Buddhism Podcasts

Centre of Gravity show

Centre of GravityJoin Now to Follow

Recordings of Michael Stone's teachings or those of guest teachers at Centre of Gravity are offered freely. Please consider making a donation to cover the costs of recording, storing and designing this on-line offering and supporting Centre of Gravity. Donation is a practice of interdependence and without financial support these teachings would not be offered in this way. Much gratitude.

By Michael Stone

The Kelly Morris Yoga Podcast show

The Kelly Morris Yoga PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Namaste! Please enjoy these FREE intermediate/advanced classes lead by NYC favorite Kelly Morris. Find out why The New York Times, New York and Yoga Journal call her NYC's most popular instructor and why Russell Simmons hails Kelly as 'his greatest inspiration in my pursuit of yoga.'! Please also enjoy the free, guided meditations that thousands of students have downloaded already. Sign up for the FREE 'Dharma Dose with Kelly Morris', and once a week a message based on sacred teachings will arrive each morning to your computer, letting you set your spiritual compass in the right direction before you go out and face the world you have created. www.kellymorrisyoga.com Love to All.

By Kelly Morris

Shambhala Meditation Center of San Antonio show

Shambhala Meditation Center of San AntonioJoin Now to Follow

Alamo City Dharma, the podcast of the Shambhala Meditation Center of San Antonio, features dharma talks, event coverage, and interviews on topics dealing with Tibetan Buddhism.

By Shambhala Meditation Center of San Antonio

Talks on Zen Practice show

Talks on Zen PracticeJoin Now to Follow

A selection of recent Sunday talks on Zen practice and meditation given at Dharma Field Zen Center by our teachers, students and guest speakers. Updated generally on Mondays, the oldest talks being replaced by new talks. Our complete audio archives are available on our website for audio subscribers and members. In mp3 format.

By Dharma Field

What is Mindfulness? show

What is Mindfulness?Join Now to Follow

Podcast by David S. Robbins, MA - Counselor and Therapist in Boulder, CO Relaxation

By David S. Robbins, MA

Dhammaloka Community - Dhamma Podcast show

Dhammaloka Community - Dhamma PodcastJoin Now to Follow

We provide a range of free Dhamma audio resources including a popular weekly Dhamma podcast featuring Ajahn Brahm

By Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Advanced Mindfulness of Breath Meditation show

Advanced Mindfulness of Breath MeditationJoin Now to Follow

This recording will introduce you to Mindfulness of Breath Meditation as a concentration practice or what is known as Shamatha. If you are new to mindfulness of breath meditation, you may wish to download my recording for beginners and practice that for some time before trying this more advanced practice. Visit my web site http://www.lisadalemiller.com/mbpsych.htm Visit my blog http://mindfulpsyche.blogspot.com

By Lisa Dale Miller, MFT

The Rest of Everest show

The Rest of EverestJoin Now to Follow

An Almost Unabridged Expedition Experience

By Jon Miller

The Greater Good Podcast show

The Greater Good PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Conversations about the science of a meaningful life, from UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. Host Michael Bergeisen interviews leading researchers and thinkers on the roots of compassion, happiness, morality, and more. Provocative, enlightening, and inspiring.

By The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley

Unfettered Mind show

Unfettered MindJoin Now to Follow

Through Ken McLeod, its principal teacher, Unfettered Mind provides spiritual practitioners with the essence of Buddhist practice. Ken is noted for his ability to present profound teachings and practices in clear straightforward language free from the myths and cultural overlays that make many Eastern teachings difficult to understand. The podcasts you see below are a small sample of the over 300 recordings freely available at unfetteredmind.org/podcast. Visit our website to see the entire collection as well as dozens of original articles, translations of Buddhist texts and transcriptions of many of these talks.

By Ken McLeod