Tara Brach

Buddhist teache; psychologist; podcaster; founder and guiding teacher, Insight Meditation Community of Washington

Buddhist teacher, psychologist, podcaster, and founder and guiding teacher of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. She is the author of “Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha”and “Trusting the Gold: Uncovering Your Natural Goodness.” 

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KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian talks with renowned Buddhist teacher and psychologist Tara Brach about meditation, mindfulness, and trusting our “inner gold.”

Renowned psychologist Tara Brach on the power of Buddhism in modern therapy

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