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The Sharon Salzberg Metta Hour features Buddhist philosophy in a practical, common sense vernacular. Sharon’s natural wisdom, sense of humor and the ease with which she translates these teachings forge an intimate connection with the listener. From everyday experiences to pithy revelations, each podcast is a journey on the path of self-discovery. Sharon Salzberg is a meditation pioneer, world-renowned teacher, and New York Times bestselling author. She is one of the first to bring mindfulnes ...
 
Published in 1866, "The Dead Letter: An American Romance" written by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor under the pseudonym, Seeley Regester, is credited by historians of popular literature to be the first full-length American crime fiction novel. The writing is melodramatic in places and includes opinions typical of the time period, but is an enjoyable, early example of the genre. The novel begins with Richard Redfield, a clerk in the "Dead Letter Office," opening an unclaimed letter. Upon readin ...
 
Dharma Seed is dedicated to preserving and sharing the spoken teachings of Theravada Buddhism in modern languages. Since the early 1980's, Dharma Seed has collected and distributed dharma talks by teachers offering the vipassana (insight) and metta (lovingkindness) practices of Theravada Buddhism. New recordings are being added continuously from contemporary dharma teachers.
 
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Sharon welcomes social justice educator, yoga teacher, and author Jacoby Ballard to the Metta Hour for Episode 185. Jacoby has taught Queer and Trans Yoga since 2006. In 2008, he Co-Founded the Third Root Community Health Center in Brooklyn as a healing and social justice space. His first book, “A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation,”…
 
Monday Mettā a new + beautiful way to experience Mondays I breathe in love and contentment, I breathe out worry and fear When we are nervous and constantly worried, we are stuck. We block any good ideas, creative workarounds, or acceptance of whatever is currently happening by focusing on pervasive worry. We’ve all heard the advice to “take a deep …
 
Author and speaker Agapi Stassinopoulos joins Sharon for a conversation on the Metta Hour Podcast Episode 184. Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/metta Agapi Stassinopoulos is the author of “Wake Up to the Joy of You” and “Unbinding…
 
Performer, author, and storyteller Joél Leon returns to the Metta Hour Podcast for Episode 183. Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/metta Born and raised in the Bronx, Joél writes and tells stories for Black people. Specializing in m…
 
Author and Psychotherapist Mark Epstein, M.D. returns to the Metta Hour Podcast for Episode 182. Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/metta A longtime friend and colleague, Mark and Sharon first met in 1974 at the Naropa Institute in …
 
Sharon welcomes Pastor, author, and theologian Nadia Bolz-Weber to the Metta Hour Podcast for Episode 181. Nadia is an ordained Lutheran Pastor and the founder of the House for All Sinners & Saints in Denver, Colorado. She is the creator and host of The Confessional Podcast, which invites guests to share stories about times that they were at their …
 
Rhonda V. Magee returns to the Metta Hour Podcast for episode 180. Rhonda is a Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco and has spent more than twenty years exploring the intersections of anti-racist education, social justice, and contemplative practices. A Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, Rhonda is a global Keynote Speaker, mindfu…
 
For episode 179 of the Metta Hour Sharon speaks with Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher, Margaret Cullen. Margaret Cullen is a licensed psychotherapist and was one of the first to become a Certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher. For over 25 years, she has pioneered secular contemplative programs for various po…
 
I breathe in love and acceptance. I exhale peace and calm. Sometimes we’re taught to exhale that which does not serve us. Today, I encourage you to exhale what you’ve integrated on the inhale: love and acceptance comes in, peace and calm goes out. Keeping focused on the breath during a mettā meditation helps focus and integration. Repeat this breat…
 
For episode 178 of the Metta Hour, Sharon welcomes her friend and colleague, Omid Safi. In this conversation, Sharon and Omid discuss the nature of Radical Love and the many forms that love can take outside of romantic bonds. Omid also shares some of the factors and practices that support greater access to states of Radical Love. They contemplate w…
 
A meditation that begins at the crown and moves liquid sunshine through all seven chakras. This meditation begins at the crown and works its way down. It’s meant to soothe and calm and infuse you with golden, liquid sunshine— a stream of energizing consciousness that awakens each of your seven chakras. I hope you enjoy. Let the sunshine in! 🌞 So gl…
 
For episode 177 of the Metta Hour, Sharon speaks with Bonnie Pitman. In this episode, Bonnie shares about her work in the art world and how she sees art as a doorway to contemplative practice. She and Sharon talk about how differently art is looked at in Eastern culture and what role suffering has to play in the creation of art. They discuss the hi…
 
