Best Buddhism podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Secular Buddhism
Monthly+
 
A podcast for secular-minded people who are interested in learning about Buddhist philosophy.
 
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Buddhism Guide
Monthly
 
Karma Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Monk in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Originally from England, he now lives in Northern India. Yeshe spent several years in a monastery in the foothills of the Himalayas teaching young monks basic Buddhist philosophy and meditation. He now offers teachings freely to all in a manner that is unpretentious and clear. He does not demand students to blindly accept what he says, but instead invites them to examine their own minds and experiences to discov ...
 
21st Century Buddhism, The IDP Podcast, features weekly lectures and discussions by IDP Teachers, Interviews with well known authors and personalities and artful explorations of Buddhist teachings in the form of sound collages, and spoken word pieces. Recent Guest Lectures have included Reverend Billy, Simran Sethi, Sharon Salzberg, Brad Warner, Susan Piver, Sera Beak, David Nichtern, Arawana Hayashi, Daniel Goleman, Eric Spiegel, Dr. Miles Neale, Elizabeth Reid, Gina Sharpe, Chas DiCapua, C ...
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast explores the world of contemporary Western Buddhism mixing in banter with analysis, no holds barred discussion, and guest interviews. We shun Ted style talks in favour of in-depth discussion and interviews that have room to breathe. The podcast is run in conjunction with the Post-Traditional Buddhism site which features articles and essays on contemporary Western Buddhism, as well as show notes for each episode. Follow the link to find out more: http://posttradit ...
 
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Early Buddhism
Weekly+
 
Audio Dhamma
 
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Daily Buddhism
Rare
 
Plain English Guide to Buddhism
 
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Intro to Buddhism
Monthly
 
Venerable Phuntsok's teachings in the series Intro to Buddhism
 
The Gyalwang Karmapa is the head of the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism and a guide to millions of buddhists around the world. This podcast is dedicated to bringing you selected teachings and talks on buddhist philosophy, meditation, the environment, happiness and much more. Subscribe in iTunes to be notified of new releases.
 
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Buddhism on Air
Weekly
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
This is a podcast explaining various Buddhist teachings and topics. It is designed for people of all religious backgrounds to understand and enjoy while maintaining the core lessons of Buddhism. It was started as a source for understanding some of the more complex and often misunderstood Buddhist teachings in a quick, easy, and entertaining way.
 
Center for Tibetan Buddhism
 
21st Century Buddhism, The IDP Podcast, features weekly lectures and discussions by IDP Teachers, Interviews with well known authors and personalities and artful explorations of Buddhist teachings in the form of sound collages, and spoken word pieces. Recent Guest Lectures have included Reverend Billy, Simran Sethi, Sharon Salzberg, Brad Warner, Susan Piver, Sera Beak, David Nichtern, Arawana Hayashi, Daniel Goleman, Eric Spiegel, Dr. Miles Neale, Elizabeth Reid, Gina Sharpe, Chas DiCapua, C ...
 
Born in Denmark, Lama Ole is one of the best-known Western Buddhist teachers. In 1969, he and his late wife Hannah met their teacher, the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, historically the first incarnate lama of Tibet. His Holiness asked them to teach, establish meditation centers and ensure that Buddha's teachings remain alive and relevant to the intelligent and critical-minded lay people of the West. Lama Ole Nydahl directs over 570 Diamond Way Buddhist centers across the globe from Siberia to New York.
 
Blue Collar Buddhism will break down Buddhist topics into more digestible, easy to understand concepts.
 
Buddhism and Buddhists in China is an anthropological text describing Buddhism as practiced in China at the beginning of the 20th Century. Interestingly, it also compares and contrasts Buddhism with Christianity with respect to or in response to missionary work.
 
Duda is a Buddhist coach, speaker, writer and entrepreneur. With her coaching service Kick Ass Muse, providing online courses, dedicated Facebook groups and a YouTube TV channel, Duda teaches people Modern Buddhism globally. She believes Buddhism to be the cure for overcoming painful emotions, learning new perspectives on life and gaining wisdom for long-lasting happiness.With a no-nonsense communication style, she believes that the attainment of wisdom is the core of personal development. W ...
 
Center for Tibetan Buddhism
 
The official podcast of the Buddhist Church of Parlier. http://www.bcparlier.org/
 
We are here to share Won Buddhism dharma talks. Won Buddhism makes Buddha’s teaching relevant and suitable to contemporary society.
 
n these turbulent times it is important to understand how effective social action and the Buddhist practices of wise speech, embodied awareness and right action complement one another. Virtuous conduct, sīla, depends upon a Buddhist practitioner's ability to comprehend and enact right view: impermanence, not-self and the causes of suffering and non-suffering. This talk clarifies how to hold the precepts while boldly, fearlessly engaging in social action.
 
