show episodes
 
BUDDHA BEATS is a monthly DJ mix show, hosted by Philadelphia-burbs-based DJ: The Engineer, head of Daibutsu Music. The show (affectionately called "The Temple") features dance music from around the globe, and around the Internet. Tracks from the top artist, bedroom producers, and new offerings by The Engineer himself. Get your sneakers/tennis shoes on, and prepare to enter The Temple!
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast has been addressing anti-intellectualism and ideological capture in western Buddhism and spirituality more broadly since its inception. It provides a space for dynamic conversations designed to bring out what is so often hidden and so often despised by critics and intellectuals engaging with contemporary forms of practice. Matthew O’Connell hosts the Imperfect Buddha podcast and writes at The Imperfect Buddha site. Email: imperfectbuddha@outlook.com. Twitter: @im ...
 
E
European Buddha

1
European Buddha

European Buddhist Union

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
The „European Buddha Podcast“ addresses all curious people who want to find out how the wisdom of buddhism is lived and practiced in the „West“. The podcast deals with core topics of Buddhism – based on direct experiences from different traditions and life stories. Diverse and close up, it is an introduction for everyone who is interested in spirituality, Buddhism and a good society. It was initiated by the European Buddhist Union (EBU) – an umbrella organization that is open to all Buddhist ...
 
A
AudioDharma

1
AudioDharma

www.audiodharma.org

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily
 
Dharma talks given by Gil Fronsdal and various guest speakers at the Insight Meditation Center. Each talk illuminates aspects of the Buddha's teachings. The purpose is the same that the Buddha had for his teachings, to guide us toward the end of suffering and the attainment of freedom. To learn more about the Insight Meditation Center, visit our website at https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/.
 
Welcome to Spread the Dharma podcast, covering Buddhism and Buddha Dharma, and all traditions, including Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana. Spread the Dharma is the mission of Buddha Weekly. Buddha Weekly began publishing in 2007. We hope you'll enjoy our in-depth Buddhist-topic podcasts, in several formats, including hosted episodes with our Editor Lee Kane, sometimes with guest teachers and authors. We also publish a series of podcast documentaries, such as our Hayagriva documentary (Vajra ...
 
Welcome to “Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha". A Podcast shared by David Roylance. This podcast is dedicated to guiding you to completely eliminate the discontent mind and the suffering it causes by attaining Enlightenment. Learn and practice the teachings of Gotama Buddha that will guide you to fully attain a peaceful, calm, serene, and content mind with joy. To support this Podcast visit BuddhaDailyWisdom.com/supportbuddha where you will discover a full range of courses, ret ...
 
Mindfulness Insight meditation (Satipatthana Vipassana) and Buddhist teachings/Dhamma Talks as taught through the Theravada Buddhism tradition. Sayar Myat gives Dhamma talks on teachings of the Buddha as well as instructions on Pure Vipassana meditation as prescribed by the Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw.
 
Welcome to the Buddha Bear podcast in this series we are going to share home cooking and baking recipes in the kitchen discussing daily topics, laughs, music and uplifting encouragement to help you guys challenge obstacles in your everyday life one day at a time. Are you ready to win ? Time to motivate Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raysil-hemingway/support
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/buddhababi/subscribe Covering topics that many shy away from discussing. We are here to help shed some light or at least a different perspective on the subject matter from both the male and female viewpoint! Leave a message so we can address your question! We are live EVERY Wednesday at 8pm eastern link in Bio!!! Don't forget to Subscribe, Follow, Share and Comment! We thank you in advance for your support!
 
Linda O'Neal, Buddhist and the founder of Good Thoughts NLP, simplifies Buddhism for those curious about the practice. She uses the teachings of Thích Nhất Hạnh, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, also known as the "father of mindfulness." Often featured in the podcast is her good friend and fellow healer, Nicole Lentfer. Nicole is an acupuncturist and uses holistic medicine to treat her patients. Together, they talk about how Buddhism can improve your mental health, as well as how to implement Bud ...
 
Happiness is undoubtedly the most desirable state of being we all strive to achieve. Thus, every human being is continuously engaged in one experiment after the other in their own ways to experience new ways to attain fulfilling happiness and increase its intensity for a longer-lasting effect. Therefore, one of life’s most rewarding endeavours has to be to spend time discovering, exploring and studying what the Buddha – the foremost authority on the mind, expounded on this topic. Join us on ...
 
Steven Subodha Nunez is a Dharma Teacher at the International Buddhist Meditation Center. He shares the Kammatthana Forest Tradition of Buddhism through the stories of the Buddha and his disciples and lessons from his own life and experiences, illustrating how the historical lessons of the Buddha are just as relevant today as they were 2,600 years ago.
 
