Mindfulness & Lessons from the Lakers

1 Comment by / June 12, 2011 / Posted in Breathe, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

Looking backwards over today; what a marvelous day with Kip, Alan and Cheryl. What a wonderful scone that Vince made along with the flat white that Shelley put in front of me. The unexpected warm evening as I walked in the dark here in Yallingup to get the lasts 400 steps of my 10,000. While […]

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I Want To Write About Slow: A Mindful Moment

1 Comment by / October 31, 2010 / Posted in Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness, The Running Mind

There is more to life than increasing its speed Albert Einstein Slow by Ozzie Gontang I want to write about slow. The faceless clock blinks every second: Now….Now…Now In the present moment there is No fast. No slow. No criticism. No judgment. Just the continued birth Of a new unique moment And another and another. […]

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Timeless Reminders – A Mindfulness-based iPhone App!

3 Comments by / August 20, 2010 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindfulness

The numbers are pretty staggering when some statistics say that 75% of people in the United States are either moderately or extremely stressed. I’ve also read that it could be almost 90% of the conditions doctors see are related to stress. You will find it interesting to visit Dr. Daniel Friedland’s website , Super Smart […]

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Mindfulness & Breathing

0 Comment by / November 20, 2009 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindful Running, Mindfulness

In an explanation of the breathing techniques of Russian scientist, Dr Konstatin Buteyko, an interesting observation was made. A dog breathing at 40 breathes/minute lives 20 years; a man breathing at 17 breathes/minute lives 70 years and a turtle breathing at 1 to 3 breathes a minute lives several hundred years. Maybe this is another […]

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A Mindful Teaching Guide at Everyday Zen

0 Comment by / May 26, 2009 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

Many of you will find this study guide on the Everyday Zen website most helpful in developing your meditation practice. Each section has suggested readings and there are also a number of audio mp3 files that can be downloaded.

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Job is Anglo-Saxon for a “Lump.”

0 Comment by / February 14, 2009 / Posted in Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

We all find distraction in living a life which more often than not is too busy. Stop. Breathe. Ask your self: Am I awake? Am I fully present? Am I living my life intentionally? We are social animals a nicer way of saying: pack and herd animals. Being aware and present is felt by all […]

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