The Aro gTer is a lineage within the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, which emphasizes the perspective of Atiyoga, or Dzogchen. For more information on the Aro gTer and its lineage holders, Ngak'chang Rinpoche (Ngakpa Chogyam) and Khandro Dechen, go to www.arobuddhism.org
 
Wendy Shinyo Haylett, a Buddhist teacher, lay minister, career and mindfulness coach shares the "tips and tricks" found in Buddhist teachings to make your professional and personal life better ... everyday!
 
A look into Buddhism, from the perspective of a non Buddhist.
 
This is a podcast explaining various Buddhist teachings and topics. It is designed for people of all religious backgrounds to understand and enjoy while maintaining the core lessons of Buddhism. It was started as a source for understanding some of the more complex and often misunderstood Buddhist teachings in a quick, easy, and entertaining way.
 
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Buddhism on Air
Weekly
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.This is a weekly show broadcast on Free FM, an access radio station proudly supported by NZ on Air.
 
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 ...
 
Buddhism and Buddhists in China is an anthropological text describing Buddhism as practiced in China at the beginning of the 20th Century. Interestingly, it also compares and contrasts Buddhism with Christianity with respect to or in response to missionary work. (Summary by Scott)
 
We offer training and practice in various Buddhist meditation techniques as well as community celebrations such as weddings, funerals, celebrations of new children, etc. to all people in Central Ohio. We have a special mission to the LGBTQ community.
 
This series includes talks about the 12 Steps and Buddhism. Many of the talks are by Judith Ragir, a Zen teacher from Minnesota who studied with Dainin Katagiri Roshi for many years and who has been in recovery for over 40 years. Other talks are from individuals who participated in, or who co-led, retreats on the 12 Steps and Buddhism that Judith organized. For more info, visit www.judithragir.org.
 
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The tale of many tales is the story we have about ourselves and the story we try to ensure that others have of us too. What are some of the stories you have about yourself? How attached are you to these stories? Does that attachment cause any self-inflicted suffering to arise?
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
This week, you lucky listeners get two episodes for the price of one! Unusually for the podcast, we recorded two episodes back-to-back in just two days and for this reason they are kin, intimately connected, and shall go forth into the world as such. Each one shares the same intro, but don’t panic, it’s relatively short. Both conversations were ...…
 
This week, you lucky listeners get two episodes for the price of one! Unusually for the podcast, we recorded two episodes back-to-back in just two days and for this reason they are kin, intimately connected, and shall go forth into the world as such. Each one shares the same intro, but don’t panic, it’s relatively short. Both conversations were ...…
 
Join me as I explore the very earthly foundations of Buddhism itself, as we turn the light of Dharma towards ecology. Siddhartha Gautama asked the Earth to confirm his enlightenment, his Buddhahood. He did not ask for help from heavenly beings. He asked the Earth. In an episode celebrating "Earth Care Week", we'll reflect on climate change and ...…
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
Dharma Talk by Rev. Grace Song@ Won Dharma Center, June/26/2016 wondharmacenter.org/Grace Song, Assistant Professor Ph.D. in Won Buddhist Studies at Won Kwang University M.A. in Oriental Philosophy at Seoul National University M.WBS in Won Buddhist Studies at Won Institute of Graduate Studies https://www.woninstitute.edu/…
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
Anatta, the concept of "not self", describes the idea that individual beings are not ridged and fixed, but ever changing and shaped by their relationships with others and to the world around them. This dharma talk explains the concept of anatta and the included discussion explores how ideas of not-self apply to contemporary issues in society. T ...…
 
Episode 10: This Q&A was so good we had to include it in the series. One theme in Anne and Harvey’s answers is the role of blessings in practice.
 
Episode 10: This Q&A was so good we had to include it in the series. One theme in Anne and Harvey’s answers is the role of blessings in practice.
 
