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 itself not a religious practice, it is based on our shared humanity, it’s clearest and deepest roots are in the Buddhist tradition. The experience full immersion in the tradition can bring is tremendous, and today’s guest brings that perspective in addition to his exploration of mindfulness after monasticism.
Stephen Schettini is the founder and director of Quiet Mind Seminars. He’s led hundreds of meditation workshops in the Montreal area since 2003 through www.thequietmind.org, and has contributed columns regularly to local newspapers and to The Suburban, Quebec’s largest English-language weekly. He also freelanced for the Montreal Gazette. Stephen made a living in print communications and over the next 20 years authored, co-authored, illustrated, and designed dozens of books on information technology and health science.
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Music for This Episode Courtesy of Rodrigo Rodriguez
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