#407. How a Buddhist Teacher Gets Unstuck | Matthew Hepburn
It’s the second episode of our Getting Unstuck Series. In this episode, Buddhist teacher and TPH fan favorite Matthew Hepburn offers a Buddhist lens on getting unstuck across many facets of our lives: from our relationship with technology to the difficulty we sometimes experience when asking for help.
Matthew Hepburn is a graduate of the IMS/Spirit Rock four-year teacher training program and the host of the Twenty Percent Happier Podcast. In this episode, Matthew will explain why joining a meditation challenge can be useful for anyone, whether you’re booting up, rebooting, or simply seeking to maintain a meditation practice. We also explore how incorporating simple phrases throughout the day can help us rewire our brains and reimagine our existence.
Join us for Getting Unstuck – our free 14-day meditation challenge, featuring Matthew and other great meditation teachers. The challenge starts on January 3, over on the Ten Percent Happier app. Click here to get started.
Where to find Matthew Hepburn online:
- Listen to Matthew on the Twenty Percent Happier podcast
Other Resources Mentioned:
- Cambridge Insight Meditation Center
- Shunryu Suzuki Roshi
- San Francisco Zen Center
- Catherine Price, How to Break Up with Your Phone
- Catherine Price on the TPH Podcast, Redefining Your Relationship with Your Phone
- Oliver Burkeman
- Jonathan Franzen, “What If We Stopped Pretending?”
- Insight Meditation Society
- Joseph Goldstein
- Phrases for Stress (Joseph’s course on the TPH app)
- Ram Dass
- How Can I Help? Stories and Reflections on Service, by Ram Dass and Paul Gorman
- Koshin Paley Ellison on the TPH Podcast