Mindfulness.com meets MrsMindfulness.com

0 Comment by / March 20, 2017 / Posted in Meditation, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

The thoughts they had were the parents of the actions they did; their feelings were parents of their thoughts Thomas Carlyle     My daughters were raised with these words indelibly imprinted on the back of their eyelids: If you want to know the future create it. And that what Melli and her partner, Matt […]

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Mindfulness: Free Videos from Sounds True with Jack Kornfield & Tara Brach

2 Comments by / June 19, 2015 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindfulness

Click: BIG INSIGHTS Tami Simon, the Founder of Sounds True, has shared a free, 3 part series. It is a lead up to a new, seven-week Mindfulness Training program being introduced with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach: The Power of Awareness. The three part series is: Seeing the Goodness with Jack Freedom Through Self-Compassion with […]

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Mindfulness – A Path from US Marine to Zen Monk

3 Comments by / March 18, 2015 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

From US Marine to Zen Monk from Krzysztof Gonciarz on Vimeo. A gift from Krzysztof Gonciarz & Kasia Mecinski and their Tofu Media Productions. They recently spent some time with an American former Marine, Scott Mangis, who became a Zen monk in Japan. The response to there video echoes a common theme of listening to […]

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Why mindfulness matters, now more than ever

7 Comments by / September 27, 2014 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

The following blog was written by a dear friend, Tom Stacey of TheWordsmith.com. I worked for a number of years with Tom for 4 years at Vistage. A man of many talents attested to by wide and varied background: — Web content strategy and execution– Messaging via social channels: blogs, Facebook, G+, Twitter, LinkedIn, drip […]

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Mindfulness and The Holistic Expanded Present

0 Comment by / July 11, 2014 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

“Yesterday is already a dream and tomorrow only a vision, but today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.” Sanskrit Observation Gustavo Grodnitzky is in the final days of releasing his book on “Culture Trumps Everything:The Unexpected Truth About the Ways Environment Changes Biology, Psychology, and […]

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Mindfulness dot calm: Accepting all of me and Throwing Away notions

2 Comments by / February 6, 2014 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindfulness

Andrea Miller shares her experience in the March issue of

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Mindfulness: When I fingerpoint, three fingers are pointing back at me

4 Comments by / July 8, 2013 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

    This statement by Jerry Harvey, author of The Abilene Paradox, captures what Pema Chhodron addresses in her talk on “The Propensity To Be Bothered.” It is a way for me to remove myself from having anything to do when I feel wronged or hard done by. There is a belief that I am […]

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Mindfulness: Empathy Is Our Human Connection

1 Comment by / May 13, 2013 / Posted in Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

It is with the heart that one sees rightly. For what essential is invisible to the eye.                                                      The Little Prince We are back to the awareness that the way I think influences who I am and who I am influences what I do. Lee Thayer in Leadership: Thinking, Being, Doing shares: Behind and under […]

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Mindfulness: Healthy Habits Healthy World

0 Comment by / April 11, 2013 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

  It is always a matter of perception. Healthy Habits   /  Healthy World Heal Thy Habits /  Heal Thy World If it is to be it always starts with me. Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine shared the following suggestions: What’s good for you is good for the planet; It’s just that simple. Keep this checklist […]

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Mindfulness: Listening When the World Speaks

0 Comment by / January 23, 2013 / Posted in Breathe, Injury Prevention, Meditation, Mindful Leadership, Mindful Walking, Mindfulness, The Running Mind

Now almost two months ago, the STOP sign outside my window gave me the message of what to do after my thyroid surgery. Last Sunday, coming in from the garage after the Marathon Clinic, I was thinking of all the things I wanted to get done so I could watch the NFL games. I don’t […]

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