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  1. Meditation Master Sharon Salzberg On Real Love | Rich Roll

    Ultra-athlete & bestselling author talks with luminary meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg about love & the art of true connection with self, others and life

    http://www.richroll.com/podcast/sharon-salzberg/

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  2. 278: Sharon Salzberg: Real Love and Meditation - Healthy Wealthy Smart Podcast

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download ()On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Sharon Salzberg joins me to discuss her new book Real Love which will be released on June 6th, 2017! In her tenth book, Sharon Salzberg provides a pathway towards more sustainable and authentic connection by offering a creative toolkit of mindfulness exercises and meditation techniques that guide us to strip away our layers of habit to access a truer understanding of love, “real love.” This journey enables us to become more present and to begin to experience real love—love based on direct interactions, rather than preconceptions. When we are truly engaged in these present experiences we are not only able to feel more connected to our own core selves, but also to those around us, and ultimately to life itself. Divided into three sections, Real Love explores love in three arenas of life: for oneself, love for an other, and love for all of life.

    In this episode, we discuss:

    -An introduction to Loving Kindness Meditation

    -Practical strategies to incorporate meditation into a busy schedule

    -Is self compassion through meditation considered laziness?

    -What Sharon hopes readers will learn from Real Love and viewing love as an ability not a feeling

    -And so much more!

     

    Sharon believes that our human brain, “can tend to fixate on what’s wrong and not appreciate what’s right and what’s good.” Loving Kindness Meditation understands our bias to focus on the negative and balances it with positive reflection for a holistic view of ourselves.

     

    Incorporating meditation into a busy schedule can be as simple as being more present in everyday activities. Sharon stresses that, “Just short moments that break the crazy momentum that we get lost in, they make a difference too.”

     

    According to Sharon, meditation is not a process of resetting our inner thoughts but rather enhancing them. “Our goal is not to wipe out thoughts, our goal is to develop a different relationship to our thoughts… The kind of awareness we are cultivating is balanced, it’s clear, it’s present, it’s loving.”

     

    Sharon shares that the ultimate effect of meditation is revealed through a constant practice. By mastering the skill, “We learn to let go and begin again. When we do that over and over and over again, what happens is that our attention starts to get stabilized.”

     

    For more information on Sharon:

    Born in New York City in 1952, Sharon Salzberg experienced a childhood involving considerable loss and turmoil. An early realization of the power of meditation to overcome personal suffering determined her life direction. Her teaching and writing now communicates that power to a worldwide audience of practitioners. She offers non-sectarian retreat and study opportunities for participants from widely diverse backgrounds. Sharon first encountered Buddhism in 1969, in an Asian philosophy course at the State University of New York, Buffalo. The course sparked an interest that, in 1970, took her to India, for an independent study program. Sharon traveled motivated by “an intuition that the methods of meditation would bring me some clarity and peace.” In 1971, in Bodh Gaya, India, Sharon attended her first intensive meditation course. She spent the next years engaged in intensive study with highly respected meditation teachers. She returned to America in 1974 and began teaching vipassana (insight) meditation. In 1976, she established, together with Joseph Goldstein and Jack Kornfield, the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts, which now ranks as one of the most prominent and active meditation centers in the Western world. Sharon and Joseph Goldstein expanded their vision in 1989 by co-founding the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies (BCBS). In 1998, they initiated the Forest Refuge, a long-term retreat center secluded in a wooded area on IMS property. Today she teaches a variety of offerings around the globe. Sharon resides in Barre, Massachusetts, and New York City. She served as a panelist with the Dalai Lama and leading scientists at the 2005 Mind and Life Investigating the Mind Conference in Washington, DC. She also coordinated the meditation faculty for the 2005 Mind and Life Summer Institute, an intensive five-day meeting to advance research on the intersection of meditation and the cognitive and behavioral sciences.  At the 2005 Sacred Circles Conference at the Washington National Cathedral, Sharon served as a keynote speaker. She has addressed audiences at the State of the World Forum, the Peacemakers Conference (sharing a plenary panel with Nobel Laureates His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Jose Ramos Horta) and has delivered keynotes at Tricycle’s Buddhism in America Conference, as well as Yoga Journal, Kripalu and Omega conferences. She was selected to attend the Gethsemani encounter, a dialogue on spiritual life between Buddhist and Christian leaders that included His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The written word is central to Sharon Salzberg’s teaching and studies. She is the author of nine books including Lovingkindness, the NY Times best seller Real Happiness, and Real Happiness at Work. In her early Buddhist studies at the University of Buffalo, she discovered Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s book, Meditation in Action. She later heard him speak at a nearby school:  he was the first practicing Buddhist she encountered. While studying in India, Shunryu Suzuki’s book Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind profoundly influenced the direction of her meditation practice. She is a weekly columnist for On Being, a regular contributor the the Huffington Post, and was a contributing editor of Oprah’s O Magazine for several years. She has appeared in Time Magazine, Yoga Journal, msnbc.com, Tricycle, Real Simple, Body & Soul, Mirabella, Good Housekeeping, Self, Buddhadharma, More and Shambhala Sun, as well as on a variety of radio programs. Various anthologies on spirituality have featured Sharon Salzberg and her work, including Meetings with Remarkable Women, Gifts of the Spirit, A Complete Guide to Buddhist America, Handbook of the Heart, The Best Guide to Meditation, From the Ashes—A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America, and How to Stop the Next War Now: Effective Responses to Violence and Terrorism.

