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This article is based on a talk given by the Dalai Lama at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience on November 12, 2005 in Washington DC...
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Location: usa
Subject: Spcigo
Nov 16 2005 01:28 AM

THis could be a help to you.

Regarding address to the neuroscience, you better check here.....http://apu.sfn.org/

They will put the original address on this website.


Location: NY
Subject: about meditation and neuroscience
Nov 16 2005 12:22 AM


I'm a broadcast student in NY working on a radio project about the ongoing debate about meditation and neuroscientists. Is there anyway i can get the audiop of what His Holiness the Dalai lama said at the conference? Please let me know,

Thank you,

Location: Somewhere
Subject: humanity
Nov 16 2005 12:07 AM


You are right about saying that the Dalai Lama has a bigger vision than many of us. 'Extremists' should not highjack his noble visions.
At the same token, did not the Chinese protesters sort of cross the line this time, though? Maybe not. IT is a free country. You can say whatever you want, for the most part, right?
I really think that those Chinese got some organic experience of freedom of speech. Because they can never do this in China. They live in a very repressive environment, in HIS own words. SO I hope those protesters, particularly Miss Weng Peng will have the similar courage to raise her voice on the T Square in Bejing.

It is amazing to see that Asian Nazis are so much needed in the bia-lateral trades.
mark farman  

Location: USA
Subject: science
Nov 15 2005 05:15 PM

I t hink that His Holiness has reached a different level of understanding than most. Somehow, regardless of his title, position, study and practice, he has been able to step back from everything and view the world with humane eyes...to grasp what is better for the whole, and not just Buddhism or Tibet.

This, I feel, will be an important, and unpresidented, change left in our world...one that each practitioner needs to develop as we all become more intergrated.
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