This special episode of The Lion’s Roar Podcast features music from Buddhist artists Jessica Pimentel and Born I Music.
Buddhist teacher Lama Tsomo shares a guided tonglen meditation to cultivate compassion and move from fear into love.
Dr. Larry Ward shares a dharma talk on what America’s racial karma is, how we’re all affected by it, and how we can begin to heal it.
A recording of a discussion on the San Francisco Zen Center between Norman Fischer, Steve Stücky, Susan O’Connell, and Michael Krasny on California NPR.
From contralto singer Karen Clark and the Galax Quartet comes On Cold Mountain: Songs on Poems of Gary Snyder.
Rod Meade Sperry interviews rapper and musician Born I Music (aka Born Infinite) about how Buddhist meditation has influenced his music.
Sharon Salzberg joins Rod Meade Sperry to talk about her upcoming projects, what they mean to her — and what they might mean for you.
Brad Warner talks about the idea of “misusing” sex, and what Buddhism does and doesn’t have to say about it – audio.
In an audio interview, Toni Bernhard speaks about how she’s come to find joy despite the pain and limitations caused by her sickness.
Rod Meade Sperry speaks to DeStefano by phone about comedy, Buddhism, and recovery — and how he brings them all together.