Best buddhadharma podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Buddhist Geeks
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The Buddhist Geeks Podcast is an exploration of BuddhaDharma in the Networked Age.
 
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Dharma Classes
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Talks by Trungpa Rinpoche's students
 
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DDMBA Chicago
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Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Chicago Chapter. A Buddhist community in the tradition of the late Chinese Chan Master Venerable Sheng Yen
 
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Elephant Magazine - ele:vision
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your guide to the mindful life
 
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Chronicles Radio: Turning the Wheel
 
Dharma lectures by contemporary lineage holders
 
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Dhamma Talks
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Dhammacetiya Sutta King Pasenadi offers ten reasons why he shows such deep veneration to the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.
 
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Dharma Talks by Ven. Lama Dudjom Dorjee
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The Ven. Lama Dudjom Dorjee Rinpoche was born to a nomadic family in the mountains of eastern Tibet. He grew up in India as a refugee from the Communist invasion. He received the Acharya degree upon completion of 9 years of intensive study of Buddhadharma at Sanskrit University in Varanasi. Lama D. Dorjee also accomplished the traditional three year secluded retreat of the Karma Kagyu order of Tibetan Buddhism. He did this under the guidance of H.E. Kalu Rinpoche and H.E Khyentse Rinpoche.In ...
 
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Universal Dharma…Not
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This is the first of two dharma talks given at Marin Sangha in June 2014. In this talk, Lisa Dale Miller refutes the controversial claim by Jon Kabat-Zinn and others, that mindfulness-based interventions (MBSR and the like) deliver a "universal dharma"; an accurate depiction of traditional Buddhist meditation practices and implicitly imparts the profound ethical and philosophical aspects of the actual Buddhadharma.
 
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Spirituality is an important source of both resistance and renewal. However, Asian and Asian Americans often compartmentalize themselves when engaging in spirituality especially within religious communities in the U.S. Gender, sexuality, and cultural histories are often erased to find belonging in spiritual communities. As a result, spiritualit ...…
 
https://archives.kpfa.org/data/20170629-Thu1900.mp3 Download the audio by clicking here. Spirituality is an important source of both resistance and renewal. However, Asian and Asian Americans often compartmentalize themselves when engaging in spirituality especially within religious communities in the U.S. Gender, sexuality, and cultural histor ...…
 
To: Zenwest members, associates, patrons, and donors From: Eshu Osho, Zenwest Board, and members of the Zenwest strategic planning group Dear friends and supporters of Zenwest, In our global community, locally, and within our Sangha, the past 3 years have been filled with change. We are writing to talk with you about the changes we have been di ...…
 
This week I respond to a suggested topic from a listener: What is dharma, especially the buddha drama, vs ones own dharma, and how do we know if we are fulfilling our dharma. Dharma is a term from Buddhism and Hinduism, which describes a body of teachings and a set of rules/laws about the nature of existence. In this episode we explore what can ...…
 
On today’s episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Sharon Salzberg joins me to discuss her new book Real Love which will be released on June 6th, 2017! In her tenth book, Sharon Salzberg provides a pathway towards more sustainable and authentic connection by offering a creative toolkit of mindfulness exercises and meditation technique ...…
 
Podcast EpisodeBy admin@gnosticteachings.org (Glorian Publishing).
 
Podcast EpisodeBy admin@gnosticteachings.org (Glorian Publishing).
 
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Lectures from Gnostic Teachings
 
In Tibetan Buddhism, the lunar month of Saga Dawa (which in 2017 is May 26 to June 24) is the most important time of year; in other Buddhist traditions it is called Vesak, Vesākha (Pali), Vaiśākha (Sanskrit), Buddha Purnima, etc. During this four week tBy admin@gnosticteachings.org (Glorian Publishing).
 
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Lectures from Gnostic Teachings
 
In Tibetan Buddhism, the lunar month of Saga Dawa (which in 2017 is May 26 to June 24) is the most important time of year; in other Buddhist traditions it is called Vesak, Vesākha (Pali), Vaiśākha (Sanskrit), Buddha Purnima, etc. During this four week tBy admin@gnosticteachings.org (Glorian Publishing).
 
