1.Dharma If You Dare
Talks by Doug Duncan and Catherine Pawasarat of Planet Dharma
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.
Dhamma teachings from the tradition of Ajahn Brahm and the Western Australian Buddhist Sangha for those looking for something deeper.
4.Buddhist Society of Western Australia
Dharma talks from the tradition of Buddhist meditation master Ajahn Brahm and Australian Forest Sangha of monks and nuns presented by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia
5.Heart Wisdom with Jack Kornfield
The Jack Kornfield Heart Wisdom hour celebrates Jack’s ability to mash up his long established Buddhist practices with many other mystical traditions, revealing the poignancy of life’s predicaments and the path to finding freedom from self-interest, self-judgment and unhappiness.
6.Upaya Zen Center's Dharma Podcast
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.
7.Insight Hour with Joseph Goldstein
Joseph Goldstein has been a leading light for the practice of Insight and Loving Kindness meditation since his days in India and Burma where he studied with eminent masters of the tradition. In his podcast, The Insight Hour, Joseph delivers these essential mindfulness teachings in a practical and down to earth way that illuminates the practice through his own personal experience and wonderful story telling.
8.Ajahn Anan Podcast
Translations of Dhamma talks given by Ajahn Anan, a disciple of Ajahn Chah and abbot of Wat Marp Jan Monastery in Thailand. For more information, visit www.watmarpjan.org/en. Many of the featured talks were given during daily sessions of chanting and meditation held on "Zoom", 7-9 p.m. Indochina Time (Bangkok, GMT + 7). To join these sessions, simply email email@example.com for a link.
9.Berkeley Zen Center Dharma Talks
Lectures, talks, and classes on Zen Buddhism from Shogakuji Temple, Berkeley Zen Center, in Berkeley, California, USA.
10.Peace Beyond Suffering
Peace Beyond Suffering is a resource for the practice of meditation presented by Ajahn Achalo with readings from Buddhist suttas and excerpts from the Dhamma Talks of contemporary meditation masters. If you would like to study and practice with Ajahn Acahlo's teaching material in more depth, please visit his website: www.peacebeyondsuffering.org
11.Diamond Way Buddhism Audio Podcast
Born in Denmark, Lama Ole is one of the best-known Western Buddhist teachers. In 1969, he and his late wife Hannah met their teacher, the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, historically the first incarnate lama of Tibet. His Holiness asked them to teach, establish meditation centers and ensure that Buddha's teachings remain alive and relevant to the intelligent and critical-minded lay people of the West. Lama Ole Nydahl directs over 570 Diamond Way Buddhist centers across the globe from Siberia to New York.
12.Thich Nhat Hanh Dharma Talks
Dharma offered by the Venerable Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
13.60 Minutes of Meditation Music
60 Minutes of Meditation Sounds
14.The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast
Readings and meditations from sacred Buddhist masters. Discussion of methods, techniques and essential principles of Buddhist recovery. Now we're integrating the next level. Are you ready to drop into the deep work? The correct answer is yes! Based on the groundbreaking new book, Compassionate Recovery: Mindful Healing for Trauma and Addictions (2022 Rainbow Light Media). AA deals with the cunning, baffling and powerful nature of addictions. Here, we go down to the roots, with ACEs, Western neuropsychology, and the application of scientifically tested training methods that are based on the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhist, Yoga other systems. Learn to practice easy to follow methods, with powerful effects. Enhance and strengthen your emotional stability in recovery. Discover self-compassion, the wisdom of generosity and more. For a foundation in Buddhist recovery and Dharma recovery, read The 12-Step Buddhist 10-Year Anniversary Edition (2018 Atria\Beyond Words) anywhere books are sold.
a podcast on original Buddhism
16.The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment
From the depth of his immeasurable kindness and wisdom, Venerable Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Tenzin teaches The Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment: The Lamrim Chenmo. Teachings take place every Sunday 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Middletown, CT.
17.Diamond Light Tibetan Buddhist Group
Diamond Light is a heart-centered community offering Buddhist teachings in the Gelugpa tradition. We want to create a world without suffering. Diamond Light works towards a world where Tibetan Buddhist teachings are valued and practiced: people care for each other and the planet, and all beings recognize their deep capacity for love and belonging. Our podcast features a variety of teachers in the Buddhist tradition sharing texts, insights, practices, and practical tips to help you apply dharma in your life.
