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Bill Auerbach & Una Chung: Buddhism, Gender and Freedom – Podcast 201

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You notice how your body feels during meditation. Una Chung and Bill Auerbach discuss how this practice of noticing can effect the (sometimes rigid) ways we categorize our bodies, and what Buddhism has to say about our experiences of gender and sexuality.

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Shanté Smalls: Holding Space, Healing Harm – Podcast 200

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When everything is screaming for us to shut down, how do we simply hold space for what we’re feeling? And frankly, why would we even want to?

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Rick Redondo: From Stressful Work to Contentment – Podcast 199

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The Shambhala teachings remind us that we can always choose to be open. But what does that look like in a stressful work environment? Rick Redondo discusses the path to contentment at work.

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Joseph Mauricio: Learning to Be Here Now – Podcast 198

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Joe Mauricio explores how we can use mindfulness and awareness to bring our full being into the present. If the world is a crazy place, we can become an element of sanity simply by coming into our posture and remembering to be here now.

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Shanté Smalls: Becoming a Superhero – Podcast 197

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Most people would love to be a superhero. What if we believed that being a fully present human was actually a kind of superpower? Meditation is a powerful and simple way to tune into our inherent wisdom and strength, and explore this superpower of being fully human.

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Ethan Nichtern: Working with Craving and Addiction – Podcast 196

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Alcohol. Caffeine. Food. Sex… We all get caught up in patterns of craving. Shastri Ethan Nichtern leads an examination of these cyclical states of mind, and how meditation helps us cultivate curiosity and self-acceptance about the mechanics of craving and addiction.

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Kevin Bogle: Fallen Idols – Podcast 195

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What happens when our heroes, our teachers, our idols, disappoint us? Why does this sense of betrayal hurt so bad? Kevin Bogle leads a discussion about reckoning with our fallen idols. Meditation In The City is the Shambhala Meditation Center of New York’s very own podcast! Subscribe to us on iTunes here. Or listen to us on Stitcher. Email … Continue 

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Rev. angel Kyodo williams: Why Your Liberation is Bound Up With Mine – Podcast 194

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In the face of today’s political and social unrest, is it possible to create a wise, kind, and strong human society?  Rev. angel Kyodo williams speaks about how the collective process of waking up is closely related to the truth of interdependence.

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Natalie Baker: Mindfulness With Smartphones – Podcast 193

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We’re addicted to our phones. Can mindfulness help? Natalie Baker discusses why we relate to our phones as a lifeline, and how meditation can help us keep things in perspective. 

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Maho Kawachi: Upright But Not Uptight – Podcast 192

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What we communicate is important. How we communicate can be just as important. Maho Kawachi discusses how meditation helps us to manifest with confidence – upright but not uptight.

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