In recent years, the Tibetan Buddhism gained a worldwide attention because of its systematic representation of the theory of consciousness, which is the main research area of the philosophy of mind and neuroscience. Many researchers understand that Tibetan Buddhism is certainly a potential source of inspiration for artworks. Most importantly, many researchers wish to reveal the creativity of human beings by studying the human consciousness. There are two aspects of the Tibetan Buddhism, namely the sutra and the practice. For this reason, some researchers attempt to read the sutra and to practice the Tibetan meditation. In this article, some preliminary knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism and a case study were presented. The praxis of the creativity mining in Tibetan Buddhism and a proposal of bridging such praxis from the theory would be presented. [Go to the full record in the library's catalogue]
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