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Best Buddhist Centre podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Buddhist Centre podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Talks given at the Manchester Buddhist Centre on Meditation and Buddhism
 
News, event coverage, mantras and rituals, Dharma conversations among diverse voices from the Triratna Buddhist Community around the world, keeping you up-to-date with the latest in our sangha.Check out our other podcasts!Buddhist Voices (https://audioboom.com/channel/buddhistvoices) | Free Buddhist Audio Talks (http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/free-buddhist-audio-community/id75081757) (iTunes) | FBA Dharmabytes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dharmabytes-from-free-buddhist/id416832097) ( ...
 
Talks given at the Manchester Buddhist Centre on Meditation and Buddhism
 
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Budcast
Monthly
 
A thriving centre of the Triratna Buddhist Community
 
Talks on Buddhism and meditation. Live recordings from the London Buddhist Centre exploring the Buddha’s teaching (Dharma) in a way that is relevant to contemporary life. (http://www.lbc.org.uk/)
 
Ethics | Meditation | Wisdom
 
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Buddhist Voices
Monthly
 
Contemporary voices, specially commissioned in-depth interviews and conversations from members of the Triratna Buddhist Community around the world, exploring the Buddha's teaching in modern times for modern lives!Check out our other podcasts!The Buddhist Centre Podcast (https://audioboom.com/channels/4929068) | Free Buddhist Audio Talks (http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/free-buddhist-audio-community/id75081757) (iTunes) | FBA Dharmabytes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dharmabytes-from-fr ...
 
Teishos and Dharma Talks from Auckland Zen Centre, Auckland, NZ, by Sensei Amala Wrightson, Richard von Sturmer and others. Visit www.aucklandzen.org.nz
 
Buddhist teachings on mindfulness and meditation given by Ajahn Kalyano, a senior monk of the Ajahn Chah Thai Forest Tradition and abbot of Buddha Bodhivana Monastery near Melbourne, Australia. For more information, visit www.buddhabodhivana.org
 
Dhamma Talks in English (audio)
 
Born in China in 1918, Venerable Master Shen Kai devoted his life to carrying out his compassionate vows of bringing us wisdom of the Buddha's teachings. He tirelessly travelled internationally answering requests for Dharma talks, wrote many books on Buddhist practice, and founded Jen Chen Buddhism centres, foundations and publishing houses in many countries. But the Venerable never sought fame or gain. He was a simple monk whose ways struck a powerful chord with people. He explained the pro ...
 
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Lama Dawa
Daily+
 
Recent dharma talks from Lama Dawa. Lama Dawa was born in 1969 in Tsum. His father was Dundrup Chima and mother named Yongzom.He had a strong desire to become a monk from an early age. At the age of 13, he entered Thrangu Tashi Choling Monastery and learned all Buddhist rituals. During that time, he received full ordination (gelong) from Thrangu Rinpoche. In 1986, he joined the Namo Buddha Monastic College and completed the five-year program and the Ngondro practice. Upon completing shedra s ...
 
Learning and Conferencing Centre
 
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Lama Sonam
Daily+
 
Recent dharma talks from Lama Sonam. Lama Sonam?was born in 1962 in Bhutan, He was a monk in Rumtek Monastry in Sikkim before entering Thrangu Tashi Choling in Nepal. He was a personal attendant of Thrangu Rinpoche in the Monastry for many years. He completed the three years retreat at the Namo Buddha Retreat Center and was a teacher of young monks at the Thrangu Tashi Choling. He studied English while staying at Oxford Thrangu House. He is now a Vajra Master of Hong Kong Thrangu Centre.
 
Spring 2012 shamatha retreat audio teachings with Alan Wallace. Live from the Thanyapura Mind Centre in Phuket, Thailand.
 
Dharma talks and guided meditations given six days per week during the Spring, 2011 eight-week Shamatha retreat at the Thanyapura Mind Centre in Phuket, Thailand, with B. Alan Wallace. Podcasts will be posted daily during the retreat.
 
Dharma talks and guided meditations given six days per week during the Fall, 2011 eight-week Shamatha retreat at the Thanyapura Mind Centre in Phuket, Thailand, with B. Alan Wallace. Podcasts will be posted daily during the retreat.
 
