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Best Ahimsa podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Ahimsa podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Jain Stories, Songs, Readings, and Discussions
 
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869 – 1948) was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement. He was the pioneer of satyagraha—resistance to tyranny through mass civil disobedience, a philosophy firmly founded upon ahimsa or total nonviolence—which led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. Gandhi is commonly known around the world as Mahatma Gandhi and in India also as Bapu. He is officially ...
 
Vegcast, the Vegan Podcast
 
This podcast is here to explore the multifaceted ways in which we are humans in the 2019 world we live in. Blaise is a certified personal trainer, yoga instructor, and mind body enthusiast who aims to live life with intention and positivity. That doesn't mean she doesn't face challenges though, too! Let's explore the highs and lows together. Tune in, level up and take ownership of your LIFE!
 
Sometimes the hardest part of slowing down is giving yourself permission to pause. To listen, to do less, to allow for more space, to take care of yourself and, in turn, come back better & stronger. To embrace the peace in the pause. I developed this podcast to offer you the opportunity to pause. I’ll share weekly episodes that invite you to enjoy different types of meditation and breathing practices. I’ll also share short sessions of mindful movement you can do in a chair or at your desk to ...
 
Two bespectacled U2 fans review all of the band's output, beginning with their studio albums: Boy, October, War, The Unforgettable Fire, The Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby!, Zooropa, Pop, All That You Can't Leave Behind, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, No Line On The Horizon, Songs Of Innocence and eventually Songs of Experience.Join us on our musical journey from innocence to experience. We advise listening along with the albums as we review them. Please rate and review on iTunes, let us know w ...
 
Podcast by Cat Mead
 
Find a way to make life more calm and enjoyable through creative tips, yoga, and self inquiry. The structure within, radiates true and joyful expression out into your life.
 
Medicine Unboxed aims to inspire debate and medicine and to inform its culture. Medicine Unboxed is for the public, for health professionals and for all of us who will be patients one day. Despite scientific advances, medicine faces moral, political and social challenges that require the pursuit of meaning as much as knowledge. The arts and other disciplines can help to illuminate the central questions and to foster awe, empathy and humility.Our annual events - Unboxed (2009), Stories (2010) ...
 
A podcast exploring aspects of Yoga and Everyday Life
 
Self-Realization in the Tradition of the Himalayan masters as on www.SwamiJ.com. The goal of sadhana or practices is the highest Joy that comes from the Realization in direct experience of the center of consciousness, the Self, the Atman or Purusha, which is one and the same with the Absolute Reality. This Self-Realization comes through Yoga Meditation of the Yoga Sutras, the contemplative insight of Advaita Vedanta, and the intense devotion of Samaya Sri Vidya Tantra. The methods are thorou ...
 
Sant Mat Radio -- Sant Mat Fellowship -- Radio Satsangs."Sant Mat" means: "The Way of the Saints" or "Path of the Masters". The term "Sant Mat" was coined by Param Sant Tulsi Sahib of Hathras, during the 19th Century, but the Sant tradition, with its many guru-lineages or branches, is a spiritual movement that dates back many centuries to ancient India. Sant Tulsi Sahib was of the opinion that the Sant movement dates back to the time of Krishna thousands of years ago, that Krishna knew of Sa ...
 
Welcome to Embodied Living Yoga, with Shannon Elliott. Shannon is a yoga instructor and owner of Onyx Yoga Studio. Her gift to others is to pass on the teachings from those who have done the same for her. Enjoy the briefer dharma talks from live yoga classes and the longer podcasts on topics ranging from breath, to the ancient texts, to Ayurveda, and many things in between. She has the ability to make students feel as if she is speaking directly to them, take a listen! These discussions are ...
 