18.Luang Por in America
Dhamma reflections given by Luang Por Sumedho during his 2022 visit to North America
An audiobook of teachings from Ajahn Anan, a disciple of Ajahn Chah and abbot of Wat Marp Jan Monastery in Thailand. The book includes four Dhamma talks, progressing from the basics of meditation to more advanced stages of the Path. Includes a talk giving detailed accounts of Ajahn Anan’s own experiences in the practice. For more information, visit www.watmarpjan.org/en.
20.Buddhism in daily life - Mindfulness in every day tasks
The daily Chan Buddhist podcast by "Shaolin Rainer". Rainer offers guided meditations and short lectures that combine Western viewpoints with Asian spiritual practices. The focus is on the intrinsic value of mindfulness and self-compassion to reduce emotional suffering, achieve spiritual awakening and make healing possible - self-help and self-acceptance - help with anxiety/depression - strengthening self-confidence - Yoga - Meditation - Qi Gong - development of independent personality - meditative help to fall asleep -
21.Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better
Wendy Shinyo Haylett, an author, Buddhist teacher, lay minister, behavioral and spiritual coach shares the "tips and tricks" found in Buddhist teachings to make your professional and personal life better ... everyday!
22.The Imperfect Buddha Podcast
The Imperfect Buddha podcast has been addressing anti-intellectualism and ideological capture in western Buddhism and spirituality more broadly since its inception. It provides a space for dynamic conversations designed to bring out what is so often hidden and so often despised by critics and intellectuals engaging with contemporary forms of practice. Matthew O’Connell hosts the Imperfect Buddha podcast and writes at The Imperfect Buddha site. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @imperfectbuddha. Facebook: @imperfectbuddha. Original street art Buddha image by Bristol's Banksy.
The mind is like a garden. If you want a beautiful garden you need to know a bit about botany: which are the weeds and which are the flowers. These podcasts will help you explore the botany of the mind: discovering which mental states to cultivate, and which ones to weed out. Engage with the practice of transforming your outer world by understanding the workings of your inner world. Zopa Noble Park Buddhists is an outreach group of Atisha Centre (Bendigo). We are a Mahayana Buddhist study group located in Noble Park. These podcasts are recordings of teachings we've hosted.
24.The Anxiety Lab
The Anxiety Lab explores how the (often confusing) world of mindfulness and Buddhist wisdom can help with anxiety and possibly uncover deeper truths about the mind. Hosted by comedian and neurotic meditator Sagar Bhatt. Season 2 episodes will be released bi-weekly.
25.Exploring Pure Land Buddhism
I am a lay Shin Buddhist who relies on Amida but also appreciates the broader range of Mahayana teachings. FYI, I have a Buddhist YouTube channel called “acalaacala” with many sutra recitation uploads and various commentaries. I also have a secondary YouTube channel with the same name as this podcast to which I have uploaded a complete inventory of podcast episodes in video format. That includes those less viewed episodes that have been deleted from this audio-based platform. Namu Amida Buts! 🙏
26.Dhamma Kids Podcast
The Buddha's teachings for kids, by kids. Learn about Buddhism and Meditation in a way children find meaningful.
27.A Punk Monk
Personal reflections and guided meditations. Given by a gentle but rebellious recovering addict practicing the Thai Forest Theravada tradition. Inspired by the teachers at Against The Stream and DharmapunxNYC.
28.Dhamma Earth's Dose of Dhamma
Is chanting all about Buddhism? What has Dhamma to do with our daily life? You are welcome to listen and explore the connection between Dhamma and life together, learn how to apply Dhamma in daily life and move towards happiness!
29.PodCast Heaven by Guru
Take a journey with Guru Monk Learn about his ancient Indian practices and his important wisdom on how to live and love life. Instagram: @gurumonk.official
30.The Muddy Path
We discuss all things psychology, self-help, and Zen Buddhist philosophy. Explore relationships, healing trauma, inner-child wound recovery, and explore ways to attain inner peace. Visit MyMuddyPath.com for free resources and weekly Zen.
