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Best George Haas podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best George Haas podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Futures in Fundraising is a new, interview-based podcast that focuses on careers in fundraising and development. Futures in Fundraising consists of interviews with leading and emerging fundraising, development and nonprofit professionals. While focusing on the interviewee’s fundraising journey – their experience in the field, tough situations, lessons learned and their “Ah-ha!” moments, as well as advice for those seeking to advance their careers in fundraising – we hope to bring new inspira ...
 
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Recorded before our nation erupted in protest in nearly every city, George explored a Buddhist perspective on the murder of George Floyd and racism in America. Captured live on 5/28/20. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosity), you are invited to help support us by making a contribution here. Subscribe on iTunes. Find out mo…
 
There are many Dharma maps that help organize one’s practice. George explores this concept, while talking about his own journey with Mahasi Sayadaw’s Manual of Insight. Captured live on 5/21/20. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosity), you are invited to help support us by making a contribution here. Subscribe on iTunes. An…
 
After two weeks of Vipassana practice, we explore some Metta (loving-kindness) practice this week, focusing on close people in our lives. Captured live on 5/14/20. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosity), you are invited to help support us by making a contribution here. Subscribe on iTunes. And find out more about our daily…
 
George breaks down how the experience of self emerges when you look within and gets into the Vipassana practice of knowledge by comprehension. Captured live on 5/7/20. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosity), you are invited to help support us by making a contribution here. Subscribe on iTunes. And find out more about our d…
 
George explains the Buddhist concept of the three marks of existence: anicca (impermanence), dukkha (unsatisfactoriness) and anatta (non-self). Captured live during our weekly Thursday night virtual dharma talk and extended sit. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosity), you are invited to help support us by making a contribu…
 
George outlines how early care during infancy and early childhood has a profound effect on the attachment style that will emerge later in life for an adult. An equally informative listen for anybody exploring their own attachment style, or for those providing care to children themselves. If you would like to engage in the practice of dāna (generosi…
 
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…
 
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