What’s Really Important?

“We need to be able to ask ourselves what’s really important in our life; what are the moments in our life that have really meant something to us? And are we living in a way that is honoring the possibilities of this human life of ours — right now — or are we spending a […]

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Episode 77: The Hinayana Stage of the Journey

Today, we explore teachings Reggie has given on the Hinayana stage of the meditative journey. He discusses the importance of committing to a daily meditation practice, renouncing habitual patterns, and developing kindness toward oneself. These excerpts are taken from talks given at the 2005 and 2010 Winter Dathun retreats held in Crestone, CO. http://media.blubrry.com/dharma_ocean/p/s3.amazonaws.com/DOPodcast/Pcast-77-The-Hinayana-Stage-of-the-Journey.mp3Podcast: Play […]

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Episode 76: Vajra Body

“Vajra body” refers to the indestructible energetic body that is discovered when we explore our incarnation in a non-conceptual way. In today’s episode, Reggie discusses the dynamics of the Vajra body and how it lives independently of our hopes, fears, agendas, and identities. This talk was given at the 2010 Winter Dathun – a month-long […]

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Episode 75: Opening to the Totality

In this talk, Reggie points to the fruition of embodied meditation – our minds become silent in face of the totality and the wildness of our inner being emerges free and unencumbered. Through this process, he says, we we change in unexpected ways because reality is not tidy, and life is not coherent. This talk […]

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Episode 74: Meditating with the Earth

In this episode, Reggie discusses the earth as an elemental reality that defies conceptuality. He explores several of the earth’s different aspects – it is the source of all life, our original mother, and connects us to the potent wildness inherent in all being. These excerpts are taken from talks given at the 2007 Meditating […]

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Episode 73: Inner Pilgrimage of the Body

In this episode, Reggie discusses the importance of spiritual pilgrimage in Vajrayana meditation. He says that visiting sacred sites in the world reflects the tantric tradition of outer pilgrimage, and journeying through the sacred landscapes of the body is an expression of inner pilgrimage. This talk was given in 2009 at a retreat held in […]

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Episode 72: Bodywork in Daily Practice

In this teaching, Reggie comments on the role of the body in daily meditation practice. He says that modern people often approach meditation as a means to get out of the body. But without an openness to pain, feelings, traumas and memories, there is no journey – we don’t grow. This talk was given in […]

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Episode 71: The Body – Gateway to the Primordial

In today’s talk, Reggie explains how attitudes of subjugation, repression, and control in agricultural societies have led to a modern sense of profound separation from our bodies. He says that when we meditate with the body, we reclaim a primordial way of knowing the world. This talk was given at the 2007 Meditating with the Body […]

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Episode 70: Meditating with the Body

Meditating with the Body is a course of practice and study that helps modern people reconnect with the reality, goodness, and health of our basic human situation, grounded in our bodies. In today’s episode, we listen to excerpts from four talks on the view of Meditating with the Body. These excerpts are taken from talks given […]

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Ultimate bodhicitta

“When we talk about the openness of the heart, we mean it in a literal way. The space of the heart is so vast and so endless and so open, that there’s room for us to experience anything. Anything that wants to arise in our experience, our heart has this fundamental, eternal, infinite openness. The […]

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Episode 69: Ground Yana – Awakening to Reality

In this episode, we listen to a talk Reggie offered on the Ground Yana – the beginning stage of the meditative journey. He emphasizes the need to give up what we think about our life, and discusses the profound transformations that occur when we discover our inborn nature through embodied meditation. This talk was given at the 2005 […]

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Episode 68: How the Journey Unfolds

In today’s episode, Reggie discusses how the spiritual journey unfolds in relation to our experience of the awakened state. He says, “We begin the Five Yana journey with what is called sudden enlightenment – the experience of abrupt vastness.  But then you get triggered and you’re back in your ordinary neurosis. Or you get distracted and […]

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Episode 67: Stages of the Embodied Journey – Part II

In this episode, we listen to the second part of a talk Reggie gave on the stages of embodied meditation. Here he covers the Mahayana, Vajrayana, and Fifth Yana. He says that Mahayana practices of the heart awaken tenderness and love. Vajrayana practices meet our inspiration to become “a spontaneous expression of nature.” And, in […]

