In this second part of my interview with Dr. Daniel P. Brown, we explore the second stage of training in Mahamudra Noted The Great Way.
In fraction 1, we explored the Elephant Path of concentration and meditation, which is the first stage of training in Mahamudra Noted The Great Way.
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Part 2- The Neuroscience of Awakening
In this episode, Dan talks about the how the Elephant Path of accumulation bridges over into the Tibetan mahamudra training. Here are a few of the questions we explore 😛 TAGEND
What are the challenges that rise at the highest theatres of concentration and musing and how do you deal with the issues that come up and challenge our concentration? Development of self-sense as central organizing principle The Heart Sutra Judson Brewer’s work on the Neuroscience of Awakening supported by the Fetzer Foundation. What is simultaneous thinker and the cosmic database. These are the awakened state that the sutras are written in. How do we tap into the Cosmic Database? What Is Mind exclusively and what does it stand for?
What are the three delineates of awareness according to Mahamudra? What translation has Dan seen in his students over epoch? Along what timeline? What is metacognition and why is it so important? How does metacognition help you to avoid getting lost in meditation? How does the educator been established by that cavity of metacognition for the student in the pointing out way? How does metacognition relate to Western psychology?
Dan is an Associate Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School, a world-renowned Forensic Law& Western psychology expert as well as a Senior Meditation Master in Indo-Tibetan Bon& Buddhism.
Dan gaining access to more than 50 years of research by synthesizing Western psychotherapy and positive psychology with Eastern contemplative traditions.
Dr. Brown studied meditation rehearsal for 47 years, including Patanjali’s Yogasutras and its treatises in the original Sanskrit with the great historian of doctrine, Mircea Eliade and as a direct musing practice with Dr. Arwind Vasavada. He studied Burmese mindfulness meditation in Burma with its originator, Mahasi Sayadaw and other captains like Tungpalu Sayadaw and Acchan Cha.
He studied Indo-Tibetan concentration and insight meditation with the spring educator, Geshe Wangyal, and then with Denmo Loncho Rinpoche and Yeshe Tapgyay, and learned Mahamudra meditation from numerous Tibetan lamas. He wasted 46 years carrying reflection textbooks from Tibetan and Sanskrit.
As a Western psychologist he spent 10 times conducting aftermaths study on beginning and advanced meditators, with an emphasis on researching the effects of intense absorption meditation and on the nature of the awakened spirit. He has taught intensive meditation departures internationally for 32 years, alone and in collaboration with a number of Tibetan musing masters.
His recent interest is in meditations designed to stabilize awakening in everyday life and to bring about the thriving of positive excellences of spirit, such as the Great Completion( Dzogschen) meditations.
He is the author of 4 bibles on reflection including Changes of Consciousness and Pointing Out the Great Way. He carried the Pith Instructions on the A Khrid rDzogs Chen[ Great Completion] meditation, and an lengthy collect of the most advanced cave and hermitage yogi practises, The Self-Arising Three-fold Embodiment of Enlightenment.
Dr. Brown’s background in both Western psychology and Eastern meditation heritages offers a unique amalgamation of the contemporary Western research on peak performance and positive psychology and the classical Buddhist meditation lineage lores. He has the only scientific study identifying the neurocircuitry of the meditative suffer of awakened mind.
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