55 episodes

The Be Here Now Network Guest Podcast features dharma talks from a rotating lineup of contributors like: Roshi Joan Halifax, Mirabai Starr, Gil Fronsdal, Mirabai Bush, and so many more!

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The Be Here Now Network Guest Podcast features dharma talks from a rotating lineup of contributors like: Roshi Joan Halifax, Mirabai Starr, Gil Fronsdal, Mirabai Bush, and so many more!

    Ep. 55 - Trudy Goodman Kornfield – Working With the Mind

    Ep. 55 - Trudy Goodman Kornfield – Working With the Mind

    How can we work with the neverending flow of thoughts, emotions, and sensations as they arise in the mind?

    Trudy Goodman Kornfield shares a meditation and words of wisdom around cultivating the ability to work with the thinking mind.

    Would you like to be part of the next generation of mindfulness meditation instructors? If so, we invite you to take a unique opportunity to study with Trudy, Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach and many more of today’s leading mindfulness and meditation teachers. Learn how you can become a certified instructor to guide others in their practice: The Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program: A Two-Year Training Program for Teaching Awareness and Compassion-Based Practices

    • 39 min
    Ep. 54 - Joseph Bobrow - Remembering Our Interconnection with Duncan Ryūken Williams

    Ep. 54 - Joseph Bobrow - Remembering Our Interconnection with Duncan Ryūken Williams

    Author Duncan Ryūken Williams and Joseph Bobrow look at what the struggle of Japanese Americans during World War II can teach us about how community and faith can offer liberation during difficult times.

    Duncan Ryūken Williams was born in Tokyo, Japan to a Japanese mother and British father. He has earned a Ph.D. in Religion from Harvard University and was ordained as a Sōtō Zen Buddhist priest in 1993 by the Kotakuji Temple in Nagano, Japan. Williams is currently the Director of the USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Culture.

    Would you like to be part of the next generation of mindfulness meditation instructors? If so, we invite you to take a unique opportunity to study with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach and become a certified instructor to guide others in their practice: The Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program: A Two-Year Training Program for Teaching Awareness and Compassion-Based Practices

     

    • 59 min
    Ep. 53 – Spring Washam – The Mother of the Buddhas

    Ep. 53 – Spring Washam – The Mother of the Buddhas

    In this dharma talk, Spring Washam explores the Prajnaparamita, also known as the mother of the Buddhas, and why it’s so important to establish self-compassion.

    • 51 min
    Ep. 52 – Nina Rao – Preserving the Wealth of Nature with Robert Thurman

    Ep. 52 – Nina Rao – Preserving the Wealth of Nature with Robert Thurman

    Robert Thurman joins Nina Rao for a conversation around strategies we can use to restore our balance with the natural world.

    • 1 hr
    Ep. 51 - Gil Fronsdal - Emptiness and Letting Go

    Ep. 51 - Gil Fronsdal - Emptiness and Letting Go

    Gil Fronsdal explores the different ways we can approach the Buddhist concept of emptiness, and how letting go of attachment to the self can feel scary but is actually very safe.

    • 57 min
    Ep. 50 – JoAnna Hardy - Self Love and Metta Practice

    Ep. 50 – JoAnna Hardy - Self Love and Metta Practice

    Insight Meditation teacher JoAnna Hardy returns to the BHNN Guest Podcast for a dharma talk about reframing the idea of love, and cultivating self love through Metta practice.

    • 42 min

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