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This podcast is pragmatic, secular and makes complicated Buddhist principles easy to understand. Yeshe is a Buddhist monk. He is from England and teaches meditation, Buddhist philosophy and mindfulness. Yeshe spent several years in a monastery in the foothills of the Himalayas teaching young monks basic Buddhist philosophy and meditation. He now offers teachings freely to all in a manner that is unpretentious and clear. He does not demand students to blindly accept what he says, but instead ...
 
Sirimedho Stefano De Luca pratica da decenni meditazione e pratica spirituale con la guida di importanti maestri della tradizione buddhista; è insegnante certificato di Mindfulness. Nel suo podcast, Sirimedho propone meditazioni guidate nella tradizione buddhista e laica della Mindfulness e insegnamenti di Dharma basati sulla sua esperienza personale, adatti per i principianti e per i meditatori esperti.
 
Alan Peto hosts an informative and helpful podcast for anyone who is interested in Buddhism and beginning a Buddhist practice. Alan explains Buddhism and Buddhist teachings for beginners and westerners on his website, https://alanpeto.com, through articles, videos, infographics, and books. Podcast Homepage: https://alanpeto.com/podcast Podcast Disclaimer: https://alanpeto.com/legal/podcast-disclaimer/
 
The Imperfect Buddha podcast explores the world of contemporary Western Buddhism mixing in banter with analysis, no holds barred discussion, and guest interviews. We shun Ted style talks in favour of in-depth discussion and interviews that have room to breathe. The podcast has a host site which features articles and essays on contemporary Western Buddhism, as well as show notes for each episode. Follow the link to find out more: http://imperfectbuddha.com The podcast is sponsored by O'Connel ...
 
This podcast site contains timely discussions and interviews from America's Pacific Northwest concerning practical notions and methodologies for all -- regardless of level of experience or knowledge -- who are curious, interested or an ongoing student/practitioner of Himalayan (aka Tibetan) Buddhism. These podcasts are products of The Chenrezig Project, a Buddhist study/discussion group located in Duvall, WA. Mark Winwood, the Chenrezig Project's founder and resident Dharma sharer, hosts the ...
 
We are no longer receiving payments from Anchor Sponsors, so we are asking For Listener Support Please Support Our Podcast!!! Click Here or copy to your browser: anchor.fm/theenthusiasts/support Extremely digestible & insightful. Podcast of amateur enthusiasts of Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, Existentialism, New Age Philosophers, and many others. Right now our focus is on Alan Watts, & the philosophies discussed in his many lectures. Get Your Business Credit Reports & scores ...
 
Bitesize talks and 15-minute guided meditations which help you become a happier, more peaceful and positive person. Learn how to calm the mind, deeply relax, gain control of feelings and emotions, find inner strength, and let go of negative states of mind such as stress and anxiety by developing a positive approach to life. A lot of promises? Why not listen and find out for yourself.
 
The Gyalwang Karmapa is the head of the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism and a guide to millions of buddhists around the world. This podcast is dedicated to bringing you selected teachings and talks on buddhist philosophy, meditation, the environment, happiness and much more. Subscribe in iTunes to be notified of new releases.
 
Change Your Destiny Through Reciting Buddhist Scriptures, Practicing Life Liberation & Making Great Vows 改变您的命运通过三大法宝:念经、许愿、放生 “卢军宏台长”所弘扬的“心灵法门”解决了许多医学上都无法根治的疑难杂症,许多自闭症的孩子、痴呆的老人、癌症的病人都被治愈。 观世音菩萨普度众生,大慈大悲,台长走这条路线的方向,不是要到处宣传自己,而是实实在在、默默无闻的在救度众生,让每一家庭都好,让每个人的心灵都好。 “卢台长”免费为人指点迷津,替信众治疗心理病,找到病因后,就教他们念经,台长所提倡的念经、许愿、放生,是教导众生行善的行为,并没有鼓吹迷信之嫌。 在“心灵法门”的书籍之中,有多少人被一生判死刑、有多少人在感情、事业、家庭深受折磨,念经后都得到了改变。“心灵法门”就是帮助他们脱离苦海的神医良药。凡是认真按照“卢台长”的指导去做的人,都有了很大程度的受益和体会。
 
Modern Dhamma is an approximately 45 minute podcast in English exploring informal Dhamma Talks themes akin to those of the Buddhist tradition (e.g. Impermanence, Equanimity) with a somewhat refreshed perspective of our modern times, as well as some more personal ideas related to life. It features a French guy, who is not an expert on anything, aiming to translate those concepts as he understands them to his girlfriend Magda (sometimes present) and to the audience. Each episode ends with a so ...
 
