New Talk Available: How Buddhism Would Inspire Psychological Research of Subjective Well-being
On November 28, 2017, Lund University invited Khenpo Sodargye to give a lecture on how Buddhism might inspire psychological research on subjective well-being. While much present day research in psychology is focused on areas like the nervous system, studying consciousness may facilitate our understanding on how to achieve happiness.
Khenpo demonstrated how happiness is dependent on our mind rather than the senses and how we can achieve this happiness by discovering our deeply hidden wisdom.
For further information, please refer to How Buddhism Would Inspire Psychological Research of Subjective Well-being.