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Episode 66: Stages of the Embodied Journey – Part I

Today’s podcast features the first part of a talk Reggie offered on the five stages of embodied meditation. What follows is a description of the first two stages of the journey: the Ground Yana and the Hinayana. He says, “Enlightenment is dropping conventional notions of the body. It’s not that you separate from the body, but […]

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Episode 65: The Journey of Mahamudra

In today’s episode, Reggie discusses the different stages of the mahamudra journey. He says that stages do not mean accomplishment. Rather, they simply reflect how our experience of the totality deepens as the journey of meditation unfolds. This talk was given at the 2014 Mahamudra for the Modern World retreat held at the Blazing Mountain Retreat Center in Crestone, CO. To […]

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Episode 64: Spiritual Unfolding

In today’s episode, Reggie offers an overview of the path of spiritual training that he was taught by his teacher, Chogyam Trungpa. He says that when we commit to the journey of spiritual unfolding our karmic situation changes and our life opens in new and unexpected ways. This talk was given at the 2006 Meditating with the Body retreat […]

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Episode 63: Trusting Individuality

In this talk, Reggie explains how, in more conservative Buddhist cultures, individuality is often viewed as threatening to established rules and conventions. However, for modern practitioners these attitudes feel stifling. He says that sharing personal experience actually helps us unlock the spiritual journey. This talk was given at the 2006 Meditating with the Body retreat held in Crestone, Colorado. To […]

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Episode 62: Loss of Control

In today’s episode, Reggie discusses the loss of control we feel when facing the uncertainty of life through the practice of meditation. Chaos, he says, is a sign that reality is trying to get through to us. When we heed the call and surrender our grasp, our lives flow open and free, and experience becomes our […]

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Episode 61: Human Journey

In today’s talk, Reggie encourages us to trust the unique unfolding of our personal journey on the path of meditation. He says that the greatest gift we can offer ourselves, and others, is confidence in the sacredness of our specific life. This talk was given in 2009 at a retreat held in Portland, Oregon. To download more of Reggie’s […]

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Episode 60: The Dance of Reality

Spiritual materialism is an approach to meditation in which we fixate on goals of perfection and try to secure a sense of accomplishment. In this talk, Reggie explains how the dance of reality always undermines such reference points and cuts through the momentum of our spiritual ambition. This talk was given in 2009 at a retreat held in Portland, Oregon. To […]

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Episode 59: Thirst for Direct Experience

Today, we conclude our month long exploration of the mahamudra tradition. In the following talk, Reggie discusses how mahamudra is being translated from Tibetan Buddhism to the modern world. He says that the appeal of this tradition is that it invites us to discover the depth of our spiritual life through direct experience. This talk […]

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Episode 58: Thoughts – Explosions of Energy

In today’s episode, Reggie talks about an aspect of experience that brings many people to the practice of meditation: unceasing thoughts. He says that the mahamudra tradition does not see thoughts as problematic. Rather, they are understood as primal expressions of energy. This talk is from Mahamudra for the Modern World, a 37-hour intensive training course produced by Sounds True. Reggie will […]

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Episode 57: Space Gives Birth to Love

Today, we continue our exploration of the mahamudra tradition of meditation. In this talk, Reggie shows how the vast space of being that he discussed in last week’s podcast expresses itself as love, and how this love manifests as our unique life. This talk is from Mahamudra for the Modern World, a 37-hour intensive training course produced by Sounds True. Reggie will […]

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Episode 56: The Natural State

In this episode, Reggie talks about the open, empty, clear awareness that is our fundamental nature. This great space of being, he says, is endless, unborn, and does not die. When we discover that this vast expanse of awareness is the source of our life, we feel free to express our unique creativity in the […]

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Episode 55: The Call of Mahamudra

Today, we begin a four-week exploration of the mahamudra tradition of meditation – an ancient approach known for its remarkable simplicity and profundity. In this talk, Reggie discusses the way in which mahamudra meets our longing to connect with the vast space of reality. This talk was given at last year’s Mahamudra for the Modern World retreat, held at […]

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Episode 54: The Knock at the Door

In today’s episode, Reggie reflects on the importance of expanding our awareness beyond our expectations, prejudices, ideas, and biases. When we open to boundless space in this way, we are extending an open-ended invitation to the universe, and many unexpected guests will show up at our door. This talk was given at the 2006 Winter Dathün, a month-long retreat held in Crestone, […]

