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Somatic Primer Podcast
Robert Tenzin Thurman PhD: Je Tsongkhapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University

Somatic Primer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 81:17


Robert Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University as well as Co-Founder and President of Tibet House US/Menla in service of HH Dalai Lama & the people of Tibet. A close friend of the Dalai Lama's for over 50 years, he is a leading world-wide lecturer on Tibetan Buddhism, passionate activist for the plight of the Tibetan people, skilled translator of Buddhist texts, and inspiring writer of popular Buddhist books.He met the H.H. the Dalai Lama in 1962. After learning Tibetan and studying Buddhism he decided to become a Tibetan Buddhist monk and was the first Westerner to be ordained by the Dalai Lama. After living as a monk for several years He returned to Harvard to finish his PhD. In this episode we discuss:His time as a monk in IndiaMeeting the Dalai LamaSomatic Practices in Tibetan BuddhismTibetan YogaEnvironmental issues and how modern society is disconnected from natureAnd much more Vajra Yoga Course  begins  October 22,  - January 28, at Menla Retreat Center https://thusmenla.org/p/vajra-yoga-fall-immersion-online-only

The Gym Lords Podcast
Ep 723 Matt Thurman, Lonni Galate, Steve Griffin

The Gym Lords Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 88:07


This Episode we interview Matt Thurman, Lonni Galate, Steve Griffin about their take on being a Gym Owner. Welcome to the Gym Lords Podcast, where we talk with successful gym owners to hear what they're doing that is working RIGHT NOW, and to hear lessons and failures they've learned along the way. We would love to share your story! If you'd like to be featured on the podcast, fill out the form on the link below.  https://gymlaunchsecrets.com/podcast

The Gym Lords Podcast
Ep 723 Matt Thurman, Lonni Galate, Steve Griffin

The Gym Lords Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 88:07


This Episode we interview Matt Thurman, Lonni Galate, Steve Griffin about their take on being a Gym Owner. Welcome to the Gym Lords Podcast, where we talk with successful gym owners to hear what they're doing that is working RIGHT NOW, and to hear lessons and failures they've learned along the way. We would love to share your story! If you'd like to be featured on the podcast, fill out the form on the link below.  https://gymlaunchsecrets.com/podcast

Interviews by Brainard Carey

Kyle Thurman (b. 1986, West Chester, PA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In 2016 he received an MFA in painting from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. From 2011 to 2012, Thurman studied with Christopher Williams and Peter Doig as a guest student at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. In 2009 he received his BA in Film Studies and Visual Arts from Columbia University. Most recently, Thurman was included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial curated by Rujeko Hockley and Jane Panetta; his work is now included in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Other recent solo and group exhibitions include Central Fine, Miami Beach, FL; The Meeting, New York, NY; Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, Austria; 1301PE, Los Angeles, CA; Off Vendome, New York, NY; The Cleveland Triennial, Cleveland, OH; Parapet Real Humans, St. Louis, MO; Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Cookie Butcher, Antwerp, Belgium; Office Baroque, Brussels, Belgium; Kostyal, London, England; Benevento, New York, NY; OFFSITE, New York, NY; Bodega, New York, NY; MOCA Tucson, Tucson, AZ; Fluxia Gallery, Milan, Italy; Laurel Gitlen, New York, NY; Dickinson Gallery, New York, NY; Galeria Marta Cervera, Madrid, Spain; Lisa Cooley and Laurel Gitlen, New York, NY; Room East, New York, NY; Middlemarch, Brussels, Belgium; Nudashank, Baltimore, MA; Shoot the Lobster, Miami, FL; Maison Particuliere, Brussels, Belgium; West Street Gallery, New York NY; Eleven Rivington, New York, NY; Clearing, Brussels, Belgium; M and B Art, Los Angeles, CA; Martos Gallery, New York, NY; Printed Matter, New York, NY; and The Mercantile Fiction Library, New York, NY among others. The artist's upcoming exhibitions include Central Fine, Miami Beach, FL and Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, Austria. Kyle Thurman Dream Police (My neck) 2022 Acrylic dispersion, gouache, oil, and watercolor on PVA primed paper and Dibond panel in artist's frame 49 7/8 x 73 7/8 x 2 7/8 in 126.7 x 187.6 x 7.3 cm Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis. Kyle Thurman Forest (our shadow) 2022 Gouache, graphite, oil, and watercolor on PVA primed paper and Dibond panel in artist's frame 49 7/8 x 73 7/8 x 2 7/8 in 126.7 x 187.6 x 7.3 cm. Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis. Kyle Thurman Crown (model monument, emotion) 2022 with altar by Lesser Miracle Patinated bronze and wood Sculpture Dimensions: 21 1/10 x 21 1/10 x 21 1/10 in 53.6 x 53.6 x 53.6 cm Altar Dimensions: 30 x 70 x 33 in 76.2 x 177.8 x 83.82 cm. Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis.

Art Dealer Diaries Podcast
Shiloh Thurman: Director, Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve - Epi. 211, Host Dr. Mark Sublette

Art Dealer Diaries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 63:28


Today's guest was Shiloh Thurman and he's the Museum Director of the Woolaroc Museum in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Now, might have not heard of this museum, but it's always been a personal favorite of mine. The Woolaroc is a hidden gem of a museum up in northeastern Oklahoma, an hour out of Tulsa and I encourage you, if you're in that area, to go see it as it's not your run-of-the-mill educational institution.I don't say that in a bad way at all. It's not normal because it has herds of regional animals surrounding the museum including (but not limited to) bison, elk, and water buffalo. They are a big part of the experience, as well as the old cabin that oil tycoon Frank Phillips used as his home.  It's filled with great J. H. Sharp paintings and antique textiles and it's just an amazing thing to see. The museum itself has a great collection of Frank Tenney Johnson and William R. Leigh paintings, as well as some amazing first-phase, second-phase, and third-phase chiefs blankets. Shiloh has got a story to match. Here's a kid who grew up in Bartlesville and basically did every single job in the building in order to work his way up the ladder. He eventually became the director/curator and has been thriving ever since. It's a fun and interesting story. Plus, I want to promote this museum because I happen to like it. Shiloh Thurman on Art Dealer Diaries episode 211.

