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Marcus Aurelius was a Roman Emperor and philosopher who wrote Meditations; insights which were considered to give the meaning of life. The book was not written with the intent to be published. It offers a noteworthy chain of challenging situations which are a reflection on spirituality and enumerate the struggle to understand oneself and one's role in the universe. Written in the style of a journal, Meditations emphasizes that life in this world is short. Aurelius was a stoic philosopher who ...
 
Transform Your Fear Into Fuel. Ignite Your Potential. Hosted by Jessie May Wolfe, founder of HeartRise Movement, 'High On Heart' the podcast, is here to ignite your potential with heart-powered purpose, play, and passion. For over a decade, Jessie May has been bringing the HeartRise Method into organizations, communities, and companies across the world. Known for her signature soothing voice and healing presence, Jessie May’s live HeartRise meditations have quickly gained a dedicated followi ...
 
A Skeptic’s Path to Enlightenment brings the inner science of Buddhist meditation to twenty-first century people hungry for happy, meaningful lives. It is a secular approach to meditation that requires no belief beyond our current understanding of science and psychology. Skeptic’s Path meditations are based on powerful analytical meditation techniques that use imagination, emotions, and critical inquiry to probe our inner and outer realities and expand our compassion. These Tibetan Buddhist ...
 
After several years working on a treatise putting forth his mechanistic philosophy and physics, Descartes shelved the project when his contemporary, Galileo, was charged with heresy. That work, The World, was only published after Descartes’ death. It seems that Descartes must have had this, in part at least, in mind when writing his more famous philosophical works. This is especially clear in the Meditations, not only in the obsequiousness of the Letter of Dedication, but also in the specifi ...
 
This is a podcast for enlightened-being. Explore interesting views, share novel ideas, sample fringe thoughts ... Everything from forbidden power locked within yourself to taboo discussion that shakes the foundations of human establishment and reality!! Consciousness, the ego, society, humanity, nature, the cosmos, healing and miracles. Nothing is ever 'off-limits' here. And there's only one agenda: 'Enlightenment'!
 
The foundations of modern skepticism and objective thinking are thought to be rooted in the philosophy of Rene Descartes, the French mathematician, philosopher and writer. This great sixteenth century thinker also gave us theories on mind-body dualism and the concept of ethics as the highest form of science. He is considered the Father of Modern Western Philosophy. His theories also led to the emancipation of humanity from the doctrine that the Church is the sole authority over Man and led t ...
 
Welcome to WiseBodyMind podcast. Here is a creative space where your Wise Body and Wise Mind will be explored, honored, and expanded with conversation, creative visualizations, spiritual practices, stories, and actionable self-care & life enhancing tools. Hosted with Lots O' Love by Chan Castaño <3
 
My name is Hallie and I am a certified yoga teacher, sharing my classes for free with you. Join me on your mat for a unique experience. The classes are based in Hatha Yoga, with specific details to the Anusara alignment principles. There is an emphasis on body awareness and body acceptance. Each class is a journey that brings you closer to who you really are. Breathe. Listen. Be You. And Excuse Me While I Yogini...
 
The Tenkara Cast with Daniel Galhardo is a podcast on tenkara, the Japanese method of fly-fishing that uses only a rod, line and fly. The Tenkara Cast episodes are about sharing the stories, techniques and philosophy and other information that will inspire you to keep your fly-fishing simple and explore the outdoors. The recording of the Tenkara Cast is supported by Tenkara USA, the first company to introduce tenkara outside of Japan. Sharing the tenkara story™
 
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E58 : Episode best accompanied by a journal, pen, and cup of tea. Chan answers the questions... What is intuition? How do I hear my intuition? How do I trust my intuition? How do I follow my intuition and take real-life inspired action? End of episode : 3 practices Chan does & shares with clients to help strengthen your inner knowing Chan | @Chanca…
 
Sympathetic joy is an easy-to-understand meditation practice that expands our love and compassion by rejoicing in all the good things that others did today. It counteracts greed, jealousy, and envy, and can be done kicking back on the couch at the end of a hard day. Sympathetic Joy: Opening Your Heart to the Happiness of Others Support the show (ht…
 
