Tag Archives: the middle way

The MWS Podcast 29: What is your understanding of the Middle Way? 1.

I normally pose the above question or something similar to people I interview for the podcasts. I thought it might be interesting to create a regular compilation of their responses. This first ‘batch’ include Vidyamala Burch, Julian Adkins, Iain McGilchrist, Stephen Batchelor, Peter Goble, John Bolwell, Emilie Åberg and Norma Smith. If you would like to hear the full interviews, you can find them here.

MWS Podcast 29: What is the Middle Way 1 as audio only:
Download audio: MWS_Podcast_29_WITMW1

The MWS Podcast: Episode 8, Peter Goble

In this latest member profile, Peter Goble, talks about his career in nursing, his experience of living and working in Africa, his work as a Buddhist chaplain, both in prisons and hospices and why he joined the society.

MWS Podcast 8: Peter Goble as audio only:
Download audio: MWS_Podcast_8_Peter_Goble

Previous podcasts:

Episode 7: The author Stephen Batchelor on his work with photography and collage.
Episode 6: Iain McGilchrist, author of the Master and his Emissary.
Episode 5: Julian Adkins on introducing MWP to his meditation group in Edinburgh
Episode 4: Daren Dewitt on Nonviolent communiction.
Episode 3: Vidyamala Burch on her new book “Mindfulness for Health”.
Episode 2: Norma Smith on why she joined the society, art, agnosticism and metaphor.
Episode 1 : Robert M. Ellis on the skill of critical thinking.