Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: 7 Questions with Buddhist Meditation Teacher Sharon Salzberg.

Via on Mar 7, 2011

Walk The Talk Show with Waylon Lewis was recently honored to host meditation expert Sharon Salzberg for an interview at our HQ (home/office) about Buddhism and her new book. See below for the “seven” question speed round with Sharon.

Full interview will be posted shortly.

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3 Responses to “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis: 7 Questions with Buddhist Meditation Teacher Sharon Salzberg.”

  1. Dan Slanger says:

    Sharon Salzberg is awesome. Thanks for this. (Great Redford shots at the end, too.)

  2. Heather says:

    She is so lovely—and seemed to enjoy her chat with Waylon. And I agree with the previous comment on Redford.

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