KNKB Radio Schedule 11/05 to 11/11

DAY: Friday 11-05-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: LAM RIM-LAM RIM:99: Renunciation  Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Prahba Duneja: The Power of Mantra

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9:00-10:00am: Philosophy Talk: The Occult

10:00-11:00am: Episode Six: Return of the Sadhu."  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.

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3:00-4:00pm: Ralph Nader hour: Another Way to Help Save Life on Earth

Synopsis: Ralph welcomes Miranda Massie, director of the Climate Museum, an institution focused on the intersection of art, climate science, justice, and activism — that aims to make people feel that collective action is both possible and necessary, and the only hope we have of saving the planet. Plus! Ralph answers listener questions.

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9:00-10:00pm: Roshi Joan Halifax: The Strange and Necessary Case for Hope

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1:00-2:00am: Shiv Baba: Episode Six: Return of the Sadhu: 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.

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3:00-4:00am : Roshi Joan Halifax: The Strange and Necessary Case for Hope

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DAY: Saturday 11-06-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha:100:  Liberation: Dr. Alexander Berzin

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8:00-10:00am: Buddha at the Gas Pump :Connie  Zweig:  Aging into Awakening : Connie Zweig, Ph.D., is a retired psychotherapist, former executive editor at Jeremy P. Torcher Publishing, former columnist for Esquire magazine, and contributor to the LA Times.Known as the Shadow Expert, she is the coauthor of Meeting the Shadow and Romancing the Shadow and author of Meeting the Shadow of Spirituality and a novel, A Moth to the Flame: The Life of the Sufi Poet Rumi. Kirtan

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3:00-330pm: Big Brains Radio Podcast: BIG BRAINS: How the UN Plans to Save Humanity

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9:00-10:00pm: Greta Thunberg: Talk Environment: Davos

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1:00-2:00am: Buddha at the Gas Pump : Connie  Zweig: Aging into Awakening

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Greta Thunberg: Talk on Environment: Davos

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Sunday 11-07-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha Dr. :101:Rununciate Life :Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Chakra Meditation: Prabha Duneja

8:00-9:00am: Kirtan

9:00-10:00am: Host Justine Willis TomsNew Dimensions Radio How Poetry Can Transform Our Lives with Jane Hirshfield: Jane Hirshfield believes that poetry can play a transformative role in our lives. “What poems are doing is counterbalancing the mainstream tenor of our culture, which is to do, to be active, to be energetic and to prove one’s self… and one of the messages underlying all poems that move us is that we have nothing at all to prove.” She offers her perspective on beauty and how it cannot exist alone. She takes us behind the scenes into the mind of the poet, and treats us to some of her own poems and her thinking behind them.

3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: TUC Radio : Protecting the Forests of the World:  Professor William Moomaw and Stuart Scott

Protecting the Forests of the World: Prof. Moomaw wrote in 2021: Humanity puts out 11 billion tons of carbon each year - amazingly less than half ends up in the atmosphere. NASA satellite data and research show that a bit more than half of the remaining 6 billion tons of carbon  are going into forests, plants, wetlands and soils. The other 40 - 45% is being absorbed by the oceans. However the extraordinary capacity of forests to absorb carbon is being undermined by world-wide logging and clear-cutting - which ironically turns forests, that could be our best protection from climate disaster - into yet another powerful source of greenhouse gases. William Moomaw is Professor Emeritus of International Environmental Policy at Tufts University.

 

8:00-9:00pm:Upaya Dharma Center Talk: With this Ryokan poem, Hoshi Kigaku Noah Roen ends his Dharma talk exploring the Blue Cliff Record 80, A New Born Baby. A timely koan in Kigaku’s life, just a week shy of his baby’s expected birth. In his inquiry, Kigaku gives us both science’s view on baby consciousness, the Zen literature’s oft-referenced views on ‘…being like a child, like a newborn’ and his own anticipation and excitement to encounter this new consciousness.

‘First, we braid grasses and play tug of war;
then we take turns singing and keeping a kickball in the air.
I kick the ball and they sing, they kick and I sing,
time is forgotten the hours fly.
People passing by point at me and laugh,
‘why are you acting like such a fool’.
I nod my head and don’t answer.
I could say something, but why?
Do you know what’s in my heart?
From the beginning of time,
‘just this, just this’.

9:00-10:00pm: Rumi: Coleman Barks: Just Being Here

1:00-2:00am: Host Justine Willis Toms: New Dimensions Radio How Poetry Can Transform Our Lives with Jane Hirshfield: Jane Hirshfield believes that poetry can play a transformative role in our lives. “What poems are doing is counterbalancing the mainstream tenor of our culture, which is to do, to be active, to be energetic and to prove one’s self… and one of the messages underlying all poems that move us is that we have nothing at all to prove.” She offers her perspective on beauty and how it cannot exist alone. She takes us behind the scenes into the mind of the poet, and treats us to some of her own poems and her thinking behind them.

