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Dharma talks by Koun Franz at Thousand Harbours Zen in Halifax, NS. If you find these talks beneficial, please consider joining Thousand Harbours Zen or making a donation at https://thousandharbourszen.com/support. Your support makes the practice and teachings available to others.
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Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Joan Halifax | Zen Buddhist Teacher Upaya Abbot

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The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
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Dharma Talks at the Ordinary Zen Sangha, a Zen Meditation Practice Center located in Sarasota, Florida. Please help us if you can. Our programs and events are only made possible by donations from our supporting members. Donations Link... Thank you for listening, Will Rauschenberger, Abbot
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"Moment of Zen"

Erik Torenberg, Dan Romero, Antonio Garcia Martinez

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Every week, Erik Torenberg, Dan Romero, Antonio Garcia Martinez and frequent special guests discuss what's happening in technology, business, politics, and beyond. Moment of Zen is part of the Turpentine podcast network. Learn more: turpentine.co
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Zen Mind

Zenki Christian Dillo

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Zenki Christian Dillo Roshi is the Guiding Teacher at the Boulder Zen Center in Colorado, USA. This podcast shares the regular dharma talks given at the Center. Zenki Roshi approaches Zen practice as a craft of transformation, liberation, wisdom, and compassionate action. His interest is to bring Buddhism alive within Western cultural horizons while staying committed to the traditional emphasis on embodied practice.
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Zen and Not Zen - BroTime Edition

Adam Riehl I Robin Grether I Kinzie Shaw

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3 Humans, having unscripted conversations about life, that turn into tangents about other things, but still prove to be amusing. Sometimes we are sway towards the Zen side and sometimes towards the Not Zen side. With all 3 of us, we are BroTime. ~Enjoy the journey~
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Zen Commuter is about meditation and how it can improve the quality of your life. Thom Walters speaks with acclaimed meditation teachers, authors and everyday practitioners, to help listeners understand how to start a mindfulness habit, as well as keep it going. Along the way he discusses topics that help listeners cultivate a calmer, wiser and happier life. Come join Thom Monday through Friday to deepen your meditation practice.
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Kevin Rose explores the forefronts of the AI, investment hacking, optimizing wellness, technology of the future, and the world's lastest cultural trends. Each episode is packed with valuable insights to fuel personal and professional growth, from technologists and scientists to zen masters and productivity hackers; this variety show will always provide you with an abundance of unconventional wisdom. Kevin has been recognized as one of Time Magazine's 'Top 25 Most Influential People on the We ...
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Presented by the Mountain Rain Zen Community based in Vancouver, BC. Featuring talks by our guiding teachers Myoshin Kate McCandless and Shinmon Michael Newton, and other guest speakers. To learn more about our community, explore our extensive teaching archive, and offer your support, visit http://mountainrainzen.org.
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Nature & White Noise | Relax, unwind, and find your inner peace with Audio Zen Garden 🧘 Enjoy natural sounds like birds, water, fire, wind, rain and animals, along with white noise, meditative bells, ASMR, sleep sounds, relaxing instrumental music, healing sound frequencies and so much more; My Audio Zen Garden offers you an oasis of calm for your mind, body, and soul. Just press play on any episode and easily unlock your Zen! Join our Zen Community: Subscribe now to our Podcast to listen fo ...
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Zen Dog Training

Just Curious Media & Zen Dog Training

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A unique dog training podcast sharing a peaceful approach to raising your dog with Zen. Hosts: Jason Connell, award-winning documentary producer & dog lover & Gordon Fontaine, master dog trainer & founder of Zen Dog Training.
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Zen Success is a podcast hosted by Charissa Sims, an entrepreneur, corporate consultant, best selling author, meditation teacher and healer who has found her own Zen Success.This show is for entrepreneurs, business owners and anyone who struggles with stress, balance or burnout and simply feels discouraged. The mission of Zen Success is to inspire millions to live their best lives in the areas of health, relationships, parenting, creativity and wealth. Find your unique “Zen Success” as an em ...
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🎙️ boombox music talk creates high production nostalgia wrapped audio shows celebrating the relative perspective of music and the power of sound. 👍🏻 Available on YouTube, Spotify, and all major podcast platforms. 🕉 Enjoy the journey and stay zen!
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Vegetarian Zen

