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Episode 096 :: Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield :: Everyday Mindfulness for OCD

Episode 096 :: Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield :: Everyday Mindfulness for OCD

Shala Nicely Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield join us to talk about how mindfulness can help those with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Have you ever noticed your mind spinning on a single track? Try as you might, the same thought repeats again and again? I certainly have, and mindfulness has really helped me to notice when […]

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Episode 095 :: Lisa Dale Miller :: Somatic Trauma Intervention

Episode 095 :: Lisa Dale Miller :: Somatic Trauma Intervention

Lisa Dale Miller Lisa Dale Miller joins us to speak about somatic trauma intervention. While mindfulness in a typical program is not necessarily therapy, there are often overlapping ideas and disciplines which may be found in both. The skills one develops in a mindfulness program, for example, build a capacity to notice, to sense both […]

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Episode 094 :: Amanda Johnson :: Letting Go of Perfectionism

Episode 094 :: Amanda Johnson :: Letting Go of Perfectionism

Amanda Johnson Amanda Johnson joins us to speak about how aspirations of being perfect may not being serving us, in her new book Becoming Enough: A Heroine’s Journey to the Already Perfect Self. Do you ever wrestle with the thought or feeling that you just aren’t measuring up? That there’s a Should Be, and you’re […]

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Episode 093 :: Elana Rosenbaum :: The Heart of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Episode 093 :: Elana Rosenbaum :: The Heart of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Elana Rosenbaum Senior MBSR teacher Elana Rosenbaum joins us to speak about teaching mindfulness, and her new book The Heart of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction: A MBSR Guide for Clinicians and Clients. Mindfulness programs have started to become quite common in the U.S., and while it’s good to see more accessibility to those who may benefit […]

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A Potential Dark Future for Mindfulness

A Potential Dark Future for Mindfulness

This was a recent article from American Yoga School, and it echoed some premonitions I’ve had with the potential near future of mindfulness. So I did a Search and Replace of only three words: yoga = mindfulness poses = meditations asana = embodiment If you’re a mindfulness teacher, what would it be like for you […]

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Interview on The Whole Leader Podcast

Interview on The Whole Leader Podcast

I was recently honored to be a featured guest about mindfulness in the workplace on Sara Harvey Yao’s wonderful podcast, The Whole Leader. Hope you enjoy listening! The Power of Mindfulness at Work

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Episode 096 :: Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield :: Everyday Mindfulness for OCD

Episode 096 :: Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield :: Everyday Mindfulness for OCD

| September 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

Shala Nicely Shala Nicely and Jon Hershfield join us to talk about how mindfulness can help those with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Have you ever noticed your mind spinning on a single track? Try as you might, the same thought repeats again and again? I certainly have, and mindfulness has really helped me to notice when […]

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Episode 095 :: Lisa Dale Miller :: Somatic Trauma Intervention

Episode 095 :: Lisa Dale Miller :: Somatic Trauma Intervention

| September 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Lisa Dale Miller Lisa Dale Miller joins us to speak about somatic trauma intervention. While mindfulness in a typical program is not necessarily therapy, there are often overlapping ideas and disciplines which may be found in both. The skills one develops in a mindfulness program, for example, build a capacity to notice, to sense both […]

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Episode 094 :: Amanda Johnson :: Letting Go of Perfectionism

Episode 094 :: Amanda Johnson :: Letting Go of Perfectionism

| September 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Amanda Johnson Amanda Johnson joins us to speak about how aspirations of being perfect may not being serving us, in her new book Becoming Enough: A Heroine’s Journey to the Already Perfect Self. Do you ever wrestle with the thought or feeling that you just aren’t measuring up? That there’s a Should Be, and you’re […]

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