Bob Thurman Podcast
Motivation of the Bodhisattva: The Jeweled Treasure of Tibet – Ep. 305

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 46:53 Very Popular


Opening with a guided "Jewel Tree" meditation, Robert Thurman in this episode gives an introduction the Buddhist concept of Bodhisattvas, Bodhichitta, the spirit of becoming perfectly awakened and to the role of motivation in Buddhism and in everyday interactions. Using the classical imagery of the covered, leaky and poisoned vessels Thurman gives a teaching on the qualities needed to be an open minded, determined and well-intended student of Buddha Dharma and of life. “Tibetans call their cherished tradition of Buddhism a wish-fulfilling jewel tree for its power to generate bliss and enlightenment within all who absorb its teachings. This path to enlightenment, it is taught, requires more than a sitting meditation practice alone. With “The Jewel Tree of Tibet”, honored scholar and teacher Robert Thurman brings these insights to you as they were meant to be transmitted through the spoken word.” – Text from “The Jewel Tree of Tibet” This episode is an excerpt from “The Jewel Tree of Tibet: The Enlightenment Engine of Tibetan Buddhism” 12-Part audio retreat by Robert Thurman, available from www.soundstrue.com.

Mindstate Marketing Hour
The Power of Being Human in Business - Interview with Hunter Thurman

Mindstate Marketing Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 56:50


In this episode of the Mindstate Marketing Hour, one of the top behavioral science influencers, Hunter Thurman, joins Will and Steve for an interview.  As founder of behavioral research and consulting firm Alpha-Diver, he shares how his passion for neuroscience has guided his entrepreneurial journey—and helped him grow his brand by double-digits. 

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda
The Rosary is for the Family: Deacon James Thurman

The Morning Blend with David and Brenda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 18:17


Join Dina Marie Hale as she speaks with Deacon James Thurman on the importance of the Rosary and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary in his life and in the family. Deacon James will speak at this year's 16th Annual Rosary Bowl NW on October 1st. Deacon James serves at St Joseph Catholic Church in Salem and he organizes the Annual Holy League Catholic Men's Conference on the first Saturday in December. To learn more visit: http://rosarybowlnw.org/ (rosarybowlnw.org) and http://theholyleague.org/ (theholyleague.org). https://the-morning-blend.captivate.fm/ (Subscribe to the Morning Blend) on your favorite podcast platform. Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/morning-drive/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). The Morning Blend is a production of https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in Portland, Oregon.

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Tha Boxing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 132:18


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P.A. Political Revolution Podcast
Mayor Thurman Bartie wants a private meeting with DD7 over flooding of W17, W18, and W19th St.

P.A. Political Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:14


Mayor Thurman Bartie wants a private meeting with DD7 over flooding of W17, W18, and W19th St. This is why we continue to have problems with drainage. We have a mayor that wants to hide information from the council AND public. This is another reason why I believe he sabotage the drainage project. Ron Burton says they mayor was out and when the mayor comes in and says DD7 didn't return his call. They both lying. HIDING CONVERSATIONS ABOUT DRAINAGE PROBLEMS IS A VIOLATION OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT!

Mini-wykłady: EQ - inteligencja emocjonalna
Niewidzialne książki: #107: S. Salzberg, T. R. Thurman - Love Your Enemies

Mini-wykłady: EQ - inteligencja emocjonalna

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 23:48


S. Salzberg, T. R. Thurman - Love Your Enemies Zapraszam do lektury moich książek: Autoterapia. Napraw sobie życie https://www.fundacjahs.org/sklep/autoterapia/ Nie daj sobie wejść na głowę https://sensus.pl/view/14859A/niedaj.htm Nie daj sobie spieprzyć życia. Sposoby na toksycznych ludzi https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/3/toklud Psychopata w pracy, w rodzinie i wśród znajomych: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/psywpr.htm Totem. Jak zbudować poczucie własnej wartości: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/totemj.htm Święty spokój. Instrukcja obsługi emocji: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/swiety.htm Życie. Następny poziom: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/zycie2.htm Alchemia duchowego rozwoju: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/aldurv.htm Mantra ciszy. 7 reguł duchowej ścieżki: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/7regdu.htm Motocyklizm. Droga do mindfulness: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/motozy.htm Pokonaj stres z Kaizen: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/pokosk.htm Schudnij z Kaizen: https://sensus.pl/viewc/14859A/1/pokoty.htm Model transpersonalny https://www.fundacjahs.org/sklep/model_transpersonalny-ebook/ Oferta moich szkoleń video: Zarządzanie emocjami: https://bit.ly/2IFmNOE Re-konstrukcja relacji: https://bit.ly/31Kl1FU Mindfulness: https://bit.ly/3bU5iHb Sztuka komunikacji: https://bit.ly/3eLJIpm Jak pokonać stres?: https://bit.ly/2VwL4ff Poziomy świadomości: https://bit.ly/3x0sw85 Motywacja: https://bit.ly/3Aa3Njc Oferta moich otwartych szkoleń i warsztatów: Zarządzanie emocjami: https://bit.ly/2oH5QJj Warsztaty medytacyjne: http://bit.ly/2AJHJ4I Akademia terapii transpersonalnej: https://bit.ly/2Vz7zAa Opis metody, której uczę i w której pracuję: Model transpersonalny: https://bit.ly/2OCI4wr Informacje na temat sesji indywidualnej: https://bit.ly/33kQkVL Realizacja video mini-wykładów jest możliwa dzięki środkom i zasobom Fundacji Hinc Sapientia https://www.fundacjahs.org. Jeśli uważasz, że publikowane tutaj mini-wykłady są przydatne i warto kontynuować ich produkcję to możesz ją wesprzeć darowizną na cele statutowe fundacji (wpłaty z pośrednictwem płatności on-line już od 10 zł) https://bit.ly/2nB1Tci Dziękuję:-) Jarosław Gibas

Almigos
116. Obscure Horror Movies with Matthew Thurman Benson and Eve Waters Smith

Almigos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 97:54


Summer is coming to a close and Fall is nigh! To celebrate the time of change, spookiness, sweater weather, football and pumpkin spice, we give you one of the most seasonal episodes in the history of Almigos! Recorded while Jon is drafting in one of his fantasy leagues, the duo host the couple with the coolest combination of names ever, one a first timer and one an Almigos alum. Al's longtime friend, Matthew Benson, and his girlfriend, Eve Smith, have recently moved here from sunny Los Angeles, and they join the Alimgos duo to talk about horror films. The theme this time is obscure horror movies, and there's some gems in here- Everything from movies that'll make you keep the lights on and movies that are so terrible you'll be laughing your ass off. It's a fun time as always on this episode!

