I’ve just launched a new series of audio and video talks called “Conversations on the Spiritual Path”. When I shared with a friend of mine, Stacey Green, that I was about to do this she said that the first conversation should be about me. People should get to know me and who I am. So, she proceeded to interview me and ask 9 questions nobody has asked me before. The interview was quite long so I broke it up into 3 parts.
Below is the first part of the interview. You can also view it on my YouTube channel.
In part 1, Stacey asks
1. So, what’s the deal with the name Dandapani? Is that your ‘monk’ given name, if there is such a thing? Do you have a last name? It rolls off my tongue now, but when we first met I was like, Danda-huh? What’s the funniest thing someone’s ever called you.
2. One of my favorite things about you, is I know you practice what you preach. When’s the last time you had a teachable moment in your own life and struggled with your own teachings?
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