Listen to dharma talks from the teachers and guest teachers of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Buddhist teachings are woven into topics such as contemplative care, engaged Buddhism, social change, meditation and stillness, dealing with addiction, being with suffering, and the arts and challenges of care for the self and others.
By New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care
These are the latest Dhamma Talks given mainly in the Amaravati Temple during the Wan Phras (moon/observance days). These talks include those given during the Winter Retreat, Rains / Vassa retreat and the rest of the year. A complete audio library can be found on http://www.amaravati.org<br>
By Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
The Sharon Salzberg Metta Hour features Buddhist philosophy in a practical, common sense vernacular. Sharon’s natural wisdom, sense of humor and the ease with which she translates these teachings forge an intimate connection with the listener. From everyday experiences to pithy revelations, each podcast is a journey on the path of self-discovery. Fore more information visit http://beherenownetwork.com/sharon
By Be Here Now Network
We will add a new episode every week with a guided meditation covering Buddhist practices. We cover the Foundations of Mindfulness, the heart practices, concentration, walking meditation, and more. To make a donation in support of this podcast, visit www.TheEasierSofterWay.com/Sits
By The Easier Softer Way Meditation
The Institute of Buddhist Studies Podcast is a digital archive of audio and video recordings of academic lectures and Dharma talks. The IBS is a Buddhist graduate school and seminary located in Berkeley, California.
By Various: Institute of Buddhist Studies
This is the podcast of the Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple, a center dedicated to teaching meditation and the art of happiness, regardless of members' religious beliefs or backgrounds. We teach meditation at locations in northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin, and Las Vegas, Nevada, including a special monthly class for children at our Woodstock, IL location. The podcast features Dharma talks by abbot Bhante Sujatha and members of the ordained and lay sangha. Please visit us on the web at bluelotustemple.org. We're on Facebook and Twitter too! May you be well, happy, and peaceful!
By Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple
The Venerable Robina Courtin has been a Tibetan Buddhist nun for twenty three years. She was the editorial director of Wisdom Publications until 1987. At the end of 2000 she resigned as editor of MANDALA, international magazine of Buddhism, to increase teaching at Buddhist centers around the world. Since 1997, she has run the Liberation Prison Project for Buddhist Practitioners, which works with people in prisons throughout the US, helping them with their practice and studies by writing them and sending books and tapes and other materials. She visits prisons in California, Massachusetts, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia, giving teachings to groups and meeting them one-to-one. Several of these men are on death row or have life sentences, and some have been involved in gangs, both on the streets and in prison. Venerable Robina was born in Melbourne, Australia and brought up as a Catholic. She studied classical singing until her early twenties, then went to London in 1967, where she lived for four years. She became actively involved in the radical left, working mainly with a London-based support group for black and Chicano prisoners. In the early seventies she became a feminist and returned to Melbourne in 1972 to work with other radical feminists. Robina began studying martial arts in 1974 in her quest for a spiritual path, moving to New York where she studied karate. She continued karate in Melbourne until 1976, when she attended a Tibetan Buddhist course in Queensland given by Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche. She went to Kathmandu, Nepal, eighteen months later, in November 1977, and became ordained as a Buddhist nun at Kopan Monastery.
By The Venerable Robina Courtin
The Jay Forrest Show is a weekly podcast Sharing the Buddha’s wisdom as it applies to life in today’s world. The Show will help you think critically and live mindfully in a world of delusion. Jay Forrest is a an open-minded, politically incorrect Buddhist who is a longtime student of Zen and a practitioner of vipassana meditation. Buddhist Online Internet Radio Podcast with Jay Forrest.
By Jay N. Forrest