Alan Wallace Fall 2013 8-Week retreat on Shamatha and the Bodhisattva Way of Life, including teachings on the Seven-Point Mind-Training and A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life, by B. Alan Wallace at the Thanyapura Mind Centre in Phuket, Thailand, from September 2nd- October 28th, 2013
 
We are a vibrant and lively congregation of people of all backgrounds and ageswho worship together in a beautiful 19th century church on St. Stephens Green in the centre of Dublin city in Ireland. This podcast is a collection (updated weekly) of sermons from our weekly Sunday services. There are seperate podcasts for Moments of Reflection and the Children's Story. Search for Dublin Unitarian Church.
 
Welcome! On this site you’ll find downloadable podcasts from the Fall 2010 Shamatha Retreat led by B. Alan Wallace in Phuket, Thailand. Follow along with the retreat as Wallace gives daily meditation instructions to help one cultivate attention and awareness as well as the qualities of love, compassion, joy and equanimity. Read more about Alan Wallace’s extensive background in Tibetan Buddhism at http://www.alanwallace.org/index.htm. Check out the Phuket International Academy Mind Centre at ...
 
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Myanmar Musings
Monthly
 
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the interviewees/guests and do not necessarily accord with those of the host or the Myanmar Research Centre.Myanmar Musings is the world's leading podcast with researchers and thinkers on issues relating to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
 
Welcome! This is now an archive page for Dr. Alan Wallace’s teachings from the Spring 2010 Shamatha Retreat in the wonderful Phuket International Academy Mind Centre! This podcast feed was 100% created and updated by us (his students here in Phuket) so we can share Alan’s diamond-sharp teachings! This podcast was created live every day during the retreat in 2010. We will still maintain this site because the teachings are timeless. For more information, please contact the great people at info ...
 
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Donate Online Archives A talk at the Dharma Day celebrations at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 14th July 2019. Dayanandi contemplates the words of the Tiratana Vandana and the qualities of the Buddha that it evokes. She says: “I reflect on the words as they seem to bring out the reality of his Enlightened being for me; what it might be like to r ...…
 
This podcast features the Dharmachakra team - who bring you The Buddhist Centre Online website and platform, Free Buddhist Audio, podcasts like this one, event coverage, technical support and more besides! As part of an online practice week in August some of this team gathered to talk about the Dharma and how they practice it in the context of ...…
 
Donate Online Archives A talk at the Dharma Day celebrations at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 14th July 2019. Dayanandi contemplates the words of the Tiratana Vandana and the qualities of the Buddha that it evokes. She says: “I reflect on the words as they seem to bring out the reality of his Enlightened being for me; what it might be like to r ...…
 
Donate Online Archives A talk on a Women’s Gathering at Manchester Buddhist Centre in 2019. In this talk Samantabhadri shares personal reflections on her connection with, and practice of, the White Tara sadhana. She also reflects on the role of Sangharakshita in her life. The post White Tara appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.…
 
Donate Online Archives A talk on a Women’s Gathering at Manchester Buddhist Centre in 2019. In this talk Samantabhadri shares personal reflections on her connection with, and practice of, the White Tara sadhana. She also reflects on the role of Sangharakshita in her life. The post White Tara appeared first on Manchester Buddhist Centre.…
 
Dhammamegha describes her first-hand experience of the minority regime stoking fear in her native South Africa under apartheid, and Mandela's heroic humanising of contact between people of different ethnicities. Can you meet examples of people who change a situation by going out of their way to be kind? She goes into the Buddha's teaching on fe ...…
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
Ya transcurrieron un par de días desde que inició la Convención Panamericana. En el comedor se pueden oír conversaciones en inglés y en español, incluso hay quien sirve de traductor para aquel que lo necesita. En este espacio, donde flores y el canto de los pájaros enmarcan las actividades de la convención, tuvieron la oportunidad de reunirse u ...…
 
