Tara Brach

Tara Brach

Living with Courageous Presence

Living with Courageous Presence - The essence of courage is to willingly feel our vulnerability; this is what allows us to respond to life with an undefended, wise heart. This talk explores the ways we resist opening to vulnerability, and three key steps in cultivating a courageous presence.

The Way Out Is In

Plum Village

From Extraction to Regeneration: Healing Ourselves, Healing Society (Episode #16)

Welcome to episode 16 of The Way Out Is In: The Zen Art of Living, a podcast series mirroring Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh’s deep teachings of Buddhist philosophy: a simple yet profound methodology for dealing with our suffering, and for creating more happiness and joy in our lives.

In this episode, the presenters, Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Huu and lay Buddhist practitioner and journalist Jo Confino, are joined by special guest, Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Linh (Brother Spirit). Together, they discuss eco-anxiety, the challenges of and solutions for shifting to a new paradigm which can heal us and our planet, and whether it’s possible to change our minds, hearts, and future. Plus: how can you be at peace in what feels like a battlefield? 

The conversation touches upon “the decisive decade”; individualism and competition; inter

Secular Buddhism

Noah Rasheta

163 - Sticks And Stones

In this episode, I will talk about the story of Sundari, an ascetic who was killed in an attempt to frame Sidhartha and bring dishonor to him and his followers. How the Buddha handled this ordeal sheds light on the Buddhist approach to words and accusations.

Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks

Kenley Neufeld

Live Happily in the Present Moment

This 59-minute talk was given on May 13, 2004 in New Hamlet, Plum Village, France. The talk was given between retreats to the monastic community and a small number of lay residents and guests.

Thank you to Chân Phúc H?i for writing the summary and providing a time-stamped transcript.

Thay begins this talk with a description of the concept of Apranihita or aimlessness.  Our tendency is to be constantly running, constantly searching.  We need to stop and reestablish ourselves in the here and now.Walking meditation is a wonderful way to learn how to stop. Can we walk with freedom and happiness?The Buddha said it was possible to live happily in the here and now.  In the sutra given to the White Clad People (Upasaka Sutra) “live happily in the here and now” occurs five times.The first time our planet was seen from space we were made aware of what a beautiful and precious place the Earth is.  The Ea

Heart Wisdom with Jack Kornfield

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 138 – Guiding Your Own Practice

Jack Kornfield offers Buddhist wisdom for guiding your own practice as a householder, exploring continuity and impermanence with careful attention.This podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/heartwisdom This talk was given at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in 1986 and was originally published on DharmaSeed.orgSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Metta Hour with Sharon Salzberg

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 175 – Christiane Wolf, MD, PhD

For episode 175 of the Metta Hour, Sharon welcomes Christiane Wolf, MD, Ph.D., for a conversation about chronic pain.Christiane Wolf is a physician, meditation teacher, and author. She is the author of the May 2021 release, Outsmart Your Pain: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion to Help You Leave Chronic Pain Behind, and is a senior teacher at InsightLA in Los Angeles. She is also the lead consultant and teacher trainer for the US Department of Veteran Affairs National Mindfulness Facilitator Training.In this conversation, Christiane shares her background in meditation and what inspired her to teach. Sharon and Christiane talk about how working with physical pain can be a template for working with emotional pain and some of the cultural conditioning that can make chronic pain more difficult. Christiane discusses the difference between accepting and acknowledging pain and the role that grief has to play with it. She also shares som

Learn Buddhism with Alan Peto

Alan Peto

18 - The Three Marks of Existence in Buddhism

The Buddha taught that our existence is marked by impermanence, dukkha, and the illusion of self.  He wasn't telling us this to make us sad, but to spur us into action.  The only permanent thing is "impermanence", but we fail to utterly understand that, and along with the belief we have a permanent, unchanging, and independent "self", we create the actions (Karma) that trap us in the cycle of rebirth which is - you guessed it - dukkha ("suffering").  Through his teachings, he helps us break down the belief in "self", understand impermanence and dependent origination, which helps us change our Karmic actions to ones that don't bind us in rebirth, helps us realize our true peaceful state of Nirvana, and allows us to end Dukkha and the cycle of rebirth.  


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The Lion’s Roar Podcast

Lion’s Roar Foundation

“Mission: Joy” with Peggy Callahan and Elissa Epel

Centered on a friendship between the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the documentary Mission: Joy was produced and co-directed by Peggy Callahan while its real life complement, The Big Joy Project, is an experiment in “citizen science.” She and Dr. Elissa Epel, vice chair of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, talk about how both point the way to more joy in our everyday lives.

Insight Hour with Joseph Goldstein

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 112 – Bare Attention

Joseph Goldstein explores the concept of bare attention, or choiceless awareness, and how cultivating this state of mind can help us settle back, live in the present moment, and more.This 1983 Joseph Goldstein dharma talk on bare attention was originally published on Dharma Seed.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Tricycle Talks

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review

On the Road to Awakening with the Traveling Nunk

On September 15, Buddhist monastic Sister Clear Grace Dayananda set out across the United States in the Great Aspiration, a Chevy van she has converted into a portable meditation hall. This mobile monastery is the centerpiece of a project she calls the Traveling Nunk, which aims to make dharma teachings accessible to marginalized communities. Through chanting in public parks, collaborating with local faith groups, and giving out meals to those in need, she aspires to act with compassion and equanimity.

In today’s episode of Life As It Is, Tricycle editor-in-chief James Shaheen and co-host Sharon Salzberg sit down with Sister Clear Grace to talk about her travels through the American South, the practice of meeting people where they are, and how we can learn to love those with whom we disagree.

Buddhism Guide

Yeshe Rabgye

The Power of the Breath

During the pandemic, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we had something that will improve our sleep, digestion, immune and respiratory functions, while reducing our blood pressure, fear, and anxiety? The good news is there is something and it is called ‘breathworks.’

By learning to direct your attention to your breath, you can condition yourself to shift out of the fight or flight mode and into the rest and digest mode. So, from stress and anxiety and into calm and relaxation.

Try my free guided meditation course on compassion

Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye:

Open Awareness, Open Mind - https://www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Mind-practice-meditation/dp/9383296488/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=yeshe+rabgye&qid=1627806820&sr=8-1

The Best Way to Catch a Snake - https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00TEPZ6G0/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1

Life's Meandering Path -

The Zen Studies Podcast

Domyo Burk

192 – The Eight Worldly Winds: Gain, Loss, Status, Disgrace, Praise, Censure, Pleasure, Pain

According to one of the foundational Buddhist teachings, we are doomed to be “blown about” by Eight Worldly Winds unless we engage in spiritual practice: Gain and loss, success and failure, praise and blame, pleasure and pain. Personally, I find this a vivid and useful metaphor for the human experience. I share an excerpt from a Pali sutta about the Eight Worldly Winds, and then explore what it means to be “blown about” by them, and what we can do about it.

Listen | Dharma Talks from Plum Village

Plum Village

Invoking the Bodhisattvas’ Names — Sr Từ Nghiêm

The word Bodhisattva means “awakened being”. In the text Invoking the Bodhisatva’s Names, written by Thich Nhat Hanh, 5 Bodhisattvas are mentioned who represent qualities we can all uncover in ourselves.  In this talk, Sister Tu Nghiem offers us an explanation of this text.

You can find the text here. The Plum Village Chanting Book is available here.



Happy Hour: Miracles

This talk was given by Diana Clark on 2022.01.27 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA.
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Deconstructing Yourself

Michael W. Taft

Can People Really Change? with Tina Rasmussen.

Host Michael Taft talks with meditation teacher and author Tina Rasmussen about how psychology and meditation practice can work together to help people heal, working with trauma, the importance of heart-based practices such as metta, spiritual bypassing, using shamatha to build new brain networks, and Tina’s own story of her birth trauma and her path to healing.Tina Rasmussen, Ph.D., began meditating at age 13, and has practiced in the Theravada and Tibetan Buddhist traditions for over 30 years. In 2003, she completed a year-long solo retreat, was later ordained as a Buddhist nun and became the first Western woman authorized to teach by renowned meditation master Pa Auk Sayadaw. Tina has been studied by the Yale Neuroscience Lab, and is the co-author of Practicing the Jhanas, as well as several books on human potential. Tina Rasumussen’s website: luminousmindsangha.comContribute to Michael’s Patreon or direct

Bob Thurman Podcast: Buddhas Have More Fun!

Robert A.F. Thurman

Facing Death to Come Fully Alive – Ep. 282

In this episode Robert Thurman gives a teaching on impermanence and the power of contemplating one’s mortality to inspire action, nurture gratitude, transform relationships, and prioritize what truly matters.
Opening with a refutation of Buddhism as a life-rejecting philosophy, this podcast includes a short explanation of the Buddha’s “supreme contemplation” with guided meditations on embracing transience and death and an exploration of how considering death to be a good thing can help simplify life and re-set your priorities.
The podcast also includes: an overview of the concept of reincarnation as understood across traditions, an introduction to the Buddhist perspective on emptiness and the interconnected, blissful nature of reality, a recommendation of the work, writings and teachings of Andrew Holecek, and a personal invitation to their on-going “Death and the Art of Dying Bardo” series of online teachings via Tibet Ho

Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast

Joan Halifax | Zen Buddhist Teacher Upaya Abbot

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.

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction


Mark Epstein: The Zen of Therapy: Uncovering a Hidden Kindness in Life

(Cambridge Insight Meditation Center)

Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

Wendy Shinyo Haylett

Everyday Buddhism 65 - Winter Solstice, Bodhi Day, and the Light of the Buddha's Promise

In this episode, we celebrate the Winter Solstice, Bodhi Day, and the light of the Buddha's Promise, meaning our enlightenment, too. The message of the December darkness is a messenger of our own enlightenment. As Bhikkhu Bodhi wrote, "having discovered for himself the perfect peace of liberation, he kindles for us the light of knowledge, which reveals both the truths that we must see for ourselves and the path of practice that culminates in this liberating vision." We don't chase the darkness away through external ritual or stringing lights, but by looking inside to find our own light.

What's This Tao All About?