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Episode 53: Integrity Trumps Strategy

When working with a spiritual teacher, a community must consider how to carry on the lineage once the teacher dies. In this talk, Reggie says that the authentic lineage of Chögyam Trungpa will only survive into future generations if “integrity trumps strategy” and the individual journey of each student is held as inviolable. This talk […]

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Episode 52: A Living Lineage

In this episode, Reggie discusses the continuation of Chögyam Trungpa’s lineage within Dharma Ocean. Instead of worshipping the lineage footsteps of the past, Reggie encourages us to make a relationship with the lineage as a living force that is communicating within us right now. This talk was given at the 2011 Winter Dathün, a month-long […]

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Episode 51: The Lineage of Chögyam Trungpa

This is a talk Reggie offered on the life and teachings of his teacher, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. He discusses the Vajrayana foundations of Tibetan Buddhism, Trungpa’s early training as a Vajrayana master, and his unique expression of the dharma in the modern world. This talk was given in 2011 as part of a class on […]

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Episode 50: Christmas Reflections

Today, we’ll listen to brief excerpts from an assortment of talks Reggie gave on the life and teachings of Jesus from a Buddhist perspective. He explains how Jesus was a contemplative prophet who exemplified non-theistic compassion through his rejection of religious materialism and embrace of the pain and suffering of this world. He says that […]

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Episode 49: Holy Darkness

Winter solstice is a time of journeying inward, into the depths and darkness of our being. This podcast features excerpts from two talks Reggie gave on the importance of opening to darkness in spiritual practice. In the first excerpt, he explains how the difficult, ugly, and unwanted aspects of our experience hold tremendous richness and […]

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Episode 48: Meeting the Unknown

Today, Reggie discusses the narrow world of ego. We typically perceive the world beyond ego as shadows and darkness; however, when we enter the unknown depths of the body through the practice of meditation, we tap into the boundlessness of the universe. When we encounter this vast expanse, we can either take a risk and […]

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Episode 47: Unpacking Enlightenment

What does the word enlightenment really mean? How does it define Buddhist cultural roles and perceptions? Is the spiritual ideal of enlightenment really that helpful to modern meditators? These are some of the questions Reggie poses in this talk on the importance of deconstructing the concept of enlightenment and critically examining its pervasive use in […]

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Episode 46: Discovering the Dharma Anew

Buddhism is often seen as an organized Asian religion that is historically tied to entrenched power structures, authoritative texts, and definitive roles. In today’s episode, Reggie discusses the importance of giving up our ideas and preconceptions about the dharma and Buddhism. At this point in history, he says, many practitioners are called to take part […]

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Episode 45: Spirituality in the Modern World

The journey of meditation shows us how our ideas about everyday life are small, regimented, and suffocating. In this talk, Reggie explains that modern spirituality requires a certain bravery, a willingness to be dismantled by the raw reality of our humanity in the midst of everyday circumstances. It’s a journey that requires trust in the […]

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Episode 44: Sacredness of the Human Person

Reggie discusses the ways meditation helps us shed habitual patterns so we can discover the true purpose of our life. The human journey, he says, is not about getting rid of our ego but rather connecting more deeply with our authentic person. Then the ego can help us on our path. Today’s teachings are drawn from […]

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Episode 43: Primordial Fire

“There is no such thing as absolute nothingness. We think that there might be — that’s our deepest fear. As a practitioner, you run into nothingness, but there’s something more, there’s something deeper. And that deeper thing is the warmth of infinity, the warmth of eternity. The warmth arises as a fire, and that fire […]

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Episode 42: Inherent Perfection

In this episode, Reggie explains how meditating in an embodied way allows our lives to flow freely. We are used to thinking that we are never enough — that we are lacking in so many ways. The practice of meditation gives rise humor and joy, through the insight that our situation is actually always abundant […]

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Episode 41: Unconditional Acceptance

This week, Reggie reflects on the meaning of the first line of the Dharma Ocean aspiration chant: “May I develop an attitude of complete acceptance and openness to all situations, emotions, and to all people.” He explores this teaching in the context of Buddhist maitri practice, whereby we cultivate an attitude of loving-kindness toward ourselves. […]

