Podcast: Life As It Is

Each month, Tricycle’s editor-in-chief James Shaheen and co-host Sharon Salzberg speak with Buddhist practitioners about their work, practice, and everyday life—and, perhaps most importantly, how they’re navigating these uncertain times.

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— Episode #5

Coming Back to Embodiment

With Martin Aylward
Coming Back to Embodiment

In today’s episode of Life As It Is, James Shaheen and co-host Sharon Salzberg sit down with Buddhist teacher Martin Aylward to discuss the power of embodied attention and how the pandemic has changed our relationship with our bodies.

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— Episode #2

Every Moment Is a Bardo

With Ann Tashi Slater
Every Moment Is a Bardo

In the latest episode of Life As It Is, Ann Tashi Slater joins co-hosts James Shaheen and Sharon Salzberg to discuss near-death experiences, end-of-life rituals, and what the living can learn from The Tibetan Book of the Dead.

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— Episode #1

Diseases of the Heart

With Daisy Hernández
Diseases of the Heart

In this episode of Tricycle’s new podcast series, Life As It Is, Tricycle contributing editor Daisy Hernández shares the undertold story of a parasitic disease that disproportionately affects Hispanic communities.

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Larry Rosenberg: Long Path Home

Larry Rosenberg: Long Path Home

This biographical portrait tells the remarkable story of renowned insight meditation teacher and author, Larry Rosenberg, and how his life-long search for self-discovery has helped thousands find freedom from suffering. Stream the film now through February 4, 2022!

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