Posts Tagged ‘buddhism and the science of happiness’

April 23rd, 2011

Welcome to another evening of A Buddhist Podcast!. Tonight we are very fortunate to be able to have William Woollard reading Chapter 4 from his new book, Buddhism and the Science of Happiness. Congratulations to William on the books recent translation into Spanish as well!
We have two tracks from the Podsafe Music Network to play for you tonight. First off, we have Spencer Lee singing Burnin the Bed. Second we have the wonderful Lascivious Biddies with Hell of a Boy.
We have another run of shout outs as well! Thank you so much for continuing to listen to the show, we have just gone over the million downloads milestone with Libsyn. Thank you for being with us. Have a wonderful week!

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March 6th, 2011

Welcome back to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast! On tonights show we have the amazing William Woollard reading Chapter 3, “So What’s Religion All About?”, from his book, Buddhism and the Science of Happiness.

We also have some questions about chanting and about the relationship between the priesthood and the SGI, frank and honest opinions from Jason. Oh yes, take a look at this great site for some background, The Untold Story of the Fuji School

We have three great pieces of music courtesy of Mevio.com. The first track is the late Katie Webster’s record, “Hard Loving Mama” ; the second is Tom Waits with “You Can Never Hold Back Spring” and finally we have Slackstring playing their timeless, kick back and relax “Sun Will Shine Again“. If you like the music please check the Music page on our website where we have added links to help you find the music to buy if you want to.

Shoutouts to people from all over the world. You know every email, review on ITunes, shout out request, facebook message, tweet that we receive is such encouragement for us both, thank you for making the time to both listen to the show and to let us know you care. Have a fantastic week!

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February 20th, 2011
Well, we seem to be on a roll! Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast. We are delighted to present Chapter 2 from William Woollards new book, Buddhism and the Science of Happiness. Reading, recording and editing this chapter really gave me pause to think! Thanks to the wonderful podsafe music network at mevio.com we were able to bring you three fantastic tracks tonight. The first is from Yael Naim who sings New Soul. The second and third are from a great and talented duo called the Dala Girls from Toronto, Canada. We play two tracks from the Dala Girls, Levi Blues and Hockey Sweater.We have an experience from John Renner in the US and we read the World Tribunes obituary for David Kasahara who recently passed away. Our shoutouts criss cross the world and also Jason answers a question as to what the quotes are on the family alter.As usual look to the right hand side of our website for the shoutout link if you want to make use of it. Alternatively you can send us a note on the Android or Iphone app! Thank you so much for your continued support. Please take great care and have a fabulous week. Sometimes its hard, but chant and determine to win, there is always a way through.
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February 7th, 2011
And we are back with yet another episode of A Buddhist Podcast! Thank you so much for continuing to listen and for all of your support!
On tonights show we have Chapter 1 from Buddhism and the Science of Happiness, a wonderful book written and read by our dear friend William Woollard.
We have music from the Podsafe Music Network at mevio.com and tonight we play Melissa Forbes track, Blackheart Blues and the amazing Bombskare with their track Don’t Give It All Away!
If you want a shout out on the show, let us know by clicking the link on the left hand side of our website “Shoutouts”, or you can send us a note if you have the iPhone or Android app for A Buddhist Podcast. If you want to share a great experience of practicing this Buddhism and you would be happy for us to read it on the show, click the link for Experiences on the site, remember to really to try to use language that anyone can understand.
Thank you so much for listening, have a wonderful week, take great care of yourself and everyone around you.
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January 23rd, 2011

Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast! Wow, twice in a month, this is a nice rhythm! Thank you for taking the time to download the show. Tonight we are proud to present our dear friend William Woollard, reading the introduction to his wonderful new book, Buddhism and the Science of Happiness. The printed book is also available on Amazon and elsewhere, and having heard and read quite a lot of it, I have to say it is a great book!

Jason reads the latest editorial by President Ikeda. Tonight’s music comes from Mevio.com. We play Katie Herzig‘s track, “Sweeter than this” and the Cornish band, All the Fires, playing their track, The Anchor Song.

As usual, if you would like a shout out or to submit an experience, click the links on the right. You can also send them to us via the iPhone and Android apps for the show that are now available. Thank you so much again for all your support and encouragement. Have a wonderful, safe week and take care of yourselves and the people around you.

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January 5th, 2011
Happy New Year everyone! Welcome to another episode of A Buddhist Podcast. On tonights show we have the final chapter of The Reluctant Buddhist read by the author, the wonderful William Woollard. We also have news about his amazing new book, “Buddhism and the Science of Happiness”
We read SGI President Ikeda’s New Year Message and of course the shoutouts!
We play three tracks tonight, Last of the Superheros by American Heartbeat, Wonderwall by Melissa Rebronja and Let it Rain by Laura Clapp. Thank you to the artists for making this available on Music Alley. Music Alley  (formerly known as The Podsafe Music Network) have made so much of the music on the show possible and we really are grateful to them.
If you would like to for us to give you a shout out on the show, click the link on the left hand side of our website “Shoutouts”. If you have a great experience of practicing this Buddhism that you would be happy for us to read on the show, you can click the link for Experiences on the site!
Thank you to everyone for taking the time to listen to the show. Happy New Year!
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