Meditation In the City

David Perrin: Everyone Does It Differently, Together – Podcast 181

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When sharing this path of awakening and meditation, everyone does it differently… but we all do it together. David Perrin discusses how meditation leads to greater trust, appreciation, and compassion for others.

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Maho Kawachi: Solid Ground – Podcast 180

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It happens. Suddenly, something (or someone) we always assumed would be there is gone. We lose our footing, and the ground beneath us no longer seems as solid. How can meditation help us dance with this uncertainty?

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Vegan Aharonian: The Shambhala Path – Podcast 179

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What is Shambhala? Senior Shambhala teacher Vegan Aharonian offers an overview, placing the Shambhala teachings within the context of Buddhism overall while describing this unique path of meditation.

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David Perrin: Deep Retreat in the Heart of the City – Podcast 178

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David Perrin discusses the profound lessons that await us when we undertake the unique journey of a meditation retreat.

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Lodro Rinzler: The Year of Love – Podcast 177

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Could 2018 be a year of love? Our habitual patterns, and the stories we tell ourselves, work so hard to keep us shut down and desensitized to the world around us. Lodro Rinzler discusses how meditation wears away these barriers, helping us to become more present. And kinder.

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Ethan Nichtern: Sustaining a Meditation Practice – Podcast 176

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Why is it so challenging to sustain a meditation practice? Shastri Ethan Nichtern offers some real hints for getting your meditation practice going this year.

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Shanté Smalls: (Re)treat Yo Self! The Benefits of Retreat – Podcast 175

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What happens on a meditation retreat? And why would anyone want to attend one? Dr. Shanté Smalls discusses the benefits of retreat.

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Joseph Mauricio: Finding Light in the Darkness – Podcast 174

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Late fall and winter can seem like a time of danger and depression: long nights, loneliness, depression. Yet this time of year, like all transitional times, can be a gateway to great discovery. Bardos, as they are called in classical Tibetan Buddhism, are transitory phases that require us to learn the art of letting go. What does it mean to allow life’s changes to change us?

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Ethan Nichtern: Do I Need A Teacher? – Podcast 173

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What is the role of a teacher in Buddhism and how is it evolving? What does it mean to have a teacher, and most importantly, do I really need one (really)?

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David Perrin: Freedom of Speech – Podcast 172

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We are inundated by various forms of speech. And oftentimes – between family, social media, and other challenging aspects – we can feel trapped by its demands. How do we find true freedom through speech?

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