The Bodhi Mind app for iPhone and iPad is now available for download on the app store. Our app offers a library of well over 200 guided meditations, and the number will keep on growing. We intend that Bodhi Mind will be Wildmind’s main publishing platform from this point on.
You’ll find all the guided meditations from my CDs and meditation courses, plus materials that I’ve recorded for other purposes. Some live recordings from retreats and workshops have been added, with more on the way!
The app is free to download. Go get it now!
All of the meditations are available for a two week trial. After that you’ll have access to a … Read more »
After some last-minute tweaks the Bodhi Mind app has now been submitted to the app store.
This free app (for iPhone and iPad) will offer access to a large library of my guided meditation recordings. It allows you to create a favorites list and you can also download recordings for offline play.
All going well, Bodhi Mind will go live in the app store in one to two weeks. At the moment there are about 150 meditations available, but more will have been added by the time the app is available. The app is looking gorgeous and working flawlessly.
We’d like to thank all those who supported our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which made this possible. … Read more »
Our Indiegogo campaign, to fund our forthcoming meditation app, is approaching the 50% mark! Since the campaign is a month long and we’re just over a week in, this is fantastic news.
Already almost $4,000 has been contributed by 55 backers.
Our app will offer access to a huge, and ever-expanding, library of guided meditations, led by Bodhipaksa. The app itself will be free, although a subscription will be required to unlock all of the guided meditations.
This is our adaptation to the age of the app. We used to support our activities by publishing CDs, but of course that’s been in decline for a long time. Even MP3 are now losing popularity, as various … Read more »
This is fantastic, just a few days into our month-long campaign.
What this app will be offering is access to a large, and ever-expanding, library of my guided meditations, along with recordings of talks and workshops.
The app will have at least 80 guided meditations when it goes live (expected date, July of this year) and I’ll be adding to it anything else I record.
We’re offering great perks to supporters. Even if you’re an Android user, it’s worth supporting this campaign. We have several perks that don’t depend on access to the app, and also supporting the … Read more »
This week-long retreat is an opportunity to enjoy my innovative and even provocative take on the “divine abidings” or Brahma Viharas — four inspiring and transformative practices that progressively expand our sphere of concern to include all beings.
The divine abidings are a path to insight, blending compassion and wisdom.
On this retreat we … Read more »
The book based on this site, Wildmind: A Step-by-Step Guide to Meditation, is now available in our online store.
Wildmind (the book) leads you through the process of setting up a meditation practice, offering hundred of tips about meditation posture, how to deal with problems that may crop up, and how to bring the clarity and peace of meditation into your daily life.
“Of great help to people interested in meditation and an inspiring reminder for those on the path.” – Joseph Goldstein, author of Insight Meditation: The Practice of Freedom and founder of the Insight Meditation Society.
In clear, friendly language, Wildmind guides you through the mindfulness of breathing, development of lovingkindness … Read more »
Buddhist Geeks is an insanely popular podcast, featuring in-depth interviews with some of the most influential Buddhist teachers around today. Recently the Buddhist Geeks’ Vince Horn interviewed Bodhipaksa about his new book, Living as a River, which explores how penetrating the truths of impermanence and insubstantiality can free us from fear and clinging.
The interview has now been transcribed, and is available online:
Vincent: Hello, Buddhist geeks, this is Vincent Horn, and I’m joined today, over Skype, with Bodhipaksa. Bodhipaksa, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with us. I know that you’ve actually tuned in to Buddhist Geeks before, and I’ve been following you on Twitter. So, it’s really cool … Read more »
If you like this site, you’ll love Bodhipaksa’s book.
“Of great help to people interested in meditation and an inspiring reminder to those on the path.”
Joseph Goldstein, co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society and author of One Dharma: The Emerging Western Buddhism
The Kindle edition of Living as a River is now available on Amazon.com.
From the back cover: To face reality is to embrace change; to resist change is to suffer. This is the liberating insight that unfolds with Living as a River. A masterful investigation of the nature of self, this eloquent blend of current science and time-honored spiritual insight is meant to free us from the fear of impermanence in a world defined by change.
“An interesting, lively, and genuinely illuminating teaching of dharma.”
—Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart
If you don’t have a Kindle, Amazon’s electronic reading device, there are Kindle applications for iPhone, Mac, PC, Blackberry, iPad, … Read more »
Jack Kornfield says it’s “An interesting, lively, and genuinely illuminating teaching of dharma.” Author Mariana Kaplan says “At a time when it’s increasingly challenging to find clear and honest direction on the spiritual path, Living as a River offers contemporary insight into an ancient practice and wise counsel we can trust. This book is both beautifully written and useful to all serious seekers.”
Bodhipaksa’s new book, Living as a River, is about embracing change. To resist change is to suffer. This is the liberating insight that unfolds with Living as a River. “A masterful investigation of the nature of self, this eloquent blend of current science and time-honored spiritual insight is meant to … Read more »