This is a live virtual program for Adults. Please register by May 27, noon time. Registration button is located at the bottom, you will need your library card bar code number, and pin number to register. Enter a valid email address in order to receive a link, meeting ID and password within approx 24 hours prior to the start date to join Dr.Vidich's zoom session. Do not share the received joining session information with others. Please join the session 10-15 minutes prior to the start hour (2:00 pm). Recording is strictly prohibited. You can view/download meditation instructions and benefits documents from Dr.Vidich located under Virtual Programs (Meditation section) on finkelsteinlibrary.org home page.
Life is full of anxieties and stress, now perhaps more than ever before. Come to this workshop to learn how you can calm your body and mind by sitting in meditation. Find a place of happiness and peace within ourselves to reduce our anxiety, and fortify against the stresses of life. Please join Dr. Andrew Vidich, long time meditator for this informative lecture. There will even be a chance to meditate.
ANDREW VIDICH Ph.D.
Andrew Vidich, PhD, is an, educator, international speaker, and author/editor of more than five books. His books include Love is a Secret (1990), critically acclaimed by the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which stated that "it provided a great service to readers interested in the deeper dimensions of mystical love." He has co-edited (multiple editors) a collection of writings of the twentieth century Spiritual Saint, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji entitled, The Spiritual Path: An Anthology of the Writings by Sant Kirpal Singh. He was a contributing author to The Heart of the Healer, an investigation into the nature of healing (1987), which sold more than twenty thousand copies, Light Upon Light : 5 Master Pathways to Awaken the Mindful Self. His newest book, co-authored with Art Stein, entitled, Let There Be Light: Experiencing Inner Light Across the World’s Sacred Traditions.
Dr. Vidich has been an adjunct assistant professor of religion at Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY and at Iona College in New Rochelle where he taught courses in the nature and experience of religion, meditation, death and dying and Islamic studies. Dr. Vidich lectures and presents experiential workshops at conferences, radio and TV shows, colleges and book stores throughout the world on a variety of topics. He is the co-founder of The Interfaith Council of New York and member of the Board of Directors of a Meditation Center in Amityville NY. He has been studying meditation for 44 years under the guidance of three world renowned meditation teachers.