Meditation In Everyday Life Podcast

Dr. Bill Auerbach: Buddhism & Western Psychology – Podcast 106

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We all want alleviation from suffering, to find ways to rest with our diverse experiences as they arise. Both Western Psychology and Buddhism use particular methods for working with our emotions. How are they complimentary?

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Ego – Podcast Episode No. 80

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Natalie Baker presents the Buddhist understanding of ego: what it is, how it develops, and why this ego is fundamentally workable. 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. Journey to a closer bond with your friends by telling them all about … Continue 

Meditation and Psychology

Meditation & Psychology

In talking about meditation through the lens of psychotherapy, the question comes up – why focus attention on feeling when feelings or emotions seem to reinforce or further entrench our sense of self?  Isn’t the whole idea to renounce that or go beyond that in some way? I think it is a great question that … Continue 

Feeling Inside: the Ordinary Experience of Being Alive

At a recent seminar, Sakyong Mipham, asked our group of meditators why we were sitting there thinking … about sitting there? What, he asked, were we feeling? Wasn’t that more to the point? It was an eye opening experience for me. I realized that as a student of meditation for twenty five years, perhaps I had … Continue