Tara Brach

Tara Brach

The Three Steps of Letting Go

The Three Steps of Letting Go - A wonderful inquiry is, “What is between me and openhearted presence?” This talk explores the profound healing and transformation that arises when we release the blocks to our natural and loving awareness.

The Way Out Is In

Plum Village

True Love: Practicing in Relationship (Episode #31)

Welcome to episode 31 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. 

The presenters – Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Huu and journalist Jo Confino – are joined by lay Buddhist practitioner and artist Paz Perlman to talk about how mindfulness can support a healthy relationship: a core practice in Engaged Buddhism.

Paz Perlman is a Zen Buddhist practitioner and a visual artist, who regularly exhibits in the United States and Europe. She has studied with Thich Nhat Hanh for the past 15 years and is a member of the Order of Interbeing. In her artistic practice, she integrates Buddhist concepts such as impermanence, healing and transformatio

Heart Wisdom with Jack Kornfield

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 149 – Tending the Garden of the World, Tending the Garden of the Heart

Jack Kornfield reflects on dynamic Buddhist stories highlighting how we can tend the garden of the world by tending to the garden of our heart.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/heartwisdom "Stay connected to the best of these seeds. Take a moment to reflect: What is your highest intention—in your love relationship, in raising children, in doing your work? Your intention is part of the seed. Come back to it again and again to water it. What is your intention for this world?" – Jack KornfieldSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Secular Buddhism

Noah Rasheta

169 - 84000 Gates

In this episode, I will share my thoughts about the 84,000 gates and the notion of Emptiness. In the last 2 episodes, I shared my thoughts around Signlessness and Aimlessness and now I will share my thoughts around Emptiness.

The Lion’s Roar Podcast

Lion’s Roar Foundation

Coping with Racism and Guided Metta with Phoenix Soleil

Insight Meditation teacher Phoenix Soleil talks to Pamela Ayo Yetunde about dealing with racism, and how metta practice can help get you through.

Metta Hour with Sharon Salzberg

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 185 – Jacoby Ballard

Sharon welcomes social justice educator, yoga teacher, and author Jacoby Ballard to the Metta Hour for Episode 185.Jacoby has taught Queer and Trans Yoga since 2006. In 2008, he Co-Founded the Third Root Community Health Center in Brooklyn as a healing and social justice space. His first book, “A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation,” was released in 2021 from North Atlantic Books.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/mettaIn this conversation, Jacoby and Sharon discuss:• How Jacoby began his practice in high school & college• The release of Jacoby’s new book in the time of Covid• Applying dharma teachings to explore identity• The path of liberation for those targeted by systems of oppression • Addressing the trauma in the room• Noble silence versus silencing• Lovingkindness in Queer com

Insight Hour with Joseph Goldstein

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 126 – Essential Buddhism Part 3: Plato's Cave & The Four Ultimate Realities

The Insight Hour podcast's "Essential Buddhism" series returns with lessons we can learn from the parable of Plato’s Cave and the Buddhist teachings on the Four Ultimate Realities.This podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/insighthourContinuing a series of vintage lectures stemming from the infamous Naropa Institute Summer Sessions, this Dharma Talk from July 23rd, 1974 has Joseph Goldstein using the parable of Plato's Cave to help illuminate the Four Ultimate Realities outlined in Buddhism.This dharma talk from Joseph was originally published on Dharma Seed Catch the first part of this series: Essential Buddhism Part 1: Developing Our Field of AwarenessSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.co

Learn Buddhism with Alan Peto

Alan Peto

30 - Buddhist Temples

What is a Buddhist temple and how do you attend services in one?  In this episode, I'll talk about why we have Buddhist temples, how to find one, some examples of etiquette when going to one, the general layout and structure of a temple, and what to do if there is no temple near you.
Contact Alan:  https://alanpeto.com/contact 
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Get Alan's free eBook "Buddhism in 10 Steps": https://alanpeto.com/books/buddhism-10-steps


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Tricycle Talks

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review

Learning to Live Without a Self with Jay Garfield

We often hear about the Buddhist teaching of no-self. But what does it actually mean to live without a self? In his new book, "Losing Ourselves: Learning to Live Without a Self," scholar Jay Garfield argues that shedding the illusion of the self can actually make you a better person. Drawing from Buddhism, Western philosophy, and cognitive neuroscience, Garfield unpacks how the notion of self is not only wrong but also morally dangerous. Once we let go of this illusion, he argues, we can lead healthier and more ethically skillful lives.

In today’s episode of Tricycle Talks, Tricycle editor-in-chief James Shaheen sits down with Garfield to talk about the ethical perils of the self illusion, the freedom that can come from moments of selflessness, and how we can let go of our selves to reclaim our humanity.

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

The Wisdom Podcast

The Wisdom Podcast

Venerable Robina and Venerable Chokyi: Liberation Prison Project (#137)

This episode of the Wisdom Podcast, recorded live as a Wisdom Dharma Chat, features an interview with host Daniel Aitken and special guests Venerable Robina and Venerable Chokyi, discussing their work with the Liberation Prison Project. The Liberation Prison Project offers spiritual advice and teachings, as well as Dharma books and materials, to people in […]
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Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

Wendy Shinyo Haylett

Everyday Buddhism 69 - Thoughts on the Loss of My Teacher - Rev. Koyo Kubose

My teacher, mentor, and friend, Rev. Sunnan Koyo Kubose passed away suddenly last month. In his honor, I'm replaying Episode 20, a special interview with him, as the first of a series of episodes dedicated to honoring my teachers. It is through Bright Dawn and my Sensei, I learned how to bring Buddhism into the everyday. Listen as we discuss what the Bright Dawn Center of Oneness Buddhism and its Lay Ministry program is all about, from Rev. Koyo's perspective ... its historical influences, its mission, vision, and special niche as a program bringing the Dharma to everyone in an ordinary, everyday way. We'll talk about the balance of gratitude, humility, ambiguity, uncertainty, perfect studentship, and — most importantly — naturalness, in Bright Dawn and it's lay ministers, as they bring the Dharma to everyone. Support the podcast through the affiliate link to buy the book, Everyday Buddhism: Real-Li

The Zen Studies Podcast

Domyo Burk

199 - Is My Practice Languishing? If So, What Can I Do About It?

It’s not unusual for our practice to languish at times. “Languish” means to be or become weak or feeble, to lose vigor or vitality, to be subjected to neglect or prolonged inactivity. How do we recognize when our practice is languishing and revitalize it, without falling into the dualistic trap of striving? How do we avoid the trap of striving without then falling into the opposite trap of complacency?

Zen Mind

Zenki Christian Dillo

Effortless Effort

What exactly are we doing in zazen meditation? What kind of effort is necessary? This talk addresses the shift we are inviting when we sit still, and it explores three zazen instructions and how they are interrelated:

 Just sit.
 Think not-thinking.
 Counting the breath.

Welcome to Zen Mind!

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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 compassiona

Bob Thurman Podcast: Buddhas Have More Fun!

Robert A.F. Thurman

Climate Protests & Body Immolation: Remembering Wynn Bruce – Ep. 291

In this episode Robert Thurman opens with a recitation from Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth” to set the stage for an impassioned discussion of the global climate crisis, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the recent horrendous direct action protest by Wynn Bruce in front of the the U.S. Supreme Court.

Bob discusses the historical and philosophical context of the use of offering one’s body via fire to raise awareness, a positive reading of the symbolism of the yellow and blue of the Ukrainian national flag, the color use in Buddhist meditation practices and artistic iconography, and gets into the deep topic of nihilistic ideologies and their support of the way scientific materialist thought fuels the rapid industrial destruction of our planet's life-sustaining environment. He also shares a humorous reevaluation of the MAGA acronym.

This podcast concludes with an extended discussion of

The Zen Mountain Monastery Podcast

Zen Mountain Monastery

Why Do We Keep Doing the Things that Cause Us Suffering?

Bear Gokan Bonebakker, Senior Monastic and Dharma Holder - Zen Mountain Monastery, Sunday 02/13/2022 - With the teachings of Shantideva and the Paramita of Patience, Gokan offers us guidance to stay with our difficult experiences so we can better understand where our suffering arises. While uncomfortable, it is in these challenging times that we can cultivate and discover a peace and joy that is not dependent on anything, and find the path to all that we are.