Tod Perry

"Whats This Tao All About?" is a beginner's guide to Taoism and the Tao Te Ching hosted by Dr. Carl Totton a Tao master, member of the Martial Arts Hall of Fame, and Doctor of Psychology. The co-host is Tod Perry, the host of the popular comedy podcasts Low Budget FM, Far Out! and The Original Kings of Podcasting.

The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

Ven. Bhikkhu Anālayo and Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche: Early Buddhism and Dzogchen (#133)

This episode of the Wisdom Podcast, recorded live as a Wisdom Dharma Chat, features a discussion with special guests Venerable Bhikkhu Anālayo and Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche. Ven. Anālayo, Rinpoche, and host Daniel Aitken discuss many Buddhist ideas and practices, comparing what different Buddhist traditions have to say about them, including how the Buddha practiced; understanding […]
The post Ven. Bhikkhu Anālayo and Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche: Early Buddhism and Dzogchen (#133) appeared first on The Wisdom Experience.

Guided Meditations

One Mind Dharma

These are guided meditations that cover a variety of Buddhist topics including mindfulness, compassion, concentration, and more.

Mountain Cloud Zen Podcasts

Henry Shukman: Associate Master Sanbo Zen

Dharmatalk: The Great Matter

“… What holds us back from experiencing the boundless freedom of who we truly are? ...”   Description: In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd in 2020, Valerie takes up a koan in which a master asks a student struggling to attain liberation, “Who is binding you?” After searching, the student realizes, “No […]

The Deer Park Dharmacast

Deer Park Monks and Nuns

Being Peace with Thay Ngo Khong

During the annual Rains Retreat at Deer Park, we have been hosting a weekly Day of Mindfulness. The overall theme for our 90-Day Retreat is Non-Fear and Non-Anxiety. Each week a dharma teacher uses one of Thay's books as the jumping off place for the teaching. This week is Thay's book Being Peace. 

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Venerable Sampasadana | Emotion or Intellect | The Armadale Meditation Group

Tuesday 25th January 2022

Venerable Sampasadana joins the Armadale Meditation Group on-line live. Armadale Meditation Group (AMG) is designed to teach you about meditation. The classes generally begin with chanting the Metta Sutta, then receiving meditation instructions and meditating together, followed by asking questions and finally if time remains listening to a Dhamma talk. However, the layout can vary. Due to social distancing regulations, these weekly Tuesday night teachings are happening via Zoom from Bodhinyana Monastery.

Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon.

To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page choose the teaching you want
and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.

Teachings are available for downloading from the BSWA website, the BSWA Youtu

Recovery Dharma Audiobook

Recovery Dharma Online

[8] Recovery is Possible - Recovery Dharma Audiobook

Eighth section of the book Recovery Dharma: Recovery is possible. Read by Sean.

Each episode of this podcast is a section of the book, and together they are a free audiobook version of Recovery Dharma!

Start at 1 and work your way up.

Creative Commons BY-SA license



Zencast 461 - How Are You by Gil Fronsdal

How Are You by Gil Fronsdal  This teaching is given freely courtesy of Audio Dharma. Audio Dharma ; IMC ; Gil Fronsdal

Natural Meditation podcast

Stephan Pende Wormland

Relating to pain - Part 2

Relating to pain - Part 2 by Stephan Pende Wormland

The Zen Mountain Monastery Podcast

Zen Mountain Monastery

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

AudioDharma: Gil Fronsdal's most recent dharma talks

Gil Fronsdal

Dharmette: Satipaṭṭhāna (19) Awareness in Activity

This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.01.28 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA.
Video of this talk is available at: https://youtu.be/0Cd7XNcNUG8?t=1934.
A machine generated transcript of this talk is available. It has not been edited by a human, so errors will exist.
Closed Captioning: https://otter.ai/u/uozsAiOAJQulVPDWcRg_xpSiMiI
For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org
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The Zen of Everything

Jundo Cohen & Kirk McElhearn

Episode 66: Dropping

A key phrase of Dogen's teaching is "dropping body and mind," a description of his enlightenment. Jundo and Kirk discuss what this means, and how you can drop body and mind when sitting zazen.
Treeleaf Zendo (https://www.treeleaf.org)
The Zen Master's Dance (https://amzn.to/3H2vNKp)
Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's Shobo Genzo (https://amzn.to/3KvIBdS)
Steven Heine: Dogen, Japan's Original Zen Teacher (https://amzn.to/3FJwBlG)
Dogen Casts Off "What": An Analysis of Shinjin Datsuraku (https://www.thezensite.com/ZenEssays/DogenStudies/Dogen_Casts_Off_What.html)
The Life of Zen Master Dogen (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6XS3_D92FY) (movie)
Theme music by Kiku Day (http://www.kikuday.com).
To submit a question, send an email to podcast@zen-of-everything.com.
If you like the podcast, please subscribe in iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-next-track/id1116242606

The Bible Geek Show


The Bible Geek Podcast 22-001

Did early Christians associate the trumpets of Rosh Hashanah, the New Year festival, with the Last Trumpet of the Rapture?

What do you think about that last seventh chapter of the book: "Jesus for Sceptics" where a list of hardcore atheists is given, who under numerous and solid evidence changed their attitude and became hardcore Christians?

Do you know of any (good) books about Polycarp?

Assassin's Creed Valhalla, a role-playing game, portrays Gnostic doctrine as still current in the Middle Ages. Of course it is fiction, but is it plausible?

What do you think of the claim that publishers are cheapening the experience of studying the Good Book by promoting “Bible consumerism?” Does grappling with the inconsistencies, inaccuracies, anachronisms, and atrocities in the Bible wound faith, or is it a good exercise?

Some Jews claim that the Septuagint was destroyed in the fire

Everyday Zen Podcast

Everyday Zen Foundation

Dogen’s Mana Shobogenzo Case 102 – “Baizhang’s Fox.” Also Book of Serenity 8, Gateless Barrier (Mumonkan) 2

Chris Fortin an Norman Fischer both speak to the Dharma Seminar on "Baizhang's Fox" Mana Shobogenzo case 102; also Book of Serenity case 8, and Gateless Barrier (Mumonkan) 2. In this series Norman is referencing  John Daido Loori's book "the Tue Dharma Eye - Zen Master Dogen's Three Hundred Koans."



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제2002회 친구들이 불법(佛法) 만나 변화한 저를 원망해요

친구들이 불법 만나 변화한 저를 원망해요

Buddhism for Everyone with JoAnn Fox

JoAnn Fox: Buddhist Teacher

Episode 126 - Forgiveness

To forgive, seek: Your own Freedom. Want your own freedom from pain  Compassion. Compelled by their delusions The Lesson. How can I learn from this?   Forgiveness means stopping the cycle of anger and harm.   On analysis of whether the object has self-control, anger is unjustified. The master Candrakīrti also states: “This is not living beings’ fault, Rather it is the fault of the afflictions.”    But I tell you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who mistreat you and persecute you. —Jesus, Matthew 5:44   Those who seek their own happiness      By causing suffering for others Are entangled in hostility.      From hostility they are not set free. (Verse 291) —Buddha, The Dhammapada   References and Links   Buddha.The Dhammapada. Translated by Gil Fronsdale. (Kindle). Shambala, Boston and London, 2011, pp. 72 (Link)   Buddha (1986).The Dhammapada: Verses and Stories. Translated by Daw Mya

Against The Stream

Noah Levine

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Urban Dharma

Kusala Bhikshu

Things of Interest

Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery World Services

Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented, non-theistic recovery program that does not ask anyone to believe anything, only to trust the process and do the hard work of recovery. In fact, no previous experience or knowledge of Buddhism is required. Recovery is possible, and this program provides a systematic approach to treating and recovering from all forms of addiction. When sincerely practiced, the program can ensure a full recovery from addiction and a life-long sense of well-being and happiness.

Dhammatalks.org Evening Talks

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

How to Leave Meditation

A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "How to Leave Meditation"

How To Meditate: A Beginner's Guide to Peace

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

This audio book is meant to serve as an introduction on how to meditate for those with little or no experience in the practice of meditation, as well as those who are experienced in other types of meditation but interested in learning the practice of Satipatthana meditation.

San Francisco Zen Center Dharma Talks

San Francisco Zen Center

Dr. King In This Moment

An exploration of the Buddhist practice of cutting through the delusion of our disconnectedness highlighting Dr. Martin Luther King and Eihei Dogen's teaching of Uji (Time Being)

01/15/2022, Chimyo Atkinson, dharma talk at City Center.

Jonathan Foust

Jonathan Foust

My Thoughts on Karma

This talk explores how to skillfully navigate the law of cause and affect.   You’ll learn about the power of remembering impermanence, the power of remembering karma, how to skillfully reflect on your intentions and actions and what it means to be free from karma.

The Road Home with Ethan Nichtern

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 66 – Imagination, Meditation, & Fatherhood w/ Jaimal Yogis

Jaimal Yogis and Ethan Nichtern ride the waves of meditation and imagination, in a discussion on surfing, creativity, graphic novels, and fatherhood.This podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/beherenowJaimal Yogis is a bestselling author, teacher, and surfer, who recently released City of Dragons: The Awakening Storm – a Dharma-focused middle-grade Scholastic graphic novel series with illustrator, Vivian Truong. He also wrote Saltwater Buddha & All Our Waves Are Water – merging his passions of zen and surfing. Jaimal has published award-winning journalism in The Washington Post, ESPN Magazine, The Atlantic, and more. He currently resides in San Fransisco with his wife and three boys.Sign up for Ethan's Year-Long Buddhist Studies program for 2022 on David Nichtern's

Awakening Now with Lama Surya Das

Be Here Now Network

The Official Alan Watts Podcast is Coming to the Be Here Now Network!

The Alan Watts Organization and Be Here Now Network have come together to bring you a new podcast series that dives deep into the Alan Watts Archive’s 100-hour collection of talks. This Monday, June 7th, discover for yourself why Alan Watts has continued to inspire generations of seekers with the Alan Watts Being in the Way podcast. This exciting new series is hosted by Mark Watts, Alan's son and archive curator. Mark and his guests share Alan Watts’ inspirational work that poetically interprets the wisdom teachings of the East for Western audiences. Set a reminder for June 7th and subscribe to the Alan Watts Being in the Way podcast wherever you get podcasts to receive regular wisdom from Alan Watts - brought to you by the Alan Watts Organization and Ram Dass' Be Here Now Network!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice

Hardcore Zen


Zen teacher/author Brad Warner, author of Hardcore Zen, Letters to a Dead Friend About Zen, Don't Be a Jerk, Sit Down and Shut Up, and many more books about Zen, shares his thoughts about Zen and other stuff.