31.Wisdom Keeper Podcast
Who will you trust for guidance as the world transitions to a new eon? Wisdom keepers are the elders, mentors, yogis, scholars, and holders of sacred knowledge committed to guiding us through a process of spiritual transformation. As we ride the waves of the emerging paradigm shift more of us will be looking to these reliable guides to help us sensemake and navigate the challenges and complexities of the human experience. Each episode of the Wisdom Keeper podcast brings you into an intimate conversation designed to deepen your self-reflection, integrate your shadow, inspire your contemplative practice, and enliven your experience of being in the world. Your host Dr. Miles Neale curates mini-series complementing depth with breadth on a wide range of topics from spirituality and psychology, mythology and astrology, to sacred art and pilgrimage. Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/DrMilesNeale Instagram https://www.instagram.com/milesneale/ https://www.milesneale.com/ https://www.gradualpath.com/
32.Houston Zen Center Dharma Talks
Recorded Dharma Talks at the Zen Center.
33.Suvatacast: Quaker & Buddhist Teachings for Modern Living
Our unique blend of Quaker and Buddhist teachings offers a rich, transformative spiritual path that empowers us to live more fully and compassionately in the world, while actively cultivating our own inner divinity and seeking it in all beings. On this podcast, we delve deeper into these teachings and practices, exploring their historical roots, their modern applications, and their potential for personal and social transformation. So sit back, relax, and join us on this journey of discovery and growth. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/suvatacast/support
34.Simplicity Zen Podcast
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/
35.Effortless Mindfulness with Loch Kelly
Welcome to Effortless Mindfulness with Loch Kelly, where awakening is explored as the next natural stage of human development. Join Loch Kelly, creator of the Mindful Glimpses App, author, psychotherapist, and meditation teacher with over 35 years of teaching experience, as he guides you through the depths of awakening rooted in modern neuroscience and psychology. Discover Effortless Mindfulness, a contemporary form of ancient nondual meditations that directly uncovers your innate calm, clarity, and peace. Loch Kelly's practices and teachings can be explored in the Mindful Glimpses app, offering micro-meditations, step by step programs, and advanced awakening tools. Download a free 14-day trial of the app: https://mindfulglimpses.com/
Audio Teachings by Gelek Rimpoche
Here you can find selected talks given at Dharma Field Zen Center, founded by Steve Hagen (author of Buddhism Plain & Simple) on the basics of meditation and Zen teachings of awareness and wisdom. Dharma Field talks focus on mindfulness—being awake, aware, alert, and in touch with what is actually happening. In a practical and down-to-Earth manner, they unpack the Buddha's teaching on seeing directly into the nature of experience. Feel free to subscribe to our channel. A selection of free talks, classes, and commentaries can be found on our website, dharmafield.org.
38.Common Ground Meditation Center: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Common Ground is a community meditation center based in Minneapolis, Minnesota dedicated to the practice of mindfulness. Mindfulness meditation is the practice of waking up to the present moment and learning to be open and at ease with the unfolding conditions of life. With practice, mindfulness reveals deep wisdom, compassion, and intimacy with all things. More info about Common Ground at commongroundmeditation.org
39.The Human Blueprint
The Human Blueprint was created to help people from all walks of life achieve peak performance so that we can all make the world a better place. Hosted by Herman Siu.
40.True North Insight: dharma talks and meditation instruction
True North Insight (TNI) is a charitable organization offering a full schedule of Buddhist insight (vipassana) meditation retreats and courses in English and French. Insight meditation practices were taught for more than 2600 years as part of a path to liberation of mind and heart from suffering. They are dedicated to cultivating awareness, kindness and compassion, bringing more mindfulness and calm into our daily life. This simple and profound awareness practice is at the heart of many spiritual paths.
41.The Spirit Underground with Spring Washam and Lama Rod Owens
Join Spring Washam and Lama Rod Owens in exploring black abolitionist liberation practices for these evolving times. As spiritual abolitionists, we will share advanced spiritual technologies that can be used to disrupt internalized oppression and accelerate our personal and collective evolution. These conversations will include topics on healing with plant-based medicine, Indigenous wisdom, Buddhist-based meditation practices, and reconnecting to our ancestral knowledge. We will explore how to work collaboratively with our ancestors to get free. Our conversation will include what freedom means individually, collectively, and spiritually. The time has come to reclaim our magic and awaken our courage to meet this challenging moment.
