Dalai Lama Audio Teachings on Tibetan Buddhism Podcast

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H.H. the Dalai Lama, the most prominent contemporary figure in Tibetan Buddhism, teaches regularly on a variety of topics ranging from entry level lectures to profound oral commentaries on seminal texts covering subjects such as Wisdom, Compassion, Ethics, Nature of the Mind, Buddhism and Science, and Meditation and Psychotherapy. His office does a great job making the teachings available through its official webcast. Now they are available in a podcast here as MP3 audio files encoded at 64Kbps mono. If you rather see video, check out the “Dalai Lama Video Teachings” podcasts (available in Standard Quality and High Quality).


Ecology, Ethics and Interdependence - Mind and Life XXIII; October 17, 2011 (Day 1 of 5; Morning) - Dalai Lama Audio Teachings on Tibetan Buddhism Podcast

November 8th, 2011

Episode 346 of 409 episodes

This meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama is a dialogue between contemplative scholars, activists and ecological scientists that will discuss the interconnection between individual choices and environmental consequences. More video and audio will be added as they become available. Duration: 10 sessions each approximately 2 hours TOPIC ONE – THE SCIENCE Moderator: Daniel Goleman Session 1, October 17th Morning: Human Impact on Global Systems for Sustaining Life Presenter: Diana Liverman Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet Thupten Jinpa, Ph.D, Principal translator for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, President and the Editor-in-Chief of the Institute of Tibetan Classics. Daniel Goleman, Ph.D., is a co-founder of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning at the University of Illinois, and co-director of the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations at Rutgers University. Diana Liverman, Ph.D., is the co-director of the Institute of the Environment at The University of Arizona and a professor in the School of Geography and Development.

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