May I be at home and at ease with myself. May all beings be at home in themselves. Coming into ease with yourself means feeling at home in your body, mind, heart in all situations, even the most uncomfortable ones. It means staying centered and speaking with and living from integrity. It means connecting with what it is YOU really need and followin…
 
For episode 176 of the Metta Hour, Sharon is joined by Neal Allen and Anne Lamott. In this conversation, Neal shares his impetus for writing Shapes of Truth and how the book played a role in his first date with his now-wife, Annie Lamott. The three converse about the different ways they define the term and the experience of God or the divine, and h…
 
May I care for myself with compassion and love. May all others feel compassion and love. One for you, one for the masses. Caring for oneself looks different to different people. What is it you feel would bring you joy? Peace? Calm? What does self-compassion look like to you? Sometimes, it’s just hand-on-heart, a few deep breaths, and the acknowledg…
 
For episode 175 of the Metta Hour, Sharon welcomes Christiane Wolf, MD, Ph.D., for a conversation about chronic pain. Christiane Wolf is a physician, meditation teacher, and author. She is the author of the May 2021 release, Outsmart Your Pain: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion to Help You Leave Chronic Pain Behind, and is a senior teacher at Insight…
 
May my heart be at ease. May my body be at ease. May I feel at ease. May all beings be at ease. A wish and a prayer for all. This mettā works well when you can gently place your hands on your heart. Physical touch, even your own, feels good. If you’ve ever come to a yoga class of mine, there’s a strong possibility you’ll hear me tell you to “hug yo…
 
May I Live with Peace. Short. Simple. Peace today. Check in on your breath, on your heartbeat. Remember that peace doesn’t always mean happy. It doesn’t always mean perfect. It doesn’t always mean “I got want I wanted.” But it can mean “I’m OK just as I am.” May I live with peace. So glad you’re here. This is a public episode. If you would like to …
 
For episode 174 of the Metta Hour, Sharon speaks with Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D. Scott is a cognitive scientist and humanistic psychologist exploring the mind, creativity, and the depths of human potential. He is the founder and director of the Center for the Science of Human Potential and the author of several books, including “Transcend: The New …
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. These interviews originally aired in 2019 and 2020, with Sharon speaking to various folks about the intersection of mindfulness and loving kindness practic…
 
May I release old fears. May I travel forward with renewed courage. May all beings find peace. May all beings find belonging. I’ve been thinking, lately, about peace, belonging, and courage. In this Mettā, I’m asking you to separate yourself from others, to give yourself a release of old fears and the renewal of courage. Then pause, and take a few …
 
For episode 172 of the Metta Hour, we bring you a special memorial episode in honor of Bell Hooks. This episode features Sharon in conversation with bell and was originally released in May of 2017 as part of the Real Love Podcast Series. We’re re-releasing it now to honor bell's legacy and teaching after her recent passing in December of 2021. Bell…
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. The paperback edition of Real Change is now available! Order Here In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in Nov…
 
May I be Well. May I feel Ease. May I and all beings feel Well and Loved. The thing about Mettā is that it’s about you first. I was reminded of this during a Dharma talk I attended this week put on by the Insight Yoga Institute. The speaker, Tripti, reminded us that Mettā has to start with loving kindness for the self. Like we are always reminded w…
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. These interviews originally aired on the podcast in 2020, with Sharon speaking to different meditation teachers and activists about the intersection of min…
 
I am just right. Everything is just right as it is. May I and all beings feel at home. Aspirational, true, or somewhere in between, it doesn’t actually matter. Take a few deep breaths and look around you, taking in what you see and how you feel, but not paying much attention to those feelings at all. It’s your internal home that needs paying attent…
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. The paperback edition of Real Change is now available! Order Here These interviews originally aired on the podcast in 2019 and 2020, with Sharon speaking t…
 
My breath supports me. I am supported by love. At minute 2:30, the meditation ends, and a box breathing practice begins. Box Breathing Four, four, four, four. Or, two, two, two, two. Or, any low number, really. Sit up tall or lie down. Inhale through the nose and count to four (or two). Hold your breath for four (or two). Exhale for four (or two). …
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. These interviews originally aired on the podcast in 2020, with Sharon speaking to various folks about the intersection of mindfulness and lovingkindness pr…
 
In celebration of the paperback book release of Sharon's latest book, Real Change, in November of 2021, the Metta Hour is releasing an anthology of interviews exploring the themes from the book. The paperback edition of Real Change is now available! Order Here These interviews originally aired on the podcast in 2020, with Sharon speaking to various…
 
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