A Buddhist Podcast – Three Kinds of Treasure Part 1

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February 23rd, 2007

So we are back, life has been very busy indeed!

And tonights talk is based on the Gosho, Three Kinds of Treasure

  • Lighthouses
  • What is my purpose in life?
  • Master and Disciple
  • Our struggle
  • Winning where we are right now
  • Cliffhanger

Tonights music comes from the Podsafe Music Network. Vittoria Conn sings Mirror and Black Lab sing us out with Broken Heart. Thank you for listening, have a terrific week
Yorkshire Tea came from the wonderful Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate and while you are making a cuppa go and check out the Bum Rush the Charts campaign

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  1. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
    I have begun to chant. I only know one phrase and I have been chanting it for about a year. I have not been as dedicated to the chanting as I am inspiring to be today but my belief in Buddhism is so strongly rooted in my heart. I chant now in the subway when I visit NYC. I chant while I paint on canvas at home. I chant in times of need and in times of appreciation.
    A year ago, I was living in Florida, working a miserable job that was causing me physical pain. Our home was moldy and dusty. My artwork was caught in the middle of all the chaos around me, while I pursued an almost hopeless balancing act. The idea of a solo exhibition seemed like a blurry dream in the distance. It’s amazing how my life has changed. A door has been opened. My family offered us an apartment in Newark for half the rent we were paying. My husband landed an amazing graphic design job two buildings down from the ny stock exchange. He agreed that instead of me going out and finding random work, I can put my energies solely toward the artistic vision I wish to share with others. The ability of paying off his school loans, our debt and pursuing my dreams is coming into light. All these changes have happened within this year when I began to chant.
    Now I can also listen to your podcast daily as I sit in front of my work and begin a blessed day. I am so grateful for the work that you both have been doing. It is an inspiration to all and a reminder that we are all Buddhas, big, beautiful, BRIGHT creations of the universe.
    Sending positive vibrations,
    ewelina ferruso.
    I thank also my friend Grace for burning countless CDs for me in order to introduce me to these amazing works.

    Comment by ewelina ferruso — April 10, 2007 @ 1:46 pm

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