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PostSubject: Buddhism, Meditation and Neuroscience   Sun Nov 25, 2012 1:49 pm

If you are interested in the intersection of Buddhism and neuroscience, this current issue of Tricycle Magazine has two very insightful articles on this -- somewhat critical actually - from two top Buddhist scholars. Also in the magazine, a big section on how Buddhists deal with death - from the many different traditions. I think actually that a Shasta-trained lay minister is hosting an on-line video course on tricycle.com on preparing for death, and I think you need to be a member or subscriber to participate in the full series. At least, I think she is related to Shasta or one of the priories.

Most of the articles from this Tricycle issue is not available free on-line. They don't give away much of their content since they really need subscriptions to survive - it is very hard out there for print magazines these days.
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