"When I went on those first Young Buddhist retreats I saw a future for Buddhism in my life.." "I don't think I've ever put my phone away for an entire weekend since I was about fifteen so coming away and doing that was incredible - I didn't realise the effect it'd had until I left..." Suzie from Manchester and Dharmasara from Berlin talk about ...…
 
Testament speaks to poet and theologian Hannah Stone about how walking inspired her pen-name, the connections between poetry and theology and how Hannah went from teaching theology to writing poetry. Hannah Stone has published three collections of poetry, and is also published in many journals and anthologies including the Beautiful Dragons pub ...…
 
Text used: The Hidden Lamp: Stories from Twenty-Five Centuries of Awakened Women, edited by Florence Caplow and Susan Moon
 
Text used: The Hidden Lamp: Stories from Twenty-Five Centuries of Awakened Women, edited by Florence Caplow and Susan Moon
 
Text used: The Hidden Lamp: Stories from Twenty-Five Centuries of Awakened Women, edited by Florence Caplow and Susan Moon
 
For today’s Christians in Education podcast Tim Hobbs spoke to Liz Mitchell about her experiences as a Christian in Education and the importance of teaching black history. Liz spoke about how she became a teacher, the importance of learning about black history and how she was inspired by her Aunt Constance Baker Motley (pictured), the first bla ...…
 
Karunagita offers a personal take on the traditional story of the Buddha’s ‘going forth’ from his home to seek enlightenment and explores what that might mean for us in 2019 London. Can you find moments when you go forth from habitual and seemingly easier ways of being to something that you can recognise as lighter, freer, perhaps even happier?…
 
For the 2019 Hook lecture, we were delighted to be joined by Canon Mark Oakley is Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge, who spoke on the topic of ‘Poets, Prophets & Protestors: The shape of things to come? Mark is an acclaimed speaker and writer on various issues including poetry, literature, spirituality and human rights. He is an Ambassador f ...…
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
In Buddhist Puja we ritually evoke the many qualities of the Enlightened mind. We use our imagination to open up to a higher vision of reality. In this talk Jnanavaca argues that engaging with devotion, worship and beauty will help us open up to those moments where we experience something 'more'... more than self, more than our usual view of th ...…
 
This Recording Discusses The Famous Conversation Held In India In Ancient Times Between The Greek King Milinda And The Buddhist Monk Nagasena In Which The Monk Answers A Series Of Difficult Questions Put To Him By The King About Buddhist Teachings. (Length: 24m.54s) (Level: Beginner/Intermediate) The post The Questions of King Milinda, Part 2 a ...…
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
Michelle - Being TransgenderBy Melbourne Buddhist Centre
 
Adventures in Simplicity FoodBy Melbourne Buddhist Centre
 
Our sense of separateness and fixedness keeps us small and limited; Jnanavaca explains how Buddhist practice aims for freedom from those constraints. Can you sense the great ocean of consciousness, or are you confined to one ripple on its surface?By Podcast from the North London Buddhist Centre
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
Keith TroughtonBy Keith Troughton
 
North London Buddhist Centre Budcast talk, September 2019. Love, metta in Buddhism, reflects the universal human need for real connection. Kusala, mitra convenor at the NLBC, shows how the psychoanalyst Erich Fromm and the Buddha see eye-to-eye on what real love entails. Both offer very helpful tips on how to cultivate it.…
 
A great conversation with the quietly brilliant Abhayadana about her Buddhist work and practice in India. Her name means 'Giver of Fearlessness' - and this is something she has dedicated her life to, helping support and free women in her community from the stigma of social caste and the violence that often goes with it. We hear about her person ...…
 
The 6th Triratna International Council is in full swing in England this week. Folk from around the world converging on beautiful rural Herefordshire to explore the work of making sure our community is united and available to all in the years ahead. We're joined by our friends from New Zealand and Australia for a check-in around their take on th ...…
 
Prajnamanas expertly navigates us around the twelve links of the wheel of life. Proving to us that this ancient Buddhist image of the wheel of life is still as relevant as ever. A life spent circling round and round the twelve links is indeed a life if agonising repetition. But what is there that we can do? How can we take a creative step and g ...…
 
