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Best Dharma Punx podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Dharma Punx podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Refuge Recovery is a Buddhist-oriented path to freedom from addiction. This is an approach to recovery that understands: “All individuals have the power and potential to free themselves from the suffering that is caused by addiction.” We feel confident in the power of the Dharma, if applied, to relieve suffering of all kinds, including the suffering of addiction. This is a process that cultivates a path of awakening, the path of recovering from the addictions and delusions that have created ...
 
If you would like to support the work I do, Please consider making a donation. https://www.paypal.me/satisila As a Dharma teacher, my primary focus of interest has been in early Buddhism. This being the oldest record of what the historic Buddha may have taught. These teachings have been well preserved in a body of text known as the Pali canon, which is the core focus of the Theravada tradition. Within this massive volume of work lies the message that has been left behind for all of us to exp ...
 
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The eightfold path: • Understanding • Intention; We renounce greed, hatred, and delusion • Communication/Community • Action/Engagement • Livelihood/Service • Effort/Energy • Mindfulness/Meditations • Concentration/Meditations LEARN MORE ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/ REFUGE RECOVERY BOOK ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/refuge-recovery-book…
 
The eightfold path: • Understanding • Intention; We renounce greed, hatred, and delusion • Communication/Community • Action/Engagement • Livelihood/Service • Effort/Energy • Mindfulness/Meditations • Concentration/Meditations LEARN MORE ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/ REFUGE RECOVERY BOOK ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/refuge-recovery-book…
 
The eightfold path: • Understanding • Intention; We renounce greed, hatred, and delusion • Communication/Community • Action/Engagement • Livelihood/Service • Effort/Energy • Mindfulness/Meditations • Concentration/Meditations LEARN MORE ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/ REFUGE RECOVERY BOOK ➤ https://refugerecovery.org/refuge-recovery-book…
 
Opening up to the eightfold path of Buddhism and how we apply this to our process of recovering from addiction. The eightfold path: • Understanding • Intention; We renounce greed, hatred, and delusion • Communication/Community • Action/Engagement • Livelihood/Service • Effort/Energy • Mindfulness/Meditations • Concentration/Meditations LEARN MORE ➤…
 
The Buddhist understanding is that all beings have the ability to awaken, to heal, to recover, based on our own efforts, our own actions; we can wake up in this lifetime. Refuge Recovery is a non-profit organization grounded in the belief that Buddhist principles and practices create a strong foundation for the addiction recovery process. LEARN MOR…
 
We have come to understand that all forms of addiction have their roots in the natural human tendency to crave for life to be more pleasurable and less painful than it actually is. The addict is not at fault for the root causes and conditions that lead to addiction, only for the habitual reactive patterns that perpetuate it. LEARN MORE ➤ https://re…
 
This is not a philosophy. It is a practice; it demands action. We must understand, acknowledge, admit, and accept all the ways addiction has caused suffering in our lives. We take this action by writing and sharing an in- depth and detailed inventory of the suffering we have experienced in association with our addictions. Refuge Recovery is a non-p…
 
To join my podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/davesmithdharma I met George Hofmann just before the Covid-19 shutdown. We were both attending a retreat with Stephen Batchelor at Upaya Zen Center. We became fast friends and I was very interested in his process with mindfulness and Dharma. George, has a long personal history of working with B…
 
Perspectives on Faith, Trust and Confidence: How do we understand and develop these qualities? How are the relevant and useful in the stressful and uncertain moments of our life? How can we develop the inner resource of confidence? If you are looking for more resources and guidance during this time, please see what I have available at my services p…
 
This talk was given via ZOOM as an act of generosity to the good folks at ALBX Insight. I recorded it last minute on my iphone. Enjoy. For those out there looking to find something to sink they're teeth into. Please consider signing up for my Secular Mindfulness Practice and Education Course offered a a discounted rate during these difficult times.…
 
This short talk is a big thanks to all-y'all for listening to all my talks. I have a new online class available that is the culmination of 10 years of teaching in jails, prisons, treatment centers and whole bunch of other crazy spots. The online course is simple, yet comprehensive and will give you the background, education and all the instructions…
 
This recent talk given at the Durango Dharma Center is a reflection on the idea of "wisdom" (whatever that means *%$!) in relationship to the 4 great efforts. A classic and dynamic teaching. Also. If you would like to take part in my self-pace, reduced-rate online mindfulness course you should get on it. Here is the link: https://courses.seculardha…
 
Borrowing the title, "No Self, No Problem", from author Chris Niebauer's most recent book, Andrew discusses the Buddha's teaching on Anatta, the teaching of "not-self". What happens when we learn to take the mind less personally & see the present sensory experience unfold without identifying with feelings, perceptions, or thoughts as self? We find …
 
“People have suffered in one place, so they go somewhere else. When they have suffered there, they run off again. They think they are running away from suffering, but they are not. It goes with them. They carry suffering around without knowing it. If we don’t know suffering, then we can’t know the cause of suffering. If we don’t know the cause of s…
 
Why do we keep doing things that cause suffering in our lives? Usually, it's because those destructive habits temporarily provide us with comfort, even though they don't serve our long-term wellbeing. When we practice letting go of destructive habits or thoughts, there is often a fear of losing the temporary relief that those thoughts and behaviors…
 
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