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  1. The Escape Hatch from Samsara


    from Seattle Insight Meditation Liked 3,339 19 2

    Ajahn Sumedho, abbot emeritus of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, visits SIMS and offers teachings on the immediate release into non-personal consciousness available in the immediate moment.

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    • Sogyal Rinpoche @ Awake - Amsterdam 2012


      from WhatMeditationReallyIs Liked 5,718 17 1

      Here is Sogyal Rinpoche’s entire WhatMeditationReallyIs talk from the AWAKE event on the 4th of May in Amsterdam. Visit us at http://whatmeditationreallyis.com

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      • Salmon Confidential


        from Twyla Roscovich Liked

        visit www.SalmonConfidential.ca for more info.

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        • DREAL : Dreams Are Real


          from Maribel Serrano Liked 22.2K 12 1

          This film is dedicated to all of those who know they are more than society perceives them to be. Find us on Facebook and post your comments at Facebook.com/DREALdreamsarereal For screening…

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          • Why is Science Important?


            from Alom Shaha Liked 104K 185 11

            Physics teacher and film-maker Alom Shaha sets out to uncover a genuinely satisfying answer to his students' most common question: why is science important? This film was made with funding from…

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            • Evolutionary Origins of Human Cognition and Behavior - James K. Rilling, Emory University


              from Kavli Frontiers of Science Liked 170 2 0

              Searching for Human Brain Specializations with Structural and Functional Neuroimaging James K. Rilling, Emory University Humans are truly an exceptional species with respect to cognition. Compared…

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              • This Is Vanity - Short Film


                from Oliver Goodrum Liked 124K 2,913 277

                ‘This Is Vanity’ is the dark and tragic tale of a tiring mother who struggles to protect both herself and her disabled teenage daughter from the continual attacks of local adolescents.…

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                • David Eagleman: Brain over mind?


                  from PopTech Liked 1,942 14 0

                  David Eagleman is a neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. His areas of research include time perception, vision, synesthesia, and the intersection of neuroscience with the…

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                  • Out of Our Minds


                    from kate webbink Liked 252 4 0

                    A short doc about uncertainty, and coping with it in the fields of comparative cognition.

                  • Altered Focus: Burma


                    from James Holman Film Liked 125K 1,499 75

                    - RIDE CHANNEL Feature February 2014 - - Winner of Best Independent and Emerging Film Makers at the International Skateboard Film Festival 2011 - - WATCH THE FOLLOW UP TO ALTERED FOCUS, YOUTH OF…

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                    • David DeSteno: Compassion science


                      from PopTech Liked 8,550 62 1

                      David DeSteno directs the Social Emotions Lab at Northeastern University where his research is pulling back the curtain to reveal some of the mechanics that drive human compassion. “It is not…

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                      • How Free Is Your Will? An interview with Michael Gazzaniga


                        from Imaginal Disc Liked 5,369 19 0

                        My Mind's Eye: A Series of Video Interviews on Mind and Brain. Episode 2 - How Free Is Your Will? An interview with Michael Gazzaniga Professor of Psychology and the Director for the SAGE…

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