Mindfulness & Monkey Mind: Thoughts are viruses

0 Comment by / June 15, 2013 / Posted in Mindfulness

  The ancestor of every action is thought. — Emerson   Steve Robertson reminds us in this Huffington Report article Mindfulness and Monkey Mind: Our minds are abuzz with thousands of thoughts each day, all of which compete for our attention and a corollary action. The Buddhists call this untrained mind of buzzing thoughts the [...]

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2011-Mindfully Going Back To The Beginning

1 Comment by / January 4, 2011 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindfulness

At the beginning of each year, I am reminded to return to what Mindfulness is about. Awake, aware and fully present. Beginner’s mind. In his book Mindfulness for Dummies, Shamash Alidina, does a wonder presentation of laying out a guide to becoming mindful. …this very moment now, is ultimately the only moment you have. Mindfulness [...]

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A Mindful Journey: Finding a Retreat to Move Forward by Staying Still as a Mountain

0 Comment by / September 11, 2010 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

A marvelous website and a work of love and commitment is hosted and gifted to the community by Gregory Martin MA and Pam Parsons Dupuy MA LMFT: Still Mountain: A Guide To Retreats Still Mountain: A Guide to Retreats. Still Mountain is a website committed to providing resources and guidance for people seeking spiritual retreats—helping [...]

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Sharing Mindfulness: A Gift from Juliet Adams

4 Comments by / April 26, 2010 / Posted in Mindfulness

Juliet Adams has just put her website online to gather in one place as much as is possible about mindfulness. You will find it rewarding and rich in content and in a context created with a spirit of Mindfulness. I have just launched a new website to provide information on mindfulness: Mindfulnet.org . It aims [...]

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Shambhala Sun’s Guide To Mindful Living

0 Comment by / March 9, 2010 / Posted in Breathe, Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness

The March issue of the Shambhala Sun is focused on Mindfulness. The editorial by Barry Boyce explains (although it always has): Why The Shambhala Sun Is Taking Mindfulness to Heart The Shambhala Sun has collected a series of excellent articles in its feature section in its Guide To Mindful Living. Thich Nhat Hanh shares a [...]

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The Mindfulness Project & Mind Body Awareness

0 Comment by / January 5, 2010 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

I was just friended by psychologist Frank Wood in Facebook and came across something he shared yesterday that I thought would be worth sharing regarding Mindfulness. Frank along with fellow psychologist and Mindfulness practitioner Richard Sears have teamed up to create The Mindfulness Project Below is a letter from MBA Co-Founder, Isaiah Seret to the [...]

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Sites to download Dharma Talks on Mindfulness

0 Comment by / November 17, 2009 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

Keith DeSonia shared that you can download lectures on buddhist topics and Mindfuless at zencast.org or at Zencast via iTunes. You’ll find some very good downloads that are dedicated to mindfulness and meditation from Podcast 147 through 151. Many of these talks on Zencast can be found at Audio Dharma This site is an archive [...]

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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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Simple Mindfulness: Thich Nhat Hanh

1 Comment by / April 14, 2009 / Posted in Meditation, Mindfulness

There are so many wonderful teachings and presentations on Mindfulness. With Video Google.com and YouTube.com, anyone interested in learning more about mindfulness has an unending source for understanding and personal growth. Thich Nhat Hanh spoke on Simple Mindfulness on this first day of a 7 day retreat here in San Diego at Deer Park in [...]

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Cultivating Presence: Training Retreat In Compassionate End-of Life Care

1 Comment by / February 23, 2009 / Posted in Mindfulness

. It was back in May of 2008 that I first communicated with Frank Ostaseski, the Founder Metta Institute. I was pleased to be able to share his Five Precepts of Service in my blog. I wanted to share the next program that they will conduct. It will be a 6 day residential training retreat [...]

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