Tara Brach, Ph.D is an internationally known meditation teacher and author of bestselling Radical Acceptance and True Refuge. Tara shares a weekly guided meditation and talk that blend Western psychology and Eastern spiritual practices. The podcast addresses the value of mindfulness meditation and self-compassion in relieving emotional suffering, serving spiritual awakening and bringing healing to our world.
They say life's an adventure and Tiffany Rouge is sharing hers one story at a time. Your twenties are for testing the waters and figuring stuff out and as a twenty something Millenial and that's exactly what Tiff's doing. Join her on her adventures through conversations with peers, change makers and leaders as as she real talks about her adventurous life with people from all parts of the globe. She talks to people who are on their own journey of Self-improvement, those who are hustling on making their day to day grind happen and looks at different cultures through the eyes of a local. Hit subscribe and you'll get insight from change-makers, to experienced pro's on things that affect the modern millennial in the world today. 'So This Is Where My Money Goes' is a monthly episode that talks about money, but not just on the surface. Each episode you will meet someone who will be defined by the amount they make and their standing in life so that it can be used as a point of reference. Getting into the real details of what they make and what the person's life status is e.g. where they live, their job, their outgoings and incomings and the value they put on Money.
Each week scholars explore the worlds of literature, science, the arts, politics, history, religion, and business through lively discussion with host Sarah McConnell. From the controversies over slave reparations and global warming, to the unique worlds of comic books and wine-making, With Good Reason is always surprising, challenging and fun!
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Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented path to freedom from addiction. This is an approach to recovery that understands: “All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.” We feel confident in the power of the Dharma, if applied, to relieve suffering of all kinds, including the suffering of addiction. This is a process that cultivates a path of awakening, the path of recovering from the addictions and delusions that have created so much suffering in our lives and in this world. Refuge Recovery is a systematic approach to training our hearts and minds to see clearly and respond to our lives with understanding and non-harming. You are entering a way of life that may be familiar to some and foreign to others. In the beginning some of it may seem confusing or counter-instinctual, and some of it is. But you will find that with time, familiarity and experience, it will all make perfect sense and will gradually become a more and more natural way of being.
The second of two dharma talks given by Lisa Dale Miller, MFT, at the Marin Sangha on November 4 & 11, 2012. Continued discussion and teaching about the relevance of enlightenment for Western Practitioners, focusing on the Buddha's teaching of Dependent Origination.
Lawrence Dōan Grecco is a Zen priest, Dharma Teacher and Life Coach. He was ordained by the Five Mountain Zen Order and is the founder and Abbot of Open Sky Zen, a nomadic Zen Center in New York City. Lawrence writes for Sweeping Zen, The Interdependence Project, and Open Sky Zen. He received authorization as a dharma teacher from the Interdependence Project, and holds a certificate in Foundations in Buddhist Chaplaincy from the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. See www.ZenLifeCoach.com and www.OpenSkyZen.com for more information.
Listen to the second of two talks on non-attachment—certainly the most misunderstood and maligned Buddhist ideal. This talk focuses on the practical application of non-attachment in daily life. Together the Marin Sangha and I explored various ways to cultivate non-clinging by transforming greed with equanimity, hatred with compassion, and delusion with clarity.
Hwansan Sunim was born and raised in the United States and he is the disciple and attendant of Seon Master Songdam, the most respected Buddhist meditation teacher in Korea. Hwansan Sunim explains in English the techniques and applications of traditional Seon or Korean Zen Buddhist meditation in lectures delivered at The International Seon Center (Director: Subul Sunim) in Dongguk University, the Jeongkakweon Dharma Hall at Dongguk University, and the Yeongsan Seon Meditation Center (Directors: Seongkwang Sunim and Yeohaeng Sunim) in Seoul, Korea.
Dhamma Talks by senior teachers Steve Armstrong and Kamala Masters of the Vipassana Metta Foundation, which strives for the cultivation of awareness through the traditional practices of Generosity, Moral Conduct, Concentration, Insight, and Lovingkindness with the understanding that liberation of the heart brings the greatest happiness which is peace.
This is the first of two dharma talks given at Marin Sangha in June 2014. In this talk, Lisa Dale Miller refers to the Suttas to refute the controversial claim by Jon Kabat-Zinn and others, that mindfulness-based interventions (MBSR and the like) deliver a "universal dharma"; an accurate depiction of traditional Buddhist meditation practices and implicitly imparts the profound ethical and philosophical aspects of the actual Buddhadharma.