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buddhist podcasts from across the web

95 Intercultural Buddhism and Philosophy: A Discussion with Jin Y. Park

Welcome to the new season of the Imperfect Buddha Podcast. After a well-earned and challenging summer filled with drought, war, political strife and ridiculous heat, we’re back in the saddle and raring to go with some intellectual stimulation aimed at the practicing life. Four episodes are lined up with Buddhist scholars, philosophers and practitioners. First…

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Ayya Dhammadīpā: Abiding in Metta that Abounds

(Dassanāya Buddhist Community) guided meditation radiating metta loving kindnessRead More

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Ayya Dhammadīpā: Sensing the Breath

(Dassanāya Buddhist Community) guided meditation observing all of the parts of the breathRead More

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Not Enlightened, But Lighter with Yung Pueblo

It can be so tempting to be pessimistic about our present moment. But poet Diego Pérez believes that we live in an unprecedented time of global healing. Pérez publishes his poems using the pen name Yung Pueblo, or “young people,” because he believes that humanity as a whole is still young and has a lot…

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Ayya Dhammadīpā: Mind Beyond Body

(Dassanāya Buddhist Community) Metta as a powerful practice for the cultivation of wholesome kamma and mitigating the impacts of previous unwholesome deedsRead More

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Caroline Jones: Reflections on impermanence.

(Insight Meditation Society – Forest Refuge)Read More

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Pamela Weiss: Being Nature

(San Francisco Insight Meditation Community)Read More

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Nathan Glyde: Vibrant Tranquillity and Other Helpful Middle Ways

(Gaia House) Skilful and unskilful fabricationRead More

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Zohar Lavie: Appreciating the Uneventful & Opening to Possibilities

(Gaia House)Read More

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Guy Armstrong: Concentration

(Insight Meditation Society – Retreat Center) Concentration as a unification of mind brings stability of attention and is the foundation for liberating insight. Benefits of Samatha and vipassana. What blocks concentration and how to develop it in the retreat setting.Read More

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