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A Buddhist psychology
This chapter is part of a volume which presents the personality and psychotherapeutic theories of all the major religions. Organized according to topics within modern psychology, the author looks at h...
A rDzogs-chen buddhist interpretation of the sense of self
A rDzogs-chen (Tibetan Buddhist) interpretation of the sense of self is presented that is grounded in the disciplined method of shamatha-vipashyana meditation. This model of self/non-self agrees with ...
Buddhism and western psychology
Buddhism and Western Psychology represents one of the early volumes to contain reflections on the interface between Buddhism and psychology from a diverse and expert group of Western Buddhist s...
Concepts from eastern philosophy and Rogers' science of unitary human beings
A brief outline of Buddhist thought is presented. Four concepts from early Indian philosophy which contributed to the development of the middle way consequence (Mādhyamika-Prāsaṅg...
Consciousness at the crossroads : conversations with the Dalai Lama on brainscience and Buddhism
Consciousness at the Crossroads is a record of the Dalai Lama's meeting with Western psychiatrists, neuroscientists, and philosophers in October of 1989. This was the second formal conference b...
Destructive emotions
This webcast presents some of the latest research findings on the effects of meditation on brain, body, and emotions based on several studies conducted by Richard Davidson, a professor of psychiatry a...
DNA lab welcomes Dalai Lama to Tibetan science community
This short news clip in the journal Nature reports on Dalai Lama's visit to the Whitehead Institute in 2003. His visit was, in part, a continuation of his numnerous interaction with Western sci...
Encountering Buddhism : Western psychology and Buddhist teachings
Scholars, research scientists, and therapists look at what it means to encounter, sometimes struggle with, be inspired by, and attempt to integrate Buddhist teachings into their own worldviews and pro...
Exploring the nature and functions of the mind : a Tibetan Buddhist meditative perspective
The Tibetan Buddhist classification of mind, its divisions and the system of meditation practices aimed at achieving ideal states of being are a complex presentation of psychological, behavioral and s...
Inside mind and life : a quarterly newsletter of the mind and life institute
In this first newsletter of the Mind and Life institute, the institute reports some of its current activities, research programs, services, notices of upcoming publications, and an outline of future ...
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