    Resources discussed on this show:

    Sharon Salzberg Website

    Real Love Book

    Sharon Salzberg Twitter

     

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  3. Chain React 2017: React Native Panel With Various Speakers

    Gant Laborde hosts a panelist discussion about React Native and other tech at Chain React 2017, organized by Infinite Red. Panelists include Jennifer Van, Sanket Sahu, Mateo Barraza, Matt Hargett, Dave Nugent & Jani Eväkallio.

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  4. Podcast 050 - Peter Piekarczyk on Burnout | Cross Cutting Concerns

    Podcast 050 - Peter Piekarczyk on Burnout

    http://crosscuttingconcerns.com/Podcast-050-Peter-Piekarczyk-on-Burnout

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  5. SEG027 Strahlenblüten | Sendegarten

    Das Internet, ein rechtsfreier Raum? Mitnichten. Auch und gerade in der Online-Welt ist es ratsam, Recht und Ordnung zu wahren. Insbesondere bei Angeboten, die sich an die allgemeine Öffentlichkeit richten. Viel zu schnell hat man sich da als Anbieter z.B. eine Urheberrechtsabmahnung eingefangen. Jeder Beschränkung steht jedoch der Wunsch nach einer möglichst freien und schrankenlosen Verfügbarkeit entgegen. Daraus ergibt sich ein Spannungsfeld, welches wir in dieser 27. Folge ausführlich am konkreten Beispiel der Podlive-App besprochen haben. Deren Entwickler, Stefan Trauth (er hat gemeinsam mit Frank Gregor daran gearbeitet), war bei uns zu Gast und hat uns einen Einblick in seinen “Sendegarten” gegeben. Denn Stefan entwickelt nicht nur, er podcastet auch selbst. Lang und ausführlich im Funkenstrahlen-Podcast, oft kurz und bündig im “Kondensator”, ein Podcast mit News und Nachrichten aus dem Podcastland. Wem also der Sendegarten zu lang ist und kompakte Informationen vorzieht, kann stattdessen den Kondensator-Podcast hören. Aber vielleicht haben ja auch beide Angebote im Podcatcher Platz. Jedes zu seiner Zeit.

    Aufnahme vom 06.07.2017 – Dauer: 3:43:01

    Durch die Sendung führten Lars Naber, Sebastian Reimers und Martin Rützler

    https://sendegarten.de

    Twitter: @sendegarten_de

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    INTRO ===

    Strahlenblüten https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zungenbl%C3%BCte

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    NEUE ERNTE ===

    Met103 – The 50 percent situation https://www.metercast.de/met103-the-50-percent-situation/

    00:27:53 Podlive – Nie wieder einen Live-Podcast verpassen

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    AUF DER GARTENBANK ===

    Stefan Trauth (@funkenstrahlen) https://stefantrauth.de/ https://twitter.com/funkenstrahlen

