The second time at Harvard University, I participated in a dialogue on brain and meditation with some neuroscientists. In my speech, I expressed my view on the findings of neuroscience from a Buddhist perspective. Scientists have discovered that the mind can reshape the brain. Although this is very close to the Buddhist view, the current findings in science are analogous to seeing the water that moves when a fish swims near the, but not the fish itself—that is, only seeing some traces of the movement of consciousness.