KNKB Radio Schedule 11/19 to 11/25

DAY: Friday 11-19-21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Three Poisons of Enlightenment David Richo

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9:00-10:00am: Philosophy Talk: The Social Lives of Robots

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.

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3:00-4:00pm: Ralph Nader Radio Hour: Noam ChomskyRalph spends the whole hour with the incomparable Noam Chomsky to discuss a whole raft of issues, including the climate crisis, the military budget, healthcare, challenging the corporate structure, reforming both the tax system and our elections, how the Democrats have abandoned the working class, and whether the U.S. will be able to fend off fascism. Noam Chomsky American linguist, philosopher and activist

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9:00-10:00pm: Rabbi Friedman: The soul and the Afterlife where do we go from here? After Life Manis Friedman American rabbi: Manis Friedman is a Chabad Lubavitch Hassid, Schlaich, rabbi, author, social philosopher and public speaker. He is also the dean of the Bias Chana Institute of Jewish Studies.

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1:00-2:00am Inner View: Philosophy Talk:  The Social Lives of Robots

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3:00-4:00am:  Rabbi Friedman: The soul and the Afterlife where do we go from here? After Life Manis Friedman American rabbiManis Friedman is a Chabad Lubavitch Hassid, Schlaich, rabbi, author, social philosopher and public speaker. He is also the dean of the Bias Chana Institute of Jewish Studies.

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DAY: Saturday 11.20.21

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

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8:00-10:00am: Buddha at the Gas pump Babaji Bob Kindler Babaji Bob Kindler began his formal spiritual training in Yoga and Vedanta in 1970 at the age of twenty. After more than a decade of spiritual austerities and extensive study of the scriptures in Eastern Traditions, he received initiation into the Ramakrishna lineage by Swami Ashwagandha, a direct disciple of Sri Sarada Devi, wife and spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa. He also received guidance and instruction from Swami Nitya svarupananda, another direct disciple of Holy Mother, and training in ritualistic worship from Swami Damodaran Anda, both of the Ramakrishna Order as well.

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3:00-330pm: Big Brains Radio Podcast: Unlocking the Secrets of Black Holes Andrea M. Ghez:  is an American astrophysicist and professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focuses on the center of the Milky Way galaxy

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9:00-10:00pmDr. S. Rajasekaran with Sadhguru - In Conversation with the Mystic

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1:00-3:15am  Buddha at the Gas Pump: Babaji Bob Kindler: Babaji Bob Kindler began his formal spiritual training in Yoga and Vedanta in 1970 at the age of twenty. After more than a decade of spiritual austerities and extensive study of the scriptures in Eastern Traditions, he received initiation into the Ramakrishna lineage by Swami Ashwagandha, a direct disciple of Sri Sarada Devi, wife and spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa. He also received guidance and instruction from Swami Nitya svarupananda, another direct disciple of Holy Mother, and training in ritualistic worship from Swami Damodaran Anda, both of the Ramakrishna Order as well.

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Sunday 11.21.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Sanskrit :Gabriela Burnel

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9:00-10:00am: New Dimensions Radio: Host Justine Willis Toms The Direct Route To Abiding Peace with Gail Brenner, Ph.D.  Are we limited, damaged, and inadequate? Gail Brenner says we are not. She understands that the self-help movement can be useful, but believes that we possess the capacity to spontaneously find inner peace. She shares ideas for shedding the stories and thought patterns that bring about negative feelings. “The end of suffering is possible in any moment; we don’t need to keep searching for it,” she says. Brenner feels that the act of seeking implies that we think there’s something wrong that needs to be fixed. “Self-help is seeking for something outside ourselves that we think we don’t have.” She also believes that it is important to welcome and observe the feelings that are contributing to our suffering because we can learn from them. “Our attention to our experience is power because it comes from this place of infinite life…when we’re in touch with that, these conditioned patterns of thoughts and feelings begin to unravel .”:Gail Brenner, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and blogger.

