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A podcast on how to study the Buddha's Teachings (Dhamma) and meditate on the Buddha's insight (knowledge) pathways from the Theravada suttas. Particular emphasis is given to lay practitioners to develop on the Buddha's Noble Eightfold Path towards full liberation. This is an offering, Dhammadāna, take what is useful to you. For videos https://bit.ly/3Dy5mKy For notifications and published documents https://bit.ly/3xg4yXQ To get in touch with a question, request or comment, you can: 1) leave ...
 
You are here because you believe that it is better to be a warrior in a garden, than a gardener in a war. You want to conquer your goals without sacrificing your well-being, while also enjoying the things that matter most -- like spending time with people you love and pursuing your interests without guilt. The Zen Stoic Path will guide you along the path to unshakable inner peace. You’ll be ready to conquer any challenge life throws your way -- while being peacefully present to each moment. ...
 
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Lisa Dale Miller, MFT

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The first path factor of the Buddha’s Eightfold Noble Path is right view, also known as wise understanding. Though right view is the first of the Eightfold path factors, it represents the fruition of the succeeding seven path factors. Right view and right intention (the second path factor) together encompass supreme training in wisdom; a training designed to awaken the faculty of penetrative understanding—that which knows things as they truly are. The Buddha defined right view as understandi ...
 
Alan Peto hosts an informative and helpful podcast for anyone who is interested in Buddhism and beginning a Buddhist practice. Alan explains Buddhism and Buddhist teachings for beginners and westerners on his website, https://alanpeto.com, through articles, videos, infographics, and books. Contact Alan: https://alanpeto.com/contact Podcast Homepage: https://alanpeto.com/podcast Podcast Disclaimer: https://alanpeto.com/legal/podcast-disclaimer/
 
The show that will help you on your entrepreneurial journey and improve both your mindset & strategies as well as spark your creativity and curiosity. Sagi Shieber interviews mega-successful creative entrepreneurs about the strategies, tactics, and mindset needed in order to flourish in all areas in life. Ready to roll?
 
Bhante Henepola Gunaratana is the founding abbot of the Bhavana Society. Born in rural Sri Lanka, he has been a monk since age 12 and took full ordination at age 20 in 1947. He came to the United States in 1968. “Bhante G” (as he is fondly called by his students) has written a number of books, including the now-classic meditation manual Mindfulness In Plain English and its companion Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness. Bhante G regularly leads retreats on vipassana, mindfulness, metta (Loving-f ...
 
This series includes talks about Buddhism. Most of the talks are by Judith Ragir, a Zen teacher from Minnesota who studied with Dainin Katagiri Roshi for many years. Other talks are from individuals who co-led classes or retreats with Judith. For more information about Judith, visit www.judithragir.org. Related talks can be found at www.cloudsinwater.org.
 
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➣ ZOOM DHARMA TALKS: Sign up and participate with the sangha on Against The Stream Zoom Dharma talks HERE. ➢ ABOUT Against The Stream is a 501(c)3 non profit American Buddhist lineage founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery. ➢DONATE If you feel moved to donate, your donations ar…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This is the FULL DHAMMA SESSION, conducted on VESAK POYA (15 May 2022) via zoom, on THE TRUE GOAL OF SPIRITUAL LIFE. We examine the Mahāsāropama Sutta (MN 29), which is an important teaching of the Buddha on the benefits that result from making progress in the spiritual life, which can also becom…
 
➣ ZOOM DHARMA TALKS: Sign up and participate with the sangha on Against The Stream Zoom Dharma talks HERE. ➢ ABOUT Against The Stream is a 501(c)3 non profit American Buddhist lineage founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery. ➢DONATE If you feel moved to donate, your donations ar…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In this Dhamma session, we are addressing a Dhamma question (or topic) on the Dhamma-follower (dhammānusārī), Faith-follower (saddhānusārī), and Stream Entry. In addressing this topic, we delve into the Buddha's words on these two kinds of persons, the fixed course of rightness, and how they ente…
 
The free eBook, Buddhism in 10 Steps, was written by Alan Peto and Buddhist Monk Sanathavihari Bhikkhu to help those new to Buddhism get a 'quick start' with a short and easy to read book. In this episode, Alan discusses some topics from the book, and Buddhism in general, with Sanathavihari.To get the book, visit: https://alanpeto.com/books/buddhis…
 
Mike recalls memories from the first half of 1994. Topics discussed include: Living in San Francisco, working at Think Skateboards, NYE at the Fillmore, phone card numbers, Cole EMB, writing letters, weekly international calls, 5 Fulton to 15 Third, roach coach, decaf coffee, sack lunch, $375 rent, Jae, circle dancing at raves, sound/body connectio…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. A Dhamma talk on the Sotānugata Sutta (AN 4.191) where the Buddha reminds us of the importance of thoroughly learning the Dhamma in this life and the benefits that can be expected in the future (assuming you live a wholesome life), particularly if one is concerned about passing away with a muddle…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In today's session, we look at Dhammapada Verse 42 - THE STORY OF NANDA, THE HERDSMAN (Nandagopālaka Vatthu). The Buddha gives a very powerful teaching about the importance of a rightly directed mind and the safety of stream entry. In this short session we examine Nanda's story and how he was abl…
 
Practice and Reflection Reflect on the benefit of struggle and effort in your practice. How does it help wisdom grow and delusion fade? In what ways do you struggle unwisely, in a way that perpetuates suffering? How can we discern the difference? This recording was edited and prepared for publication by volunteer Jim Matthews.…
 
