A Buddhist Podcast
Summary: This Podcast is a free show about the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin. Jason and Karen are members of the Soka Gakkai. Every two weeks they take a Buddhist study point and do their best to make it easy to understand and of use to anyone who listens. Practical Buddhism for living in the 21st Century, not beside a remote lake or mountainside but in the midst of daily life, with a job to do, a house to run and children to raise.
Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast. Tonight we have the chapter on Being Understood from the amazing toolkit book called The Talking Revolution (a great read!). The book is written by Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne. We play a song, Supermoon by the New York band, Ikebe Shakedown. The music is available online The Tribe of Noise and we thank Ikebe Shakedown for giving us permission to play it under the auspices of the Creative Commons license platform.
A Buddhist Podcast - The Talking Revolution - Challenging Hi Everyone! Our show tonight continues with The Talking Revolution and the subject is Challenging. A great way to share Buddhist concepts with friends and family as there is no jargon or language to get in the way! Check it out on the website, http://thetalkingrevolution.org. The music tonight comes from, James Golding, who wrote and performed Somebody Like You from his album, Supernatural Glam. Thank you so much for taking time to listen.
Here we are with another episode of A Buddhist Podcast. You will remember we are serializing a book called The Talking Revolution, written by Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne. Tonights chapter starts to look at the subject of understanding. Tonights track is by James Golding from his album Supernatural Glam. The track is called Won’t Forget the Feeling! This weeks show concludes with a fireside chat with the two authors, Peter and Eddy and myself.
Hi Everyone. Tonight we continue with The Talking Revolution. Tonight the subject is creativity. Its a great book and a great way to improve our conversations in every area of life. Tonights music was written and performed by James Golding. It called Kick Me Out of Bed from his new Supernatural Glam album. We finish with a conversation. The authors Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne, discuss creativity with me from a Buddhist perspective. Thank you so much for taking time to listen.
Hi Everyone! Thank you so much for your patience! Tonights show is based around the next section of The Talking Revolution written by Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne. Its about Openness. Tonight we play a track called, Love Never Wasted, written and performed by Howard Jones. This track is from the album Ordinary Heroes. Eddy, Peter and I have a conversation about the Openness chapter from a Buddhist perspective, something for everyone!
Hello Everyone! Our show tonight continues with The Talking Revolution and the subject is Responsibility. A great way to share Buddhist concepts with friends and family as there is no jargon or language to get in the way! The music tonight comes from another SGI-UK member, Howard Jones, who wrote and performed Building our own Future. Suitably inspired, the authors Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne, talk with me about responsibility from a Buddhist perspective. A lot for everyone to relate to.
On this show we have Peter Osborn and Eddy Canfor-Dumas , back with the second installment of The Talking Revolution. Its called, We are relationships. I play a great record called Big Hearted Man by Jimmy Golding! Following the theme we have some more conversation on the We are relationships chapter of the book. In an age when sometimes there is so little to rejoice about, it;s great to hear such positive conversation.
Introduction to the new book, The Talking Revolution, great track by Jody Gnant who plays Great Day and a conversation with the authors of The Talking Revolution, Edward Canfor Dumas and Peter Osborn.
A Buddhist Podcast for 3rd December 2018, William reads Chapter 11 from The Case for Buddhism. Its all about Buddhism and Money! We play Le Fin by Robin Lukas from her album Chianti and Olives.
This episode is the first of a few lectures by Jason on a letter Nichiren Daishonin wrote to Sennichi-Ama known as The Drum at the Gate of Thunder.
Well, this one might come as a surprise! After reading the news last week and thinking about the news of this week and next, I thought I would try and get a lead on it with two brilliant talks from William Woollard on Negativity and Anger.
Welcome to a fresh new podcast! William Woollard reads Chapter 8 from his very readable book, The Case For Buddhism. Its a slightly longer chapter about Buddhism in Daily Life. We play one of my favourite tracks called Pettigoe by Cat Malojian. More coming soon! Have a wonderful week.
Welcome to another podcast! William Woollard continues his reading of his marvellous book, The Case For Buddhism. Tonights instalment is about Buddhist Practice. We play a marvellous track by Brian Blain called Ten Worlds. Its a brief show but I wanted to give you something while I continue to prepare more material! Have a fantastic week.
Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast! Tonight William Woollard reads Chapter 5, Buddhism and Ethics from his book, The Case for Buddhism. We play a fun track by Robin Lukas called How are you? I love it! As soon as there is an official final version, we will post links here! After getting some emails from listeners with huge challenges I decided to talk about my experience of taking on challenges and lose grief to help me become a better person.
Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast! Tonight William Woollard reads Chapter 5, Buddhism and the Problem Paradox from his book, The Case for Buddhism. I chat for a while about my life and share a recent understanding I've developed about a writing from Nichiren to a disciple going through challenging times! We music from the amazing Robin Lukas. Feels great to post this, have a fantastic week and take care of the people around you. Thank you
Thank You!!!: What wonderful action you are taking towards kosen- rufu with this Podcast! I am a member in the U.S. I have family interested in this Buddhism but not quite ready to attend a meeting. This is such a perfect way to share. You explain these views in a way that is easily understandable and interesting. Anyone, practicing or not, can listen to this and relate in some way. My husband and I have recieved such encouragement in hearing just one cast. We look forward to pulling up previous ones and will surely listen in the future. Thank you for taking time to do this, I hope you realize how wonderful your actions are! We will chant for you and your family daily. Thank you again! I plan on sharing you guys with everyone!!!!!
~Amber Graham from the Southeast Chapter in Columbus, Ohio