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Can the mind heal the body? The Buddhist tradition says yes—and now that many Western scientists are beginning to agree, these discussions between His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama and a group of prominent physicians, psychologists, and meditation teachers could not be more timely. This book is a record of the Mind and Life Conference III, a meeting that took place in 1991 in Dharamsala, India, gathering together a unique assortment of Buddhist teachers and Western scholars to discuss such questions as:
· How are the brain, immune system, and emotions interconnected?
· What emotions are associated with enhanced well-being?
· How can death help us understand the nature of mind?
· How does self-esteem affect body and mind?
· How is morality related to physical and mental health?
· Can the mind heal the body?
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This text is a record of the encounter between Buddhist teachers and Western psychologists, physicians and scientists. Buddhist traditions have always supported the idea of the mind healing the body - and now many Western countries are beginning to agree. This book, taken from discussions at the Mind and Life Conference in 1991 in Dharamasala, India, explores subjects such as: how are the brain, immune system and emotions interconnected? how can death help us understand the nature of mind? how does self-esteem effect body and mind? and what emotions are associated with well-being?About the Author:
Daniel Goleman, PhD, has twice been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He is the author of numerous books, including Emotional Intelligence, Working with Emotional Intelligence, The Meditative Mind, and Primal Leadership: Realizing the Power of Emotional Intelligence.
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