Simply put: Buddhism puts science experiments in our hands, or rather, in our minds. “You’re not just reading about what other scientists have done and, you know, confirmed and so forth like that, but you, yourself, are the experimenter. You experiment with your own mind,” said Kadam Morten Clausen, Resident Teacher at the Kadampa Meditation Center.
This experimentation allows us to discover the depths of our peace, love and kindness and a spiritual dimension that is empirically verifiable.
Source: Big Think