Did you know that the Buddha actually had two mothers? His mother, Maya, passed away just a few days after he was born. His aunt became his stepmother and raised him as her own. At a basic level, this doesn't speak much about Buddhism until you realize how important these two women were. One gave birth to the Buddha of our era (in a very supernatur…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In this Dhamma session we take a look at the Buddha's advice on longevity and vitality. We primarily examine the Anāyussā Sutta (AN 5.125-126) and the seven things that are conducive to shorter life and those that are conducive are conducive to longer life. Some of these things you may already be…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. A Dhamma talk on the Avakujja Sutta (AN 3.30) where the Buddha talks about three kinds of persons and the way they listen to Dhamma, which results in different types of wisdom (i.e. inverted, lap-like, and wide wisdom). The Buddha gives us three very useful similes to contemplate and connect with…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In today's session, we look at Dhammapada Verse 35 - THE STORY OF A BHIKKHU WHO WISHED TO TAME THE MIND (Aññatarabhikkhu Vatthu). This is encouragement and inspiration towards making effort to restrain, guard, protect and tame the mind. To further our understanding, we examine the Buddha's explan…
 
Practice and Reflection Bring attention to the times during meditation practice, investigation, and daily life, where unexpectedly, something shifts, and things become effortless, still, and clear. Notice the tendency to chase these states or grasp at them. Instead, practice surrendering into them. When or if they pass, how have they transformed yo…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. Another session to accompany the fourth module in the Youth Dhamma Gradual Teachings series looking into Buddha's Gradual Instructions to Lay People on THE BLESSINGS OF RENUNCIATION (nekkhamma ānisaṃsaṃ). In this additional session, we examine THE GREAT FRUIT AND BENEFIT OF OBSERVING THE UPOSATHA…
 
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This lecture is based on information from the Nirvana Sutra. We talk about the classification of the aspects of a good character. They are based on the five moral precepts of not taking life, not taking what is not given, engaging in improper sexual activity, using false speech, and ingesting intoxicants. Then the additional aspects are refraining …
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This question was asked during the FULL DHAMMA SESSION conducted on BAK POYA (16 April 2022) via zoom on "TAMING THE MIND" where we examined the Vitakkasaṇṭhāna Sutta (MN 20). The question: “When unwholesome thoughts trouble me in my meditation, I usually examine those thoughts and review the fiv…
 
➣ ZOOM DHARMA TALKS: Sign up and participate with the sangha on Against The Stream Zoom Dharma talks HERE. ➢ ABOUT Against The Stream is a 501(c)3 non profit American Buddhist lineage founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery. ➢DONATE If you feel moved to donate, your donations ar…
 
Easter is celebrated by Christians around the world. But does Buddhism have a similar resurrection story? Yes and no. While Jesus and the Buddha were two different people, religions, and paths, we can find some similarities between their stories and "resurrection". Read the article here: https://alanpeto.com/buddhism/buddhist-easter/ In order for S…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This question was asked during the FULL DHAMMA SESSION conducted on BAK POYA (16 April 2022) via zoom on "TAMING THE MIND" where we examined the Vitakkasaṇṭhāna Sutta (MN 20). The question: "Can you get to the higher concentration* of mind by following a guided meditation?" * Note - the higher co…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This question was asked during the FULL DHAMMA SESSION conducted on BAK POYA (16 April 2022) via zoom on "TAMING THE MIND" where we examined the Vitakkasaṇṭhāna Sutta (MN 20). The question: “I practise with a lot of restraint in daily life. I don’t read newspapers and only look at headlines for e…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This is the FULL DHAMMA SESSION, conducted on BAK POYA (16 April 2022) via zoom, on "TAMING THE MIND". We examine the Vitakkasaṇṭhāna Sutta (MN 20), which is an important teaching by the Buddha on how to tackle blocks and challenges that come up in our meditation when we are intent on training in…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. In this Dhamma session, we examine the Kaṭuviya Sutta (AN 3.128) and the Buddha's teaching "DO NOT POLLUTE YOURSELF". This short teaching from the Buddha advises not to pollute oneself, not to become tainted with a stench so that flies will attack and pursue. We look into the meaning of the Buddh…
 
➣ ZOOM DHARMA TALKS: Sign up and participate with the sangha on Against The Stream Zoom Dharma talks HERE. ➢ ABOUT Against The Stream is a 501(c)3 non profit American Buddhist lineage founded by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery. ➢DONATE If you feel moved to donate, your donations ar…
 
Sagi Shrieber on The Commit First Podcast Presents: Can you get CANCER from listening to PODCASTS? - The Dangers of EMF Radiation (w/ R Blank) SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sagishrieber You can also find the show in audio, on your favorite podcasting app: - Spotify: http://sagishrieber.com/spotify​​ - on iTunes…
 
Practice and Reflection When you find yourself strongly seeking or obsessing over something spiritual or worldly, practice opening your senses to what is immediately present. How does this shift your perspective and relationship to that something? Is it possible to engage with it without tanha (craving that leads to becoming)? How does this transfo…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. A short Dhamma talk on the Nikaṭṭha Sutta (AN 4.138). The Buddha talks about four kinds of persons in relation to being on retreat. This addresses the different permutations of where we are disciplined or undisciplined by body or by mind and the conditions are then conducive or not conducive. It'…
 
Welcome back to the Sutta Meditation Series Podcast. This is the fifth module in the Youth Dhamma Gradual Teachings series, focused on our younger audience looking into BUDDHA'S GRADUAL INSTRUCTIONS TO LAY PEOPLE ON THE BLESSINGS OF RENUNCIATION (nekkhamma ānisaṃsaṃ). This session links with the earlier sessions and confirms the importance of build…
 
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