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Welcome to the Rebel Buddhist™ Podcast, where I help you free your mind so you can free your life. This podcast is for the rebellious ones. The wild people. I share my stories and what I’ve learned about being a rebel soul who wants to tame her mind…but not her life. It’s led to plenty of adventures and misadventures. I’ve learned tons of tools that combine Buddhist psychology, real-world mindfulness, cognitive coaching, and modern brain science – sort of like if Buddhism and science had a love child. I want to share them with you as we walk this path together. I’m not sharing this as a dharma teacher, but as a fellow practitioner with some street cred. Welcome to my world.


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Ep. 132: Red Flags in Relationships

This week’s episode is all about “red flags” in our relationships. We’ll jam on what to do when we notice a red flag, what happens when we choose to ignore a red flag… and why we even choose to ignore them in the first place.

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Ep. 130: The Importance of Generosity

Welcome to the first of a two-part conversation about essential pillars of happiness that are often glossed over as sort of “spiritual practice 101.” This week we’re going to talk about generosity, and why it’s so important to us feeling content, and even joy. Plus, we’ll look at some ways we can practice generosity in our everyday lives.

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Ep. 129: How to Reparent Ourselves

This week’s podcast episode is about how we can address the needs that weren’t met by our caretakers when we were children so that we stop trying to get other people – like our partners/friends/family – to meet them for us. We chat about how we can create a reality where those needs are met by ourselves through reparenting, without resentment. Plus, I explain why it’s important for us to rely on ourselves to meet those needs instead of other people (even though it would be oh-so-sweet if that happened;).

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Ep. 128: Bearing Witness – Who Did You Tell?

Peter Levine said, “Trauma is not what happens to us, but what we hold inside in the absence of an empathetic witness.” Bearing witness and being witnessed is what we talk about today.

We’ll explore why it matters who acknowledged our suffering and/or who we told – and why the answer is usually, “No one.” We also dive into the importance of having (and being) an empathetic witness when healing from trauma – and healing our communities.

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