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Shanté Smalls: Protecting & Caring for the Sangha – Podcast 149

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What does it mean to protect and care for others? Dr. Shanté Smalls discusses why we need not be helpless in the face of aggression, and how meditation helps us cultivate a caring attitude toward ourselves and others.

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Ethan Nichtern: How Can Buddhists Deal With Wealth? – Podcast 148

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What does the Dharma have to teach us about money? Value? Self-worth? Shastri Ethan Nichtern discusses the implications of wealth and generosity on an individual and societal level.

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Joseph Mauricio: Foundations of Mindfulness – Podcast No. 147

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How we feel – emotionally, physically, and energetically – informs so much of what we do and perceive as we go about our day. This is why mindfulness of our feelings and thoughts can have such a clarifying impact on our lives.

Powerful Practices for Challenging Times: An Introduction to Karuna Training

We all know as life gets harder, we need more compassion. But what is compassion? One Sanskrit word is karuna, which is used to point to any action that lessens the suffering of others. It is a fitting name for the offerings of Karuna Training or Compassion Practices.

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David Perrin: Impermanence: The Bad News and the Good News – Podcast 146

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David Perrin discusses impermanence, both the bad news and the good. What does it meant to practice recognizing the reality that things are constantly changing?

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Shanté Smalls: I Can’t Meditate! – Podcast 145

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Dr. Shanté Smalls discusses what it means to commit to a meditation practice, sometimes in spite of ourselves.

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Ethan Nichtern: Unconditional Love, Good Boundaries – Podcast 144

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How do we open our heart to everyone, yet still say no when we need to?

Cultural Humility: The Ground of Social Engagement

The practice of cultural humility allows us to face our inherited conditioning and discover a new process of connectivity that is the basis for social transformation.

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Natalie Baker: Mind Training: For When Bad Things Happen to Good People – Podcast 143

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When bad things happen it’s tempting to think we, or the world, are unworkable. Natalie Baker discusses some traditional Buddhist teachings about engaging with negative events as they arise.

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Elizabeth Reid: Finding Balance with the Feminine Principle – Podcast 142

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Shasti Elizabeth Reid discusses the traditional Buddhist concepts of Feminine and Masculine energies. While the Masculine (potency and accomplishment) is important, the Feminine (space and accommodation) is just as necessary. Yet this aspect is often overlooked or unappreciated.

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