen our telomeres for longevity, and her collaborator Elissa Epel, Richard Davidson, co-founder with the Dalai Lama of the Institute for the Study of Life and Consciousness, is one of the leading experts on the impact of meditation on our bodies, Eben Alexander, the first major neurologist to have a near-death experience, from which he deduced that our scientific conceptions of consciousness were far too limited, the Dr. Jean-Jacques Charbonier who will show us the way to become hyper conscious.
And also the health advice of Dr. Frederic Saldmann, known worldwide for his bestseller
Your best medicine is you
This is the first of a series of articles on mindfulness meditation, including a short video on mindfulness meditation by Martin Aylward, one of the best teachers of mindfulness meditation, the incredible testimony of Bernadette Moriau, the 70th miraculous victim of Lourdes, and exclusive video interventions by Matthieu Ricard and Tenzin Palmo.
Video presentation of the conference
by clicking here

The conference will be followed by
experiential workshops
Sunday, September 29 at the Conference Center of the Marriott Hotel, 17 Bd Saint Jacques, 75014, Paris
Workshop 1: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.: The science and art of mindfulness and compassionate practices for sustainable health
Hosted by three great personalities: Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn, neurologist Richard Davidson, who has done numerous studies with the Dalai Lama and Tibetan monks on the impact of meditation on our bodies and brains, and psychologist Elissa Epel, professor of psychology at the University of California at San Francisco.

Workshop 2: 2:30 – 5:30 p.m.: A Path to Unity
Led by Eben Alexander and Karen Newell with a meditation session facilitated by sounds sent in an attempt to recreate altered states of consciousness approaching those experienced during an NDE,

Workshop 3: 2:30 – 5:30 p.m.: The Power of Presence: Mindfulness and Healing of Suffering
Led by Martin Aylward, one of Europe’s leading instructors in this field