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Podcast: “Practice Like Your Hair is on Fire” with Ethan Nichtern

posted by Patrick Groneman

gautam_buddha_in_meditation.gifIn this week’s podcast Ethan Nicthern takes us through the many obstacles to developing a regular meditation practice, how to overcome them and what the benefits are to doing so.  

What are the things we tell ourselves to avoid meditation?  What do you actually physically need to meditate on a regular basis?  Why are we going through all this trouble?

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posted July 27, 2009 at 11:46 am


This was a very interesting podcast. I am interested in mindfulness and meditation. I am currently a Buddhist under the Nichiren Diashonin tradition through the layman org SGI. However, I am looking at various schools and Buddhist practices. Is there a meditation center in South Jersey or Philadelphia?
Thank you.



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posted July 27, 2009 at 11:55 am


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check out the Shambhala Center, which is my lineage and has wonderful teachers and community.
Here’s the link to the Philly center:
http://philadelphia.shambhala.org/



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