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Mindfulness: Feedback with Craig and Richard – Week 4 – Nov 2019 – Mind-full or Mindful Halloween

Mindfulness: Feedback with Craig and Richard – Week 4 – Nov 2019 – Mind-full or Mindful Halloween

RICHARD CHAMBERS: Welcome to week four. CRAIG HASSED: It’s Halloween. RICHARD CHAMBERS: It sure is. Today we’re going to talk about managing emotions. CRAIG HASSED: And being mindful in your day to day life. RICHARD CHAMBERS: And so Happy Halloween,… Continue Reading

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Scientifically Proven Benefits of Mindfulness at Work: Dr. Dan Siegel with Mitch Swergold

Scientifically Proven Benefits of Mindfulness at Work: Dr. Dan Siegel with Mitch Swergold

Hi, we’re here at the Mindfulness Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. I’m here today with Dr. Dan Siegel, who’s my most important teacher, and he is the father of interpersonal neurobiology. He’s really a pioneer in so many fields: in… Continue Reading

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Healing by Mindfulness

Healing by Mindfulness

So, today we are going to talk about mindfulness, about a mental factor which in the original Buddha’s teachings has got a very predominant, important position, important place. Lots of emphasis on this particular feature, because it seems that in… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #21 Transformation

Buddhist Mindfulness #21 Transformation

It’s a very good point you are making about, who do you talk to, what kind of relationships do you have after you have found out the true nature of life, because it does change things doesn’t it? Oh yes!… Continue Reading

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How To Meditate V – Mindful Prostration

How To Meditate V – Mindful Prostration

So in this video I will be talking about a third technique of meditation which is generally used as a warm up practise before doing the walking and the sitting meditation. This technique is called mindful prostration. Now prostration is… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #32 Renunciation

We talked about being a monk involving renunciation. Of the ten perfections (pāramī) it’s probably the one I find the most difficult. In terms of something like truthfulness is easy to understand that it has immediate beneficial results and you… Continue Reading

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Mindfulness Dissolves Thoughts — Attention Is What’s Left Over, with Jon Kabat-Zinn

It doesn’t take long when you start to develop a practice of mindfulness before you realize that we are virtually continually bombarded by thoughts. It’s they’re like weather patterns in the mind. And there are sometimes nice clear sunny days… Continue Reading

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Buddhist Mindfulness #37 The “Big Bang” is happening now

Can you say then, that the world is ultimately dissolving, moment by moment? Yes, the conventional way of seeing the world – you don’t lose that through insight practice, but you recognize that it is entirely conceptual. We do not… Continue Reading