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction


Sylvia Boorstein: Tenderness and a Tribute to Thich Nhat Hanh

(Spirit Rock Meditation Center)

Zen Mind

Zenki Christian Dillo

Zenki Christian Dillo Roshi is the 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 yogic embodiment. (Typically, fewer talks are recorded and shared between December and April, when Zenki Roshi leads an annual 90-day winter retreat and other programs.)

Mindfulness Meditation Podcast

The Rubin Museum of Art

Mindfulness Meditation with Sharon Slazberg 01/10/2022

Theme: Interdependence
Artwork: Previous Lives (Jataka) of Buddha Shakyamuni, Tibet; 18th century, Pigments on cloth, C2007.33.1 (HAR 65816)
Teacher: Rebecca Li

The Rubin Museum presents a weekly online meditation session led by a prominent meditation teacher from the New York area, with each session focusing on a specific work of art. This podcast is a recording of the live online session and includes an opening talk and 20-minute sitting session. The guided meditation begins at 19:27.

This meditation is presented in partnership with Sharon Salzberg, teachers from the NY Insight Meditation Center, the Interdependence Project, and Parabola Magazine. To attend a Mindfulness Meditation online session in the future or learn more, please visit our website at RubinMuseum.org/meditation.

If you would like to support the Rubin Museum and this med

Buddhist Wisdom, Modern Life

Claire Villarreal, PhD

The Buddhist tradition began over 2,500 years ago, and its roots are even older. Over the centuries, countless people have benefited from these teachings. But are the beliefs and practices of Buddhism still relevant? Absolutely! If anything, we need this wisdom more now than ever as our world speeds up. In this podcast you'll find guided meditations, teachings on the Four Noble Truths, the Noble Eightfold Path, and some stuff just for fun. For a deeper dive on the Four Noble Truths, click here: http://bit.ly/Bddhist4NTs

Berkeley Zen Center Dharma Talks

Berkeley Zen Center Dharma Talks

The Berkeley Zen Center is a Soto Zen Buddhist practice community in Berkeley, California, USA. BZC was founded originally by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi in 1967 and led since that year by Sojun Mel Weitsman Roshi. This podcast includes talks given by various teachers at BZC's weekly Saturday public lecture as well as at sesshin and Dharma classes held at the temple throughout the year. Visit us on the web at www.berkeleyzencenter.org.

Third Eye Talks

Naz Rose

Interested in all things spiritual? Third Eye Talks is a podcast for the spiritual junkie who wants to build and grow their spiritual practice. Episodes include everything from angel guides and their messages to soul contracts and spiritual awakenings...all in 30 minutes or less.

Creativity, Spirituality & Making a Buck with David Nichtern

Be Here Now Network

David’s View: Creativity & Dharma

David Nichtern and Michael Kammers connect the lineage traditions of Buddhism and music in a conversation spanning from Maharaj-ji to John Coltrane.Find more from David at DharmaMoon.com – a website offering Workshops/Courses, Teacher Trainings, Mentoring & more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Wisdom of Compassion: Exploring The Values of Buddhism Through Timeless Meditation Techniques

White Conch Dharma Center: An International Mahayana Buddhist Organization

WC. 016: The Four Noble Truths

For today’s episode we will be featuring a teaching by Domo Geshe Rinpoche, the Spiritual Director of White Conch, titled “The Four Noble Truths.” The first set of teachings Buddha Shakyamuni gave upon attaining awakening was called the Four Noble Truths. These are: The truth… Read More »
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Wisdom Keeper Podcast

Dr. Miles Neale

Who will you trust for guidance as the world transitions to a new eon? Wisdom keepers are the elders, mentors, yogis, scholars, and holders of sacred knowledge committed to guiding us through a process of spiritual transformation. As we ride the waves of the emerging paradigm shift more of us will be looking to these reliable guides to help us sensemake and navigate the challenges and complexities of the human experience. Each episode of the Wisdom Keeper podcast brings you into an intimate conversation designed to deepen your self-reflection, integrate your shadow, inspire your contemplative practice, and enliven your experience of being in the world. Your host Dr. Miles Neale curates mini-series complementing depth with breadth on a wide range of topics from spirituality and psychology, mythology and astrology, to sacred art and pilgrimage. Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/DrMilesNeale Instagram https://www.instagram.com/milesneale/ https://www.milesneale.com/ https://www.gradualpath.com/

A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment

Scott Snibbe

A Skeptic’s Path to Enlightenment brings the inner science of Buddhist meditation to twenty-first century people hungry for happy, meaningful lives. It is a secular approach to meditation that requires no belief beyond our current understanding of science and psychology. Skeptic’s Path meditations are based on powerful analytical meditation techniques that use imagination, emotions, and critical inquiry to probe our inner and outer realities and expand our compassion. These Tibetan Buddhist mind training techniques expand on the popular mindfulness approach to meditation to help us better understand our minds from the inside out, and build healthy mental habits that are the true causes of happiness. Each week in discussions, guided meditations and interviews, we explore the vast variety of analytic meditation topics including love, compassion, sleep, tonglen, vipassana, stress, the body, meditation posture, anger, anxiety, addiction, grief, forgiveness, patience, confidence, loneliness, work, relationships, and more.

Insight Myanmar

Insight Myanmar Podcast

The Story of Magway

“It's really sad that our young people had dreams, but after the military coup, every dream of theirs has been destroyed.” So starts the interview with May, who tells us why she became a revolutionary, and updates us on how the Magway Division has fare since the coup.
May had been studying in New Zealand, and had only just returned to Myanmar when the coup hit. Like many, she was unsure how to respond at first, but faced with a real-life struggle against evil, she committed herself to activism, delving into fundraising work. Because her father was so concerned for her safety, May had to keep her activities secret and stay in safe locations away from home in order to carry out her work. 
Her level of involvement has carried with it a serious mental and emotional burden, and May turned to a combination Buddhist meditation and a practice of “positive psychology.” She observes the mental content in her mind, and tries to give less food to those

EveryBodhi Podcast

Jampal Norbu

eB 117 - Carrying the Path

Jampal Norbu opens up the third point of mind training - transforming adversity into the path of enlightenment. The chapters starts with the eleventh verse of lojong, ‘When the world is full of evil, transform misfortune into the path of awakening”, which speaks to the stoic quality of taking all challenges as opportunities to grow in the practice of dharma. Theme music by Matt Quentin.

108 Talks by Ajahn Sumedho

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Happiness is being nobody (2001)

These Dhamma talks or reflections are given by Luang Por Sumedho during the course of 1978 until 2010. These talks have been compiled when Luang Por Sumedho retired from abbotship of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in 2010.
The post Happiness is being nobody (2001) appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Deeper Dhamma

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

MN101 Devadaha Sutta - At Devadaha | Ajahn Brahmali | 11 May 2014

Ajahn Brahmali discusses sutta 101 from the Majjhima Nikaya, the collection of middle-length discourses: Devadaha Sutta, "at Devadaha.

"The Buddha tackles a group of Jain ascetics, pressing them on their claim to be practicing to end all suffering by self-mortification. He points out a series of fallacies in their logic, and explains his own middle way.", Sutta Central.

Read MN101 on Sutta Central here.

Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon.

To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the teaching you want and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.

Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha

David Roylance

Ep. 263 - (Group Learning Program) - Chapter 17 - Eliminating Fears: Are Your Really Scared?

(Group Learning Program) - Chapter 17 - Eliminating Fears: Are Your Really Scared?

Our fears play a significant role in inhibiting us from realizing our full potential in life. We get a good idea and either do not pursue it all the way or we give up at some point because we fear failure so we fail because we do not even try.

There are countless fears in life that the mind has the potential to hold on to including the fear of death.

Through the process of pursuing Enlightenment, you need to eliminate all fears from the mind including the fear of death. You will also need to train the mind to trust all beings. Emptying your fears will help you to trust all beings.

In this Podcast, David will teach you how to eliminate fears on The Path to Enlightenment so the mind can be liberated from constant fear.

Daily Wisdom - Walking

Free Buddhist Audio


The Path of the Buddha's Delight

Here Samantabhadri expertly and imaginatively tackles the theme of Wisdom, using the verses in the third section of Tsongkhapa's short text on the "Three Principal Aspects of the Path." Dharma themes of the laksanas, suffering, niyamas, self - and no-self - are interwoven with more personal reflections, and with thought-provoking quotations - ".... emptiness, activity and compassion are not three things, but one thing looked at from three different points of view...."  This is the third of three talks based on Tsongkhapa's text given on the UK Women's Order Mitra Event at Taraloka Retreat Centre, 2009. *** Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast:  On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts Bite-sized inspiration three times every week. Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast:  On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts A full, curated, quality Dharma talk, every week. 3,000,000 downloads and counti

Awake in the World Podcast

Michael Stone

Obstacles as Traction

In this talk, Michael explains that the way we choose to view the obstacles we encounter in practice can either take us off the path, or allow us to use them as signposts that help us move forward. He argues that social action, spiritual practice and psychological awareness are all required if we wish to wake up.

Recorded on March 7, 2006.

Open Air with Cheri Huber

Cheri Huber

Open Air with Cheri Huber - January 18, 2022

This is the MP3 recording of Open Air with Cheri Huber from January 18, 2022.
Right-click this link to download the show: January 18, 2022

Won Buddhism Dharma Talks

Won Buddhism

Reluctance to Teach by Nate Jackson (Won JaySon)

With keen observation, Won Buddhist practitioner, Nate Jackson (Won JaySon), points out how an imbalance of the spiritual and material in our lives blocks our ability to be at peace with ourselves and the world. His journey writing a dharma talk is an invitation to join him on a journey of self-compassion - a medicine that can free us to release our self-critical mind.