hr2 Jazz
Die hr-Bigband - mit Camille Thurman (Teil 2)

hr2 Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 58:02


Konzerte und Produktionen u.a. mit: hr-Bigband feat. Camille Thurman cond. by Jim McNeely || Hessischer Rundfunk, hr-Sendesaal, Frankfurt, Juni 2021, Teil 2 || Die junge US-amerikanische Musikerin Camille Thurman ist eine kraftvolle Tenorsaxofonistin und eine äußerst einfallsreiche Sängerin, die an Größen wie Sarah Vaughan und Ella Fitzgerald erinnert. In ihrer Heimat wird sie mit Preisen in all ihren Disziplinen überschüttet. Als Komponistin ist sie bereits zweifach mit einem der landesweit wichtigsten Jazzpreise für junge Talente, dem ASCAP Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composers Award, ausgezeichnet worden. Als Saxofonistin war sie als erste Frau überhaupt zwei Jahre lang Teil der berühmten Big Band Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra mit Wynton Marsalis. Nun war sie im Juni erstmals zu Gast bei der hr-Bigband. Hören Sie heute den zweiten Teil dieses Programms aus dem hr-Sendesaal in Frankfurt. (Sendung vom 11.9.)

Bob Thurman Podcast
Chanting and Practicing the Heart Sutra – Ep. 304

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 47:45 Very Popular


The Heart Sutra is one of the most profound and widely studied texts in the Buddhist canon which is recited at the start of teachings, events & as a blessing. In this podcast Robert A.F. Thurman leads a recitation of The Heart Sutra and gives a teaching on it's connections to the Four Noble Truths and the Buddha's Eight Folk Path of liberation for all audiences. Professor Thurman begins this podcast with an explanation of the Heart Sutra focusing on the the dialog between Shāriputra and Avalokiteśvara in the Buddha's samadhi field, and it's connection to Clear Light, Bliss, Relativity and how one can avoid absolutism when thinking about emptiness. Podcast concludes with Professor Thurman explaining how the practice of reciting The Heart Sutra is the key to understanding it's teaching as a tool for mind transformation and a reading of the the third chapter of "The Flower Ornament Sutra" as translated by Thomas Cleary. “The Transcendent Wisdom Heart Sutra, known as The Heart Sutra in all Mahayana Buddhist countries, and The Heart of Wisdom in Tibet, is a concise expression of the profound vision of reality that is the root of liberation from suffering. Tibetan religious all know this by heart and chant is solemnly at the beginning of every ceremony. In addition to a prescription for enlightenment, they consider it the most powerful exorcism, purifier, and developer of merit as well of wisdom.” Robert A.F. Thurman from Essential Tibetan Buddhism Professor Thurman's translation of the Heart Sutra can be found in his book, Essential Tibetan Buddhism, on page 171, under the chapter heading, “Practicing the Liberating Wisdom.”

The Life Church KC
My Identity - Venita Thurman - 2022/0831

The Life Church KC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022


hr2 Jazz
Die hr-Bigband - mit Camille Thurman (Teil 1)

hr2 Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:57


Konzerte und Produktionen u.a. mit: hr-Bigband feat. Camille Thurman cond. by Jim McNeely || Hessischer Rundfunk, hr-Sendesaal, Frankfurt, Juni 2021, Teil 1 || Bevor es für die hr-Bigband im Sommer auf die hessischen Open Air-Bühnen ging, ließ Chefdirigent Jim McNeely die Saison stilvoll im hr-Sendesaal ausklingen. Zu diesem Anlass hatte er sich die Saxofonistin und Sängerin Camille Thurman eingeladen. Am Donnerstag, 9., und Freitag, 10. Juni, präsentierte sie zusammen mit der hr-Bigband eine Auswahl bekannter Stücke der Jazzgeschichte, ergänzt durch einige Kompositionen aus ihrer eigenen Feder. Hören Sie heute den ersten Teil dieses Programms aus dem hr-Sendesaal in Frankfurt. (Sendung vom 4.9.)

Bethlehem Church
"Delight in the Lord" - Evangelist Thurman Covey [August 14, 2022 PM]

Bethlehem Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 54:25


We would love to invite you to join our growing family! Service Times: Sunday Morning @ 10AM Sunday Evening @ 6:30PM Wednesday Evening @ 7:15PM We are located at: Bethlehem Church 49 Overton School Rd. Potts Camp, MS 38659 Contact us at: (662) 333-7046 administration@bethchurch.org http://www.bethchurch.org To Give, press the link below: https://secure.subsplash.com/ui/access/NBZSPC/ To watch or listen to archived messages, Subscribe to our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuor7UH0oJwvBQcca7mtzJA), Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/bethchurch), Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bethlehem-church/id1479702532), or download the "Bethlehem Church Potts Camp" APP on all platforms. To keep up with us on Social Media, Like our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/bethchurchALJC/) and follow our Instagram (@bethlehem_church_).

Bethlehem Church
"Will You Be Made Whole" - Evangelist Thurman Covey [August 14, 2022 AM]

Bethlehem Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 36:53


We would love to invite you to join our growing family! Service Times: Sunday Morning @ 10AM Sunday Evening @ 6:30PM Wednesday Evening @ 7:15PM We are located at: Bethlehem Church 49 Overton School Rd. Potts Camp, MS 38659 Contact us at: (662) 333-7046 administration@bethchurch.org http://www.bethchurch.org To Give, press the link below: https://secure.subsplash.com/ui/access/NBZSPC/

Bethlehem Church
"Voices and Echoes of the Prophets" - Evangelist Thurman Covey [August 17, 2022]

Bethlehem Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 65:57


We would love to invite you to join our growing family! Service Times: Sunday Morning @ 10AM Sunday Evening @ 6:30PM Wednesday Evening @ 7:15PM We are located at: Bethlehem Church 49 Overton School Rd. Potts Camp, MS 38659 Contact us at: (662) 333-7046 administration@bethchurch.org http://www.bethchurch.org To Give, press the link below: https://secure.subsplash.com/ui/access/NBZSPC/ To watch or listen to archived messages, Subscribe to our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuor7UH0oJwvBQcca7mtzJA), Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/bethchurch), Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bethlehem-church/id1479702532), or download the "Bethlehem Church Potts Camp" APP on all platforms. To keep up with us on Social Media, Like our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/bethchurchALJC/) and follow our Instagram (@bethlehem_church_).

