The Dalai Lama: Change Your Mind Change the World

Dalai LamaWatch full-length video from the Dalai Lama’s visit to Madison, Wis. for the Change Your Mind Change the World event.

On Wednesday, May 15, several of the world’s foremost thinkers joined the Dalai Lama in Madison to discuss how neuroscience, environments, economics, and healthcare can combine to make the world a healthier, happier place.

Wisconsin Public Television recorded two panel discussions featuring the Dalai Lama. Watch full-length video of both discussions below.

For more information on the panelists visit the Change Your Mind Change the World website. The event was co-hosted by Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the Waisman Center and the Global Health Institute, both at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Conversations on Global Health and Well-being
Panelists: The Dalai Lama, Dr. Richard J. Davidson, Dr. Ilona Kickbusch, Dr. Jonathan Patz, Dr. Don Berwick, Richard Layard; Moderated by Daniel Goleman

Conversations on Science, Happiness and Well-being
Panelists: The Dalai Lama, Dr. Richard J. Davidson, Dr. Jonathan Patz, Matthieu Ricard; Moderated by Arianna Huffington

12 thoughts on “The Dalai Lama: Change Your Mind Change the World”

    1. The first video “Conversations on Global Health and Well-being” should be visible. Unfortunately we’re having some problems with the second video on this page and hope to have it fixed by Monday. If you still can’t see the first video, please try watching it here. http://video.wpt2.org/video/2365012184

    1. We apologize for the inconvenience; we have been experiencing technical difficulties with our video hosting server all weekend. We are currently working on finding the reasons behind the intermittent outages, but at the moment, both videos are playing fine.

  1. I am happy to see that mindfulness and emotional health is being recognized and addressed in this great discussion. I have been working on emotional trauma, mental health and recovery myself and would like to get in contact with interested people to discuss my perspective. Can you help?

  2. Hello Michael,

    Have you explored academia.edu for getting in touch with scholars interested in similar areas?

    Cheers,
    Karen

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