From Soul’s Code: A Stan­ford Univer­sity neuro­sci­en­tist and medi­ta­tion instructor talks about the trans­for­ma­tive power of Buddhism and why happi­ness is a train­able skill. Dr. Philippe Goldin, a psychol­o­gist who heads the Clin­i­cally Applied Affec­tive Neuro­science Group at Stan­ford Univer­sity, runs a National Insti­tutes of Health-funded lab that studies adults with social anxiety disorder, and offers training in mind­ful­ness medi­ta­tion. · Go to The marriage of science and medi­ta­tion →