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Noah Rasheta
Secular Buddhism
A podcast for secular-minded people who are interested in learning about Buddhist philosophy.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 2,541 ratings
Exceptional clarity
Core Buddhist concepts described with exceptional clarity, and a refreshing absence of “woo”.
Potto potto via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/15/21
Exactly what I needed
I came across this podcast while researching secular Buddhism. I was raised Christian and while I respect and appreciate parts of that religion I’ve never felt like I belonged. I am an ER nurse in NYC and I had the worst year of my life with everything I’ve seen and experienced from the pandemic....Read full review »
Jacob Stein from GA via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/14/21
Fantastic podcast!!
Came across this podcast by accident and am just so happy I stumbled upon a goldmine! Only on episode 6 right now, but looking forward to catching up :)
brianasynclair via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/21
Recent Episodes
Observation in Buddhist practice is an active thing, it's not passive and it's not a form of resignation. The skilled observer, observes precisely in order to be able to act more skillfully.
Published 05/22/21
In this podcast episode, I share my thoughts about "Buddha nature" and what it means to me. I also share the story of the little rock in my backyard that had a Buddha painted on the rock. When the paint started to fade, I was able to see the buddha nature of that rock.
Published 04/21/21
Every moment that arises is simultaneously the first time and last time that moment exists. I used to value moments based on their pleasantness or unpleasantness but now I see the beauty of the uniqueness of each moment. In this episode, I will be vulnerable and share my thoughts as I process the...
Published 03/31/21
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