A Buddhist Podcast is about the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin. Practical Buddhism for living in the 21st Century, not beside a remote lake or mountainside but in the midst of daily life, with a job to do, a house to run and children to raise.
This is a very convenient and reliable way to access A Buddhist Podcast on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. You're always connected to the latest episode. Instant access, just touch and play!
As an added bonus, you get bonus stuff!
* Downloadble Wallpaper
* Access to exclusive bonus content
* Call the Show from your iPhone
* Email the show your questions and comments
* Follow the show on Twitter
The A Buddhist Podcast App contains the following features:
* Streaming access to play episode from anywhere
* Always updated with the latest episodes- and an archived back catalog
* Download the episodes and play them when offline
* Playback resume (when interrupted by a call or other distraction)
* Favorites (mark the episodes you want to return back to over and over)
* Quick access to all the contact methods for the show
(Please note, not all features are available for all episodes. This app is compatible with the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone.)
The App has been re-designed from the ground up and it's OH SOOOO much better looking with much easier functionality and accessibility!
Here are some of the super star updates!
- Car mode! Rotate your phone to display larger playback controls.
- The main menu and playback settings are now accessible via a slide out from the upper left corner button.
- Improved access to episode sorting features and the episode Star and Download options.
- Improved display of episodes, artwork, and post file type.
- Show contact features can now be accessed via the main menu or the upper right corner while viewing an episode.
- Its just prettier… who doesn't want pretty?
Please provide any bug reports via the troubleshooting button found under contact via the main menu.
We hope you love the spiffy new look and features!
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Encouraging and inspiring
This Podcast has been part of my playlist for over 10 years. The Buddhist lessons and uplifting music are always an uplift to the spirit. The book serializations (I.e. William Woollard’s readings) are both engaging and entertaining. If you want a real treat - go back into the archives and listen to the “Buddha, Geoff and Me” series.
Why is important to have a Podcast on Nichiren Buddhism?
I am a member of the Soka Gakai International; I’ve been practicing Nichiren Buddhism since October 26th. 2005. I grew up in a very disfunctional family, both my parents have to work very hard to keep 5 afloat going to school feed them and get them clothes and of course the weekends scrap to the movies; my parents fought many times and my father was very abusive and with a very hot temper, both were very Christians, every year on December 12th. The anniversary of the Virgin of Guadalupe, my father used to take us all to the main church erected in honor to the Virgin of Guadalupe; we would walk our way to the church, in our way I saw many atrocities that the followers of La Virgen will do to themselves, while carrying a heavy frame with a picture/paint of La Virgen on their knees, these people bleeding profusely from their knees would continue their way to the church, that told me that there was something really wrong with this religion, on top of all the abuse and steal that they made throughout the AMERICAN continent ( specially the Spaniards), since I started to practice Nichiren Buddhism as a member of the SOKA Gakai International, I have learned that Faith is something really powerful, but most important, I have learned that another word for faith is wisdom, I’ve learned also that Buddhism is a philosophy to live in the contemporary world and that can help to navigate the stormy waters of modern life.
And also I’ve learned that in Nichiren Biddhism we try to work from the inside out, meaning that we don’t blame the end environment or the people around for our current circumstances, this was a completely shift in my life, suddenly I was absolutely responsible of my life and my destiny was in my hands and in each and every action in my life. I learned also that all we need is inside ourselves and that is not a good idea to put out my faith in someone or searching outside ourselves. This made me more aware of my actions and since time is unique in Buddhism, we can create our future the best possible future through our actions in the present and therefore change our lives and promote a more happy healthy society where all the members of the community and will take care and support each other for the sake of their communities and the world at large. The Jarrets have been a memorable example of how to be wise in the use of Social media and the promotion of Nichiren Buddhism through these podcasts is so important. They have done something really remarkable and positive, to use Social
Media to promote the life affirming philosophy of Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism There’s no intent tion to convert in the language of Jason nore in Karen and is definitely not the intention for the podcast. They have been an incredible source of fresh air and support for those moments when facing big obstacles and problems which solution seems impossible, I’ve been present in a room while a member is giving his/her experience talking about overcoming stage 4 cancer andkeep looking forward with his/her life his/her actions for the best possible outcome! There’s no magic pill in these results there’s only the determination in action to become the happiest person and the way to support that determination is by chanting NAM-MYOHO-RENGE-KYO. the title of the last teaching of the original Buddha Siddhartha Gautama or Shakyamuni.
This podcast is full of a desire to transform the world for the better so each person, each human being can become the best version of themselves. No magic, no extreme rituals and no begging to a god outside oneself.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the Jarrets and their kids🙏🌎❤️🌎🙏a 10🌟rate for a podcast with a truly humanistic message
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Listen to one of this wonderful podcasts👍they’re refreshing and a great excercise on reflection and a way to improve your life, and by doing so, a great effective way to improve the life of those around you. We at the SGI-USA have a mission to
Proof that the purpose of a true religion is to create indestructible happiness and aloud all people from all walks of life to become the best possible version of themselves
Good night and stay tune🙏🌎🙏❤️🙏
A wonderful podcast for people wanting to learn about Nichiren Daishonin's buddhism and even better for already practicing members. How great to have a "meeting" anytime and anywhere. I highly urge you to download this app, it's free so what have you got to loose? Thank you Jason and Karen and keep up the excellent work!
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- iPod touch
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