Bringing Dharma to Life
Bringing Dharma to Life
Meditating on Race, with Emily Horn
In this episode, Vince Fakhoury Horn is joined by long-time partner, and Teaching Lead of Buddhist Geeks, Emily Horn, to meditate together on race.
Regenerating Both Culture & Land, with Jason Snyder
Co-host of the Both/And Podcast and an adjunct lecturer at ASU’s Department of Sustainable Development, Jason joins Vince in a sit-down conversation, where they discuss the topics of memetic mediation, metamodernism, integral theory, responding to the meta-crisis, sensemaking and more.
Mainstreaming Knowledge of the Stages of Insight, with Daniel M. Ingram
In this episode we’re joined again by meditator & medical doctor Daniel M. Ingram, to discuss his current efforts at helping mainstream knowledge of the common patterns of experience that unfold during contemplative practice.
You've Got to Remember that God is an Idiot, with Vinay Gupta
From practicing hindu tantra with a guru he met at a new age bookstore in Chicago, to building open source hexayurts on the playa of burning man, to helping launch the second biggest crypto-network, Vinay Gupta is a man on a mission. Bringing a Vaderesque approach to spiritual, social, cultural, & engineering topics, Vinay offers an ultra-compelling apocoloptimistic vision of the future. -Vince Fakhoury Horn
"Social problems can be fixed with social change, and engineering problems have to be fixed with better technology. And most of what's wrong with capitalism is engineering limits not social limits, and we get very confused about this." - Vinay Gupta
👤 Vinay Gupta
🔗 The Hexayurt Project
🔗 Haidakhan Babaji
An Open Source Economy of Abundance, with Marcin Jakubowski
The founder of Open Source Ecology, Marcin Jakubowski, shares his journey of going from being a PhD student in Fusion Physics to meditating daily & building the modular groundwork for an open source economy of abundance.
Everything the Same, Everything Different, with Diane Musho Hamilton
In this episode, Vince Horn is joined in dialogue, once again, by Diane Musho Hamilton–Zen teacher, professional meditator, and Integral facilitator.
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I soo wanted to love this being a geek and Buddhist. Great guests and great ideas are not enough .... 20 minute podcasts just won't do, you must have more to say if you want my time and donations. Most of my favorite podcast are over two hours each. I will give you five stars so as not to mess with your ratings I have no desire to hurt your wonderful but very short podcast
Not too compelling
I wanted to like this, but it is just not compelling. Seems like an "insy" group of friends - not accessible for those outside the circle.
Bringing the dharma
Buddhist Geeks: welcoming to newcomers, excellent production, large catalogue of past podcasts, mindful, and fascinating. Keep it coming!