My Radio Enso Interview

March 5, 2013   |   2 Comments  |   FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites

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Which I really enjoyed! In which we covered the following:

During our soulful, in-depth conversation (listen here), we covered:

  • Her work as a teacher, writer, and blogger interested in “extreme self knowledge” and“becoming a more truthful version of who I already am.”
  • Reading psychology books at the library at 10 years old and feeling like she never fit in.
  • Working as a cab driver in Boston and the“Noble Quest” she embarked on after she heard a Bruce Springsteen song that called to her!
  • The”auspicious coincidence” of discovering the book “The Heart of the Buddha” By Chogyam Trungpa in 1995 and how that changed her life.
  • Meditation: what is it, misconceptions, what you can expect, and can you “stop” thinking?
  • What is “dharma”, “stupefaction“, and how does she gain access to the truth.
  • “The bad news is your falling through the air. No parachute, nothing to hold on to. The good news is there is no ground!”
  • The Open Heart Project– an online meditation project with more than 10,000 participants.
  • The tools she uses in her practice, upcoming workshops she’s teaching, and MUCH more!

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2 Comments

  • Posted by:  Tracy Dudding

    Thank you. I really enjoyed listening to this interview. I was interested in your childhood religious practice. I have always been a Christian but find Buddhist teachings incredibly helpful. I sense a background essence or source and wonder if this represents a higher power or spirit. At the end of the day, I don’t really know and I suppose that is OK. Tracy

    • Posted by:  susan

      Tracy, I ‘m so glad you enjoyed this interview and encourage your (and my own) exploration of source. Wishing you well! xo S

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