Remember Twilight?
Twilight is a Family--Interview With MB Thurman: Author of The Summoned Series

Remember Twilight?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 39:02


It was truly an honor for us to be able to sit down with MB this week and talk to her about her crazy busy life! Join Emily, Maren, and MB as we learn about how she and Trent ended up in Forks, becoming cosplayers, creating an entire new series of books and characters, and generally just living the absolute dream life. Thank you so much for joining us MB, and thank you to all of our listeners for listening!  Follow MB on all the socials, and give her all your support! @millertreeinn @justrosehale @justchiefswan @vagabumtradingcompany @mbt_writes @thesummonedseries @cedarcreekinnbnb  Shop our Merch Store! Etsy.com/shop/RememberTwilight Follow the podcast on Facebook Facebook.com/RememberTwilightPodcast and Instagram Instagram.com/RememberTwilightPodcast Email Maren and Emily at RememberTwilightPodcast@gmail.com Leave a Voice Message! Anchor.fm/RememberTwilight/Message You can also join the Remember Twilight? Patreon for even more Twilight Talk and exclusive content! https://www.patreon.com/RememberTwilight Theme song covered by Cherish Varlack and written by Will Saxton. Thank you so much for listening, see you next Sunday! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Rent To Retirement: Building Financial Independence Through Turnkey Real Estate Investing
Ep 102 - How to Jump-Start Your Passive Income Stream to $10K per month | with Tardus Client Thurman McKenzie

Rent To Retirement: Building Financial Independence Through Turnkey Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 60:52


Imagine working for the same employer for 23 years, building up your pension, and then surpassing that monthly stipend using another route within 30 months. It's not a pipe dream, it's Thurman McKenzie's reality after joining Tardus back in early 2020. Thurman joins Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster to walk them through the nitty gritty of how the whole process works. From the coaching, to the investing, to the flipping, and everything in between. Listen to Thurman's story and find out how something like this can really kick your real estate investing into another gear. Learn more about this amazing way to create passive income HERE -------------------------------------------------------- Website - www.RentToRetirement.com YouTube - www.YouTube.com/RentToRetirement Current Hotlist Properties - www.RentToRetirement.com/Hotlist

Rent To Retirement: Building Financial Independence Through Turnkey Real Estate Investing
Ep 102 - How to Jump-Start Your Passive Income Stream to $10K per month | with Tardus Client Thurman McKenzie

Rent To Retirement: Building Financial Independence Through Turnkey Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 60:52


Imagine working for the same employer for 23 years, building up your pension, and then surpassing that monthly stipend using another route within 30 months. It's not a pipe dream, it's Thurman McKenzie's reality after joining Tardus back in early 2020. Thurman joins Adam Schroeder and Zach Lemaster to walk them through the nitty gritty of how the whole process works. From the coaching, to the investing, to the flipping, and everything in between. Listen to Thurman's story and find out how something like this can really kick your real estate investing into another gear. Learn more about this amazing way to create passive income HERE -------------------------------------------------------- Website - www.RentToRetirement.com YouTube - www.YouTube.com/RentToRetirement Current Hotlist Properties - www.RentToRetirement.com/Hotlist

Bob Thurman Podcast
A Tibet House US | Menla Conversation with Machiel Klerk – Ep. 303

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 43:13


In this episode Robert A.F. Thurman is joined by Machiel Klerk, social entrepreneur, licensed mental health therapist, international speaker, dream worker, author, and founder of the Jung Platform, an organization focused on providing quality programs for personal development from a soul-centered perspective. Using Machiel Klerk's book Dream Guidance: Connecting to the Soul Through Dream Incubation, published by Hay House as a jumping off point, Machiel and Thurman in this episode engage in a discussion of lucid dreaming, dream yoga and how one from any faith, religion or background can explore one's creativity and transform one's relationship to their subconscious and to the world around them through mindfulness and compassion. Machiel's recent book emerges as a must-read to pursue these amazing experiences and skills for one's own spiritual growth. Podcast includes an exploration of the Buddhist concept of the soul, emptiness and the nihilistic materialism driving the climate crisis.

Everyday Business Problems
Leveraging Project Management Resources with Angela Thurman

Everyday Business Problems

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 29:42


Angela Thurman shares her perspective on how project management fits into the operational infrastructure of a business. Angela is a certified Project Management Professional and owner of Thurman Co, a management consulting business that helps companies manage complex projects. We dive into where project management belongs, how companies can leverage a project management resource, the value of a certified PMP, and so much more! Show Links: Company Website: https://thurmanco.com LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/company/79782654/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074876823768 Episode Chapters: 01:02 - When it comes to project management, where does it belong? 03:20 - Drawing a hard line of where to use a Project Management resource 10:15 - How can companies leverage a Project Management resource 15:45 - Utilizing the right resource at the right time 21:07 - The value of a Project Management Professional (PMP) 26:25 - Final Thoughts

TestTalks | Automation Awesomeness | Helping YOU Succeed with Test Automation
Managing Test Environments like a Navy Seal with Josh Thurman

TestTalks | Automation Awesomeness | Helping YOU Succeed with Test Automation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 27:28


Are shared environments holding your testing team back? In this episode, Josh Thurman, co-founder of Uffizzi and former Navy Seal, will share an open-source solution to solve your test and dev environment issues. Discover how on-demand environments are a game changer for testing efficiency, how to get started, tips and techniques, and more. Also, be sure to register for our upcoming webinar with Josh to see all this in action: https://testguild.com/webinar-uffizzi-ondemand-environments-playwright/    

Dixieland of the Proletariat
EP 77: Young Patriots Organization w/ Hy Thurman

Dixieland of the Proletariat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 105:03


We sit down with Hy Thurman, co-founder of the Young Patriots Organization, to talk about organizing and the history of the Rainbow Coalition Podcast: https://linktr.ee/dotprole Buy Hy's book https://a.co/d/ifqrocR  

Kathy and Suzy's kids podcast
News Producer Nate Thurman #149

Kathy and Suzy's kids podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 67:57


Life Unraveled Podcast
After the Show #18 -The Civil War, A Film by Ken Burns with Brian, Thurman, and Julie

Life Unraveled Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 126:20


In this episode Thurman, Julie, and Brian review The Civil War, A Film by Ken Burns. The nine-part documentary was streamed to 40 million viewers when it first premiered. We will be analyzing some of the controversies surrounding the film and the prevalence of Lost Cause mythology woven into the narrative.

