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VIDEO RESOURCES

MWE’s video page includes teachings, talks, and fun educational videos.

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Lojong Slogan #20: Of the two witnesses…

November 29, 2022
A short video of a fourth grader explaining what this mind-training slogan by Atisha means to him.

Lojong Slogan #32: Don’t Wait in Ambush

November 13, 2022
Don’t wait in ambush. What does it mean? Here Bella, a 6th grader at MWS, will explain slogan number 32...
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Lojong: “Abandon any hope of fruition”

November 1, 2022
A short video of a 5th grader explaining what this mind-training slogan by Atisha means. An example for what's possible when students are teachers.

On Mandalas

August 19, 2022
Mandalas are found in several activities on the MWE website. The subject of mandalas is vast, popular, and often misunderstood. In a short video interview from 2021, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche presents some of the profound ideas that mandalas represent, which may help educators and parents raise their own understanding of this important Buddhist principle.

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche On Harmony

May 10, 2021
Is harmony a Buddhist concept? Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche addresses this and other questions relating to the concept of harmony in education.

Less Meat More Love

April 19, 2021
Written by Simon Thomas and sung by Gianna Macioce, Less Meat More Love gives a few reasons why eating less meat can bring huge benefits.

Universal Education at Home: Making the most of the Happy Toolbox with Kids and Teens

February 26, 2021
Ceci Buzón shares and explores new ways, tips and ideas to benefit from the games and activities presented in the Happy Toolbox.

The Dalai Lama In Conversation with Greta Thunberg and Leading Scientists

February 5, 2021
In January 2021, The Mind & Life Institute hosted a special free livestream event with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, climate activist Greta Thunberg, and leading scientists to explore steps for addressing this urgent set of challenges.

Protect the World

January 27, 2021
When a group of young people concerned about climate change came together at a hip hop recording workshop in Kyogle (regional NSW, Australia), the result was the song "Protect the World".
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