A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenmentactive
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Scott Snibbe
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A Skeptic’s Path to Enlightenment brings the inner science of Buddhist meditation to twenty-first century people hungry for happy, meaningful lives. It is a secular approach to meditation that requires no belief beyond our current understanding of science and psychology. Skeptic’s Path meditations are based on powerful analytical meditation techniques that use imagination, emotions, and critical inquiry to probe our inner and outer realities and expand our compassion. These Tibetan Buddhist mind training techniques expand on the popular mindfulness approach to meditation to help us better understand our minds from the inside out, and build healthy mental habits that are the true causes of happiness. Each week in discussions, guided meditations and interviews, we explore the vast variety of analytic meditation topics including love, compassion, sleep, tonglen, vipassana, stress, the body, meditation posture, anger, anxiety, addiction, grief, forgiveness, patience, confidence, loneliness, work, relationships, and more.
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San Francisco, CA
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128 Available Episodes (128 Total)Average duration: 00:30:43
Jun 28 | 00:46:28
Buddhist Psychologist Lorne Ladner on Depression, Compassion, and Positive Psychology
Jun 21 | 00:22:51
Meditation on Mental Cause and Effect
Jun 14 | 00:32:25
Mental Cause and Effect
Jun 07 | 00:21:41
Meditation, Science, and Christianity with Father Laurence Freeman
May 31 | 00:41:02
Universal Love in Christianity and Buddhism with Dr. Greg Hillis
May 24 | 00:21:23
Guided meditation on impermanence
May 17 | 00:23:53
Embracing Impermanence
May 10 | 00:21:35
Guided Death and Rebirth Meditation with Laurie Anderson
May 03 | 00:39:52
Laurie Anderson's Buddhism: Art, Meditation, and Death as Adventure
Apr 26 | 01:01:38
Ten Million Percent Happier - Interview with Scott Snibbe
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