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T is For Training

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T is For Training

MC aka Baldgeekinmd

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T is for Training is a podcast dedicated to improvement through learning. Also, it is about training, presenting, learning, teaching, understanding and compassion. Started in 2008 this program seeks to expand the conversation and have a good time while doing it. ] So, grab a beverage of your choice and join us either live or via podcast. Keep in touch via the site http://tisfortraining.wordpress.com
 
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 ...
 
In The Magic of Compassion podcast, Little Woo shares practical guidance on how to be more loving to ourselves and others. Compassion comes from understanding rather than judging. It allows us to heal our wounds and fall in love with Life again. Topics/questions come from listeners and range from anxiety, depression, right livelihood, life purpose, meditation, mindfulness, kindness, self-worth, confidence to self-love! Little Woo is the founder of the School of Enchantment where she helps Ma ...
 
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The Soul Garden

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The Soul Garden

Georgina Langdale - Centre for Nature Connection

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Hosted by Georgina Langdale - alchemist, plant whisperer, founder of the Centre for Nature Connection and creator of The Natural Carer training for care at the End of Life. The Soul Garden is where where we get to explore nature, compassion and soul through the inner and outer workings of living in a connected world.www.centrenatureconnection.org
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence; Theravada, Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna notions of awakening and not-self; secular mental training; different interventions for different psy ...
 
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How does the Buddhist view on compassion help us think about COVID vaccine controversies? What do the Dalai Lama and the Pope have to say about vaccination? Without arguing for any one position, host Scott Snibbe and Producer Tara Anderson talk about how to stay loving and connected to people we disagree with, how to avoid "compassion fatigue," and…
 
Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is one of the world’s most revered Buddhist teachers and one of the very first Westerners to become ordained into the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She is best known for having lived in a remote cave in the Himalayas for 12 years. In this 10-minute meditation, she offers us the invitation to cultivate moment-to-moment inner awar…
 
Elaine Biech, Rita Bailey, and first timer Tonya Wilson joined Paul, Jill and Maurice to talk about how to make connections, creating grace, and facilitating understanding around equity, diversion, inclusion and accessibility for individuals, trainers and organizations. Check out the show notes at http://tisfortraining.wordpress.com…
 
Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is one of the world’s most revered Buddhist teachers and one of the very first Westerners to become ordained into the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She is best known for having lived in a remote cave in the Himalayas for 12 years. She spoke with us about the role of women in Buddhism from a historical and contemporary lens, the …
 
In today's meditation, we explore the idea of enlightenment: whether it’s possible, whether its seed is already within us, whether its an end or a beginning, and even whether it’s any fun. If enlightenment is transcending a narrow, separate sense of self, what might a taste of that expansive self feel like? Episode 91: Guided Meditation | The Possi…
 
When your guest says, “The deep ancient side of me responds to the deep ancient side of that site, that place in nature” you know you are in for a fascinating discussion. In this week’s episode of The Soul Garden I’m talking to Harriet Sams, archaeotherapist, intuitive guide and ecotherapist. I love our discussion! We talk about the beauty and the …
 
Is enlightenment really possible for people like you and me? Do we lose ourselves when we become enlightened? Are there people on earth who are enlightened right now? Buddhist scholar Dr. Jan Willis answers these questions and more as we explore what enlightenment (or awakening) really means. Episode 90: What is Enlightenment with Dr. Jan Willis Dr…
 
A 10-minute mindful awareness meditation led by NYT bestselling author and Buddhist meditation teacher Susan Piver. Encompassing mindfulness of breath, body, and mind, this meditation helps us relax into a peaceful present moment awareness. Episode 89: 10-Minute Mindful Awareness Meditation with Susan Piver Listen to our previous interview with Sus…
 
I think that we can all relate to feeling stuck at times. We ask ourselves questions like, “what is my potential?” and “How do I figure that out?”. A couple of days ago, I found myself literally sobbing at my computer going, ‘who am I? What am I doing? I had got really, really stuck. So in this podcast I take a look a getting stuck, and getting uns…
 
NYT bestselling author and Buddhist meditation teacher Susan Piver shares her Four Noble Truths of Love, a framework anybody can use for deeper, more fulfilling, and more connected intimate relationships. Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including The Hard Questions: 100 Essential Questions to Ask Before You Say "…
 
