◆2017 Nov 3 Lecture by Dr.Barry Hosted by Kyoto University Palliative Medicine Research Society

Nov. 3, 2017

Lecture in Kyoto (Dr. Barry Kerzin)

“Prescription for Happiness” for Caregivers
– Achieving wellbeing through mindfulness and compassion

Wellbeing is an inner state of feeling well independent of outer circumstances. Mindfulness monitors our inner life of thoughts and emotions. Compassion modulates our inner attitudes moving away from a narrow selfish perspective to a broader perspective encompassing the needs of others. Ironically this concern for others also fills us with meaning and joy. Compassion broadens our attitude to include others’ wellbeing. Meditation quiets our mind and heart bringing tranquility, less internal chatter, and broader perspective.

Barry Kerzin


【Date】 Nov. 3 Fri. National Holiday     13:00-18:00 (Open 12:30)

【Lecturer】 Dr. Barry Kerzin (in English with Japanese interpretation)

【Place】 Kyoto University Hospital (Kyoto  Prefecture), Lecture Hall,
54 Kawaharacho, Syogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City 606-8507

【Fees: All prices include Tax】
・3,000 yen

【Register】
office@humanvalues.jp
(Please include your name, number of people, contact phone number and email address)

<Schedule>
12:30 Open
13:00-14:30 Lecture: Dr. Barry Kerzin
14:45-15:45 Dialogue: Dr. Barry Kerzin & Dr. Satoru Tsuneto
15:45-16:15 Tea Break
16:15-17:00 Meditation Practice for cultivating Mindfulness and Compassion: Dr. Barry Kerzin
17:00-18:00 Q & A

Satoru Tsuneto, MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Human Health Sciences,
Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University
Department of Palliative Medicine, Kyoto University Hospital