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The Mindful Coping Podcast

English, Arts, 1 season, 432 episodes, 22 hours, 47 minutes
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Jeff Krisman has over 20 years of experience in practicing and in teaching a type of Mindfulness practice called Mindful Coping, which provides practitioners with an ongoing and increasing ability to cope more effectively with the chaos, uncertainty, and constant change that we experience in our lives. He has found this particular type of practice to be highly effective in helping people to cultivate the ability to be more present and to be more calm in quickly changing conditions, to develop a calmer and more focused mind while out in the world dealing with all kinds of situations, and to become more "comfortable with being uncomfortable.” His greatest value that he can offer others is that he shares what he has struggled with in a very constructive, real, and open way and how Mindful Coping practice has helped him continue to develop his coping skills and how it can help others to cultivate a greater quality of life and more meaningful and satisfying relationships with others.This practice really helps us to internalize and understand that we take all of our previous baggage and past hurts and trauma into every encounter with others and how that affects our interactions with them and that real, positive, and meaningful change is possible. For more information about Mindful Coping practice, please feel free to email Jeff at [email protected]
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"Living Life In My Head" And Lost In My Thoughts

6/15/202411 minutes, 28 seconds
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In The Here And Now With Kai Shanti

6/11/202453 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Oriola Esuleke At Kindred Healing Center

Yolanda Neals-Kindred, now known spiritually as Oriola Esuleke, is a Holistic Healing Curator, Author, and Social Entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. She started her career under the tutelage of Iyanla Vanzant and has since made significant strides in holistic healing and community empowerment. As MhoganiPearl, she co-authored "Dear Yvette: Shattered Fairytales," reflecting her journey of self-love and overcoming childhood abuse. Yolanda's efforts in addressing trauma and ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) gained national recognition during the Obama Administration.Known for her honest and relatable approach, she has become an inspiration, especially in urban communities. Facing challenges as a military veteran, including sexual trauma, homelessness and single parenthood, she founded The Kindred Healing Center in Atlanta, a wellness center serving urban and veteran communities.Yolanda is dedicated to creating sacred healing spaces and promoting holistic healthcare for personal development and professional empowerment.Oriola is married to Dr. Rhonda Kindred and they share 2 adult children and 4 grandchildren. They are also proud owners of The Kindred Healing Center which is a 6,000 sq ft wellness center in the City of Atlanta.You can learn more about The Kindred Healing Center at www.KindredHealingCenter.com or by calling 470-771-0563.
6/9/20241 hour, 33 seconds
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Reflections On Seeking Or Searching For "Something"

6/4/202414 minutes, 56 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jolie Slovis

To connect with Jolie, visithttps://www.jolienan.comhttps://www.instagram.com/jolienan.coachAbout JolieWhen I was 49 years old, I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  Within the same year I lost my dad to cancer, became an empty nester, and felt completely lost on how to move forward. After fighting anxiety for most of my adult life, this perfect storm sent me steeply over the edge. The unbearable stress forced me to look beyond my typical coping mechanisms, invest in help, and try to reconnect with the strength I used to have within me.  I tried talk therapy and anti-anxiety medication, but the results didn’t last. I dabbled in traditional meditation as a desperate attempt to self-soothe, and though it wasn’t a perfect solution, I could feel a small shift begin. I was healing, slowly, and found energy to keep exploring.After lots of research and lots of attempts, I eventually found a sustainable solution that worked while feeling wonderful: Mantra Meditation. I came to realize that none of the previous modalities were impactful because the FOUNDATION of Mantra Meditation and a regulated nervous system were missing. This daily meditation practice with somatic exercises infused throughout the day allows me to calm my body and quiet my mind within minutes, no matter the circumstances. I feel more myself than ever, and after years of chronic worry, my future now feels exciting and bright.Mantra Meditation and somatic practices transformed my life so completely, I’m committed to sharing the power of these practices with other women to unlock the same transformation within you.
5/31/202451 minutes, 42 seconds
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Mindfully Witnessing And Making Room For All Of The Ways That I Show Up In Interactions With People

5/27/202411 minutes, 59 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Kai Shanti

To connect with Kai Shanti, visithttps://www.kaishanti.com/Instagram @angeloflightmeditation
5/23/202455 minutes, 2 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Christine Marie

To connect with Christine Marie, visitwww.christinemarieheals.comwww.instagram.com/christinemariehealsChristine Marie is a Ceremonial Medicine Woman who specializes in holding safe and sacred spaces for healing and transformation through plant spirit facilitation, shamanic reiki healing, and spoken-word sound journeying. Additionally, she has a Bachelors in Nursing (BSN) and is a published author who has years of experience in helping men and women heal from C-PTSD, physical ailments, toxic relationships, and disempowerment.Two years into her nursing field, she realized the limitations that western medicine had to offer in treating the root cause of emotional and physical disease. As she began to heal herself through holistic modalities and plant medicine, she felt the call to bridge the gap between western and holistic health by opening up her own private practice.Her history in western medicine combined with her knowledge in alternative therapies offers you the experience of feeling safe and sovereign in your freedom of self-expression and healing.Christine Marie's personal survivorship from abuse, neglect and body violation deeply shifted when she started to reclaim her voice and power while working within non-ordinary states of consciousness. She has made it her life's mission to support you in discovering emotional, physical, and spiritual wholeness and well-being. 
5/18/202444 minutes, 26 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggling Emotionally

5/14/202411 minutes, 20 seconds
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Jeff Krisman Interviewed About Mindfulness/Mindful Coping Practice By Lindsey Towlen With Indigo Lotus Healing

5/8/202439 minutes, 22 seconds
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If I Could Only Say One Thing About Thinking.............

5/4/20249 minutes, 18 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Ronni Tichenor and Jennie Weaver

To learn more about Ronni and Jennie and their work, visithttps://www.heartandsoulsisters.netTheir book,  Healing Begins with Us: Breaking the Cycle of Trauma and Abuse and Rebuilding the Sibling Bond (HeartWisdom LLC, April 5, 2022), shares their inspiring and hopeful story of healing from their painful upbringing.They are sharing their story now to help heal the shame that they have carried as survivors of trauma, and to contribute to healing the hearts of others who have struggled in similar ways. To them healing is not about changing, or becoming someone "different" or "better"---it's about becoming more fully who they are: a spark of The Divine, connected to All, here to assist each other as our souls explore this existence and learn to love and live in peace.Ronni Tichenor has a PhD in sociology, specializing in family studies, from the University of Michigan.Jennie Weaver received her degree from the Vanderbilt School of Nursing and is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 25 years of experience in family practice and mental health. 
4/29/202448 minutes, 9 seconds
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It's All Right Here, Right Now Whether I Want It Or Not

4/26/202410 minutes, 31 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Hannah Demuth

4/22/202448 minutes, 39 seconds
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Just Because I Have Thoughts About Who I Am Doesn't Mean That's Who I Am

4/20/20243 minutes, 53 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being "Positively Triggered"

4/19/202411 minutes, 55 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Eva Payne

To connect with Eva:IG: @MsEvaPaynewww.flowliferetreat.comwww.evapayne.com
4/15/202459 minutes, 30 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Lots Of Thoughts Coming Through While I Am Awake In The Middle Of The Night

4/12/202417 minutes, 35 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Caterina Maggi

4/7/202448 minutes, 49 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feeling Embarassed And Thinking Thoughts About Being Foolish And Inadequate

4/5/202415 minutes, 2 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Magdalena Sabatino

To connect with Magdalena, visithttps://magdalenasabatino.comhttps://www.instagram.com/magdalena.sabatino/A link to my book,  Hardship and Bliss: Reflections for Mothers Who Seek ConnectionMagdalena Sabatino is an artist, holistic counselor and creative guide. Aftermany years of searching, she has finally arrived at the sweet spot, wheretwo of her biggest passions for creativity and healing meet, unite, andconstantly enrich each other.As a young woman, she had an insatiable thirst for understanding why weare the way we are, which propelled her onto an educational journey inhuman psychology and personal growth. It started in Warsaw, Poland,where she entered her Master’s degree in Psychology and ended inNewport, Rhode Island, where she earned her Master’s degree in HolisticCounseling from Salve Regina University.As an artist, she follows her intuitive urges and tries to focus more on thecreative experience rather than the final product. Her art practice is alsoher meditative and spiritual practice, during which she attempts to connectto something bigger than herself. As she lets go of control, takes risks oncanvas, and trusts the creative process, her pieces emerge into what theywish to become. Usually, into whimsical, colorful, intuitive, and abstractimages inspired by nature and feminine energy.As a counselor, she guides her clients back to their holistic wellness. Shehelps them understand that they are multidimensional beings with layers ofphysical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects to themselves. Thefoundation of her work is healing the wounded inner child and assisting herclients in recognizing how this wounding affected their lives. She believesthat wholeness is not cutting off a portion of one’s being, but it is theintegration of all aspects of oneself, even the broken, imperfect ones, thatcreates a true, whole human being.It is her absolute pleasure to gather people together for transformativeexperiences. She enjoys creating workshops and retreats during whichparticipants have a chance to reconnect with their creativity and heal theirwounded parts along the way. She is in the process of creating her firstonline course “Emotional processing through art journaling”.
3/31/20241 hour, 5 minutes
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There Is So Much More To Life Than What I Think About It

