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Rethinking the Dharma for a Secular Age.

Labels, or Mindful Sinning. Somatosensory Attention and Alpha Rhythms. Monica Furlong presents writings by and about eleven of these Christian mystics who lived and worked between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries. Today we’re fortunate to have with us one of Juniper’s founding members, Lawrence Levy.

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Four Frontiers for Secular Buddhists. David Chapman speaks with us about Buddhism for Vampires in our second Halloween special. Today we’re joined by Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, who speaks with us about breaking free of cultural accretions in his book Rebel Buddha: Secular Paganism and Cats Pulling Sleds. An Introduction to Bodhidaoism. Cathy Kerr joins us to speak about her recent study on the effects of mindfulness meditation training on anticipatory alpha modulation in primary somatosensory cortex.


Gerry Stribling joins us to speak about his book, Buddhism for Dudes: Jenny Phillips speaks with us today about her film, The Dhamma Brothers, about teaching vipassana to inmates in a maximum security prison in Alabama. Chris Mitchell speaks with us about his book, Asperger’s Syndrome and Mindfulness.

Owen Flanagan speaks with us about his new book The Bodhisattva’s Brain: Robert Ellis speaks with us today about his book The Trouble with Buddhism: Skepticism, Meditation, and Consciousness. Mushim Ikeda and Brenda Salgado datts us to talk about encouraging and creating diversity in our sanghas. Meditation teacher Spring Washam speaks with us about having diversity in our communities, and East Bay Meditation Zem. Science philosopher Massimo Pigliucci joins us to speak about his experiences with stoicism, and we discuss some alab with secular Buddhism.

David Loy and Ron Purser join us to discuss some Buddhist responses to popular mindfulness programs.

Books by Monica Furlong (Author of Juniper)

Jason Siff speaks warts us about Unlearning Meditation in the first of a two part episode. Sam Trumbore speaks with us about chess, secular spirituality, and the value of having interfaith dialogues.

Unlearning Meditation Part One. Refresh and try again. Dan Bammes talks with us about one of the first, if not the first, skeptical Buddhist web presence. Rodrigo Rodriguez speaks with us about shakuhachi music and his new album, Traditional and Modern Pieces Shakuhachi, in this bonus episode.


Today we’re going to put ourselves in the perspective of our friends and family when asking us about practices they don’t understand, as we speak with Eli Effinger-Weintraub. Roles of Women in Buddhism.

Reflections on Secular Buddhism. Lesetja wants to read. You can examine and separate out names.

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Eugenie Scott from the National Center for Science Education speaks with us about keeping faith traditions separate from science in our classrooms. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data.

Grace Shireson joins us to speak about her teacher, from her new book Zen Bridge: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Paradise in Plain Sight: Glenn Wallis speaks with us about beliefs, and how conflating them with knowledge can lead us down unhelpful paths in our practice.

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