The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism

The Interdependence Project : 21st Century Buddhism
By IDProject
About this podcast
21st Century Buddhism, The IDP Podcast, features weekly lectures and discussions by IDP Teachers, Interviews with well known authors and personalities and artful explorations of Buddhist teachings in the form of sound collages, and spoken word pieces. Recent Guest Lectures have included Reverend Billy, Simran Sethi, Sharon Salzberg, Brad Warner, Susan Piver, Sera Beak, David Nichtern, Arawana Hayashi, Daniel Goleman, Eric Spiegel, Dr. Miles Neale, Elizabeth Reid, Gina Sharpe, Chas DiCapua, Colin Beaven, Darren Littlejohn, Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche, Jonathan Kaplan, Acharya Adam Lobel, Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown, Susan Piver, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Lodro Rinzler, Phil Richman, Lara Adler, Michael Stone, Joseph Mauricio, Tomas Sander, Koshin Paley Ellison, Spring Washam, Pilar Jennings, Alan Senauke, Acharya Fleet Maull, Natalie Goldberg, Ari Pliskin, Sarah Weintraub, Gina Sharpe, Andy Karr, Kinloch C Walpole, Nicola Amadora, Martine Batchelor, Stuart Moody, Beth Terry, Gil Fronsdal, Tiffany Shlain, Jennifer Fox, Robert Chodo Campbell, Konchok Yangphel, Fred Cooper, Robina Courtin, Joseph Loizzo and Nancy Thompson, Sokuzan Bob Brown

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