Dharma in the Age of the Network
United States
404 episodes
since Dec, 2006
explicit content


A couple of months ago I was in San Francisco to record the public dialogue on "Psychedelics, Technology, and the Future of Meditation", to teach at the newly minted SF Dharma Collective, and to hang out with some old friends in the Bay Area. I was really fortune, while there, to connect up with someone I consider both a friend & dharma sister, Sunni Brown. In addition to being a serious dharma practitioner, whose studied Zen and Mindfulness, Sunni is also a prolific creative and has written multiple books, including The Doodle Revolution & Gamestorming. Check out her TED Talk, Doodlers, unite!, for a glimpse into the kind of work she's doing. True to the new conversational format of Buddhist Geeks, and probably the best example of the intention of this format to date, Sunni and I sat in the backyard of the Consciousness Hacking House, and had a wide-ranging discussion about practice & life. I hope you enjoy!Episode Links:🔗 SunniBrown.com📖 The Doodle Revolution: Unlock the Power to Think Differently📖 Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers📺 Doodlers, unite!
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