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Contemplating How Regret and Perfectionism Keep Us Stuck

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

I’ve been thinking a lot about regret, stuckness, and perfectionism leading up to my Kripalu workshop that starts on Sunday. Regret is a variant of stuckness. We are locked into the past, replaying a loop of a past event, usually […]

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Getting Unstuck

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

I was interviewed by Kripalu blogger Jennifer Mattson for her brief article entitled How to Get Unstuck and Back to Your Practice. “Arnie suggests looking at the resistance with kindness and genuine inquiry. Ask yourself, “What’s going on here?” What […]

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Story Art: The Bridge Between Narrative and Liberation

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

I developed a technique called Story Art that combines journaling practice, meditation, and creativity to help people to free themselves from difficult situations. The writing helps to take the issue out of your head space and onto paper. The Story […]

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Perfectly Imperfect: A Gallery on Beliefnet

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

Please check out the gallery on perfectionism that is currently featured on the Beliefnet homesite: Overcoming perfectionism is one of the major themes of my upcoming Kripalu workshop starting August 4. More information here: I hope you can join us!

What is Story Art?

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

Arnie talks about his therapeutic technique for overcoming stuckness–Story Art

Long Before Mindfulness was a Buzzword …

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

Arnie talks about his involvement with mindfulness and meditation spanning the past thirty years.

What is Mindfulness?

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

Watch this video, the first in a series, explaining mindfulness and other related topics.

300 Posts and Counting

posted by Dr. Arnie Kozak

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, […]

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Mindfulness Matures
A recent article in the Sunday Times is critical of the mindfulness movement. I read through some of the comments to the article and they ...

posted 9:22:21am Apr. 26, 2015 | read full post »

The Road To Character Walked By Jordan Spieth
I am reading with strong interest David Brooks's new book, The Road to Character. In this book, he argues that this generation has lost its connection to character. We are in an age of self-promotion, self-aggrandizement, and ...

posted 3:49:54pm Apr. 24, 2015 | read full post »

I Was Born Thirty Years Too Late
If I had been born in 1933 instead of 1963, I would have largely missed the demands of the Information Age. If I had come of age as a writer ...

posted 2:01:02pm Apr. 22, 2015 | read full post »

The Colors and Seasons of Introversion and Extroversion
"Minion Yellow is a custom colour designed to represent the sweet and subversive characters. An extroverted hue, it projects playfulness and warmth and is suggestive of intellectual curiosity and enlightenment." So says Pantone, makers of ...

posted 7:53:02am Apr. 20, 2015 | read full post »

How to Create Solitude in the Context of Relationship
Solitude is necessary for my existence just as water is. Without it, I wither and become listless in my desiccated state. I am not, however, a ...

posted 5:50:36pm Apr. 17, 2015 | read full post »

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