Deconstructing Yourself

Michael W. Taft

Nondual Teachings of LinJi, with Shinzen Young

Host Michael Taft speaks with meditation master and neuroscience consultant Shinzen Young on the background and history of Zen Master LinJi (aka Rinzai, in Japanese), the meaning of his famous phrase "the authentic person," various aspects of nonduality, an unpacking of LinJi's Four-fold Analysis, as well as cessations, the current state of Shinzen's research, using ultrasound to change the brain, and how to equanimize the biggest curveballs life can throw at you. Shinzen Young is an American mindfulness teacher and neuroscience research consultant. His systematic approach to categorizing, adapting and teaching meditation, known as Unified Mindfulness, has resulted in collaborations with Harvard Medical School, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University of Vermont in the burgeoning field of contemplative neuroscience.https://www.shinzen.org/Contribute to Michael’s Patreon or directly to help fund



Dharmette: Kāya (5 of 5) The Liberated Body

This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.06.03 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA.
Video of this talk is available at: https://youtu.be/U1-evCAL86g?t=1781.
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/0Kr73DoQnrF85EUNMSKR1NdWDNU
For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org
If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/.
This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

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.

Jonathan Foust

Jonathan Foust

A Model for Somatic Inquiry

This talk explores the importance of cultivating somatic awareness and offers a model for practice.    You’ll learn about the importance of intention, what it means to cultivate the body as a friend and ally and you’ll get to try on a model for practice.

Guided Meditations

One Mind Dharma

Working with Thoughts

In today’s podcast episode, we’re talking about the wandering mind. Sometimes called “monkey mind,” this state of an active mind can seem difficult. An active mind is something all meditators face at times, especially when new to practice. It can be a major hindrance, preventing us from continuing or even starting. We’ll start by covering [...]
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The Road Home with Ethan Nichtern

Be Here Now Network

Ep. 70 – Ancestor Trouble with Maud Newton

Ethan Nichtern and Maud Newton discuss personal and collective origin stories, and how ancestral spirituality can help us heal generational trauma.Maud Newton is a writer and critic. She has written personal essays, cultural criticism, and fiction. Maud was born in Dallas, grew up in Miami, and graduated from the University of Florida with degrees in English and law. Eventually, she moved to Brooklyn, and for the past five years, she’s lived on Lenape Land in Queens. She started blogging in 2002 with the aim of finding others who were passionate about books, culture, and politics, and establishing an informal place to write about her life and family. Ancestor Trouble: A Reckoning and a Reconciliation (Random House, March 29, 2022), her first book, has been named one of Esquire’s best books of 2022. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sel

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

The Zen of Everything

Jundo Cohen & Kirk McElhearn

Episode 71: Zen in Space

Jundo announces a new beginning for the future of zen in the universe.
Treeleaf Zendo (https://www.treeleaf.org)
April 1 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/April_Fools%27_Day)
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 follow in Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-next-track/id1116242606) or your favorite podcast app, and please rate the podcast.

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.

AudioDharma: Gil Fronsdal's most recent dharma talks


Dharmette: Satipatthana (56) Sense Doors: Thoughts

This talk was given by Gil Fronsdal on 2022.04.08 at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA.
Video of this talk is available at: https://youtu.be/kUrEp7X-ihk?t=1791.
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/BnJV-uWqIO4HCwdr_Gc6NN5iTi4
For more talks like this, visit AudioDharma.org
If you have enjoyed this talk, please consider supporting AudioDharma with a donation at https://www.audiodharma.org/donate/.
This talk is licensed by a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License

Hardcore Zen


The Samadhi of Receiving and Using the Self

This is a lecture I gave in Vienna in 2018 about Dogen's famous essay "The Samadhi of Receiving and Using the Self."

Mindfulness Meditation Podcast

The Rubin Museum of Art

Mindfulness Meditation with Rebecca Li 06/06/2022

Theme: Transformation
Artwork: Wheel of Life; Tibet; 19th century; pigments on cloth; Rubin Museum of Art; Gift of Shelley and Donald Rubin;
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 19:18.

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 meditati

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.



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

Everyday Zen Podcast

Everyday Zen Foundation

Lives of Vow and Faith – Dogen’s Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon Talk 2

Chris Fortin and Jaune Evans give the second talk of the Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon series to the Dharma seminar on "Lives of Vow and Faith."  This talk references "Valley Sounds, Mountain Colors" Chapter 10 in Kazuaki Tanahashi's "Treasury of the True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's  Shobo Genzo, "Dogen's "Eihei Koso Hotsuganmon,"  Wendy Garling's  "The Women Who Raised the Buddha: The Extraordinary Life of Mahapajapati," and Zenju Earthlyn Manuela's writing "Darkness is Asking to be Loved" published in "Lion's Roar."


Diggin' the Dharma

Jon Aaron and Doug Smith

Diggin' the Dharma with Jon Aaron and Doug Smith is a relaxed discussion of the Buddhist dharma between friends. Jon's interest centers around practice, while Doug's centers around scholarship of the early material, so their approaches balance practice with study. Their discussions will be approachable to a broad audience of Buddhists and those curious about Buddhism, and they welcome questions and comments. Jon is a teacher at Space2Meditate and NY Insight Meditation Center and a well known teacher and trainer of teachers of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. Doug has a PhD in Philosophy and runs Doug's Dharma on YouTube and the Online Dharma Institute, where he gives courses on early Buddhism. Find them at: https://digginthedharma.com/

San Francisco Zen Center Dharma Talks

San Francisco Zen Center

Living In Vow: Zen Peace Precepts in a Time of War

The Fourteen Precepts of the Order of Interbeing were first written and transmitted by Vietnamese Zen Master and poet, Thich Nhat Hanh, in 1964; this Dharma talk celebrates the ongoing engaged Buddhist tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh who died this January, 2022, after living in vow as a zen monk for more than 80 years. 04/10/2022, Wendy Johnson, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.

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 Secular Buddhist

Ted Meissner

Episode 337 :: Shaila Catherine :: Beyond Distraction

Buddhism Guide

Yeshe Rabgye

Building Your Emotional Strength

When we are faced with challenging obstacles, we all cope in different ways, some face them head on, whereas others buckle under the pressure. It's important for us to find ways to build up our emotional strength.

What is emotional strength? It’s a type of response when reacting to emotional events in an open and vulnerable way, which allows us to find ways of dealing with the emotion and not getting all tangled up in it.

Do you have emotional strength?

Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye:

Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1

The Best Way to Catch a Snake - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00TEPZ…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1

Life's Meandering Path -

Ripples in the Stream - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B018GXN…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i4

Budh Ka Mukti Marg - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B071V9Y…f_rw

Urban Dharma

Kusala Bhikshu

Introduction to Buddhsim

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.

법륜스님의 즉문즉설


제2069회 직장 선배에게 배신을 당했습니다

#직장생활 #배신 #트라우마 행복학교 https://hihappyschool.com/ 정토불교대학 https://www.jungto.org/edu/junior/ 정토회 http://www.jungto.org   직장 선배에게 배신을 당했습니다

New Books in Buddhist Studies

Marshall Poe

On Buddhism, Adventures, and Cooking Ethics

Eric Ripert is chef and co-owner of Le Bernardin on 7th Avenue in Manhattan’s Theater District, author of the autobiography 32 Yolks: From My Mother’s Table to Working the Line from Random House, numerous cookbooks, and host of the television series AVEC Eric.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/buddhist-studies

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Learning How to Relax | Ajahn Brahm | 10 June 2022

Ajahn Brahm talks about how relaxation helps us to be more productive and happy.

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.

