Stephen Doetsu Snyder offers yearly mentorships, rare opportunities to work one-on-one with an experienced practitioner and seasoned dharma teacher. You can learn more about his 2024 mentoring program, Soothing the Longing Heart, here.
Adam Unger interviewed Stephen on his podcast to discuss:
- Stephen’s experience as an attorney
- the beginning of Stephen’s meditation practice
- how to integrate spirituality into our work lives
You can view recording below or stream audio here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBPBHZ0ymLw
Thank you, Adam for inviting Stephen to speak with you on The Adam Unger Podcast.
The Wellspring Institute recently shared an article about Stephen’s newest book Trust in Awakening in their Wise Brain Bulletin.
You can view the article here: https://www.wisebrain.org/tools/wise-brain-bulletin/volume-16-6?#trust-in-awakening
The article features information about the Stephen’s inspiration for writing the book as well as an extended excerpt.
Rick Archer at the Buddha at the Gas Pump (BatGap) program recently interviewed Stephen about his path to meditation practice, his writing, and concepts Buddhist of self, ethical behavior, awakening, and the absolute.
You can view the recording below, or on the BatGap website: batgap.com/stephen-snyder
Thank you, Rick, for welcoming Stephen to your program!
Stephen joined Steve James at the Guru Viking podcast for this bonus episode in which he offered a guided Absolute Peace Meditation.
Stephen’s students have found this meditation helpful when working with the fear and anguish of the war in Ukraine.
The discussion delved into topics of energetic resonance of awakening, facsimiles of awakening, confusion around awakening, how to work with intensity and blocks, fear of no-self, and much more.
Thank you to James Burns for inviting Stephen as a guest for a wonderful dharma discussion on the inaugural episode of JB Podcast.
James’s thoughtful questions invited an interesting discussion about jhāna (absorption concentration), Four Elements meditation, and how the ancient Buddhist heart practices can lead to transcendent states arising within awareness and consciousness.