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! 🙏
 
RKINA is the North American office of Rissho Kosei-Kai in Japan. We are a global Buddhist movement of everyday people, who wish to apply the Buddhist teachings in our daily lives. By studying basic buddhist concepts and the Lotus Sutra, we cultivate our hearts and mind, practicing the bodhisattva way to bring peace to our families, communities, countries, and to the world. www.rkina.org
 
Duda is a spiritual teacher, life coach and therapist. She incorporates the Buddhist wisdom into her work with clients who want to overcome painful emotions, learn new perspectives and gain long-lasting life-satisfaction. If you tried conventional therapy and felt something is missing, this channel is for you. We explore the mind, body and spirit connection to our experiences in simple terms. We can only truly heal and break the pattern of unwanted behaviour if we understand the root cause o ...
 
This series includes talks about the 12 Steps and Buddhism. Many of the talks are by Judith Ragir, a Zen teacher from Minnesota who studied with Dainin Katagiri Roshi for many years and who has been in recovery for over 40 years. Other talks are from individuals who participated in, or who co-led, retreats on the 12 Steps and Buddhism that Judith organized. For more info, visit www.judithragir.org.
 
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Rev. ZiYoung explains the distinction between the "mind ground" and "mind" in this deep-dive into how to become free from sensory caused disturbances.Presented to the members of the North Carolina Temple on Sunday, July 25th, 2021.https://www.wonbuddhismnc.org/Won Buddhism による
 
There are countless Buddhas throughout the universe continuously working for our benefit by emanating in every sort of fashion . . . bringing about insights, realizations and perhaps even moments of progressive awakening. In Buddhism these experiences are known as blessings, and the only thing that restricts our direct knowledge of them is our own …
 
The foundation of the Buddhist religion and Buddhist practice revolves around the Buddha's very first sermon where he told of the Four Truths and the Eightfold Path towards liberation (Nirvana). But what is this all about? What does it mean to you? And is there a map? Find out in this episode! Learn more on my website: Four Noble Truths (https://al…
 
In this episode, we explore non-harmfulness. Non-harm is so central to Buddhism, the two can not be separated from each other. Our own inner peace is dependent upon lessening and eventually eliminating the harm we do to others. Inner peace is the great victory and prize for removing this harm from our actions of body, speech and mind. -------------…
 
In this episode Hiro and Steve discuss the purpose of advent, what it means, how it relates to True Buddhism and the fundamental difference to other Nichiren sects. For questions relating to this podcast you can talk or write to Hiro on- lotushiro@hotmail.co.ukSteve Davies with Hiro Enoki による
 
Liberation is not a destination we strive to reach, it's a state of mind that is available to us right here and right now. When we fully understand the reality of emptiness, signlessness, and aimlessness, we become liberated from the type of thinking that has us trapped in the prison of our own mind.…
 
Kathleen Herr (Won HerrJu) discusses translating Won Buddhist materials from Korean to English with the members of the North Carolina Temple on Sunday, July 11, 2021.Kathleen asserts that "Words are powerful…" and provides compelling examples of the complexities of conveying the dharma from one language and, most importantly, culture, to one that m…
 
Dharma Talk by Rev. WonGong given to the members of the North Carolina Temple on Saturday, July 10th 2021.Rev. WonGong describes how, "...through our practice, we release language and words, originating from our discriminating mind…"https://www.wonbuddhismnc.orgWon Buddhism による
 
