Year 1137 was a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar. The Ethiopian Empire is established under the Zagwe Dynasty. In the first commercial treaty between the Almohads and a Christian power, Genoa obtains trading rights in the ports of North Africa. In Song dynasty China, a fire breaks out in the new capital of Hangzhou. March – Stephen of England fails in his attempt to recapture the Duchy of Normandy from Empress Matilda of England. April 9 – Eleanor of Aquitaine becomes Duchess of Aquitaine on the death of her father, William X. June 3 – A fire damages Rochester Cathedral in England, but it is soon rebuilt. June 4 – A fire destroys much of the city of York in England, including 39 churches and York Minster (cathedral}, but the latter is soon rebuilt. June 27 – A fire damages the city of Bath in England. July 25 – Louis VII of France marries Eleanor of Aquitaine, daughter of William X, in Bordeaux Cathedral. August 1 – Louis succeeds as King of France on the death of his father.
A fleet of thirty-seven Almoravid ships attacks the coasts of southern Italy, under Norman rule. Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria Amalric I of Jerusalem Agnes of Poland, Grand Princess consort of Kiev Walter Map, Welsh historian March 8 – Adela of Normandy, countess consort and regent of Blois April 9 – William X, Duke of Aquitaine June 23 – Archbishop Adalbert of Mainz August 1 – King Louis VI of France September 18 – Eric II of Denmark October 30 – Sergius VII, Duke of Naples December 3 or 4 – Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor date unknown Ramanuja, Indian philosopher Pons, Count of Tripoli Antipope Gregory VIII Gruffudd ap Cynan, King of Gwynedd probable – Nikephoros Bryennios the Younger, Byzantine soldier
Dinamo Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bucharest, Romania. It is used for football matches and is the home ground of Dinamo București; the stadium was built in 1952. In 2001, floodlights were added, in 2006 a major renovation of the stadium began, enlarging the VIP section, raising the capacity of the Tribune 2 stand. However, due to lack of funding the renovation has still not been completed. There are now plans to build a new arena, but administrative problems make progress slow-going. New seats and a new scoreboard were added. Many important matches were held here including Dinamo-Bayer Leverkusen; the following national team matches were held in the stadium: List of football stadiums in Romania
Tony Toneatto is the director of the Buddhism and Mental Health undergraduate program at the University of Toronto. This program offers a number of courses exploring Buddhism, psychotherapy, mindfulness meditation, applied Buddhism, research methods in Buddhist research and cognitive science, he is cross-appointed to the Applied Psychology and Human Development Program at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. He is founding faculty of the Buddhist Meditation and Mental Health Counselling diploma program at Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto. Toneatto is the president of Nalanda College of Buddhist Studies, he is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Psychology. This program is designed to integrate wisdom of Buddhist spirituality into professional and personal practice. Toneatto has published in the areas of substance and behavioral addictions pathological gambling, mindfulness meditation, he is a registered clinical psychologist and is completing training in psychoanalysis at the Toronto Institute for Psychoanalysis.
He is consistently rated as one of the best lecturers at the University of Toronto with over 90% of students willing to retake his courses in the ASSU Anti-calendar student survey. Toneatto was raised in St. Catharines, Ontario. Toneatto completed his Bachelor of Science in 1980 in psychology at McMaster University and received his Ph. D. in clinical psychology from McGill University in 1987. Between 1987 and 2010 he was a research scientist at the Centre for Mental Health, he has published over book chapters since then. He resides in Toronto with his family. Toneatto is Director of the Centre for Buddhism & Psychology within New College at the University of Toronto; the Centre for Buddhism and Psychology is intended to serve as a resource for those interested in the burgeoning academic interest in this area of inquiry. In recent years, there has been a sustained interest on the part of academics, scholars and students in the merits of investigating the mutual contributions of western psychological science and Buddhist psychology.
This has been most evident in the widespread public interest in mindfulness meditation as an intervention for a wide array of medical and emotional disorders. Activities include a yearly undergraduate conference called Mind Matters, student journal, academic conferences and workshops. Mindfulness Centre for Buddhism and Psychology homepage