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How to Be Happy

May 19, 2006

How to Be Happy
Matthieu Ricard was a geneticist at Institut Pasteur before becoming a Buddhist monk. He spoke at the New York State Psychiatric Institute about his new book, Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life's Most Important Skill, and about research published in PNAS in 2004 suggesting that meditation can induce long-term neural changes.