E57 : Tune in to my personal ayahuasca experience... a bit of what ceremony was like and a lot about how it has changed my perception of reality. Ayahuasca helped me : Love myself harder and in ways I never knew possible Trust & respect my body and intuition Face my fear of death, despair, and suffering Lose 15lbs and get my health aligned Strength…
 
Editor-in-chief Melvin McLeod and deputy editor Andrea Miller talk about what's in the next issue of Lion's Roar magazine, from the cover story on teachings from the Buddha to the Kung Fu Nuns of Nepal, the power of mindfulness in poker, and tasting food from one of the best restaurants in the world. They also talk about America's Racial Karma, a n…
 
Dr. Jan Willis, renowned scholar and teacher of Buddhism, talks about race and racism through a Buddhist lens. She shares stories about growing up with racism in Birmingham, Alabama; marching with Dr. Martin Luther King there in 1963; brushes with the Black Panthers; her experience as one of the first Westerners to dive deeply into Tibetan Buddhism…
 
One of the most powerful Tibetan Buddhist mind training techniques is universalizing, a practice that transforms everyday pains and pleasures into profound meditations. From arguing with the family to stuffing yourself with a delicious meal, life’s problems and pleasures can bring anger, guilt, and sadness. The meditation technique of “universaliza…
 
E55 :This episode generally answers questions like : What is ayahuasca? Why would someone sit in ayahuasca ceremony? What are the healing benefits? How do you find or choose a ceremony space? How do you physically, mentally, and emotionally prepare for ceremony? My personal intentions and "expectations" Chan | @Chancastano | Chan@ChanCastano.Com Re…
 
In another helpful conversation about Buddhism, illness, and health—especially relevant in the coronavirus era—Buddhist teacher Karma Lekshe Tsomo gets personal with her colleague Pema Khandro Rinpoche, talking about what she learned from her own very scary brush with illness after being bitten by a poisonous viper. They also discuss using pain as …
 
Tonglen is a meditation practice that combines meditating on loving-kindness with meditating on compassion to release our own pain, suffering, and loneliness. In translation, tonglen practice can be called “taking and giving” or “exchanging self with other." Tonglen is one of the “mind training” techniques from Tibetan Buddhism that reverse our ord…
 
E53 : Mara is a powerful leader with an inspiring ability to communicate and articulate very complex neuroscience in a way that makes it feel accessible and deeply spiritual. ✽ How Neurosculpting supported Mara to move from years of career and emotional burnout to feeling joyful and free. ✽ Conversation around how/why our body and mind hold traumas…
 
Stephen Batchelor is a teacher and author of the national bestselling title Buddhism Without Beliefs. Buddhadharma deputy editor Koun Franz asks him about the role of study in Buddhist practice – what divides the scholars from the practitioners – and how Batchelor bridges that gap, showing how practice opens up questions we can pursue with an attit…
 
E52 : Chan & Vern get real about the intensity of the present moment for the collective and on an individual level. Tune in for conversation around : ✽WHY IS LIFE SO INTENSE RIGHT NOW?? -- Do you notice when and how you try to escape the present moment? -- Practices to ground us into the present moment ✽ How to allow life to be intense without sham…
 
WiseBodyMind Episode 51 is for you if you would like to add more meaning into your life and if you wonder what your life's purpose is. ✽ Find Chan On IG @Chancastano Check the archive for more WiseBodyMind Episodes About Your Life's Purpose : ✽ Dec 2, 2019 | 3 Ways to Tap Into Your Unique Gifts & Move Towards Your Life's Purpose ✽ Jan 6, 2020 | Wis…
 
Khen Rinpoche Geshe Tashi Tsering shares his profound insights on a secular understanding of karma, the importance of analytical meditation, and a warning that the popularity of meditation today might just kill it. Khen Rinpoche Geshe Tashi Tsering on Karma, Analytical Meditation, and Mindfulness Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/suppo…
 
Anne Lamott grew up in a family with atheist parents and a great disdain for spirituality. Neal Allen was raised in a Protestant Christian family but until he was 52 years old believed he had no use for god. They were married by an episcopal minister, a Jesuit priest, and the Buddhist author and teacher, Jack Kornfield. In an interview for Lion’s R…
 