3/28/202411 minutes, 24 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Grace Bubeck

3/25/202450 minutes, 19 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With My Heart Being Closed To Others When My Mind Is Closed

3/22/202413 minutes, 4 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Molly Rasanen

3/17/202445 minutes, 2 seconds
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Trying To "Overcome My Conditioning" Is Conditioning Too

3/16/20241 minute, 39 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Conversations That I Am Having With Others In My Head"

3/14/202412 minutes, 2 seconds
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In The Here And Now With Jessica Bond

To connect with Jessica, visithttps://www.thebroodalist.comInstagram@[email protected]
3/8/202450 minutes, 17 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Being Mentally Checked Out" And A Lot Of Thoughts About Feeling Very Little Enthusiasm About Life

3/5/202410 minutes, 32 seconds
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Embodying Awareness And Centering In The Heart With Susi Amendola

To learn more about Susi's new book, The Centered Heart, that will be released April 2nd,visit YourCenteredHeart.comSusi Amendola, author of “The Centered Heart: Evidence-Based Mind Body Practices to Stress Less and Improve Cardiac Health” is an Internationally Certified Yoga Therapist who brings over 40 years of experience utilizing Yoga and lifestyle practices to help others heal.In 1983 she founded Yoga Now in Omaha, Nebraska where she currently teaches classes and directs the annual 200-Hour Yoga Certification program. Susi has developed yoga-based stress management programs for schools, businesses, and hospitals throughout the country.Presently, Susi is a National Senior Trainer of Stress Management for the prestigious Ornish Lifestyle Medicine program for reversing heart disease. The program includes Yoga as part of a multi-dimensional approach to healing, and is covered by Medicare under the guidelines of Intensive Cardiac Rehab. Susi has contributed over 150 articles to Ornish Living Magazine , an online publication to support those who are making lifestyle changes to improve their health and well-being, with an audience of over a million subscribers.With her expertise in both the ancient practices of Yoga and the medical world, Susi’s teachings and classes are unlike anything else you will find. Her teaching style is heart-centered, nurturing, practical, and empowering. She continues to practice, teach and inspire others to listen deeply to the healer within.
3/1/202419 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Susi Amendola

To learn more about Susi's new book, The Centered Heart, that will be released April 2nd, visit YourCenteredHeart.comSusi Amendola, author of “The Centered Heart: Evidence-Based Mind Body Practices to Stress Less and Improve Cardiac Health” is an Internationally Certified Yoga Therapist who brings over 40 years of experience utilizing Yoga and lifestyle practices to help others heal.In 1983 she founded Yoga Now in Omaha, Nebraska where she currently teaches classes and directs the annual 200-Hour Yoga Certification program. Susi has developed yoga-based stress management programs for schools, businesses, and hospitals throughout the country.Presently, Susi is a National Senior Trainer of Stress Management for the prestigious Ornish Lifestyle Medicine program for reversing heart disease. The program includes Yoga as part of a multi-dimensional approach to healing, and is covered by Medicare under the guidelines of Intensive Cardiac Rehab. Susi has contributed over 150 articles to Ornish Living Magazine , an online publication to support those who are making lifestyle changes to improve their health and well-being, with an audience of over a million subscribers.With her expertise in both the ancient practices of Yoga and the medical world, Susi’s teachings and classes are unlike anything else you will find. Her teaching style is heart-centered, nurturing, practical, and empowering. She continues to practice, teach and inspire others to listen deeply to the healer within.
2/29/202447 minutes, 19 seconds
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"Being Here Is The Point"

2/28/202410 minutes, 55 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Amy Weintraub

2/25/20241 hour, 4 minutes, 30 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Resistance To Letting Go Of Attachments To How I Wish Things Would Be Or No Longer Is What It Once Was

2/22/202418 minutes, 34 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Victoria Angel Heart

2/16/20241 hour, 12 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Sudden Feelings Of Anxiety And Overwhelm

2/14/202412 minutes, 50 seconds
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A Deeply Inspiring and Meaningful Conversation With Nicole Peltier Hall At The Yoga Room

2/10/20241 hour, 4 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts And Limiting Beliefs About What I Am Not Capable Of And What It Is That I Can't Deal With In Life

2/7/202414 minutes, 55 seconds
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Groovin' With Seth Leaf Pruzansky

2/3/20241 hour, 7 minutes, 36 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Human And Having Thoughts And Sometimes Reacting To Them

1/31/202414 minutes, 15 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggling Until I Don't Need To Struggle Anymore

1/24/202421 minutes, 27 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Olia Strunnikova

1/20/202453 minutes, 35 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Deborah Eden Tull

1/17/202420 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Fear, Resistance, And Anger All At The Same Time

1/12/202420 minutes, 50 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jeff Krisman And Pam Savino On The Live Authentically Podcast

1/9/202451 minutes, 47 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jonathan Robinson

To learn more about Jonathan and his work, visithttps://findinghappiness.comTo learn more about his latest book,  The Enlightenment Project: How I Went From Depressed to Blessed, and You Can Too, visithttps://www.netgalley.com/catalog/book/260334Jonathan Robinson is a psychotherapist, best-selling author of ten books, and a professional speaker from Northern California. He has reached over 200 million people around the world with his practical methods, and his work has been translated into 47 languages. His work has appeared in Newsweek, USA TODAY, and the Los Angeles Times, as well as dozens of other publications. In addition, Mr. Robinson has made numerous appearances on the Oprah show and CNN, as well as other national TV talk shows. He has spent more than thirty years studying the most practical and powerful methods for personal and professional development.Mr. Robinson’s first book, “The Experience of God,” included interviews with such notable people as the late Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Wayne Dyer. Jonathan’s second book, “The Little Book of Big Questions,” became a New York Times bestseller, as did his book “Communication Miracles for Couples.” Mr. Robinson’s other books include: Instant Insight; Real Wealth; Shortcuts to Bliss; Shortcuts to Success, The Complete Idiots Guide to Awakening Your Spirituality, and Find Happiness Now.Jonathan speaks regularly to Fortune 500 companies such as Google, Microsoft, Dell, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, and FedEx/Kinko’s. In his public talks and workshops, Jonathan is known for providing his audiences with powerful and immediately useful information in a fun and entertaining manner.
1/4/202449 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts That I Don't Like To Have And Don't Want To Have

12/27/202315 minutes, 19 seconds
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From Deep Conversations Podcast--An Incredibly Deep And Enlightening Conversation With Fusion Band "Local Man Ruins Everything" @ Artspace at Untitled

12/22/202359 minutes, 54 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Leah Drew

The Mindful Evolution Podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/themindfulevolutionFree Workshop: January 2nd 5pm MST (replay will be available)  https://www.leahdrew.com/awareness-seeker-workshopWebsite: https://www.leahdrew.com/Instagram: www.instagram.com/mindbodywithleah
12/15/202355 minutes, 55 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Processing And Believing Two Different Stories In My Head About What Has Happened To Me

12/13/202324 minutes, 12 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Stressed Out By Other People

12/2/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feelings That Change Constantly And How Painful It Can Sometimes Be

11/21/202319 minutes, 34 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Zoe Joncheere

For more information about Zoe, visit https://www.zoejoncheere.comFind Zoe’s YouTube channel here.Zoe gave up her house and her teaching job as a linguist, to fully live her life as a dance. She lives where she works or where people welcome her. Traveling and speaking many languages seem to be part of that dance. As she doesn’t have any thoughts about who she is and who she should be, she completely surrenders to the present moment. The present moment is her only permanent companion, her beloved traveling guide, and biggest inspiration in working with people.“It is my wish to inspire people to live their life in the light of the present moment, to transcend the level of the mind and its endless thoughts, and remember who they truly are.”Zoe mostly draws from her own direct spiritual experience. She is also inspired by Advaita Vedanta (non-duality), Sufism (the ultimate reality is Love) and Tantrism (masculine and feminine energy come together in oneness).  She writes articles in two Dutch magazines* and shares her inspiration in the newsletters you find on this website. In 2010 Zoe had her first opening. One night she woke up bursting out laughing.  ‘Living as God!’ she said. She realized that believing her thoughts was her only problem.  ‘If I don’t believe my thoughts, I become totally available for Life/God to live through this body …’ The next morning she started writing and two weeks later she finished the book Living as God. It is still available in Dutch and in English.** Nobody’s Dance seems to be the sequel to Living as God. “Back then there was a lot of mental clarity, now there is a much deeper experience of that reality that is Love.”“When we become unattached to our stories, past and future and other fantasies, we become transparent. We remember our true nature and become available for life to dance through us. Our life becomes a Nobody’s Dance.”Zoe is a  citizen of Belgium but the world is her home. Zoe offers private sessions in person when possible. She also works through online private sessions. The energy doesn’t care about distance. She is fluent in Dutch, English and French, and also uses Italian and German to talk to people.* The magazines she writes articles for are Inzicht and Vruchtbare Aarde. **Ed.Samsara (Amsterdam)
11/17/202351 minutes
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Mindfully Being Here And Being Fully Human

