A Skeptic’s Path to Enlightenment Podcast

Meditation Podcast Episodes

Venerable Amy Miller on managing anxiety, depression, and other difficult emotions with Buddhist meditation and mind training techniques.
Dr. Mark Westmoquette leads a Zen Buddhist meditation to help navigate conflict in your daily life. He uses the story "Cutting the Cat in Two"—a famous Zen koan—to lead the practice and illustrate the importance of embodiment and shifting one's perspective.
Mark Westmoquette talks about the meaty topic of dealing with difficult people, who he calls “troublesome Buddhas,” from our boss to our partner to world leaders and that person who takes your parking space.
What do you do when you’re alone? When you’re scared, anxious, lonely, afraid, or feeling strong craving? In our guided meditation we explore the Buddhist view on this subject and discuss how to reveal a deep source of strength and refuge within our own minds.
Lorne Ladner leads a loving-kindness meditation with themes of connection, gratitude, and warmth. This practice focuses on the experience of receiving and giving love.
Buddhist psychologist Lorne Ladner on his patients' top questions, the difference between selfishness and self-compassion, setting healthy boundaries, and treating depression with Buddhist psychology.



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