Being Unlimited


Being Rooted in the Eternal with Peter Kingsley

In this episode, Adyashanti speaks with Peter Kingsley, an incomparable scholar of ancient philosophy and a first-class mystic, who has unparalleled knowledge and a compelling passion for the origins of western culture. Peter is also the author of five books including Reality and Catafalque: Carl Jung and the End of Humanity. Together, rooted in their deep love of truth and caring, they explore the tradition behind all traditions, how to anchor the transcendent in the world of time and space, the unexpected disruption that profound revelation can bring, and what it means to be rooted in the eternal. Topics Explored:  What Is Nonduality Being Truthful as The Way Our Approach to Spirituality The Tradition behind All Traditions Anchoring the Transcendent in the World Our Culture Is Starving for Authenticity The Inception of the Spiritual Search Facing the Collective Unconscious The Spiritual Instinct Peter Kingsley's website: Pe

Householders: American Life as Zen Practice

Silent Thunder Order

A conversation about American life as Zen practice. Through work, play, chores, hobbies, the intimacy of relationships, and the many rituals of household life, we can fully express the practice of Zen. The rigors may be different from the monastic path, but they are no less rigorous. Establishing this day-to-day life as the foundation of practice is the grand project of American Zen. Hosted by Inga Annie Wade and Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell, lay members of Atlanta Soto Zen Center, with occasional special guests from the sangha and beyond.

Dharma Ocean

Reggie Ray

Episode 274: For the Welfare of All – Part II

In the second part of this talk on the training of a Bodhisattva, Reggie discusses the last five of the six paramitas: discipline, patience, exertion, meditation, and wisdom. Through examples, he shows how the truth of each paramita is not necessarily what we might think. This talk was given at the 2003 Winter Dathün retreat […]

Thich Nhat Hanh NL

Thich Nhat Hanh NL

De zes mantra's van liefdevol spreken. 6. 'Je hebt deels gelijk.'

In het boek 'Spreken met liefde, luisteren met compassie' schrijft Thich Nhat Hanh in hoofdstuk vier over 'De zes mantra's van liefdevol spreken'.
In 8 podcasts komt dit hoofdstuk vier aan de orde. Vandaag de zesde mantra: 'Je hebt deels gelijk.'

Dhammatalks.org Short Morning Talks

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

Try Your Best

A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "Try Your Best"



《法華經》的人生智慧 第四集 (12之4)

第四集 (12之4):柔能克剛、外圓內方

BRN Podcast: Buddhist Recovery Network

Buddhist Recovery Network

Buddhist Recovery Podcast brings together teachers, leaders, and peers from different recovery lineages and approaches. Themes like addiction, mindfulness, sobriety, gratitude, compassion, stinking thinking and compulsive behaviors will be explored.

Ajahn Sona

Ajahn Sona

The Highest Blessings (6) - Finally Secure

Talk 6 from The Highest Blessings Virtual Retreat, recorded December 2021 at Birken Forest Monastery.

How to meditate | Guided Meditation and talks

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Openness of Attitude

This reflection was given by Ajahn Amaro on 19 October 2021 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.
The post Openness of Attitude appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Ajahn Sumedho Podcast by Amaravati

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

When Wisdom and Consciousness Come Together

This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 27 November 2021, last quarter moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It's an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati's YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The post When Wisdom and Consciousness Come Together appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Amaravati Podcast | Latest Dhamma Talks

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

When Wisdom and Consciousness Come Together

This Dhamma talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on 27 November 2021, last quarter moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. It's an audio version that was firstly published on Amaravati's YouTube channel during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The post When Wisdom and Consciousness Come Together appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Silent Thunder Order

The Secular Buddhist

Ted Meissner

Episode 336 :: Paul Keddy :: Darwin Meets the Buddha

Zen Community of Oregon Dharma Talks

Zen Community of Oregon

The Zen Whip - Hogen Bays, Roshi

Hogen Bays, Roshi
Ancient Way Sesshin
Great Vow Zen Monastery



《禪的理論與實踐》第十二集 (13之12)

第十二集 (13之12)
1. 禪與人間淨土
2. 禪與心靈環保
3. 生活,就是修行──禪與日常生活

Selected Talks on Buddhism and Meditation by the Karmapa

Selected Talks on Buddhism and Meditation by the Karmapa

How to Understand the Heart Sutra (Podcast Episode #017)

The Heart Sutra (Sanskrit Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya or Chinese 心經 Xīnjīng) is one of the most popular and important texts for understanding the Buddha's view of reality, especially throughout East Asia, Tibet, and now the Western world.

In 2016, the Gyalwang Karmapa traveled to New Delhi and gave an extensive teaching on the Heart Sutra at the request of disciples from around the world. This was the first time that the Karmapa had taught directly on a sutra as opposed to a commentary.
These profound and very detailed teachings auspiciously began on India's Independence Day and lasted for several days, covering topics such as history, line-by-line explanations, meditations, and even sessions where the Prajñāpāramitā Sutra was written out on paper in a calligraphy style.

A Buddhist Podcast

Jason Jarrett

A Buddhist Podcast - Gosho Reading - The Opening of the Eyes

Thank you for downloading the show! Today we read Part 7 of  7 of the reading of Nichiren Daishonin's famous treatise, The Opening of the Eyes. This part starts on page 279 of the Major Writings of Nichiren Daishonin Volume 1, if you want to follow along! You can also get a link to the PDF from the SGI USA Website

ReRooted with Francesca Maximé

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 61 – Sacred Plant Medicine with Sandor Iron Rope

Francesca Maximé and Sandor Iron Rope talk about the need for mindfulness and awareness around the use of sacred plant medicine in the psychedelic decriminalization movement.Sandor Iron Rope is the President of the Native American Church of South Dakota, and also a board member of the Indigenous Peyote Conservation Initiative. Learn more about and donate to the IPCI at ipci.life. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Undefended Dharma with Mary Stancavage

Mary Stancavage

Kisa Gotami: Grief, Loss, Community

The story of Kisa Gotami is one of the most famous in the Pali Canon. It's the story of a mother who loses her only child and is so overcome with grief she cannot accept reality. Mary discusses the lessons this story can teach us about touching our pain and the importance of recognizing that none of us are doing this by ourselves and that grief and loss are universal.Recorded Dec. 11, 2021 in the virtual world.

Merkaba Chakras

Von Galt

Welcome to Merkaba Chakras, where we talk Buddhism in the 5th dimension and beyond. Each enlightened episode is dedicated to helping you level up the energy field of your Merkabah. You can manifest the parallel reality that fits the best version of you. Popular topics are Buddhism, Wheel of Dharma, Nirvana, Samsara, Reincarnation. Starseed, Tulku, Golden Age of Interstellar Humanity, 5D Earth, Awakening, Ascension, Tips to Raise Your Frequency, Consciousness, Metaphysics, and 6th Senses. Join Buddhist author, Von Galt, and her guests as we dive deeper into the 5th dimension and beyond. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/merkabachakras/support

Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction

via dharmaseed.org

Jean Esther: Loving kindness practice with the "neutral person"

(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center) Description of the importance of working with a neutral person and strengthening the capacity of non-discriminating loving kindness. Includes a guided practice.

Becoming Buddha Cross River Meditation Center Podcast

John Haspel

Truth Of Happiness Dhamma Study Week 3 Four Noble Truths DT John Haspel

This is a recording from Cross River Meditation Center in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Our Dhamma classes are streamed live on Tuesday at 7:15 pm, Thursday at 2:15 pm, and Saturday at 8:30 am Eastern Us Time.   


 support  future recordings and the continued restoration, preservation, and presentation of the Buddha's Dhamma, please consider a donation: Support John and B ecoming-Buddha.com 


There are guided Jhana meditations, more than 300 restored Suttas, and 800 Dhamma class recordings at Becoming-Buddha.com


Each Dhamma class will have a Jhana meditation session followed by my Dhamma talk and Sangha discussion. We conclude with mindfulness of Metta.  

My talks and classes can be joined live:  

Through your web browse: https://zoom.us/j/9083919079 

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Zenways guided Zen meditations

Julian Daizan Skinner

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Portland Insight Meditation Community Dharma Talks


Dharma Talks from Robert Beatty and the Portland Insight Meditation Community. PIMC is an experiment in American Buddhism. The purpose of PIMC is to improve the lives of participants, their families and the greater community through meditative practice and a lifestyle that supports liberation from suffering, the awakening of wisdom, and the manifestation of compassion.



Ep. 21 – Non-duality and Bliss in Bön Tantra and Dzogchen

In this episode, Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche talks about the ideas of “non-duality” and “bliss” in Bön tantra and Dzogchen.
The post Ep. 21 – Non-duality and Bliss in Bön Tantra and Dzogchen first appeared on The Door to Bon.

Ancient Dragon Zen Gate Dharma Talks

Taigen Dan Leighton

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Houston Zen Center Dharma Talks

Houston Zen Center

Recorded Dharma Talks at the Zen Center.

Teaching Meditation

Upasaka Upali & Dr. Tucker Peck

Upasaka Upali: I Can't Remember How Many Intro Classes I've Taught

Upali talks about teaching intro courses vs advanced students, coping with the unfairness of the world, working with students' emotional wellbeing, and how to escape Garfunkel syndrome.Upasaka Upali is a Dharma teacher who aims to demystify meditation, provide tangible instruction, and create a rewarding experience for practitioners. Upali received transmission in a lineage that can be traced back to the Buddha through Namgyal Rinpoche (Ananda Bodhi), and he took his Upasaka vows in 2015. He has a degree from St. Olaf College and has studied Dharma and meditation with Tucker Peck, Ph.D. and Upasaka Culadasa. He was a founding member of the Open Dharma Foundation and also served as its founding Executive Director. He is the co-host of this podcast, as you assured know since you're listening to it.   You can learn more or contact him at upalimeditation.com.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/teac

Clouds in Water Zen Center

Clouds in Water Zen Center

Clouds in Water Zen Center - Awakening the Heart of Great Wisdom and Compassion

Hillside Hermitage Podcast

Hillside Hermitage Podcast

For old audio Dhamma talks see: https://www.hillsidehermitage.org/teachings/dhamma-talks/

Mindfulness Dhamma Teaching in English


Live Interpretation - Satisfied by Practice, Not Results - 10 Jan 2021 (en210110)

Ajahn Anan Podcast

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano

Refuge and Putting Down Burdens

2021.03.20 | We may think carrying a heavy block of gold will bring us happiness, but all we get is suffering, and there is no end to it. We all want lightness but pick up heaviness continuously. We carry burdens up until old age, sickness, and death, and then keep carrying it to the next birth as well. Seeing clearly the heavy object for what it is, we can realize lightness. To help realize this freedom, we go for refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha.

