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Fighting Opioid Abuse with Mindfulness—and M.O.R.E.

Fighting Opioid Abuse with Mindfulness—and M.O.R.E.

The CDC statistic is hard to fathom—about 30,000 Americans died of opioid overdoses in 2014 alone. Addiction to heroin or the likes of oxycodone or fentanyl is rampant across the country, which is part of the reason public health officials are now urging doctors to steer more patients toward non-drug interventions. Could mindfulness be part […]

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Mindfulness and Scheduled Worry Time

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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Practice Circle: Three Minute Breathing Space

Practice Circle: Three Minute Breathing Space

Several of us are participating in the Mindfulness Summit, a free online program of interviews with leaders in contemplative practice. You can learn more about it in my interview with Melli O’Brien, the founder of the program, also known as Mrs. Mindfulness. The first of those interviews was with Professor Mark Williams of the Oxford […]

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Episode 073 :: Nancy Waring :: Lesley University Mindfulness Master’s Degree Program

Episode 073 :: Nancy Waring :: Lesley University Mindfulness Master’s Degree Program

Nancy Waring Dr. Nancy Waring joins us to speak about the Master’s Degree program and Lesley University. As mindfulness becomes more mainstream, the call for accreditation is likewise increasing. Accredited programs for mindfulness, however, are few and far between. There are some, however, which offer a rich blend of teaching, science, and practice in an […]

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Episode 72 :: Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman :: Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit

Episode 72 :: Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman :: Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit

Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman join us to talk about More Than Sound’s program Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit. My favorite times of day are early morning, and late at night. All is quiet and still, and I have a little time to myself to pause, reflect, and recharge. But if you’re life […]

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Episode 071 :: Michael W. Taft :: The Mindful Geek: Secular Meditation for Smart Skeptics

Episode 071 :: Michael W. Taft :: The Mindful Geek: Secular Meditation for Smart Skeptics

Michael W. Taft Michael W. Taft joins us to speak about The Mindful Geek: Secular Meditation for Smart Skeptics. Remember the movie Revenge of the Nerds, or do you ever watch The Big Bang Theory? The heroes are the brainy folks who like comics, computers, science fiction and science fact. They are also skeptics, wanting […]

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Episode 073 :: Nancy Waring :: Lesley University Mindfulness Master’s Degree Program

Episode 073 :: Nancy Waring :: Lesley University Mindfulness Master’s Degree Program

| August 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Nancy Waring Dr. Nancy Waring joins us to speak about the Master’s Degree program and Lesley University. As mindfulness becomes more mainstream, the call for accreditation is likewise increasing. Accredited programs for mindfulness, however, are few and far between. There are some, however, which offer a rich blend of teaching, science, and practice in an […]

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Episode 72 :: Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman :: Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit

Episode 72 :: Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman :: Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit

| July 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Elad Levinson and Hanuman Goleman join us to talk about More Than Sound’s program Thriving on Change: The Evolving Leader’s Toolkit. My favorite times of day are early morning, and late at night. All is quiet and still, and I have a little time to myself to pause, reflect, and recharge. But if you’re life […]

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Fighting Opioid Abuse with Mindfulness—and M.O.R.E.

Fighting Opioid Abuse with Mindfulness—and M.O.R.E.

| July 20, 2016 | 2 Comments

The CDC statistic is hard to fathom—about 30,000 Americans died of opioid overdoses in 2014 alone. Addiction to heroin or the likes of oxycodone or fentanyl is rampant across the country, which is part of the reason public health officials are now urging doctors to steer more patients toward non-drug interventions. Could mindfulness be part […]

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