Buddhism Podcasts

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

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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

Mindfulness of Breath Meditation for Beginners show

Mindfulness of Breath Meditation for BeginnersJoin Now to Follow

This recording provides step-by-step instruction for beginning meditators in mindfulness of breath meditation. This practice is based upon Buddha's teachings from the Anapanasati Sutta. Lisa Dale Miller, MA, LMFT, LPCC, SEP is a private practice psychotherapist in Los Gatos, CA, specializing in mindfulness psychotherapy and Somatic Experiencing therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction and chronic pain. She is also an outpatient provider for the VA San Jose. Lisa is the author of a highly regarded textbook on Buddhist psychology for mental health professionals, Effortless Mindfulness: Genuine mental health through awakened presence. Training clinicians in the practical application of Buddhist psychology is her greatest joy. Lisa has been a yogic and Buddhist meditation practitioner for four decades. For more information visit: www.lisadalemiller.com or www.awakenedpresence.com

By Lisa Dale Miller, MFT

Hardcore Zen Podcast show

Hardcore Zen PodcastJoin Now to Follow

A podcast about Zen and other stuff, featuring talks by Brad Warner. Brad is the author of Hardcore Zen, Sit Down & Shut Up, Zen Wrapped in Karma Dipped in Chocolate, and Sex, Sin and Zen. He began studying Zen in the early 80's under Tim McCarthy, a student of Kobun Chino Roshi. Brad was ordained in the Soto School of Zen by Gudo Nishijima Roshi, co-translator of the only complete English edition of Dogen Zenji's 12th century masterpiece Shobogenzo. Before moving to California, Brad taught zazen classes and led retreats in Japan for several years. He now teaches and leads numerous retreats each year in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan. Brad is president of Dogen Sangha International.

By Dogen Sangha Los Angeles

Dharma Classes show

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Talks by Trungpa Rinpoche's students

By Chronicles Radio

Muddy Water Zen show

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Dharma Talks given at Muddy Water Zen Center in Royal Oak, Michigan.

By Muddy Water Zen

Dharma Beginner show

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Dharma Beginner is devoted to spreading the word about mindfulness, spirituality, happiness, and compassion for all faiths and creeds.

By Dean Michael Mead

New Books in Buddhist Studies show

New Books in Buddhist StudiesJoin Now to Follow

Discussions with Scholars of Buddhism about their New Books

By New Books Network

The Rest of Everest HD show

The Rest of Everest HDJoin Now to Follow

An Almost Unabridged Expedition Experience--Now In HD.<br> <br> The Rest of Everest is a video podcast created by documentary filmmaker Jon Miller of TreeLine Productions in Colorado. It is “the rest” of the footage from the groundbreaking expedition documentary “Everest: The Other Side” which engrossed thousands of viewers when it premiered on Dish Network™ Pay-Per-View in May of 2005.<br> <br> The film documents the 2003 expedition to the Northeast Ridge route in Tibet, and coincides with the 50th anniversary climbing season. The story revolves around 23-year old climber Ben Clark and the fulfillment of his dream to become one of the youngest climbers to ever summit Everest. Although the film was very well received, there was so much of the story left to be told. Miller returned from Everest with over 80 hours of tape from the 60 day expedition. The final cut of the film totaled just 84 minutes. Average that out and it appears that only one minute of every hour filmed made it into the finished version.<br> <br> In September 2007, the final episode from the 2003 expedition was released. The podcast began as a way to expand upon the story told in the film but has grown into an entity all it’s own. Since launching the podcast in 2006, Jon has returned to Everest three times to film more content specifically for the show and has recently returned from filming the East Face of Everest in April and May of 2010. Jon has now documented all three sides of the World’s highest mountain on video including special stereoscopic 3D material that will be released in the future with Season 5.<br> <br> Many episodes of the show also cover an entire expedition to Annapurna IV which Ben Clark and his climbing partners Josh Butson and Tim Clarke attempted in 2008. That “Beyond Everest” series brought the podcast back to its mountaineering roots.<br> <br> The Rest of Everest is far more than a look into the alien world of high-altitude mountaineering. It is a look at the places, cultures, people, travelers and mountaineers that call the Everest region and the Himalayas home. Watch a few episodes and you’ll discover that the world portrayed in this series is hardly alien at all.<br> <br> You’ve probably seen some of what it’s like to visit and climb Mount Everest. Well, this is the rest. This is The Rest of Everest.

By Jon Miller

Ajahn Amaro - 13 Day Retreat 2012 show

Ajahn Amaro - 13 Day Retreat 2012Join Now to Follow

This is a compilation of the retreat given by Ajahn Amaro from 31 August to 12 September 2012. This meditation retreat took place at Amaravati Retreat Center, UK - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery (www.amaravati.org)

By Amaravati Buddhist Monastery