Equanimity Dharma Talk, 9/22/19. Trudy and Jack Kornfield discuss how peace is born out of equanimity and balance.
Trudy Goodman, Duncan Trussell, and Google Empathy Lab founder Ananda Danielle Krettek join Mindrolling to discuss what the movie Becoming Nobody means to them, the intersection of technology and spirituality, and much more.
In this podcast we reflect on the nature of identity and offers practices to help take a step back, slow down, and breathe. We can start to witness, observe, and receive the moment, instead of leaning forward and trying to grab it. Art: AnAngelia Thompson
Melanie Moser and I discuss the process of waking up through spiritual practice. A lot of us start our spiritual path out of our own suffering. I think that is such an authentic reason to begin. It is very raw and real.
In this podcast we reflect on the moments of greater freedom that we cultivate with mindfulness practice. We have these moments of greater freedom and then something happens. Maybe we are hungry or maybe we are angry about something. Maybe we are lonely, encapsulated in our thought world—it is very lonesome to keep thinking and… Continue reading →
In this podcast we discuss the fruits of mindfulness and practices that hasten our inevitable awakening. The mind and heart, when watered with attention and kindness and mindfulness, know how to unfurl and reveal themselves to us. They know how to blossom, even in the midst of suffering. Artwork: Via Red Bubble
In this special episode of the Mindrolling Podcast, Raghu is joined live on stage by Ram Dass, Trudy Goodman, Jack Kornfield, and Duncan Trussell to explore practices for waking up.
Trudy sat down with Duncan Trussell for his podcast The Duncan Trussell Family Hour . LISTEN HERE.
This episode of Buddhist Geeks comes from a live event on “Waking Up with Psychedelics” that occurred in Los Angeles, co-hosted by InsightLA. Vincent Horn was joined in this dialogue by Trudy Goodman, Spring Washam, & Dr. Charles Grob. Ram Dass joined us at the end of this dialogue,