Podcast: For the Moment

Tricycle’s new podcast featuring digestible practices to help us stay centered during difficult times.

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— Episode #14

Interconnectedness with Nature

With Dekila Chungyalpa
Interconnectedness with Nature

Dekila Chungyalpa is a conservation scientist and director of the Loka Initiative, a faith-based, climate-activism program. In this episode, Dekila shares a practice to strengthen our interconnectedness with the natural world using awareness and breathing.

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— Episode #13

Bringing Our Practice into the Workplace  

With Pamela Weiss
Bringing Our Practice into the Workplace  

Pamela Weiss is a teacher in the Insight Meditation and Soto Zen Buddhist traditions and the founder of Appropriate Response, an organization dedicated to bringing mindful awareness to the workplace. In this two-part episode, Pamela leads a before and after work meditation to help integrate our practice into our daily life and work. 

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— Episode #12

Be a Walking Buddha

With Mindy Newman
Be a Walking Buddha

Mindy Newman is a psychotherapist and a meditation teacher at the Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science. In this episode, Mindy leads a walking meditation to help cultivate love and compassion for all beings we may encounter. 

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— Episode #11

Goodnight Metta

With Sumi Loundon Kim
Goodnight Metta

Sumi Loundon Kim is the Buddhist chaplain at Yale University and a long-time student of the Theravada tradition. In this episode, Sumi leads a bedtime meditation on lovingkindness for the family and children. 

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Film Club

Buddhist films and discussion for the Tricycle Community

Dying Doesn’t Feel Like What I’m Doing

How does a spiritual leader cope with a terminal cancer diagnosis? Rachel Cowan, a beloved Rabbai, a mindfulness teacher, civil rights activist, and community organizer meets her mortality head-on in this documentary about the last years of her life. This film will be available to stream until midnight EST on January 1, 2022.  Learn more […]

By Paula Weiman-Kelman


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