A Special Live Podcast Filmed at ABC Deepak Homebase. Comedian Duncan Trussell sits down with teachers Chris Grosso, Lama Surya Das, and Raghu Markus. The four teachers have a short question and answer session, where they talk about their experiences of “enlightenment” and what it really means in our everyday lives. This is followed by a closing meditation and chant led by Lama Surya Das chanting “Om mani padme hum.”
Lama Surya's Awakening Now Podcast on the Be Her Now Network
Presents Ep. 34 with John Krishna Bush
Lama Surya Das brings on his longtime friend John Krishna Bush, who is a director, artist, and writer as well as being a wise devotee of Neem Karoli Baba.
It was John that took a young Lama Surya on his first pilgrimage and introduced Surya to his Guru. He was given the name Krishna in 1971 by his guru in India – Neem Karoli Baba, introduced in Be Here Now as Maharaji. John shares the influence that his spiritual path has had on his work. Together with Lama Surya Das, they talk about practice,...
Lama Surya's Awakening Now Podcast on the Be Here Now Network- Ep. 33
A discussion focusing on the intersection of Christianity and Buddhism with Father Michael Holleran
"Christianity and Buddhism have an incredible overlap once we wade through the cultural filters"
This is Synchronicity!
Lama Surya stops by to discuss Dzogchen, Buddhism, Buddha Standard Time, non-duality & practical applications of various Buddhist practices with Noah Lampert.
Check out the intro music from this year's Burning Man.
Be Here Now Network Presents Lama Surya Das – Ep. 32 – Practicing Dzogchen, Suffering, and the Middle Way
Lama Surya Das discusses the Dzogchen principle of basic awareness.Through practice, we become opened to the nature of our mind. We are then able to detach ourselves and become a witness; we experience things as they are. Hearing becomes just hearing and seeing becomes just seeing.
Lama Surya Das also answers insightful questions from his audience on suffering and the middle way. How do we come to trust ourselves and what does it mean to apply the Middle Way to our lives?