3:00-4:00am Seed: Upaya Dharma Center Talk: With this Ryokan poem, Hoshi Kigaku Noah Roen ends his Dharma talk exploring the Blue Cliff Record 80, A New Born Baby. A timely koan in Kigaku’s life, just a week shy of his baby’s expected birth. In his inquiry, Kigaku gives us both science’s view on baby consciousness, the Zen literature’s oft-referenced views on ‘…being like a child, like a newborn’ and his own anticipation and excitement to encounter this new consciousness.

Monday 11-08-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: 101:Trangressing Vow: Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Gayatri Mantra: Prahba Duneja

9:00-10:00am: Inner View: Peter Coyote: In Conversation

3:00-330pm: GAIA Carbon foot Print  in the supply chains Suzanne Greene Glasco Scotland 11/2/21

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Eckhart Tolle: Staying conscious in face of Adversity

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Inner View Peter Coyote: In Conversation

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am Seed: : Eckhart Tolle: Staying conscious in face of Adversity

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Tuesday 11-09-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha: 102:Transgressing Vow: Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Tagore: Prabha Duneja

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9:00-10:00am: Dalai Lama: Dignity and Compassion

3:00-330pm: GAIA: Glasgow Climate Conference

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9:00-10:00pm: Shunyamurti: Re - Dreaming the World

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1:00-2:00am: Inner View: Dalai Lama: Dignity and Compassion

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Shunyamurti: Re - Dreaming the World

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Wednesday 11-10-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha:103: Developing Bodhicitta Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation Concept of God in Hinduism: Prabha Duneja

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9:00-10:00am: Jack Kornfield  Dharma Talk on Death :   "Live in joy, in love, even among those who hate. Live in joy, in health, even among the afflicted. Live in joy, in peace, even among the troubled. Look within, be still. Free from fear and attachment, know the sweet joy of the way." —Buddha

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3:00-330pm: GAIA: Glasgow Climate summit Highlight

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9:00-10:00pm: Ganga Ji: Still in Awareness

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1:00-2:00am: Jack Kornfield  Dharma Talk on Death  

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3:00-4:00am: Ganga Ji: Still in Awareness

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Thursday 11-11-21

5:30-7:00am: Lam-rim, Path of the Buddha:104:Developing Bodhicitta Dr. Alexander Berzin

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Mindfulness Meditation: Prahba Duneja

9:00-10:00am: Upaya Zen Center Upaya Dharma Center Talk: With this Ryokan poem, Hoshi Kigaku Noah Roen ends his Dharma talk exploring the Blue Cliff Record 80, A New Born Baby. A timely koan in Kigaku’s life, just a week shy of his baby’s expected birth. In his inquiry, Kigaku gives us both science’s view on baby consciousness, the Zen literature’s oft-referenced views on ‘…being like a child, like a newborn’ and his own anticipation and excitement to encounter this new consciousness.

3:00-330pm:TUC Radio: Protecting the Forests of the World:  Professor William Moomaw and Stuart Scott. Protecting the Forests of the World: Prof. Moomaw wrote in 2021: Humanity puts out 11 billion tons of carbon each year - amazingly less than half ends up in the atmosphere.

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pmHost Justine Willis Toms: New Dimensions Radio How Poetry Can Transform Our Lives with Jane Hirshfield: Jane Hirshfield believes that poetry can play a transformative role in our lives. “What poems are doing is counterbalancing the mainstream tenor of our culture, which is to do, to be active, to be energetic and to prove one’s self… and one of the messages underlying all poems that move us is that we have nothing at all to prove.” She offers her perspective on beauty and how it cannot exist alone. She takes us behind the scenes into the mind of the poet, and treats us to some of her own poems and her thinking behind them

10pm-1:00am: Kirtan

1:00-2:00am: Upaya Dharma Center Talk: With this Ryokan poem, Hoshi Kigaku Noah Roen ends his Dharma talk exploring the Blue Cliff Record 80, A New Born Baby. A timely koan in Kigaku’s life, just a week shy of his baby’s expected birth. In his inquiry, Kigaku gives us both science’s view on baby consciousness, the Zen literature’s oft-referenced views on ‘…being like a child, like a newborn’ and his own anticipation and excitement to encounter this new consciousness.

2:00am-3:00am: Kirtan

3:00-4:00am: Host Justine Willis Toms: New Dimensions Radio How Poetry Can Transform Our Lives with Jane Hirshfield: Jane Hirshfield believes that poetry can play a transformative role in our lives. “What poems are doing is counterbalancing the mainstream tenor of our culture, which is to do, to be active, to be energetic and to prove one’s self… and one of the messages underlying all poems that move us is that we have nothing at all to prove.” She offers her perspective on beauty and how it cannot exist alone. She takes us behind the scenes into the mind of the poet, and treats us to some of her own poems and her thinking behind them

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

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