Mountain Cloud Zen Podcasts

Henry Shukman: Associate Master Sanbo Zen

Dharmatalk: Encounter of the Heart Retreat: Stop & See Q&A (Part 2 of 6)

To be able to hear the dharma is truly rare. To do so we must: Stop and see, sit still and let go. Description:  This is the Question & Answer

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


Sylvia Boorstein: Cultivating a Wonderful Mind

(Spirit Rock Meditation Center) Meditation & Dharma Talk

Insight Myanmar

Insight Myanmar Podcast

Contrasting Ukraine and Myanmar

On February 1st, 2021, General Min Aung Hlaing orchestrated a military coup in Myanmar. On February 24th, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized missiles and airstrikes as the first blow in his invasion of Ukraine. On today’s show, two very experienced and highly credentialed international relations experts compare and contrast these two crises: Hunter Marston, who speaks to the situation in Myanmar, and Emily Channell-Justice, who addresses the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
As neither Ukraine nor Russia are signatories to the International Criminal Court, Emily notes that it is up to the ICC to pursue its own charges. In Myanmar, Hunter explains that it is unlikely that the junta will own up to its genocide charge; he adds that the NUG might possibly cooperate with any investigation. Neither Russia, Ukraine, nor Myanmar have signed on to the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court, which defines genocide and other

Creativity, Spirituality & Making a Buck with David Nichtern

Be Here Now Network

David's View : "Who Am I?"

David Nichtern and Michael Kammers dive into a discussion on existence, perception, and temporality.This podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/beherenow“Impermanence definitely seems to be real in what appears to be this ever-shifting presence that is our portal of experience.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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

Dhammatalks.org Evening Talks

Thanissaro Bhikkhu


A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "Still"

Berkeley Zen Center Dharma Talks

Berkeley Zen Center Dharma Talks

The Practice of Hope

A talk given at Berkeley Zen Center on Saturday, June 4th 2022 by Hozan Alan Senauke.

Buddhism for Everyone with JoAnn Fox

JoAnn Fox: Buddhist Teacher

Episode 135 - Buddha-Nature

Buddha asserted that all living beings have Buddha-nature, a consciousness that is the seed of enlightenment. No matter how deluded someone is at this moment, they have within them the potential to become a fully enlightened being. Our nature is essentially pure and good (and empty of inherent existence). Even when it is raining, and clouds completely cover the sun, the clouds do not change the essential light-giving power of the sun. In the same way, the clouds of delusions like anger, greed, and ignorance do not change the pure nature of living beings.    If we are not yet enlightened, then, of course, we will sometimes “malfunction” with anger or other bad habits of mind. Rather than becoming discouraged or feeling like a bad person, we can have compassion for ourselves and try to relate to our Buddha-nature. If we train our minds, we can perfect the following six qualities and become an awakened being, just like Buddha did.    What are the Six

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.

Dhamma Talks (Part 1)

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

Deerhaven Retreat: Deepening the practice (7)

Deerhaven Retreat and Conference Center in Florida, USA.
Venerable Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu's teachings on the retreat.

Won Buddhism Dharma Talks

Won Buddhism

Mind the Gap: Realigning Our Habits by Paige Doster-Grimes

Do your actions always align with your wishes? This is the question Won Buddhist practitioner, Paige Doster-Grimes, explores in this bright and clear dharma talk. Using the curiosity of children as inspiration, she shows us how answering that question can aid our practice.

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]

Against The Stream

Noah Levine

Dharma talks and guided meditations at Against The Stream Meditation Center. Against The Stream is an American Buddhist lineage founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery.

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

Awake in the World Podcast

Michael Stone

The Secular Buddha: Part FIve

Martine Batchelor leads a meditation practice based on a Korean technique, using the question “What is this?” as an object to come back to. Recorded on March 28, 2010.

Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha

David Roylance

Ep. 321 - (Group Learning Program) - LEARN Buddhist Chanting (Part 1 of 4)

(Group Learning Program) - LEARN Buddhist Chanting (Part 1 of 4)

LEARN Buddhist Chanting to help ease the mind into meditation prior to starting a meditation session and to ease it out of meditation at the conclusion of your meditation sessions.

For countless centuries, Buddhist Practitioners have chanted in the Pali language to pass The Teachings from one generation to the next. Develop a practice of Buddhist Chanting through learning how to chant in the Pali language - the source language of Gotama Buddha’s Teachings.

In this Podcast, David will guide you in understanding why Buddhist Practitioners chant, what are the benefits, and how to develop a chanting practice of your own.

Daily Wisdom - Walking The Path with The Buddha
Dedicated to the education of Gotama Buddha's teachings to attain Enlightenment.


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
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Dharma Glimpses with Judy Lief

Judy Lief

Episode 69: Eight Everyday Preoccupations

The eight everyday preoccupations are eight ways we occupy our minds in order to avoid experiencing things directly  •  they act as a kind of a central filtering mechanism, separating out the things that feed our ego from the things that challenge it  •  because of this filtering mechanism, we get jerked around into a very reactive way of living and thinking  •  all of our thoughts and actions curve inwardly to a kind of self-centered preoccupation: what’s in it for me? how does it affect me?  •  the eight preoccupations are divided into four pairs:  pleasure/pain; fame/insignificance; gain/loss; and praise/blame  •  for example, why do we feel so lifted up and inspired when we are praised, but we feel so insulted and deflated when we are blamed?  •  the ego is a bit of a paper tiger: it presents itself as very strong and fierce, but in reality it is very vulnerable and weak  •  without the constant reinforcement of pleasure, gain, f

Edge of Mind Podcast

Edge of Mind

Andrew will be tapping into the many connections he has made around the world with spiritual teachers, scientists, scholars, and experts to offer you the latest from leaders in lucid dreaming and the study of mind.

Open Air with Cheri Huber

Cheri Huber

Open Air with Cheri Huber - April 5, 2022

This is the MP3 recording of Open Air with Cheri Huber from April 5, 2022.
Right-click this link to download the show: April 5, 2022

Deer Park Dharmacast

Deer Park Monks and Nuns

Continuing Thay's Aspiration

This vulnerable and touching dharma talk about "Continuing Thay's Aspiration" by Brother Phap Dung, a senior Plum Village Dharma Teacher was offered during Memorial week for Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. It began 11am Friday, January 28, 2022. The talk will be streamed live from Deer Park Monastery in Escondido, California.

Merkaba Chakras

Von Galt

UFO Abductees, 5D Spirituality to Survive Upcoming Cataclysms & Psyops Within Multiverse w/Dolly Safran & Preston Dennett

Welcome to another episode of Merkaba Chakras. Today, we deep dive into the 1st hand account of UFO abductee, Mrs. Dolly Safran who has recall of a lifetime of alien abductions and she would like to relay an ET message to humanity. We also discuss where UFO abductions factor, in the evolving discussion of humanity’s 5D consciousness, and when we each individually evolved in our spiritual psyche to handle 1st contact with higher multi-dimensional beings of the cosmos with author, Preston Dennett. Preston and Dolly, welcome to Merkaba Chakras!

Rokfin gets exclusive 1st preview for a week, then it goes to these other video sites. PLEASE diversify where you get information by adding these free speech platforms. https://rokfin.com/MerkabaChakras

Research On Religion


A weekly podcast exploring academic research on religion and featuring top scholars in history, sociology, political science, economics and religious studies.

Third Eye Talks

Naz Rose

Building And Growing Your Soulmate Connection With Guest Jay Moreno

Four really important pillars of building and keeping your soulmate connection.

BodhiHeart Podcast with Khenpo Sherab Sangpo

Bodhicitta Sangha | Heart of Enlightenment Institute

Essential Advice by Longchenpa [4]

Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, a professor of Tibetan Buddhism in the Nyingma Lineage, taught on Longchenpa’s heart advice on renunciation, bodhicitta, and dzogchen from "Mirror to Reflect the Most Essential: The Final Instruction on the Ultimate Meaning" by Longchen Rabjam. Visit the BodhiHeart Blog to read the root text and commentary for this video series. Please visit our website to learn more about Khenpo Sherab Sangpo, his teachings and for practice texts. This episode can be seen on Youtube.

