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It was a packed house as Dr Daniel Siegel visited Vancouver for "Mindsight: Brain Science and Transformation for You and Your Relationships". Moderator Maria LeRose led an informal conversation with Dr. more

The giver’s glow. The helper’s high. These are just a couple of the terms used to describe the phenomenon of the positive reaction we have when we decide to help others. more

On April 12, Rev Ric Matthews and Jannet Ann Nordemann joined the Dalai Lama Center for a special Speakers Series event, "Living Compassion in Community".Check out the complete podcast below. more

On March 3, Dr Jack Miller joined the Dalai Lama Center for an intimate gathering to share his thoughts on "Educating for Wisdom and Compassion". At the core of this dialogue was Dr Miller's belief in a holistic education that aims to develop what he calls the "whole child".Check out the podcast below to hear more. more

John Helliwell has spent two evenings with the DLC as a part of the Speakers Series. He first joined Richie Davidson for a dialogue on October 28, 2006 and he most recently joined Elizabeth Dunn and Bill Harbaugh on June 16, 2010 for “Money, Generosity and Happiness”. more

Pure altruism, Bill Harbaugh argues, is diluted by the number of people who benefit from our generosity. For example, if one gives money to a low-income individual, he or she benefits by seeing the level of well-being in the other person increase. However, many other people, who gave nothing, also get to see the level of well-being in that low-income individual person increase. more

In an engaging and interactive dialogue, Elizabeth Dunn joined Bill Harbaugh and John Helliwell at SFU Harbour Centre for “Money, Generosity and Happiness” where the running theme was that while we may very often believe that we can “buy” happiness we’re better off “investing” in the well-being of others. more

Below are complete podcasts of all of the dialogues from the 2009 Vancouver Peace Summit. For more information on the Summit, visit the event listing. more

Jody Williams returned to Vancouver on March 19, 2010. Hosted by the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, she gave a talk about how she and her colleagues around the world worked together to ban landmines, work recognized with the Nobel Peace Prize, and her tireless efforts to promote human rights through the work of the Nobel Women’s Initiative. more

On Thursday, March 11, the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education hosted  one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century for a special Speaker Series event. more