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Samaneri Jayasara
Wisdom of the Masters
These podcasts are designed to provide listeners with teachings from great spiritual Masters and to create a meditative mood so that the meaning can go deep and enter your heart. These podcasts are not monetized. If you enjoy and benefit from these recordings you are welcome to contribute to the daily running costs of our hermitage. Donations for this purpose can be made via PayPal using the link: or become a Patron - Find me on: or YouTube:
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4.9 stars from 226 ratings
Samaneri Jayasara is providing humanity with an invaluable service through these readings from those who came before who have trodden the pathless path. Spanning the world’s traditions, the core teachings and essential message of them all point in the same direction: inwards. This Buddhist nun’s...Read full review »
Dr. J.Y. Kelly (Proct. Ret.) via Apple Podcasts · Spain · 09/22/22
I’ve recently had the good fortune of coming into contact with this podcast and I’m blessed to have done so. Truly I thank you.
14Dharma via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/22
Simply the best!
I started listening to Wisdom of the Masters on YouTube several months ago and I fell in love with the delivery, recitations, meditations, and of course the voice of Samaneri 💚! I just discovered that it’s available on Apple Podcasts 2 days ago and I started listening here immediately! I’m very...Read full review »
Alonewiththealone via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/01/22
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