42.Ordinary Zen Sangha - Dharma Talks
Dharma Talks at the Ordinary Zen Sangha, a Zen Meditation Practice Center located in Sarasota, Florida. Please help us if you can. Our programs and events are only made possible by donations from our supporting members. Donations Link... Thank you for listening, Will Rauschenberger, Abbot
Esoteric Pointing Out Instructions
44.The Center for Buddhist Studies Weblog
This is the weblog for the Center for Buddhist Studies at Columbia University.
45.WAKE UP! Inner Peace Foundation
The purpose of this podcast is to assist you to find Truth and true inner happiness via Authentic Awakening, Enlightenment, Self-Realisation etc! Labels... More @ https://innerpeacefoundation.org/events including much more content and how to interact with Rohan via Satsang, 1-1 Zooms & Retreats - Online or Live. This podcast includes tips, informal talks with his students, mindfulness and meditation hacks, awakening systems and many other topics. Rohan Heaton woke up in 2013 works with seekers online and in person (West Australia) and has successfully awakened numerous seekers.
Let's Learn Buddhism in simple English
47.Buddhism in English
Let's Learn Buddhism in simple English
This podcast is the audio branch of Karuna Sangha. Karuna is commonly translated to mean compassion or actions that are taken to diminish the suffering of others and one’s self. A sangha, put simply, is a community of friends focused on awareness, attention, presence, and the present moment. By doing so the Sangha works together to achieve, patience, self-control, reason, forgiveness, sanctity, honesty, truthfulness, knowledge, control of the senses, and an absence of anger. In other words, a community grounded in compassion, and the collective effort to seek the knowledge of self-realization and embody our true nature that is often concealed by the ego. We seek this knowledge by studying and implementing the teachings and philosophies of the many Buddhist branches and their practices. We welcome all spiritual practitioners regardless of race, sex, sexuality, political affiliation, religious beliefs, etc. You’ll always be welcome, respected and appreciated. The ideas in this podcast are meant to highlight ways in which we can utilize the dharma in different aspects of our lives so that we may reduce our suffering and find contentment as often as possible.
49.Meditation Retreat 2012 - Ajahn Amaro
This is a compilation of the retreat given by Ajahn Amaro from 31 August to 12 September 2012. This meditation retreat took place at Amaravati Retreat Center, UK – Amaravati Buddhist Monastery.
50.Shin Buddhist Sangha Services
Dharma Family Services of the Southern Alameda County Buddhist Church are posted on this podcast channel. Thank you for your time. Gassho (with palms together)
51.No Doubt: A Shin Buddhist Approach
No Doubt will look at current events, people, and language from a Shin Buddhist (Jodo Shinshu) perspective, as well as topics that address doctrinal issues of this tradition.
52.Talks by Luangta (English)
Dhamma teachings by Luangta Narongsak for seekers of truth leading to liberation from suffering here and now and to the realization of pure consciousness free from delusion. Luangta Narongsak currently resides at Buddha Dhamma Satharn Panjakiri, Khao Yai, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand Contact information Email: email@example.com
53.The Bhante Punnaji Podcast
The Bhante Punnaji Podcast is a channel dedicated to sharing the radical explorations of Pre-Sectarian Buddhism, according to Bhante's understanding. The legacy of Bhante Punnaji's teachings is based on the Buddha's original teachings, the Supernormal Eightfold Way, or Ariyamagga. The talks in this channel are largely the collection of countless sutta classes, dhamma talks, and meditation retreats he conducted all over the world.
54.Black Mountain Zen
Experience the experience that’s being experienced.
