Noah Rasheta is a Buddhist teacher, lay minister, and author, as well as the host of the podcast Secular Buddhism. He teaches mindfulness and Buddhist philosophy online and in workshops all around the world. He works with others to make the world a better place as he studies, embodies, and teaches the fundamentals of Buddhist philosophy, integrating Buddhist teachings with modern science, humanism, and humor. He lives in Kamas, Utah, with his wife and three kids.
What We’ll Learn
What inspired Noah to create the Secular Buddhism Podcast, as well as the other components that continue to influence his work.
Define what is meant by the term, “secular Buddhism” and identify what differentiates this path from a religious one.
How the teachings of Buddhism provide simple and accessible strategies for creating lifestyle change that leads to improved mental health.
Particular teachings that would be most helpful for someone struggling with a mental health challenge or a chronic health condition.
Participate in a guided mindfulness meditation experience
Ways to learn more about Noah’s work and how to contact him
Noah’s website: https://secularbuddhism.com/
Noah’s books: Secular Buddhism http://a.co/d/2WjXakH
No-Nonsense Buddhism for Beginners http://a.co/d/cRI1BqZ
The 5 Minute Mindfulness Journal. http://a.co/d/iS0EzwV
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Secularbuddhism/
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/444261245905970/
If you or your loved one is in need of support, the following toll-free numbers offer everything from crisis counseling to mental health treatment referrals in your area. Help is available. You do not need to suffer in silence.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 (24 hours 7 days a week).
NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness: 1-800-NAMI (6264). They are available M-F from 10am-6pm EST.
SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline: 1-877-726-4727. They are available M-F from 8am-8pm EST.
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