11/10/202311 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When Nothing Is Happening

10/28/20237 minutes, 37 seconds
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Mindfully Recognizing How Investing Time And Energy In Thoughts And Beliefs Is A "Road To Nowhere" For Me

10/17/202321 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mindfully Allowing The Creation Of More Space To Think However I Think And React However I React While Suffering Less

A hint........it's not me creating the space.....instead, the space gets created on it's own as I continue to practice paying attention to what I am thinking and reacting however I am reacting.
10/5/202324 minutes, 22 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Christy Freddo-Part 1

About Christy:Hey, I’m Christy Freddo, owner of Best Life Mindset. I would love to help you completely transform your life using strategies I personally used with great success! In 2011, in a span of six months, I freed myself from the gilded cage that was my high-paying, glamorous but horribly toxic corporate job that everyone envied, left a decade old abusive marriage to a seemingly charming man everyone loved and finally admitted to myself I was an alcoholic and got sober after 20 years of hardcore drinking. Within two years, I had my own profitable business that allowed me to financially continue the lifestyle I had with my corporate job, had met a wonderful, kind man who I would later blend a beautiful family with and had permanently swapped cocktails for yoga without ever looking back. It’s my heart’s greatest desire to help others create their best life, too! Join me!  For your free “Create Your Best Life” ebook, go to:https://keap.app/contact-us/6430519435464693To download your free “Reinvention Roadmap” guided workbook, go to:Bestlifemindset.comFollow us on socials for tips and inspiration :Facebook: Best Life MindsetInstagram: @best.life.mindsetQuestions: Contact Christy directly at [email protected]
9/29/202332 minutes, 23 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Christy Freddo-Part 2

About Christy:Hey, I’m Christy Freddo, owner of Best Life Mindset. I would love to help you completely transform your life using strategies I personally used with great success! In 2011, in a span of six months, I freed myself from the gilded cage that was my high-paying, glamorous but horribly toxic corporate job that everyone envied, left a decade old abusive marriage to a seemingly charming man everyone loved and finally admitted to myself I was an alcoholic and got sober after 20 years of hardcore drinking. Within two years, I had my own profitable business that allowed me to financially continue the lifestyle I had with my corporate job, had met a wonderful, kind man who I would later blend a beautiful family with and had permanently swapped cocktails for yoga without ever looking back. It’s my heart’s greatest desire to help others create their best life, too! Join me!  For your free “Create Your Best Life” ebook, go to:https://keap.app/contact-us/6430519435464693To download your free “Reinvention Roadmap” guided workbook, go to:Bestlifemindset.comFollow us on socials for tips and inspiration :Facebook: Best Life MindsetInstagram: @best.life.mindsetQuestions: Contact Christy directly at [email protected]
9/29/20236 minutes
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A Deep Conversation With Priestess Francesca

6/19/202353 minutes, 49 seconds
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Mindfully Coping, However I Feel (And Think)

6/17/202316 minutes, 40 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Sean Lake

6/13/202352 minutes, 42 seconds
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Another Gift Of The Practice--When My Mind Is Troubled, I Don't Have To Be Troubled By My Mind

6/10/202320 minutes, 41 seconds
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In The Here And Now With Tasha Timberlake And Jeff Krisman

6/7/202348 minutes, 7 seconds
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Being Who I Am Instead Of Who I Think That I Am

6/3/202321 minutes, 41 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Sharla Ember

5/30/20231 hour, 10 minutes, 30 seconds
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One Of Fruits Of Mindfulness Practice--Freedom From Beliefs About And Emotional Reactions To What I Am Thinking About What I Am Feeling

5/27/202323 minutes, 22 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Ashley Ludman

5/23/202350 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts About How I Need To Change My Life And What I Need To Do

5/20/202322 minutes, 23 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Mona Aburmishan

5/16/20231 hour, 3 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Struggles From Wanting Things From Others And Desiring Certain Outcomes In Life

5/13/202326 minutes, 8 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Katrina Loos

5/9/202351 minutes, 3 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With My Thoughts And Reactions To People In My Life "Being Distant"

5/6/202318 minutes, 10 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Joe Moody

5/2/202345 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Struggles From Trying Too Hard To Make Certain Things Happen

4/29/202327 minutes, 15 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Lorraine Goldbloom

4/25/202352 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts And Concerns About "Wasting My Time" When I Am Doing Something New In Life

4/22/202323 minutes, 9 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Patrick Wilborn

4/18/202353 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Not Knowing What To Do And With Not Having Answers To Some Of Life's Questions

4/15/202323 minutes, 3 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Louise Livingstone

4/11/202347 minutes, 13 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Learning Difficult Life Lessons And Learning, Growing, And Adapting

4/8/202322 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Dashama

4/4/20231 hour, 5 minutes, 31 seconds
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Mindfully Allowing Myself To Be Free From Being Lost In The Past Or Living In A Future That Hasn't Happened Yet (And May Never Happen)

4/1/202323 minutes, 24 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Conner Durand

3/28/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 26 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts About What I Want And Don't Want In My Life

3/25/202325 minutes, 1 second
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Groovin' On A Saturday Morning With Mindy Smith

3/21/202354 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Being In A Weird Place" Emotionally

3/18/202313 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When When Life Is Challenging And When Things Aren't Going So Well

3/12/202318 minutes, 56 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Suzanne Sterling

3/7/202348 minutes, 27 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When The News Is Not Favorable And With Thoughts Of Fear And Self-Pity

3/4/202324 minutes, 58 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Wendy DeRosa

2/28/202337 minutes, 28 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Other People's Unhappiness

2/25/202321 minutes, 17 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Laura Hensley

2/22/202341 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feeling Low Energy And Very Little Enthusiasm About Life

2/17/202323 minutes, 13 seconds
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Jeff Krisman, The Host Of The Mindful Coping Podcast Interviewed About Mindfulness And Mindful Coping Practice By Lindsey Towlen With Indigo Lotus Healing

2/14/202339 minutes, 22 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts That I Don't Want To Have

2/11/202323 minutes, 39 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Stuart Preston

2/6/202357 minutes, 51 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts About Resisting Or Avoiding The Experience Of Fear Or Discomfort

2/4/202318 minutes, 28 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Mara Bishop

1/30/202347 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mindfully Coping, One Moment At A Time When I Am Not Sure What To Do Next And When Things Aren't Really Clear

1/27/202317 minutes, 52 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Andrea Martin

1/24/202340 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Fearful And Uncomfortable Thoughts In The Middle Of The Night

1/21/202324 minutes, 58 seconds
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Groovin' On A Sunday Evening With Seth Leaf Pruzansky

1/17/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 57 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Not Wanting To Feel What I Am Feeling (And/Or Not Wanting To Think What I Am Thinking)

1/14/202325 minutes, 30 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Whitney Freya

To learn more about Whitney and her work and to peruse her online studio, visit https://whitneyfreyastudio.comHer book, Rise Above, Free Your Mind One Brush Stroke at a Time is now available at amazon.com Whitney Freya provides practical tools and practices that help people learn to live as a Life Artist and free their minds from beliefs about limitations and scarcity so that they can create more in their lives that light them up from the inside out.
1/10/202354 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With With Low Energy And "Feeling Overwhelmed"

1/7/202325 minutes, 44 seconds
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The "Finding Presence Series" With Lorraine Goldbloom--A Deep Exploration Of Loneliness

1/3/202345 minutes, 34 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Limits Of "Self-Confidence" During Times Of Change In Life

12/31/202225 minutes, 16 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Angie Hooper

