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Episode 068 :: Daniel Cherkin :: MBSR and MBCT for Back Pain

| April 23, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 068 :: Daniel Cherkin :: MBSR and MBCT for Back Pain

Daniel Cherkin Dr. Daniel Cherkin speaks with us today about mindfulness programs impact on back pain. We’ve seen a great deal of research about mindfulness these days, and in lots of arenas, including pain management. Much of that research is done by those with an interest in mindfulness; that’s what they study. But today’s guest […]

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Episode 067 :: Gleb Tsipursky :: Intentional Insights

| April 6, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 067 :: Gleb Tsipursky :: Intentional Insights

Gleb Tsipursky Gleb Tsipursky joins us to speak about how mindfulness and science can help us with intentionality. When was the last time you did something without thinking about it, careful reflection, or even awareness? If you’re like me, probably within the past few minutes: a movement, a word, even complex tasks like driving are […]

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Mindfulness and Scheduled Worry Time

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Mindfulness and Scheduled Worry Time

… or Learning How to Worry More Effectively Reprinted with permission from original article on Mindfulness Space. Everyone worries from time to time. We generally do not have immediate control over the things we worry about. We typically tend to worry about undesirable future events, or about things that happened in the past that they […]

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Episode 066 :: Donald Altman :: Clearing Emotional Clutter

| March 27, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 066 :: Donald Altman :: Clearing Emotional Clutter

Donald Altman Author and teacher Donald Altman joins us to speak about his new book Clearing Emotional Clutter: Mindfulness Practices for Letting Go of What’s Blocking Your Fulfillment and Transformation. Have you ever had your attention captured by an emotional Groundhog Day, when you get stuck, spinning on a particular emotion? I have, and when […]

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Episode 065 :: Jeena Cho :: The Anxious Lawyer

| March 8, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 065 :: Jeena Cho :: The Anxious Lawyer

Jeena Cho Author, lawyer, and meditator Jeena Cho speaks with us about mindfulness for legal professionals. Many of us spend the bulk of our waking hours in a profession. That may include years of education, training, and learning about our vocation, on top of the eight plus hours we spend earning a living five or […]

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Episode 064 :: Matthew Tenney and Tim Gard :: The Mindfulness Edge

| February 25, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 064 :: Matthew Tenney and Tim Gard :: The Mindfulness Edge

Matthew Tenney Matthew Tenney and Tim Gard join us to speak about their new book, The Mindfulness Edge: How to Rewire Your Brain for Leadership and Personal Excellence Without Adding to Your Schedule. We’ve heard a lot lately about mindfulness in the corporate world, about how it helps employees deal with the inevitable stress that […]

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Episode 063 :: Brett Cook :: Clouds in a Teacup: A Mindfulness Journey and Coloring Book

| February 13, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 063 :: Brett Cook :: Clouds in a Teacup:  A Mindfulness Journey and Coloring Book

Brett Cook Artist and educator Brett Cook joins us to speak about art, community building, and contemplative practice as we discuss his book co-authored with Thich Nhat Hanh Clouds in a Teacup: A Mindfulness Journey and Coloring Book. Remember what it was like when you were little, in school, and it was time for art […]

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Episode 062 :: Dan Huston :: Communicating Mindfully: Mindfulness-Based Communication and Emotional Intelligence

| January 30, 2016 | 1 Comment
Episode 062 :: Dan Huston :: Communicating Mindfully: Mindfulness-Based Communication and Emotional Intelligence

Dan Huston Professor Dan Huston joins us to speak about his university class and text book Communicating Mindfully: Mindfulness-Based Communication and Emotional Intelligence. In your meditation practice, you may have noticed how much internal dialogue is happening, moment by moment, distracting you from just being present with your experience. That’s our default mode, thinking and […]

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