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eMindful: A Global Live Mindfulness Community: Morning Meditation

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak
eMindful.com is a cutting edge leader in online mindfulness education, taking advantage of video conferencing technology to offer mindfulness in unique formats. eMindful brings mindfulness into the Information Age and does so in a way that represents skillful means or upaya because it makes the wisdom of mindfulness accessible to people who might otherwise not have the opportunity. eMindful is the global Internet source for comprehensive health and wellness services. Our suite of online courses in mindfulness, yoga, and qigong skills directly impact physiological and psychological well-being. Inspiring, interactive classes are taught live by the world’s most respected mindfulness educators.”

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I am pleased to be on the faculty and lead one of their daily Morning Meditation sessions. These live meditations are offered free of charge to the global online community. These meditations are held each morning from 8:00 to 8:45 (EST). I lead the meditation on Fridays. Click on this link to login. Watch the recorded video of previously recorded session that I led below. 

Join me every Friday for the Morning Meditation and start your day and weekend off with mindfulness practice! 

Morning Meditation 6 August 2010 from Arnold Kozak on Vimeo.



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