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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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Kevin Bogle: What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do – Podcast 191

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You’re stuck. You’ve hit a wall. The usual strategies aren’t working. How can meditation help you know what to do when you don’t know what to do?

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David Perrin: A Shambhala Cosmology of Mindfulness – Podcast 190

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Why am I here? How did I come to be? Beyond the surface considerations popularized by the modern mindfulness movement, what if meditation helps us reckon with a more cosmic understanding of our existence? David Perrin goes big, discussing this grander vision.

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Rick Redondo: Vulnerability is the New Punk Rock – Podcast 189

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Why are some emotions difficult to feel? What gets in the way of simply feeling our feelings, and sharing this kind of openness with others? Rick Redondo posits a radical way of living: vulnerability.

A Method for Loneliness

An (almost) Foolproof Method for Addressing Loneliness

Conquering our loneliness requires bravery. Here’s where we need to get practical and think about how to interrupt a habitual pattern through meditation practice.

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Ethan Nichtern: Meditation is All About Confidence – Podcast 188

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The Shambhala teachings emphasize being present, awake, and brave. How is this done? By cultivating a kind of confidence not conditioned by the events of our lives. Shastri Ethan Nichtern discusses why meditation is all about confidence. Meditation In The City is the Shambhala Meditation Center of New York’s very own podcast! Subscribe to us on iTunes here. Or listen … Continue 

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Elizabeth Reid: Finding Equanimity – Podcast 187

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We hope things will go our way. We fear they won’t. How does meditation help us cultivate a sense of equanimity? Is such a quality even reasonable? Shastri Elizabeth Reid discusses the power of equanimity.

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Laura Simms: Play of the Mind – Podcast 186

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What does it mean to live one’s life as a work of art? Can a life grounded in meditation inspire others to sanity? Laura Simms talks about the Dharma Art teachings of Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche.

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Joseph Mauricio: Nonviolent Activism – Podcast 185

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Can we engage in our life in a way that is passionate, involved, and present, without finding fault or separation with others? Joseph Mauricio discusses the nonviolent activism that can arise out of meditation. 

Dharma Art: Explorers of the Richness of the Phenomenal World

In these difficult times, the Dharma Art principles offer a dynamic experience of compassionate expression. They prepare us to engage in the world as stewards of skillful means and penetrating kindness.  The Dharma Art practices provide essential means for developing true perception in creative works or meaningful conversations that bring benefit to ourselves and the world.