KNKB Radio Schedule 11/12 to 11/18

DAY: Friday 11.12.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Contemplation on Shiva  Prabha Duneja

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9:00-10:00am: Philosophy Talk: Frege and the Language of Reason: Guest: John Perry.  Each week Stanford Philosophers engage with lively  philosophical discussion

10:00-11:00am: Dharma talk: Shiv Baba: Episode Six: Return of the Sadhu."   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: Corporate Crime Pays! Synopsis: Law professor Mihailis Diamantis joins us for a lively discussion about why corporations get away with murder – or at least manslaughter – and what systemic changes need to be made to bring corporate criminals to justice. Then, Christopher Shaw, author of “First Class: The U.S. Postal Service, Democracy, and the Corporate Threat” explains how important it is to revive the U.S. Postal Service.

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9:00-10:00pm: Seed: The Noble Journey from Fear to Fearlessness: Pema Chodron Pema Chödrön is an American Tibetan Buddhist. She is an ordained nun, former acharya of Shambhala Buddhism and disciple of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

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1:00-2:00am Inner View: 10:00-11:00am: Dharma talk: 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: Seed: The Noble Journey from Fear to Fearlessness: Pema Chodron

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DAY: Saturday 11.13.21

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 11.14.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation Rabindranath Tagore Bengali poet and philosopher and Albert Einstein Music  Nitin Sawhney

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9:00-10:00am: The Heart Mind Of Buddhism with Ethan Nichtern “Awake-ism,” in Buddhist teacher Nichtern’s view, means to be aware, open, and compassionate. He looks at Buddhist thought as a useful psychological, philosophical, and ethical system that anyone can make use of. We can all agree that living an awake life is a good thing. His advice for living in these times is to maintain our awareness as we move between very personal spaces and collective spaces.  Host Justine Willis Toms: New Dimensions Radio Ethan Nichtern is a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition and the founder of the Interdependence Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to secular Buddhist study as it applies to transformational activism, mindful arts and media projects, and Western psychology. Nichtern has taught meditation and Buddhist studies classes and retreats across the United States since 2002. He is based in New York City.

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3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: Hoodwinked in the Hothouse - Indigenous Resistance to Climate False Solutions By all records fossil fuel burning has increased in spite of the quarter century long efforts of the United Nations conferences of parties, now in Glasgow with COP26. That’s in part due to the power of Big Oil corporations - but also because of the promotion of - and subsidies to False Solutions. One of the speakers on this program calls the Conferences of Parties literally a Festival of False Solutions. That includes: nuclear power, fracking and so-called natural gas, mega-dams and hydro-power, hydrogen, bio-energy, waste incineration and land fill gas and more. Most of these False Solutions have disproportionately affected indigenous and poor communities - but their sacrifices as well as their resistance and victories have remained unknown or been ignored. In preparation of COP26 the webinar Hoodwinked in the Hothouse was posted on the channel of the Indigenous Environmental Network.

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8:00-9:00pm: Upaya Zen Center Compassion for All Outer Beings is Difficult Without Compassion for All Inner Beings In this Wednesday night Dharma Talk, Dr. Richard Schwartz starts us off by orienting the audience with the fundamentals of Internal Family Systems. He further expands, by suggesting that we can only be compassionate with others if we learn how to be calm, curious, and compassionate with our internal parts. He ends the discussion with a small practice for us to get to know our internal parts, or so-called our, ‘defenders‘ and ‘exiles‘. Join us for this powerful talk and practice.

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9:00-10:00pm: Rumi: : Coleman Barks RUMI: What was Said to the Rose

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11:00-12:00am: Contemplation Rabindranath Tagore Bengali poet and philosopher and Albert Einstein meet   Nitin Sawhney

1:00-2:00am: The Heart Mind Of Buddhism with Ethan Nichtern “Awake-ism,” in Buddhist teacher Nichtern’s view, means to be aware, open, and compassionate. He looks at Buddhist thought as a useful psychological, philosophical, and ethical system that anyone can make use of.

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3:00-4:00am: Upaya Zen Center Compassion for All Outer Beings is Difficult Without Compassion for All Inner Beings In this Wednesday night Dharma Talk, Dr. Richard Schwartz starts us off by orienting the audience with the fundamentals of Internal Family Systems. He further expands, by suggesting that we can only be compassionate with others if we learn how to be calm, curious, and compassionate with our internal parts.

Monday 11.15.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Swami Vivekananda’s experience of the Divine Mother Kali | Swami Mahayogananda

9:00-10:00am:: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 1 of 4)Renowned artist, sculptress, and Tewa leader, Roxanne Swentzell, speaks to the incredible journey of re-establishing the pre-European Tewa diet. Through the process of re-encountering mother-salt, re-learning the ancient methods of processing and storing food, and doing it in community, Roxanne shows us how inextricably linked our very blood and bones are to our land, how important it is for us to find this visceral connection, and how that bond re-aligns our physical, psychological and spiritual health. Upaya Zen Center

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3:00-330pm: GAIA: SAVE Your SEEDS! Vandana Shiva

