Best Pema Chodron podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Positive Messaging, Music, and Encouragement. Staying Positive and Promoting Faith During the Tough Times. Remember, God is in Control. Give Thanks! Daily Inspirational Quotes and a Weekly Message Directly from God. Our Mission is to help spread Positive messages to as many people as possible. We love God and people who are kind. If you will stay in faith, your dream will not only happen sooner than you think, it will be bigger than you imagine. We Love Spiritual Motivation, Inspiration, Fai ...
It’s time to get authentic - without the fluff. With The Art of Authenticity, Laura Coe - coach, author, entrepreneur, and philosophy lover - gets real people to get honest, get specific, and go deep about what it really means to live an authentic life and feel amazing, everyday. From figuring out step-by-step how to get the career and relationships that best reflect who you are, to understanding the intricacies of your own mental and physical health, The Art of Authenticity is a real-world ...
James Eke is an author and martial artist with over 38 years experience. Black belts in a number of systems and a certified instructor under legendary martial art Guro Dan Inosanto and a Jiu-Jitsu student under coral belt Master Jean Jacques Machado, Eke runs a successful school in Victoria, BC, Canada, The Eke Academy of Martial Arts. A former journalist and a combat arms Army Captain, Eke brings real-life lessons to his training and teaching. Eke is the author of Warrior's Way: A Guide To ...
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Leadership Keynote Speaker, Bestselling Author, Positive Psychology Researcher. Neil Pasricha helps people live happy lives. He is a top-rated leadership keynote speaker, New York Times bestselling author, and positive psychology researcher focused on the relationship between happiness and leadership in business. His work has been featured in h ...…
James Eke looks at a chapter from the brilliant book, Zen In The Martial Arts, on Joe Hyams meeting Bruce Lee. We look at the need to be open-minded in our training and life. We talk about the idea of using marijuana while doing Jiu-Jitsu and whether it is the best of plans or not.
In this episode of the Art of Authenticity, we are joined by Paul Jarvis, the author of the new book, Company of One. Paul has worked for himself and by himself for the last twenty years and is a strong believer that smaller businesses are the way of the future. His writing has been talked about by everyone from Ashton Kutcher to Arianna Huffin ...…
James Eke looks at Tibetan Buddhist monk and teacher Pema Chodron’s article Not Causing Harm. We also talk about how much you should train when you are first starting out.
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James Eke takes a look at an article attributed to Mitsuyo Maeda, the man who taught Jiu-Jitsu to a young Carlos Gracie (who himself would go on to found Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu). We also look at what more we can do to get more from our training.
James Eke looks at an article written in 1910 by one of the first western women to teach Jiu-Jitsu, Edith Garrud. Edith secretly taught women in the UK suffragette movement of the early 1900s Jiu-Jitsu from her Soho school. She also trained an elite 30-woman bodyguard whose job it was to protect the leaders of the women’s rights movement. We al ...…
James Eke takes a look at Samurai legend and woman warrior Tomoe Gozen and we talk about the importance of having more women in the martial arts not just in classes but in leadership roles. He also answers questions about children in the martial arts.
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James Eke takes a tackle of Jocko’s Good from the Jocko Podcast and the book Disciple Equals Freedom. We also look at frustration in our training and what to do about it.
James Eke looks at Dogen’s masterpiece as well as Zen Master Jiyu Kennett’s commentary on it. We extract from it what is important not just in Zen but in our martial arts training. We also come up with three important things to do for yourself off the mats.
James Eke looks at letters from the 1930s written by the first western female black belt during her two years of intense Judo training in pre-WW2 Japan. We also look take a hard look at what we should do when things get hard in life and training.
A read of Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen.
James Eke looks at Judo 10th degree red belt Sensei Keiko Fukuda, who until her 2013 death at age 99 was the last living student of Judo’s founder, Jigoro Kano. Fukuda Sensei was also the only woman ever awarded a 10th degree in Judo. We also look at who training in the martial arts can most benefit.…
James Eke looks at an article by Goju Karate master Chojun Miyagi, The Tao Of Karate. We talk about integrating our training together with our lives and the important aspect of understand how to apply techniques. Also, we answer a question on ‘if there is one style better than another.’
James Eke looks at the Essence of Ninjutsu, an article written by the 33rd Soke of Togakure Ninjutsu, Toshitsugu Takamatsu, perhaps the last true Ninja, writing on what he believed being a Ninja was really about. We also answer a listener question on frustration in training martial arts.
James Eke takes a deep look at Kyokushin Karate founder Mas Oyama’s 11 Mottos and how we can use them to improve our training and our lives. We also talk about the most important exercise you should be doing.
James Eke takes a look at the writings of Zen Master Takuan Soho and his advice to a sword master. We also look at tips for meditation and how to get more from our training.
James Eke takes another look at Alan Watts, this time talking about Zen, Kendo and the 'No Sword School'.
In Anthony Bourdain and the lesson of Ichi-Go, Ichi-E, James Eke takes a look at the concept of Ichi-Go, Ichi-E (in this moment, never again) and how we can use it to appreciate our lives and improve our training. We also answer a question of the week on what martial art to get a black belt in.