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Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive Podcasts
 
Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave this Dharma talk prior to a refuge ceremony at Amitabha Buddhist Centre, Singapore, on January 18, 2009. Rinpoche discusses the kindness of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in taking responsibility for preserving and spreading the Buddhadharma. Other topics in this teaching include the kindness of all sentient beings, ...…
 
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Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive Podcasts
 
Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche gave this Dharma talk prior to a refuge ceremony at Amitabha Buddhist Centre, Singapore, on January 18, 2009. Rinpoche discusses the kindness of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in taking responsibility for preserving and spreading the Buddhadharma. Other topics in this teaching include the kindness of all sentient beings, ...…
 
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Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel
 
Bran Cerddorion returns for another musical conversation! He's been on several times already and KaliSara and RevKess enjoy his every visit! In this episode he will talk about the release of his third album, The King of Dreams. From his website: Bran is a pagan bard who focuses his music on Peace, Nature, and storytelling. With guitar in hand, ...…
 
Episode Description: Amie Diller begins this talk by sharing a koan about a hermit who describes his experience of the embrace of a young girl as “cold and without feeling.” We should not practice like this, she says; our practice is about embracing every part of our experience. She then tells the story of Mara tempting […]…
 
A special Zazenkay and talk by guest speaker David Loy. David Robert Loy is a professor, writer, and Zen teacher in the Sanbo Kyodan tradition of Japanese Zen Buddhism. He is a prolific author, whose essays and books have been translated into many languages. His articles appear regularly in the pages of major journals such as Tikkun and Buddhis ...…
 
“Shamatha is not dharma!” Catching everyone’s attention this morning with this provocative statement from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Alan goes on to say that it is true! That is to say, of course, it is true when shamatha lacks proper context for its practice. Likewise with all the practices in which we are engaging; everything hinges on moti ...…
 
Case 52: Ôbaku instructed the assembly and said, “You are all drinkers of lees [dregs]. If you continue to go on your Way like this, when will you have your ‘today’? Do you know that in this great empire of Tang there is no Zen master?” Now a monk came forward and said, “What would you say to the fact that in various places there are people who ...…
 
“The Dharma is rarely encountered, even in hundreds of millions of ages. Now we see it, hear it, receive and maintain it. May we fully realize the Tathagata’s true meaning.” Gatha On Opening the Dharma Description: There is a second birth that occurs, says Henry; a waking from a cocoon of dreams. Case 51 from the Book of Equanimity addresses th ...…
 
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YOGA PODCAST | Yoga Talk Show by YOGABODY & Lucas Rockwood
 
Almost every style of meditation I've learned has been presented as "secular," but very quickly there is a Hindu chant, a photo of some old guru with a beard, or some other paraphernalia that looks and feels a lot like organized religion to me. I'm very interested in all world religions, but when I'm learning to meditate, I'd rather do that on ...…
 
For over 2,500 years, in every form of Buddhism, you formally become a Buddhist by stating, “I take refuge in the Buddha, I take refuge in the Dharma, I take refuge in the Sangha.” Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha are therefore known collectively as the Three Refuges, Three Treasures, Three Jewels, or the Triple Gem. This episode covers what the Thre ...…
 
Karunadevi has been a practicing Buddhist since the 1980s after finding her way to California from the heartland of Iowa. The first American to be ordained in the U.S. into the Triratna Buddhist Order she is now a member of the College of Public Preceptors, helping maintain the spiritual wellbeing of the community worldwide. We hear about Karun ...…
 
Dharma Talk by Tenzin Namsel - 10/12/2016
 
Dharma Talk by Tenzin Namsel - 10/12/2016
 
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Buddhist Temple of Toledo Podcast
 
A Dharma Talk with Jay Rinsen Weik Sensei, Abbot of the Great Heartland Buddhist Temple of Toledo. Rinsen discusses how radically important it is for the sangha to be together - to see each other - in our practices. There is a magic to being in the same room and sangha is the treasure of the buddhadharma. The talk concludes with a special eye o ...…
 
Description: This first talk from the October Introductory Sesshin explores some basic underpinnings of Zen practice, introducing the Three Treasures – Buddha, Dharma, Sangha – and describing how they naturally lead us to the three “fruits of practice”: Joriki — mindful awareness, which can be further broken down into concentration, clarity and ...…
 
On the day after the 2016 US presidential election of Donald Trump, Sokuzan was inspired to give this Dharma talk. He teaches:"The very nature of things that arise is that they are hooked into everything else. There are not separate things occurring. It is not something to believe or disbelieve. Meditate. See for yourself if it can be anything ...…
 
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Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
 
