Meditation, Buddhist Spirituality, & Exploring Our Humanity. {Video}

Via on Oct 4, 2011

Here is a recent interview I did for a local television program hosted by David C. McMillian. The volume starts low and dips occasionally, but I thought the material was relevant and interesting, so I decided to share it with everyone. Hope you enjoy it; headphones are advised.

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Ben Riggs is the director of the Refuge Meditation Group in Shreveport, LA. Ben writes extensively about Buddhist & Christian spirituality and politics for The Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, The Web of Enlightenment, and is the editor & chief for Henry Harbor--an online magazine concerned with art, culture, spirituality, & politics in the deep South. To keep up with all of his work follow him on Facebook or Twitter. Looking for a real bio? Click here to read my story....

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3 Responses to “Meditation, Buddhist Spirituality, & Exploring Our Humanity. {Video}”

  1. yogiclarebear says:

    Ben this is excellent. Congrats on the publicity for Refuge. You represent the practice and philosophies of meditation in a wonderful and strong way here. Thank you for sharing this! I really enjoyed it Ben.

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