Body-Mind-Relationship in Vajrayana Buddhism

Julia König

"There is a huge need for uncover more clarity about research in consciousness and compassion."

The research project

The research is about the roots of the body-mind-relationship in Tibetan Buddhism. This knowledge is compared to the present account of the Tibetan-Buddhist view of the body-mind-relationship. In addition current scientific findings about the body-mind-relationship are consulted for comparison from modern sciences like neuroscience.

Vita Julia König

  • since 10/2016: PhD student, religious studies, FSU Jena
  • 2006 - 2013:  study of philosophy, applied ethics, religious studies with final degree Magister Artium (Master of Arts), FSU Jena
  • 2005 - 2006: study of sociology, applied ethics, educational science, FSU Jena
  • 2008 - 2009: student assistant at chair in applied ethics and chair in religious studies, FSU Jena
  • 2002 - 2016: part-time job as DJ, music producer, vocalist
  • 2002 - 2011: community service at radio-okj - production, moderation and musical background of cultural and political radioshows and radiofeatures

Julia lives with her two dogs in Leipzig.

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