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Ted Interviewed by Buddhist Geeks

| February 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Ted Interviewed by Buddhist Geeks

Ted Meissner is the host of The Secular Buddhist podcast and the Executive Director of the Secular Buddhist Association. In this episode with host Vincent Horn chief geek at Buddhist Geeks, Ted shares examples of secular Buddhism, why he is skeptical but not cynical about religion, and he stresses what he thinks is the importance of […]

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Loving Kindness Guided Meditation

| December 16, 2012 | 8 Comments
Loving Kindness Guided Meditation

Guided Loving Kindness Meditation Follow this Guided Loving Kindness Meditation by Mark Knicklebine (about 35 minutes):

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Ted Meissner: Secular Buddhism (podcast)

| December 14, 2012 | 2 Comments
Ted Meissner: Secular Buddhism (podcast)

Our very own Ted Meissner was recently interviewed by Ginger Campbell, the host of the Brain Science podcast, and Books and Ideas podcast. In this interview, Ginger asks Ted about Buddhism, what it is, what the practice is, and how it differs from secular Buddhism. More Information: Virginia Campbell, MD Brain Science Podcast

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Body Scan Guided Meditation

| December 3, 2012 | 2 Comments
Body Scan Guided Meditation

Guided Body Scan Meditation Follow this  Guided Body Scan  Meditation by Mark Knicklebine (about 40 minutes):

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20 Minute Sit

| November 29, 2012 | 14 Comments
20 Minute Sit

A guided 20-minute mindfulness meditation session featuring mindfulness of the breath and of the body, guided by Mark Knicklebine

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What is this Path of Mindfulness? (John Peacock Talk)

| May 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
What is this Path of Mindfulness? (John Peacock Talk)

This talk covers the relationship of mindfulness to the three marks of existence as well as the the three ‘fires’ of greed, aversion and delusion. The question is also raised as to how we want to live our lives and our commitment to that vision.

I highly recommend that you listen to this talk. John does an excellent job of talking about what the Buddha taught, explaining words from the Pali Canon, and most importantly how this all fits into the reality of the lives we live every day, in this life.

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Awareness, Questioning, and the Path of Compassion

| April 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Awareness, Questioning, and the Path of Compassion

This is a wonderful talk by Martine Batchelor about the practice of awareness, questioning, and the path of compassion, and how they all fit together. Secular Buddhist practitioners often ask, So what is the practice? What do I do? Martine does a great job of explaining what we get out of the practice of meditation, […]

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