Angie Hooper is the founder of Happy at Law and creator of The Forgiveness Path and the Happy at Life HABIT. She shows her clients how to break free from being stuck in a "grudge loop" through the step-by-step process of forgiveness. She teaches executives, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and leaders how to find their confidence, break free from the "suck it up buttercup" burnout cycle, and burnout-proof their businesses and careers.Angie is a founding contributor to the Onest Network. Her show, The Leadership HABIT can be found on the Onest Network, streaming on Roku and Fire TV. She graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law and the UTA honors program, licensed to practice law in Oklahoma and Texas, and is a Certified Professional Coach, a COR.E Performance Dynamics Specialist, and an ICF-certified coach.https://angiehooper.com/apply to book a free intro coaching call to see if it's a fit to work with Angiehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/angie-hooper-jd-cpc/https://www.pinterest.com/angiehoopercoaching/https://www.instagram.com/angiehoopercoaching/https://www.linkedin.com/company/angiehoopercoaching/https://www.facebook.com/happyatlife/
12/27/202251 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mindfully Coping with Resistance To Life As It Happens

12/24/202223 minutes, 44 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jennifer McKinney-Miser

12/20/202255 minutes, 11 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Worry And Fear About Loss--Exploring The Limits To How I Can "Think My Way Out Of" What Is Scary And Painful

12/17/202224 minutes, 20 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Mark Westmoquette

To learn more about Mark and his new book, Zen and the Art of Dealing with Difficult People, visithttps://markwestmoquette.co.ukMark works with people to help them connect their inner and outer universe to uncover the wonder and awe of being in every moment.As an astrophysicist and Zen teacher and ordained Zen monk, he offers a unique method of embodied practice based on science and research, which will encourage people to find a deep connection with the cosmos.In 2019, he gave up his life of teaching courses and workshops in yoga, mindfulness and Zen to move with his wife to the island of St Helena in the South Atlantic for a two-year adventure that involved writing this bookIn his new book, Zen and the Art of Dealing with Difficult People, he stresses that by bringing awareness and kindness to these relationships will naturally shift them into something much broader and more inclusive. The result is a helpful book with a positive and helpful message: we can take a new perspective on the people who cause us pain.
12/13/202250 minutes, 15 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Struggling Emotionally Until I Don't Need To Struggle Anymore"

12/10/202218 minutes, 5 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Shelly Tygielski

Shelly Tygielski is the author of Sit Down to Rise Up and founder of the global grassroots mutual aid organization Pandemic of Love.  Her work has been featured by over 100 media outlets, including CNN Heroes, The Kelly Clarkson Show, CBS This Morning, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. A trauma-mindfulness teacher and a Garrison Institute Fellow, she has been called one of the “12 Powerful Women of the Mindfulness Movement” by Mindful.org and teaches self-care and resilience at organizations around the world.Visit her online at http://www.shellytygielski.com. Link to her book’s product page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1608687449Shelly's  social media links:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mindfulskatergirl   Facebook Personal: http://www.facebook.com/shellytygielskiFacebook Professional:  http://www.facebook.com/shellymeditationTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/shellytygielskiYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/bentleyangelLinked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellymindfulness/ABOUT HER BOOKThe practice of mindfulness is most often touted for its profound mind, body, and spirit benefits. In Sit Down to Rise Up, self-care activist Shelly Tygielski shows that mindfulness can also be a powerful tool for spurring transformative collective action.“The premise of this book,” Shelly states, “is fairly simple: When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”Organized in three sections—Me, We, and Us—SIT DOWN TO RISE UP  sheds light on:Why self-care — a commitment to taking an active role in safeguarding our mental and physical wellness — isn’t self-centered but truly a selfless act — and ways to expand our view of the “self” to include our family, community, human beings across the globe, and the natural world.How we are each born with a sense of agency — the ability to rise up, assert ourselves, and become an agent for social change, regardless of our circumstances — and ways to uncover and nurture that seed within us.     Why positive thinking as a consistent habit is downright impossible — and how to find simple, unconditional happiness that is not in opposition to negative experiences through conscious action and connection with othersWhy self-care — a commitment to taking an active role in safeguarding our mental and physical wellness — isn’t self-centered but truly a selfless act — and ways to expand our view of the “self” to include our family, community, human beings across the globe, and the natural worldThe power of showing up, taking baby steps, and making incremental change — and an arsenal of tools to help anyone create circles of influence for serving others and doing good, sparking a ripple effect that continues to reverberate and inspire people of all types everywhere.Why we urgently need to extinguish the stigma attached to asking for help and support the concept and reality of equity, how to set up your own mutual aid network…and more.
12/5/202231 minutes, 31 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Emotional Struggles From My Actions (Or Inaction) Being Questioned, Judged, Or Doubted

12/3/202225 minutes, 4 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Michael Thornhill

To connect with Michael and to learn more about Casa Galactica, visitwww.casagalactica.comTo learn more about their 10-Day Ayahuasca Healing & Evolution Retreats, visitwww.casagalactica.com/ayahuasca-retreats-pisac-peruMichael Thornhill, is co-founder of Casa Galactica in Peru. Michael is a trauma-informed plant spirit healer, professional channel and non-dual teacher. Recovering from addiction, trauma and abuse have been a big part of Michael's own healing journey. He now dedicates his life to helping others heal themselves.Casa Galactica offer Ayahuasca Healing and Evolution Retreats, online private sessions and group programs for dedicated inner-truth seekers and multidimensional healers.
11/29/202255 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feeling "Uncomfortable In My Own Skin" And Feeling Inadequate

11/26/202219 minutes, 47 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Dr. Holly Rogers About Koru Mindfulness

To learn more about Dr. Rogers and her work, visithttps://korumindfulness.org/about/teamTo learn more about Koru Mindfulness, visithttps://korumindfulness.orgTo learn more about her books, visithttps://korumindfulness.org/the-mindful-twenty-something-life-skills-to-handle-stress-everything-else/https://korumindfulness.org/about-the-book/
11/22/202235 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Being Annoyed And Irritated By People"

11/19/202219 minutes, 51 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Nanci Smith

To learn more about Nanci and her work with Collaborative Divorce and promoting peaceful divorce practices, visithttps://nancismithlaw.comTo learn more about her book, Untangling Your Marriage, visithttps://nancismithlaw.com/book
11/16/202226 minutes, 37 seconds
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A Brief Mindful Moment About Another One Of The Most Powerful Benefits Of Mindfulness Practice--Discovering That What I Think Is Happening May Not Be What Is Happening--8 Minutes And 24 Seconds

11/15/20228 minutes, 24 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With My Own Emotional Sensitivity And Petulance

11/12/202217 minutes, 53 seconds
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A Brief Mindful Moment About One Of The Most Powerful Benefits Of Mindfulness Practice--7 Minutes, 56 Seconds

11/8/20227 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Needing Things To Work A Certain Way"

11/5/202223 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jessica Kahn

To learn more about Jessica and her life journey, visitInstagram @mytruth.mystoryfacebook @mytruth.mystorytiktok @mytruth.mystoryTo connect with Jessica directlyemail: [email protected]
11/2/202255 minutes
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Mindfully Coping With Uncomfortable Conversations And The Suffering Of Others And Myself

10/29/202221 minutes, 34 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Beth Bell

To learn more about Beth, her life journey, and her work, visithttps://bethbell.meTo learn more about Beth's recently released book, visitAngels, Herpes and Psychedelics: Unraveling the Mind to Unveil IllusionsTo listen to a free reading by Beth of the first 2 chapters of the book, visithttps://bethbell.me/aboutABOUT BETHA rising sales star turned marketing executive, Beth Bell spent more than 16 years leading strategic brand planning and more for the pharmaceutical industry.  But somewhere between C-level meetings and marketplace assessments,Beth began listening more closely to the world around — and within — her.  What she heard led her eventually to ditch her corporate life to pursue her life’s purpose of “pollinating the planet with love.”As her inward journey deepened, Beth became known as the “Flower Whisperer” and forged new paths — first as an entrepreneur designing silver jewelry in Bali, then as a radio/TV show host and author.  Additionally, she’s a multi-dimensional advisor for CEOs and psychedelic pharmaceutical companies.  Beth currently lives in America with her rescue dog, Lily.
10/25/202256 minutes, 12 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Emotionally Self-Destructing" And The Joy Of Returning Back To The Here And Now

10/22/202221 minutes, 18 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Dr. Ron Alexander

