39 episodes

Can a person embrace immense adversity in their life to not only cope, but to thrive and discover their most authentic self? As a teacher of Buddhist meditation and psychology for four decades, and someone "blessed" with a chronic illness for two of those decades, Jeff Rubin has been obsessed with answering this question. This obsession led him to develop a program called Unconditional Healing, a new model of health that has helped countless people transform their relationship to pain, adversity, and illness, and unlock their own storehouse of confidence and resilience. In this podcast, Jeff explores the principles of Unconditional Healing with talks, healing practices, and interviews with those who have discovered how to thrive in the face of adversity. He also features guests who are experts or thought leaders in a particular aspect of health and well-being. If you are dealing with an acute or chronic illness, the loss of a loved one or your livelihood, the dissolution of a relationship, or any other adverse circumstance that has you feeling anxious and confused, then this podcast is definitely for you. Especially if you’re looking for a more nuanced, more spiritual way to work with life's inevitable difficulties. Please note the podcast is currently on hiatus, but all episodes remain available on all the major podcast platforms.

Unconditional Healing with Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Can a person embrace immense adversity in their life to not only cope, but to thrive and discover their most authentic self? As a teacher of Buddhist meditation and psychology for four decades, and someone "blessed" with a chronic illness for two of those decades, Jeff Rubin has been obsessed with answering this question. This obsession led him to develop a program called Unconditional Healing, a new model of health that has helped countless people transform their relationship to pain, adversity, and illness, and unlock their own storehouse of confidence and resilience. In this podcast, Jeff explores the principles of Unconditional Healing with talks, healing practices, and interviews with those who have discovered how to thrive in the face of adversity. He also features guests who are experts or thought leaders in a particular aspect of health and well-being. If you are dealing with an acute or chronic illness, the loss of a loved one or your livelihood, the dissolution of a relationship, or any other adverse circumstance that has you feeling anxious and confused, then this podcast is definitely for you. Especially if you’re looking for a more nuanced, more spiritual way to work with life's inevitable difficulties. Please note the podcast is currently on hiatus, but all episodes remain available on all the major podcast platforms.

    Commentary on the 5-line Aspiration for Unconditional Health

    Commentary on the 5-line Aspiration for Unconditional Health

    This will be my last episode for a while. I’ll be placing the podcast on hiatus to pursue my other interests of writing, working with individual students, and spending more time with family and friends as the pandemic lessens. It’s been a wonderful experience creating and hosting this podcast and I’m very proud of the work. The episodes will remain available on all the major podcast platforms as well as the Unconditional Healing website, so please share the podcast with any ...

    • 45 min
    Interview with Toni Bernhard - On the Art and Science of Living with Chronic Illness

    Interview with Toni Bernhard - On the Art and Science of Living with Chronic Illness

    Jeff welcomes Toni Bernhard to talk about her journey with chronic illness, the loss of identity and self-blame that inevitably follow, and her dive into writing. To her surprise, that innocent endeavor spawned four Buddhist-inspired books - three on living well with illness and chronic pain, and one on walking the Buddhist path. Two of those books are on the Unconditional Healing recommended reading list.We begin with Toni’s trip to Paris with her husband in 2001, where she shock...

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Meditation is Not Therapy, Sanity is Not What You Think

    Meditation is Not Therapy, Sanity is Not What You Think

    This episode is another solo show, featuring a talk Jeff gave at a Healing Circle in June of 2021. The full title is “Meditation is Not Therapy, Sanity is Not What You Think”. Jeff chose this topic because in our materialistic society, everything gets filtered through the idea of winning, betterment, and constant improvement. Which at its face makes sense - no one intentionally wants to lose or trend downward. Except there is a flaw in that thinking which is an inability to ...

    • 30 min
    Interview with Gustavo Serafini - Empowering Disability for Himself and Others

    Interview with Gustavo Serafini - Empowering Disability for Himself and Others

    Gustavo Serafini was born with an extremely rare birth defect known as proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD). ). At birth, he had only his left arm and two shortened legs, one supported using a prosthesis and the other with a brace. In spite of that beginning, Gustavo has gone on to become a successful entrepreneur with the company he co-founded with his brother, pureaudiovideo.com, providing exceptional home entertainment experiences in South Florida and beyond. He...

    • 1 hr
    Finding Your True North: Integrating Intention with Mindfulness Practice

    Finding Your True North: Integrating Intention with Mindfulness Practice

    This episode is a solo show, featuring a talk I gave recently at the Healing Circle. It’s entitled “Finding Your True North: Integrating Intention with Mindfulness Practice", and is especially timely given the resurgence of the pandemic. It has to do with contemplating and sussing out our most deeply held beliefs, especially when feeling uncertain and discouraged. Intentions, as I explain, are different than goals, although the latter are best served when they spring from the form...

    • 30 min
    Interview with Tim James - Nutritional Expert and Health Coach

    Interview with Tim James - Nutritional Expert and Health Coach

    I’ve wanted to have a cutting-edge dietary and nutritional expert on the show for a while as diet plays such a prominent role in our health and well-being, and has played a huge role in stabilizing my own chronic illness. Enter Tim James, aka The Health Hero, and founder of Chemical Free Body, through which he offers nutritional coaching, podcasts, and customized nutritional supplements. Tim learned his craft the hard way, having existed on the Standard American Diet for years (a...

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

aimbo16 ,

Humility, wisdom and utter real-ness

I had the good fortune of doing a weekend workshop with Jeff Rubin on unconditional healing some 8-9 years ago. I love listening to his podcast now because he’s completely down to earth and humble and walking the path toward ‘awakeness’ right along with his listeners. Plus he has great guests and their conversations always cut to the heart of the matter.

skyduve ,

Thank you!

Thank you Jeff, this episode explains why my husband has been so extremely sensitive lately. Love you!

JackieMarla ,

Awesome

Jeff has a way of making you realize that your thoughts can make you feel different ways. Every time I listen to Jeff I learn something so valuable. I suffer with anxiety and have found his ways of explaining mental and physical ways have been extremely helpful. Thank you Jeff.

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