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 . 72 – JoAnna Hardy - The First Foundation of Mindfulness
JoAnna Hardy returns to the BHNN Guest Podcast to give a dharma talk centered on the first foundation of mindfulness, the breath and the body, and offer some meditation instructions.
Find upcoming events and content from Joanna, or even book a one-on-one session at joannahardy.org.
Ep. 71 – Chris Bashinelli - The Journey to Authenticity w/ Kelly Carlin
Kelly Carlin joins Chris Bashinelli for a conversation around the journey to authenticity and being in the moment, humanity and transparency, and the trappings of fame and celebrity.
Kelly Carlin is a writer, speaker and broadcast host. She is also a practitioner of Zen Buddhism, has a Masters in Jungian/Archetypal psychology, and is a producer on-screen and in the theater. Daughter of comedian George Carlin, Kelly comes from a family steeped in comedy, full of big ideas and warm hearts. Learn more about Kelly’s work, find her podcast, radio show and more at thekellycarlinsite.com.
Ep. 70 - Chris Bashinelli – The Collective Voice with Daryl Davis
Chris Bashinelli talks with race relations expert Daryl Davis about his philosophy for engaging with white supremacists, and why it takes the collective voice to create lasting change.
Daryl Davis is a musician, bandleader, actor, author, and race relations expert. He is well known for his work with engaging Ku Klux Klan members, many of whom wind up leaving and denouncing the KKK. Learn more about Daryl and all of his work at daryldavis.com.
Ep. 69 – Spring Washam - Compassionate Service in the World
Exploring the nature of empowered compassionate service, Spring Washam shares inspirational stories of selflessness and interconnection.
What does it mean to take an open heart into the world? Spring Washam takes a clear and insightful look into how we can meet each moment with an openhearted joy of compassionate service. Sharing a handful of stories from inspirational beings that represent the discernible truths of interconnectedness and interdependence, Spring elucidates how we can more fully offer our compassionate heart to the world.
For more information on her teachings, personal sessions, book, upcoming retreats, and digital offerings, visit SpringWasham.com
Ep. 68 - Trudy Goodman Kornfield - This Is It
Trudy Goodman Kornfield returns to the BHNN Guest Podcast to share stories about awakening and offer wisdom around being present for each and every moment – because this is it.
Ep. 67 – Gil Fronsdal – Dependent Origination
Gil Fronsdal returns to the BHNN Guest Podcast for a dharma talk centered on dependent origination and its connection to emptiness, suffering, and the notion of self.
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