Mindfulness, Gratitude & Appreciation=Thankfulness

1 Comment by / November 25, 2009 / Posted in Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness, Uncategorized

Laura Fine taught me what it means to have an Attitude of Gratitude. Appreciation has been shared by so many patients who have been part of the Healing Hearts and Lifestyle Change Program at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine. These gifts have been shared so deeply by my family and friends over the years. Today […]

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Run Softly Over Hard Surfaces & Train on Uneven Terrain

0 Comment by / November 2, 2009 / Posted in Mindful Running, Oz on Injuries, Oz On Marathoning, Running Form & Style, Running Injury Prevention, The Running Mind, Uncategorized

Tara Parker-Pope wrote an interesting article this week in the New York Times Well Blog: The Human Body Is Built for Distance. She talks about Christopher McDougall’s book on the Tarahumara Indians of Copper Canyon: Born to Run. What follows are some of my reflections made years ago as I championed and continue to champion […]

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Neuroscience Research Using Mindfulness Meditation

0 Comment by / July 22, 2009 / Posted in Uncategorized

I stopped by the Neuromarketing website of two friends, Patrick Renvoise and Christophe Morin, who are Vistage speakers. Neuromarketing.com was officially launched in June. They have invited anyone interested in contributing knowledge, thoughts, content to make it better and richer for everyone. If interested you might be interested in joining their neuromarketing community. This video, […]

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A Mindful Cell Phone

7 Comments by / April 10, 2009 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness, Uncategorized

Kip sent this to me,  Erin and Allison today.  Having just returned from Sydney it resonates with my need for opening my eyes and opening my heart.  All of our lives are amazing stories. This video is seen through the lens of a cell phone. Mankind Is No Island As Thich Nhat Hanh would share: […]

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Alive and Being Present

2 Comments by / March 16, 2009 / Posted in Uncategorized

Walking along the beach on the eastern coast of the Indian Ocean and the western shore of the Australian continent, the breeze I felt most likely originated in Africa. Maybe not. However, the thought was one of how everything is connected. This because of that. Here because of there. The feel of my feet sinking […]

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The Journey Begins Right Here Beneath Our Feet

1 Comment by / February 10, 2009 / Posted in Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness, Uncategorized

David Whyte speaking out as a poet is looking to connect the heart and soul of the individual in the corporate community which at times seems heartless. Again we touch the power of being able to live life fully…with no regrets, in doing meaningful work and work which deals with life and change. Years ago […]

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Mindfulness In The Classroom Workshop -May 2 & 3: Oakland, CA

0 Comment by / April 13, 2008 / Posted in Mindfulness, Uncategorized

Some of you who are teaching Mindfulness in grade schools might be interested in the workshop that is being done at Park Day School in Oakland. The workshop, Mindfulness In The Classroom, is for teachers or those involved with grades K-12. The program teaches the practice of mindfulness and a sample curriculum for a mindfulness […]

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Seeking Personal Experience & Personal Authority

15 Comments by / April 28, 2007 / Posted in Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness, Oz Archives, The Running Mind, Uncategorized

Wilfred Bion, the father of group dynamics, said that we are herd or pack animals. While we call ourselves humans, a euphemism for social/herd/pack animals with reflective abilities, we remain open to the power of all the ideas, thoughts, history, family, society, that make up the catch all word: Culture. We have survived by fast […]

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