Totally Blitzed Podcast
Vergil Ortiz 9TH Round KO over McKinson | Ortiz next fight Boots/Thurman/Ugas? | Blair Cobbs UD Win

Totally Blitzed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 15:21


The boys are back to talk the Boxing event this weekend. We saw Blair Cobbs get the upset win over Maurice Hooker. Esparza retains her belts but is she really a threat in the flyweight division. Vergil Ortiz looks good in return of almost a year. Didn't look like he missed a step to earn his KO but is he ready to be put into the top 3 talks of 147? Who will be his next opponent?? We break it all down & always Spark up, Pour up & enjoy.

Action and Ambition
Joe Thurman and Ubaldo Help People Find Meaningful Work and Companies Transform How They Hire

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 31:31


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today are Joe Thurman and Ubaldo, the Co-Founders of interviewIA, a company committed to helping businesses and interviewers better to make better hiring decisions. Joe is an entrepreneur, community leader, DEI, and talent expert who has spent most of his life in the great state of Colorado. Ubaldo has a passion for helping people feel safe and valued at work. He also had a clear perspective of the good, bad, and ugly of how companies are being built. They explain how they met and their company's role in the community. Tune in to learn more!

Bob Thurman Podcast
My Early Years: Dreams, Psychedelics & The Teachings of Tsongkhapa – Ep. 301

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 41:50


In this episode Robert Thurman discusses his early years studying Buddhism with the Kalmyk-Mongolian lama Geshe Ngawang Wangyal at the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center Labsum Shedrub Ling in central New Jersey, meeting his wife Nena von Schlebrügge at Millbrook, and his encounters with psychedelic psychonauts Timothy Leary and Ram Dass in the 1960s. Using his classic book The Life and Teachings of Tsongkhapa (now available in a new edition by Wisdom Publications), Thurman discusses emptiness, non-duality, the myth of the Kali Yuga and coming of Shambhala, reincarnation and the Buddhist perspective on the soul. This episode is excerpted from Thurman's “Meditation and Psychedelics Series” interview with Dr. Philip Wolfson, MD. To learn more about the work of Dr. Wolfson and to watch the full talk, please visit: www.philwolfsonmd.com & www.youtube.com.

Off Book: The Improvised Musical
264. More Sports (With Niccole Thurman)

Off Book: The Improvised Musical

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 52:19


It's the matchup (show) up you've all been waiting for! This week Zach and Jess are joined by the incredible and hilarious Niccole Thurman as they dive deep into the most accurate depiction of basketball podcasting has ever seen. Buckle up and watch out for elbows!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Kajabi Edge
54. Turning Your Passion Into Profit (with Sara Thurman of Acts 1:8 Blessings)

Kajabi Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:06


Today's guest is Sara Thurman, artist, author, and Founder of Acts 1:8 Blessings. She and Jared walk through her journey from passion to profit, as well as finding your audience. Learn more about Sara Thurman below: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Check Out Sara's Book ∗∗∗∗∗∗ Interested in signing up for Kajabi? SIGN UP NOW If you enjoyed the podcast please leave a review and rating to help inspire more online entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. Your review will help create more Kajabi Heroes. Share this episode on social media & tag us to get a shoutout on the show: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Interested in being a guest on the podcast to share your Kajabi journey with the world? SIGN UP FOR OUR GUEST LIST!

Tha Boxing Voice
☎️Thurman Intrigued By Title Shot at 154

Tha Boxing Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 224:38


☎️Thurman Intrigued By Title Shot at 154

Sacramental Whine
Howard Thurman and Martin Luther King, Jr

Sacramental Whine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:23


Welcome to episode 112! In this episode I explore the mysticism of Howard Thurman and the pragmatism of Martin Luther King, Jr. In seminary I (David Oliver Kling) specialized in Black Church and African Diaspora Studies and the theology of Thurman and King were the focus of my research. I believe the Independent Sacramental Movement can learn a lot from Thurman and King. Links: Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Volume One. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Volume Two. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Volume Three. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and is produced, in part, by the Ancient Apostolic Church of Alexandria.  

Sycamore Grove Mennonite Church
What Does the Book of Jude Say.... - Forrest Thurman - Audio

Sycamore Grove Mennonite Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 21:39


Sycamore Grove Mennonite Church

F3 Nation
ROUNDTABLE Episode #301: GROW CAMP 2022

F3 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 33:09


Here's the basic info for GrowCamp Dates: 22-25 SEP 2022 Location: 2054 Orpheus Rd, Thurman, OH...War-X Battleground https://event.racereach.com/GrowCamp Leader Course 48 $350 GTE-35 $175 GTE "Respect" Ruck (24 hour) $150 GTE "Impact" Ruck (5 hour) $40 F3 Fitness Competition $40 3 Day Venue Pass (includes 8 meals) $250 2 Day Venue Pass (includes 7 meals) ($200) 1 Day Venue Pass (includes 4 meals) $150 Inquiries can find me on Slack at Linus (Cadre Daniel), or directly 706-631-7430 or this email cadredaniel@f3nation.com

Bob Thurman Podcast
Mindfulness & The Mahasatipatthana Sutta – Ep. 299

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 54:32


In this episode Robert A.F. Thurman uses the Mahāsatipatthāna Sutta, the Buddha's direct instructions on practicing meditation and developing mindfulness as a gateway to give a teaching on the intersection of Buddhism & Psychotherapy and the Buddhist perspective on Non-Duality. Joined by Dr. Mark Epstein, Thurman in this episode discusses the Mahāsatipatthāna Sutta's connection to the Heart Sutra, the four focuses of mindfulness, the legacy of Wilhelm Reich, the practice of circumambulation of stupas and sacred sites and the concept of "good enough mother" as presented by D.W. Winnicott. The four focuses of mindfulness in the sutta are the body, the sensations, the mind, and the mental objects, among which the last is the longest and most elaborated. In addition to meditating as directed, many of the elements used by the Buddha to aim and structure the meditations, such as the five aggregates, the eighteen elements, and the twelve sense-mediums, need to be explained and incorporated in mind, in order to be able to meditatively follow the guidance effectively. Podcast includes an in depth exploration of Nirvana and the terminology used by Buddhist translators and concludes with a guided mindfulness meditation by Robert A.F. Thurman. "Mindfulness & The Mahasatipatthana Sutta - Ep. 299" Podcast Photo of Mueang Chiang Mai, Thailand by Robert A.F. Thurman from 2019 GeoEx Trip, All Rights Reserved. Recorded and streamed online live from Tibet House US in New York City on March 22, 2019, this podcast is an excerpt from the "Force For Good" class series available as part of the Tibet House US | Menla Member Archives. To listen to the first half of this talk with Dr. Mark Epstein, please visit: www.thusmenla.org.