To learn more about Dr. Ron and his work, visithttps://ronaldalexander.comTo learn more about Dr. Ron's recently released book, Core Creativity: The Mindful Way To Unlock Your Creative Self, visithttps://ronaldalexander.com/core-creativityRonald A. Alexander, PhD, MFT, SEP (Somatic Experiencing Practitioner) is a Creativity and Communication Consultant, and an Executive and Leadership Coach, with a private psychotherapy practice working with individuals, couples, families, and groups in Santa Monica, California. He is the Executive Director of the OpenMind® Training Institute, a leading-edge organization that offers personal and professional training programs in core creativity, mind-body therapies, transformational leadership, and mindfulness meditation. For more than forty-four years, Alexander has been a trainer of healthcare professionals in North America, as well as in Europe, Russia, Japan, China, and Australia. As a Mindfulness and Zen Buddhist practitioner, he specializes in utilizing mindfulness meditation in his professional and corporate work to help people transform their lives by accessing the mind states that open the portal to their core creativity.Alexander is a leading pioneer in the fields of Mindfulness Based Mind-Body Therapies, Gestalt Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Ericksonian Mind-Body Therapies, Holistic Psychology, and Integrative and Behavioral Medicine. He is a long-time extension faculty member of the UCLA Departments of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Entertainment, a lecturer in the David Geffen School of Medicine, and an adjunct faculty member at Pacifica Graduate Institute and Pepperdine Universities. Alexander received his SEP Certificate from the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute in Boulder Colorado. He consulted with and received treatment from Milton H Erickson MD. He personally trained with Ernest Rossi and Steven Gilligan in Ericksonian Hypnotherapy as well as with Daniel P. Brown of the Harvard Medical Cambridge Hospital professional training’s seminars in hypnosis and hypno-analysis. He trained with and was certified by the Los Angeles Gestalt Therapy Institute and with Erving and Miriam Polster PhD of the Gestalt Training Center of La Jolla. He also received training and supervision in Contemporary Gestalt and Family Therapies, Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology, Relational and Object Relations Therapies.Dr. Ronald Alexander, PhD is a leading Creativity and Communication Coach, International Clinical Trainer, Executive and Leadership Coach, with a private practice in Santa Monica, California. He is the originator of the OpenMind Training® Institute, a leading edge organization that offers personal and professional training programs in mindfulness based mind-body therapies, transformational leadership, and meditation. His unique method combines ancient wisdom teachings with Leadership Coaching and Core Creativity into a comprehensive integrated, behaviorally effective mind-body program. This system combines techniques that support strategies of personal, clinical, and corporate excellence and growth.Alexander’s extensive training includes core creativity, conflict management, Gestalt therapy, leadership and organizational development, and vision and strategic planning. He pioneered the early values and vision-based models for current day leadership and professional coaching. He specializes in Mind-Body therapies and has been studying and teaching Mindfulness Meditation, Creative Visualization and Transpersonal Psychology since 1970. Alexander studied with and was influenced by noted leaders in these fields such as Ken Blanchard, Werner Erhard, Warren Bennis, Umberto Materana and Francesco Variela, and was one of the grandfathers of coaching along with Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield.
10/19/202251 minutes, 22 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Overwhelming Thoughts And Reactions When Being "Made Fun Of" And Experiencing Other People's Insensitivities

10/15/202226 minutes, 8 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Nina Simons

To learn more about Nina and her work, visithttps://www.ninasimons.comTo learn more about Bioneers, visithttps://bioneers.orgTo learn more about her newest book, Nature, Culture, And The Sacred: A Woman Listens For Leadership, visithttps://www.ninasimons.com/writingNina Simons is the co-founder and Chief Relationship Strategist at Bioneers, and leads its Everywoman’s Leadership program. Bioneers is a nonprofit that uses media, convening, and connecting to lift up visionary and practical solutions for many of our most pressing social and ecological challenges, using a whole-system approach. Nina is a social entrepreneur who is passionate about reinventing leadership, restoring the feminine, and co-creating a healthy, peaceful, and equitable world for all. She speaks and teaches internationally at schools, conferences, and festivals, and co-facilitates transformative workshops and retreats for women that share practices for regenerative leadership through relational mindfulness.Throughout her remarkable career spanning the nonprofit, social entrepreneurship, corporate, and philanthropic sectors, Nina has worked with nearly a thousand diverse women leaders across disciplines, race, class, age, orientation, and more to create conditions for mutual learning and leadership development.  She produces and speaks at large-scale events to work intimately to help small, diverse groups of women leaders knit together to strengthen each other’s work pursuing intersectional healing and ecological justice. Nina serves on the Advisory Council for Daughters for Earth and is a member of the Women Donors Network, Confluence Philanthropy, and Edge Funders. 2017, Nina was a recipient of the Goi Peace Award, presented annually to individuals who have made outstanding contributions toward the realization of a peaceful and harmonious world. Past honorees include Bill Gates, James Lovelock, and Deepak Chopra.Her prior work includes President at Seeds of Change, which she helped grow into an emerging national brand in less than five years by using innovative approaches to public relations and community-based marketing. At Odwalla, as Director of Strategic Marketing, she grew consumer loyalty while guiding teams nationwide just after their IPO. Nina studied Theater Arts and Psychology at Cornell University. In addition to writing the first and second editions of Nature, Culture, and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership (Green Fire Press), Nina co-edited 2010’s Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart (Park Street Press), which explores the flourishing, passionate forms of leadership emerging from women on behalf of the earth through the prism of more than 30 essays from successful women leaders.
10/11/202243 minutes, 41 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Not Liking What Is Happening And How Things Are

10/7/202218 minutes, 54 seconds
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A Conscious Conversation With Melissa Moore

To learn more about Melissa and about Karuna Training, visithttps://karunatraining.comMelissa Moore Ph.D. Steward of the North American Karuna training since 2014, and co-founded Karuna Europe in 1996. Melissa has her MA in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, and her Ph.D. in Psychological Anthropology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.Melissa has been a student of Vajrayana Buddhism and Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche since 1979. She was the founding Director of the Felton Institute for Research and Training in San Francisco (2006–2016). She has been involved in community-based research for the most marginalized populations in California, trained front-line providers in mental health in evidence-based practices, and then researched the outcomes.Melissa is the Executive Director of Karuna Training and a lead faculty. She has taught Karuna Training in nine countries and in four states in the U.S. She lives in Denver with her dog and husband.Melissa recently published The Diamonds Within Us: Uncovering Brilliant Sanity Through Contemplative Psychology; find out more about the bookhere: https://thediamondswithinus.org
10/4/202249 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Triggered And Unsettled By What Others Say Or Do

9/30/202220 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Very Strong Emotional Reactions And The Thoughts That Come From Them

9/24/202217 minutes, 44 seconds
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The "Finding Presence Series" With Lorraine Goldbloom--A Deep Exploration Of Intimacy

9/21/202245 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mindfully Coping In The Here And Now, No Matter How Challenging It Is

9/17/202218 minutes, 50 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Nathaniel Garrett Novosel

To learn more about Nathaniel and his work, visitwww.yourmeaninginlife.comThe Meaning of Life Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082RHWM63/The X-Factor: The Spiritual Secrets Behind Successful Executives & Entrepreneurs: https://www.amazon.com/X-Factor-Spiritual-Successful-Executives-Entrepreneurs-ebook/dp/B09J45JDXG/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LifetheBook/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LifetheBookPinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lifethebook/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themeaningoflifebookLocals: https://themeaningoflife.locals.comMinds: https://www.minds.com/lifethebook/Nathanael Garrett Novosel is a professional researcher and advisor with over 20 years of experience studying individual and group behavior. Over that time, he has researched psychology, evolutionary biology, organizational best practices, leadership decision making, business, technology, finance, and philosophy to understand how the world as we know it works and why.Nathanael spent much of his career using the insights from this research to help the world’s leading executives solve their most pressing organizational challenges and create their strategic plans. Noticing the common drivers of success in all areas of life, he decided to devote his research, problem-solving, and advisory skills to helping people live the best lives possible.
9/15/202240 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Getting Wrapped Up In Thoughts About And Beliefs Regarding How I Know Why People Are Behaving Towards Me In A Certain Way

9/12/202218 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "The Storms Of Life"

9/10/202218 minutes, 42 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Dr. Rachel Allyn

To learn more about Rachel and her work, visithttps://www.drrachelallyn.comTo learn more about her book, The Pleasure Is All Yourshttps://www.thepleasureisallyoursbook.comInstagram : @drrachelallyn     Facebook: Holistic Psychology by Rachel Allyn, PhDRachel Allyn, PhD has been a licensed holistic psychologist for 20 years specializing in mind-body medicine, relationships, and intimacy issues. She helps individuals and couples cope with their mood, life transitions, and all types of relationship challenges.As a certified yoga teacher, Dr. Allyn incorporates the body into her sessions at times and leads therapeutic mind-body workshops and retreats. She recently released a book called, The Pleasure Is All Yours: Reclaim Your Body's Bliss and Reignite Your Passion for Life. The book is based on the same topic as her 2019 TEDx talk focusing on her method of "bodyfulness," which integrates mindfulness, movement to release stress and trauma stuck in the body, and reclaiming healing healthy pleasures within a repressed, over-worked culture. Her motto is “Pleasure to the People!” When she’s not spreading this message, you can find her skiing, surfing, or singing karaoke.
9/6/202243 minutes, 27 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts About "Things Getting Better" Or "Things Getting Worse"

