Online Video Links for Alan Wallace

Online Video Links for Alan Wallace
The videos are now available from our “Science and Buddhism” colloquium at the University of Oxford, sponsored by the Physiology Department and the Oriental Institute of the University of Oxford, the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies, and the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, March, 2010. This colloquium was made possible due to a generous grant from the Yoga Research and Education Center.The videos are accessible from the main website of voices from oxford:

People can click on events and then on the introductory video (Buddhistwheel) to open up the whole page of sessions. The videos can be downloaded.
"My Buddhist Journey"
B. Alan Wallace on Science, Buddhism, Skepticism and Meditation.
Video Interview on Conscious Media Network
Introduction to Vajra Essence Retreats to be held in Santa Barbara
June 21 -28 & Aug 30- Sept 6.
"Buddhist & Christian Meditation," Friday, March 13, 2009, B. Alan Wallace at Trinity Cathedral in Sacramento. Requires Windows Media Player.
"Neuroscience of Buddhist Contemplative Practices," from Neuroscience and Spirituality conference - 1:04:42 - Feb 6, 2009
Claremont School of Theology Link to Google Video
“A Buddhist View of Mental Resilience” in a panel dialogue on “Mental Resilience in Times of Crisis,” chaired by Prof. Kua Ee Heok, National University of Singapore, Dec. 10, 2008:
NUS Playlist for Three Part Talk Link on YouTube
“Principles of a Contemplative Science” in the Mind/Supermind Lecture Series sponsored by Santa Barbara City College, Jan. 7, 2007. MP3 Audio& Power Point Slides. The Center for Buddhist Studies Weblog:
Meditation seminar, “The Four Immeasurables” sponsored by the Jefferson Tibetan Society, Charlottesville, VA, Dec. 9 - 10, 2006. Audio streaming or downloads .
“Dependent Origination in Buddhism and Science.” sponsored by the Jefferson Tibetan Society, Charlottesville, VA, Dec. 8, 2006. Audio streaming or downloads.
“Toward the First Revolution in the Mind Sciences.” at Google Headquarters, Mountain View, California, Aug. 8, 2006. GOOGLE VIDEO.
“Mind and Reality Symposium Webcast.” B. Alan Wallace delivers a keynote address entitled "Naturalizing the Mind." GOOGLE VIDEO: from Mind and Reality Symposium.
“Cognitive Science Dialogue: Consciousness East and West” with John Searle, sponsored by the Cognitive Science Program, Northwestern University. VIDEO
“A Buddhist View of Optimal Mental Health.” B. Alan Wallace presents a Buddhist view of optimal mental health at the UVa Medical Center. Video available online. Recorded live. The Tibetan & Himalayan Digital Library.
“The Intersubjective Worlds of Science and Religion.” Dr. Alan Wallace discusses the nature of consciousness and his belief that a "truth-claim" is tested, not in reference to some purely objective realm of existence, independent of all modes of inquiry, but in reference to multiple modes of perceptual and conceptual knowledge. With this criterion of truth, both scientific and religious modes of knowledge are seen to be inextricably embedded in human experience. Moreover, following this model, human consciousness - so long emitted from the scientific worldview - is seen to play a central role in both the natural world of science as well as the world of religious truths. Available from UC TV.
The Retinal Blind Spot in the Scientific Vision of our Origins. 4/8/2002
89 minutes. UCTV
Interview with THE TIBET CONNECTION: The English-Language Radio News Magazine About Tibet, July 27, 2007:
“Buddhist Geeks Podcast 1 Interview on Achieving Shamatha
“Buddhist geeks Podcast 2 Interview on Contemplative Science
Interview for “The Skeptics Corner” Interview on Achieving Shamatha.
“Happiness-A Science of the Mind” an interview with Paula Gordon and Bill Russell on The Paula Gordon Show: Conversations with People at the Leading Edge, Nov. 26: Click Here.
Print & RealAudio. See also "Be Happy, Start a Revolution," by Paula Gordon, The Huffington Post, Nov. 29, 2006: Blog
"Mind and Reality Symposium" Interview with Rob M. Hogendoorn at Columbia University, Feb. 26, 2006: Video