Austin Zen Center Dharma Talks

Austin Zen Center

What is Zen Practice? (Part 3)

Rev. Mako Voelkel, Dharma Talk, Saturday 28 May 2022, Austin Zen Center

EveryBodhi Podcast

Jampal Norbu

eB 120 - The Mind Protector

Jampal Norbu gives a brief introduction to the four kayas, and the significance of emptiness as guardian against samsara’s influence. The fourteenth verse of lojong, “Meditate upon illusory appearance as the four kayas. This is the unsurpassable protection of emptiness” takes the relative understanding of bodhichitta and opens it to the greater implications of just how far this practice can take us. Theme music by Matt Quentin.

I Love You Keep Going with George Haas

George Haas

Advanced Mentalizing Part 3

We continue our conversation on Advanced Mentalizing and get into Depth.  
Sign up now for our Spring Virtual Retreat from 4/9 - 4/16 and join us in our signature Level Two course beginning 4/7!

Pháp Âm Phật Giáo

Pháp Âm Phật Giáo

TT. Thích Thiện Thuận - Hạnh Nguyện Quán Thế Âm

- Chủ đề: Hạnh Nguyện Quán Thế Âm
- Thầy: TT. Thích Thiện Thuận
- Nguồn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFqb-yYY3Io

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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Pháp Thoại Thích Pháp Hoà

Quảng Thông Tuệ

Thầy Thích Pháp Hoà Thuyết Pháp Nguồn: https://truclam.ca/

Natural Meditation podcast

Stephan Pende Wormland

I am dying! What now? - Part 4

Death is certain, the time of death is uncertain. What is really important in your life? Recordings from a weekend in Göteborg about death, dying, how to prepare for your death and how to support others who are dying.

Mangala Shri Bhuti - The Link

Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche and students

The Juice of Practice (Link #612)

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 […]

[마음공부방] 원불교 안암교당

원불교 안암교당

원불교 안암교당 법회, 공부방 설법 인터넷 카페 : http://cafe.daum.net/jnyouth 담당교무 : 박세훈 교무, 전성욱 교무 전화 : 02-928-8225 주소 : 서울 성북구 안암로 27-7 일반법회 : 매주 일요일 오전 10시 30분 청년법회 : 매주 토요일 오후 4시 교리공부 : 매주 수요일 오후 7시 45분 아침좌선 : 매일 오전 5시 30분

Lama Zopa Rinpoche Essential Extracts

Lama Zopa Rinpoche

In this podcast we focus on teachings of Lama Zopa Rinpoche, on topics of the Graduated Path to Enlightenment, the lamrim. The lamrim is a textual tradition that organizes Shakyamuni Buddha’s teachings into a complete step-by-step path to enlightenment. Each episode is an extract of a longer teaching, capturing the essence of what Rinpoche taught.

Free Buddhist Audio


Conditioned Arising: The Unconditioned Is Conditioned

Sagaramati explores the meaning of the word Dharma as Reality or Truth, as well as Buddhist Teaching. He then dives deep into the fundamental, key, essential Buddhist doctrine, Conditioned Arising, the principle which unifies the whole of the Dharma. Talk given at the London Buddhist Centre Dharma Day Festival, 2008. *** 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 to our Dharmabytes podcast:  On Apple Podcasts | On Spotify | On Google Podcasts Bite-sized inspiration three times every week. Subscribe using these RSS feeds or search for Free Buddhist Audio or Dharmabytes in your favorite podcast service! Help us keep FBA Podcasts free for everyone: donate now! Follow Free Buddhist Audio: YouTube  |  Instagram  |  Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Soundcloud

Myanmar Revolutionary Tales (တော်လှန်ခြင်းများနှင့်ခေတ်သစ်မြန

Insight Myanmar

တော်လှန်ခြင်းများနှင့် ခေတ်သစ်မြန်မာပြည် ဆိုသော ခေါင်းစဉ်တခုနှင့်ပင် ဖတ်ရှုလေ့လာသူများနှင့် podcast နားထောင်သူများ ကျနော်တို့၏ ရည်ရွယ်ချက်ကို အကြမ်းဖျင်းသဘောပေါက်နားလည်မည် ထင်ပါသည်။ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတွင် ဘာသာတရား၏ လွမ်းမိုးမှု၊ ဘာသာရေးခေါင်းဆောင်များ၏ ချုပ်ကိုင်မှုနှင့် ရှေးရိုးစွဲအစဉ်အလာများစွာ၊ လူမျိုးစုများစွာ၏ ကွဲပြားခြားနားမှုများ၊ ပြည်တွင်းစစ်များ၊ ဘာသာရေးပြဿနာများဖြင့် ပြည့်နှက်နေသည်မှာ နှစ်အတော်ပင် ကြာခဲ့ပြီဖြစ်ပါသည်။ အဖက်ဖက်က တိုးတက်သောနိုင်ငံတခုဖြစ်ဖို့ ပြုပြင်ပြောင်းလဲဖို့ရာ များစွာကို ခွဲခြမ်းရလျှင် အချို့ကို ညှိနှိုင်း၍ရသည်၊ အချို့က တော်လှန်ရသည်၊ အချို့က ဆွေးနွေးလက်ခံရသည် အစရှိသဖြင့် များစွာသော တော်လှန်ခြင်းအမျိုးမျိုးနှင့် ခေတ်သစ်မြန်မာပြည်ပင် ဖြစ်ပါသည်။ ထိုသို့ကွဲပြားသော အမြင်အမျိုးမျိုးကို စုပေါင်း၍ အဖြေရှာပြီး အေးချမ်းခေတ်မီသော မြန်မာနိုင်ငံတည်ဆောက်ရာလမ်းကြောင်းကို အထောက်အပံ့ဖြစ်စေရန်ရည်ရွယ်၍ ဤတော်လှန်ခြင်းများနှင့် ခေတ်သစ်မြန်မာပြည် podcast ကို ဖန်တီးလိုက်ရပါကြောင်း ထပ်လောင်းအသိပေးလိုက်ရပါသည်။

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.

Ajahn Amaro Podcast by Amaravati

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Spiritual Qualities of the Heart

This Dhamma talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on the 19th of December 2021, full moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
The post Spiritual Qualities of the Heart appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Intro to Zen Online

Bernie Rhie

Welcome to “Intro to Zen Online,” a meditation podcast series. Episodes consist of a variety of meditation-related content: (1) guided meditations; (2) general discussions of meditation practice (sometimes taken from books about meditation); and (3) audio recordings of the weekly “Intro to Zen” class. All are welcome to make use of these recordings. For more info, visit: https://williamstownzengroup.org/intro-to-zen-online/

Dhamma Discourse

Ajahn Jayasaro

2554.08.13 Dhamma Discourse 2

Dhamma Discourse

Simplicity Zen Podcast

Simplicity Zen

A Podcast About Zen, Buddhism and Mindfulness. Episodes of this podcast will focus on Zen practitioner interviews, Buddhist and Zen history and investigations of the intersection between Zen and science. Podcast website: https://simplicityzen.com/

Hillside Hermitage Podcast

Hillside Hermitage Podcast

Metta, Goenka, Death and Samadhi

NEW BOOK by Ajahn Nyanamoli Thero available for free download: https://www.hillsidehermitage.org/new-book/ If you wish to gift your support to life at the Hillside you would be very welcome to do so by donating at: https://www.hillsidehermitage.org/support-us For other forms of Dhamma Teachings see: https://www.hillsidehermitage.org/teachings

The Fourth Messenger Podcast - Teachings and Art from the Sangha


Recordings of the most recent Dhamma teachings, readings, and interviews from "The Fourth Messenger" online journal . "The Fourth Messenger: Teachings and Art from the Sangha" is a website dedicated to publishing works by Buddhist monastics of all major Buddhist traditions in order to inspire faith, share insights, and foster a sense of harmony within and between the various schools. For more information and a calendar of monastic-led online teaching events, visit https://www.fourthmessenger.org.



《美好的晚年》第五集 (15之5)

第五集 (15之5):晚年的貢獻

the DharmaRealm

Harry Bridge and Scott Mitchell

DharmaRealm 2.0

Podcasting while sheltering in place. We’re going to restart the DharmaRealm, recording via Zoom, shorter episodes, and posting here, SoundCloud, YouTube, and, as always, your favorite podcasting service. Send us your questions, subscribe to our feeds, and keep your eyes open for updates. And above all—stay home! Wash your hands!

