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The Truth of Happiness

As opposed to the temporary fling we have with happiness, joy is a deeper, more stable experience. Joy is not devoid of pain. Joy actually describes a space so vast, it encompasses pain.

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Ethan Nichtern & Sharon Salzberg: Real Love – Bringing the Path to Your Relationships – Podcast 112

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How do we navigate the complexities of our own needs and desires with the needs of others? Can we really love someone we don’t agree with? What skills do we have to face the inevitable disappointments in relationship?

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Shanté Smalls: Why Meditate? – Podcast 111

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That age old question: Why meditate? How can meditation help us with “real” problems? Will my life change if I meditate?

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Natalie Baker: Being Alone Vs. Feeling Lonely – Podcast 110

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On the spiritual path we try to notice the difference between the basic aloneness we humans experience, and that lonely feeling that periodically arises and scares us. How do we stay with our experience and know the truth of aloneness without being lonely?

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Elizabeth Reid: Emotion is the Pathway to Reality – Podcast 109

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On the path of meditation everything we feel is important. The more accepting we are of these feelings, the more we can relax and appreciate others. Shastri Elizabeth Reid illuminates the way emotions can connect us more and more with our reality.

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Ethan Nichtern: Committing To Your Path – Podcast 108

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In a world punctuated by soapboxes, where fundamentalism fuels a sense of identity, what does it mean to commit to a spiritual path? What does it mean to be a “Buddhist”?

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John Ankele: Nobody Likes A Wet Dog – Podcast 107

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Nobody likes a wet dog. But the Dharma teaches that this subtle and pervasive tendency to divide our world into likes and dislikes is at the root of our suffering. Meditation helps us see how we make ourselves unhappy. And that changes everything.

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Dr. Bill Auerbach: Buddhism & Western Psychology – Podcast 106

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We all want alleviation from suffering, to find ways to rest with our diverse experiences as they arise. Both Western Psychology and Buddhism use particular methods for working with our emotions. How are they complimentary?

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Two Ways Meditation Reminds Us We Are Worthy of Love

Best-selling author and long-time meditation instructor Lodro Rinzler writes on the Shambhala Buddhist view that all of humanity is basically good. By connecting with this view, we can touch in with our inherent self-worth.

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We Already Have Everything We Need

Meditation is not another way to beat ourselves up, but a reminder that every moment we’re in is unique, precious, and completely fresh. Enjoy this inspiring manifesto on the true purpose of meditation from renown Shambhala teacher Ani Pema Chödrön.

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