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Join me Monday, March 17th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso as we dip into the RE Archives. We'll be re-airing a great chat I had back in February 2013 with Buddhist teacher Susan Piver, founder of The Open Heart Project.
In this in-depth and inspirational conversation, we’ll discuss meditation, the #1 tool used by my guests to live a more conscious life (what IS meditation?, misconceptions, etc.), Buddhism, dharma, The Open Heart Project, and Susan’s life journey from a young girl who was always seeking to her life as a teacher, author, and lifelong spiritual practitioner.
About: Susan Piver is a Buddhist teacher and the New York Times bestselling author of six books, including The Hard Questions (Tarcher) and the award--winning How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life (St. Martin’s Press). Her latest book is entitled The Wisdom of a Broken Heart (Free Press). Piver has been a student of Buddhism since 1995, attended a Buddhist seminary in 2004 and was authorized to teach meditation in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage in 2005. She teaches workshops and speaks all over the world on meditation, spirituality, communication styles, relationships and creativity.
She wrote the relationships column for body + soul magazine, is the meditation expert and contributor at drweil.com, and is a frequent guest on network television, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Today, CNN, and The Tyra Banks Show. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, TIME, Parade, and others.
For more info, visit http://susanpiver.com/.
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Timber Hawkeye, author of bestselling “Buddhist Boot Camp,” offers a non-sectarian approach to being at peace with the world, both within and around us. His intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. Visit his website at www.buddhistbootcamp.com Know Thy Self... Off the Work CD
Diana Marino is a practicing SGI Buddhist for the past 38 years. Professionally she works as a Leadership Consultant for Fortune 500's, and on the side is an arts administrator for the Atlanta Taiko Project, a professional international drumming group. As a Buddhist leader she spends time weekly helping other practitioners study and apply buddhist concepts in their daily lives to become truly happy. For more information go to www.sgi-usa.org
Empowered Living Radio host Tori Eldridge welcomes Shamar Rinpoche for a discussion on Non-Sectarian Buddhist Practices that enrich our lives without infringing on religious beliefs.
Shamar Rinpoche is the 14th Shamarpa Red Hat Lama of Tibet, the 2nd oldest reincarnate lineage in Tibetan Buddhism. This world renown teacher has founded several non-profits and organized the Bodhi Path Buddhist Centers to transmit effective methods for taming the mind and deepening wisdom. His new book, THE PATH TO AWAKENING, is a gift to us all.
Tori Eldridge, author of Empowered Living Expanded Edition: A Guide to Physical and Emotional Protection, writes on mindful living and has taught empowerment across the country.
Music by Jim Kimo West
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A Buddhist Meditation Tradition - Loving Kindness Meditation This Meditation series is both an exploration and a showcase of the various ways in which we I/we can all listen or get clear as to how we each listen. I hope you will join me on the series of meditations. I will have some of the finest meditators on at least once a month and on the other evenings we will explore different ways of meditating together. It's only 15 minutes a week. I hope you believe that you des
Rev. Ric and Carolyn McGee are exploring a new author in our next show. His intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. We are all soldiers of peace in the army of love.
Updated date and time ..... Join us on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 11:00 AM for Buddhist Bootcamp by Timber Hawkeye.
Using messages from books we will provide tools that can used to build the bridges joining Religion and Spirituality in a healthy, loving and mutually respectful manner.
Audience participation is welcomed and one listener will receive an Angel Card reading related to the topic on every show.
Please join us and share your insights and challenges, inspirations and obstacles, ah-ha's and oh-oh's.
The next show is:
Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM.
The Abundance Book by John Randolph Price
Pretty amazing timing for show on 40 day Abundance program. Love the timing! If we start this book on Sunday, 3/9 we will finish on Thurs, 4/17
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Explore the sounds of the earth and the heavens and let yourself be transported into your soul by the rhythms of the Old and the New on the journey of sound: this week, we explore Tibetan Buddhist mantras! Join me as we look at mantras for healing, mantras for purity, mantras for joy!
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Zen teacher, Buddhist priest, meditation teacher, author, wife, and mother Karen Maezen Miller is renowned for helping her readers and students understand that the contentment they think of as “out there” is actually here and now. In today’s interview, she discusses the true nature of fear, how fear, doubt, and anxiety can blind us, and the Buddhist perspective on dying.
She writes about these concepts and more in her newest book, Paradise in Plain Sight, Lessons from a Zen Garden.
Linda and Cindy and are delighted to welcome her to the show. You can learn more about her work by visiting www.karenmaezenmiller.com
Broadcaster Elizabeth Hearn is a leading experienced mindfulness practitioner for over 22 years. Former Magazine Editor (Mode, Australia) , Film/Video Producer and author . Elizabeth’s introduction into insight meditation practice was initiated by
Lama Yeshe, Kagyu Samye Ling Monastery and Tibetan Buddhist Centre, Scotland in 1992. Mindfulness Training is a two prong approach: disciplines and action. This weekly series educates and instructs in how to manage time and emotions to counterbalance stress related disorders.
There is increasing interest in Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy in the United States, both among spiritual seekers and the psychological community. People around the country are incorporating Buddhist practices into their lives. These practices include everything from various meditation practices to complex rituals. Is there a cohesive Buddhist community developing in the United States? What are the commonalities and differences in practices across the country? Is there a singularly American