Zen Brain 2014 – All 12 Podcasts

Series Description: Increasingly, cognitive science presents us with a vision of mind as grounded in the complex transformative processes of life, while neuroscience presents us with a vision of the brain as a complex adaptive system that constantly reshapes itself in response to context, experience, and practice.How can this vision of complexity and transformation enrich our understanding of consciousness—the felt experience of awareness across waking, dreaming, sleeping, and dying? In this intensive program, we explore our lived experience of awareness in relation to our living bodies and brains seen as complex adaptive systems. We focus especially on the themes of “embodied cognition,” “emergent processes,” and “enaction” (cognition as embodied action). Neuroscientists, philosophers, Buddhist scholars, and Zen teachers explore these themes through presentations and discussion interspersed with periods of meditation practice throughout each day.

Speakers: Me!  as guest of Roshi Joan Halifax, Al Kaszniak, Evan Thompson, Richie Davison, John Dunne, and Rebecca Todd. 

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3 Responses to Zen Brain 2014 – All 12 Podcasts

  1. Ray Huey says:

    What mind expanding, informative and enriching talks. Thanks for providing. I hope to make it down from Connecticut to the Village Zendo on May 16 to hear your talk and meet you in person.

  2. romaray says:

    Loved these talks when I first heard them from Upaya. I found them mind expanding, inspirational and provocative. Thanks for making them available here. I plan to make it down to the Village Zendo on May 16 to hear and meet you in person. Looking forward to it.

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