9/2/202225 minutes, 10 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Ashley Davis Bush

8/31/202229 minutes, 41 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Enamored With People, Places, Things, And Situations

8/27/202221 minutes, 48 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Ronni Tichenor and Jennie Weaver

To learn more about Ronni and Jennie and their work, visithttps://www.heartandsoulsisters.netTheir new book,  Healing Begins with Us: Breaking the Cycle of Trauma and Abuse and Rebuilding the Sibling Bond (HeartWisdom LLC, April 5, 2022), shares their inspiring and hopeful story of healing from their painful upbringing.They are sharing their story now to help heal the shame that they have carried as survivors of trauma, and to contribute to healing the hearts of others who have struggled in similar ways. To them healing is not about changing, or becoming someone "different" or "better"---it's about becoming more fully who they are: a spark of The Divine, connected to All, here to assist each other as our souls explore this existence and learn to love and live in peace.Ronni Tichenor has a PhD in sociology, specializing in family studies, from the University of Michigan.Jennie Weaver received her degree from the Vanderbilt School of Nursing and is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with over 25 years of experience in family practice and mental health. 
8/24/202248 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thinking That I Know What Other People Are Thinking And Feeling About Me

8/20/202218 minutes, 54 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Victoria Angel Heart

8/17/20221 hour, 12 minutes, 39 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Challenges From A Potential Huge Change In How Things Are In Life

8/13/202220 minutes, 54 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Amy Weintraub

8/10/20221 hour, 4 minutes, 30 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With What Is To Be And What Is Not To Be

8/6/202222 minutes, 27 seconds
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Groovin' With Seth Leaf Pruzansky

8/4/20221 hour, 7 minutes, 36 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With What I Think And Believe About What People Want From Me

7/30/202215 minutes, 1 second
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The "Finding Presence Series" With Lorraine Goldbloom--A Deep Exploration Of Healing Anxiety

7/26/202252 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Needing More From Others And Myself And Thoughts About It Never Being Enough

7/23/202222 minutes, 36 seconds
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A Visit With Deepak Chopra And Dr. And Master Zhi Gang Sha About "Tapping The Source" Quarterly Online Science And Spirituality Summit

To request video file in order to see the Tao calligraphy and the notes that Dr. Sha shares, please email [email protected] Zhi Gang Sha is a Tao grandmaster, healer, teacher, and author of 30 books, including 11 New York Times bestsellers and several others on the bestseller lists of the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Amazon. He has an MD degree in Western medicine from China and is also a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Master Sha has combined the essence of Western medicine with ancient wisdom to create Soul Mind Body Medicine®, Master Sha’s Soul Healing®, and Tao teachings to help humanity. He is a grandmaster of several Asian arts and in 2002 was named Qigong Master of the Year at the Fourth World Congress on Qigong. With the creation of Tao Calligraphy, he received the highest honors a Chinese calligrapher can receive, being appointed to the position of National Chinese Calligrapher Master as well as Honorable Researcher Professor by the State Ethnic Academy of Painting in Beijing, China.For more information, visit www.tappingthesource.org"Tapping the Source" is an online science and spirituality summit premiering on July 16 that will be held quarterly for the remainder of 2022 and beyondQuarterly Held Event Targeting Spirituality and Science Will Help People Navigate Unprecedented Challenges of 2022As millions of Americans continue to grapple with strife in their daily lives caused by a continuing global pandemic, a looming economic recession, lingering social injustices, upsetting political upheavals, and heartbreaking events including deadly mass shootings and fighting in Europe unseen since World War II, a diverse cross section of the world's leading spiritual and wellness icons, humanitarians, philanthropists, philosophers and physicists are launching a series of events to raise awareness about the science of spirituality and help people navigate the unprecedented challenges of 2022.Responding to an overwhelming need for mental health and wellbeing, and as millions of people are meditating and seeking inner peace, "Tapping The Source" will offer conversations with experts sharing their original discoveries and insights about the science of spirituality. With their own unique perspectives, each panelist will explain how every person has the power to transform their own reality and also have a dramatic impact on the world. This is a rare chance to expand the public's understanding of complex sciences and connect with deeper, underlying sources of life.100% of proceeds of all future online event will support The Chopra Foundation, The Love Peace Harmony Foundation, and the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, a range of community-serving non-profits established by the program speakers.Tapping the Source is an initiative by Universal Soul Service Corp.
7/19/202237 minutes, 46 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Resistance To What Is Happening In Life As It Happens And Feeling Less Enthusiasm About It

7/16/202225 minutes, 37 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Deborah Eden Tull

To learn more about Deborah, visithttps://www.deborahedentull.comHer newest book, Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown, is available for pre-order and will be released by Shambhala Publications in September 2022.DEBORAH EDEN TULL, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, teaches the integration of compassionate awareness into every aspect of our lives,  bridging personal and collective awakening in an age of global change. She is a Zen meditation and engaged dharma teacher, public speaker, author, and sustainability educator, who teaches dharma intertwined with post-patriarchal thought and practices, resting upon a lived knowledge of our unity with the more than human world.. She trained for seven and a half years as a Buddhist monk at a silent Zen monastery and has taught engaged dharma for over 20 years. Eden has lived in sustainable communities and as an organic gardener/farmer for decades and celebrates the essential wisdom of nature . Eden’s teaching emphasizes the spiritual, interpersonal, transpersonal, societal, ecological, and global impacts of engaged awareness practice. She has worked with a wide range of audiences, from dharma students and people wanting to cultivate more compassion in their lives, to concerned citizens and activists, parents, schools, corporations,, inner city youth and people who are incarcerated.   Eden has a special gift for facilitating mindful inquiry, fierce compassion, and relational intelligence. She weaves dharma with her embodiment of animism, deep ecology, shadow work, and conscious movement/dance, to help people release limiting beliefs and collective biases that have been passed down over generations. She draws upon her own experience of navigating loss, illness, and trauma, guiding people to embrace the mystery and celebrate the value and alchemy of light and darkness as teachers of love.  Eden also facilitates The Work That Reconnects, as created by Buddhist scholar and eco-philosopher Joanna Macy for transforming our pain and love for our world into compassionate action, and teaches with UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center. She offers experiential trainings in deep listening, relational intelligence, regenerative leadership, spiritual activism, and the deep-feminine.Eden grew up in a family of activists and artists. She has been an advocate for social justice and ecological sustainability throughout her life. After college, before becoming a Zen monastic at the age of 26,  she worked for an international non-profit focused on cultural and biological diversity and the building of local economies, while also helping to create organic gardens in low-income communities.She has been an organic gardener and farmer for decades, a visionary urban ecology project in the Arizona desert; the Zen Buddhist monastery where she trained; and in urban gardens in the San Francisco Bay area and Los Angeles. She is certified in Permaculture Design and Bio-Intensive Organic Gardening. Eden’s work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Tricycle, Yogi Times, Shambhala Times, The Shift Network, and The Ecologist. Eden has also been teaching for UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center since 2012. She has been collaborating with Nina Simons, co-founder of Bioneers and Cultivating Women’s Leadership, since 2012, on the topics of Relational Mindfulness: Regenerating Ourselves and Our World, and Women’s Leadership.
7/12/202220 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Need To Be Liked And Accepted And With Concerns About "Feeling Foolish"

7/9/202227 minutes, 41 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jonathan Robinson

To learn more about Jonathan and his work, visithttps://findinghappiness.comTo learn more about his latest book,  The Enlightenment Project: How I Went From Depressed to Blessed, and You Can Too, visithttps://www.netgalley.com/catalog/book/260334Jonathan Robinson is a psychotherapist, best-selling author of ten books, and a professional speaker from Northern California. He has reached over 200 million people around the world with his practical methods, and his work has been translated into 47 languages. His work has appeared in Newsweek, USA TODAY, and the Los Angeles Times, as well as dozens of other publications. In addition, Mr. Robinson has made numerous appearances on the Oprah show and CNN, as well as other national TV talk shows. He has spent more than thirty years studying the most practical and powerful methods for personal and professional development.Mr. Robinson’s first book, “The Experience of God,” included interviews with such notable people as the late Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, and Dr. Wayne Dyer. Jonathan’s second book, “The Little Book of Big Questions,” became a New York Times bestseller, as did his book “Communication Miracles for Couples.” Mr. Robinson’s other books include: Instant Insight; Real Wealth; Shortcuts to Bliss; Shortcuts to Success, The Complete Idiots Guide to Awakening Your Spirituality, and Find Happiness Now.Jonathan speaks regularly to Fortune 500 companies such as Google, Microsoft, Dell, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, and FedEx/Kinko’s. In his public talks and workshops, Jonathan is known for providing his audiences with powerful and immediately useful information in a fun and entertaining manner.
7/6/202249 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Who I Think Other People Are And How I Think That They Feel About Me

