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Tibet Announces the Dalai Lama’s Tour of South Americ

Five South American countries are on the travel itinerary of Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama from April 26// to May 12. The cities he will go to are Sao Paulo, the largest city of Brazil, Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital, Santiago (Chile), Lima (Peru) and Bogota (Colombia). In Br...

Stop Use of Word 'Leper'

...ly discriminatory attitudes in society as experienced by people affected by leprosy. Sixteen religious leaders including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the dalai Lama, the Chairman of the Indonesian Council of Ulamas, the Chief Rabbi of Israel and the President of the Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care...

Ira Magaziner Joins Leaders in Peace Psychology at MSPP to Explore Ways to Transform Violence, Heal Families, Communities and World

... human need," says Green, who will be presented with the "Unsung Heroes of Compassion" award (from Wisdom in Action of California) by his Holiness the dalai Lama, next year. Weingarten will present "Hope in a Time of Global Despair," in which she will describe how the "active practice" of hope can make p...

NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/April 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, April 14).

...deal with North Korean nukes, the government has found it hard to break bad habits: it took the bait in Tibet, indulging in stale denunciations of the dalai Lama after cracking heads in the worst violence there in 20 years." http://www.newsweek.com/id/131761 RELIGION: "Why This Pope Doesn't Connect" ...

Meditation Can Wish You Well, Study Says

...f psychiatry and psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an expert on imaging the effects of meditation, has been collaborating with the dalai Lama since 1992, studying the brains of Tibetan monks. For the study, individuals in the control group were instructed first to wish loved ones wel...

Scientists discover a direct route from the brain to the immune system

...d rheumatoid arthritis to Alzheimer's, where scientists have identified a strong inflammatory component. Dr. Tracey has presented his work to the dalai Lama, who has shown a great interest in the neurosciences and the mind-body connection. He has also written a book called Fatal Sequence, about the do...

Traditional Tibetan Medicine Gaining Acceptance in Himachal Pradesh

... The Tibetan Medical System and Astrological Institute, founded by the 13th dalai Lama in Tibet in 1916, was re-established in 1961 by the 14th dalai Lama with it headquarter at Dharamsala. Today, the Institute has ov...

Meditation Increases Attention - A Brain Scan Report

...e experienced meditators were Tibetan monks, recruited with the help of the dalai Lama, and they all had an extremely long history of formal practice." For 15 years, Davidson has had a scientific relationship with the dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists, to investigate the effects of ...

Tibetans to Introduce Organic Farming

...ng organic in the long run." India is home to some 100,000 Tibetans, many of whom fled to India in 1959 along with their spiritual leader, the dalai Lama. No country recognizes the Tibetan government-in-exile here. ...

More People Seeking Treatment for Mental Illness in Strife-torn Kashmir

...meet was organised by WISCOMP -Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace -, an initiative of the Foundation for Universal Responsibility of the dalai Lama. Rehana Kausar, another delegate at the convention, said: "There is a marked increase in cases of abortion, incest, infidelity, crumbling ...
Dalai in Biological News

Dalai Lama, top scientists to discuss science & clinical applications of meditation

...ociety's embrace of meditation, press meeting with dalai Lama, Hopkins Medical Dean Edward Miller, and Geor...mplative communities, among them, His Holiness the dalai Lama. A pre-event press meeting with the dalai Lama, Johns Hopkins Medical Dean Edward Miller, an...
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