The Language of Mindfulness Podcast


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#29 – Aaron Huey – Mindfully Parenting At Risk Teens

#29 – Aaron Huey – Mindfully Parenting At Risk Teens

This is a-rockin’ conversation with a great guy who is wired to “on.” He’s a force for major change in people’s lives in an area where few dare to tread. His work is with mindfully parenting in a direct and powerful way, parents and teens who are not at “at risk” in that the risk is a possible future event but are in fact in danger, actively engaged in behavior impacting their well-being. That’s why he calls his work “Beyond Risk and Back.” I think you’ll agree this is courageous, powerful, and inspiring. He dives into the hard stuff without hesitating.

#27 – A Chat With Jonathan Reynolds, Founder Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc.

#27 – A Chat With Jonathan Reynolds, Founder Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc.

#27 – A Chat With Jonathan Reynolds, Founder Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc.
In this episode of The Langage of Mindfulness podcast, you’ll hear the story of how Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc. (MLMW) evolved to be a successful organization helping companies to learn and adopt mindfulness. Jonathan tells how he got started on a path to mindfulness and how that grew into a practice of teaching mindfulness to individuals, then evolved to organizations. We discuss the challenges encountered along the way, how he goes about determining what a company needs, and his personal approach to growing his practice and organization.

26 – A Conversation with Lordro Rinzler – author of Take Back Your Mind: Buddhist Advice for Anxious Times

26 – A Conversation with Lordro Rinzler – author of Take Back Your Mind: Buddhist Advice for Anxious Times

An engaging and informative conversation with Lordro Rinzler who started meditating and studying mindfulness at age SIX and went on to be a co-founder of MNDFL meditation studios in New York, the author of 3 books, and a full-time, professional meditation instructor. He provides insight on obstacles people face when they start meditation, the benefits of meditation as well as stories and practical advice from his personal experience.

Episode 24 – You are not your story

Episode 24 – You are not your story

How can you talk with people when there are vast differences in beliefs? Should you even try? How do you engage? Why are people so threatened by differences of opinion? What about our own strongly held beliefs? Are they in the way of connecting and seeing clearly how to proceed? In this episode, you’ll hear about how people come to be identified with your life experiences and how that can limit our ability to find better ways of being in the world. Check it out cause – “you are not your story.

21 – Don’t Judge Me!

21 – Don’t Judge Me!

Judgment is a natural thing and we need it to simply function, but when and how does it get in the way of seeing people clearly? What can mindfully about that? How do you practice being non-judgemental? In this episode, I talk about the difficult problem of judgment and how to practice being less judgemental, one of the pillars of mindfulness.

20 – Can Mindfulness Meditation Be Harmful?

20 – Can Mindfulness Meditation Be Harmful?

For some, a mindfulness meditation practice is not the best approach. But how can you tell if this applies to you? Is it normal to get uncomfortable doing such a practice, and should you keep doing it? These and many other questions are addressed in this episode, along with advice and practices you can use anytime, anywhere to learn to have more mindful moments in your life without meditation.

19 – The Power of Listening in Context

19 – The Power of Listening in Context

There are few skills more useful than skilled listening. In this episode, I explain a technique that has been immensely helpful in my personal and professional life. This can help you defuse conversations that are about to blow, cool down temperatures when the lid is already off, and connect authentically to people in a deeper way in your personal and professional life. Check it out!

18 – Mindfulness and Educator Resilience with Megan Sweet

18 – Mindfulness and Educator Resilience with Megan Sweet

In this edition of the Langauge of Mindfulness podcast, meet Megan Sweet, a woman on a mission to help educators be more present in the classroom and resilient in their lives through mindfulness and self-care. Educators are overworked and stressed, especially in these trying times. Megan has stepped up to help deliver tools, training, and advocacy, to support teachers

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