The 53-minute dharma talk offered by Thich Nhat Hanh took place at the Lower Hamlet of Plum Village on November 3, 2005. The audio is linked below and video will be available for our donors on Patreon. What does it mean, “I take refuge in the Buddha.” Buddha is the one who is mindful, awake, enlightened. Taking refuge is not believing in a God ...…
 
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Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
 
The 53-minute dharma talk offered by Thich Nhat Hanh took place at the Lower Hamlet of Plum Village on November 3, 2005. The audio is linked below and video will be available for our donors on Patreon. What does it mean, “I take refuge in the Buddha.” Buddha is the one who is mindful, awake, enlightened. Taking refuge is not believing in a God ...…
 
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Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
 
The 53-minute dharma talk offered by Thich Nhat Hanh took place at the Lower Hamlet of Plum Village on November 3, 2005. The audio is linked below and video will be available for our donors on Patreon. What does it mean, “I take refuge in the Buddha.” Buddha is the one who is mindful, awake, enlightened. Taking refuge … Continue reading "Touchi ...…
 
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Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
 
The 53-minute dharma talk offered by Thich Nhat Hanh took place at the Lower Hamlet of Plum Village on November 3, 2005. The audio is linked below and video will be available for our donors on Patreon. What does it mean, “I take refuge in the Buddha.” Buddha is the one who is mindful, awake, enlightened. Taking refuge … Continue reading "Touchi ...…
 
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Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
 
The 53-minute dharma talk offered by Thich Nhat Hanh took place at the Lower Hamlet of Plum Village on November 3, 2005. The audio is linked below and video will be available for our donors on Patreon. What does it mean, “I take refuge in the Buddha.” Buddha is the one who is mindful, awake, enlightened. Taking refuge … Continue reading "Touchi ...…
 
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Nebraska Zen Center Dharma Talks
 
"Bhutan and What Zen Has to Offer" is the Sunday Open Zen talk from October 30, 2016. In the talk, Dosho shares some stories from his recent Bhutan trip and addresses the issue of what Zen is uniquely positioned to offer to the blooming global buddhadharma discourse and practice."
 
Photo: "Buddha Heart," June 16, 2009 by Lynn Park. "Loneliness is the human condition. Cultivate it. The way it tunnels into you allows your soul room to http://www.elephantjournal.com/2009/02/chogyam-trungpa-rinpoche-pema-chodron-the-buddhist-view-of-loneliness-as-a-good-thing/ Pema Chodron Chogyam Trungpa Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche Rocky Mounta ...…
 
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SoulFeed | Chats with influential leaders + inspiring life coaching
 
How can we talk about race, love, and liberation? Our Guest: Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams Sensei, is an author, maverick spiritual teacher, master trainer and founder of Center for Transformative Change. She has been bridging the worlds of personal transformation and justice since the publication of her critically-acclaimed book, Being Black: Zen ...…
 
Dhamma talky, without pictures; pure listening until it is not, but that news is really great. Delicious, real fruit juiced with pumpkin practice! Keywords: Deathless, Mindfulness, Glass Ceilings of Practice, Plateau, Samhain, Eight Fold Path, Wise, Bomb Making, Seinfeld, Halloween, Skelton, Gold Filled, Ego, Mego, South Shore Insight, The othe ...…
 
A talk dealing with Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. From The Three Jewels.
 
Photo by Fabio Filippi In this episode, I was honored to have the opportunity to interview Buddhist meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg, who offered incredible practical tools to begin living ethically and mindfully. We also discussed the role of faith in our practice, different forms of meditation, and the perceived difference between Theravada ...…
 
Vidyatara was one of the forces behind the development of the Triratna International Council after its foundation in 2011. We get a chance to catch up with her on her first return visit to the UK after moving back to Melbourne, Australia. She still carries a fierce passion for the vision of a genuinely international Buddhist movement and that c ...…
 
Alan begun this morning Dharma talk with one of his favorite parables (Naked Awareness p.93), and it is about a king who asked an illusionist to create an illusion as a means of causing his son to be drawn to Dharma. Alan pointed that just as the prince couldn’t recall the very first moment of falling into that trance – otherwise he would be lu ...…
 
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Shamatha, Vipashyana, Mahamudra, and Dzogchen
 
In the next section of the text, Panchen Lama is taking us from the limited domain of examining the self and establishing the absence of inherently existent self to the domain of all phenomena. Alan reminds us of a previous reference to the six elements in the analysis of the self. At that time, we examined these six elements individually and c ...…
 
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