PODCAST RECOMMENDED

Sincerely, X

A podcast under TED talk. A specially curated series for speakers who like to keep their identity anonymous, It is extremely well curated and edited! Check it out. 

The Alzheimer Podcast

U.S. like rest of the world has an explosive increase in the number of Alzheimer cases. The information available online especially in a form of podcast is extremely helpful. This particular one strives to share information of how to manage Alzheimer cases with minimum medication. What a great angle!

Insight Meditation Center

Gil Fronsdal is one of the core teacher in Insight Meditation Centre. IMC is a community-based meditation center in Redwood City, CA for the practice of Insight meditation guided by Gil Fronsdal and Andrea Fella.

 

His talks are insightful, grounded and practical. You can use his suggested teachings in everyday life.

The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah

These are the recordings of the complete collection of all the talks by Ajahn Chah that have been translated into English and are published in 'The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah', 2011. This was read by Ajahn Amaro during the winter of 2012. (www.amaravati.org)    

 

All the talks are more gear towards speaking to the monastics. If you find you struggling with your meditation practise, the talks come really handy too. I personally like the really grounded way of his teaching.     One of my fav

Michael Stone

Michael Stone is a Buddhist Teacher and Social Activist. He teaches internationally and lives in Canada.

 

His talks are full of wisdom and humor. Highly recommended!

 

*news*

Michael Stone have recently passed away due to some unfortunate incident, but his talks remains relevant to a mindful good practise.

Against the Stream

Dharma talks by Noah Levine, author of Dharma Punx and Against the Stream, and other teachers at Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society in Los Angeles and elsewhere.

 

I find Levine's talk very approachable and make total sense to the layman who may not know anything about Buddhism. For your information, he was a recovered drug addicts.

Ajahn Brahm

Youtube dharma talks recorded by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia at Dhammaloka Buddhist Centre in Perth, Western Australia. More resources are available at http://www.bswa.org

The abbott of Bodhinyana Monastery and spiritual director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia is Ajahn Brahmavamso who features in most of these talks. You can find out more about him at http://www.ajahnbrahm.

Ajahn Brahm have a very humourous way of delivering Dharma. One of its kind.

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