Alan Watts is one of the most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. In addition to his 28 books, Alan Watts delivered hundreds of public lectures and seminars the recordings of which have been preserved in the archives of the Electronic University. Alan's eldest son Mark Watts has reviewed and cataloged these talks to prepare them for public broadcast. In 2005 Amber Star of Zencast.org created Alan Watts podcast to help disseminate these lectures to a new iPod listening generation . Today the Electronic University and Zencast.org are pleased to present the highlights of the spoken works of Alan Watts.
By Alan Watts
The Mindful Life is about walking our talk—every day, in every moment. It ain’t about being perfect. Waylon Lewis, founder of Elephant Journal, talks about everyday Buddhism, meditation, eco-actions large and small, and features conversations with leading mindful thought leaders, both famous and overlooked.
By Waylon H. Lewis
Human beings are destined to pursue happiness. And yet, what does happiness even mean? Why do we want to be happy? Where does one even get started? Happiness rests on establishing a solid sense of self, a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. In this podcast I interview people from all walks of life, ranging from entrepreneurs and spiritual leaders to fashionistas and celebrities, all who share important life lessons.
By Janet Prado
This is a regular twice a week podcast on topics relating to Yoga, Meditation,Spirituality and many stimulating thoughts.
Welcome to the Meditation x Attachment with George Haas Podcast (formerly The Meaningful Life). Each episode will explore the connections between ancient Buddhist meditation techniques and modern psychological attachment theory. Learn more at mettagroup.org.
By Mettagroup | George Haas
The intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich, and inspire. Timber Hawkeye, bestselling author of Buddhist Boot Camp and Faithfully Religionless, offers a secular approach to being at peace with the world, both within and around us. As the Dalai Lama says, "Don't try to use what you learn from Buddhism to be a Buddhist, use it to be a better whatever-you-already-are."
By Timber Hawkeye