A Buddhist Podcast – The Reluctant Buddhist – Chapter 8

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October 31st, 2009
Welcome to another show! Tonight we have William Woollard reading Chapter 8 from his fantastic book, The Reluctant Buddhist.
Whilst Jason was in Trets recently he was able to record an experience by the lovely Mary Mulligan from Brighton in the UK, who talks about how she began to practice. We have a beautiful poem from the great Bob Kemp and shoutouts that as usual criss cross the globe!
Tonight we have music from the very talented Tracy Lyons who has a new track, Don’t You Know on the Podsafe Music Network. We also play the one and only Cat Malojian, we can’t help it, we love them and they play Peddigoe.
We have some great new material lined up in the next few weeks and can’t wait to share it with you!
If you have a question, an experience or a shoutout that you would like to share with us, get in touch, we love hearing from you.
We know people are still after our t-shirts and you can find them at http://www.pressoffers.co.uk/abuddhistpodcast2 our thanks to Polly and Helen of Pressoffers for their help with this.
Thank you so much for your support and encouragement, it means so much to us. Have a fantastic week!

Welcome to another show! Tonight we have William Woollard reading Chapter 8 from his fantastic book, The Reluctant Buddhist.

Whilst Jason was in Trets recently he was able to record an experience by the lovely Mary Mulligan from Brighton in the UK, who talks about how she began to practice. We have a beautiful poem from the great Bob Kemp and shoutouts that as usual criss cross the globe!

Tonight we have music from the very talented Tracy Lyons who has a new track, Don’t You Know on the Podsafe Music Network. We also play the one and only Cat Malojian, we can’t help it, we love them and they play Peddigoe.

We have some great new material lined up in the next few weeks and can’t wait to share it with you!

If you have a question, an experience or a shoutout that you would like to share with us, get in touch, we love hearing from you.

We know people are still after our t-shirts and you can find them at http://www.pressoffers.co.uk/abuddhistpodcast2 our thanks to Polly and Helen of Pressoffers for their help with this.

Thank you so much for your support and encouragement, it means so much to us. Have a fantastic week!

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5 Comments »

  1. hi everyone ,i was given information regarding your podshow from a member from portsmouth also known as john .as you can imagine getting to meeting can some times be out of the question due to life commitments.so the show is a real vein of support, keep up the great work .please could you put out a shout to john l as he is challenging his karma, job and human relationships. it would relly lift his heart as he often listens to your show. also i have a real conection to brighton could anyone advise me on where i could attend a meeting based on achiveing determination /discussion. thank you so much for your hard work, victory,victory,victory .john h portsmouth.

    Comment by john h - G.B — November 1, 2009 @ 11:45 am

  2. Hi Jason & Karen

    I recently found your podcast whilst searching iTunes for podcasts on Buddhism. I’ve really enjoyed hearing the readings from The Reluctant Buddhist, and have added it to my Amazon wish list :-). I’d like to learn more about Nichiren Buddhism, do you know if there are any groups that meet in the Reading/Newbury area? Keep up the good work, I always look forward to your next episode.

    Marc F, Newbury

    Comment by Marc F — November 3, 2009 @ 2:13 pm

  3. ‘Allo, luvs!

    We’re still here, waving at you frantically with giant smiles!

    As always, savoring your lectures bit by bit to really absorb. Special gratitude for the experiences. Love to William for continuing his wonderful book. Favorite part is still the shout-outs; as the list grows, my own heart expands, hearing from the places far and wide that practice peace and happiness together with Nichiren’s heart. How wonderful! How wonderful!

    Comment by Donna — November 3, 2009 @ 7:10 pm

  4. Hello. I wanted to write to tell you how grateful I am to you for these podcasts having only just discovered them a month ago. I have two daughters, Dilys-Mae is 3 and Forest is just 3 months, and Im finding it hard to synchronise my life with activities. So I’ve started playing your podcasts at home all day long, just like I would have listened to Radio 4! You really keep me company and just hearing your sincere and heartfelt broadcasts reminds me of my greater self. In fact, you’ve probably prevented me putting both my daughters in the recycling bin. Yay!!!! Such a superb study tool. Thanks so much.

    Comment by Grace Shore Banks — November 3, 2009 @ 11:04 pm

  5. Thanks for your fantastic and ceasless efforts, your amazing. Sending daimoku for your health and well being. Thank you thank you.

    Comment by Krishinda — November 9, 2009 @ 11:49 pm

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