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Tyler and Jonny catch up to briefly mull over the release of 'Ahimsa' and Tyler's trip to Seoul.By RevU2
 
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years can be festive & fun and can also feel like a gauntlet. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed this and the other December podcast episodes are for you. I created this "Ease Through the Holidays" series to share tips for breathing, movement, and mindfulness in 5 min or less. The tools are simple and can be …
 
Richard Holloway was Bishop of Edinburgh and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church. He is the award-winning author of On Forgiveness, Looking in the Distance, Godless Morality, Doubts and Loves, Between the Monster and the Saint and Leaving Alexandria. In this episode of Medicine Unboxed VOICES, Richard speaks with Sam Guglani about ageing, his d…
 
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years can be festive & fun and can also feel like a gauntlet. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed this and the other December podcast episodes are for you. I created this "Ease Through the Holidays" series to share tips for breathing, movement, and mindfulness in 5 min or less. The tools are simple and can be …
 
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years can be festive & fun and can also feel like a gauntlet. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed this and the other December podcast episodes are for you. I created this "Ease Through the Holidays" series to share tips for breathing, movement, and mindfulness in 5 min or less. The tools are simple and can be …
 
Per the dope-af request of a Wholehearted Glow Podcast listener, Blaise covers the topic of grace. What does it even mean? How can we bring this idea into our daily life and interactions with others? How can we give ourselves enough grace to know that we are ENOUGH as we are? Listen to find out, you magical unicorn.…
 
Join Blaise as she describes her experience in Guatemala, where she was able to heal her depression through a variety of perspective-shifting experiences. You too can break through walls of sadness, pain, and suffering. You too can reach the summits in your life. There is peace on the other side.By Blaise Collett
 
Sarah Perry is the award-winning author of three novels—After Me Comes the Flood, The Essex Serpent and Melmoth. Her work interrogates matters of faith, science and human suffering, and she is an extraordinary storyteller. In this episode of Medicine Unboxed VOICES, Sarah speaks with Sam Guglani about her own encounter with illness and medicine, th…
 
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years can be festive & fun and can also feel like a gauntlet. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed this and the other December podcast episodes are for you. I created this "Ease Through the Holidays" series to share tips for breathing, movement, and mindfulness in 5 min or less. The tools are simple and can be …
 
The time between Thanksgiving and New Years can be festive & fun and can also feel like a gauntlet. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed this and the other December podcast episodes are for you. I created this "Ease Through the Holidays" series to share tips for breathing, movement, and mindfulness in 5 min or less. The tools are simple and can be …
 
Healing is an internal journey, but what are we looking to accomplish, how do we do it, and what's the role of the yoga practice in assisting? I use a definition from David Elliott to begin the conversation: "Healing is a journey back to our natural state of balance and harmony that is called Love." It for sure starts with beginning to contemplate …
 
I recently learned about Saint Thecla. She is talked about in "The Acts of Paul and Thecla." This is a story of a woman who is whole, courageous, badass, and mostly a being that chooses and exudes love. This is a human story of reaching our own potential because we have the courage to go inside- merging the soul and the human body through the heart…
 
Danny Dorling is a social geographer and is the Halford Mackinder Professorship in Geography in Oxford. He has studied and published extensively on issues concerning housing, health, employment, education and poverty. His collaborative work on the Worldmapper project has resulted in collection of world maps or ‘cartograms’, where territories are re…
 
One of the greatest gifts we have and one of the things we can most often forget- is our humanness. What does it mean to be an evolved human being? What is the value in paradox, obstacles, saying thank you with whatever you are being presented with? How do we deal when we participate in self-destructive behaviors and dark energy exchanges? And most…
 
For many of us, self-care and cleansing can come with deprivation, overindulgence, and just straight-up aggression. If you are interested in cleansing, nourishing, and possibly re-defining this practice take a listen. It will not only change the energy you put out and what you look like to others, but it will also connect you to your soul soooo dee…
 
Jonny and Tyler return for another excitingly ill-informed season of TUML (Then U Might Like). This time we're diving into the most requested of U2's contemporaries, Simple Minds, and their cinematic, bassline-infused and all-round dazzler: New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84).By RevU2
 
Purnatva is a word that simply lights me up. Purnatva means you have everything you need and everything you need you have. It is whole and perfect, and is your Truth. This conversation comes with what perfection is, how it may benefit us to redefine it, and what it means to live life fully alive. I have a deep and continually growing relationship w…
 
In episode 50, after almost a year break, I simply uploaded a recording after coming out of a deep breathwork meditation. I figured as I make my entry back into the podcast world I could talk vulnerability or I could simply be vulnerable. So there you have it. I reference two people, Tiffany Curren and David Elliott- as this happened to be the spec…
 
