167. Zen lightbulb geek-out – Paul Linden and Shinzen Young Special

Two of my favourite teachers join up! We discuss the relationship between science and contemplative practice, traditions and discomfort, passive language, The Buddha as a scientist, linguistics, six directions techniques, stilling Parkinson’s, love and power, the role of humour, Shamanic ordeal, Judaism, empowerment, the importance of definitions. A really special one with two (slightly mad) geniuses, The Holocaust, polarisation, ethics and gurus, human flourishing and the world today. This one is a very special geek-out treat.




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