KNKB Radio Schedule 10/15 to 10/21

DAY: Friday 10-15-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha:78: No Care for Actions: Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Mira Bai Star Gift of Life (Sounds True Production)

8:00-9:00am: Kirtan

10:00am: Philosophy Talk: The Mysterious Timelessness of Math: Arezoo Islami

10:00-11:00am: Shiv Baba Shiv Baba is a monk of the Advaita Vedanta tradition in the lineage of Rama Krishna. His guru gave him the name Baba ShivaRam Sarasvati. His spiritual journey has included living at two Eastern Orthodox monasteries, intensive training in Tibetan Buddhist ascetic practices, and a decade of study and practice with his beloved guru.

11:00-3:00pm: Kirtan

3:00-4:00pm: Ralph Nader Hour:  Title: Humane War?  Constitutional scholar Bruce Fein joins forces with Ralph as we devote the entire radio hour to discussing war powers in the United States with Yale historian, Samuel Moyn , author of “Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War.”

4:00-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed: Reality beyond Thought: Eckhart Tolle

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am Inner View: Philosophy Talk: The Mysterious Timelessness of Math: Aezoo IslamiArezoo Islami is a philosopher of science and a philosopher of mathematics, interested in studying the historical construction of knowledge in mathematics and physics and the philosophical consequences of their dynamic relationship.

2:00-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am: Seed: Reality beyond Thought: Eckhart Tolle

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

DAY: Saturday 10-16-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha :79: Fogginess of Mind Dr. Alexander Berzin

Kirtan:

8:00-10:00am: Buddha at the Gas pump: Thom Krystofiak: Author of Tempted to Believe is a comprehensive exploration of how we believe, how we doubt, and how we navigate the conflicting attractions of reality and desire. Included in its scope are claims made by religion, politics, spirituality, marketing, the New Age, and the ordinary esoterica of everyday Thom Krystofiak holds a B.A. from Harvard (magna cum laude) and an M.A. from Cambridge University (where he was a Knox Fellow). A trained teacher of Transcendental Meditation, he joined an intentional community in Fairfield, Iowa in 1983, where he and his wife continue to live. A rigorous and thoroughgoing skeptic surrounded by ready believers, he has developed unique perspectives on the eternal and ever-new contest of doubt vs. belief.

Kirtan

3:00-4:00pm: Gaia:  Bright Galaxies, Dark Matter, and Beyond, Ashley Jean Yeager tells the story of Rubin's life and work, recounting her persistence despite early dismissals of her work and widespread sexism in science. Yeager describes Rubin's childhood fascination with stars, her education at Vassar and Cornell, and her marriage to a fellow scientist

Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed: Richard Davidson & Daniel Goleman Daniel Goleman, psychologist and award-winning author of Emotional Intelligence and other books on EI, challenges traditional measures of intelligence as a predictor of life success. Richard Davidson is the William James and Vilas Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Founder and Director of the Center for Healthy Minds. He is best known for his groundbreaking work studying emotion and the brain.

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-3:00am: Buddha at the Gas pump: Thom Krystofiak: Author of Tempted to Believe

3:00am-4:00am: Kirtan

4:00-5:00am Seed: Richard Davidson & Daniel Goleman

5:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Sunday 10.17.21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: LAM RIM:80:Disbelieving Facts: Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Divine Mother of the Universe

8:00-9:00am: Kirtan

9:00-10:00am: New Dimensions Radio Spiritual Friends: Help in a Time of Metacrisis with Terry Patten: In recent times, Patten has been focusing his work on humanity’s civilizational crisis and collective mortality. Since April 2021 he’s also had to face his personal mortality in the form of a rare, aggressive “incurable” Stage IV cancer. Here he shares what he’s learning about being of benefit to all life in the midst of death. He has a deep comprehension of the sacred global rite of passage that we, and all humankind, are going through in these liminal times and shares how we can be of help in an insane world. Host Justine Willis Toms:

