'I Don't Feel Fear. I Don't Worry. I Don't Recognize Time'

Dr. Stephen Fulder, one of Israel’s leading meditation teachers, explains how to find calm in a chaotic, threatening world, and admits that he, too, sometimes experiences anxiety

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A meditation session at Tovana.
A meditation session at Tovana.

Tell us about yourself.

I’m British, I grew up in London and in Oxford. In the past I was an academic, I have a Ph.D. in molecular biology, but fortunately my academic career led me to a different place. In 1976 [the year Fulder turned 30], I was sent to teach chemistry at a university in India. India astounded me. All the crazy sadhus – the spiritual teachers, ascetics – on the banks of the Ganges. I learned so much there, especially about the way spirituality is integrated in our everyday life. On the street.

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