Mindfulness Matters

Mindfulness Matters


The transformative power of mindfulness . . .

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

jackkornfieldAs I mentioned last week, there is a special learning opportunity upcoming with Jack Kornfield. I hope you got a chance to look at his videos. Registration is now open to take advantage of studying mindfulness with one of the most beloved American teachers.

When it comes to creating real, lasting change in your life, mindfulness practice is one of the most effective ways to do it (and it even takes less time than you might think).

But how can we wade through life’s challenges and obligations to make mindfulness a regular part of everyday life?

This is a unique opportunity to experience the power of mindfulness in a new and exciting way, and begin to open your heart to greater compassion, healing, and joy.

You’ll be part of the Mindful Learning Community, a group of people from all over the world who have come together to learn from one of the world’s most cherished mindfulness teachers.

So I hope you’ll take a moment to have a look and see what this extraordinary opportunity is all about.

Sincerely,

Arnie

PS If you’ve been looking for a way to create more balance and peace in your everyday life, this can help.

PPS Registration won’t be open for long, just a week, so just click here to take a look now.



Previous Posts

Uncovering Happiness: Overcoming Depression with Mindfulness and Self-Compassion
My dharma friend and mindfulness colleague, Elisha Goldstein has a fascinating new book out. It describes the ways that we can harness our own healing power to create natural antidepressants. These five include mindfulness, of course, self-compassion, living in accordance with purpose, play, and a s

posted 12:42:14pm Jan. 18, 2015 | read full post »

Find Your GPS for Success
GPS has become part of our lives. We find it in our cars, our phones, and even in watches (I got one as a gift over the holidays). In any moment, we can know where we are and also communicate that information to others. GPS can be helpful for getting to a destination and lends itself as a metaphor f

posted 11:02:53am Jan. 06, 2015 | read full post »

Getting Past the Tyranny of Should: A Timely Message for the Holiday Season
There are many things we "should" be doing around the holidays. We should be happy, merry, and jolly. We should be with family. We should be the consummate hosts. In the course of the day, we might impose expectations, rules, and agendas on ourselves tirelessly. This is the tyranny of should.

posted 10:36:45am Dec. 21, 2014 | read full post »

Finding the Fall Line: The Technique of Practice
As I was meditating this morning, I came up with a new practice metaphor. There were times when I was clearly in the flow of my body, very attuned the myriad body sensations and there were other moments where I was somewhere else or trying to manage some aspect of the moment, almost as if I was tryi

posted 10:13:53am Dec. 09, 2014 | read full post »

Prime Time, All the Time
An add for television streaming service Hulu states, "Every minute of every day should be considered prime time." This clever quip has a double meaning. On the one hand, it reflects the tyrannical notion that every experience that we have should be exciting, entertaining, and novel. On the other han

posted 9:31:08am Dec. 08, 2014 | read full post »




Report as Inappropriate

You are reporting this content because it violates the Terms of Service.

All reported content is logged for investigation.