Episode 085 :: Stephen Schettini :: Mindful Lives Podcast

Stephen Schettini

Mindfulness teacher Stephen Schettini joins us to speak about his Mindful Lives Podcast.

Mindfulness can have a lot of meanings. In some traditional contexts, there is a long standing history of what it meant once upon a time and still does today… within those religious institutions. But as mindfulness goes mainstream, the meaning becomes more interesting, as the unique life of each person with whom it touches is changed in equally unique ways. This rich exploration of how mindfulness is having an impact is a growing dialogue, and I’m very pleased to share that there is a new podcast by today’s guest which has exactly that dialogue.

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.thenakedmonk.com, 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

The music heard in this podcast is from Rodrigo Rodriguez. You can visit his website to hear more of his music, get the full discography, and view his upcoming tour dates.

About Ted Meissner

Ted Meissner has been a meditator since the early 90’s, is a UMass Center for Mindfulness Qualified MBSR Teacher, and is the host of the podcast Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science. He has been interviewed for Books and Ideas, Mindful Lives, and The Whole Leader as well as several other podcasts, and has presented about mindfulness to various groups including the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Harvard Humanist Hub, and Be The Match, the National Marrow Donor program. Ted has been published in Perspectives on Psychological Science, Mindful, and The International Journal of Whole Person Care.

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