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White Lotus and Sopranos actor Michael Imperioli is also a novelist, screenwriter, director and musician. He and his partner Victoria Imperioli, a well-known interior designer, talk about how Buddhism informs their life together as artists and entrep... more
Judy Lief, a Buddhist teacher in the Tibetan tradition, talks about how you can work with your desires to find peace. Then Cheryl Fraser, a sex therapist and dharma teacher, shares her article, How to Have Mindful Sex. To close, professor, minister, ... more
Sam likes to chill, and Rex likes to play. When Sam wants to take a break from playing, Rex wonders ‘what’s so great about being still?’ Author Catherine Bailey talks about these characters in her children’s book, Dinos Don’t Meditate, and shares a t... more
Such a fun episode. And so unexpected. I love the Buddhist sense of humor. I can’t describe it, but I think we get to laugh at ourselves more than other people.
There is no overlap of far left woke ideology and true Buddhist teachings on compassion and bodhichitta. This is false advertising and has nothing to do with the dharma. You are warping the authentic teachings for political reasons and it is misleading. What does internalized racism have to do with bodhichitta, ahimsa or emptiness. This new use of language is purely divisive. The goal of Buddhism should be to see clearly and honestly beyond skin color and political language. OM mani padme ... more
Each interview looks at the many contradictions we hold and cling to while also inviting us to let go of some of the weighty fears we carry each day.
The hosts are, for the most part, awful. Same guests with more skillful hosts would be appreciated. I end up seeking out the guests on other podcasts with hosts who are actually in conversation rather than the strange style of most of these hosts/interviewers which feels like they have no knowledge of the person before them and are so not in the present moment. The format is rigid and it’s frustrating because the topics/guests are excellent. But it’s like the hosts know nothing of Buddhism, what... more
Well edited talks with diverse Buddhist thinkers on pertinent topics. Short enough to be digestible.
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The Lion’s Roar Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 126 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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