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9:00-10:00pm: Sacred Art of Eating Lisa Tremont Ota Have you ever considered that you have a relationship with food? Does your relationship with food need healing? Are you aware that what you eats impacts much more than your physical well-being?     A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with degrees in nutrition and spirituality, Lisa is uniquely qualified to help us understand our dynamic relationship with food. Her passion about the unbreakable links between food and spirituality is the result of over twenty years of academic, professional, and personal exploration. In 1987, she graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science . In 1990, she earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health Nutrition from UC Berkeley with High Honors. In 1996, and a Master’s Degree in Culture and Creation Spirituality from Holy Names College, and is a Shamanic Soul Coach with certification from the Integrative Arts Institute. Lisa is a contributing author to two recent books

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11:00-12:00: Contemplation: Swami Vivekananda’s experience of the Divine Mother Kali | Swami Mahayogananda

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1:00-2:00am: Upaya Zen Center: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 1 of 4)Renowned artist, sculptress, and Tewa leader, Roxanne Swentzell, speaks to the incredible journey of re-establishing the pre-European Tewa diet. Through the process of re-encountering mother-salt, re-learning the ancient methods of processing and storing food, and doing it in community, Roxanne shows us how inextricably linked our very blood and bones are to our land, how important it is for us to find this visceral connection, and how that bond re-aligns our physical, psychological and spiritual health.

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Sacred Art of Eating Lisa Tremont Ota: Sacred Art of Eating Lisa Tremont Ota Have you ever considered that you have a relationship with food? Does your relationship with food need healing? Are you aware that what you eats impacts much more than your physical well-being?

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Tuesday 11.16.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Surrender Thich Nhat Hahn

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9:00-10:00am: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 2 of 4)  Wendy Johnson begins by reminding us of the previous day’s planting of the three sisters in the Upaya garden. The ancient sisters of squash, beans, and corn. In such difficult times, gardening as a practice allows us to not look away from our grief. It is of the utmost importance to stop, not turn away, and look deeply to grieve. Upaya Zen Center Podcast

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3:00-330pm: GAIA: Dennis Martinez Forest Restore

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9:00-10:00pm: Loss as a Spiritual Path: Mira Bai Star

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11:00pm-12:00am: Contemplation: Surrender Thich Nhat Hahn

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1:00-2:00am: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 2 of 4)  Wendy Johnson begins by reminding us of the previous day’s planting of the three sisters in the Upaya garden. The ancient sisters of squash, beans, and corn. In such difficult times, gardening as a practice allows us to not look away from our grief. It is of the utmost importance to stop, not turn away, and look deeply to grieve Upaya Zen Center Podcast

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3:00-4:00am Seed: : Loss as a Spiritual Path: Mira Bai Star

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Wednesday 11.17.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Ram Dass: Our Spiritual Journey (WBAI NYC)

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9:00-10:00am:   Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 3 of 4)  Konda Mason speaks about her work with Jubilee Justice in addressing wealth and inequality because of black land loss.  To remedy the exploitation and loss of black land, Jubilee Justice’s work focuses on three main spheres: Journeys, the Rice Project, and Potlikker Capital. Journey convenes transformative gatherings in addressing the internalized racism and capitalism we hold within. The Rice Project, empowers black farmers through ‘…regenerative farming and cooperative ownership…’, and Potlikker Capital ‘…supplies reparative capital and legal services.’ Upaya Zen Center Podcast

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3:00-4:00pm: GAIA:  Greta Thunberg: Averting Climate Catastrophe

3:30-9:00pm: Kirtan

9:00-10:00pm: Wonder Mystic Awe & Gratitude Jack Kornfield

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11pm-12:00am: Contemplation: Ram Dass: Our Spiritual Journey (WBAI NYC)

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1:00-2:00am::  Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 3 of 4)  Konda Mason speaks about her work with Jubilee Justice in addressing wealth and inequality because of black land loss.  Upaya Zen Center

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3:00-4:00am: Wonder Mystic Awe & Gratitude Jack Kornfield

4:00-5:30am: Kirtan

Thursday 11.18.21

3:00-330pm: GAIA: TUC Radio - Hoodwinked in the Hothouse - Indigenous Resistance to Climate False Solutions

DAY: Thursday 11.18.21

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

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

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9:00-10:00am:: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 4 of 4)Stephanie Kaza braids all the previous talks to present a conceptual lens in showcasing how farming, gardening, and ecology are fundamentally issues of justice. What is the role of an awakened action? How do justice and culture regenerate the soil and human health? How can we reckon with the past, be responsible today and shift our human relationships with ourselves and the earth from the ever-dominant models of extraction and consumption?

3:00-330pm: GAIA: TUC Radio - Hoodwinked in the Hothouse - Indigenous Resistance to Climate False Solutions

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9:00-10:00pm: Milarepa The Master and is Teachings  Andrew Quintman: Judy Lief,  Tenzing  lamsaang  Nikko Odiseos

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11:00pm-12:00am : Contemplation: Gayatri Mantra

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1:00-2:00am: Planting Life, Growing Justice (Part 4 of 4), Stephanie Kaza braids all the previous talks to present a conceptual lens in showcasing how farming, gardening, and ecology are fundamentally issues of justice. What is the role of an awakened action? How do justice and culture regenerate the soil and human health? How can we reckon with the past, be responsible today and shift our human relationships with ourselves and the earth from the ever-dominant models of extraction and consumption? Upaya Zen Center Podcast

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Inner View Milarepa The Master and is Teachings: Andrew Quintman: Judy Lief,  Tenzing  lamsaang  Nikko Odiseos

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