55.Forest Sangha Dhamma Talk Series
Dhamma talks from Thai Forest Tradition of Ajahn Chah
56.Secular Lotus Buddhists
New grassroots school or sect of Nichiren, Lotus Sutra based secular Buddhism. A philosophical and ethical meditation practice and way of life. Buddha was not a god or deity. He was just a super "woke" aka enlightened human. We ALL have the ability to attain buddhahood, enlightenment, wokeness. Let's do it together and help ourselves, each other, and the planet! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/secular-lotus-buddhists/support
57.Clinical relevance of awakening part 2
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence; Theravada, Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna notions of awakening and not-self; secular mental training; different interventions for different psyches; selflessness/emptiness in psychotherapy; translating the dharma into neuropsychological terms, vedanā (craving and aversion); decentering, embodied cognition; aggregates and seeds of habit mind; other-centeredness and not-self; non-referential compassion; empathy fatigue; refuting self-compassion; clinical Tonglen practice; neurobiological evidence for not-self states; developmental model of awakening; dynamic responsiveness; neurotherapeutics. David Vago, PhD is an associate psychologist in the Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory (FNL), Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and instructor at Harvard Medical School. David has previously held the position of Senior Research Coordinator for the Mind & Life Institute and is currently a Mind and Life Fellow. David’s research interests broadly focus on utilizing translational models to identify and characterize neurobiological substrates mediating psychopathology, to better predict outcomes and potential biologically-based diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for those suffering with mental illness. David has been specifically investigating brain networks supporting self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence in order to clarify adaptive mind-brain-body interactions and their therapeutic relevance in psychiatric disorders. http://davidvago.bwh.harvard.edu/ Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP, is the author of "Effortless Mindfulness: Genuine mental health through awakened presence", a new textbook on Buddhist psychology. She is the creator of Awakened Presence Psychotherapy™ and is a private practice psychotherapist in Los Gatos, Ca. She specializes in mindfulness psychotherapy, Buddhist psychology and is a certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Lisa trains clinicians in the application of mindfulness interventions and practical Buddhist psychology. Lisa has been a dedicated yogic and Buddhist meditation practitioner for four decades. http://www.lisadalemiller.com
Buddhist Women on a Path of Spiritual Awakening
59.Thus Have I Heard: Readings From the Sutras of the Buddha
For those wanting to hear the root teachings of the Buddha, this podcast features readings of sutras from the Middle Length Discourses and other sources. The sutras included here are especially for those who want to understand the workings of their own mind, how to navigate feelings and emotions, and structure their thoughts in more positive ways.
60.Wisdom Rising with Lama Tsultrim Allione
Enlighten your life with Lama Tsultirm Allione, an iconic woman in Buddhism and champion of the Sacred Feminine. Her fascinating life story and deep well of compassion and wisdom informs her interviews with myriad of guests including: Deva Premal, Jack Kornfield, Robert Thurman, and more.
Interview and talks channel hosted by Adele Tomlin, writer and Tibetan Buddhist scholar-translator-practitioner and founder of Dakini Translations.
62.Dalai Lama (Audio)
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama embraces Tibet's intellectual tradition of logic and philosophical debates. He often visits University of California campuses to learn and speak.
63.New Books in Buddhist Studies
Interviews with Scholars of Buddhism about their New Books Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/buddhist-studies
64.Lodroe Nyima Rinpoche
65.Tulku Damcho Rinpoche
66.The Workshop is in the Mind
Venerable Robina Courtin weaves a tapestry of modern Buddhist commentary as she illuminates this ancient spiritual path with humor, wit and intensity. This Buddhist program aims to give every listener an opportunity to ponder some of life’s deepest questions such as: “Why do bad and good things happen? Is it karma? How can I overcome insecurity and start to care deeply for other beings? Can I lessen my depression and fears? Is reincarnation real? What is the mind? Exactly what is enlightenment? A Buddhist nun since the late 1970s, Robina Courtin has worked since then with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition, a worldwide network of Tibetan Buddhist activities of Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinopche. She has served as editorial director of Wisdom Publications, editor of Mandala magazine, and executive director of Liberation Prison Project. Her life, as well as her work with prisoners, has been featured in the documentary films “Chasing Buddha and Key to Freedom”.
67.Dharma in Plain English
You will find simple tips and steps to learn, practice, and reflect on ancient Buddhist and Eastern philosophy.
68.Death Dhamma Podcast
Open and honest discussions with wise and skillful teachers about their experiences with life, death, and Buddhism. If you wonder how others on the path have dealt with death and dying and grief, be sure to listen in. Everyone has a story, a perspective, and a valuable lesson to share. Embrace death, live a full life, and learn to love impermanence because nobody gets out of this alive.
