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Zencast is a weekly podcast of inspiring Buddhist Dharma talks for all people. Keywords: Zen, Buddhism, Buddhist, Buddha, Dharma, Sangha, Mindfulness, Meditation, Wisdom, Love, Peace, Stillness,Compassion.

Customer Reviews

Something in it for every busy person

Everyone can find something in this to help them through their busy life. You do not have to be into Zen or Buddhism or even Meditation. This podcast hands you tools to deal with life as it comes. It makes you realise there is nothing you can influence or direct, except how you deal with the circumstances you find yourself in. These tools are handed to you free and with compassion, how you use them is up to you. There is no one you have to answer to, except yourself. So download a few past episodes as they vary and some might be more up your street than others and I garantee you will find the ancient Zen wisdom of great help to help you in moments of difficulty. Please also check out Audio Dharma, the sister podcast to Zencast.

Excellent for everyone

I'm not a Buddhist but that doesn't mean I haven't derived a huge amount of pleasure and benefit from listening to these podcasts. There's usually something that I can attempt to apply to enrich my life and the lives of my friends and family. Gil Frondsdal in particular is a joy to listen to.

Profoundly important resource

Life-changing. Mind-altering. Literally! These talks have helped guide me through the most profound personal transformation from self-obsessed narcissistic ego-creative depressive to an other-centered, mindful, helpful, considerate, peaceful, contented, mostly-calm and very nearly happy dharma enthusiast filled with loving kindness. The secret is: listen very closely, take notes, and ACT on the things that make the most sense. Just listening isn't going to help after the initial joy or euphoria wears off. It takes work. Everyday.

I've been listening for several years and have only been through about a tenth of the talks, only because each talk is so meaningful and packed with so many interesting and helpful thongs to practice.

Thank you Gil and all the others. You have truly helped me change my life for the better, for ever.