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The Gen-X 2019 Podcast

On Fri, 28 June, 2019 - 22:43
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Candradasa

At the end of this podcast you’ll discover about six minutes of musical joy as we’re played out by the amazing marimba band from Great Vow Zen Monastery, hosts of the 2019 Generation-X Dharma Teachers conference near Portland, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA

But before that… A terrific round-table conversation with some of the organizers and participants gathering to look at ethics and power dynamics in the life of Buddhist communities. Join Candradasa, Rebecca Li, Lama Rod Owens, Singhashri and Vimalasara to hear about a strong few days exploring how we learn from the past as sanghas and support each other well as the torch is passed from one generation to another. 

Recorded at Great Vow Zen Monastery, June 2019.

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Vidyamala's picture

Really appreciated listening to this. Thanks everyone who made it happen 

sraddhadipa's picture

Thankyou all. That was a very heartening podcast hearing how you are all learning from each other, building friendships, sharing inspirations and integrating the lessons being learned from the generation of pioneers. 

Munisha's picture

Thank you! Good to hear back from you all. xx Munisha

Lizashley's picture

Excellent that the future is about Buddhists of all different lineages coming together and sharing experience, and about how Buddhists engage and interact with the world. SADHU!