Mindfulness Matters
From the Archive Archives

Greetings everyone! It’s been a busy 2015 and I’d like to share with you some of the highlights and give you links to the some of the contents I produced over this year. There is lot’s more to come in […]

Below is a repost of a post on mud season from last year. It’s that time of year again, except that it has come much later this year, several weeks later, almost a month. Mud season has arrived early in […]

This classic video features a 2004 interviews between Pema Chodron and Bill Moyers on Moyer’s series, Speaking of Faith that aired on PBS. While it took place in 2004, it’s message is timeless. I show this to my Mindfulness in […]

The Tricycle Community Presents this months featured film club, Kumare: the True Story of a False Prophet. I watched Kumare and loved it. I did a review of Kumare this past summer, which you can read here. You can join […]

The folks at Experience Life Magazine and Being Healthy is a Revolutionary Act have just released a very nifty app, “101 Revolutionary Ways to be Healthy” “The “101 Ways” app includes a featured “Revolutionary Act of the Day,” along with […]

Hello Everyone. Faithful readers. I just noticed that my previous post on Teaching Doctors to be Mindful was the 300th post for Mindfulness Matters. Without readers there wouldn’t be much point to writing these entries. I thank you for your eyeballs, […]

It’s been a a while since I’ve linked to my weekly posts on Connecticut Watchdog website. These columns, DESTRESS, focused on how to apply mindfulness to everyday stressful circumstances. I’m changing the emphasis from DESTRESS to THRIVE to include a […]

It is with great sadness that I announce the loss of my dog, Ruki (or Ruki Dog Kozak as his last prescription medicine said) on the 2nd of April 2011. After 9.5 years of faithful companionship  he developed a painful […]

It’s Stress Reduction Sunday. Read my weekly post in the Connecticut Watchdog. Here is my CT Watchdog posts from last week: Navigating Valentine’s Day and Other Capitalistic Tyrannies What do Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day have in common? They are holidays that […]

From 25-27 February 2011, I will be giving a weekend workshop at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. I am honored to be among the teaching faculty of this august and important organization, dedicated to making the dharma available. In […]