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Episode 20 :: Stephen Schettini :: It Begins With Silence – The Art of Mindful Reflection

| April 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 20 :: Stephen Schettini :: It Begins With Silence – The Art of Mindful Reflection

Stephen Schettini Stephen Schettini joins us to speak about his book, It Begins With Silence – The Art of Mindful Reflection. For many of us, the practice of mindfulness is not simply a practice, something we do. It’s the way we live, moment by moment… or at least we try to. And though mindfulness is […]

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Episode 19 :: Dr. Lynette Monteiro and Dr. Frank Musten :: Mindfulness Starts Here: An Eight-Week Guide to Skillful Living

| April 5, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 19 :: Dr. Lynette Monteiro and Dr. Frank Musten :: Mindfulness Starts Here: An Eight-Week Guide to Skillful Living

Dr. Lynette Monteiro Dr. Lynette Monteiro and Dr. Frank Musten join us to speak about their book Mindfulness Starts Here: An Eight-Week Guide to Skillful Living. For many of us, taking an eight week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program is a transformative introduction to the practice. Not everyone, however, is located near a program, or […]

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Episode 18 :: Martin Aylward :: Mindfulness and Sexual Intimacy

| March 23, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 18 :: Martin Aylward :: Mindfulness and Sexual Intimacy

Martin Aylward Mindfulness teacher Martin Aylward joins us to speak about mindfulness and sexual intimacy. As we grow in our formal meditation practice, mindful awareness becomes more present in the rest of our lives off the cushion. We find integration with the rest of our lives, realizing how often we’ve “checked out” and, just as […]

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Episode 17 :: Lucia McBee :: Mindfulness Based Elder Care

| March 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 17 :: Lucia McBee :: Mindfulness Based Elder Care

Lucia McBee Lucia McBee joins us to speak about her book Mindfulness-Based Elder Care: A CAM Model for Frail Elders and Their Caregivers As our population ages, many of us find ourselves in the position of caring for elderly parents and other relatives. Perhaps those we love are doing well in their golden years, and […]

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Episode 16 :: Daniel Rechtschaffen :: Mindfulness in Education

| February 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 16 :: Daniel Rechtschaffen :: Mindfulness in Education

Daniel Rechtschaffen Daniel Rechtschaffen joins us to speak about his work promoting mindfulness in our educational systems. Take a moment and imagine what your life may have been like, had you been introduced to mindfulness as a child. What if it had been taught, practiced, and discussed every day in our K-12 schools? For many […]

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Episode 015 :: Janice Marturano :: Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership

| February 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 015 :: Janice Marturano :: Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership

Janice Marturano Janice Marturano joins us to speak about her new book, Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership. Mindfulness may be though of less as a technique so much as a way of engaging with every moment in our lives. As such, it is finding a home in everything we […]

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Episode 014 :: Dr. Ronald Siegel :: Back Sense: A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain

| January 26, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 014 :: Dr. Ronald Siegel :: Back Sense: A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain

Dr. Ronald Siegel Dr. Ron Siegel joins us to speak about his book for using mindfulness to help with pain, Back Sense: A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain For many of us, chronic pain is an ongoing challenge to our how we relate to the world, our loved ones, and […]

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Episode 013 :: Dr. Sara Lazar and Dr. David R. Vago :: Moving Beyond Mindfulness

| January 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
Episode 013 :: Dr. Sara Lazar and Dr. David R. Vago :: Moving Beyond Mindfulness

Dr. Sara Lazar Today we are joined by Dr. Sara Lazar and Dr. David R. Vago, two of the authors of the new position paper Moving Beyond Mindfulness: Defining Equanimity as an Outcome Measure in Meditation and Contemplative Research. We frequently hear that mindfulness is the practice of intentionally inviting our attention to experiencing the […]

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