3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: The Executioners of the Corporate State - Chris Hedges interviews Steven Donziger The Executioners of the Corporate State - Chris Hedges interviews Steven Donziger Since 1993 attorney Steven Donziger has battled the oil giant Chevron on behalf of indigenous communities in the Amazon Basin. Their land has been polluted by toxic waste from oil drilling. 16 billion gallons of poisonous waste water that contained copper, mercury, lead and other carcinogens were dumped into rivers, lakes and impoundment ponds. Steven Donziger, in 2013, helped lead the legal effort that won the largest court judgment in history for human rights and environmental justice, a $9.5 billion verdict against Chevron. Chevron, following the verdict, sold their assets in Ecuador and left the country. The corporation threatened the plaintiffs with “A lifetime of litigation” if they attempted to collect. According to internal memos Chevron launched a highly funded and sustained campaign to destroy Danziger’s career.

 

 

8:00-9:00pm: Upaya Zen Center: Reigetsu Susan Moon: Encouragements of the Goddess :Reigetsu Susan Moon reviews chapter 7 of Vimalakirti, The Goddess. She shares the story of the Goddess and Shariputra and illuminates insights from the sutra involving non-duality, opposites being necessary and complementary, gender as a social construct, and body as an illusory form. She encourages us to put ourselves in other people shoes in order to realize self as other, and reminds us that the oath of renunciation and the path of compassion are both right and in perfect agreement. Reigetsu Susan Moon has been practicing in the Soto Zen tradition for 35 years, and is a lay teacher with the Everyday Zen Sangha.
9:00-10:00pm: Coleman Barks Tuatara: The Here and the Gone :Coleman Barks tuatara is proud to announce the release of its first collaboration with poet Coleman Barks. Tuatara was founded in 1996 by drummer and composer Barrett Martin, formerly of the Screaming Trees, and Peter Buck, founding guitarist of REM. Coleman Barks is widely known for his best-selling The Essential Rumi, a collection of poems that changed world consciousness around Sufi poetry. He is also Professor Emeritus at the University Of Georgia and has 33 published books. The collaboration between Tuatara and Coleman began when Coleman first took the stage at a 1997 show in Athens, GA, reading one of his brand new poems, to which Tuatara spontaneously composed music..

1:00-2:00am: 9:00-10:00am: New Dimensions Radio Spiritual Friends: Help in a Time of Metacrisis with Terry Patten:

3:00-4:00am Seed:  Upaya Zen Center: Reigetsu Susan Moon: Encouragements of the Goddess

Kirtan

Monday 10.11.21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: 81: Laziness : Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Courage of the Heart: Frank Ostaseski (Upaya Zen Center encore Podcast)

9:00-10:00am:No Cure for being Human: Annie Lamont talk with Kate Bowler It’s hard to give up on the feeling that the life you really want is just out of reach. A beach body by summer. A trip to Disneyland around the corner. A promotion on the horizon. Everyone wants to believe that they are headed toward good, better, best. But what happens when the life you hoped for is put on hold indefinitely? Kate Bowler believed that life was a series of unlimited choices, until she discovered, at age 35, that her body was wracked with cancer. In No Cure for Being Human, she searches for a way forward as she mines the wisdom (and absurdity) of today’s “best life now” advice industry.  She finds that we need one another if we’re going to tell the truth: Life is beautiful and terrible, full of hope and despair and everything in between—and there’s no cure for being human. Kate Bowler is an associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America at Duke Divinity School. She completed her undergraduate degree at Macalester College, received a master’s of religion from Yale Divinity School, and a PhD at Duke

3:00-330pm: GAIA Humpback Whale Migration: Maui Ocean Center Every winter, over 10,000 humpback whales complete their 3,000-mile migration from Alaska to Hawaii to mate and give birth. Just offshore of Maui Ocean Center is the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, a renowned gathering site for humpback whales and whale watching activity.

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed Frances Moore Lappe - Diet for a Small Planet  2oth anniversary Edition! The extraordinary book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating is still a complete guide for eating well in the twenty-first century.
Sharing her personal evolution and how this groundbreaking book changed her own life, world-renowned food expert Frances Moore Lappé offers an all-new, even more fascinating philosophy on changing yourself—and the world—by changing the way you eat.

