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Meditation and Human Flourishing


Mingyur Rinpoche




Can we cultivate well-being in the same way that we can train our bodies to be healthier and more resilient? If so, how might we use the practice of meditation to experience equanimity, to open our hearts fully to others, and to cultivate insight and wisdom?


It's really wonderful to be with you today and co-sponsored this event with the Turga community. What we're gonna be talking about today is meditation and the science of human flourishing. And with us today, uh, of course is, uh, young gay min Che, who is with us today after his, is it a four and a half year, uh, period?

As a wondering yogi, and we're wonderful. It's wonderful to have him back with us. As you know, he is a, uh, Buddhist monk who is a master of the Karma, Cogi and Inma, uh, sex Tibetan Buddhism. He also has a wonderful book called The Joy of Living. How many of you have. , that's why it's a best seller, , and it is for a good reason.

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