The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

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Following up on his conversation with Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks with Lawrence Levy, Pixar’s former CFO, about his book, "To Pixar and Beyond: My Unlikely Journey with Steve Jobs to Make Entertainment H
In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks to Lana Wilson about her new film, The Departure: Ittetsu Nemoto, a former punk-turned-Buddhist-priest in Japan, has made a career out of helping suicidal people find reasons to live. But thi
In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks to Lana Wilson about her new film, The Departure: Ittetsu Nemoto, a former punk-turned-Buddhist-priest in Japan, has made a career out of helping suicidal people find reasons to live. But thi
In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks with Jerry Colonna, a tech coach that Wired magazine called the “Man Who Makes Founders Cry.” Jerry Colonna is an executive coach who uses the skills he learned as a venture capitalist to hel
In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula, talks with Hope Hall, a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and teacher. Her short films have been selected for over 40 film festivals worldwide and have received numerous awards. She began worki
In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula talks with Joe DiNardo, a businessman and attorney who was married to his wife Marcia for 15 years when she was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer. DiNardo used to his years of meditation
In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula interviews Sharon Salzberg, the co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society, a world-renowned teacher, and bestselling author. Sharon has written ten books — from her seminal Lovingkindness: Th
In this podcast IDP teachers Kimberly Brown and Dan Cayer discuss their experience with both physical and mental suffering, how it informs their teaching, and the ways they've learned to bring patience, kindness, and compassion to themselves. K
In this interview, Brandon Holmes and Dr. Shanté Smalls discuss the benefits of meditation, committed practice and maintaining a sense of clarity in the current political climate.  This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like y
In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula interviews Ed Catmull, the co-founder of Pixar and president of Disney Animation Studios. Both men practice mindfulness and meditation, and their conversation explores the ways contemplative tec
The Interdependence Project's Executive Director, Kimberly Brown, recently spoke to teacher, friend, and mentor Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche about his new book, Emotional Rescue: How to Work with Your Emotions to Transform Hurt and Confusion into E
Zen priest and bestselling author Brad Warner discusses his new book Don’t Be a Jerk, which paraphrases Dōgen’s Buddhist classic work The Shōbōgenzō: The True Treasury of the Dharma Eye for modern times.  Brad explains the middle way Dōgen’s te
Meditation is a skill everyone can practice, using simple techniques to become present with your mind and your body. Join IDP executive director Kimberly Brown and learn traditional methods developed for modern people. Sit still, develop your c
Join IDP teachers Kim, Kate, and Mona for an evening of discussion and contemplation in a friendly and supportive environment where they share their experience as meditators and community members, and by answering questions about meditation and
Pain, chronic illness, aches and other physical limitations can create a seemingly endless and exhausting cycle of mental and physical distress. In this workshop, Dan Cayer draws on his training as an Alexander Technique teacher and his own exp
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Ven. Dr. Pannavati has designed a special set of teachings to help us understand the many questions that arise when considering how to engage our practice with our world.  Should we try to make change?  How can we do it without being angry? How
Acharya Arawana Hayashi is an accomplished Buddhist teacher, dancer, and activist. "The Art of Making a True Move" invites participants to develop authenticity and genuineness by discovering their natural creativity as they are guided through a
Acharya Arawana Hayashi is an accomplished Buddhist teacher, dancer, and activist. "The Art of Making a True Move" invites participants to develop authenticity and genuineness by discovering their natural creativity as they are guided through a
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