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Mindfulness Matters

Mindfulness Matters

The Fear Project–HEY SHAME AND DEATH — “GO F&#@ YOURSELF”

My friend and fellow Wisdom author of Saltwater Buddha (one of my favorite books and a forthcoming film), Jaimal Yogis, has created the Fear Project. It’s a blog and a soon forthcoming book that explores all dimensions of fear from athletics, adventures, to our interior fears. I had the privilege of participating. You can read my interview here.

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I will doing a joint event with Jaimal at the Rubin Museum in New York City next February. The Rubin Museum is dedicated to Himalayan studies and has frequent speakers on meditation and related topics under the title “Happy Talk.” I am looking forward to some happy talk about fear and mindfulness this winter!

 

 

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