    Projekte: Skoon – Review – Xenim – Podlive https://stefantrauth.de/index.html#work

    Funkenstrahlen 89: Minecraft Eine Welt voller Abenteuer https://podcast.funkenstrahlen.de/2016/06/02/fs089-minecraft-eine-welt-voller-abenteuer/

    Kondensator-Podcast https://kondensator.podigee.io/ https://sendegate.de/t/kondensator-podcast-eine-sendung-ueber-neues-aus-der-podcastwelt/4025

    Radio fritz (rbb) http://www.fritz.de/

    Chaosradio http://chaosradio.ccc.de/chaosradio.html

    Ask the Podcast Coach http://askthepodcastcoach.com/

    Supertop Podcast http://blog.supertop.co/

    PodWG Radiohttp://podwg.de/podwg-radio/

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    QUERBEET ===

    Podlive Release – Verpasse nie mehr eine Livesendung! https://sendegate.de/t/podlive-release-verpasse-nie-mehr-eine-livesendung/5619/42?u=studiolink

    Clammr hört auf https://sendegate.de/t/clammr-hoert-auf/5598

    Tweet: Clammr is shutting down as of 2 July https://twitter.com/ClammrApp/status/880040912650469376

    Liste bisher entdeckter mysteriöser Soundschnipsel

    ab [5:35] in JSFP164: Wassersportlastige Woche http://www.meine-url-ist-laenger-als-deine.de/?podcast=jsfp164-wassersportlastige-woche

    ab [?:??] in SMC216 – Naughty in Nature http://sundaymoaning.de/smc/smc216-naughty-in-nature/

    ab [11:52] in SMDN044.3 Samurai Jack Staffel 3 http://nerdnerdnerd.blogsport.eu/2017/06/25/smdn044-3-samurai-jack-staffel-3/

    ab [28:00] in Americana für Euch: Elvis https://www.acast.com/americanafureuch/elvis

    ab [28:30] in Sneakpod #495 – Okja https://www.sneakpod.de/2017/07/04/495-okja/

    Twitter Hastag “Der Große Plan” https://twitter.com/hashtag/DerGro%C3%9FePlan

    Radio Randow Staffel 3 COMING SOON http://s6jsqh.podcaster.de/radiorandow/staffel-3-coming-soon/

    “Niemand hat die Absicht, eine Mauer zu errichten” https://www.berlin-mauer.de/videos/walter-ulbricht-zum-mauerbau-530/

    Day of the Podcast 2017 http://dayofthepodcast.de/ https://twitter.com/dayofthepodcast

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    BLÜHKALENDER ===

    Termine 2017 https://sendegate.de/t/podcast-termine-2017/4281

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    SETZLINGE ===

    Grimme Online Award 2017 – Die Preisträger http://www.grimme-online-award.de/2017/preistraeger/

    Grimme Online Award 2017 – Wochenendrebell http://www.grimme-online-award.de/2017/preistraeger/p/d/wochenendrebell-1/

    Stacktalk – Podcast des Sportstacking Teams Quickborn http://www.sstq.de/2017/06/13/stacktalk-01-teaser/

    JugendNarrative – Gespräche mit jungen Menschen über Bildung und Digitales http://jugendnarrative.de/ https://twitter.com/jugendnarrative https://twitter.com/la_fool

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    BLÜTENSCHÄTZE ===

    “Aushängeschilder” – Kuration ausgewählter Wisspod-Folgen https://fyyd.de/user/wisspod/curation/aushangeschilder/0

    Das geheime Kabinett Episode 83: Party The White House Down http://kabinett.hadar.uberspace.de/?podcast=episode83-party-the-white-house-down

    Rechtsbelehrung – Folge 46 Rundfunklizenzen https://rechtsbelehrung.com/rundfunklizenzen-fuer-live-videos-und-streamer-rechtsbelehrung-folge-46-jura-podcast/

    LdN061 SPD-Steuerkonzept, Staatstrojaner, Vorratsdatenspeicherung, Schulbau, Pandas https://www.kuechenstud.io/lagedernation/2017/06/23/ldn061-spd-steuerkonzept-staatstrojaner-vorratsdatenspeicherung-schulbau-pandas/