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Episode 40: Love Without Judgment

In today’s podcast, Reggie shows how freedom is found when we refrain from judging our experience. By embracing some aspects of experience and shunning others, we drive the painful, difficult, and unwanted parts of our being into the shadows. These tormented and damaged parts continue to operate, but without our knowledge, as unconscious neurotic behaviors. […]

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Episode 39: Trust in the Heart

In today’s teaching, Reggie shows how the fundamental truth of the universe is discovered within the human heart. To trust in the heart means being willing to open to what we are feeling and explore the immediacy of life, no matter what we might think about it. This takes courage because it demands vulnerability and […]

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Episode 38: Life Force of the Heart

In this talk, Reggie emphasizes the importance of trusting in the heart on the journey of meditation. He describes how distracted we are by what we think our life is and how meditation brings us back to the true essence of our fundamental life force. The first stage in becoming more present to our life […]

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Episode 37: The Heart of Space

This week, we listen to a talk Reggie gave on the relationship between mahamudra meditation and the bodhicitta practice of awakening the heart. Mahamudra practice allows us to explore the vast space of reality as the ground of our basic nature. Practitioners of mahamudra sometimes think that the experience of unconditioned space is the endpoint […]

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Episode 36: Sacred World

In today’s episode, Reggie reflects on the sacredness of our human experience. When we relinquish our preconceptions and ideas about ourselves, he says, we glimpse how truly limitless our experience of life can be. This insight often awakens a longing in us to discover the full beauty and radiance of our world. “In the Vajrayana, […]

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Episode 35: Emotional Awakening – Part II

Today’s podcast features the second part of Reggie’s talk on the wisdom of emotions. Emotions in themselves, he says, are not a problem — they are simply explosions of awakened energy. The problem occurs when we attach self-referential storylines to emotions, judging and assigning meaning to them accordingly. If we look closely, we can see […]

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Episode 34: Emotional Awakening – Part I

A distinctive feature of Vajrayana Buddhism is the view that emotions are intelligent expressions of energy. Today, we begin listening to a talk Reggie gave on the role of emotions on the meditative journey. He says that to understand the wisdom of emotions, we must first understand how our ego habitually shuts out the vast […]

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Episode 33: The Intensity of Experience

“Confidence means willing to be with your experience with an open heart and not do anything about it — that’s the Vajrayana path.” In this episode, Reggie discusses how the ego reacts to the play of energy that arises when we open to vast space in the practice of meditation. Our mistake, he says, is […]

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Episode 32: Being with Energy

In today’s episode, we explore how energy manifests as the rich display of our personal experience: our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and sense perceptions. Reggie offers that, rather than being a solid individual self, each of us is a continually unfolding process of energetic movement that is constantly arising from the emptiness of space. He says […]

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Episode 31: Mahamudra and Modern Physics

Today, Reggie invites us to consider a recent discovery in modern physics: that everything in the universe ultimately is born from nothing, from the universe itself down to the tiniest particles at subatomic levels. We are able to have direct experiential knowledge of this basic reality when we allow our limited viewpoints to dissolve into […]

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Episode 30: Deep Space — Birthplace of Creativity

“Deep space is completely unconditioned. It’s where everything that’s going to come to birth is held. It’s the origin — the source.” In today’s episode, Reggie explores how our relationship with deep space connects us with the fire of primordial creativity. Boycotting our impulses and waiting for true perception to arise, we discover a depth […]

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Episode 29: How Space Manifests as Protection

When there is a gap in our thoughts, or we suddenly lose track of who we are, that is a moment of protection—reality cuts through our habitual patterns, thus protecting our connection to the fundamental nature of everything. Reggie discusses the way that space—alive, vibrant, vivid space—serves as a protector, and he encourages us to […]

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Episode 28: Space and the Awareness of Space

“Space and the awareness of space. This is the basic message.” In today’s podcast, Reggie comments on this profoundly simple practice instruction. In meditation, he says, we learn to relate to the basic space of reality. However, when we experience the vastness of space — and lose our habitual reference points — we can experience […]

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Episode 27: Mahamudra for the Modern World – Part II

An impediment to the practice of Mahamudra for modern people is the notion that we are insufficiently equipped to make the full spiritual journey: that we are too busy, too materialistic, and too distracted. In today’s episode, Reggie offers an alternative, more optimistic perspective on the spiritual capacity of modern people, examining the traditional context […]