69.Beyond the News
Join host Dr. Larry Ward as he explores current events through the lens of Buddhism and neuroscience, sharing practical skills for how to engage with the information we receive from the wider world. While we cannot ignore the news or modern media, we can learn new ways to shift our perspective from reactivity to reflection, and gain a deeper understanding of our body and mind along the way. Dr. Ward is the author of America’s Racial Karma, a senior teacher in the Plum Village tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and the co-founder of The Lotus Institute. He brings an interdisciplinary approach to his "Deep Buddhism" teachings, incorporating elements of Buddhist psychology with neuroscience, trauma resiliency and social imagination.
Tune in to dive in on a journey to explore Islam from under the pages as I narrate stories and narrations from the hearts of our most beloved scholars. In this podcast we'll unravel the story of Islam from the most social media approved, groundbreaking books and ones that have affected me the most. Join to find out if all the hype is really worth it.
71.Ayya Khema Dhamma Talks
Dhamma talks of the Buddhist Nun Ayya Khema. Content from Dharma Seed https://dharmaseed.org/teacher/334/ Shared under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Tricycle Talks: Listen to Buddhist teachers, writers, and thinkers on life's big questions. Hosted by James Shaheen, editor in chief of Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, the leading Buddhist magazine in the West. Life As It Is: Join James Shaheen with co-host Sharon Salzberg and learn how to bring Buddhist practice into your everyday life. Tricycle: The Buddhist Review creates award-winning editorial, podcasts, events, and video courses. Unlock access to all this Buddhist knowledge by subscribing to the magazine at tricycle.org/join
73.Change your life with True Buddhism
* THE LAST EPISODE OF THIS PODCAST IS SCHEDULED TO BE PUBLISHED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th 2023. A co-hosted podcast on True Buddhism.This series shares some of the experiences manifested through True Buddhism & how it can be used in everyday life to literally change your life. Steve is joined by Hiro to explore what True Buddhism is about and how it's teachings based on The Lotus Sutra are conducted by its practitioners. its
A monthly podcast from Zen teacher, Jokai Blackwell Sensei.
75.Sharpening the Mind
Talks with Daniel Scharpenburg (Gegan Kelsang Dakpa). Daniel is a class facilitator at the Rime Buddhist Center in Kansas City, Missouri. He was given the title "Gegan" in the Rime tradition and is a former zen monk. A heart-centered meditation podcast. You can now become a supporter of my podcast! https://anchor.fm/daniel-scharpenburg/support Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/daniel-scharpenburg/support
76.大佛頂首楞嚴經 (陳福賢老師 粵語講解)
77.SBT-Secular Buddhist Tradition
SBT, the Secular Buddhist Tradition, is an international sangha dedicated to the timeless wisdom of the Buddha. A community committed to goodness and improvement, embracing skillful living and a holistic spiritual lifestyle. Visit us at: SBTonline.org
78.Toward Light: Practical Buddhism for the Modern World
A weekly podcast exploring early Buddhist teachings and how they apply to 21st century life. Kate Spina is trained to share Buddhist teachings in the Theravada lineage. IG: @firstname.lastname@example.orgToward Light is committed to continuing the tradition of the Buddha by making Early Buddhist teachings accessible to all who are interested in them. We offer multiple tools to help people cultivate and maintain a meditation practice and a spiritually-oriented life. Toward Light was founded to fill a gap in Early Buddhist meditation offerings, which have often been passed down through patriarchal lineage, and do not always take feminist and 21st century perspectives into account.
79.Key to Happiness
Audio Teachings by Gelek Rimpoche
80.Bright On Buddhism
Welcome to Bright on Buddhism, a podcast where we discuss and explain topics of Buddhism in a casual, conversational, question and answer setting. My name is Nick Bright, scholar of East Asian Buddhism. I am currently studying for my Master’s degree in Religion at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, where I am specializing in pre-modern Japanese Buddhist architecture history. I have researched topics such as Japanese Buddhist responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, Buddhist Haiku poetry, and the Japanese history of science and religion. I will be joined by my friend Proven Paradox.
81.Buddhist Studies Footnotes
Footnotes is a series of short lectures or conversations on research in the field of Buddhist Studies. Created by Frances Garrett, a professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto, with co-host Tony Scott, most episodes are summaries or discussions of articles or book chapters from academic work in the field, with some episodes featuring guest lectures or guest hosts from events and courses at the University of Toronto. We aim to make Buddhist Studies research freely accessible to students and the public. Footnotes was made possible by a grant from eCampusOntario and also receives support from the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto. Audio editing has been done by Jesse Whitty and Frances Garrett.
