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Calmer. Wiser and happier.  That's the goal of ZEN commuter, the weekday podcast designed to start your day off right. If your days are filled with stress and lacking direction, then you will definitely want to tune in.  I interview amazing thought leaders in order to have you seeing different ways to live a calmer, more purposeful life.  

On the days I am at the mic alone, I help you greet each day with hope and optimism.  And I even help you discover better ways to treat your body and you mind.

Isn't it about time you got to work in a better mood?  You will, with ZEN commuter.

May 18, 2019

Zen priest Norman Fischer explains how the absurdity of the Bodhisattva ideal demonstrates a much needed way of reimagining the world.


The Practicality of The Impossible - A brief interview with Norman Fischer

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May 16, 2019

Pure Land's emphasis on universal support is experienced personally as a feeling of "inner togetherness".  Let's hear what Jeff Wilson has to say about it. 


Born Together with All Beings by Jeff Wilson

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May 10, 2019

Social media can be a quagmire for anyone looking to find ways of becoming calmer. With every post, written or read, it’s possible to become skewed toward thinking the world is hateful and vindictive. Today, with the help of Tricycle, I read a blog post that talks about how to use social media in a responsible and...

May 9, 2019

It may seem like no big thing when you bring yourself to your meditation cushion or chair, but the truth is, you are changing the world. And that is no exaggeration. When you become more aware of who you are and why you do what you do, you become less reactive and kinder. Today I talk about other reasons you should...

May 5, 2019

Today I share a simple meditation aimed at using your breath for helping you turn your focus inward.