To join Ajahn Anan and the Wat Marp Jan Community online for daily chanting, meditation, and a Dhamma talk, you can email wmjdhamma@gmail.com for the link. Daily live sessions at 7pm - 9pm, Indochina Time (Bangkok, GMT+7).




Tiffany Lee 老師金剛般若波羅蜜經32品錄音

西藏生死书 |此生必读的奇书


愿此书能成为生者、濒临死亡者与亡者的解脱指南。愿此书能对所有读者有所助益,并引领人们迈向证悟的旅程。每晚8点准时更新,欢迎订阅收听!文字版请订阅微信公众号 : zwqazs...

Ordinary Zen Sangha - Dharma Talks

Will Rauschenberger

Podcasts of the Dharma Talks at the Ordinary Zen Sangha, a Zen Meditation Practice Center located in Sarasota, Florida. OZS is a non-profit organization made possible by donations from people like you.Thank you for listening,Will Rauschenberger, Abbot

Dhamma Talks (Part 1)

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

Pilgrimage: Death (5/5)

This talk was originally posted on Ven. Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu’s YouTube Channel during pilgrimage to India & Nepal in 2019. To watch this talk on YouTube kindly visit https://youtu.be/oTRiLMcQDYc .

LOVED: Mindful and Musical Perspectives on Daily Life

Eve Decker

Eve Decker, musician and Buddhist teacher, shares insights to support well being through current day reflections on Buddhist practices. Each short teaching is followed by an original song on the same topic.

南禅七日| 精读南怀瑾【静境】


南怀瑾|南禅-第一盘 本师成道与打七 1.1(1)

欢迎订阅新专辑:催眠禅话 | 古音六字养生诀调息助眠 佛说的经典最重要,论,是佛的弟子们,这些菩萨与尊者们,根据佛法的修持的著作。有些论著得非常了不起的,但是到底还是菩萨们,是尊者们的著作,不是本师释迦牟尼佛的,亲口所讲的原著。所以学佛,第一注意依经不依论。第二依法不依人,以佛法佛说的佛经的所讲的佛法为标准。真正学佛,所以我们皈依佛、皈依法,以佛所说的,这个留下来的记录,那叫做经典。经典是我们后人尊称它,实际上每一本佛经,都是本师释迦牟尼佛,在世的时候对话的讨论集,或者是这个菩萨提出问题啰,或者那个弟子提出问题啰,譬如大家都知道金刚经,是须菩提尊者为主体所提的问题,这种对话的记录下来,后世叫做经典。那么这一种经典就叫做佛法。所以佛法,法字的意思,佛法这个法字的意思包括什么呢?一切事,事实。一切理,一切道理。一切事,一切理,综合拢来就叫做法。什么叫一切事呢?譬如我们学禅打坐作功夫这是一个事实,等于我们普通讲中国话叫功夫,功夫就是一个事实,那不是理论能够讲的,譬如,两个腿能不能盘的起来,那是一个事实,所以事跟理配合起来这叫做法,就是佛法的法,不是普通法律那个法,所以依佛法不依人。老和尚故意捧我,什么善知识,老和尚话也靠不住,你们不要听,我更不是善知识,他是客气话。不要因为人的关系,要真正以真理为依归,第三依了义不依不了义。只有佛经里还有差别,有些佛经是不了义的经典。什么叫不了义?不彻底的,不究竟的。有些佛经是究竟。所以要依了义,彻底,了就是彻底。不依不了义,有些小乘的经典,甚至后世还有伪造的经典,靠不住的。但是诸位听了以后不要认为靠不住,看都不看,都要看,你看了知道那个是不对的。所以譬如有些人讲这是外道,我说你学过没有。外道我怎么学它。那你怎么晓得他是外不外呢?你知道了,才知道这个是外道。我们本师释迦牟尼佛,十九岁皇帝不当,跑去做和尚,出家了。他前面十二年,八、九年学的都是外道,因为他经过外道的修持了,晓得一切皆非,都不对了,不是正法,因此才在菩提树下,自己悟道的,这个是正法。现在讲依了义不依不了义,顺便带到告诉大家这个观念。第四句话依智不依识。真正学佛学道,要靠高度的智慧,不是靠脑筋,或者是读的书、常识与思想来的。譬如大家都学佛都晓得

The Wisdom Seat

The Wisdom Seat

The Wisdom Seat is a group of Buddhist teachers and practitioners residing in the Mid-Atlantic region who host spiritual teachers, sponsor meditation retreats and offer support to those on the Buddhist path. Visit us at thewisdomseat.org Drawing on the profound view of the Kagyu-Nyingma and Rimé traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, The Wisdom Seat seeks to bring these spiritual traditions into our modern-day life – cultivating healthy relationships between teachers and students and reliably transmitting the Buddhist teachings to others.

Austin Zen Center Dharma Talks

Austin Zen Center

The Monastic Life - A Journey to Tassajara Zen Mountain Center

Pat Yingst, Dharma Talk, Saturday 08 January 2022, Austin Zen Center

Eiryu-ji Zen Center Dharma Talks

Eiryu-ji Zen Center

Mumonkan Case 23, "Neither good nor evil"

Dharma talk by Eran Junryu Vardi Roshi of Eiryu-ji Zen Center in Wyckoff, NJ, USA on 1/23/22

Buddhahood Podcasting

Rachel Rizal

The Heart of the Lotus Sutra, Daisaku Ikeda pgs. 30-34

President Toda's understanding of how to regard suffering and joy as facts of life and substituting "faith" for "wisdom".


This episode is sponsored by
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Change your life with True Buddhism

Steve Davies with Hiro Enoki

A co-hosted podcast on True Buddhism.This series shares some of the experiences manifested through True Buddhism & how it can be used in everyday life to literally change your life. Steve Davies is joined by Hiro Enoki to explore what True Buddhism is about and how it's teachings based on The Lotus Sutra are conducted by its practitioners.

The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah - Audiobook

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Part 1 – Ch13 – Our Real Home

These are the recordings of the complete collection of all the talks by Ajahn Chah that have been translated into English and are published in 'The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah', 2011. This was read by Ajahn Amaro during the winter of 2012
The post Part 1 – Ch13 – Our Real Home appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Meditation x Attachment with George Haas

George Haas

Metta Vipassana and the Organization of Practice

Our first podcast of the year! On this episode we continue a discussion of Metta Vipassana and trace the history of meditation in the West beginning with the first generation of teachers during the Original Hippie Times (OHT). 
Recorded 1/13/2022
Join our daily Morning Meditation at patreon.com/mettagroup to help commit to your practice!

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)

Rochester Zen Center

Dharma talks by Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede and others. Roshi Kjolhede is abbot of the Rochester Zen Center and Dharma heir of Roshi Philip Kapleau.

Systematic Theology


Who is God 2

Dr. Oliphint on the Doctrine of God

Institute of Buddhist Studies Podcast

Various: Institute of Buddhist Studies

Mara Re-imagined: Stories of the ‘Evil One’ in Changing Contexts, 2014 Numata Symposium

Narrative in Buddhist Texts, Practice and Transmission, an exploration of the significance of narrative in Buddhism from a variety of perspectives. Mara Re-imagined: Stories of the ‘Evil One’ in Changing Contexts by Dr. Michael D. Nichols, Saint Joseph’s College with response

The Buddhist Centre


423: FutureDharma Renewed! (The Buddhist Centre Podcast, Episode 423)

A full Dharma life: you can come to it from anywhere, and it will lead you in unimagined ways... From the investment banking hothouses of the City of London, to visionary experiences in a field with Green Tara and the Chemical Brothers at the Glastonbury Festival, here are stories told by a team of people dedicating their work to setting up conditions for a future where the great hope of the Buddhist path is available to all.

We hear why connecting across cultures and geographies is a practice of love and trust that's worth making your life's work, dissolving isolation and loneliness one connection at a time. If you think you know what fundraising is or who FutureDharma are—think again! This is how we really change the world: story by story, person by person. And a myriad of inspiring projects are born to renew the heart of a community.

This is One World. Together we are One Sangha.

Dharma Talks at Columbus KTC

Columbus KTC

One-hour Dharma Talks (many with Question and Answer sessions) by Lama Kathy Wesley and the Dharma Instructors of Karma Thegsum Choling Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Center in Columbus, Ohio. Talks emphasize daily life applications of traditional Tibetan teachings including the Six Perfect virtues, Karma, Rebirth, Compassion and Wisdom.

Satipaṭṭhāna / Satipatthana : The Direct Path to Realization by Analayo - Readings and comments by Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Chapter 12 – Dhammas: The Awakening Factors

This reading and comment, from chapter XII 'Dhammas: The Awakening Factors', sections 1, 2, 3, was given by Ajahn Amaro on 21 March during winter retreat 2016 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
The post Chapter 12 – Dhammas: The Awakening Factors appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Toward Light: Practical Buddhism for the Modern World

Kate Spina

Renouncing Multi-Tasking

In this episode I begin a series of talks on renunciation. For this episode I am specifically looking at the behavior of multi-tasking,  why it is a problem and how we can address it.

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Tenshin Fletcher Roshi

Monthly Dharma talks by Tenshin Fletcher Roshi at Yokoji-Zen Mountain Center. Yokoji is a year-round Zen Buddhist Training Center in the Southern Californian mountains.

Brooklyn Zen Center Audio Dharma Podcast

Brooklyn Zen Center

Audio dharma talks from the Brooklyn Zen Center. Our programs are offered free of charge and made possible by the donations we receive. If you would like to support Brooklyn Zen Center, please visit the “Giving” section of our website at brooklynzen.org.