7/2/202222 minutes, 39 seconds
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The "Finding Presence Series" With Lorraine Goldbloom

6/29/202244 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Life Not Working The Way It Used To"

6/25/202221 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Cycles Of Excitement And Ambivalence--The "Ups And Downs Of Life"

6/18/202228 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts And Beliefs About "Things Not Working Out" In My Life

6/11/202218 minutes, 34 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Completely Shocked, Surprised, Emotionally Hurt, And Offended By Other People's Behavior In The Middle Of Life While It's All Happening

6/4/202228 minutes, 13 seconds
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In The Here And Now With Tasha Timberlake And Jeff Krisman

6/2/202248 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mindfully Coping Somewhere In Between Hope And Hopelessness

5/28/202217 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Fears About Certain Things Happening In The Future That I Don't Want To Happen

5/20/202216 minutes, 24 seconds
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Exploring The Benefits Of Mindful Coping--The Fruits Of The Practice--Open Heart And Mind

5/13/202216 minutes, 29 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When Things Are Really Difficult And When It Actually Is An Emergency

5/6/202224 minutes, 18 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Things Not Getting Better" And Maybe Even "Getting Worse"

4/29/202225 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Reliance On Being Able To "Think My Way Out Of Or Through Things"

4/22/202224 minutes, 37 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The "River Of Thoughts" That Never Ceases

4/15/202223 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Big Picture--Mindfully Coping From Moment To Moment When Things Are Painful And When Things Are Uncertain And Changing Constantly

4/7/202229 minutes, 28 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Jeff Krisman, The Host Of ONEConsciousness Deep Conversations Podcast By Pam Savino Of The Live Authentically Podcast

4/1/202251 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Finding Myself In A Different Place In Life" And Being Unsure About What Will Happen Next

3/25/202223 minutes, 44 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Taking Some Steps Forward And Then Some Steps Back"

3/21/202219 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Feeling Deflated And Disheartened"

3/11/202225 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "How I Think That It Is"

3/4/202222 minutes, 20 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Thoughts And Beliefs About Who I Am, What I Am Doing, And Where I Am Trying To Get In Life

2/25/202217 minutes
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Mindfully Coping With Unconscious Reactions, Thoughts, And Beliefs About How Others Are Relating To Me

2/18/202221 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feeling Resentment Towards Others

2/11/202227 minutes, 57 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Being Triggered And Having Emotional Outbursts"

2/4/202227 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Not Liking How I Am Feeling (Thinking) About Someone"

1/28/202217 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Feeling All Of The Feelings"

1/21/202227 minutes, 28 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Fears About "Coming Out Of My Comfort Zone" And With Worries About Not Being Able To Do Certain Things That Make Me Fearful

1/14/202222 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Feeling Discouraged About Things"

1/4/202223 minutes, 49 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Being Sick Of Tired Of Things Being The Way That They Are"

12/29/202128 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With How I Get In My Own Way With Thoughts About Who I Am And Who I Think That I Should Be

12/18/202126 minutes, 55 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When Life Is Complicated And Challenging

12/11/202120 minutes, 30 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Saturday, November 29th

11/20/202119 minutes, 53 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Tuesday, November 9th

11/9/202126 minutes, 32 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Saturday, October 23rd

10/23/202112 minutes, 24 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Saturday, October 9th

10/9/202123 minutes, 12 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Friday, September 24th

9/24/202116 minutes, 18 seconds
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Notes From The Journey--Monday, September 13th

9/13/202114 minutes, 40 seconds
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Mindfully Letting Coping With Clinging To The Need For "Feel-Good Moments"

6/6/202116 minutes, 53 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles Related To The Suffering Of People In Our Lives And Around Us

5/31/202120 minutes, 52 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Not Coping"

5/22/202120 minutes, 22 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Embarrassment That Arises From "Making A Fool Out Of Myself"

5/16/202121 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mindfully Finding Clarity And Perspective Amidst Anger And Confusion

5/9/202121 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Sudden And Unexpected Loss, Grief, Shock, Guilt, Regret And Other Difficult Emotions

5/2/202120 minutes, 38 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Not Feeling Valued By Others And The Struggles That Come From It

4/25/202119 minutes
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Mindfully Coping With Being In A "Low Mood"

4/18/202120 minutes, 11 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being "Triggered," Hurt, And Offended By Something That Someone Says To Us

4/10/202120 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles That Come From Not Feeling Heard, Acknowledged, And Valued

4/2/202123 minutes, 57 seconds
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MIndfully Coping With Struggles That Come From How Others See Me And How I See Myself

3/27/202122 minutes, 1 second
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MIndfully Coping With Being Highly Offended By Unsolicited Advice Received From Someone

3/20/202119 minutes, 18 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles That Can Come From How Our Thoughts About People In Our Lives Change Over Time

3/13/202114 minutes, 7 seconds
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Mindfully Coping When Things "Crash And Burn" In Our Lives--Emotionally Speaking

3/6/202124 minutes, 44 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles That Come From "Embarrassing Myself"

2/28/202118 minutes, 59 seconds
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MIndfully Coping With Intense Emotional Highs And The Lows That Come After

2/20/202126 minutes, 26 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Feeling "Singled Out And Embarrassed"

2/13/202127 minutes, 31 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With "Doors Closing" And Certain Things Ending In Our Lives

2/6/202121 minutes, 13 seconds
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MIndfully Coping With "Feelings Being Hurt" By Someone

1/30/202126 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Resistance To Other People, Certain Experiences, And Things

1/23/202122 minutes, 10 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Being Angry And Frustrated With Other People

1/16/202117 minutes, 21 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Difficult Emotions

1/10/202120 minutes, 15 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles From Our Thoughts And Beliefs About Who We And Other People Are

1/2/202121 minutes, 42 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Strong Emotional Reactions And Endless Thoughts When People Project Their Beliefs About Us Or About What We Are Communicating

12/26/202025 minutes, 45 seconds
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Mindfully Appreciating The Difference Between Conscious Awareness And Emotions/Moods

12/19/202019 minutes, 28 seconds
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A Deep Conversation About Mindfulness With Brett Hill

TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/tGufhM8VtuAJeff sits down with mindfulness and communications skills coach Brett Hill to hear about his work with clients, about how he discovered Mindfulness practice, and how he has evolved as a human being since discovering the benefits of the practice. He also reflects deeply about how he created a unique coaching practice blending mindfulness and communication skills and how this has impacted his life and those that he works with in several beneficial ways.To learn more about Brett and the unique coaching experience that he offers that blends Mindfulness and communications skills, please visit https://www.languageofmindfulness.com/ To receive a Free PDF on 8 Ways you can be more mindful in virtual meetings and to sign up for his email list, please visit https://www.languageofmindfulness.com/8ways/ In college, Brett decided that limits of what we can achieve and the quality of our lives is dependent on our ability to communicate well.  His degree in interpersonal communication combined nicely with his fascination for technology leading to a career as a technical story-teller, author, blogger, and speaker for companies like Microsoft, Adobe, and others. But he wanted to go much deeper, so he sought out the best he could find. He has had the good fortune to study Hakomi somatic psychotherapy with the founder – Ron Kurtz,  Matrix Leadership group dynamics with the founder –  Amina Knowlan,  and meditation with the late Audle Allison.   He taught meditation for several years and founded the Quest Institute in Dallas.  Other influences include martial arts, contact improvisation, and training with Gabrielle Roth As a result of this unique background, he has come to believe there no faster way to improve your communications and the quality of your life than being mindful during conversation. The Language of Mindfulness is the distillation of many years of work and inspired a TEDx talk (2021), the book and class in development.
12/11/202046 minutes, 8 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles From Overthinking My Connections With Other People And From "Trying To Find My People"

12/11/202025 minutes, 19 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With The Fear, Hesitation, And Challenges With Doing New Things Or Doing Things Differently

12/5/202020 minutes, 53 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Our Disbelief And Disagreement With Other People's Choices

11/28/202023 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Struggles From Being Upset Or Offended By How Other People Treat Us And What They Think About Us

11/21/202021 minutes, 28 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Sadness And "Emotional Heaviness"

11/13/202018 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mindfully Coping With Not Being Sure What Step To Take Or Where To Go Next

11/9/202020 minutes, 52 seconds
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Episode 202-Mindfully Coping With Starting Over...........Again

11/1/202022 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 201-Mindfully Coping With "My Life Being Turned Upside Down"

10/25/202020 minutes, 18 seconds
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Episode 200-Mindfully Coping With My Own Anger

10/18/202026 minutes, 12 seconds
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Episode 199-Mindfully Coping With Challenges With My Own Behavior

