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Episode 114 :: Adam Lueke :: Mindfulness and Implicit Bias Reduction

Adam Lueke Researcher Adam Lueke joins us to share his findings on how mindfulness can reduce implicit bias from his paper, Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Implicit Age and Race Bias: The Role of Reduced Automaticity of Responding. Much of formal meditation practice as it’s done in secular mindfulness involves noticing, and receiving whatever is present in…

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Episode 112 :: Lori A. Brotto :: Better Sex Through Mindfulness

Lori A. Brotto Lori A. Brotto joins us to speak about Better Sex Through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire. Let’s do a thought experiment together. Imagine that you’re missing your sense of taste, and perhaps smell. Many people do have some challenge with one or more senses, either some reduction or perhaps complete absense…

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Episode 111 :: Barbara Larrivee :: A Daily Dose of Mindful Moments

Barbara Larrivee Barbara Larrivee joins us to speak about A Daily Dose of Mindful Moments: Applying the Science of Mindfulness and Happiness. As many of the guests on this podcast have shared, mindfulness doesn’t begin and end on the cushion. That time for dedicated practice isn’t a replacement for what is brought to the rest…

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Episode 110 :: Emma Frowine :: Mindful Eating Summit

Emma Frowine Emma Frowine joins us to speak about the upcoming free online Mindful Eating Summit. Many of you have participated in the raisin exercise. For many this is a first taste — forgive my word choice — of mindful eating. With it you engage all of your senses, expansively receiving the perhaps surprising variety…

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Episode 109 :: Dana K. Lewis :: Mindful Veterans Connection

Dana K. Lewis Dana K. Lewis joins us to speak about Mindful Veterans Connection. Today we’re continuing our exploration of mindfulness in the military, talking about a group reaching out to help veterans. Dana K. Lewis’s first experience with meditation was in 1966 when he went to and fell in love with Japan, exploring Nichiren…

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Episode 108 :: Jacqueline Carter :: The Mind of the Leader

Jacqueline Carter Jacqueline Carter joins us to speak about The Mind of the Leader: How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results. As mindfulness grows and continues to become more mainstream, it is inevitable that it finds its way into work, the place most people spend a significant portion of their…

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Episode 107 :: David Treleaven :: Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness

David Treleaven David Treleaven returns to the podcast to speak about his new book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing. As mindfulness goes mainstream, more and more people are giving it a try. At an introduction to mindfulness program I gave just last week, when I asked the question how many of you…

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Episode 106 :: Amishi Jha :: Mindfulness for the Military

Amishi Jha Dr. Amishi Jha joins us to speak about mindfulness programs in the military. Over the course of the past several years I’ve heard and seen some pretty damning opinions of teaching mindfulness to military personnel, active duty or otherwise. Often there’s a false dichotomy subtley posed with contrasting images of soldiers bristling with…

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