Matthieu Ricard, el monje budista francés y nepalés, que cambió la ciencia por la espiritualidad, habló sobre el entrenamiento mental que se necesita para ser feliz.
Buddhism refers to a religion, a philosophy, or a mediation-based practice founded in the fifth century B.C. by Siddhârta Gautama, the first historical Buddha. A journey on the path to enlightenment.
The Seminar on "the Animal and Us" was held on 7 February 2014. Here is the articles in the French press about the event:
Matthieu Ricard was at th eWorld Economic Forum, in Davos.
Matthieu Ricard runs a meditation class at the WEF in Davos.
SHECHEN, NEPAL — ‟Cooperation,” the Harvard University biologist Martin Nowak has written, is ‟the architect of creativity throughout evolution, from cells to multicellular creatures to anthills to villages to cities.” As mankind now tries to solve new, global challenges, we must also find new ways to cooperate. The basis for this cooperation m...
The forst part of this article was written by Rachel Nuwer, SmithsonianMag.com
Although empathy is crucial for successful social interactions, excessive sharing of others' negative emotions may be maladaptive and constitute a source of burnout. To investigate functional neural plasticity underlying the augmentation of empathy and to test the counteracting potential of compassion, one group of participants was first traine...
Matthieu Ricard discusses the concept of eduring happiness according to the Buddhist perspective, and how the Dalai Lama embodies this skill that can be cultivated.