Jackie Butler is a Biodynamic Cranial Sacral therapist based in Richmond in the Tasman district of New Zealand. I first met Jackie when she enrolled as a student in the Natural Carer end of life care programme I run at the Centre for Nature Connection. Jackie's approach to end of life care incorporates her skill as a 'cranio' therapist and we explo…
 
Elaine Jackson guides a heart-warming Buddhist loving-kindness meditation (metta meditation). This meditation uses visualization to bring about our natural state of loving awareness for ourselves and all beings. In addition to today's meditation, Elaine joined us for an interview last week to talk about how to integrate the wisdom of Buddhism into …
 
Do you find yourself sometimes wishing that you could connect into something bigger, into nature to help you feel grounded or to help you through the tough stuff? In this episode of the Soul Garden we are going to look at plant essences, which are beautiful, beautiful bridge builders between us and the natural world. I hope you enjoy this episode w…
 
How do we integrate the wisdom of Buddhism into our intimate relationships? Elaine Jackson shares Buddhist relationship advice for navigating arguments selflessly, knowing when a relationship is over, dealing with divorce, how to meditate while parenting, and relating to a partner who's on a different spiritual path. Episode 86: Buddhist Relationsh…
 
Setting up your own business can be incredibly exciting, rewarding and stimulating – but it can also be hard! I learned two things (possibly the hard way!) in pursuing my dream of creating Archeus and the Centre for Nature Connection. One was: you are going to learn more about courage than you ever realized you needed to know; and the other thing i…
 
How can we use pleasure in our meditation practice? Buddhism offers specific techniques for meditating on pleasure as a way to deepen our qualities of concentration, fearlessness, loving-kindness, and even our understanding of the ultimate nature of reality. Episode 85: Guided Meditation on Pleasure Episode 84: Pleasure and Buddhism: Food, Sex and …
 
This week’s guest is Joanna Huriwai. Joanna is many things including: mother, friend, nurse, sister, midwife, rabble rouser and druid. In this episode Joanna and I explore things that bring meaning and comfort to our lives, especially in the face of a life-limiting illness. I first met Joanna and her family when I was asked to spend time with them …
 
Pleasure is often viewed as a hindrance to the spiritual path, a hotbed of craving and attachment, but what if we told you that pleasure can actually be a positive part of the spiritual path, a portal to love and happiness? Episode 84: Pleasure and Buddhism: Food, Sex and Netflix on the Path to Enlightenment Support the show (https://www.skepticspa…
 
How can we help our much loved pets as their end draws near? The bond between our animals can be so, so strong and so when the time comes that they are dying we want to be able to do all we can to support them through their last days, hours or moments of life. Caring for our beloved pets at the end of their life is as important, as necessary, as he…
 
A daily meditation on the four levels of happiness in Buddhism. Investigate the varying depths of happiness you get from sensory pleasures, positive states of mind, meditation, and the very nature of reality. Episode 73: Guided Meditation: Four Levels of Happiness in Buddhism Episode 72: Four Kinds of Happiness with Sangye Khadro Support the show (…
 
Explore the four kinds of happiness in Buddhism with Ven. Sangye Khadro (Kathleen McDonald). This episode offers an opportunity to reflect on where we derive our happiness from and how we can live happier lives by understanding how each kind of happiness relates to desire, attachment, compassion, and our own meditation practice. Episode 82: Four Ki…
 
A biologist and a Buddhist monk have a conversation on how science can make sense of rebirth, emptiness, and karma, the origins of consciousness and creativity, and how modern science's understanding of the nature of reality benefits from the wisdom of contemplative traditions. Rupert Sheldrake, PhD, is a biologist and author best known for his hyp…
 
Artificial intelligence expert Kristian Simsarian joins host Scott Snibbe to discuss how we can create ethical, unbiased and compassionate AI, whether we should be scared of AI, and the implications of AI on the future of work and spirituality. Kristian Simsarian has a Ph.D. in human-robot collaboration and worked as a Robotics and AI computer scie…
 
Take an expansive tour through the four foundations of mindfulness in this sweeping guided meditation with Dr. David Kittay: mindfulness of body, feelings, mind, and mental objects. Guided Meditation: Four Foundations of Mindfulness with Dr. David Kittay Listen to our previous interviews with Dr. David Kittay here: Episode 77: Buddhism and Technolo…
 
