Guided Meditation Library: Compassion Practice

In this week’s guided meditation, Joseph Mauricio leads us in the practice of compassion meditation.

Meditation In the City

Jane Stevens: Meditation – Podcast 133

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Let’s talk about Meditation. It’s what we do, right? Jane Stevens offers advice, while discussing the common features and challenges of meditation… and horses.

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Ethan Nichtern: A Guided Meditation

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Shastri Ethan Nichtern offers a guided meditation for our personal, interpersonal, and societal practice.

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Elizabeth Reid: Basic Goodness, Noun or Verb? – Podcast 131

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Many meditation teachers speak of “Basic Goodness”. But what is it, really? Shastri Elizabeth Reid discusses what it means to make a relationship with Basic Goodness.

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David Perrin: Where the Wild Things Are – Podcast 130

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How do we deal with strong feelings on the meditation cushion? And in life? David Perrin discusses emotions as neurosis, and as wisdom. Is it possible to go where the wild things are?

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Joseph Mauricio: Waking With Depression – Podcast 127

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Sometimes we get depressed. Heartbroken. How can meditation help us when we’re down? Is waking with depression possible?

A 7-Point Practice Plan for the Engaged Meditator

It is my view that the practice of mindfulness meditation cannot fully occur without directly engaging in society. Here is a 7-point practice plan for staying healthy, mindful, and engaged in the coming year.

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David Nichtern: The Power of Stillness – Podcast 126

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Sometimes we’re running fast, in an effort to run away from ourselves. But we can be still. By simply giving ourselves space and time to work with our mind, natural intelligence and peace can arise.

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David Perrin: Loving Kindness – Podcast 125

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How can kindness find a footing in times of uncertainty, competition, speed, and aggression? We might be afraid of losing our edge; is loving-kindness practical?

How Not to Freak Out

You’re not alone if you despair about the present and fear for the future. If you find all the news overwhelming, Buddhist teacher Judy Lief has some meditations to help you cheer up.