Posts Tagged ‘featured’

Episode 121 :: Deborah Salazar Shapiro :: The Magical Mindful Day

Deborah Salazar Shapiro Deborah Salazar Shapiro joins us to speak about her 2018 Parent and Teacher Choice Award winning children’s book, The Magical Mindful Day. One of the most encouraging aspects of the mindfulness movement to me is the increasing availability of children’s books, introducing this way of meeting the world with kind awareness. Concepts…

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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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Practice Circle: Mindful Movement

Click Here at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, February 11th to Join the Live Session. During January and February, Practice Circle will be aligned with the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Online Live program offered by Ted Meissner and Amy Balentine. There may be people from that class joining Practice Circle as an additional opportunity to…

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Episode 104 :: Jane Compson, Lynette Monteiro, Frank Musten :: Practitioner’s Guide to Ethics and Mindfulness-Based Interventions

Jane Compson, Lynette Monteiro, and Frank Musten join us to speak about their new book, Practitioner’s Guide to Ethics and Mindfulness-Based Interventions. One of the criticisms of mindfulness programs is that they don’t include any kind of ethical component. This is usually followed up by casting aspersions about mindfulness just being a watered down version…

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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?

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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