Recorded Talks by Pamela Weiss

Choose selection below to listen.

Click below to listen to talks given at the Brooklyn Zen Center, Genjo Koan Retreat:

Click here to listen to a talk given at the Gay Buddhist Fellowship called Being Human

The Eighthfold Noble Path

Self and Non-Self

Mindfulness and Listening

The Brahma Viharas:

Boundless Qualities of the Heart: Loving-kindness, Compassion, Joy & Equanimity

August 2011 Retreat at Jikoji

The Four Noble Truths

The Hero's Journey & Life of the Buddha

Walking the Bodhisattva Path: Cultivating the Paramitas

Dependent Origination

The Three Characteristics

The Five Attitudes for Meditation and Life

The Five Spiritual Faculties


"Bodhisattvas understand that we are part of an intimate web of inter-being; that no one of us can be free unless all of us are free; that our well-being as humans is intricately tied to the health and well-being of the planet; that how we care for ourselvs is part and parcel of how we care for each other, and for the world."

—Pamela Weiss,
Founder, Appropriate Response

Guided Meditations

"Mindfulness is powerful tool for cultivating patience and presence. For me, it has been a life changing experience.

At work, mindfulness has allowed me to lead my team of 2,000 people with ease and confidence. In my personal life, it has allowed me to deal with the inevitable challenges that arise with more grace and dignity."

–John L. Hall,
Senior Vice President,
Oracle University

Other recorded dharma talks may be downloaded from the following websites: