Our perceptions are unreliable, subjective and impermanent. Ajahn teaches how different audience perceive, and why public speaking is terrifying.
Jack Kornfield talks about teachers and gurus. He expounds the importance of independence or spirituality and truth; in order not to fall astray into cults.
James Baraz describes the characteristics of the tall poppy and shrinking violet to oppression and benevolence. The mind can be arrogant and can be humble.
“I decided to stick with love, hate is too great a burden to bear!” said Martin Luther King. James Baraz describes the sacred warrior in these tough times.
Hatred never ceases by hatred. James Baraz discusses how love is the only way to end hatred as we are called to be peaceful warriors in these modern times.
Jack Kornfield tells about tending to yourself and the world by caring for each other. He tells a story about a student desperate to get home to his Mom.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation Leading with Purpose. This meditation explores leading with purpose whether you’re in an organization or family.
Jack Kornfield leads a guided meditation about Spirituality and Politics. It’s a lengthy broadcast starting with a beautiful song you may want to skip the intro part.
Wes Nisker talks about the topic How To Be An Earthling. Earthlings, what are we doing here? Wes explores our purpose and connection and making a difference.
“If you think you’re too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.”-Dalai Lama. This talk is about Evolving Together by Wes Nisker. It’s about identity.
Jack Kornfield talks about Inspired Leadership. He takes inspiration from various different leaders like the King of Thailand and George Washington.
Gil Fronsdal talks about Power and Worthiness. Strength, dignity, value, power, and confidence all these happen within you.
Joseph Goldstein talks about Right Speech. Right thoughts and understanding is the 3rd of the 8-fold path to awakening. It tends to yield right speech.
Tara Brach talks about Learning To Listen Deeply. It’s kind of an innate form of violence in our culture when we disconnect from the natural rhythms and get addicted to doing.
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