Awake in the World Podcast show

Awake in the World Podcast

Summary: Awake in the World Podcast is a library of talks on a wide-range of topics, including bringing mindfulness and meditation practice into daily life; personal and community issues regarding mental health; and social change. The podcasts are recorded at live events so you might hear coughing, airplanes, cars, sirens, laughter, and peoples’ questions—all part of the intimate experience. Michael Stone was an internationally-recognized Buddhist teacher, author, host of the Awake in the World podcast, and mental health advocate.

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 Kushala 3 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:51:30

The mind in meditation, dream yoga, and the Buddha’s teaching on “The Arrow.” Michael Stone gives an in-depth talk on the Buddha’s approach to embracing suffering, letting go, and how when we experience letting go a path begins to open. Spring 2014.

 Guided Meditation (40 min.) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:43:29

Guided meditation by Michael Stone, with focus on the tongue, palette, position of fingers, and subtle physical tricks to open the mind in Vipassana practice. Recorded on silent retreat at True North Insight in Ontario. April 19, 2014.

 Love, Death, And Oak Trees In The Garden | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:51:52

On silent retreat Michael Stone talks about the Zen koan "Oak Tree in the Garden," as well as the meditation practice as "a politics of love." He describes in detail the Buddha's death. Recorded at True North Insight in Ontario on April 19, 2014.

 Form & Emptiness: The Role of the Body in Meditation Practice | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:49:35

Michael Stone uses the teachings on emptiness to work with the body. He calls sitting "physical practice" and he describes yoga as "psychological practice." Recorded at True North Insight in Ontario on April 18, 2014. (Photos by Andréa de Keijzer)

 Bring Me Something That Isn't Medicine | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:39:09

Michael Stone opens a silent retreat talking about seeing everything as medicine and how meditation teaches us how to practice intimacy, even with old wounds. Recorded at True North Insight in Ontario on April 17, 2014. (Photo courtesy of Andréa de Keijzer)


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