BodhiHeart Podcast with Khenpo Sherab Sangpo

Bodhicitta Sangha | Heart of Enlightenment Institute

Four Dharmas of Gampopa [4]

དྭགས་པོ་་ཆོས་བཞི་ The Four Dharmas of Gampopa ༈ བློ་ཆོས་སུ་འགྲོ་བར་བྱིན་གྱིས་རློབས། ། lo chö su dro war chin gyi lop Grant your blessing so that my mind may turn toward the Dharma. ཆོས་ལམ་དུ་འགྲོ་བར་བྱིན་གྱིས་རློབས། ། chö lam du dro war chin gyi lop Grant your blessing so that the Dharma may become my path. ལམ་འཁྲུལ་བ་ཞིག་པར་བྱིན་གྱིས་རློབས། ། lam trul wa shyik par chin gyi lop Grant your blessing so that the path may clarify confusion. འཁྲུལ་པ་ཡེ་ཤེས་སུ་འཆར་བར་བྱིན་གྱིས་རློབས། ། trulpa yeshé su char war chin gyi lop Grant your blessing so that confusion may dawn as wisdom. Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage (bodhicittasangha.org), offers teachings and guided meditation on Gampopa’s prayer, The Four Dharmas of Gampopa. Please visit our website to learn more about Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, his teachings and for practice texts. This episode can be seen on Youtube.



EP14 - 佛教如何看待天災人禍?



Dhammagiri Buddhist Podcasts

Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage

Dhammatalks, Chanting, Precepts and Meditation with Ajahn Dhammasiha and other Experienced Senior Buddhist Monks in the Theravada Forest Tradition of Ajahn Chah. Recorded at Dhammagiri Forest Hermitage, Brisbane, Australia. NEXT LIVE PODCASTS: For joining the Live Podcasts you have to download the castbox app here: https://castbox.fm/download We're simultaneously livestreaming the Saturday morning and Sunday noon sessions on video here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJINt0JJBfFm_x0FZcU9QJw Every Saturday 07.30 am - Triple Refuge & Precepts 12.00 pm - Dhamma-Discussion, Q&A Every Sunday: 12.00 pm - Dhamma Talk & Discussion 03.00 pm - Chanting, Guided Meditation and Dhamma-Reflection https://www.dhammagiri.net/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJINt0JJBfFm_x0FZcU9QJw www.facebook.com/dhammagiri-forest-hermitage www.tinyletter.com/dhammagiri

혜안스님의 불교명상 가이드


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Dharmabytes from free buddhist audio

Free Buddhist Audio

Loosening Boundaries

What is another person? Vijayamala helps us to see how our assumptions impact our ability to see others clearly. Creating spaces for things to unfold in our relating to others is a practice of mindfulness. From the talk entitled Love Without Illusions, part of the series Four Dimensions of Awareness, given at Cambridge Buddhist Centre, 2016. *** Subscribe to our Dharmabytes podcast:  On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts Bite-sized inspiration three times every week. Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast:  On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts A full, curated, quality Dharma talk, every week. 3,000,000 downloads and counting! Subscribe using these RSS feeds or search for Free Buddhist Audio or Dharmabytes in your favourite podcast service! Help us keep FBA Podcasts free for everyone: donate now! Follow Free Buddhist Audio: YouTube  |  Instagram  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Soundcloud  


Nalanda Publishing



Myanmar Dhamma

Aung Ye Lwin

Sharing Buddha's Dhamma

Original Buddha's Teachings

Ven. Dhammavuddho

This podcast provides Dhammatalk from Bhante Dhammavuddho. The talks will be available in Hokkien, English or Mandarin according to the time when the talk was delivered. This podcast is made to extend Bhante's effort in preserving original Buddha's Teachings. Please note the prefix in the title. "HOK" for Hokkien Dhamma Talk. "MND" for Mandarin Dhamma Talk. "ENG" for English Dhamma Talk

Mindfulness of Breath Meditation for Beginners

Lisa Dale Miller, MFT

Mindfulness of Breath Meditation

This recording provides step-by-step instruction for beginning meditators in mindfulness of breath meditation. This practice is based upon Buddha's teachings from the Anapanasati Sutta.
Lisa Dale Miller, MFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist, specializing in Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy, in private practice in Los Gatos, CA. She has been a yogic and vipassana meditation practitioner for more than 30 years. Ms. Miller is a teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression Relapse Prevention (MBCT), Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) and has created a Mindfulness-Based Dialectical Behavior Therapy (MBDBT) program, which integrates mindfulness meditation practices with DBT's cognitive-behavioral emotion regulation skills.

The Buddhist Philosophy Podcast

Tom Burdge

ธรรมะบ้านสบายใจ โดย ท่านจิตโต

Thamma-BanSabaijai.org, fb.me/Thamma.BanSabaijai.org

พระเมตตาพร : วันที่ ๑๘ เมษายน ๒๕๖๔ (เปิดเสียงบันทึก - เสียงธรรมที่แสดงไว้เมื่อวันที่ ๗ เมษายน ๒๕๖๒)

 ๑๘ เม.ย. ๖๔-พระเมตตาพร (เปิดเสียงบันทึก - เสียงธรรมที่แสดงไว้เมื่อวันที่ ๗ เมษายน ๒๕๖๒)620407_06_%E0%B8%9E%E0%B8%A3%E0%B8%B0%E0%B9%80%E0%B8%A1%E0%B8%95%E0%B8%95%E0%B8%B2%E0%B8%9E%E0%B8%A3.mp3

Story of Buddha

Story of Buddha

48 | Dharma For Children | Part 8

In this episode of Story of Buddha, Alana is reading a Dharma for Children book.  I hope you enjoy this episode.  If you enjoy make sure to share with friends and rate 5-stars on Apple Podcasts!


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သီတဂူဆရာတော် အရှင်ဉာဏိဿရ ပရိတ်တရားတော်များ

Yeyint Aung

ရတနသုတ္တန် (သီတဂူဝတ်ရွတ်စဉ်)

หลวงปู่ดูลย์ อตุโล


ธรรมะบรรยาย โดยหลวงปู่ดูลย์ อตุโล วัดบูรพาราม อ.เมือง จ.สุรินทร์ : เช่น จิตคือพุทธะ, เจริญปัญญา, เทศน์ครั้งสุดท้าย, วิธีเจริญจิตภาวนา, หลวงปู่ดูลย์ตอบปัญหาจิตภาวนา ฯลฯ

The Lotus in the Fire

Joseph Bobrow

We live in times of danger and uprising. Buddhist principles and practices are a rich source of insight, transformation, perspective and peace. What is compassionate action in the midst of injustice, brutality, and ignorance? The lotus grows from recycled refuse. We use all of what we experience—from despair to anger, from grief to love— to transform anguish and protect all beings. Join me, Joseph Bobrow, for lively, in-depth, personal conversations, as we realize the lotus in the midst of a world on fire.

Vintage Retreat Talks Volume 2

Ajahn Kalyano

Buddhist teachings on mindfulness and meditation given by Ajahn Kalyano, a senior monk of the Ajahn Chah Thai Forest Tradition and abbot of Buddha Bodhivana Monastery near Melbourne, Australia. For more information, visit www.buddhabodhivana.org

Buddhism and activism

Lisa Dale Miller MFT

Listen to a dharma talk I gave at Marin Sangha on November 27, 2016. 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.

Mindfulness Outreach Initiative


Weekly Dharma talks from the teachers of Mindfulness Outreach Initiative (MOI) Omaha. Located in Omaha, Nebraska, MOI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Insight Meditation organization providing meditation instruction rooted in teachings of ethics, compassion, and wisdom. MOI offers weekly in-person and online meditation, retreats, and study groups. Through diverse community outreach efforts MOI works to make meditation and mindfulness training accessible to all.

Amaravati Chanting - Parittas and Suttas

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Suttas – Anatta Sutta – Introduction (see extra booklet)

Parittas and Suttas as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Amaravati Publications
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Dharma Dates

Sidni West

A meditation podcast

Sunday Talks 2010

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Jeff Myers and Brian Warren's Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church Woodstock

Jeff Myers and Brian Warren

These are the weekly lessons for Jeff Myers and Brian Warren's Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Georgia. Sunday School Class is held each Sunday at 9:30am in Magnolia Room A of the Main Worship Center.

Mangala Shri Bhuti - The Link

Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche and students

The Link #1: Three Goals of a Practitioner: String-Free Kindness, Freedom from Self-Concern and Stability in the Nature

Zencare Podcast


Stop Chasing! Our Cultural Belief in Choice | Dai En Friedman

“If you just surrender your life to the dharma, then you no longer have to worry what the future will bring. You will bring forth the future out of your surrender. Just drink tea and the dharma will come to you. You don’t have to chase it. It is chasing you.” —Sandra Jishu Holmes Roshi […]
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The 12 Steps and Buddhism - from Judith Ragir and others

Judith Ragir

2018-1-12 No Escape- led by Judith (January 12, 2018, Minnesota Zen Meditation Center, Mpls, MN)

Talk given during a 12 Steps and Buddhism retreat held on January 12, 2018 at Minnesota Zen Meditation Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Speaker: Judith Ragir

License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

หลวงพ่อปราโมทย์ ปาโมชฺโช วัดสวนสันติธรรม


[คลิปสั้น] จิตที่พ้นแรงดึงดูด หลวงพ่อปราโมทย์ ปาโมชฺโช 8 ม.ค. 65 (650108)

Living Zen Podcast

Ven. Eshu Martin

Letter to Sangha and Supporters - June 2017

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 discussing over the past eight months as part of the 2017 strategic planning process.   Some of you are already familiar with Zenwest’s current model, while for others this is new information. To ensure that everyone has access to the background information to help you understand the history and context for our proposed changes, we have included as an appendix to this letter an overview of the developments in Zenwest that led to the current model, written by Eshu Osho who provides his perspective from 22 years of practicing with Zenwest and 13 years as Abbot.   The model that Zenwest has

Ajahn Amaro Podcast by Amaravati

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Day 1 – Talk – Four Noble Truths and Dependent Origination

This is a compilation of the retreat given by Ajahn Amaro from 3-5 September 2021 at Amaravati Retreat Centre, UK.
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Kou Sopheap's Podcast

