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Episode 082 :: Rose Pavlov :: Ivy Child International

| March 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
Episode 082 :: Rose Pavlov :: Ivy Child International

Rose Pavlov As mindfulness becomes more common in contemporary society, so is its acceptance as a part of public and private school systems. Children are learning how to observe their outer environment and inner experience, widening the gap between stimulus and response, and making more intentional choices in their words and actions. Along the way, […]

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Episode 080 :: Rebecca Crane :: What Defines Mindfulness-Based Programs?

| February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
Episode 080 :: Rebecca Crane :: What Defines Mindfulness-Based Programs?

Rebecca Crane Rebecca Crane returns to the podcast to speak with us about the new paper What defines mindfulness-based programs? The warp and the weft. With the proliferation of programs using the word mindfulness in their title, there comes a valid question: how does the consumer know this really is a mindfulness program? And how […]

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Episode 079 :: Sara Harvey Yao :: Drop In: Lead with Deeper Presence and Courage

| December 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 079 :: Sara Harvey Yao :: Drop In: Lead with Deeper Presence and Courage

Sara Harvey Yao Sara Harvey Yao joins us to speak about her book Drop In: Lead with Deeper Presence and Courage. Mindfulness can be kinda sneaky. I don’t mean this in a deliberate way, but rather that this idea of developing mindful presence can touch just about everything in our waking life. And though it […]

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Episode 069 :: Laura Schmalzl :: Neurology of Movement-Based Contemplative Practices

| May 5, 2016 | 0 Comments
Episode 069 :: Laura Schmalzl :: Neurology of Movement-Based Contemplative Practices

Laura Schmalzl Laura Schmalzl joins us to speak about Neural Mechanisms Underlying Movement-Based Embodied Contemplative Practices. If you break down yoga, for example, as a contemplative practice, what do you end up with, what are those parts? How do they work together, and what does recent scientific research into a variety of movement practices indicate […]

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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 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 059 :: Fadel Zeidan :: Mindfulness, Pain, and Placebo

| December 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Episode 059 :: Fadel Zeidan :: Mindfulness, Pain, and Placebo

Fadel Zeidan Dr. Fadel Zeidan joins us to speak about his research findings about mindfulness, pain, and placebo. In this second of a two-part series, we continue our discussion of recent findings around placebo effects. Far from being false positives, there is research to suggest that not only are these effects measurably “in your head”, […]

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Episode 057 :: Jane Compson and Lynette Monteiro :: Still Exploring the Middle Path: a Response to Commentaries

| November 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
Episode 057 :: Jane Compson and Lynette Monteiro :: Still Exploring the Middle Path: a Response to Commentaries

Jane Compson and Lynette Montiero join us to speak about their paper, Still Exploring the Middle Path: a Response to Commentaries. What if you were new to running, and you were going to train for a 5k. Good for you! You diligently check with your physician, get the right shoes, and start to participate in […]

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Episode 054 :: Toni Bernhard :: How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness: A Mindful Guide

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Episode 054 :: Toni Bernhard :: How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness: A Mindful Guide

Toni Bernhard Toni Bernhard joins us to speak about her newest book, How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness: A Mindful Guide. Do you suffer with chronic pain? I don’t mean the occasional twinge in your shoulder from an old football injury, but an intense, unpleasant sensation that doesn’t go away? Or perhaps […]

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