IDP Religion & Spirituality

21st Century Buddhism and Meditation Podcast

 

Our podcast features lectures and discussions related to mindfulness, meditation, and multi-lineage Buddhism.  We feature interviews with authors and guest speakers, as well as teachers.

Recent podcasts include Sharon Salzberg, Ed Catmull, Dan Harris, Dr. Heidi Marben, and Venerable Pannavati.

Podcasts are provided by the generosity of listeners like you.  Become a Member or make a contribution to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project.

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Boys Don’t Cry? A Conversation with Jerry Colonna and Tarikh Korula (Podcast)
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 1:59pm

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In this podcast, IDP Board Chair Tarikh Korula talks with Jerry Colonna, a tech coach that Wired magazine called, the “Man Who Makes Founders Cry.” Jerry Colonna is an executive coach who uses the skills he learned as a venture capitalist to help entrepreneurs. He draws on his wide variety of experiences to help clients design a more conscious life and make needed changes to their career to improve their performance and satisfaction. Previously he was a partner with JPMorgan Partners (JPMP), the private­ equity arm of JP Morgan Chase. He joined JPMP from Flatiron Partners, which he launched 1996 with partner, Fred Wilson. Flatiron became one of the most successful, early­stage investment programs in the New York City area. Colonna also serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees at Naropa University and as Chair of the Board of Trustees at the Tibetan Village Project, a not-for-profit. Jerry and Tarikh’s first podcast together for Reboot, which is referenced in this interview can be found here.
 
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IDP is a non-profit organization and we rely on your support to offer podcasts, free meditation online and in NYC, and provide scholarships to enable others to learn to teach meditation to adults and children.  Consider making a tax-deductible donation to our year-end fundraiser here: sitwithidp.com.

 

Tarikh Korula talks with Joe DiNardo (Podcast)
Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 10:51am

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In this podcast, IDP Board Director Tarikh Korula talks with Joe DiNardo, a businessman and attorney who was married to his wife Marcia for 15 years when she was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer. DiNardo used to his years of meditation practice to help get through the grief of losing her and in his book, "A Letter to My Wife," a funny, sad, and hopeful look at the beauty of love found and lost. 
 
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IDP is a non-profit organization and we rely on your support to offer podcasts, free meditation online and in NYC, and provide scholarships to enable others to learn to teach meditation to adults and children.  Consider making a tax-deductible donation to our year-end fundraiser here: sitwithidp.com.
 

 

Liberating Desire: Dharma and Sexuality - Part 1 of 2 (Podcast)
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 8:17am

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We all have a sex life, active or otherwise, alone or with others. Sex takes up a lot of mental and emotional space in our lives, yet while dharma teachings offer profound understanding of many aspects of human experience, sex too often gets ignored, despite its potency and frequency in our experience.

Join renowned dharma teacher Martin Aylward for a provocative and powerful presentation of teachings, practice, and discussion around dharma and sex, exploring such questions as:

Why do dharma teachings often ignore sex?
In which ways do you go unconscious around sex and why?
How can dharma practice wake you up in your sex life?
Might the potency and erotic charge of sexual desire be an important part of a passionate, liberated engagement with life?

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Ven. Robina Courtin - Awakening our Hearts in the World - Part 2 of 2 (Podcast)
Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 9:53am

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In this special podcast, VenRobina Courtin, discusses how to engage our practice without surrendering to anger or clinging to "right and wrong".   We were thrilled to host this global activist, renowned teacher, and Tibetan nun for her second visit to The Interdependence Project in September 2012.

Ven. Robina returns to IDP on December 11, 2013.  Details and tickets are available at this link.  The talk will be podcasted for our remote listeners. 

Robina Courtin was born in Melbourne, Australia, and brought up as a Catholic.  Since 1977, she has lived as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition, traveling, teaching, and bringing the Dharma to people around the world, including prisoners via The Liberation Prison Project, which she founded.  More information and schedule:  http://robinacourtin.com/

This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like you.  Become a Member or make a contribution to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project.

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Ven. Robina Courtin - Awakening our Hearts in the World - Part 1 of 2 (Podcast)
Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 9:48am

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In this special podcast, VenRobina Courtin discusses how to engage our practice without surrendering to anger or clinging to "right and wrong".   We were thrilled to host this global activist, renowned teacher, and Tibetan nun for her second visit to The Interdependence Project in September 2012.

Ven. Robina returns to IDP on October 30, 2015.  Details and tickets are available at this link.  The talk will be podcasted for our remote listeners. 

Robina Courtin was born in Melbourne, Australia, and brought up as a Catholic.  Since 1977, she has lived as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition, traveling, teaching, and bringing the Dharma to people around the world, including prisoners via The Liberation Prison Project, which she founded.  More information and schedule:  http://robinacourtin.com/

This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like you.  Become a Member or make a contribution to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project.

You may subscribe to IDP's podcasts at this link or via iTunes at this link.

A Special Evening with Venerable Dr. Pannavati Bhikkhuni - Part 1 of 2 (Podcast)
Friday, May 31, 2013 - 9:45pm

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“It is not enough to sit on our zafus. These times call for compassionate action to be an integral part of our practice.”
-Venerable Pannavati

Recorded in May 2013 at The Interdependence Project.   Renowned Buddhist leader, Theravadan Bhikkhuni, and Zen Peacemaker explains her multi-lineage approach to Buddhism, the need for compassionate engagement, and discusses her path from Christian Minister to Buddhist nun. 

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This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like you.  Become a Member or make a contribution to IDP to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project.

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