This one was the very first interview Jim ever conducted. Having known Chris since the days of I Can't Believe It's Not Buddha (ICBINB), an earlier page that preceded The Unusual Buddha with less swearing lol, Jim felt comfortable that Chris would be an amazing guest and his amazing story of life as a artist and avid meditator was amazingly epic for the first run of things. Enjoy.
This one was and has been one of our biggest episodes on the podcast. We had the opportunity to chat with Scott Tusa a former Tibetan and New York native. If you read it out you can see the nervous shining right through. He had tons of unique insights and an interesting perspectives great guest here is the outline
Earlier this year we slated up an interview with Noah Levine. That interview never took place a last minute cancellation came and no further contact has been made. There's no sense in good show notes going to waste, Enjoy.
Recently we hosted a round table we dubbed Unusual Conversations with Dana Gornall, Co-founder of The Tattooed Buddha and Duane Toops, A Zen vlogger and podcaster. It is a segment we will be bringing to you all more often. The idea being to get solid minds together talking about heavy concepts in a way more... Continue Reading →
If you're anything like me you don't really notice your sense of hearing until your ass meets the meditation cushion... or when your kids get too quiet.
Here are just a few on a sliding scale from 1 oh god its kind of annoying I keep thinking about this to 5 the zombie apocalypse would be preferable to my current situation, beam me up now Scotty
It would seem we live in a world that lives for the future, in a constant state of becoming, rather than what really matters, being.
From the sale of indulgences to the Jonestown Massacre the point of the message brought forth by Abraham, Moses, and, Jesus has been terribly warped through the ages. This is not a phenomenon of Christianity, Islam, or, Buddhism alone. In fact, none of the 3 are immune to having their perspective flags planted in antithetical soil.