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Alan Watts. PM – 13 Nov Daily Zen @dailyzen 13 Nov More. Copy link to Tweet Theresa Jamone @tjamone 14 Nov More. Copy link . Zen Buddhism are assuming media forms, being shared and commented on. Buddhist practices are visible in his writings Alan Watts and Svarstad T. J. A. () Nordmenn si tilflukt i dei tre juvelar [master’s thesis]. Results 1 – 27 of 27 Zen effects: the life of Alan Watts / Monica Furlong. Flight of the kingfisher: a journey among the Kukatja aborigines / Monica Furlong.

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Books by Monica Furlong

Rethinking the Dharma for a Secular Age. Miles Kessler joins us to speak about the intersection of mindfulness and Aikido. Devil in the Details.

Zen teacher and artist Anita Feng joins us to speak about raku pottery in contemporary Buddhist art. Culture Independent Buddhist Retreats. Imagine the Possibilities, and thriving after trauma.

Year of Living Without. Early Web Skeptical Buddhism. You can examine and separate out names. From Metaphysics to Ta on the Buddhist Path. Zen priest Kritee joins us to speak about what it’s like being an Indian woman priest in the Zen tradition. Rodrigo Rodriguez speaks with us about shakuhachi music and his new album, Traditional and Modern Pieces Shakuhachi, in this bonus episode. Zen in the West.


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Elizabeth Loftus speaks with us about false memory creation. Dan Bammes talks with us about one of the first, if not the first, skeptical Buddhist web presence. Travelling in by Monica Furlong really liked it 4. Bernat Font joins us to speak about the wattx Spanish language secular Buddhism website, Budismo Secular. Our Best Friends as Spiritual Teachers.

We’ll talk about revitalization movements, and how that’s impacting hja in the early stages of the development of secular buddhist practice. Anurag Gupta joins us to speak about how implicit bias has much to teach us about relating to one another in our sanghas. Secular Buddhist Association Website. Conrad speaks with us about his Buddhist themed fiction book, The Lhasa Trilogy. Interview with John Doshin Taylor.

Monica Furlong (1930–2003)

Dharma Voices for Animals. Atthakavagga, The Book of Eights. Tanya McGinnity and John Negru:: The Heart of the Revolution.


Labels, or Mindful Sinning.

Let Go of Should. Sex and the Spiritual Teacher. Sara Eckel joins us to talk about how Buddhist insights can inform our dating experience.

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Glenn Wallis is back to talk with us today about his new book Buddhavacana, A Pali Reader, and the issues translators face making meaningful sense out of ancient texts.

David Wilmore speaks with us today about Pranna Timers, combining incense, art, and meditation. Cliff Saron speaks with us about the limits of science, our paradigms, and what is meaningful for the individual in Buddhist training.

How to Wake Up: May 18, Today we talk about Buddhism and zombies, and how the two relate. Andrew Holecek joins us to speak about contemplative practice in the digital age. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Meditation in the iGeneration::