Clear Mountain Monastery


Dharma talks from monastics at Clear Mountain, an aspiring Buddhist Thai Forest monastery in the greater Seattle area. The Thai Forest Tradition represents a return to the simple way of life taught by the Buddha. Monastics aspire to live as the early disciples did: dwelling in the forest, studying the teachings, and devoting themselves to meditation. To learn more, visit https://wwww.clearmountainmonastery.org.

Daily Zen

Charlie Ambler

The Purpose of Zen

I discuss two passages of DT Suzuki and ask the question: how do we implement Zen into our daily lives? What's the point? Support Daily Zen here: http://patreon.com/dailyzen

Unlocking True Happiness

Ven Tenzin Chogkyi

Mindfulness of Our Motivations

In this episode, Ven Tenzin explores the Eight Worldly Concerns, a set of four dyads that correspond to many of the deeply held hopes and fears that drive the actions of all beings. As we engage with the spiritual path, or even the mundane decisions of the day-to-day, a clear understanding of these forms of attachment and aversion can serve as a way to become mindful of our motivations and bring clarity and skillfulness to our actions. In this way, we can ultimately become free from the suffering that these unconscious, habitual ways of engaging with the world can bring.

RKINA - Buddhism For Today - Rissho Kosei-Kai International of North America


RKINA - Rissho Kosei-kai International of North America is an online Dharma Center and the North American office of Rissho Kosei-Kai Buddhism from Japan. We are a Sangha of lay believers, turning everyday life into Buddhist practice. By studying basic buddhist concepts and the Threefold Lotus Sutra, we cultivate our hearts and mind, practicing the bodhisattva way to bring peace to our families, communities, countries, and to the world. Please check our local Dharma Center listing at www.rkina.org

Portland Insight Meditation Community Dharma Talks


Robert Beatty Dharma Talk 1/2/22

Sotapattimagga - The Path of the Sotapanna

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano

An audiobook of teachings from Ajahn Anan, a disciple of Ajahn Chah and abbot of Wat Marp Jan Monastery in Thailand. The book includes Ajahn Anan’s detailed exposition on the direct path of practice towards stream-entry. Geared towards the more serious practitioner. For more information, visit www.watmarpjan.org/en.

Chan Audiobooks

Chan Meditation Center

Chan Buddhism and its Relevance in North America: Part One - by Chan Master Sheng Yen (From Tea Words Vol. One)

[Chan Buddhism and its Relevance in North America: Part One] 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.

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


25650606pm--อยู่ทุกที่ ให้มีสุข

6 มิ.ย. 65 (เย็น) - อยู่ทุกที่ ให้มีสุข : จะว่าไปแล้วความทุกข์ที่เกิดขึ้นกับเราเพราะเป็นความคาดหวังของเราต่างหาก รวมทั้งคาดหวังว่ามันไม่ได้เป็นไปดั่งใจด้วย เพราะฉะนั้นถ้าไม่อยากทุกข์ก็เพียงแต่ลดความคาดหวังลง หรือว่าไม่ยึดติดกับความคาดหวัง วางใจอย่างไรกับแมว ก็วางใจอย่างนั้นกับผู้คน มันก็จะทุกข์น้อยลง หรือมิเช่นนั้นก็ยอมรับในสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้น ดินฟ้าอากาศมันผันผวนแปรปรวนก็ยอมรับว่ามันเป็นอย่างนั้นแหละ เจอรถติดก็ยอมรับว่ามันเกิดขึ้นแล้ว แม้มันจะไม่เป็นไปดั่งใจ แต่ว่ามันเกิดขึ้นแล้ว ก็ยอมรับมัน

พอเรายอมรับ ใจมันก็หายทุกข์ มันจะไม่มีเสียงบ่นโวยวายตีโพยตีพาย หรือมิเช่นนั้นก็มองว่า ที่มันไม่เป็นไปดั่งใจ ไม่ว่าจะเป็นการกระทำหรือคำพูดของเขาซึ่งบางครั้งมันไม่ใช่แค่ไม่เป็นไปดั่งใจแต่มันไม่ถูกใจ รวมทั้งอาหารที่ไม่ถูกใจ มันก็เป็นแบบฝึกหัดให้กับเรา ฝึกให้มีขันติธรรม ให้มีความอดทน หรือว่าฝึกให้รู้จักปล่อยวาง เอามาเป็นโจทย์ในการฝึกจิตใจของเราได้ รวมทั้งการกระทำและคำพูดของผู้คนด้วย

ถ้าหากว่าไม่ปรับใจแบบนี้ พออะไรที่มันไม่เป็นไป

Compassion in Action - Meditation - by Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Combining Compassionate Action with a Peaceful Heart – Questions and Answers

This Dhamma talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on 23 June 2015 at Buddhadasa Indapanyo Institute, TH.
The post Combining Compassionate Action with a Peaceful Heart – Questions and Answers appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

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.

Ask a Monk (Part 1)

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

Power of Protective Chanting

This talk was originally posted on Ven. Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu’s YouTube Channel. To watch this talk on YouTube kindly visit https://youtu.be/Pn6v_fMygD0 .

The Bible Geek Show


The Bible Geek Podcast 22-004

Can you pontificate a bit on the various schools of thought on dating New Testament literature and the Apostolic Fathers?

Is there a translation that you can recommend for a first time Bible reader?

Was there a Paul in history; how and why did these writings get attached to his name?

Has the Bible itself become an idol?

What percentage of Paul’s "authentic" letters would you estimate to be first person fiction?

I recently read 1 Enoch, and I have some questions about the angelic beings it features known as the Watchers. It occurred to me that, although I've long known the story of their descent to earth and their fornication with, and corruption of, us mortals, I don't think I've ever heard an explanation of where they got the name Watchers.

My first thought was that watching/witnessing, and hence the ability to stand in judgement over those being observed, are

BRN Podcast: Buddhist Recovery Network

Buddhist Recovery Network

#61 – Making the most of January with Martine Batchelor

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


Eugene Cash: Broken Hearts & Right Action

(San Francisco Insight Meditation Community)

หลวงพ่อปราโมทย์ ปาโมชฺโช วัดสวนสันติธรรม


[คลิปสั้น] ปัญญารวบยอด หลวงพ่อปราโมทย์ ปาโมชฺโช 30 เม.ย. 65 (650430)

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.




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)

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

Amaravati Podcast | Latest Dhamma Talks

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Spiritual Qualities of the Heart

This Dhamma talk was given by Ajahn Amaro on the 19th of December 2021, full moon day, at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK.
The post Spiritual Qualities of the Heart appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Buddhist Wisdom, Modern Life

Claire Villarreal, PhD

How to love like a Buddhist: guided metta meditation

Maybe you've heard that Buddhism teaches that attachment is the root of suffering. In that case, how can you love someone or be in a relationship?
Don't worry, you can still love the important people in your life, and with this short Buddhist meditation on loving-kindness (metta) you can cultivate true love and caring for yourself and others.
Buddhist Practice on Western Ground by Harvey Aronson: https://amzn.to/3gIOQgL
Kristin Neff's work on self-compassion: https://self-compassion.org/
Get my free course on Buddhism's four noble truths: https://bit.ly/4NTsBuddh
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May you and all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness.


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Dharma Talks at Columbus KTC

Columbus KTC

“Vajrayana Part 2: The Radiance of Mind”

This week’s Dharma Talk is entitled “Vajrayana Part 2: The Radiance of Mind” by Lama Kathy Wesley. In this second installment, Lama Kathy picks up from her “Vajrayana Part 1”...