Kou Sopheap

Mental health

Buddhist Chanting

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano

108 Itipiso – The Recollection of the Buddha | Ajahn Anan

Bodhi Light Tales

Fo Guang Podcast

120 - Aniruddha’s Heavenly Vision

Aniruddha’s untiring efforts in practice eventually led him to lose his eyesight. After that he faced difficulties in his daily life. How did the Buddha help Aniruddha?
Illustration: Wai Choo Kok (韋曹掬)


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Death and Dying Retreat by Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Day 6c – Evening Sharing with all retreatants

This is a compilation of the Death and Dying retreat given from 2-10 July (2012) at the Retreat Center of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery. www.amaravati.org
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Prajna Fire

Integrating the Dharma teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni from the perspective of the Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, by cultivating familiarity with prajna, or precise knowing, in progressively subtle degrees. Join us as we listen to a Dharma teaching, contemplate it through conversation and song, and engage in guided meditation. New episodes on full moon days (USA Mountain Time). May all beings benefit! EMAIL sparks@prajnafire.com VISIT prajnafire.com/sparks @prajnasparks on Facebook Instagram Twitter Lama Yeshe @karmayeshechodron Lama Zopa @karmazopajigme Tania Israel @drtaniaisrael

Open Question

Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel

OQ 209 - The Beloved Community

Marc Andrus is the Bishop of  the Episcopal Diocese of California. His leadership is focused on key issues related to peace and justice, civil rights, and the environment. Bishop Andrus has just released a new book: Brothers in the Beloved Community: The Friendship of Thich Nhat Hanh and Martin Luther King Jr.  In this interview, Elizabeth and Bishop Marc discuss the powerful connection between spirituality and activism, the nature of interdependence, and bodhisattvas in our world.

Cuke Audio Podcast

David Chadwick

Cuke Audio Podcast is an offering from Cuke Archives, "Preserving the legacy of Shunryu Suzuki and those whose paths crossed his," and various other related and unreatied materials.

Abhayagiri Talks


Ignorance and Craving

Ajahn Ñāṇiko discusses ways to deal with desire and dissatisfaction.
This talk was offered on December 25, 2021 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

Daily Zen

Charlie Ambler

est. 2008 "The good life is as simple as paying attention."

Intro to Buddhism

Venerable Phuntsok

2011-09-11 - Intro to Buddhism

2011-09-11 - Intro to Buddhism taught on Sept. 11, 2011 as part of the series Intro to Buddhism

Urban Dharma NC Podcast

Urban Dharma NC

FEATURED AS "NEW & NOTEWORTHY" BY APPLE 2013-2014 *** Urban Dharma NC is a new Buddhist center, a community-in-progress in western North Carolina. We are committed to the growing of Dharma, for Dharma to take roots in our lives here in this corner of the world, in this part of North Carolina, on the soil of these Appalachian mountains. Our motto "Changing Minds, Transforming Cities" expresses the vision of living the transformative teachings of the Buddha in a contemporary, urban context where we ground our lives in Dharma. Urban Dharma NC emphasizes integrating rather than compartmentalizing, engaging rather than retreating, communing rather than isolating. *** We believe that Buddhist teachings have much to offer, not only to those who self-identify as Buddhist, but more fundamentally to all who seek to live intentional, compassionate, and balanced lives. And we believe that we can do this best when we have a community that is welcoming open and supportive. *** Introductory topics include: meditation, mindfulness, stress reduction, Tibetan Buddhism, Chinese Buddhism *** Advanced topics include: Vajrayana, the Drikung Kagyu tradition, Chod, Milarepa, Tara, and more. *** Please report any issues with the podcast to urbandharmapodcast@gmail.com *** You may visit our website and donate via PayPal to support our work at http://tiny.cc/udncpodcast

Stillness Flowing (audiobook)

Ajahn Jayasaro

46 Stillness Flowing: Luang Por

Luang Por
by Ajahn Jayasaro

You were a fountain
of cool stream water
in the square of a dusty town,
and you were the source of that stream,
on a high, unseen peak.
You were, Luang Por, that mountain itself,
but variously seen.
Luang Por, you were never one person,
you were always the same.
You were the child laughing
at the Emperor’s new clothes, and ours.
You were a demand to be awake,
the mirror of our faults, ruthlessly kind.
Luang Por, you were the essence of our texts,
the leader of our practice,
the proof of its results.
You were a blazing bonfire
on a windy, bone-chilled night:
How we miss you!
Luang Por, you were the sturdy stone bridge,
we had dreamed of.
You were at ease
in the present
as if it were your own ancestral land.
Luang Por,
you were the bright full moon
that we

Ajahn Amaro - 13 Day Retreat 2012

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Luangpor Paisal Visalo‘s Podcast (ธรรมะ จาก หลวงพ่อไพศาล วิสาโล)



28 ม.ค. 65 - จับหลักได้ก็เจริญสติถูก : บางคนเป็นทุกข์เวลามีความคิดไม่ดีเกิดขึ้นทำไมเราคิดชั่วแบบนี้ ทำไมเราคิดได้แบบนี้ ที่จริงความคิดไม่ใช่เรา เผลอหรือหลงไปคิดว่ามันเป็นเรา พอคิดว่าเป็นเรานี่ทุกข์เลย ทุกข์เพราะว่าเราคิดชั่วแบบนี้ได้ยังไง แต่ลองมองว่ามันไม่ใช่เรามันเป็นแค่สิ่งที่จรเข้ามา พอคิดแบบนี้เข้า มันก็ช่วยทำให้ดูมันโดยที่ไม่ไปยุ่งอะไรกับมัน แค่รู้ซื่อๆ แล้วมันก็จะหายไป

จะทำอย่างนี้ได้มันต้องรู้หลักว่า สติมีไว้เพื่ออะไรหรือทำหน้าที่อะไรและจะเกิดขึ้นได้อย่างไร ถ้าไม่รู้หลักมันก็ทำผิดมาฝึกสติเพื่อจะเอาความสงบโดยที่หมายถึงไม่คิดอะไรเลย แสดงว่าไม่รู้หลัก แล้วยิ่งพอไปกดข่มความคิด ไปห้ามจิตไม่คิดให้มันก็ยิ่งทำให้เข้ารกเข้าพงไปเลย แล้วก็จะมาบ่นว่า ทำไมปฏิบัติแล้วฟุ้งเหลือเกิน อันนี้เพราะไม่เข้าใจธรรมชาติของจิตและพอจับหลักไม่ได้ก็ปฏิบัติผิด แต่ถ้าเราปฏิบัติถูกก็จะค่อยๆ เข้าถึงสิ่งที่เราเพียรพยายามที่จะบรรลุหรือทำให้เกิดขึ้น 

Pine Wind Zen Community Audio

Pine Wind Zen Community

Pine Wind, Jizo-an Monastery, is home to Seijaku Roshi an American Zen Master and Founder of The Zen Society, a 501c3 non-profit organization NJ 1985, and the main house of The Order of the Great Lights. http://www.jizo-an.org ​ Since 2000 Pine Wind has been a refuge for thousands of persons from all walks of life, cultures, and religious affiliations, offering a diversity of programs including training in (Zen) Mindfulness Meditation, inspirational and educational seminar's and workshops, and a Formal Zen Training Program for home practitioners, as well as monthly educational events and seminars designed for Inter-faith dialogue.

Gaia House: dharma talks and meditation instruction

via dharmaseed.org

Gaia House is a meditation retreat centre offering silent meditation retreats in the Buddhist tradition. We warmly welcome people of every age, ethnicity, cultural heritage and religious background, socio-economic group, sexual orientation and gender identity, and we are actively working to investigate and remove barriers to inclusion. Join us in to explore the teachings of the Buddha, guided by experienced Dharma teachers from all over the world.

Chan Audiobooks

Chan Meditation Center

Thinking without Purpose - by Chan Master Sheng Yen (From Tea Words Vol. One)

[Thinking without Purpose] From Tea Words Vol. One
By Chan Master Sheng Yen / Narrated by Yingshyan Ku
Tea Words is an archived edition of Master Sheng Yen’s early teachings in the West. It contains 50 selected articles published in two volumes. It speaks of the attitude one should have to practice Chan correctly.

Shin Buddhist Sangha Services


Here you can listen to the weekly Sangha services given by Rev. Dr. Takashi Miyaji.

企鹅妈妈Alice | 为你读经


般若波罗密多心经 2021版

The Tattooed Buddha

The Tattooed Buddha

The Tattooed Buddha strives to be an open space for the author’s authentic voice. So while not necessarily Buddhist, we are offering a dialogue that is aware and awake to the reality of our present day to day, tackling issues of community, environment, and compassionate living. Join the dialogue with co-founders Ty H. Phillips and Dana Gornall, as well as co-hosts Daniel Scharpenburg and John Pendall in their discussions on religion, culture, spirituality, politics and more.

Buddhist Voices


37: Amarapushpa and Chandrasiddhi - Finding a Practical Sense of Wholeness

“I had been looking for so long.  And then I saw my first woman Order Member. And that was like the ‘fourth sight’… that inspired me to go for refuge. (Amarapushpa)

“It’s not something that has to do with ideas and concepts… It’s about more practical wholeness, with your heart. (Chandrasiddhi)

Grabación en inglés y español | Recording in English and Spanish


Amarapushpa, a lawyer from New York, found her way to Buddhism and, eventually, to England to live a life of service through her Dharma practice, engaging especially with women. She speaks and works in both English and Spanish.

Chandrasiddhi from México City has followed her heart from childhood wonderings about the nature of reality through a philosophy degree, and on into full-time Buddhist life and practice. She was among a pioneering group of Latin American women ordained by other

ธรรมะเบาๆ สบายๆ ฟังชิลๆ cozy cozy


เคาต์ดาวน์น่ะแค่ปีใหม่ แต่เค้ามีธรรมะดีๆ มาให้ไง forever ><

สำหรับท่านที่คิดว่ากำลังมองหา New Year Resolution ธรรมะวันนี้เผื่อเป็นข้อคิดดีๆ ในการตั้งเป้าหมายให้ปีต่อไป เราได้เดินหน้ากันด้วยกันอย่างมีความสุขครับ

Zen Center of Syracuse Hoen-ji: Dharma Talks

Zen Center of Syracuse Hoen-ji

Melbourne Buddhist Centre

Melbourne Buddhist Centre

Ethics | Meditation | Wisdom

Buddha's guide to Happiness

Jethavanarama Buddhist Monastery

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 this series as we make a somewhat unorthodox exploration into the ‘Philosophy of Happiness’.

