David Nichtern on The Stuart Watkins Podcast

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David Nichtern is a senior Buddhist teacher, meditation guide
and Emmy award winning composer and musician. David is a senior teacher in the lineage of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. This tradition combines a contemporary, secular approach to meditation with the ancient practices and philosophies of Tibetan Buddhism.

David has been the Director of Karme Choling Meditation Center in Vermont (USA), Director of Buddhist Studies and Practice at OM Yoga Center (NYC), and Director of the Dharmadhatu Meditation Center in Los Angeles. He teaches meditation workshops and teacher training programs around the world and online, and also mentors individual students in person and via Skype.

David has created and taught meditation teacher trainer programs for OM yoga, Empowered Yoga, Kaia Yoga, Metrowest Yoga, Samarasa Center, True Nature Yoga (Tokyo), and Journey Meditation. He has also been a business consultant with companies creating a variety of offerings integrating meditation in a larger health and well-being context – including including Balanced Athlete, Journey Meditation, The Center for Health & Healing, and Om Births, among others.

He has been a featured writer and regular contributor to The Huffington Post. His book “Awakening From the Daydream: Re-imagining The Buddha’s Wheel of Life”, was released by Wisdom Publications in October, 2016. David has several online meditation workshops available through CreativeLive.com.

Nichtern is also a well known composer, producer and guitarist – a four-time Emmy winner and a two-time Grammy nominee. He is the founder of Dharma Moon and 5 Points Records. He has recorded and played with Stevie Wonder, Jerry Garcia, Lana Del Rey, Maria Muldaur, Paul Simon and many others. Among his many credits in records, film and TV, David wrote the classic song “Midnight at the Oasis” and composed the score for Christopher Guest’s film “The Big Picture”. As the Beyman Bros, he collaborated with Guest and CJ Vanston on an album “Memories of Summer as a Child”, and has produced multiple records for and periodically tours with Grammy nominated kirtan performer Krishna Das.

Be sure to check out David’s latest book. You can buy it here.
And his book Awakening from the Daydream: Reimagining the Buddha’s Wheel of Life definitely needs a spot on your bookshelf.

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I hope you enjoy my conversation with David Nichtern.

With love,

Stu

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