Open Question

Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel

OQ 301 - Sacred World: Through the Eyes of Prajnaparamita

Most spiritual traditions offer teachings on "sacred world"-the promise of a life beyond struggle-the search for a place of ease. This is a noble human quest. And yet, the "sacred" often seems to be a place other than where we find ourselves now. How do we reconcile the tension between the spiritual and temporal aspects of life? This is our conundrum

Lama Zopa Rinpoche full length teachings

Lama Zopa Rinpoche

Taking Refuge Is Not Merely Reciting Words Like a Robot - Teaching #123

Lama Zopa Rinpoche continues teaching on refuge in this new video. Rinpoche explains how “taking refuge is not only reciting words." He offers the example of a robot, which does not have a mind and which only recites words without feeling. Rinpoche then talks about the many ways we can benefit numberless sentient beings by taking them around holy objects and having holy images and mantras for them to see and so forth. Rinpoche also reviews the different kindnesses of sentient beings. Rinpoche concludes the video, returning to the topic of refuge and explaining what taking refuge is. When you truly go for refuge, you want to be saved because you are afraid of the lower realms and samsara. You also have total faith that the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha can guide you to safety, and you want to rely on them. Read more about his teaching https://fpmt.org/lama-zopa-rinpoche-news-and-advice/advice-from-lama-

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.

Wisdom Keeper Podcast

Dr. Miles Neale

Wisdom Keeper E1 Phil Cousineau - The Art of Pilgrimage

In the lead up to our epic Buddhist pilgrimage to Nepal and India in October 2022 led by Tibetan Master Geshe Tenzin Zopa I wanted to curate a series of interviews with scholars and guides to help shed light on the ancient practice of journeying to scared sites and its relevance to a post pandemic world. Nat Geo has recently said pilgrimage will be the next travel trend after Covid as people search for new meaning to help restore their lives. I could not be more delighted in this, our inaugural episode of the Wisdom Keeper Podcast, to host mythologist and multi award winning author Phil Cousineau. 
PHIL COUSINEAU is prolific writer and filmmaker, teacher and editor, lecturer and travel leader, storyteller and TV host. His fascination with the art, literature, and history of culture has taken him from Michigan to Marrakesh, Iceland to the Amazon, in a w

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

Abhayagiri Talks


Sila and Right View

Ajahn Pasanno reflects on virtuous conduct and right view as the two essential parts of practice.
This talk was offered on April 9, 2022.

Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive

Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche

The Label Is Not Enough

Do not be confused by people who try to disprove the existence of objects of faith like reincarnation or karma by simply labeling them as nonexistent. -Lama Zopa Rinpoche Lama Zopa Rinpoche addresses how some people try to disprove the existence of reincarnation and other objects of Buddhist faith by labeling them as false views … Continue reading The Label Is Not Enough →

Teaching Meditation

Upasaka Upali & Dr. Tucker Peck

Lopon Chandra Easton: 10 years of Vajrayana Training, and Feeding Your Demons

Lopön Chandra Easton is a Westerner who grew up in the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition.  She did nine years of preparatory (ngondro) practices and spent 5 - 10 years training to be a teacher.  She is a lineage holder under Lama Tsultrim  Allione, author of the book Feeding Your Demons.  She is currently on the Tara Mandala Board of Directors and the Tara Mandala Bay Area coordinating committee, through which she teaches and organizes events in the Bay Area.  To learn about Chandra and connect with her, head to chandraeaston.com.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/teachingmeditation)

Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge: dharma talks and meditation instruction

via dharmaseed.org

Caroline Jones: Reflections on Vedana/feeling tone.

(Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge)


西覚寺 伊川 大慶


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TANTRA: The Rebel Path

Kimhye & Lucas

40 How to resolve issues with Non-Duality

In this episode, we talk about non-duality. We live in a world that is defined by day or night, hot and cold, dark and light man and woman. We live in a world that apparently expresses polarities like extremes. What happens when we break the polarity and look at all the nuances in between?

หลวงตามหาบัว ญาณสัมปันโน


เรื่อง สติปัฏฐานสี่ 25 สค 05

สติปัฏฐานสี่ 25 สค 05 : ธรรมะบรรยาย โดย หลวงตามหาบัว ญาณสัมปันโน วัดป่าบ้านตาด อ.เมือง จ.อุดรธานี

人間萬事 | Little Things in Life


EP19 | 我快樂 因為我知道

我快樂,因為我知道沒有人不快樂,只有不想快樂。快樂到底從哪裡來? 快樂的根源,來自內心的平靜和充實,到底要如何轉化煩惱,活在當下呢?教你如何打開快樂的心靈百寶箱!

星雲大師全集 | Complete Works of Venerable Master Hsing Yun

文章閱讀:《星雲法語10》- 快樂哪裡來?

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Buddhism for Beginners

Kunzang Palyul Choling - Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo

AA, Buddhism, and Addiction - Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo

One of the few successful programs in treating substance abuse has been AA. Jetsunma explains how the AA method can be applied to our addiction to samsara. For more teachings, practices, virtual temple, and resources, visit www.tara.orgSupport the show (https://connect.clickandpledge.com/w/Form/441f9f97-db53-4e64-b9b8-39a83906d2d3)



In this podcast we explore various aspects of Buddhism and meditation. En esta podcast vamos a explorar varios aspectos del budismo y meditación.

Sakya Monastery Dharma Lectures

Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism

How to be a Good Buddhist - H.H. Sakya Trizin




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Như Lý Tác Ý

Thich Tam Nguyen

Thương thân hiểu phận

Thương thân hiểu phận


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Buddhist Chanting

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano

108 Itipiso – The Recollection of the Buddha | Ajahn Anan

Meditation Retreat 2012 - Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Day 10a – Daily Determination

This is part of a compilation of the retreat given by Ajahn Amaro from 31 August to 12 September 2012
The post Day 10a – Daily Determination appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.



ธรรมบท EP.11-กำจัดมลทินทีละน้อย


หลวงปู่เหรียญ วรลาโภ


เรื่อง อุบายละสังขารรูปนาม

อุบายละสังขารรูปนาม : ธรรมะบรรยาย โดย หลวงปู่เหรียญ วรลาโภ วัดอรัญบรรพต อ.ศรีเชียงใหม่ จ.หนองคาย

The Workshop is in the Mind

Ven. Robina Courtin

Be Your Own Therapist (May 3, 2021)

Learn techniques to reframe situations and attitudes, in order to increase physical and mental well being. An accessible, entry-level, discussion-based class. Questions are most welcome. 54:23 | Teachings at Thubten Norbu Ling Buddhist Center.  YouTube

Ajahn Sumedho Podcast by Amaravati

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Uposatha Talk at Abhayagiri (June 2022)

This Dhamma Talk was given by Luang Por Sumedho on the 7th of June 2022 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, CA, USA.
The post Uposatha Talk at Abhayagiri (June 2022) appeared first on Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.

Systematic Theology


Who is God 2

Dr. Oliphint on the Doctrine of God

The Law of One with Scott Mandelker

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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. […]

Chanting - from the Amaravati Chanting Book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Recollection – Ten Subjects For Frequent Recollection By One Who Has Gone Forth – Pali and English – page 57-59)

Morning and Evening Chanting (Puja), Reflections, and Suttas, as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Second Edition 2006 Amaravati Publications
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Black Mountain Zen

Ryūshin Paul Haller

Experience the experience that’s being experienced.

Shell Fischer's Podcast

Shell Fischer

Insight Meditation teacher, Shell Fischer, founder of Mindful Shenandoah Valley, offers her 25+ years of study and experience in these weekly talks about meditation practice, and how it can help us nurture more compassion, kindness, joy, and calm in our lives.

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Tenshin Fletcher Roshi

Being Time: Part 4

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.

Buddhist Chants

Sandeep Khurana

Buddhist Chants

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

via dharmaseed.org

Erin Treat: Path, acceptance, descent, and return: Story of Inanna

(Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center)

Zencare Podcast


Realizing the Tathāgata’s True Meaning | Koshin Paley Ellison

“Prajnatara asked, ‘What amongst all things is the greatest?’ Bodhidharma said, ‘True nature, of all things, is the greatest.’”   In this dharma talk, Sensei Koshin shares a koan describing the meeting between Prajnatara and Bodhidharma, which would lead to Prajnatara becoming Boddhidharma’s teacher and paving the way for the founding of the Zen lineage. […]
The post Realizing the Tathāgata’s True Meaning | Koshin Paley Ellison appeared first on New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Silent Thunder Order

A podcast of original teachings and music by Zenkai Taiun Michael Elliston Roshi, guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order.