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3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: TUC Radio – 3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: TUC Radio - Hoodwinked in the Hot House - Leonardo Figueroa Holland, Tom Gold tooth and Ananda Tan Hoodwinked in the Hot House - Leonardo Figueroa Holland, Tom Goldtooth and Ananda Tan (Streamed live on Sep 21, 2021)

This is another webinar on Indigenous Resistance to Climate False Solutions. This one was co-sponsored by the New School in New York City with the Indigenous Environmental Network as key organizer. The IEN was founded in 1990 within the United States. They are supporting Indigenous communities and Tribal Governments in the US and abroad in protecting sacred sites, land, water, and air. Tom Goldtooth has served as executive director of the IEN since 1996.The New School is a private research university in New York City. Its original mission was to serve academic freedom, intellectual inquiry and be a home for progressive thinkers This News School sponsored webinar took place during New York City Climate Week on September 21, 2021, in preparation of the Conference of Parties, the COP 26, in Glasgow.

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8:00-9:00pm: Upaya Zen Center Talk by John Dunne Self-hate is a particularly modern, western phenomenon. Buddhist literature up until the 21st century lacks any notion of self-compassion. Why is that? Compassion garners a large role with the advent of the Mahayana movement, in its capacity to liberate us from the second veil of ignorance, the distinction between self and other, self and world. Going beyond the Arhat, ‘…the point of the Buddha is to serve others to free themselves… they are great teachers…’ who free others by teaching them the nature of reality. ‘True awakening is free from perspective,…teaching from the standpoint of others…. Buddha’s don’t have opinions!’ The West’s ‘subjective turn’ sees an emphasis on the ‘self’, a story-telling of the ‘self’. A self-focusing with strong correlations to depression. A possible reframing of compassion in the form of renunciation can provide us with the motivation to free sentient beings from suffering’, but without turning the self into an object or story, without the self-soothing, ‘…dropping into the pain and letting go of the story…getting good at not taking the story of the self seriously. John Dunne PHD. Holds a  Harvard University, holds the distinguished chair in Contemplative Humanities  an endowed position created through the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

9:00-10:00pm: Rumi:  Coleman Barks

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11:00-12:00am Contemplation: Sanskrit :Gabriela Burnel

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1:00-2:00am: Host Justine Willis Toms: New Dimensions Radio Host Justine Willis Toms The Direct Route To Abiding Peace with Gail Brenner, Ph.D.  Are we limited, damaged, and inadequate? Gail Brenner says we are not. She understands that the self-help movement can be useful, but believes that we possess the capacity to spontaneously find inner peace. She shares ideas for shedding the stories and thought patterns that bring about negative feelings. “The end of suffering is possible in any moment; we don’t need to keep searching for it,” she says. Brenner feels that the act of seeking implies that we think there’s something wrong that needs to be fixed. “Self-help is seeking for something outside ourselves that we think we don’t have.” She also believes that it is important to welcome and observe the feelings that are contributing to our suffering because we can learn from them. “Our attention to our experience is power because it comes from this place of infinite life…when we’re in touch with that, these conditioned patterns of thoughts and feelings begin to unravel .”:Gail Brenner, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and blogger

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Upaya Zen Center Talk by John Dunne Self-hate is a particularly modern, western phenomenon. Buddhist literature up until the 21st century lacks any notion of self-compassion. Why is that? Compassion garners a large role with the advent of the Mahayana movement, in its capacity to liberate us from the second veil of ignorance, the distinction between self and other, self and world. Going beyond the Arhat, ‘…the point of the Buddha is to serve others to free themselves… they are great teachers…’ who free others by teaching them the nature of reality. ‘True awakening is free from perspective,…teaching from the standpoint of others…. Buddha’s don’t have opinions!’ The West’s ‘subjective turn’ sees an emphasis on the ‘self’, a story-telling of the ‘self’. A self-focusing with strong correlations to depression. A possible reframing of compassion in the form of renunciation can provide us with the motivation to free sentient beings from suffering’, but without turning the self into an object or story, without the self-soothing, ‘…dropping into the pain and letting go of the story…getting good at not taking the story of the self seriously. John Dunne PHD. Holds a  Harvard University, holds the distinguished chair in Contemplative Humanities  an endowed position created through the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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Monday 11.22.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation Shunyamurti :Be Free of the  Ego's Chaos

