Noah Markus hijacks this episode to current an anthology of the sensible Buddhist knowledge he has obtained throughout his Mindrolling conversations with Sharon Salzberg, Jack Kornfield, and Joseph Goldstein.
Joseph Goldstein on Grief and Nervousness
The primary two clips on this anthology come from Mindrolling Ep. 327, which was recorded shortly after Ram Dass’ loss of life. Within the first clip, Raghu and Noah talk about grief and attachment with Joseph, who talks about separating the experiences of grief and loss. Within the subsequent clip, Noah asks Joseph for some recommendation on coping with anxiousness. Joseph talks to Noah about altering his angle towards anxiousness.
“I might actually recommend starting to separate out the expertise of loss from the expertise of grief as a result of for most individuals these two are conflated. It nearly turns into the identical factor. However once we look rigorously they’re not the identical factor in any respect.” – Joseph Goldstein
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Jack Kornfield on Instinct and Unfavorable Pondering (16:10)
The subsequent two anthology clips come from Mindrolling Ep. 425. First, Raghu and Noah communicate with Jack about instinct. Jack leads Noah by an train that connects him together with his instinct round self-judgment. Subsequent, Noah asks Jack about coping with adverse considering and all the time leaping to the worst-case state of affairs. Jack offers Noah some sensible, actionable recommendation for dealing with this difficulty of catastrophizing.
“It’s not the issue that you’ve the ideas; they’re inventive in a means, they might rent you in Hollywood, you’d make some actually good horror motion pictures. It’s not the content material, it’s the truth that you imagine that shit.” – Jack Kornfield
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Sharon Salzberg on Feelings in Meditation and Lovingkindness for Tough Folks (33:10)
The ultimate three clips come from Mindrolling Ep. 437. To start, Noah asks Sharon about coping with tough feelings and feeling caught throughout meditation. Subsequent, Raghu and Noah communicate with Sharon in regards to the apply of Lovingkindness for tough individuals. Within the closing clip, Sharon leads a guided meditation on working with change.
“And that’s what sort of defines, from the Perception Meditation viewpoint, that’s what is going to characterize meditation. It’s not what’s occurring, it’s the way you’re referring to what’s occurring.” – Sharon Salzberg
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