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.

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

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Aro Buddhism Podcasts

The Aro gTér Lineage

Aro01: Part 1 - Compassion and the Vehicles of Tibetan Buddhism

Buddhism is 'Method', a way of realizing 'Truth'. There is no fixed 'Dharma'. In Tantra, however we 'are' is intimately connected to our enlightened state. Shravakayana, a valuable starting place. Compassion for oneself and ones own situation.

Bringing Meditation to Life with Neil McKinlay

Neil McKinlay

Ep. 17: Pause, Reflection, And Other Voices

This episode speaks to the pause and reflection Neil McKinlay has engaged since the start of 2022. In doing so, the core inspiration of this podcast - to connect meditation with daily living - is reaffirmed. A new interview-style feature is also announced. Beginning next time, the voices of other practitioners will be heard here, alternating with Neil’s usual contemplations.

Ordinary Mind Zen School

Ordinary Mind Zen School

The Ordinary Mind Zen School Sydney podcast consists of Dharma talks given by Geoff Dawson.

Dhammapada Part I

Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu

Dhammapada Verses 231 - 234: Guarding the Doors

Verse 231 Let a man guard himself against irritability in bodily action; let him be controlled in deed. Abandoning bodily misconduct, let him practice good conduct in deed.Verse 232 Let a man guard himself against irritability in speech; let him be controlled in speech. Abandoning verbal misconduct, let him practice good conduct in speech.Verse 233 Let a man guard himself against irritability in thought; let him be controlled in mind. Abandoning mental misconduct, let him practice good conduct in thought.Verse 234 The wise are controlled in bodily action, controlled in speech and controlled in thought. They are truly well-controlled. (Translated by Acharya Buddharakkhita)Our podcasts: https://podcast.sirimangalo.org/
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Angel City Zen Center - Beginners Only Podcast

Angel City Zen Center

Mota Mynttinen - Bottoms Up! (What Am I Doing Here??)

“It was always about what am I contributing? What am I doing out in the world? But yeah, I’m not shooting so high anymore. It’s true, there are important things to be done out there. And the reality is this practice is going to be really important to the future. So yeah, sitting is my contribution.” - Mota Mynttinen
Mota open up and regales us with the story of what he’s doing and why he’s here in a raw and revealing account of the traumatic injury that threatened to derail the life he thought he was living. Can sitting up help bring some balance to the world when it goes bottoms up? Is it possible to overcome our addiction to ambition as the meaning of our lives? Can sitting help bridge the gap between being and doing? Find out here!

Temple Morning Radio


2022年6月24日(金) ゲスト:柿沼忍昭「変わるもの、変わらないもの」 お経:大林慈空「碁石山鳳凰窟でのお勤め」


115人目のゲストは、静岡県函南町 曹洞宗 長光寺 柿沼忍昭さんをお迎えします。本日の話題は「変わるもの、変わらないもの」。

♪ ゲストご紹介ページ

お経のコーナーは香川県小豆郡 真言宗御室派 常光寺 大林慈空さんによる「碁石山鳳凰窟でのお勤め」。

♪ お経ゲストご紹介ページ

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Sound by Yoshihiro Sawasaki

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

Pointing Texts

Pointing Texts

Esoteric Pointing Out Instructions

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.

Toward Light: Practical Buddhism for the Modern World

Kate Spina

Absorbing the Path

This episode includes 2 guided practices with the intention of helping to remember and retain the noble eightfold path factors.


Nalanda Publishing



西藏生死书 |此生必读的奇书


《西藏生死书》 33 第二十章 频死经验 上天堂的节梯 上

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

Aruna Ratanagiri Dhamma Talks

Aruna Ratanagiri

Luang Por Munindo (Archive) - Being Interested in Dukkha

(keywords) (slightly edited version) Ovada Patimokkha, Dhammapada 183, right restraint, cooking, wisdom, compassion, evil, preparing the ground, robe dying, jackfruit, heedlessness, chocolate, indriyasamvara, wilful denial, Ajahn Chah, centipede, sterile environment, infection, tipple, alcoholic, 5 precepts, integrity, storehouse of goodness, gratitude, consumer society, disillusioned monastics, conscious appreciation, mudita, schadenfreude, (23.15 mins. Line 3) purification, compulsive judging, projecting, aversion, honesty, stubbing our toe, Ajahn Dukkha, present generated dukkha, old unmet dukkha, dartboard, adopted dukkha, happiness.

Zenbitchslap Talks

Paul H.

June 18th 2022 - Non Duality

Non Duality

Zen Community of Oregon Dharma Talks

Zen Community of Oregon

Freedom From "Meant To Be" - Jogen Salzberg, Sensei

Jogen Salzberg, Sensei
Dharma Talk
Jogen will be joining us for our April Sesshin - Cultivating the Empty Field
April 11, 2022
At Great Vow Zen Monastery


Prajna Fire

65 | Lojong 44 - Train in three rigorous practices.

Point 7: Tips, #44 - Train in three rigorous practices.
59 Days of Healing, a special series based on the Seven Points for Healing Dualistic Mind, a first millennium Tibetan Buddhist lojong text by Kadampa Geshe Chekawa Yeshe Dorje, where we explore one maxim each day to build a strong foundation of understanding to integrate the practice into our lives. A great way to start the year--both Western, at the beginning of the series, and Tibetan, at the end!
Lama Yeshe's everyday English rendering of the 59 maxims of the Seven Points for Healing Dualistic Mind, including brief comments, is available for download in her ebook Heal Transform Transcend: Notes on Kadampa Geshe Chekawa Yeshe Dorje's Seven Points for Healing Dualistic Mind.
PRAJNA SPARKS will return to its regular lunar calendar schedule of hour long episodes after this series. Look for new episodes on full moon days.

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

Stay Grounded

A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "Stay Grounded"

Young Urban Zen SF

San Francisco Zen Center

Young Urban Zen is a group under the auspices of the San Francisco Zen Center, with a particular focus on those between 20 and 40. It meets on Tuesday evenings for meditation and discussion about Zen practice. People of all experience levels are welcome.

Seattle Soto Zen

Seattle Soto Zen

Follow recent talks in the Soto Zen tradition from our sangha in Seattle.




Portland Friends of the Dhamma

Portland Friends of the Dhamma

This podcast shares dhamma talks and guided meditations given at Portland Friends of the Dhamma by our Spiritual Director, Sakula, visiting Buddhist monastics such as Luang Por Pasanno, Ajahn Thanissaro, and Ajahn Sudanto, and by others. Teachings are from the Theravada Buddhist Thai Forest Tradition in the lineage of Ajahn Chah and similar.

Dharma Talks for Itunes


Dharma Talks from Cedar Rapids Zen Center


Treeleaf Zendo

February 2022 Zazenkai Talk (OUR MONTHLY 4-hour Treeleaf ZAZENKAI - Vimalakirti Sutra Series)

Today's Talk will reflect on Living Beings within Chapter 7 of the Vimalakirti Sutra.

Further reading and discussion for this talk are available on the Treeleaf forum:
February 4th-5th, 2022 - OUR MONTHLY 4-hour Treeleaf ZAZENKAI»

每日一禅|工作助缘 生活必备


【禅意人生】-750 净慧禅语(279)


Ole Mowatt Solheim

Ole Mowatt

Zen for Beginners


One of the highest aspirations for Zen practitioners is to continually approach people and situations with "beginner's mind." That is, with curiosity, openness, and receptivity to whatever may emerge, free of expectations or prejudgement. Zen for Beginners is for you if you are new to meditation or just curious about Zen practice. We also welcome experienced meditators or mindfulness practitioners who would like to learn more about Zen practice and forms.

대념처경(大念處經) - 네 가지 마음 챙기는 공부


'네 가지 마음챙기는 공부(대념처경)'의 독송 팟캐스트 입니다.

Deeper Dhamma

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

2022 May/June | 9 day Sutta Retreat (26/26)| Ajahn Brahmali

9 day Sutta Retreat with  Ajahn Brahmali at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia, from 27th May to 5th of June 2022.
Track 26 :  Last Session – 5th June 22.
See the full retreat on bswa.org 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.