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9:00-10:00am:  A Just Transition: Winona La Duke

3:00-330pm: GAIA Genetics Lottery

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10:00pm: Rabbi Friedman: After life Where do We Go From Here?

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11pm-12:00am: Contemplation Shunyamurti :Be Free of the  Ego's Chaos

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1:00-2:00am: A Just Transition: Winona La Duke

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3:00-4:00am: Rabbi Friedman: After life Where do We Go From Here?

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Tuesday 11.23.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation sllow things to unfold and you will find your purpose in life: Peggy Oki

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9:00-10:00am: Inner View: Two Muslim women speak on their views on the wearing of hijab What does the Quran really say about a Muslim woman's hijab? | Samina Ali what does the Quran really say about a Muslim woman’s hijab Samina Ali :The Muslims you cannot see :Sahar Ghazi

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3:00-330pm: TUC Radio: Hoodwinked in the Hot House - Leonardo Figueroa Holland, Tom Gold tooth and Ananda Tan Hoodwinked in the Hot House - Leonardo Figueroa Holland, Tom Goldtooth and Ananda Tan (Streamed live on Sep 21, 2021)

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9:00-10:00pm: A National Call for A Moral Revival: Rev. William Barber Opening  with poet Azura Tyabaji: William Barber II: Civil rights leader from North Carolina William J. Barber II is an American Protestant minister and social activist. He is the President and Senior Lecturer at Repairers of the Breach and co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.

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11pm-12:00am Contemplation slow things to unfold and you will find your purpose in life: Peggy Oki

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1:00-2:00am: Inner View: Two Muslim women speak on their views on the wearing of hijab:  What does the Quran really say about a Muslim woman’s hijab Samina Ali : The Muslims you cannot see :Sahar Ghazi

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3:00-4:00am: A National Call for A Moral Revival: Rev. William Barber Opening  with poet Azura Tyabaji: William Barber II: Civil rights leader from North Carolina William J. Barber II is an American Protestant minister and social activist. He is the President and Senior Lecturer at Repairers of the Breach and co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.

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Wednesday 11.24.21

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

7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Rhonda Magee & Karen Kanko: Deconstructing Race: Liberating the Racist Mind

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9:00-10:00am: :  Richard Rohr: Be Present: Be Here Now

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3:00-330pm: Science of Happiness

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9:00-10:00pm:Vandana Shiva: Self Care Remaining Resilient

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11pm-12:00am: Rhonda Magee & Karen Kanko: Deconstructing Race: Liberating the Racist Mind

1:00-2:00am:  Richard Rohr: Be Present: Be Here Now

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3:00-4:00am: Vandana  Shiva: Self Care Remaining Resilient

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Thursday 11.25.21

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

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7:00-8:00am: Contemplation: Death as an Adviser to life Roshi Joan Halifax Vanessa Callison-Burch, Frank Ostaseski, Ram Dass

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9:00-10:00am: Ram Dass Sacred in the Everyday

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3:00-330pm:Gaia: Ute wisdom language and creation Story: Larry Cesspooch

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9:00-10:00pm: Basic Human Needs Wavy Gravy

11pm-12:00am: Contemplation: Death as an Adviser to life Roshi Joan Halifax Vanessa Callison-Burch, Frank Ostaseski, Ram Dass

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1:00-2:00am: Ram Dass Sacred in the Everyday

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3:00-4:00am Seed: Contemplation: Death as an Adviser to life Roshi Joan Halifax Vanessa Callison-Burch, Frank Ostaseski, Ram Dass

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