Pamela McCarthyBy Pamela McCarthy
 
In May of this year, the Leeds Church Institute hosted an open day for those seeking refuge, covering refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. As part of the day, there were workshops for volunteers and activists, as well as those with lived experience of seeking refuge and a market place to meet and share about their work. We spoke to some of th ...…
 
The Lisu are one of the many cultural groups making up the nation-state we call Myanmar. But information on this group - over a million-people strong - is not widely known in the English language. Michele Zack has written a monograph on the Lisu titled "The Lisu: Far From the Ruler" and discusses Lisu politics and culture in this episode.…
 
In this podcast, we will cover Chapter 10 “Refuge” of the book titled “Bringing Wisdom to Life” authored by Anita Carter and Frank Carter, published by Tablo Publishing in 2018, Copyright held by Buddhist Discussion Centre Upwey Ltd. (Length 27:55mins - Level: Beginner) The post Bringing Wisdom to Life – Part 10 appeared first on Buddhist Templ ...…
 
In this podcast, we will cover Chapter 9 “Merit for the Path” of the book titled “Bringing Wisdom to Life” authored by Anita Carter and Frank Carter, published by Tablo Publishing in 2018, copyright held by Buddhist Discussion Centre Upwey Ltd. (Length 15:25mins - Level: Beginner) The post Bringing Wisdom to Life – Part 9 appeared first on Budd ...…
 
In this podcast, we will cover Chapter 8 “Overcoming Our Self Grasping Nature”of the book titled “Bringing Wisdom to Life” authored by Anita Carter and Frank Carter, published by Tablo Publishing in 2018, copyright held by Buddhist Discussion Centre Upwey Ltd. (Length 19:11 mins - Level: Beginner) The post Bringing Wisdom to Life – Part 8 appea ...…
 
In this podcast, we will cover Chapter 7 “Right Effort” of the book titled “Bringing Wisdom to Life” authored by Anita Carter and Frank Carter, published by Tablo Publishing in 2018, copyright held by Buddhist Discussion Centre Upwey Ltd. (Length: 20:16 mins – Level: Beginner) The post Bringing Wisdom to Life – Part 7 appeared first on Buddhist ...…
 
In this podcast, we will cover Chapter 6 “Letting Go” of the book titled “Bringing Wisdom to Life” authored by Anita Carter and Frank Carter, published by Tablo Publishing in 2018, copyright held by Buddhist Discussion Centre Upwey Ltd. (Length: 24:07 mins – Level: Beginner) The post Bringing Wisdom to Life – Part 6 appeared first on Buddhist T ...…
 
"...[the International Gathering is] quite intentionally like a mix of a retreat and a festival...but it's a whole retreat and a whole festival happening at the same time!" On the final full day of the 2019 Triratna International Gathering we tune in with Sanghamani, who gave one of the keynote talks, Sanjay from London and David, who is on the ...…
 
Rev. Bridget SpainBy Rev. Bridget Spain
 
Sadayasihi is reunited with Gina Plant Cabrita and Christine Thuring who all first met on the 2014 Triratna International Gathering. They recall that Gathering and how, for each of them, it marked a pivotal moment in their lives - and what they did afterwards. The conversation then turns to day 2 of the 2019 Triratna International Gathering and ...…
 
It's the first full day of the Triratna International Gathering and Adhisthana is basking in summer sunshine! In this short podcast we get a flavour of the 'Alchemy of the Dharma'. A couple of people share their highlights from the International Gathering so far - from the first talk by Ratnaguna on 'Transforming Self', a classic music concert ...…
 
Will O'ConnellBy Will O'Connell
 
Hastening our death: do we need to legalise assisted suicide, and why do so many people feel so strongly about this issue? Main text quoted: Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
 
Youth Meditation Retreat at Bahn BoonBy Ajahn Jayasaro
 
Youth Meditation Retreat at Bahn BoonBy Ajahn Jayasaro
 
Dassini talks to the International Order Convenors, Aryajaya and Lokeshvara, and Vimalamati and Vajrapriya from the International Order Office on day 2 of the UK & Ireland Area Order Convention at Wymondham, UK. The inspiration for this particular Convention has been to make the programme more retreat-like as well as also having forum spaces to ...…
 
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