In the first "Ask Me Anything" Episode, I respond to a listener's question about Buddhist insight into protesting. I circle around this question by sharing thoughts I had from my own life and two Dharma talks I gave in January and July of 2017. Instead of focusing what we're protesting and why, I talk more about what was in my mind and how it m ...…
 
I personally feel rebirth is one of the most unclear aspects of Buddhism. So, here I will try to explain it from my personal point of view. Of course, others will disagree, and they will have to fight their own corner. This is how I see it.
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
Our second podcast episode for the week is for Incite Seminars with regular guest Glenn Wallis. As per usual, our conversation takes many interesting and creative turns, and is longer than the usual Incite seminar podcasts. We discuss the topics of Unlearning, education versus learning, and introducing radical ideas into Dharma halls, as well a ...…
 
Dharma talk by Rev. Hhunoh Kim Sept/02/2012 @ Won Dharma Center The purport of the practice of meditation is to fully recover the human nature and actualize thehttp://boston.wonbuddhism.org/
 
Life is not fair, it's true! But is that really a problem? In this podcast episode, I will discuss the monkey reward experiment where one monkey was given cucumbers and another was given grapes and the result of that decision. I will also discuss the idea of sitting with discomfort. If you can sit with discomfort, you can do anything……
 
The concept of Dependent Origination - that all things are the result of causes and that all our actions bring about future results/consequences - could truly be considered the heart of the Dharma. This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on September 16, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http:/ ...…
 
This week regular listeners to the podcast will be fortunate enough to get two episodes in a single week. The first will be with Charles S. Prebish, a figure well known in Buddhist studies. Charles has written classic volumes in Buddhist studies such as Luminous Passage: the practice and study of Buddhism in America and masses of articles. He w ...…
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on April 08, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSanghaColumbus/
 
This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on April 01, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSanghaColumbus/
 
Novice Joe shares his experience with prayer. He has much experience with prayer through his work as a hospital chaplain. Despite this, he felt it took him a long time to truly understand prayer so that he could pray in a manner that he felt was authentic and had a genuine feeling. Here he shares his perspective in the hope it is helpful to you ...…
 
Member's sharing by Cliff Wallshein (Won Bup Shin)@ Won Buddhism of Manhattan, Sept/09/2018wonbuddhismnyc.org
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
Episode 9: In this teaching, Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje addresses two major schools of thought regarding buddha nature. One holds that buddha nature is like a seed that needs to sprout and grow, while the other (which underpins Nyingma tantra and Dzogchen) holds that our buddha nature is fully developed, and we just need to uncover it th ...…
 
Episode 9: In this teaching, Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje addresses two major schools of thought regarding buddha nature. One holds that buddha nature is like a seed that needs to sprout and grow, while the other (which underpins Nyingma tantra and Dzogchen) holds that our buddha nature is fully developed, and we just need to uncover it th ...…
 
Dharma Talk by Rev. Dosung Yoo@ Won Dharma Center, March/25/2018 http://wondharmacenter.org/
 
In a reality that is continually changing, our views are limited in space and time. The result is that we are essentially the blind leading the blind. In this episode, I will discuss the teaching of the blind men and the elephant and share 5 tips for people who are in mixed-belief relationships (we all are).…
 
In this podcast, we'll look at the sixth part of The Eightfold Path and the first step into the area of meditation: Right Effort. Is your energy, your efforts, positive contributors to making you more content ... and making the people around you more content? If not, maybe you need to bring attention to and tweak your habits a little bit. We'll ...…
 
What is dissatisfaction? Why do we feel it and how can we overcome it? This talk presents the Pragmatic Buddhist perspective. This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on September 2, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSa ...…
 
Buddhism on Air, hosted by Tenzin Chosang, discusses Buddhism and Buddhist beliefs.
 
This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on March 25, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSanghaColumbus/
 
Episode 8: Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje leads this special meditation in which we imagine Guru Rinpoche or an orb of loving blessings in front of us, suffusing us with positive qualities, and an internal figure suffusing us from within. We can imagine our self/other duality relaxing as we share these blessings with all beings.…
 
Episode 8: Harvey Aronson/Lama Namgyal Dorje leads this special meditation in which we imagine Guru Rinpoche or an orb of loving blessings in front of us, suffusing us with positive qualities, and an internal figure suffusing us from within. We can imagine our self/other duality relaxing as we share these blessings with all beings.…
 
This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on March 18, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSanghaColumbus/
 
Dharma talk by Rev. WonGong March/04/2018 @ Won Buddhism of North Carolinahttp://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/
 
This dharma talk took place at the Central Ohio Center for Pragmatic Buddhism on August 19, 2018. For more information, please visit us at http://www.cocpb.com/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RainbowSanghaColumbus/
 
John Paetsch joins us for a short chat about his upcoming seminar for Incite. We discuss Deleuze, philosophy, freedom and what you might expect from the event. I also add an extended introduction for listeners so that that they can contextualise the topic and understand better why we are promoting Incite.The event page: https://inciteseminars.c ...…
 
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