Alan Wallace

Dr Wallace has a worldwide reputation as a meditation guide, as an erudite scholar and translator of ancient Buddhist texts, and as a prolific author on the relationship between ancient mind-sciences and the findings of modern research.

Through Imagine Clarity, Alan guides you through the same set of mind training practices as those he offered at the University of California, Davis, Center for Mind & Brain. This study on the physiological and psychological effects of meditation and mindfulness, the most comprehensive of its kind, is described by lead researcher Dr Clifford Saron as “a remarkable scientific odyssey that is changing our understanding, not only of how specific practices may affect human cognition, emotion and brain function, but also how we view the relationship between mental function and health.”

Bruce Alan Wallace (born 1950) is an American author and expert on Tibetan Buddhism. His books discuss Eastern and Western scientific, philosophical, and contemplative modes of inquiry, often focusing on the relationships he sees between science and Buddhism. He is founder of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies.

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“Indispensable for anyone wanting to understand the mind. A superb, clear set of exercises that will benefit everyone.”

–Paul Ekman, Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco

How do we want to live?

In a complex world where technology takes an ever-expanding place it is vital to refine our inner perspective and get in touch with the core of our humanity. Imagine Clarity’s unique online courses can bring about an inner revolution which is profound and peaceful and affects the quality of every moment of our experience.

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