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Episode 26: Mahamudra for the Modern World – Part I

“The purpose of Mahamudra is to bring us into a state where our mind is so peaceful and so open and so available that every human experience appears as a kind of miracle.” So Reggie begins his description of Mahamudra, the topic of today’s podcast. This profound tradition of Tibetan Buddhist meditation provides a unique […]

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Episode 25: The Quick Path

Vajrayana Buddhism is sometimes called “the quick path to realization.” In today’s episode, Reggie describes the travails, inspiration, and bravery of practitioners who choose the quick path, an approach to dharma whereby one places meditation at the very center of life. Practitioners who take this approach to the spiritual journey often face “gradations and domains […]

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Episode 24: Integrity of the Lineage Part II

Today’s episode expands upon Reggie’s remarks from last week on the meaning of lineage. Here he suggests that a living lineage is not a fixed entity – it constantly gives birth to new life and unexpected situations. With examples from his own journey, Reggie shows how the lineage “can only be as deep and as […]

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Episode 23: Integrity of the Lineage Part I

In today’s teaching, Reggie discusses how the power of a living lineage is carried forth through directness, honesty, and an uncompromising commitment to the integrity of the dharma. He shares stories from the lives of Chögyam Trungpa and his teachers, Jamgon Kongtrul and Khenpo Gangshar, to demonstrate how the blazing fire of an authentic lineage […]

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Episode 22: The Vajrayana Path of Desire

This week’s episode presents part two of Reggie’s talk on the lives of the tantric saints in ancient India given at Stanford University in 2009. Here he discusses the essential role of desire in Vajrayana Buddhism. He begins by asking, does an embrace of desire imply that the Vajrayana tradition is not recognizably Buddhist? In […]

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Episode 21: Tantric Saints in Indian Buddhism

In this symposium lecture, given at Stanford University in 2009, Reggie discusses the prototype of the tantric saint in ancient India. As he explains, the tantric path is distinguished from other forms of Buddhism by several characteristics: an emphasis on enlightened female lineage holders, an embrace of ordinary “householder” lifestyles, and a recognition of the […]

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Episode 20: Desire is the Gateway

In this week’s episode, Reggie responds to the commonly held notion that passion and attachment are obstacles to the practice of meditation. He explains that the animating life force of the universe is fundamentally an unbridled attraction that we ourselves discover when we fully open to our hunger, wanting, and longing. Tantra invites us further […]

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Episode 19: The Spiritual Journey is Down

In this talk, Reggie challenges the notion of spirituality as a journey of attainment – of progressing towards higher states of enlightened being. He explains that, according to the tantric tradition, true spirituality is actually a downward journey – into the unconscious, into the earth, into the grittiness of our humanity. This talk was given […]

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Episode 18: The Example of Jesus

In today’s podcast, recorded on a Christmas Day, Reggie speaks on the life and crucifixion of Jesus. He says that we, as modern practitioners, can look to Jesus as an example of someone who maintained integrity in the face of the brutality and materialism of the dominant culture. Further, he recognizes that within the beauty […]

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Episode 17: Bravery of the Bodhisattva

This week, Reggie discusses the bodhisattva — one who has committed their life to relieving the suffering of others. Far from being an unattainable ideal, the way of the bodhisattva is discovered in how we express our own innermost nature. When we overcome our habitual thinking, we realize that everything in our life is a […]

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Episode 16: Vajrayana Tonglen

In this episode Reggie discusses tonglen, a Buddhist compassion practice, within the context of the Vajrayana understanding of interdependence. He says that when we encounter any difficult person, situation, or emotion we are meeting a part of ourselves that we have rejected. By opening to these rejected aspects we become whole. Today’s episode was drawn […]

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Episode 15: Awakening Heart

In today’s episode, Reggie discusses the somatic experience of knowing the world through our hearts. He says that the thinking mind has become the primary way of knowing in modern society and as a result we’ve lost touch with the intelligence of our hearts. By connecting with our hearts in meditation practice, we regain the […]

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Episode 14: Wellspring of Love

