Science and Buddhism
How Buddhism relates to modern science and reflections on Mind and Life conferences with the Dalai Lama.
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A conversation on the nature of time with a theoretical physicist, a philosopher, and a…View Post
Compassion + Technology
How obsession with the latest technology hinders us from thinking about its negative impacts on…View Post
Science and technology in service of society
Whatever innovations emerge in the fields of science and technology, our motivation and ethical conduct…View Post
Does ethics matter in science and technology?
How the ethics of non-harming apply in the fields of information technology, scientific research, and…View Post
American professor teaches physics to Tibetan nuns
Physics professor Nicole Ackerman (now Venerable Thubten Rinchen) writes about her experience teaching science to…View Post
Connecting women scientists and Buddhist nuns
A physics professor shares about her experience teaching Tibetan Buddhist nuns as part of the…View Post
Brain training: The effects of meditation on the brain
Feel measurably happier, improve self-awareness and concentration through meditative training.View Post
The Mind and Life VIII conference: Destructive emotions
A perennial human predicament: the nature and destructive potential of “negative” emotions.View Post
The Mind and Life IV conference: Sleeping, dreaming,...
Why are we dreaming? When does death occur? It is possible to transform sleep time…View Post
The Mind and Life III Conference: Emotions and health
Do buddhas have emotions? Why do we feel low self-esteem and self-hatred? Finding peace through…View Post
“Harmonia Mundi” and “Mind-Life...
The balance of Dharma practice and individual action as a means to improve our society.View Post