This Podcast is a free show about the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin. Jason and Karen are members of the Soka Gakkai. Every two weeks they take a Buddhist study point and do their best to make it easy to understand and of use to anyone who listens. Practical Buddhism for living in the 21st Century, not beside a remote lake or mountainside but in the midst of daily life, with a job to do, a..
Hello Everyone, thank you for your patience again. It's been a challenge to bring this together but so much joy as well. On this show The Talking Revolution, written by Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne, explores the subject of creativity.
Hi Everyone! Thank you so much for your patience! Tonights show is based around the next section of the book, The Talking Revolution written by Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne. Published on Amazon and getting read by more people everyday! The subject is Openness!
Tonight we play a track called, Love Never Wasted, written and performed by the extraordinarily talented Howard Jones. This track is from the album Ordinary Heroes. Howard is often touring and appears in the most surprising places, so keep an eye out! His new album, Transform is available for preorder from ITunes and elsewhere and will be available from May this year.Â
Eddy, Peter and I have a conversation about the Openness chapter from a Buddhist perspective, something for everyone! Thank you for downloading the show, have a great week and treasure everyone in your life!
A Buddhist Podcast - The Talking Revolution - Responsibility
Hello Everyone! Our show tonight continues with The Talking Revolution and the subject is Responsibility. A great way to share Buddhist concepts with friends and family as there is no jargon or language to get in the way! Published on Amazon, this book is making more headway in organisations and companies than you would believe.
Suitably inspired, the authors Eddy Canfor-Dumas and Peter Osborne, talk with me about responsibility from a Buddhist perspective. A lot for everyone to relate to. Thank you so much for taking time to listen. Have the best week of your life.
Happy New Year everyone! On this show we have Peter Osborn and Eddy Canfor-Dumas , back with the second installment of The Talking Revolution. This is a great show to share with those who don’t practice as its completely free of jargon and really helpful! Its called, We are relationships. The book, The Talking Revolution has just been published on Amazon and Eddy and Peter are busy responding to queries about it from across the world.
In tribute to all the great men out there in the world, who may or may not use Gillette products, I play a great record called Big Hearted Man by my long time friend, Jimmy Golding!
Following the theme we have some more conversation on the We are relationships chapter of the book. In an age when sometimes there is so little to rejoice about, its great to hear such positive conversation. I’m excited as I’ve heard the next chapters and I can’t wait to share them all with you this year.
Thank you for all your feedback! Keep an eye out, this website should be upgraded very soon! Sending you my best for a wonderful week.
Peace and goodwill to everyone! Tonight we have the introduction to a new book called the Talking Revolution written by two members of the SGI from the UK, Peter Osborn and Eddy Canfor-Dumas. Its an exciting book that has just been published on Amazon. It is a practical approach to communication. I think one of the biggest challenges in explaining Buddhism to the modern world is the need to explain how to apply it in the way we interact with ourselves and others. This book, although brief, will start a talking revolution. We are going to serialize the book in audio on this podcast over the next few weeks.
As an indulgence to how I felt when I was putting the show together, Jody Gnant was kind enough to give us permission to play Great Day again on the show.
In the second half of the show we have a recording of a Skype conversation between Jason and the two authors of The Talking Revolution. Let us know what you think about the sound quality as we are working on developing the content for a regular segment! Happy New Year!
Welcome back to another new podcast! Sadly I was not able to finish part 2 of The Drum at the Gate of Thunder, but we do have the amazing William Woollard reading Chapter 11 from his wonderful book, The Case For Buddhism. Its all about Buddhism and money! Tonight we play a jaunty little jazz number by the amazing Robin Lukas, its called Le Fin and it from her album, Chianti and Olives! We will back soon, have a great week!
As the first lecture in some time, Jason talks about Buddhist study and goes into some depth on the background to this letter. He starts to explain some of the first passages and then, realizing he has run out of time, rather abruptly ends. Seriously, he has already started writing the next part! The podcast finishes with a wonderful song by the incredibly talented Jody Gnant, from the album Pivot, Great Day is one of Jasons all time favourite tracks! Check out her Jody's website!
Thank you so much for listening, have a wonderful week!
Well, this one might come as a surprise! After reading the news last week and thinking about the news of this week and next, I thought I would try and get a lead on it with two brilliant talks from William Woollard on Negativity and Anger. William reads from his book The Case For Buddhism
I felt both of these chapters would be a compliment to one another and something to hold in mind as we go through these turbulent times. To keep our spirits up, Robin Lukas sings "Smile" from her album Beyond Paradise Edge.
Welcome to a fresh new podcast! William Woollard reads Chapter 8 from his very readable book, The Case For Buddhism. Its a slightly longer chapter about Buddhism in Daily Life. We play one of my favourite tracks called Pettigoe by Cat Malojian. More coming soon! Have a wonderful week.
Welcome to another podcast! William Woollard continues his reading of his marvellous book, The Case For Buddhism. Tonights instalment is about Buddhist Practice. We play a marvellous track by Brian Blain called Ten Worlds. Its a brief show but I wanted to give you something while I continue to prepare more material! Have a fantastic week.