Meditation Podcast Episodes

Who am I? From the Buddhist perspective, there’s a systematic way of asking this question of who you are in the form of a meditation on the ultimate nature of the self, or "emptiness." This meditation is said to be the strongest antidote to our disturbing states of mind and a cause for greater self-awareness, happiness, and connection with others.
Are you your body? Are you your mind? The Buddhist notion of emptiness, searches for the partless, independent, unchanging "I" that ordinarily appears to us and finds a self that's far richer and interconnected with reality and with others.
"Buddhism is not meant to make people Buddhist" Western Tibetan Buddhist master Geshe Tenzin Namdak on the mind, disturbing emotions, and emptiness, the ultimate nature of reality.
Meditating on the interdependent nature of reality, or emptiness, breaks down the illusion of independent, partless, and unchanging objects.
The Buddhist analysis of how things exist breaks objects down into parts, causes, and the mind that bundles them into the illusion of a solid, singular, unchanging entity. What happens when we apply this analysis to the iPhone?
Science & Buddhism show us that as we examine reality more closely, things exist far more subtly than they appear, including our precious smartphone.
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Episode 43: Guided Meditation — The Interdependent Self

Who am I? From the Buddhist perspective, there’s a systematic way of asking this question of who you are in the form of a meditation on the ultimate nature of the self, or “emptiness.” This meditation is said to be the strongest antidote to our disturbing states of mind and a cause for greater self-awareness, happiness, and connection with others.

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Surreal image of man on a pier with a mirror infinitely reflecting himself

Episode 42: Who Am I?

Are you your body? Are you your mind? The Buddhist notion of emptiness, searches for the partless, independent, unchanging “I” that ordinarily appears to us and finds a self that’s far richer and interconnected with reality and with others.

Listen / Read →
surreal image of a man standing on a pier holding a mirror that sees through him

Episode 43: Guided Meditation — The Interdependent Self

Who am I? From the Buddhist perspective, there’s a systematic way of asking this question of who you are in the form of a meditation on the ultimate nature of the self, or “emptiness.” This meditation is said to be the strongest antidote to our disturbing states of mind and a cause for greater self-awareness, happiness, and connection with others.

Listen / Read →
Surreal image of man on a pier with a mirror infinitely reflecting himself

Episode 42: Who Am I?

Are you your body? Are you your mind? The Buddhist notion of emptiness, searches for the partless, independent, unchanging “I” that ordinarily appears to us and finds a self that’s far richer and interconnected with reality and with others.

Listen / Read →

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