Science is currently exploring through meditation, the weft of our reality in the moment and the relationship with oneself and others, in order to understand emotional regulation mechanisms, compassion, attention and its role in learning, decision making and education.
How do brain imaging, neuroscience, and epigenetics validate the effects of meditation on the brain, mind, neuroplasticity and gene expression?
What if meditation favors positive brain aging and the prevention of Alzheimer's disease?
Gaël Chételat - Director of Research at Inserm
Perla Kaliman - Research Associate at the Center for Mind and Brain UC Davis
Jean-Philippe Lachaux - Director of Research at Inserm
Antoine Lutz - Director of Research at Inserm
Moderator : Caroline Lachowsky, journalist
Grand témoin : Luc Petton, artist
Q and A
Translated in English
In partnership with RFI
Luc Petton, dance
10:00 - 10:30
"In the heart of silence, movements speak of mystery about themselves. Time stretches out, gesture refines, sight takes its time to settle, breathing calms down, then we can see."
Choreography: Luc Petton
Dancers: SunA Lee, Tuomas Lahti
Created for « Jours de Silence » a Chaillot national theater ’s project.
Q & Ashow event