The Language of Mindfulness Podcast
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https://youtu.be/wiN-RBv_LvA Meet Chuck Schad. A mindfulness and meditation teacher for Mindful.org and coach who...
How to mindfully make your life, and the life of those around you better. And I’m not messing around here as I know a lot of you have a hard time, a really hard time. I talk about how you could help your moment-to-moment experience be not as bad by letting yourself experience whatever goodness there is in your world, and I believe there are a lot of simple moments we can give ourselves if we just would. After all, what is your day but a collection of moments? By adding some great moments to your day, on purpose, you improve your day, directly, simply easily. By improving your days you improve your week, your month, your life – and by extension, the lives of those around you
In this episode, you’ll hear the story of how I came to be a co-founder of a virtual conference called The Future is Mindful, happening March 29th and 30th 2022. This is an incredibly important conversation on how businesses are in response to the “the great resignation”, businesses are urgently trying to shapeshift to become more human-centered organizations. I know a lot of people are skeptical, but this is happening folk. Listen in to hear about. Sign up for free registration.
Mark Leonard, a co-founder of the Oxford Mindfulness Center, is on a mission to help people become more conscious, cause when you do, you’ll be an advocate for helping the world become a better place. And that’s a rather personal and urgent mission, as you will hear.
Are you worried about what to say next? Thinking about how you want to be acknowledged or accepted as a friend? In this episode are tips, and scenarios to get past focusing on yourself and “create space” to be present fully with someone else. It makes a huge difference in the quality of your relationships and the outcomes of your conversations.
“Listening has consequences.” When I read that phrase in a speech delivered by the famous psychologist Carl Rogers on Interpersonal Communications, I knew I had to talk about this.
Billy Lahr, one of the hosts of the popular Mindful Midlife Crises podcasts, joins me in this funny and light-hearted...
Modern life creates a lot of anxiety and stress. Mindfulness helps us re-connect to the beauty that's right in front...
Meet Keith Fiveson, author of “The Mindfulness Experience,” coach, cancer survivor, yogi, and a great guy. His story and wisdom shine in this episode.
Mindful communications has the capacity to recast your life into a much more satisfying, connected, engaged, resilient, and calmer moment-to-moment life. It matters. This episode is a heartfelt and assertive call to action.
This is an excellent conversation with Kristen Manieri, host of the 60 Mindful Minutes podcast, mindfulness life...
This one goes deep on some topics related to mindfulness and Eckhart Tolle's teachings. People confuse the notion of...