The reality is, we’re already enlightened. It’s only as we face obstacles, stress and our own messiness that we start to forget it. This is a show about how to believe in yourself again, told by a community of Buddhists doing it everyday, and changing the world along the way. Hosted by journalist Jihii Jolly, who you might know from the popular SGI-USA podcast Buddhist Solutions for Life’s Problems, each week you’ll hear an honest conversation about real life and how to tap into your Buddhability. From relationships and dream jobs to lessons from psychology and activism, subscribe to Buddhability on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts so you never miss an episode. For more stories, tips on practicing SGI Nichiren Buddhism, and our newsletter, visit www.buddhability.org.
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This podcast is so well put together and has such ability to be so impactful through being easily digestible, relatable, inspiring but also very authentic. I recommend this podcast for Buddhists and non-Buddhists as simple concepts are broken down and explained along with real life stories. Truly feel the heart of this podcast and love listening to it on my busy days. Thank you for what you do!
I just want to thank you so much for all the podcasts! They are all very encouraging and you are an amazing as journalist and interviewer who dives into so many details with the interviewees allowing them to bring forth all the key points of their experiences and, in turn, we benefit from learning so much and putting into practice our Buddhability! Thank you!
These podcasts are so inspiring I look forward to them each week. Jihi is such a down to earth and compassionate host and with the people that she interviews. I have been practicing this Buddhism for 42 years and really love to hear how others also grow and blossom with this practice. Thank you
I encountered this podcast in dark times and it introduced me to a practice that has helped me enter a path towards self-realization.
Happy New Year 🥳 loved todays podcast so encouraging! Each day is a new day let go of yesterday! 🙌 Looking forward to the challenge! 🙏🤗💛
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Buddhability launched 2 years ago and published 82 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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