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New visions in an endangered world : afternoon session.

Program Title:
New visions in an endangered world : afternoon session.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0658.02
Description: 

A Healing Mind psychology conference which explores the synthesis of Eastern and Western psychology through plenary sessions, lectures, panel discussions and workshops.

r.1. Audience questions directed at the Dalai Lama. Questioning covers issues such as: suffering and projection of suffering, necessity of altruistic attitudes for survival, suffering and the therapist, the Dalai Lama's personal ways of dealing with suffering, suffering, the ordinary mind and illusion, torutrue and abuse victims, and the power of women in Tibetan spirituality and organization (65 min.) -- r.2. Audience questions directed at the Dalai Lama. Questioning covers issues such as: suffering and projection of suffering, necessity of altruistic attitudes for survival, suffering and the therapist, the Dalai Lama's personal ways of dealing with suffering, suffering, the ordinary mind and illusion, torutrue and abuse victims, and the power of women in Tibetan spirituality and organization (16 min.).

Date Recorded on: 
Newport Beach, Oct. 1989.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
2 reels (81 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1989.
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