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Bodhipaksa

Oct 09, 2013

Looking with loving eyes (through Google Glass)

glass buddha projectI picked up Google Glass, which is essentially a smartphone that you wear on your head, on July 6. I’d made a pitch to Google in order to get Glass, saying that I wanted to explore it as a tool for teaching meditation and mindfulness.

The timing in some ways wasn’t great, because I was working a second job at the University of New Hampshire over the summer, teaching personal development and study skills to teens from low income families. And when that seven-week stint was up I had a heck of a lot of catching up to do back at Wildmind.

But one of the things I did do with …

Wildmind Meditation News

Nov 10, 2011

11.11.11. Celebrating our 11th birthday with half-price meditation MP3 downloads

To celebrate the 11th anniversary of Wildmind, we’re offering all of our guided meditation MP3 downloads at half price.

Just head over to our online store, add your MP3 files to the cart, and you’ll see the discount kick in.

If you’ve never downloaded a file from our store before, here’s how it works. After you’ve completed the transaction, you’ll receive two emails. The first of these is a purchase receipt, while the second contains links to the files themselves.* Just click on the links and you can download the files and listen to them on your computer or MP3 player, or burn them to a CD.

And then … enjoy!

* If that second email doesn’t seem to arrive, check your …

Bodhipaksa

Aug 22, 2011

“Abiding in Ease, Here and Now”: An invitation to listen in on Bodhipaksa’s teaching

This is an invitation to download some free MP3s of my teaching.

This week I’m doing a lot of meditation teaching at Aryaloka Buddhist Center in New Hampshire, and I’ve been recording the meditation sessions and uploading them to a Dropbox account.

Most of the recordings are from 30 to 50 minutes long. I’ve been introducing the Mindfulness of Breathing, Development of Lovingkindness, and Walking Meditation practices. The overall theme is a phrase from the Pali canon, “Abiding in Ease, Here and Now,” and the meditations encourage a sense of spacious relaxation into the moment, with the emphasis on acceptance and equanimity.

If you’d like to download these, just post a comment below, …