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Books by Monica Furlong (Author of Juniper)
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Books by Monica Furlong
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Roland Griffiths speaks with us about his work studying psilocybin’s intersection with meditation. Rick Repetti joins us to speak about Buddhist perspectives on free will. Grace Shireson joins us to speak about her teacher, from her new book Zen Bridge: Monica Furlong auteur d’ouvrages religieux, vit en Angleterre.
Andy Puddicombe speaks with us about his site and new book, Get Some Headspace: The Ebony Exodus Project.
Sara Eckel joins us to talk about how Buddhist insights can inform our dating experience. Events on LibraryThing Local. The Mind Body Awareness Project. Chris Mitchell speaks with us about his book, Asperger’s Syndrome and Mindfulness. Bernat Font joins us to speak about the new Spanish language secular Buddhism website, Budismo Secular.
Pentecostal Preacher to Secular Buddhist. Jay Forrest speaks with us about his evolution from a Pentecostal preacher to Secular Buddhist. The Notion of Ditthi in Theravada Buddhism. People of Color Sanghas. Therese of Lisieux by Monica Furlong 3. Gary Weber joins us to speak about Happiness Beyond Thought: Stephen Batchelor joins us once again to speak about the growing acceptance of a secular approach to Buddhism.
Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science. Andrew Olendzki joins us to speak about his Integrated Dharma program, and his upcoming book Untangling Self. Rick Hanson speaks with us about his new book, Just One Thing: Interview with Grant Steves. Zen teacher and artist Anita Feng joins us to speak about raku pottery in contemporary Buddhist art. Why Buddhism Is True.
Mushim Ikeda and Brenda Salgado join us to talk about encouraging and creating diversity in our sanghas. Meditation, Pain, and Science. Science philosopher Massimo Pigliucci joins us to speak about his experiences ze stoicism, and we discuss some similarities with secular Buddhism. Creative Engagement with Tradition. Buddha the Radical to Creeping Brahmanism. Sex and the Spiritual Teacher.