Diggin' the Dharma with Jon Aaron and Doug Smith is a relaxed discussion of the Buddhist dharma between friends. Jon's interest centers around practice, while Doug's centers around scholarship of the early material, so their approaches balance practice with study. Their discussions will be approachable to a broad audience of Buddhists and those curious about Buddhism, and they welcome questions and comments. Jon is a teacher at Space2Meditate and NY Insight Meditation Center and a well known ...
 
Welcome to Bucovery. Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. as she uses a Buddhist approach to mental and physical well being. Tyler blends psychology and Buddhism to help achieve balance and puts an emphasis on a sense of purpose. The Buddha was referred to as “The Great Healer” and by letting go of attachments and having compassion for self and others, she believes can lead to optimal healing.
 
Start living Stronger, Longer, and Better! How? Easy! Train I Try New S#!t I Travel We all know what Stronger means; training hard, training smart. Living Longer? Pretty self explanatory. But what about Better? Well everyone differs on that, but for me, it's avoiding a life that's bland, boring, overly predictable, and reactive. So, let's chat; training, travel, adventure, experience, purpose, connection, intention, vision, dreams, and together design a life with no regrets! And I'm here you ...
 
Welcome to Buddha Belly Life. This isn’t just a podcast; it’s a space to really come ALIVE.I’m Coach Britt, board certified Health and Life Coach and founder of the Holistic Wellness Coaching Academy “Gut Health School” where we train top health coaches in cutting edge Gut Health and Mindset strategies and education. I am a two-time author and my first book “Buddha Belly; A Mind, Body, Soul approach to health starting with the Gut” has recently undergone republication as of 2021 and is the f ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
This is a recording from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Our Dhamma classes are streamed live via Zoom on Tuesday at 7:15 pm, Thursday at 2:15 pm, and Saturday at 8:30 am Eastern Us Time. Join Live Through your web browse: https://zoom.us/j/9083919079 Join Live Through your Android device here: Zoom Android App Join Live Th…
 
(Group Learning Program) - Guided Loving-kindness Meditation and Student Discussion Loving-kindness Meditation was the second most primary form of meditation employed by The Buddha to attain Enlightenment. There are many aspects of The Path to Enlightenment that one would need to learn and practice with guidance from a Teacher, however, Loving-kind…
 
time to motivate you guys we are back with the buddha bear himself and the family as we catch up on whats been happening and upcoming discussion for the new season --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/raysil-hemingway/messageSupport this pod…
 
Happiness is undoubtedly the most desirable state of being we all strive to achieve. Thus, every human being is continuously engaged in one experiment after the other in their own ways to experience new ways to attain fulfilling happiness and increase its intensity for a longer-lasting effect. Therefore, one of life’s most rewarding endeavours has …
 
The Dharma is not male or female, not straight or gay, not cis or trans, but it is definitely queer! We spoke with our guest Dr. Michael Vermeulen about Rainbow Sangha, the acronyms LGBTQI+ and about Rainbow Sangha and it´s importance for Buddhism. What is meant by identify? We think of ourselves often in specific categories but what is meant when …
 
The Think Pieces continue. This month, it is a look back at a piece on being Buddhist and identity. The text version can be found below. Themes picked up on in this episode include: Identity in an age of identity politics Playing identity politics, or not The discomfort of committing to the Buddhist identity True me versus contextual me The therape…
 
In this episode Robert A.F. Thurman shares his Thanksgiving message and gives a powerful teaching on how compassion for all beings can transform one's relationship to the mind, heart, the environment and all situations. Opening with a brief history of the original Thanksgiving festivals in Plymouth, this episode includes a deep dive into the nature…
 
The holidays are not typically the time you think about losing weight, BUT it is also a time when you do not have to gain weight. Studies show that many people gain weight throughout the 6 last weeks of the year, and that's the additional weight they carry into their future. Of course, the next step in this cycle is the old New Years Resolution to …
 
Robin was born and raised in the US with a very religious and schizophrenic mother as well as a violent and atheist father. At 14, Robin started volunteering with various non-profits organizations and traveling the world, two lifelong passions which led her to work with dozens of NGOs and travel nearly 100 countries. After spending several years in…
 
Why is suffering such an essential teaching in Buddhism? When I embarked on my spiritual path, I turned away from Buddhism. My mother was a Buddhist, but she didn't seem all that Buddhist to me. The concept of suffering and the serious nature of my Vietnamese culture did not fit my American identity. I've returned to Buddhism, and now I understand …
 
Buddhist teachers are universal in their enthusiasm for White Tara practice. Almost every teacher has real-life stories of people close to them who have been helped by White Tara, especially for health, long-life and auspiciousness. According to Venerable Lama Phuntsock: White Arya Tara, from among the 21 Taras, frees practitioners from untimely de…
 
With the upcoming election in the US we will look at politics and Buddhism. Should we allow our Buddhist ideals to influence our voting? What would the Buddha himself have said in the midst of so much partisanship and how do the teachings on "holding to fixed views" fit into our own political dialogues? Jon and Doug have an animated discussion on t…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login