DHARAMSALA, India (Reuters) - The Dalai Lama urged Tibetans to remain united on Friday, telling an audience gathered for the swearing-in of his exiled people's new leader that they must avoid the schisms that had damaged other religions.
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Like most other important events in my life, meeting the Dalai Lama was not a deliberate choice, but an accident. I avoided anything about him, regarding the interest in the Dalai Lama as just another bay area cult like Synanon. ButShow More Summary
I am pleased to announce the launch of our newest project, the Atlas of Emotions: www.atlasofemotions.com. The Atlas was featured on Saturday in the New York Times. The Dalai Lama said that we needed a map to get to the new world and asked whether I could create a map of the emotions, to get a better understanding of our emotions. Show More Summary
When the Dalai Lama teams up with a top psychologist, who teams up a top data viz firm, you get the Atlas of Emotions. The five circles slowly pulsing on my screen are meant to visualize the entire core of human emotion: Fear. Disgust. Anger. Sadness. Enjoyment. Read Full Story
In his teaching on the essence of Dzogchen, the Dalai Lama describes the shock that naturally accompanies innermost awareness, the basis of all reality. The post Discover Your Innermost Awareness appeared first on Lion's Roar.
"Sleep is the best meditation" -- Dalai Lama "The lion and the calf shall lie down together but the calf won't get much sleep" -- Woody Allen Almost everyone's got something to say about sleep. We get too little or too much, it's often disturbed, and not restful enough. Show More Summary
Ever wondered how your emotions interact or what they give rise to? This visualization, called The Atlas of Emotions, combines experimental psychology and insight from the Dalai Lama to try and explain. Read more...
Emotions are complex and only partially understood, yet such a force in how we live our lives. The Atlas of Emotions, produced by Stamen Design, shows what we know about… Tags: Dalai Lama, emotion, Stamen
The tool is designed to help users understand their emotions and create a map of their mind
The task of healing humanity may seem too lofty a goal for some. But Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, is not the kind of man who is easily deterred. The Dalai Lama has teamed up with renowned psychologist Dr. Paul Ekman to build an "Atlas of Emotions" that aims to map out all of the feelings that a human can experience. Show More Summary
In collaboration with the psychologist who helped write "Inside Out," the Dalai Lama has created a digital "map of the mind." The post Dalai Lama launches online “Atlas of Emotions” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
The Dalai Lama never ceases his quest to help others navigate the complex human psyche as part of the path to inner peace, and the Dalai Lama’s website, ‘Atlas of Emotions’, is designed to do just that. In a truly creative and contemporary collaboration between a Hollywood producer, world-class scientists and the Dalai Lama, a... Show More Summary
The Dalai Lama has commissioned an atlas of human emotions to further a lofty mission: turning secular audiences into more self-aware, compassionate humans.
To be honest, writing about the subject of compassion seems a little daunting to me. Here's what I'm thinking, "What could I possibly have to say about this that hasn't been said before? I'm no Dalai Lama or Mother Theresa." I come from a typical middle-class, mid-western family. Show More Summary
Bloomberg announced a new video series featuring business and cultural luminaries like Warren Buffett, Steven Soderbergh, and the Dalai Lama at its NewFront presentation this afternoon in New York City. At the same time, the companyShow More Summary
There have been some hilarious memes of the Dalai Lama related to firearms popping up lately. They are obviously taken out of context but the image does match the meme’s idea. Only one of these is a real quote by the Dalai Lama. Can you figure out which one it is? The post POTD: Gunfighter Dalai Lama appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
In this photo by Ashwini Bhatia, an elderly Tibetan woman who was among people waiting to receive the Dalai Lama gets emotional as the spiritual leader greets devotees upon arrival at the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in India. The Tibetan spiritual leader presided over a convocation event at the institute near Dharmsala, the Himalayan hill town where he has lived in exile.
India has apparently had second thoughts about allowing an exiled Uighur leader to attend a conference with other anti-Beijing activists in the Dalai Lama's adopted hometown, canceling his visa amid considerable pressure from China. [ more › ]
“You Americans, he said," Always concerned over such minor matters." He was right