James Eke examines Sun Tzu's legendary work, The Art Of War, and how it relates to our training be it Jiu-Jitsu or any martial art. We also talk about the most important thing to develop in our training.
James Eke looks at Jordan B. Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote To Chaos and how the book relates to our own training. We also look at how important ‘fun’ is when it comes to training.
James Eke looks at punk rock icon, Henry Rollins’ 1994 essay Iron & Soul. We examine how this incredible piece of writing can not only improve your life but help your martial arts training. We answer a question on video games and talk Jiu-Jitsu.
Positive Messaging, Music, and Encouragement. Staying Positive and Promoting Faith During the Tough Times. Remember, God is in Control. Give Thanks! Daily Inspirational Quotes and a Weekly Message Directly from God. Our Mission is to help spread Positive messages to as many people as possible. We love God and people who are kind. If you will st ...…
James Eke takes a look at Shunryu Suzuki’s Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind and how bowing and the gratitude and compassion that go with it are so fundamental. We look at the importance of Jiu-Jitsu and what it is about the Art that makes it so special.
James Eke takes us through Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations and looks at how we can take lessons from this book written by a Roman Emperor almost 2,000 years ago and live a better life. We talk about integrating a code or philosophy into our Jiu-jitsu or martial arts training and how to get the most from it.…
James Eke looks at the transformative power of Jiu-Jitsu. We also answer a listener’s question about esoteric martial arts training.
James Eke looks at the health and self-healing benefits of training in the martial arts. How stress can be mitigated through Jiu-Jitsu and other martial arts. We also look at diets and what we should be eating to live healthier lives.
James Eke is issuing you a personal challenge—are you up for it?
James Eke digs into some of the writings of Japanese Goju Master Gogen Yamaguchi. We talk about continuing to train as we get older and what you need to succeed.
James Eke looks at how we can get more from our training and our lives through physically training the body. We look at the concept of getting stronger so that we can be more useful and how we can get started at getting more fit.
James Eke takes a look at philosopher, Alan Watts’ article Judo: The Gentle Tao. We look at the ways to implement Judo, Zen and Taoist viewpoints into our training and our lives. We also look into the internal and external aspects of training and what is key and how we can use this as a springboard to a better life.…
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James Eke takes a look at Grand Master Carlos Gracie and his 12 Commandments Of Jiu-Jitsu as well as some of the benefits that children and adults will gain from training in the martial arts.
James Eke looks at Yamamoto Tsunetomo’s Hagakure and discusses how disciplined actions can reap massive rewards in life. Also, he talks about training in the martial arts with one’s children or a partner.
James Eke looks at Dan Inosanto’s Martial Arts Creed, what it means and how we can use it to focus our training and live better and more inspiring lives.
James Eke looks at Morihei Ueshiba’s book The Art Of Peace and how you can utilize Aikido philosophy in your own training, we talk about training outdoors as well as how to keep training through an injury.
James Eke looks at Karate Master Gichin Funakoshi’s book Karate-Do: My Way Of Life and the master’s six rules for life. We also look at how to train for the long-term, what supplemental training you should do, and some thoughts on competition.
James Eke looks at why we bow in the martial arts, how something so simple can have lasting impacts on not just our martial arts training but an ever changing world. Can your training help fight climate change?
James Eke takes a look at USA Goju Karate pioneer, Sensei Peter Urban’s book, The Karate Dojo and some of the incredible stories in it. We also look at the utility of kata or form practice, what the best martial art is for someone over 50, and favourite martial art movies.
James Eke looks at how training in the martial arts and the different aspects of that training are similar to parts of a tree. We look again at Jiu-Jitsu and other martial arts, if training can save your life and what all this bowing is about. But mostly we look at how training in the martial arts can change our lives for the better.…
Today on the show we are joined by Nadja Pinnavaia, founder of Euphebe Healthcare. She is here to talk to us about how we can really change our lives by the way we eat. Prior to founding Euphebe, Nadja was an undergraduate student in Chemistry from King’s London College. She gained her Ph.D in Quantum Chemistry from Saint Catherine’s College in ...…
James Eke answers a listeners question on a concept from martial arts and Zen called ‘flow’ and we take a look at how we can integrate it, what it means and how we can use it as a concept to make our training better whether it is Jiu-Jitsu or whatever else we are training in as a martial art.
Taking a look at a key concept of the Warrior’s Way; that everything is training and ways we can maximize our efforts to becoming the best ‘us’ that we can be.
James Eke looks at Jiu-Jitsu Grand Master Helio Gracie’s Master Text and reasons why you should train in Jiu-Jitsu.
James Eke looks at 10 things from his book Warrior’s Way: A Guide To Lifelong Learning we can all do to get the most from our training and our lives.
Taking a look at Dan Inosanto’s 1982 book, Absorb What Is Useful and what it means to teach and learn the martial arts.
So you want to be a martial artist? Looking into what the martial arts are, arts you should study, how to start training and getting into shape.
On today’s show, we have Kate Swoboda joining us. In this episode, we are going to talk about courage, how to accept your fears, release the past, and live your most courageous life. A lot of people want to step forward and live a more authentic life, and Kate shares with us how courage plays a very large role in that experience. She lays it ou ...…
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