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The subject in question was Buddhist monk Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, who was awarded

the quality of "the happiest man on Earth" in Time and National Geographic
magazines. Everyone wishes to have a life full of joy and satisfaction. Some
choose the way of science, others embrace religion and spiritual practice. But are
these two different approaches necessarily excluded each other? A recent study on
the effects of meditation on the brain found that when the subject began to
meditate, the neuronal activity in a certain area of his brain, supposedly related
to happiness, had intensified in an incredible proportion 700%! The subject in
question was Buddhist monk Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche,Everyone wishes to have a life
full of joy and satisfaction. Some choose the way of science, others embrace
religion and spiritual practice. But are these two different approaches necessarily
excluded each other? A recent study on the effects of meditation on the brain found
that when the subject began to meditate, the neuronal activity in a certain area of
his brain, supposedly related to happiness, had intensified in an incredible
proportion 700%!
In a global survey, people were asked what they wanted and all over the world they
said they would happily for them, their families and the community. Money is not
more important than happiness, love or health. But statisticians do not measure
them.