E50 : Constructive, inclusive, and curious conversation around Black Lives Matter & Sex Trafficking + abuse of children & Covid & other social justice issues : ✽ How do you balance social justice and personal healing? ✽How can I help the world when I feel overwhelmed, lost, and hurt by it? ✽Why does it feel like the world is getting worse instead o…
 
E49 : Caroline is a Death Doula, Business Coach, & Yin Yoga Instructor. Listen in for conversations around: ✽ What it mean to be a Death Doula & help people transition through Life & Death ✽The deep impact physical & metaphorical Death can have on any human. Everyone grieves differently. ✽ How to navigate and honor your pain, loss, grief ✽How to le…
 
Sharing your most personal stories can seem impossible. But in her book The Apology, Eve Ensler goes one impossible step further. She tells the story of her abusive father from his perspective. Ensler is known for her famous episodic play, The Vagina Monologues – a testament to the healing power of sharing the traumatic, scary experiences that we t…
 
E48: Vern & Chan chat on WiseBodyMind every other Thursday. Today we talk... ✽Do you hate the part of yourself that can't show up for society in a productive, Doing, & always rushing manner? Do you feel like society doesn't hold space for you to just Exist? This episode is meant to ease, normalize and inspire you. ✽What feminine energy is -- and su…
 
On Ten Percent Happier a few weeks ago, The Dalai Lama described to Dan Harris a “simple meditation” for these times. This guided meditation is an interpretation of the two meditations His Holiness recommends in the morning: meditating on the mind and meditating on the kindness of others. The Dalai Lama's "Simple Meditation" Support the show (https…
 
Many of us understand the sense of freedom provided by fishing. But, many of us will never understand how powerful that sense of freedom was for some. Daniel talks to filmmaker Cory Shiozaki about the dark chapter of concentration camps in the US, which incarcerated over a hundred thousand American citizens. One such concentration camp was Manzanar…
 
The Buddhist meditation on equanimity teaches a technique to eliminate bias and expand our love and concern from family and friends to strangers and even enemies. It tames our fierce attachment to loved ones and our anger toward enemies for a stabler, happier mind and a more just and equitable world. Guided Meditation: Transforming Bias with Equani…
 
E47: ✽ Some people really don't like me...and some really don't like you...it's normal...where do we go from here? ✽Calling in people who DO like you ✽Letting go of people you do not like and trusting them to let go of you ✽Your community is out there -- make the space for them ✽Trusting others in their choice of not liking you…
 
Life as we know it has changed, including work life. Technology tends to fill in the gaps left open by the need to distance ourselves from one another, but can work and technology actually help our spiritual well-being? In his book, Buddha's Office: The Ancient Art of Waking Up While Working Well, Dan Zigmond gives a lot of thought to bringing tech…
 
E46: Vern & Chan talk every other Thursday on WiseBodyMind...today we work through : ✽ What it means to live a "body-based" life ✽How to connect to your emotions, un-learning emotional patterns that don't serve us, identifying what you're feeling, and moving through the full spectrum of emotions with grace. ✽How Vern & Chan both worked through rand…
 
In everyday life we’re torn between fierce attachment to our loved ones and anger at those that give us trouble. But Buddhism, democracy, and social justice tell us that all people deserve the same rights and freedoms: we’re all equal and we all deserve happiness. The Buddhist meditation on equanimity, applied to our everyday relationships and the …
 
Venerable Robina Courtin, Buddhist nun and advocate for prisoner’s rights, on how activists can leverage meditation and mind training, how Buddhism functions as a science of the mind, and how being a Buddhist doesn’t mean being a pushover. Venerable Robina Courtin — Buddha's Science of Mind Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)…
 
Chris Hunt is Trout Unlimited's National Digital Director and author of Catching Yellowstone's Wild Trout: A Fly-Fishing History and Guide as well as Fly Fishing Idaho's Secret Waters. In this episode Chris will guide you through Idaho's fly-fishing landscape inspiring you to search for your tenkara in its beautiful and diverse waters. Chris is a t…
 
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