Locked On Buckeyes
EMERGENCY POD! Four Star TE Jelani Thurman Commits to Ohio State!

Locked On Buckeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 14:15


The commitments continue to roll in as 4 star tight end Jelani Thurman is the latest player to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Thurman is an extremely talented young man with a lot of tools in his bag. In this emergency episode of Locked on Buckeyes Jay breaks down some details about Thurman's commitment. Jay then discusses some possible changes we may see in the Ohio State passing attack. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
PLEDGE WEEK: “You’re Gonna Miss Me” by The Thirteenth Floor Elevators

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022


This episode is part of Pledge Week 2022. Every day this week, I'll be posting old Patreon bonus episodes of the podcast which will have this short intro. These are short, ten- to twenty-minute bonus podcasts which get posted to Patreon for my paying backers every time I post a new main episode -- there are well over a hundred of these in the archive now. If you like the sound of these episodes, then go to patreon.com/andrewhickey and subscribe for as little as a dollar a month or ten dollars a year to get access to all those bonus episodes, plus new ones as they appear. Click below for the transcript Transcript Just a note before I begin, this episode deals with mental illness and with the methods, close to torture, used to treat it in the middle of the last century, so anyone for whom that's a delicate subject may want to skip this one. There's a term that often gets used about some musicians, "outsider music", and it's a term that I'm somewhat uncomfortable with. It's a term that gets applied to anyone eccentric, whether someone like Jandek who releases his own albums through mail order and just does his own thing, or someone like Hasil Adkins who made wild rockabilly music, or an entertainer like Tiny Tim who had a bizarre but consistent view of showbusiness, or a band like the Shaggs who were just plain incompetent, or people like Wesley Willis or Wild Man Fischer who had serious mental health problems. The problem with the term is that it erases these differences, and that it assumes that the most interesting thing about the music is the person behind it. It also erases talent, especially in the case of mentally ill artists. There are several mutually incompatible assumptions about creative artists who have mental health problems. One is that their music should be treated like a freak show, and either appreciated for that reason (if you're someone who gets their entertainment from someone else's suffering) or disdained (if you don't want to do that). Other people think that the mental illness *makes* the music, that great art comes from mental health problems, while yet others will argue that someone's art has nothing at all to do with their mental health, and is not influenced by it in any way. All of these positions are, of course, wrong. Mental illness doesn't stop someone from making great art -- except when it takes away the ability to make art at all of course -- people like Brian Wilson or Vincent Van Gogh are testament to that, and their best work has nothing to do with a freak show. But nor does it grant the ability to make great art. Someone with no musical talent who develops schizophrenia just becomes a schizophrenic person with no musical talent. But to say that mental illness doesn't affect the work is also nonsense. Everything about someone's life affects their art, especially something as important as their mental health. And the real problem with these labels comes with those artists who don't manage to develop a substantial body of work before their illness sets in. Those with real musical talent, but who end up getting put in the outsider artist bucket because their work is so obviously affected by their illness. And one of those is Roky Erickson, of the Thirteenth Floor Elevators. Erickson started his career aged fifteen with a group based in Austin, Texas, called the Spades -- and I hope that this wasn't intended as a racial slur, as the word was sometimes used at this time. Their first single, "We Sell Soul", released in 1965, shows the clear influence of "Gloria" by Them: [Excerpt: The Spades, "We Sell Soul"] That was a regional hit, and so their second single, the first song that Erickson had ever written, was recorded in the same style: [Excerpt: The Spades, "You're Gonna Miss Me"] But by December 1965, Erickson had left the Spades, and joined Stacy Sutherland, Benny Thurman, and John Ike Walton, the members of another band called the Lingsmen. They were joined by a fifth man, Tommy Hall, who became the band's lyricist, liner-note writer, and general spokesman, and who played an electric jug, creating an effect somewhere between bubbling and a wobble board. Hall started calling the group's music "psychedelic rock" in late 1965 after being influenced by Timothy Leary, and I've seen some people say he was the first person ever to use the term. The group released a rerecorded version of "You're Gonna Miss Me" on a small local label: [Excerpt: The Thirteenth Floor Elevators, "You're Gonna Miss Me"] That was released in January 1966, and later picked up by a larger label, International Artists, which was the home of a lot of Texan psychedelic bands, like the Golden Dawn and the Red Crayola. It spent most of the year slowly climbing the charts, eventually reaching number fifty-five -- the highest chart position the group would ever have. It was included on their debut album, The Psychedelic Sounds of the Thirteenth Floor Elevators, released towards the end of the year, by which time Thurman had been replaced by Ronnie Leatherman on bass. The album's liner notes were written by Hall and had a large amount of advocacy for the use of psychedelic drugs -- as did the music itself, though some of this was a little more subtle, like the song "Fire Engine", where the line "let me take you to the empty place" was meant to sound like "DMT place", DMT being a psychedelic drug: [Excerpt: The Thirteenth Floor Elevators, "Fire Engine"] Around this time, the band crossed paths with Janis Joplin, who was a big fan of the group and who they tried to get to join them, but Joplin decided to move to California instead. Tommy Hall was a huge advocate for both the potential of LSD to open people's minds, and of the general semantics of Alfred Korzybski, and his enthusiasm for both showed up on the group's second album. Unfortunately, not all of the group were of quite the same mind, and Leatherman and Walton left early in the sessions for that album, Easter Everywhere, which was considered not quite up to the standards of the previous album, though Erickson and Hall's eight-minute long "Slip Inside This House" is a favourite of most of the fans. [Excerpt: The Thirteenth Floor Elevators, "Slip Inside This House"] Unfortunately, the band started to disintegrate. The core of Erickson, Hall, and Sutherland remained together, but various bass players and drummers came and went -- though one of the band's rhythm sections, Duke Davis and Danny Thomas, was good enough that the band's label got them to back Lightnin' Hopkins on his album Free Form Patterns. According to reports I've read, Davis and Thomas were both on acid during the session, but they still play solidly throughout: [Excerpt: Lightnin' Hopkins, "Give Me Time to Think"] Another potential bass player at this point was a roommate of Erickson's, who Erickson tried to get into the band but who Hall turned down. Townes Van Zandt later went on to rather bigger things. Erickson also started to have some mental problems -- apparently taking LSD literally every day for years is not great for you. And when he was arrested for marijuana possession, he decided to use his mental health as a way to get out of a potential ten-year jail sentence, by getting three years in a psychiatric hospital instead. He later claimed that he was lying about his problems and acting mad to get this sentence, but he had been having problems before then. Hall and Sutherland and their current rhythm section finished up a few demos, and the record label put out one final album made up of outtakes, plus a faked live album with crowd noise overdubbed on some earlier studio recordings, but with their lead singer in hospital for three years the band split up. Hall became a Scientologist and quit the music industry altogether. If Erickson *was* faking his illness when he went into the hospital, he wasn't faking it by the time he came out. Psychiatric medicine was still in its infancy then. It's far from wonderful today, but at least in general you can be relatively sure that the treatment won't make you worse. That wasn't the case in the late sixties and early seventies, and Erickson was forced through multiple sessions of electro-shock therapy. (To be clear, electro-shock therapy can sometimes be effective for some conditions when done properly and with the patient's consent. This wasn't either.) When Erickson finally got out, he tried to put his life back together, and formed a new band called Bleib Alien, later renamed Roky Erickson and the Aliens, who made hard rock records with lyrics about science fiction and horror themes like zombies, fire demons, medical experimentation, and two-headed dogs: [Excerpt: Roky Erickson and the Aliens, "Two-Headed Dog"] Erickson became a cult artist, cited as an influence by everyone from Henry Rollins to ZZ Top, and intermittently released recordings for the next few decades, but he spent much of the time dealing with severe, untreated, schizophrenia. There are many stories about this time that get shared, and are easy to find online, but which I'm not going to repeat here because they tend to be shared in a freak-show manner. But by 2001 he was placed in the legal custody of his brother . This kind of situation is often abused, but in Erickson's case it seems to have done him good. His brother got him legal and medical help, and helped him start finally receiving royalties on some of his records. There was a one-off fiftieth anniversary reunion of most of the living original members of the Thirteenth Floor Elevators, and in 2010 Erickson released his finest album, a collaboration with the band Okkervil River, True Love Cast Out All Evil: [Excerpt: Roky Erickson and Okkervil River, "Ain't Blues Too Bad"] By all accounts the last years of Erickson's life were happier and more comfortable than any he'd had. He got to tour the world, playing for appreciative crowds, he got his schizophrenia under control, and he was able to live a relatively independent life, and to know that new generations of musicians admired his work. He died in 2019, aged seventy-one.

