If you have Itunes, click on podcasts in the beginning of your library and you can find a world of interesting things.. I just searched "Buddhism" and found some free ones, ie Buddhist Geeks. I am not necessarily advocating their podcast I don't know much about it really, I just heard the one with Mama Zen and thought it was inspiring. We are all new at podcasts so don't be hard on yourself about not knowing that stuff Kythe. I just discovered them last year and have really only enjoyed Dan Savage (yes I admit it) and some NPR live concert series stuff. But there is so much out there.
Kythe before my son was born my Dh and I took a trip to Colorado to an amazing Tibetan Buddhist community (mentioned in earlier comment) and learned a Prajna Paramitra practice. The Heart Sutra is is very special to me for many reasons. I too need could use to practice it more. Gate Gate Para Gate Para Sum Gate Bodhisatva. And yet that is the practice of being a mother eh.. Not enough cushion time.
So here is a question that is coming up for me with everyone talking about Meditation and having my own confusing and sometimes clarifying experiences with it for the last 16 years, I am wondering if anyone wants to speak on what Meditation means for them personally. I would like to hear anything that comes up for you, or your training and especially your process. Thanks for sharing Kythe your comment got me thinking about this.