Meditation Podcast Episodes

Am I just a little bit more important than everyone else? My happiness, my goals, my relationships? This view, from the Buddhist perspective, is the root cause of our suffering, a delusion called ignorance. It seeks to explain both the suffering we feel when things don’t go our way, as well as the dissatisfaction we still feel even when we get exactly what we want.
What do you do when you’re alone? When you’re anxious, lonely, or afraid, when you feel strong craving? The Buddhist view on this subject reveals a deep source of strength and support within our own minds that’s available any time we need it.
Millions are now faced with enforced solitude, while others, in the crush of families together all day, realize how much we needed that time alone we took for granted. The essence of meditation is finding a place of satisfaction in our minds that’s equally at ease alone or with others.
A self-reflection meditation, taking control of our mental cause and effect that's normally unconscious; habits and activities conditioned by evolution, our upbringing, society and the media; letting you sleep better and be your best self the next day.
Evolution, habits, and society all affect our behavior, but we can gain conscious control of our actions through a daily practice of self-appreciation and self-forgiveness to release regret and pain and face each day with renewed presence and joy.
A guided mediation to embrace impermanence, releasing fear and anxiety to become more fully present to those around us.
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Episode 15: Am I More Important Than Everyone Else in the Universe?

Am I just a little bit more important than everyone else? My happiness, my goals, my relationships? This view, from the Buddhist perspective, is the root cause of our suffering, a delusion called ignorance. It seeks to explain both the suffering we feel when things don’t go our way, as well as the dissatisfaction we still feel even when we get exactly what we want.

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young brunette woman meditating with legs crossed on grey couch next to young girl happily jumping up and down on couch

Episode 13: Guided Meditation – Alone Together

Millions are now faced with enforced solitude, while others, in the crush of families together all day, realize how much we needed that time alone we took for granted. The essence of meditation is finding a place of satisfaction in our minds that’s equally at ease alone or with others.

Listen / Read →
young woman looking off into the stars with cosmic illustration of a question mark made up of galaxies and star clusters

Episode 11: Mental Cause and Effect

Evolution, habits, and society all affect our behavior, but we can gain conscious control of our actions through a daily practice of self-appreciation and self-forgiveness to release regret and pain and face each day with renewed presence and joy.

Listen / Read →
rapper on stage at concert facing crowd holding up phones

Episode 15: Am I More Important Than Everyone Else in the Universe?

Am I just a little bit more important than everyone else? My happiness, my goals, my relationships? This view, from the Buddhist perspective, is the root cause of our suffering, a delusion called ignorance. It seeks to explain both the suffering we feel when things don’t go our way, as well as the dissatisfaction we still feel even when we get exactly what we want.

Listen / Read →
young brunette woman meditating with legs crossed on grey couch next to young girl happily jumping up and down on couch

Episode 13: Guided Meditation – Alone Together

Millions are now faced with enforced solitude, while others, in the crush of families together all day, realize how much we needed that time alone we took for granted. The essence of meditation is finding a place of satisfaction in our minds that’s equally at ease alone or with others.

Listen / Read →
young woman looking off into the stars with cosmic illustration of a question mark made up of galaxies and star clusters

Episode 11: Mental Cause and Effect

Evolution, habits, and society all affect our behavior, but we can gain conscious control of our actions through a daily practice of self-appreciation and self-forgiveness to release regret and pain and face each day with renewed presence and joy.

Listen / Read →

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