New Books in Buddhist Studies

Marshall Poe

Ian Reader and John Shultz, "Pilgrims Until We Die: Unending Pilgrimage in Shikoku" (Oxford UP, 2021)

Ian Reader and John Shultz's Pilgrims Until We Die: Unending Pilgrimage in Shikoku (Oxford University Press, 2021)" explores the Shikoku pilgrimage by focusing on the themes of repetition and perpetual pilgrimage. Reader and Shultz employ a wide array of methods to portray how these itinerant pilgrims view their unending life on the trails. Some spend most of their life walking the pilgrimage, while others use cars and other methods of modern transportation, allowing them to complete the circuit hundreds of times. The Shikokubyō or the Shikoku illness is a common term that people use to describe a sense of addiction to the pilgrimage, revealing how the pilgrimage has become a part of their life. Based in extensive fieldwork this book shows that unending pilgrimage is the dominant theme of the Shikoku pilgrimage, and argues that this is not specific to Shikoku

Ask a Monk (Part 1)

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

This is the first part of a collection of answers given by Ven. Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu regarding various questions related to a Buddhist and/or Satipatthana Meditation practitioner on his YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/yuttadhammo. Ven. Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu is a Canadian-born Theravada Buddhist monk, ordained in 2001 under the guidance of Venerable Ajaan Tong Sirimangalo. He has taught meditation courses in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition since 2003 and gives online teachings via YouTube, as well as Dhamma talks to both intensive meditators and by invitation to the general public.

Knot Zen


Calling the Attendant

Village Zendo Teacher Talks

Village Zendo Teacher Talks

Dharma talks on Zen Buddhism from the Village Zendo in New York City.

Common Ground Meditation Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction

via dharmaseed.org

Common Ground is a community meditation center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota dedicated to the practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness meditation is the practice of waking up to the present moment and learning to be open and at ease with the unfolding conditions of life. With practice, mindfulness reveals deep wisdom, compassion, and intimacy with all things. More info about Common Ground at commongroundmeditation.org

Zenbitchslap Talks

Paul H.

Jan 1st 2022 - Non Duality

Seeing It, That You Are Not That Which Believes It Has Left

Easing Awake with Doug Kraft

Doug Kraft

Sifting through the earliest records of the Buddha's talks, we find a simple, elegant, and powerful practice. When he died, his teaching became an “ism”, Buddhism. As it spread into other countries, cultures, and eras his teachings or “map” was copied and re-copied. Shortcuts and alternatives were added and deleted. Compared to the versions of his teachings most widely known, his original meditation emphasized: Tranquility: an open, receptive awareness favored over highly focused, one-pointed concentration; Simplicity: loving kindness, serenity and insight all integrated rather than treated as separate practices; Stages: the practice matures through stages, each of which builds upon and goes beyond earlier stages (or “jhana”); Ease: relaxing as more important than striving. These podcasts are dedicated to this approach to meditation and daily living. I call it “easing awake.”

Dalai Lama (Audio)


The Value of Education Ethics and Compassion for the Well-Being of Self and Others - Dalai Lama

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, becoming the first Nobel laureate to be recognized for his concern for global environmental problems. This keynote address from the UC San Diego’s 2017 commencement ceremony centers on the power of compassion and finding happiness in life. He urges the graduates to use their knowledge to better the world in peaceful ways.
Series: "Dalai Lama" [Humanities] [Education] [Show ID: 32607]

Kalu Rinpoche

Kalu Rinpoche

Mahakala Tchadrupa part 2

In this second episod extracted out of a teaching in Palden Shangpa La Boulaye (France) about the protector Mahakala Tchadrupa, Kalu Rinpoche gives us a second tip on what are what we call visions, and how we must distinguish them from our own imagination.

Bernie Glassman at Upaya

Upaya Zen Center

This podcast features Roshi Bernie Glassman's teachings at Upaya over the years and is a memorial series honoring his profound Zen teachings and socially engaged work in the world.



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Young Urban Zen SF

San Francisco Zen Center

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Lama Taboot

Lama Taboot

Two Phish kids ended up in the same Tibetan Buddhist three- year retreat. Now lamas, they discuss common lessons from the meditation cushion to summer tour.

Alan Wallace Live from Phuket!

B. Alan Wallace

This is an archived podcast, recorded by Alan's students to upload teachings from his 8-Week Shamatha exploration in Phuket. It was recorded live in Spring 2010. For more info, email info@sbinstitute.com

Another Finger

Another Finger

Taking what we learn on the cushion and applying it to daily life. A simple guide to becoming mindful in everything we do. Through a mindful meditation practice we can be happy and healthy. We can learn to have love and compassion for all living things, including our beautiful collective home, this planet. Another finger pointing to the moon. https://www.anotherfinger.com

karmamind's podcast

Karma Mind

A meditation podcast rooted in Buddha's beautiful teachings.


Treeleaf Zendo

January 2022 Zazenkai Talk (Our 2021-2022 NEW YEAR’s EVE 4-hour Treeleaf ZAZENKAI - Vimalakirti Sutra Series)

Today's Talk will reflect on more magical happenings from the Vimalakirti Sutra. Pull up a chair for a little reading of a magical tale, as Vimalakirti arranges the furniture ... Chapter 6: BEYOND COMPREHENSION

Further reading and discussion for this talk are available on the Treeleaf forum:

Dharma Talk 2.0

One Mind Dharma

Dharma Talk 2.0 is the new Dharma Talk podcast from One Mind Dharma. After a hiatus, we are back, and ready to talk all things dharma. Every week, we will have conversations about mindfulness, compassion, and more.



Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Lion-Faced Guru Podcast - Pragmatic Vajrayana & Dzogchen From the West

Pemako Buddhism

The Lion-Faced Guru Podcast is all about bringing Joy and Practicability back to Buddhism and the nondual path to Liberation in general.

Recorded Talks

One Mind Dharma

These are recorded talks from our online and in-person meditation groups. This podcast features dharma talks on a variety of Buddhist topics.

Commentary on the Diamond Sutra in a world of AI.

David James

These podcasts are discussions on the #DiamonSutra and its relevance in a world that will be dominated by Artificial Intelligence. The Diamond Sutra offers lessons on Illusion and Perception. Can it still be relevant, when the computer becomes so dominant that our jobs and functions are taken over by computers or bio-engineered robots and subsequently humankind becomes superficial?This could be the pivotal question of our times. What if thinking machines outthink us? What if robots do our work? Have you asked yourself, where is your real essence, your true identity in this networked environment and the TechnoUtop[a that we seem to want?If you are one of those that appreciate thought grenades that disrupts collective or group mindset I would appreciate if you can go to The Art of Dying page and support this effort. Or at the least, please share this.

Montreal Zen Center Podcast


Teishos by Albert Low, Zen Master of the Montreal Zen Center. A teisho is a talk given by the Teacher. This talk comes straight from his own understanding and life experience. A talk is not meant to entertain nor to inform but is directed to your own longing to 'know'. In order for a teisho to be received correctly one must listen with the same attention the talk is given. We hope this series of teishos (talks) given by Roshi Albert Low will help introduce you to Zen practice. Our Center, located in Montreal, Canada, follows a Zen Buddhist practice in the Sanbo Kyodan lineage (Roshi Phillip Kapleau, Yasutani Roshi, Harada Roshi). It combines both Rinzai and Soto practice (i.e. koan-based practice with breath/focus meditation).

Budismo en Español

Drepung Loseling México

Mantra de Avalokiteshvara recitado 1080 veces por Gueshe Sherab Choephel. (Avanzado)

Mantra de Avalokiteshvara recitado 108 veces por Gueshe Sherab Choephel.(Avanzados)


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Fall 2014 Shamatha, Vipashyana, Dream Yoga

B. Alan Wallace

This eight-week retreat will focus on three of the six transitional processes, namely: the Transitional Process of Living, with teachings on śamatha and vipaśyanā, the Transitional Process of Dreaming, with teachings on dream yoga, and the Transitional Process of Meditation with teachings on Dzogchen meditation. All these teachings will be based on the text The Profound Dharma of The Natural Emergence of the Peaceful and Wrathful from Enlightened Awareness Stage of Completion Instructions on the Six Transitional Processes, an “earth terma” of teachings by Padmasambhava, revealed by Karma Lingpa in the fourteen century. The English translation of this text has been published under the title Natural Liberation: Padmasambhava’s Teachings on the Six Bardos, with commentary by Gyatrul Rinpoche and translated by B. Alan Wallace.

Dharma Glimpses with Judy Lief

Judy Lief

Episode 46: Noticing and Questioning

So much of what happens on the Buddhist path depends on what we notice and what we question  •  the Buddha’s path to enlightenment began with noticing and questioning—noticing the stages and the challenges of life, noticing the pervasive nature of suffering  •  we have to examine for ourselves: why do we think and act the way we do, why is the world this way or that way, how can we move through our lives in a sane and compassionate way?  •  as a young boy, the Buddha noticed that as a plow turned over the earth in a field, the tiny beings that lived in the soil were completely disrupted  •  the Buddha was quite touched by this, and it led him to ponder deeply how to live lightly on this earth, and how to be of true benefit  •  in our own lives, realizing the far-reaching implications of whatever we do can be a catalyst for finding true connection and compassion, and can lead to an awakening of tenderness  •  how do we best live, how do we

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The Craft of Zen

Zentatsu Baker Roshi

Riffs, talks, and perhaps lectures of Zentatsu Baker Roshi, Dharma Heir of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, Founding Abbot and Head Teacher of Crestone Mountain Zen Center in Colorado and the Zen Buddist Study Center in Germany.

Sit, Breathe, Bow

Ian White Maher

Ian White Maher

This show is going on hiatus. I have taken a new job out west and I just won't have the time to keep it up. This has been a life-changing experience and I am so grateful to all of you.