Who was the Buddha? And why is he important to your Buddhist practice? In this episode, I will talk about the life of Shakyamuni Buddha (the Buddha of our era), some misconceptions about him and his life, and why his story is so crucial to our practice. Want to learn more? Read: https://alanpeto.com/buddhism/buddhism-quick-intro/ View my Podcast ma…
 
In this episode, we look at creating merit by intentionally engaging in activities that are good karma. Merit, or good karma, propels our spiritual practice forward. Thus accumulating merit is a central activity of a bodhisattva, one striving for enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, as well as those who believe in the law of karma. Ten meri…
 
"La messa in modo della ruota del Dharma" è il primo insegnamento del Buddha, dove spiega le Quattro Nobili Verità e l'Ottuplice Sentiero.In questo episodio si può ascoltare la lettura di questo importantissimo sutta.Sirimedho Stefano De Luca による
 
(Written and inspired by the joy of HH Dalai Lama's 86th birthday.) An excerpt: "Things are going well for me, Mother. I am in good health and enthusiastic in my work. Intellectual, imaginative, stimulating, virtuous and joyous is this path; I am profoundly appreciative to you for providing me with the life force that has enabled me to journey upon…
 
“Renunciation is not the same as giving up pleasure or denying ourselves happiness. It means giving up our unreal expectations about ordinary pleasures. These expectations themselves are what turn pleasure into pain.” —Lama Yeshe Is it is real cause of happiness? Does it cause unwanted side effects? Every time we turn to it for pleasure does it mak…
 
Hiro and Steve discuss the legacy of the Dai Gohonzon and the three great secret truths that Nichiren Daishonin left for future generations For questions relating to this podcast you can talk or write to Hiro on- lotushiro@hotmail.co.ukSteve Davies with Hiro Enoki による
 
Dharma Talk by Rev. Grace Song (June/27/2021) @Won Dharma Center Rev. Grace Song is a Won Buddhist Kyomunim, meaning one devoted to teaching the Won Buddhist dharma. She is the Won Buddhist Studies Department Chair at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies.https://www.woninstitute.edu/continuing-education/…
 
What is a "Buddhist"? In this episode, we will take a deeper dive into the two types of Buddhists, how to become a Buddhist, what Buddhist laypersons do, some misconceptions laypersons have about being a Buddhist, and ways to have a fulfilling Buddhist life as a layperson. Ready to become a Buddhist? Learn more in my article: https://alanpeto.com/b…
 
Most Westerners equate Mind with thinking, but in Buddhism it is acknowledged to be vastly more . . . Mind is the entire spectrum of our inner experiences: thoughts, feelings, perceptions, consciousness, subconsciousness, unconsciousness. It is our perceiver, translator, reflector and mirror. Without it there is nothing . . . within it is everythin…
 
I’m this episode we look at what the Buddha said about character. The English word for character comes from the Greek word chisel. A sculptor uses a chisel to mold a piece of stone into a work of art, or to cut away what is unnecessary. We chisel our character like a sculptor transforms stone into beauty. How? By our choices and intentions. Strengt…
 
Dharma Talk by Rev. WonGong (June/27/2021) presented to the members of the North Carolina Temple.www.wonbuddhismnc.orgRev. WonGong describes "Wholesome Dharma Affinity" in Won Buddhism (InYon, 因緣)She ends by singing a line from a Won Buddhism Hymn in Korean,"성불제중 인연이 되어지이다"(Sung Bool Jae Joong In Yonee Dae Oh Jee Yi Da)*원불교 성가 제127장 / 원하옵니다(心願頌)htt…
 
Something like a provocation, something of an introduction; this audio-cast presents a recent piece of work over at the Imperfect Buddha site on non-practice for all those interested in how to apply the non- to the practising life. Built on Complex world, Complex Practice and prior to a series on applied practice, this is the audio version of an el…
 
What we usually do is try to fight against our strong emotions, suppress them or get totally tangled up in them. None of these are going to be helpful. The more we fight against the emotion, the stronger it becomes. Acting this way, we will eventually make the emotion into our enemy. But emotions are not our enemies, they are our teachers. They don…
 
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