Vickie Velasquez and Larissa Galenes

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Vegetarian and vegan information, tips, recipes, and more presented in a light, conversational, and nonjudgmental manner. We welcome input and feedback from our followers regarding issues you would like us to address as well as ways in which we can improve. Please don't hesitate to contact us and let us know how we can help. If you enjoy and find value in our podcast, we would very much appreciate a favorable review on iTunes. This would help us tremendously. Thanks, and we hope you enjoy Ve ...
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These Dharma talks are by Chozen Bays, Roshi and Hogen Bays, Roshi, teachers with Zen Community of Oregon. The talks were given at Great Vow Zen Monastery in Clatskanie, Oregon, and Heart of Wisdom Zen Temple in Portland, Oregon. Zen Community of Oregon's purpose is to express and make accessible the wisdom and compassion of the Buddha’s teachings, as transmitted through an authentic, historical lineage. To support and maintain Zen Buddhist practice in order to realize and actualize our Budd ...
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The Game of Zen

Scott Berman and Paul Agostinelli

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The Game of Zen explores the often-overlooked ways in which professional, personal and spiritual growth are interrelated. We dive deep into the life teachings of the Buddha and the mindfulness practices of Zen, revealing how they can help us dramatically expand our possibilities for whole-hearted work, life and play. Play the game of life with wisdom, humor and skill for better businesses and happier lives.
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At 16, I lost my dear friend Andrea to suicide—a profound loss that became both the best and worst gift, guiding me through the darkest of times. Welcome to ”Suicide Zen Forgiveness,” where we dig into stories of suicide loss, ideation, and mental health, weaving threads of hope into every narrative. Each story shared has the power to touch someone who needs it most, offering a beacon of light in their journey. Join us in adding to our well of hope by sharing your story. Together, let’s #Cho ...
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Zen Parenting is a weekly podcast discussion between a spiritual and emotional mom (Cathy Cassani Adams) and a logical and practical dad (Todd Adams). Every episode is a reminder to wake up to our lives; to be ever more mindful, self-aware, and compassionate in how we parent and how we treat ourselves and others.
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You are here because you believe that it is better to be a warrior in a garden, than a gardener in a war. You want to conquer your goals without sacrificing your well-being, while also enjoying the things that matter most -- like spending time with people you love and pursuing your interests without guilt. The Zen Stoic Path will guide you along the path to unshakable inner peace. You’ll be ready to conquer any challenge life throws your way -- while being peacefully present to each moment. ...
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“When the problem is a part of you, there is no problem, because you are the problem itself.” - Shunryu Suzuki Emily brings us a meditation on problems, problem solving, and all the machinations, rationalizations, and somersaults we do to try to prove that our problems are somewhere outside of ourselves, and then what happens when we start to point…
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On today’s episode of Game of Zen, we dive into the concept of attachment and its profound impact on our personal and professional lives. We explore how our attachments, whether towards people, success, or material possessions, can lead to suffering but also provide deep insights into our own behaviors. Paul & Scott highlight that understanding sec…
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Join "The Zen Stoic Dojo" Community: https://www.skool.com/the-zen-stoic-dojo-8057 In this episode, Victor discusses the antidote to resentment and feeling unappreciated when giving to others. He introduces four principles of sovereign giving: giving sincerely, detaching from the outcome, ensuring the recipient is willing to participate in their ow…
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Kathie Fischer gives her fourth and last talk of the “First Buddhist Women” series. Our text will be Susan Murcott’s First Buddhist Women: Poems and Stories of Awakening, a book on the Pali text Therigatha, a collection of poems by early Buddhist nuns. This final talk will discuss the nuns Kema and Upalavanna. Suggested donation: $7 https://bit.ly/…
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This episode was first published in February 2022. We are republishing this episode because in it, Zenki Roshi addresses the most common questions asked by beginners and the issue of discomfort sometimes experienced by practitioners of all levels during zazen. What exactly are we doing in zazen meditation? What kind of effort is necessary? This tal…
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"Zazen is the self which is only the self of the universe." (Uchiyama) Shinmon Michael Newton introduces the book Opening the Hand of Thought by Japanese Zen teacher Kosho Uchiyama Roshi. This begins a ten week dharma seminar with MRZC guiding teachers and practice leaders. These talks are made possible thanks to donations from our worldwide commun…
