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Three Skills of Meditation

Sharon Salzberg – Metta Hour – Ep. 33 – Three Skills of Meditation

February 1, 2016
 |  Sharon Salzberg

Sharon offers an overview of the context in which we practice, providing insight and instruction for some of the basic tenements of meditation. These…

Eric Alterman

Danny Goldberg – Ep. 10 – Eric Alterman

January 31, 2016
 |  Danny Goldberg

I had fun talking to my favorite intellectual, my friend Eric Alterman (who claims that he doesn’t believe in God) about his Torah studies…


Joseph Goldstein – Insight Hour – Ep. 16 – Worldly and Unworldly Feelings

January 29, 2016
 |  Joseph Goldstein

Joseph explores the concept of Vedana, explaining the Buddha’s heavy emphasis on establishing this form of mindfulness to better understand how our lives are…


Mindrolling – Raghu Markus – Ep. 142 – Does it Help to Worry?

January 28, 2016
 |  Raghu Markus

Worry?! Is it of any use? Raghu and George “Balaram” Pitagorsky discuss his recent blog on Shedding Light to Combat ignorance: confrontation is necessary…


Many Ways up the Mountain – Jack Kornfield – Meditation

January 25, 2016
 |  Awakened Heart Blog, Why We Meditate

Many Ways Up The Mountain – On Meditation… There are many ways up the mountain, but each of us must choose a practice that…

Henepola Gunaratana

Mindfulness in Plain English – Henepola Gunaratana

How would you deal with the death of your spouse? How would you feel if you lost your mother tomorrow? Or your sister or…

Meditation Chogyam

Thoughts on Meditation – Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

January 25, 2016
 |  Awakened Heart Blog, Why We Meditate

“Whenever thoughts arise, just observe them as thoughts and label them “thinking.” What usually happens when we have thoughts is that we absorb ourselves…


The Challenge of Reactivity – Ram Dass

January 25, 2016
 |  Awakened Heart Blog, Self Compassion

The challenge is working to extricate ourselves from the reactivity to suffering around us, not to the denial of it, which we’re trying to…

Courage of Prayer

The Courage of Prayer – Anne Lamott

January 25, 2016
 |  Awakened Heart Blog, Self Compassion

The Courage of Prayer “My belief is that when you’re telling the truth, you’re close to God. If you say to God, “I am…


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