The No-Rank Zendo Podcast

Rinzan Pechovnik

Rinzan Osho is a priest and teacher at No-Rank Zendo, a Rinzai Zen Buddhist Community in Portland, Oregon. His Dharma talks explore various aspects of Rinzai Zen Buddhist practice, spirituality and religion. He emphases practice as a means to develop and cultivate a tender open-heartedness that allows a deep engagement with a troubled world. http://www.norankzendo.org

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)

Rochester Zen Center

Zen and the Body (Part 2)

Working with the body and attitudes towards the body in Zen practice. A teisho by Sensei John Pulleyn. Automated transcript
The post Zen and the Body (Part 2) appeared first on Rochester Zen Center.

원빈스님-매일15분 행복명상


원빈스님과 함께하는 행복이야기. 행복도 배워야 합니다. 우리 함께 행복의 길로 가요. 감사합니다. 사랑합니다. 행복합니다. http://cafe.daum.net/everyday1bean/

Hartford Street Zen Center Dharma Talks

Hartford Street Zen Center | Issan-ji

Founded by Rev. Issan Dorsey and the Gay Buddhist Club in 1980 in San Francisco's Castro district, Hartford Street Zen Center is a neighborhood temple and residential practice center in the Soto Zen tradition of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi. HSZC houses an open and supportive community for LGBTQQI people and allies to practice together and deepen our understanding of the Dharma. http://www.hszc.org

Ordinary Mind Zendo

Barry Magid

Ordinary Mind Zendo's podcast will play Dharma talks from Zen teacher and psychoanalyst Barry Magid. Barry Magid is a Dharma heir of Charlotte Joko Beck. These talks address a psychologically minded Zen practice adapted to the needs of American students practicing in the context of their everyday lives. Though much of the material here is specific to Zen practice, non Zen folk will find it interesting as well, as it addresses issues of our shared humanity. New episodes will generally be uploaded each week a talk is given at the zendo.


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SokukoJi Buddhist Temple Monastery


The Walls of the Mind - 06-12-22 by Sokuzan - SokukoJi.org/donate

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Cuke Audio Podcast

David Chadwick

Barry Magid on Zazen

Reading a piece by Barry Magid on zazen called "You Can't do it Wrong." Barry Magid is a psychoanalyst and Zen teacher whose life and work has been dedicated to the integration of Western psychoanalytic psychology with Zen Buddhist practice. - from his Zen website - ordinarymind.com. A misc. podcast.

Spread the Dharma — Buddha Weekly

Buddha Weekly

Welcome to Spread the Dharma podcast, covering Buddhism and Buddha Dharma, and all traditions, including Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana. Spread the Dharma is the mission of Buddha Weekly. Buddha Weekly began publishing in 2007. We hope you'll enjoy our in-depth Buddhist-topic podcasts, in several formats, including hosted episodes with our Editor Lee Kane, sometimes with guest teachers and authors. We also publish a series of podcast documentaries, such as our Hayagriva documentary (Vajrayana tradition), Guanyin documentary (Mahayana) and Jataka Tales (Theravadan.) As with our online magazine, books, and videos, we cover Buddhist Teachings and Dharma, Meditation Topics, Sutras and Suttas, Interviews with the Teachers, Buddhist Practices, Buddhist Lifestyle. For in-depth written features, visit BuddhaWeekly.com. For video documentaries and features, please visit our Youtube Channel https://youtube.com/buddhaweekly.

Brooklyn Zen Center Audio Dharma Podcast

Brooklyn Zen Center

Audio dharma talk by Laura O’Loughlin (2022/01/29)

I have seen this happen, when some tinny little thing will happen in my relationship and the intensity of the response is so tremendous because it is connected to a whole stream of unforgiven, unnamed, unfelt pain.

SBT-Secular Buddhist Tradition

Venerable Tenzin Tharpa

Bodhisattva Vows in Secular Buddhism

The term bodhisattva is comprised of two words, bodhi (Skt.)–meaning awakening, and sattva (Skt.)–meaning, essence, being, or spirit; together they can be translated as one who possesses the mind of awakening. The Mahayana tradition (often referred to as the Bodhisattva Vehicle) is founded upon the bodhisattva ideal. The bodhisattva is an advanced practitioner (monastic or lay) who possesses the altruistic aspiration and determination to awaken in order to free all beings from suffering.  
Venerable Tenzin Tharpa is an American Buddhist monk in the Tibetan Tradition. He is well known for his pragmatic, no-nonsense views, his ability to clarify complex philosophical points for all audiences, and his familiarity with all traditions of Buddhist thought and non-Buddhist traditions as well.   
SBT, the Secular Buddhist Tradition, is an international online Sangha established by Venerable Tenzin Tharpa as a spiritual c

Chobo-Ji's Zen Podcast

Genjo Marinello

Rinzai Zen Dharma Talks given at the Seattle Zen Temple Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Ji or other locations associated with Chobo-Ji.

Jos Loves Buddha: Guided Meditations for the Moon's Phases

Joslyn B. Hitter

Hosted by Joslyn B. Hitter, Jos Loves Buddha: The Podcast offers guided meditations for each phase of the moon - new, quarter, full - along with the equinoxes and solstices. Joslyn is an Insight Meditation teacher with a masters degree in depth psychology and somatic studies, In each episode, Joslyn offers a short dharma talk that can touch on seasonal changes in the natural world, mythology, and astrology as well as a guided meditations as we move through the lunar phases.

Clouds in Water Zen Center

Clouds in Water Zen Center

Gateway to Embodiment: The Bodhisattva Precepts

Dharma talk by Myo-O Marilyn Habermas-Scher on Sunday, February 6, 2022.

Bernie Glassman at Upaya

Upaya Zen Center

Roshi Bernie Glassman & Hozan Alan Senauke & Roshi Joan Halifax: Gate of Sweet Nectar 2015 (Part 5 of 5)

Part 5: “I live my life according to experiences, not according to the commentary.” This last half of the final panel traverses: projection in student-teacher relationships; how Roshi Joan’s and Bernie’s relationship has changed over the years; whether it’s true that “you can’t be friends with your students;” distinctions between resilience and “getting over yourself” […]

Bodhi Light Tales

Fo Guang Podcast

139 - Safeguarding Rahula

139 - Safeguarding Rahula
Storyteller: Venerable Miao Guang
A young Rahula was sheltering in the restroom as his own room was occupied by a senior bhiksu. Little did he know that there was heading his way…
Read the full story here: https://bodhilightfgs.blogspot.com/2022/04/139-safeguarding-rahula.html
Illustration: Venerable You Cheng 有澄法

點此閱讀故事全文: https://bodhilightfgs.blogspot.com/2022/04/139-safeguarding-rahula.html


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大慈恩譯經基金會 Amrita Translation Foundation

0432 於法獲得相似決定,便謗諸餘


Metta Squad

Tasshin Fogleman

Boundless Love

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禅故事 324 开善道谦 送信

所谓“灯录”,乃是“传灯录”的简称。这是记载禅宗历代法师传法机缘的典籍.灯能照暗,禅宗代代相授,以法传人,用续接灯火来比喻代代以心传心的传承形式。“灯录”是禅宗创造的一种史论并重的文体,它以本宗的前后师承关系为经,以历代祖师阐述的思想为纬,发端于唐代的禅宗史书:灯录文字语言透彻洒脱、新鲜活泼、简要精练,公案语录、问答对语趣味盎然、脱落世俗,所以深为僧俗所喜读——作为一种精神享受。是法平等,无有高下。—— 与百万人一起学习佛陀的智慧和慈悲。主播:史壮宁,山西卫视主持人,文史专栏作者,研读佛学二十余年,素食,持戒。

Talks for Monastics 2017

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

Knot Zen


Calling the Attendant

Common Ground Meditation Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction

via dharmaseed.org

Mark Nunberg: Buddhist Studies Course: Liberating the Heart with Goodwill, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity, Week 5 – Meditation

(Common Ground Meditation Center)

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 Tudora and Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell, lay members of Atlanta Soto Zen Center, with occasional special guests from the sangha and beyond.