In this interview, we talk about clarity as either a larger sphere of awareness or as a smaller concept. As humans, we have different views of what it means to have a clear mind. Is it simply all about being hyper-focused? We think not! Join us as we explore the Dhamma and humanistic concepts on… Continue reading Episode 75: Clarity within Buddhism and Humanism — Interview with Rodrigo Jacinto
Here, I am joined by Rodrigo Jacinto and Andrzej Idzikowski to have an enthralling discussion about the nature of our future with regards to our current situation and how certain "powers" may be influencing us towards a direction we don't necessarily want to go in as human beings!
If we study Buddha's teachings, we eventually come across the "three poisons": greed, hatred, and delusion. Maybe some of us know or live with an alcoholic who is near and dear to us. We worry about their physical and mental health, because of our compassion. Oftentimes, they will not realise the way their suffering affects… Continue reading Episode 64: Overcoming Addiction with Buddha Dhamma – Interview with Vince Cullen
In our interview, Anna Zambreny of "Anna's Intuitive podcast" asks the questions she is most passionate about as a health coach, intuitive reader, and Reiki practitioner -- connected with the subject of the Dharma. We get curious about: The three spiritual awakenings which brought me to Buddhism Poverty and awakening, based on my personal experience… Continue reading Episode 56: On Awakening & Poverty, Buddha-Dharma, and The Body: Reverse Interview with Anna Zambreny
Shambhavi is the spiritual director of Jaya Kula: a non-profit community with spots in both Oregon and California. Shambhavi is a long-time practitioner of Trika (or Kashmiri) Shaivism. What is this ancient and beautiful tradition? Similar to other direct realisation paths, like the Tibetan Dzogchen, and even Advaita Vedanta, this path takes everyday experience and… Continue reading Episode 49: Trika Shaivism and Waking Up — Interview with Shambhavi