The HBCU Band Experience with Christy Walker
Staying Grounded in your ”Why”

The HBCU Band Experience with Christy Walker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 43:07


This week, Christy chats with an old friend, Thurman D. Hollins, who has led 3 HBCU band programs - Johnson C. Smith, St. Augustine's, and most recently, North Carolina Central. Find out about how this "Mad Band Director" rose through the ranks from humble beginnings, and what he's doing next. Also, Thurman tells Christy some news about his career that shocks her!  "Diary of a Mad Band Director" and "The HBCU Experience - HBCU Band Alumni 2nd Edition" can both be found on Amazon. 

West Side's Podcast
THE REST OF THE SERMON | THIS IS MY STORY | JOHNATHON THURMAN

West Side's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:19


This week we wrapped up our mini series "This is My Story". We heard another amazing testimony; this time from our soon-to-be youth resident, Johnathon Thurman! Join us as we dive deeper into how our testimony is a weapon and how it is evidence for others.

Locked On Spartans
Could MSU football land Jelani Thurman? Plus, tailgating news and we open our mailbag

Locked On Spartans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 37:36 Very Popular


Could Michigan State football be on commit watch again this upcoming weekend for 4-star tight end Jelani Thurman? We talk about what his commitment would mean and who else MSU would beat out for his services should he commit to the Green and White.  Then, MSU football also announcing new Spartan Stadium tailgating rules and bag policies, which have us ALL FIRED UP for the upcoming season. And then the trusty mailbag gets opened again to talk about Michigan State basketball's opener vs. MSU football's week 10 game, which opposing fan bases are the best (and worst) to have on campus and a visit from Matt's lovely wife!  Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bob Thurman Podcast
Song of Immortality: Celebrating the Dalai Lama – Ep. 298

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 49:55 Very Popular


Opening with a detailed definition and explanation of the Tibetan terminology used for the Dalai Lama, Robert Thurman in this episode gives a close line reading of "Song of Immortality: Prayer for the Long Life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama" using the text to give a teaching on the history of the reincarnation tradition and on it's importance to our modern global society. Recorded to celebrate the 87th Birthday of Tenzin Gyatso the Fourteen Dalai Lama, Thurman begins with a linguistic exploration of the title of Dalai Lama to give an introduction to the rich history and culture of Tibet, of Buddhism and of the Gods and divine pantheon used in the art and spiritual teachings of wisdom and compassion of Buddhist philosophy. Song of Immortality Prayer for the Long Life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama OM SVASTI O our gurus, and your line of lamas, for whom we have the deepest gratitude, You who are the repository of the three: secret powers of body, speech, and mind of innumerable buddhas, Who manifest in a miraculous way to each devotee according to his capacity, To you, who are the wish-fulfilling gems, the source of all virtues and good qualities, We offer our prayers with intense devotion That our protector of the great land of snows, Tenzin Gyatso, upholder of the Dharma, the great ocean, May he live for a hundred eons. Pour on him your blessings That his aspirations may be fulfilled. The dharmadhatu, the inexpressible reality, which pervades all things like the heavens, Immaculate, full of great bliss and transcendental wisdom, Manifests like a cloud the numberless abodes of the higher divinities, The mandalas of the heavenly beings. To all the higher forms of the divine ones, the yidams. We offer our prayers with intense devotion That Tenzin Gyatso, protector of the great land of snows, May live for a hundred eons. Pour on him your blessings That his aspirations may be fulfilled. O you numberless buddhas of the past, present, and future, Who are the masters of the ten powers and teachers of the gods, Whose attributes of perfection, free from defilements and born of realization, Are the source of the buddha-activity Which appears for all time in the ocean of the suffering of the world For the sake of all sentient beings. To you we offer our prayers with intense devotion That Tenzin Gyatso, protector of the great land of snows, May live for a hundred eons. Pour on him your blessings That his aspirations may be fulfilled. O sacred Dharmas of the three yanas That liberate us from the sufferings of the three worlds, Supremely calm, the jewel treasure of the fully enlightened ones, Without impurities, unchanging, eternally good, the peak of virtues, To you we offer our prayers with intense devotion That Tenzin Gyatso, protector of the great land of snows, May live for a hundred eons. Pour on him your blessings That his aspirations may be fulfilled. O all you arya Sangha, awakened and unsullied, Of highest valor in conquering the suffering of the wheel of life, With the transcendental wisdom that directly intuits the deeper truth Never departing from the indestructible vajra abode of nirvana, To you we offer our prayers with intense devotion That Tenzin Gyatso, protector of the great land of snows, May live for a hundred eons. Pour on him your blessings That his aspirations may be fulfilled.