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Sarah Chauncey has written and edited for nearly every medium over the past three decades, from print to television to digital. Her writing has been featured on EckhartTolle.com, Modern Loss, as well as in Lion's Roar and Canadian Living. She lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia (with her current cat, Ariel), where she divides her time bet…
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Zen Dog Training Episode 08: Choosing The Right Methods Matter Jason Connell and Gordon Fontaine discuss the importance of choosing the right methods for your dog in Zen Dog Training. Recorded: 04-16-24 Studio: Just Curious Media Partner: Zen Dog Training Hosts: Jason Connell Gordon Fontaine #justcuriousmedia #zendogtraining #mrjasonconnell #gordon…
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In this podcast, Stu engages in an open conversation with Zen colleagues who've faced challenges on their paths to parenthood. The guests speak candidly about their personal fertility journeys, discussing the emotional, physical and financial challenges they faced, support that was available to them and how they navigated this journey whilst workin…
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Many of us find ourselves trapped in a cycle of avoidance and procrastination when facing projects that matter deeply to us. This resistance often stems from a mix of fear, uncertainty, and a lack of effective strategies to navigate these challenges. But what if we could harness the power of rituals and structure in our daily routines to overcome t…
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Continuing with our theme: the importance of independent thought and interdependent action to the future of Zen in America, we must define the design intent of our program in the current context of uncertainty. The accelerating pace of change, including geometrically expanding attractions and distractions in the secular and now digital world, gives…
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We all have negative aspects of ourselves we want to fix, disown, or even expunge completely from our being, but even with practice some things are extremely hard to change. As we strive to break free of our less-than-helpful aspects of self, we typically employ violent means, ranging from subtle rejection to vicious and debilitating self-loathing …
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Navigating Grief and Finding Hope: A Deep Dive into Suicide Loss and Healing In this episode of Suicide Zen Forgiveness, host Elaine Lindsay invites guest Deva Neely to share her poignant journey through trauma, loss, and personal growth. Deva, a former music and French teacher who lost her brother to suicide in 2013, discusses the profound impact …
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Man, we are running the gamut today on tangents. After sharing stories of our misguided youths, we have a good discussion around meditation. From different ways to approach meditation, to dealing with meditation injuries, which sounds counter intuitive. But here we are. We talk a bit about growing up around racism and ignorance around equality, but…
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Cathy and Todd discuss Gen X slang and intertwine the most popular phrases with clips from the most memorable pop culture moments. They discuss how language changes over time and break down the most popular Gen Z slang, offering suggestions on when to use it (or when not to). Todd and Cathy are hosting a live discussion about the “man or bear” deba…
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Sensei Monshin assures us that we are not so different from the Buddhas and ancestors that inspire us. ”The Buddha way has been kept alive in so many cultures, conditions, lifestyles, and expressions all over the world. So how is it that the Buddhas and ancestors of old were as we?”, she asks. “What are the ingredients that we bring to our practice…
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Indulge in tranquility with this episode of Relaxing Music: Soothing Piano Meditation episode. Immerse yourself in the gentle melodies of piano, creating a serene ambiance perfect for meditation and relaxation. Let the soothing sounds guide you into a state of inner peace and calm. Be sure to Subscribe & Rate this podcast and Find Us at YouTube.com…
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Mark Steven Porro, a New Jersey native, is a retired actor, an award-winning designer, writer, and director. He has written lots of jokes, several screenplays, and one award-winning short film. “A Cup of Tea on the Commode” is his debut memoir. He lives in the South of France, in the heart of wine country. https://acupofteaonthecommode.org/mark-por…
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In this episode of Moment of Zen, Erik is joined by Jonathan Haidt, social psychologist at New York University’s Stern School of Business and author of the newly released book "The Anxious Generation." They have a comprehensive discussion that touches on the polarization and dysfunction in American politics, the impact of social media on democracy,…
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This week on the Zen Perry Project, Zen & Michael have a conversation covering topical headlines from across the music industry. Will this format become a staple segment of a burgeoning exploration of the business - or will it land with the thud of a St. Anger tuned snare? This week's topics include: -250 artists back a congressional bill to elimin…
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