A collection of the most popular podcasts of 2017.
A Wake Up Call with Bruce Lipton, PhD
In this extended interview, host Rabbi Rami talks with Bruce H. Lipton, PhD about the current reality of the sixth mass extinction and how we can change course and become caretakers of the planet.
Transforming Trauma with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore
Trauma expert and Zen priest Dr. Joanne Cacciatore talks about the traumatic loss of her child at birth, a raw list of "things she knows", and her new book.
Lama Surya Das on Dogs as Teachers
Rabbi Rami asks, "Does a dog have Buddha nature?"
Writing Letters with Elana Zaiman
Rabbi Elana Zaiman hopes to encourage her readers to share their appreciation, wisdom, and wishes for those they love.
Delving into Silence with Patrick Shen
Exploring the waning resource of silence.
Reconcilable Differences with Dawna Markova and Angie McArthur
Understanding the unique ways we communicate with one another and conscious collaboration.
Great Expectations with Gretchen Rubin
Developing a framework for individual expectations and how understanding them benefits relationships.
The Consciousness of the Brain with Mariano Sigman
Neuroscientist Mariano Sigman on the incredible abilities of the brain, how we perceive consciousness, and the notion of free will.
Connecting to Authenticity with Anna Yusim, MD
Anna Yusim shares what the soul means to her and how to be in touch with your authentic self.
Listening to Mark Epstein, MD
Mark Epstein, M.D. talks about how he discovered Buddhism, the notion of self, and psychology's part in Buddhism.