Mt. Gilead Church Sermons
Tell Me A Story- Discussion with Dave Thurman (feat. BJ Bungard)

Mt. Gilead Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 36:27


BJ Bungard, Executive Minister, continues the series "Tell Me A Story" with a discussion with Dave Thurman Connect with Mt. Gilead OnlineWebsite: http://bit.ly/mgchurchwebFacebook: http://bit.ly/mgchurchfbTwitter: http://bit.ly/mgchurchtwitterInstagram: http://bit.ly/mgchurchinstagram

Bob Thurman Podcast
Understanding the Buddha’s Dharma: Creating Action from Anger – Ep. 297

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:18


In this episode Robert A.F. Thurman discusses the ongoing effects of the Trump presidency on American civil rights, constitutional protections, health care, women's reproductive access, and sensible gun laws, as well as the Buddha's revolutionary redefinition of Dharma. Opening with a discussion of the writings and work of Patrick Olivelle, Thurman gives a traditional Buddhist Dharma teaching on the interconnected blissful nature of reality, exploring the nurturing and transformative qualities of seeing the world as it actually is and the potential of all beings to end suffering through wisdom and compassion as the historical Buddha did. This podcast includes recommendations of Kim Stanley Robinson's hard science fiction book, “The Ministry of the Future”, and Heather Cox Richardson's Substack.com newsletter as starting points for understanding the current climate crisis and the history behind the political roadblocks to sustainable change in America and by modern democracies. This episode concludes with a four-point plan by Thurman for dealing with America's current social and political chaos, the rise of fascism, and to transform the corrupting influences of oligarchies and petro-paths.

The Fiber Artist Podcast with Cindy Bokser
Ashley Thurman - Spinning, Weaving, and the Ups and Downs of Community Building

The Fiber Artist Podcast with Cindy Bokser

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 61:29 Very Popular


Episode 43 - Ashley Thurman is a co-creator of the popular yarn sharing program, "Fibreshare" and the founder of Loom Denim.  She shares her origin story, and takes us through Fibreshare's evolution:  past, present and future; and talks about the joy and process of yarn spinning. You can find Ashley online at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LoomDenim Instagram: @loom_denim Video of this episode can be found here: https://youtu.be/6_TRKuqj05k Cindy/Niroma Studio on Instagram: @niromastudio And shop for macrame and weaving fibers online at: http://www.niromastudio.com

Bob Thurman Podcast
Taking Refuge Under the Wish Granting Jewel Tree of Tibet – Ep. 296

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 40:17 Very Popular


Using the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment teachings and the text “Guru Puja,” or “The Devotion to the Mentor” by the Fourth Panchen Lama, Robert A.F. Thurman leads listeners through the practice of “taking refuge”, giving an in-depth teaching on the three jewels of Buddhism and how the lessons of the historical Buddha can transform and improve the life of any sensitive being, no matter their background, faith or religious association. Opening with a line-by-line reading of the “Refuge Prayer” recited at the start of Buddhist teachings and practices, Thurman explains the nature of faith and how to develop one's compassion and inner wisdom through the study of Buddha Dharma and the Buddha's life story. This episode includes a short history of Buddhism in India & Tibet and an extended Jewel Tree Refuge guided meditation. “Tibetans call their cherished tradition of Buddhism a wish-fulfilling jewel tree for its power to generate bliss and enlightenment within all who absorb its teachings. This path to enlightenment, it is taught, requires more than a sitting meditation practice alone. With “The Jewel Tree of Tibet”, honored scholar and teacher Robert Thurman brings these insights to you as they were meant to be transmitted through the spoken word.” – Text from “The Jewel Tree of Tibet” This episode is an excerpt from “The Jewel Tree of Tibet: The Enlightenment Engine of Tibetan Buddhism” 12-Part audio retreat by Robert Thurman, available from www.soundstrue.com. Taking Refuge Under the Jewel Tree of Tibet - Ep. 296 of the Bob Thurman Podcast Refuge Field Image via www.himalayanart.org.

Bob Thurman Podcast
Celebrating The Buddha’s Enlightenment & Kindness on Saka Dawa – Ep. 295

Bob Thurman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:30


In this message celebrating the full moon day of celebration of the birth, enlightenment and passing of the historical Buddha, Professor Thurman gives an extended teaching on how Saka Dawa is celebrated by Tibetans across the world. Saka Dawa, named for the star, Vishakha, prominent during the fourth month in the Tibetan lunar calendar, is almost the same as the Theravadin observance of Vesak. It is considered the most sacred month for remembering the great achievement of Shakyamuni Buddha in the 6th BCE century (earlier in the Tibetan calendar). H. H. the Dalai Lama and all Tibetan Buddhist monks and laity celebrate this holiday. In this podcast Thurman gives an overview of the Buddhist holiday, a detailed accounting of the Buddha's Enlightenment as revealed by Indian Buddhist Sanskrit literature and Tibet's yogic tradition, and an explanation of the global impact of his wise compassionate teachings across history in modern culture.