Meditation Podcast Episodes

Love is complex in our culture, tied up with finding a single person to satisfy our huge list of needs and dreams. But love from the Buddhist perspective is simpler: wishing others to be happy.
The Dalai Lama recommends this meditation for the early morning, right when you wake up: a meditation on the nature of the mind, followed by meditating on the kindness of others.
The Buddhist meditation on equanimity teaches a technique to eliminate bias and expand our care and concern from family and friends to strangers and even enemies.
The Buddhist meditation on equanimity teaches us a technique of “spiritual democracy” for developing healthy feelings of connection to others—even those we most despise.
Venerable Robina Courtin, Buddhist nun and advocate for prisoner’s rights, on how activists can leverage meditation and mind training, how Buddhism functions as a science of the mind, and how being a Buddhist doesn’t mean being a pushover.
A guided meditation on fighting the systemic racism against Black Americans through compassionate action.
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Episode 25: What Is Love?

Love is complex in our culture, tied up with finding a single person to satisfy our huge list of needs and dreams. But love from the Buddhist perspective is simpler: wishing others to be happy.

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cute grey cat hugging tan pug dog

Episode 25: What Is Love?

Love is complex in our culture, tied up with finding a single person to satisfy our huge list of needs and dreams. But love from the Buddhist perspective is simpler: wishing others to be happy.

Listen / Read →

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