Although meditation has become popularized as a tool for stress reduction and basic wellness, it can, in fact, take us much further. In this week’s podcast, Reggie discusses how the practice of meditation can carry us beyond the confines of ego to true liberation. This talk was given at the 2011 Winter Dathun — a […]

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Episode 13: Meditation and the Path of Healing

Today’s teaching expands on the previous podcast’s theme of the importance of healing on the spiritual journey. Reggie shows how healing begins when we open to our deepest pain and trauma. Surrendering to the reality of our lives, painful though it may sometimes be, is how we transmute our suffering and discover unconditional freedom. This […]

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Episode 12: Healing, Wholeness, and Compassion

In this talk Reggie shows how the human journey of spirituality involves three aspects: healing, wholeness, and compassion. He explains that in order to progress in our meditation practice we must look at our overall health and work to resolve our pain and traumas in an integrative way. This work, he says, is also how […]

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Episode 11: Refuge in the Sangha

Today, as we finish our exploration of the meaning of Refuge, Reggie discusses the intimacy we share with one another in retreat and how that intimacy gives rise to a sense of profound devotion to our community of fellow practitioners. These excerpts were taken from two different talks given at the 2003 and 2006 Winter […]

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Episode 10: Refuge in the Dharma

Today’s talk is a continuation of last week’s topic: the role of refuge on the Buddhist path. In this episode Reggie discusses refuge in the Dharma. He shows how our understanding of the meaning of dharma deepens in profound ways as we grow in the different stages of the journey. This talk was given at […]

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Episode 9: Refuge in the Buddha

What does it mean to take refuge in the Buddha? In this episode, Reggie explores this question from the standpoint of the outer, inner, and secret dimensions of the Buddhist journey. He explains that fundamentally the Buddha is the very essence of our being — the very source of our life. This talk was given […]

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Episode 8: The Meaning of Refuge

Refuge is an important moment in the Buddhist journey. It is a ritual event in which we have the opportunity to commit to the practice of meditation as a spiritual path. In today’s talk, Reggie discusses how in taking refuge we learn to abandon distractions and leap to the choicelessness of each moment. This talk […]

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Episode 7: The Life and Legacy of the Buddha

As an historian of religions, Reggie has closely studied early Buddhist texts to better understand the human journey of the Buddha in ancient India. Today, we’ll listen to excerpts from three different talks Reggie has given on the life and legacy of the historical Buddha. He asks us to reconsider our assumptions about who the […]

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Episode 6: View of Renunciation

Renunciation is an important topic in the traditional teachings of the Buddha, and is commonly misunderstood. In today’s talk, Reggie explains that renunciation is not about turning away from our relative lives, but instead is a natural outgrowth of meditation practice. Renunciation spontaneously occurs when we stop following our habitual impulses and expectations in everyday […]

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Episode 5: Relating to Groundlessness

This week, Reggie addresses the experience of groundlessness that often occurs when we engage in intensive meditation practice. He explains how we can trust those moments when we lose our sense of identity and encourages us to open to the uncertainty we feel when we encounter the limitless domain of our being. This week’s episode […]

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Episode 4: Journey of Authentic Becoming

In this week’s episode Reggie expands on the topic of Buddha Nature offered in last week’s podcast. When we are able to surrender into our own basic nature, we begin to uncover our unique authentic person. Through the practice of meditation, we discover that the imperative of our spiritual journey is to become fully who […]

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Episode 3: Finding Purpose in Spirituality

Reggie discusses the unique spiritual imperative facing modern people and in particular the state of disconnection that is prevalent in modern society. He explores how invaluable the Buddhist-inspired journey is at this time and how we can discover our own Buddha Nature afresh in each moment through the felt sense of our embodied experience. Wisdom, he […]

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Episode 2: The Embodied Journey

Over the last fifteen years, drawing on Tibetan yoga, Reggie has developed a unique system of practices called Meditating with the Body. In this episode Reggie offers an introduction to the view of the body in Vajrayana Buddhism. He discusses the importance of the practice of meditation and the particular role of the body in meditation. […]

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Episode 1: River of Life

Reggie explores Buddhist tantra as a spiritual path and discusses inspiration in the practice of meditation. He offers guidance for how we develop trust in the magic and perfection of our lives and explores how the practice of meditation is about dismantling our doubt. This episode features a talk originally recorded during the 2010-11 Winter […]

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