Professor Gandhi looks at the growing willingness in India and elsewhere to let sentiments such as supremacy, dislike and revenge replace the goals that persons like Mahatma Gandhi and Dr Martin Luther King, Jr., championed, including equality, friendship and mutual respect among diverse communities within a nation and among nations. And he asks wh…
 
Today Blaise speaks on the one main story you are telling yourself that is keeping YOU from your potential. In hearing this simple sentence over the years, Blaise has learned that sometimes a leap of faith or a shot in the dark at your dream can be the worthwhile push that will move you towards where you want to go, and who you want to be. Are you …
 
Join Blaise this week as you and her sit down to discuss the thrills and boring aspects of “adulting”, skincare routines, and the current state of Mother Earth. For today’s main discussion, Blaise speaks on the philosophy of being more than just the roles we play in our lives You may be wondering if we aren’t the roles we play, who are we? Tune in …
 
This week's Guided Seat shares the term "Satya" which can be translated to truthfulness. A Mantra Meditation using "Sat nam", meaning “My name is truth” is a simple way to practice Satya. Take time to hold space for yourself and connect to your truth. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on peaceinthepause.com …
 
Inspired by a teacher training, this week's Guided Seat shares the term "ahimsa" which can be translated to non-violence or compassion. If you find that offering others compassion is easier than offering it to yourself you are in good company. Take time to hold space for yourself and explore a simple visualization that offers compassion to you. Let…
 
In this episode, Blaise speaks on her own experience with Saturn Return, managing the challenges of work “burn out” and other recent life updates as Summer continues to burn brightly in Miami. Today’s main discussion is on the concept of veganism and how Blaise has walked the vegan path several times before unsuccessfully. Through one simple intent…
 
Tyler and Jonny take on another of U2's enduring influences with The Clash's raucous and vital self-titled debut.By RevU2
 
Join me this week for a guided visualization and meditation that offers you the opportunity to lift the weight of all the roles you play and encourages you to just be. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on peaceinthepause.com - Pop over to Facebook to say hello.…
 
With apologies that Jonny says Tommy Ramone (i.e. Thomas Erdelyi) was Bulgarian-American when he actually Hungarian-American.By RevU2
 
Join Blaise as she speaks on her most recent journeys through Summer in Miami. Setting intentions for July, reflecting on what has transpired over the past several months and how her life has shifted simply by taking extreme ownership of one big goal: Triathlon Racing.By Blaise Collett
 
Join me for a guided visualization and meditation that helps you manage life when it gets turned upside down. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on tulapranayoga.com - Pop over to Facebook to say hello.By Gretchen Schutte
 
Jonny and Tyler play with madness as they consider Iron Maiden's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son album. Can Tyler decipher the story hidden deep within this concept album? Can Jonny be converted into a metal head or even an Ed Head? All this and the usual amount of bickering and truly terrible impressions guaranteed in Episode 4 of RevU2's TUML.…
 
Join Blaise after a long hiatus as she speaks on overcoming one of the biggest challenges in her adult life: feeling like a failure as a result of a traumatic experience. Catch the feeling of being vulnerable about the hardships you face as Blaise shares her story about the passing of a dear friend. Listen in to see how it affected her, how it chan…
 
Then U Might Like continues with a trip to 1987 as REVU2 discuss Australia's INXS and their seminal sixth album KICK.By RevU2
 
Jonny and Tyler are back with another musical journey. Diving deep into bands and albums that were influential to, influenced by or a contemporary of U2. Episode 2 see's REVU2 take on Scottish band Travis with their third album 'The Invisible Band.'By RevU2
 
Join me to pause for a guided visualization & meditation. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on tulapranayoga.com - Pop over to Facebook to say hello.By Gretchen Schutte
 
Jonny and Tyler are back with another musical journey. Diving deep into bands and albums that were influential, influenced by or a contemporary of U2. First up is Coldpay's debut album Parachutes.By RevU2
 
Join me this week for a Guided Seat opened with words from a mentor and a reminder to practice with compassion as we remember who we really are. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on tulapranayoga.com - Pop over to Facebook to say hello.By Gretchen Schutte
 
Join me for a short share about the universe reminding me about a lesson and to take time to pause, breath, and be. Let's stay connected: - Listen & subscribe on iTunes. - Check the blog out on tulapranayoga.com - Pop over to Facebook to say hello.By Gretchen Schutte
 
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