In this episode of the The Soul Garden, Georgina Langdale is joined by Dr. Tess Moeke-Maxwell to discuss work being done to support Māori whānau (families) to provide care to adults and kaumātua (older people) at end of life. In our discussion Tess talks about identity, dislocation from traditional customs and how we have to prepare our whanau and …
 
Dr. David Kittay discusses science fiction, emptiness, whether life is a simulation, whether we should treat AI robots with compassion, and whether the singularity might be another term for enlightenment. Part 2 - Episode 78: Buddhism and Technology with Dr. David Kittay (Part 2) Part 1 - Episode 77: Buddhism and Technology with Dr. David Kittay (P…
 
Dr. David Kittay joins the show to talk about whether technologically assisted enlightenment is possible, the nature of time, whether our phones and our social media accounts have become part of ourselves, and how to deal with tech addiction. Dr. Kittay teaches philosophy, religion and technology at Columbia University, where his students call his …
 
Host Scott Snibbe offers a touching personal talk and meditation on how to best love our parents and our children using powerful Buddhist teachings and techniques on understanding, listening, and compassion. Episode 76: Loving Our Parents, Loving Our Children Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)…
 
Tibetan Buddhist Lama Dza Kilung Rinpoche leads a 10 minute meditation to relax into the vast spaciousness of heart and mind. Episode 75: 10-Minute Meditation to Relax the Mind with Dza Kilung Rinpoche The extraordinary Tibetan Buddhist Lama and teacher Dza Kilung Rinpoche talked to us in Episode 74 about his short yet profound book, The Relaxed Mi…
 
‘Conscious dying’ is a term that is starting to weave its way into the zeitgeist but what does it actually mean? Like hospice staff and palliative care providers, increasingly I’m also being asked that question. In this podcast we take a look at what conscious dying means and how the emergence of conscious dying as a term in the end-of-life care sp…
 
Tibetan Buddhist teacher Dza Kilung Rinpoche shares seven meditation practices for a relaxed mind, heart, and body. The extraordinary Tibetan Buddhist Lama and teacher Dza Kilung Rinpoche talks to us in this episode about his short yet profound book, The Relaxed Mind. This book is the culmination of his decades teaching in the west, where Rinpoche …
 
Buddhist monk Ven. Gyalten Lekden guides a Seven-Fold Cause and Effect Meditation to develop compassion and Bodhicitta (the mind of awakening) Guided Meditation: 7 Steps to Compassion with Ven. Gyalten Lekden Listen to the interview with Ven. Gyalten here: Engaged Buddhism with Ven. Gyalten Lekden Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/supp…
 
Buddhist monk Ven. Gyalten on engaged Buddhism that actively grapples with social injustice, gender inequality, climate change, and racism. Engaged Buddhism with Ven. Gyalten Lekden Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)Scott Snibbe, Ven. Gyalten Lekden
 
A 20-minute guided analytical meditation on how money exists through parts, causes, and the mind in our interdependent, empty reality. Guided Meditation: How Money Exists Previous Episode: Bitcoin and Buddhism Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)Scott Snibbe
 
Being at the bedside as someone we love is dying is painful, and heartbreaking, and profound. So to be honest, when it gets to this moment, we need all the help we can get, yet so many people are so afraid to talk about this stuff. Here are some lessons I've learned about being at the bedside with people who are dying. If you would like to find out…
 
What can Buddhism teach us about how Bitcoin works & why it's so valuable? What can Bitcoin teach us about emptiness, the interdependent nature of reality? Bitcoin and Buddhism Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)Scott Snibbe
 
In this episode of the Soul Garden I am joined by Thomas Moore, bestselling author, psychotherapist, former monk, and musician. Known for his international bestseller Care of the Soul, I first discovered the magic that is Thomas through his book The Planets Within, about the 15th century philosopher and ‘physician of the Soul’, Marsilio Ficino. In …
 
A 10 minute guided meditation on mindful, nonjudgmental acceptance of change by Theo Koffler, founder of Mindfulness without Borders. Just Like a Mountain 10 Minute Meditation on Accepting Change Support the show (https://www.skepticspath.org/support/)Theo Koffler
 
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