    00:21:18 Martin Schulz: Philip beobachtet lustlosen Wahlkämpfer

    Wir und Heute – Folge 44 https://correctiv.org/podcasts/wir-und-heute/neu-im-team-martin-schulz/

    00:16:16 Martin Kaysh kennt alle Städte, Gemeinden und Orte des Ruhrgebiets auswendig

    „Chaos & Konfetti Tour 2017“ (Geierabend) http://watchingthenorthstar.de/53/index.php

    https://sendegarten.de/2017/07/09/seg027-strahlenblueten/#more-400

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  6. Eating for endurance with Matt Fitzgerald - 40+ Fitness Podcast

    Matt Fitzgerald is an avid runner, a certified sports nutritionist, and the author of a new book called The Endurance Diet. In this book, Matt shares

    https://40plusfitnesspodcast.com/eating-endurance-matt-fitzgerald/

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  7. Matt Fitzgerald Talks Nutrition and Fitness for Endurance Athletes

    Matt Fitzgerald has written nearly 30 books about fitness and nutrition for endurance athletes. He’s currently in the middle of running 8 marathons in 8 weeks to fuel his new book "Life is a Marathon." He’s the author of "The Endurance Diet," "Iron War," "80/20 Running," "Racing Weight" and one of our favorites, "50/50" about Dean Karnazes’ amazing feat of 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 days. He talks about all of that and so much more, including:

    How does Matt feel about paleo, low-carb, vegan diets, bullet proof coffee? What diet you SHOULD follow for the best success Why he’s in the middle of 8 marathons in 8 weeks Boston Marathon What drives him as a nutrition and endurance writer The way to successful Recovery What it’s like working with Dean Karnazes and the Iron Cowboy Is there pressure being a “nutritional expert?” What part does the mind play on new diets? The safest and most effective way for endurance athletes to eat How important are foam rollers and ice baths? Exploring his upcoming book “Life is a Marathon” and why it’s so important to him. Why he used to think of himself as a coward How Bi-Polar disorder has touched his life in a major way Running and Depression Running to connect with others if you’re an introvert The Charles Bukowski connection How he got his start as a comedi…

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  8. Eating for Endurance with Matt Fitzgerald

    The Consummate Athlete Podcast

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  9. React Native Ecosystem with Nader Dabit | Software Engineering Daily

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    React Native allows developers to reuse components from one user interface on multiple platforms. React Native was introduced by Facebook to reduce the pain of teams who were rewriting their user interfaces for web, iOS, and Android.

    Nader Dabit hosts React Native Radio, a podcast about React Native. Nader also trains companies to user React Native through his company React Native Training. In this episode, we explore what a developer can and cannot do with React Native, when a developer needs to use native APIs, and some speculation on the future of React Native.

    This episode is a good preface for tomorrow’s episode about React Native Interfaces with Leland Richardson of Airbnb. In that episode we will dive deeper into how React Native works and just how big of a change it could be for cross-platform developers.

    Check out our new topic feeds, in iTunes or wherever you find your podcasts. We’ve sorted all 500 of our old episodes into categories like business, blockchain, cloud engineering, JavaScript, machine learning, and greatest hits. Whatever specific area of software you are curious about, we have a feed for you. Check the show notes for more details.

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  10. React Native Interfaces with Leland Richardson | Software Engineering Daily

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    Airbnb is a company that is driven by design. New user interfaces are dreamed up by designers and implemented for web, iOS, and Android. This implementation process takes a lot of resources, but it used to take even more before the company started using React Native. React Native allows Airbnb to reuse components effectively.

    React Native works by presenting a consistent model for the user interface regardless of the underlying platform, and emitting a log of changes to that user interface. The underlying platform translates those changes into platform specific code.

    Leland Richardson is an engineer at Airbnb. In today’s episode, he explains how Airbnb uses React Native, how React Native works, and the future of the platform.

    Check out our new topic feeds, in iTunes or wherever you find your podcasts. We’ve sorted all 500 of our old episodes into categories like business, blockchain, cloud engineering, JavaScript, machine learning, and greatest hits. Whatever specific area of software you are curious about, we have a feed for you. Check the show notes for more details.

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