Climate change interview
83.Carving the Divine TV Podcast
Come and join our weekly journey on Buddhism and Eastern Religion hosted by filmmaker Yujiro Seki. Carving the Divine TV Podcast is a series of Q&A sessions with Buddhist scholars and practitioners. These Q&A sessions explore the basic concepts and history of Buddhism. The show may not turn you into a self-actualized spiritual guru but it will open the door into this beautiful, profound spiritual tradition. We will start our journey from India and make our way to Japan, covering a wide range of topics in an easy-to-digest style! Each show is between 10 - 30 minutes long. On top of that, we will give you special episodes on Japanese Buddhist sculptures (known as Butsuzo) and Buddhist practioners' episodes. Yes! This series is made to be a supplemental material for the up-and-coming documentary film "Carving the Divine - Buddhist Sculptors of Japan" but you can take your new knowledge with you anywhere in the world to enhance the quality of your life!
84.Way of Compassion Dharma Center
Traditional Buddhist teachings that are practical and relevant for everyday life in the modern world.
85.A Buddhist's Journey
Journey from Here to There
87.Insight Meditation Society - Forest Refuge: dharma talks and meditation instruction
IMS’s Forest Refuge has hosted experienced meditators since 2003. Its program is specifically designed to encourage sustained, longer-term retreat practice – a key component in the transmission of Buddhism from Asia to the West. Within a harmonious and secluded environment, meditators can nurture the highest aspiration for liberation. In consultation with visiting insight meditation teachers, a program of training in one or more Early Buddhist practices is created for each participant, allowing the continuing unfolding of deeper levels of wisdom and compassion. A personal retreat here strengthens practice, faith, confidence and self-reliance.
88.Zenways guided Zen meditations
25 min guided Zen breath counting meditation in the main languages of the world
89.The Secular Buddhist
The Secular Buddhist is the official podcast of the Secular Buddhist Association, focusing on early Buddhist teaching and practice from a secular point of view. http://secularbuddhism.org
90.San Francisco Zen Center Dharma Talks
Dharma Talks given at San Francisco Zen Center
A podcast from Wimbledon Zen, a Soto Zen group that sit every Saturday at William Morris House, London.
Teachings by Reggie Ray and Carolin Pfohl
93.Chobo-Ji's Zen Podcast
Rinzai Zen Dharma Talks given at the Seattle Zen Temple Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Ji or other locations associated with Chobo-Ji.
94.The Wisdom Podcast
95.Sanghata Sutra In Chinese
The Sanghata Sutra read in Chinese. The Sangháta Sutra is a teacher, manifesting in the form of a sage. - Ārya Sanghāta Sūtra The Ārya Sanghāta Sūtra is a Mahāyāna Buddhist scripture that promises to transform all those who read it. Like other sutras, the Sanghāta records a discourse given by the Buddha, but unlike other sutras, Buddha tells us he himself had heard the Sanghāta from a previous buddha. The Sanghāta is a text that talks about itself by name—and talks in great detail about what it will do to anyone who encounters it. It is also an extraordinary literary adventure, full of stories of death, discovery and magical transformations. It is about many things, but first and foremost, the Sanghāta is about what can happen to its readers. That is to say: Most of all, the Sanghāta is about you.
Listen to dharma talks from the teachers and guest teachers of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Buddhist teachings are woven into topics such as contemplative care, engaged Buddhism, social change, meditation and stillness, dealing with addiction, being with suffering, and the arts and challenges of care for the self and others.
97.Sunday Talks 2010 Archives - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
Buddhist monastery in the tradition of Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho
98.The Island - Audiobook by Ajahn Amaro
Readings and commentary on the book “The Island” by Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Amaro given by Ajahn Amaro during the 2017 Amaravati Winter Retreat.
99.Meditation Retreat 2017 by Ajahn Sumedho
Talks given during the retreat led by Luang Por / Ajahn Sumedho from 12 to 19 May 2017 at Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK. Includes talks by other elders from the Thai Forest Tradition.
100.Tisarana Buddhist Monastery
Dhamma talks by Ajahn Viradhammo at Tisarana Buddhist Monastery. In the Forest Tradition of Ajahn Chah, Ajahn Sumedho, and Amaravati Monastery.