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Inner View :No Cure for being Human: Annie Lamont Kate Bowler

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am Seed: Seed Frances Moore Lappe - Diet for a Small Planet # 2 Revised!

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Tuesday 19.12.21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: LAM RIM:82: Forgetfulness: Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation impermanence & Interconnectedness : Bodhipaksa..” Hi, I’m Bodhipaksa, and I set up Wildmind in 2001 with the help of several friends who offered me their time and technical support when I was a grad student with no financial resources at all. I’m a member of the Triratna Buddhist , I’ve been a practicing Buddhist since 1982, and I’ve been teaching meditation since the late 1980’s.”

9:00-10:00am: Inner View: Bob Thurman: The Bodhisattva Way of Vimalakirti Robert Thurman reads from his translation of The Holy Teaching of Vimalakirti:  summarizing this sutra as a text of discovering inconceivable liberation through direct realization of the interconnectedness of all beings. He reminds us that to understand this text is to understand that we are buddha, and to realize this we have to go beyond dualistic thinking. Robert Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University as well as Co-Founder and President of Tibet House US/Menla in service of HH Dalai Lama & the people of Tibet. A close friend of the Dalai Lama’s for over 50 years, he is a leading world-wide lecturer on Tibetan Buddhism, passionate activist for the plight of the Tibetan people, skilled translator of Buddhist texts, and inspiring writer of popular Buddhist books. His most recent book is the 300 page graphic novel, Man of Peace: the Illustrated Life Story of the Dalai Lama of Tibet.

3:00-330pm: GAIA: Incarceration Nation :While the United States has only 5 percent of the world's population, it has nearly 25 percent of its prisoners — about 2.2 million people.

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed: Ocean of consciousness ~ Shunyamurti responds to Khalil Gibran

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Inner View

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am Seed: Ocean of consciousness ~ Shunyamurti responds to Khalil Gibran

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Wednesday 10.20.21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha::83:Disturbing emotions Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Know who you Are Rev Barber

9:00-10:00am: Inner View: Adyashanti What would happen if you were to allow everything to be exactly as it is? If you gave up the need for control, and instead embraced the whole of your experience in each moment that arose? In the 14 years that he studied Zen, Adyashanti found that most seasoned meditators had used the practice as "an end instead of a means to an end." What he ultimately realized was that only when you let go of all techniques―even the concept of yourself as a meditator―will you open to the art of True Meditation, dwelling in the natural state. True Meditation invites you to join the growing number of seekers who have been touched by the wisdom of Adyashanti to learn:

3:00-330pm: GAIA: Gender in Sports with Joanna Harper and Heather Berlin

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed Opening Heart Unprotected & Free: Ganga Ji

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Inner View:  Adyashanti

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am Seed: Opening Heart Unprotected & Free: Ganga Ji

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Thursday 10.21.21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: :84:Causes of disturbing Emotions  Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: The path to Enlightenment: Alan Watts

9:00-10:00am: Inner view: Richard Rohr: Stillness

3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: The Executioners of the Corporate State - Chris Hedges interviews Steven Donziger The Executioners of the Corporate State - Chris Hedges interviews Steven Donziger Since 1993 attorney Steven Donziger has battled the oil giant Chevron on behalf of indigenous communities in the Amazon Basin. Their land has been polluted by toxic waste from oil drilling. 16 billion gallons of poisonous waste water that contained copper, mercury, lead and other carcinogens were dumped into rivers, lakes and impoundment ponds. Steven Donziger, in 2013, helped lead the legal effort that won the largest court judgment in history for human rights and environmental justice, a $9.5 billion verdict against Chevron. Chevron, following the verdict, sold their assets in Ecuador and left the country. The corporation threatened the plaintiffs with “A lifetime of litigation” if they attempted to collect. According to internal memos Chevron launched a highly funded and sustained campaign to destroy Danziger’s career.

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Seed Restlessness Thich Knat Hanh

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Seed Richard Rohr: Stillness

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am Seed: Restlessness Thich Knat Hanh

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

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