10/10/202024 minutes, 9 seconds
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Episode 198-MIndfully Coping With Things Not Working Out The Way We Had Hoped Or Expected

10/4/202020 minutes, 27 seconds
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Episode 197-The Big Picture--Coping Mindfully During These Challenging Times

9/26/202020 minutes, 11 seconds
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Episode 196-Mindfully Coping With Our Thoughts About What Other People Think About Us And Our Beliefs When We Strongly Disagree With Their Thoughts And Beliefs

9/20/202018 minutes, 18 seconds
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Episode 195-Mindfully Coping With Taking Things So Personally In Our Interactions With Other People

9/13/202019 minutes, 1 second
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Episode 194-Mindfully Coping With Not Looking Forward To Certain Things Happening In The Future And Causing Suffering For Ourselves With Thoughts, Beliefs, And Speculations

9/6/202024 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 193-Mindfully Coping With All Of The Things That We Can't Control In This Life

8/30/202023 minutes, 38 seconds
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Episode 192-Mindfully Coping With The "Ups And Downs" Of Life And With Losing Energy And Enthusiasm For Our Lives And What We Do Each Day

8/23/202025 minutes, 11 seconds
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A Deep Conversation With Pam Savino

TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/0tR1VUFjutoJeff sits down with Pam Savino to hear about what her work with clients means to her at a very deep level, about formative moments in her life journey, and some important and inspiring lessons that she has learned along the way.To learn about Pam and her coaching work with clients, visithttps://liveauthentically.today/Pam founded Live Authentically to help others learn to find their voice, speak their truth and live authentically. As they go through the transformative events of life, she helps them find their truths and the inner strength to live them fully. She helps people see learning and knowledge in their challenges.She encourages her clients to let go of the ideas that are holding them back. She coaches them away from behaviors based on fear and doubt, instills a healthy level of self-confidence and love, as well as a spiritual understanding of our world.Pam believes that every person is important and valuable, and everyone deserves to live their best and most fulfilled life. Live Authentically is dedicated to helping others find their own happiness, on their terms. There is no judgment.
8/22/202051 minutes, 18 seconds
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Episode 191-Mindfully Coping With Our Emotional Reactions And Struggles When We Feel Like We Have Disappointed And Failed Someone

8/16/202026 minutes, 58 seconds
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Episode 190-Mindfully Coping With "Living In Our Heads Somewhere Else" In An Imagined Future Where Everything Is The Way That We Wish That It Would Be

8/9/202022 minutes, 14 seconds
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Episode 189-Mindfully Coping When Someone "Hurts My Feelings"

8/6/202027 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 188-Mindfully Coping With "Wishing Things Were Different"

7/26/202023 minutes, 4 seconds
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Episode 187-Mindfully Coping With "Needing To Be Right"

7/19/202025 minutes, 36 seconds
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Episode 186-Mindfully Coping With Being Upset Or Offended By Things That Other People Say Or Do

7/12/202025 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 185-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Like "The World Is Turned Upside Down"

7/5/202022 minutes, 30 seconds
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Episode 184-Mindfully Coping When Someone Breaches Our Trust

6/29/202018 minutes, 32 seconds
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Episode 183-Mindfully Coping With Unrealistic Expectations For Myself And Others

6/21/202019 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 182-Mindfully Coping With "Nothing Going Right"

6/13/202021 minutes, 12 seconds
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Episode 181-Mindfully Coping With The Extreme Emotional "Ups And Downs" Of Life

6/7/202023 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 180-Mindfully Coping With Failure That Happens In Our Lives & The Anger, Frustration, Resignation, And Disillusionment That Can Come From It

5/30/202023 minutes, 31 seconds
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Episode 179-Mindfully Coping With "Life Not Going According To Plan Or The Way That I Had Thought That It Was"

5/24/202017 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 178-Mindfully Coping With "Not Feeling Good About Life"

5/17/202026 minutes, 35 seconds
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Episode 177-Mindfully Coping With An Uncertain Future

5/10/202015 minutes, 3 seconds
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Episode 176-How Mindful Coping Practice Can Help Us Have Joy And Meaning In Our Lives Even When We Are "In Our Own Way" With Believing Thoughts And Reactions That Don't Feel Good

5/3/202021 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 175-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Come From Wanting Life To Get Back To Normal

4/26/202019 minutes, 41 seconds
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Episode 174-Mindfully Coping With Not Coping During These Challenging Times

4/19/202022 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 173-Mindfully Coping With Fear Of Change And Facing An Uncertain World

4/12/202016 minutes, 36 seconds
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Episode 172-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Isolated

Full video of this episode available on Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube Or at https://youtu.be/3EmmNAw2OWE
4/3/202021 minutes, 45 seconds
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Episode 171-Mindfully Coping With "Life Feeling Different"

3/28/202026 minutes, 38 seconds
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Episode 170-Mindfully Coping Somewhere Between Hope And Hopelessness

3/21/202025 minutes, 50 seconds
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Episode 169-Mindfully Coping With This Past Week--Fear, Uneasiness, And Uncertainty

3/14/202015 minutes, 45 seconds
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Episode 168-Mindfully Coping With Being Highly Offended By Someone

3/7/20209 minutes, 59 seconds
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Episode 167-Mindfully Coping With Having Strong Opinions And With Needing To Be Validated

3/1/202024 minutes, 19 seconds
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Episode 166-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Lost, Alone, And Afraid

2/22/202021 minutes, 29 seconds
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Episode 165-Mindfully Coping During An "Emotional Meltdown"

2/15/202025 minutes, 46 seconds
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Episode 164-The Big Picture--What It's All About--Mindfully Coping No Matter How We Feel

2/8/202023 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 163-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles That Arise From The "Lows That Come After The Highs"

2/1/202024 minutes, 49 seconds
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Episode 162-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Come From Thinking That People Don't Like Me--The Key Is To Remember That These Are Thoughts And Not Always Reality

1/25/202021 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 161-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Like "Everything Is Falling Apart" In Our Lives

1/18/202025 minutes, 26 seconds
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Episode 160-Mindfully Coping With How The Mind Can "Close Our Heart" To Other People And The World Around Us

1/11/202022 minutes, 12 seconds
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Episode 159-Mindfully Coping With Emotional Reactions From "Being Made Fun Of" For Something About What We Do, What We Say, Or How We Appear

1/2/202027 minutes, 28 seconds
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Episode 158-Mindfully Coping With Not Feeling Like Doing Or Not Being Able To Do Things That We Usually Do

12/21/201916 minutes, 11 seconds
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Episode 157-Mindfully Coping With The Urge To Complain About Difficulties, Disappointments, And Frustrations--We Are Only Human

12/14/201921 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 156-Mindfully Coping With My Thoughts And Internal Reactions To Other People's Behavior

12/7/201924 minutes, 47 seconds
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Episode 155-Mindfully Coping With The Limits Of Self-Pity And Feeling Sorry For Myself

11/30/201926 minutes, 36 seconds
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Episode 154-Mindfully Coping With People And Relationships Changing Over Time

11/23/201926 minutes, 19 seconds
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Episode 153-Mindfully Coping With Being Emotionally Triggered And Someone "Pushing Our Buttons"

11/15/201924 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 152-Mindfully Coping With Worries About Where We Are In Our Lives And Whether We Have Enough Of _____

11/9/201922 minutes, 12 seconds
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Episode 151-Mindfully Coping With Not Liking The Way That We Are Feeling About Our Relationship(s) With People In Our Lives

11/2/201920 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 150-Mindfully Coping With "Wanting To Quit" And Giving Up

10/26/201919 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 149-Mindfully Coping With "Nothing Going Right" Or The Way That We Want Things To Be

10/18/201919 minutes, 23 seconds
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Episode 148-Mindfully Coping With Not Liking The Way That We Are Feeling

10/12/201916 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 147-Mindfully Coping With "Cloudy Emotional Weather"

10/4/201915 minutes, 28 seconds
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Episode 146-Mindfully Coping With Thoughts About "Intensely Disliking Someone"

9/28/201926 minutes, 1 second
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Episode 145-Mindfully Coping With How We Feel Emotionally, No Matter How Difficult It Is Or How Afraid We Are To Feel A Certain Way

9/20/201925 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 144-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles That Come From Thinking And Believing That Certain People Don't Like Or Accept Me For Some Reason

9/14/201929 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 143-Mindfully Coping With The Belief That Anything Can Lead To "Something Else" And With Expectations, Desires, And The Emotional Suffering That Can Arise From This Habit Of Mind

When I was a childI daydreamed all the time about a present moment that didn't exist and that never came to pass.When I was a teenagerI daydreamed about a futurethat existed only in my mind and that never came to fruition.When I was an adultI gave up daydreaming and yearned constantly for "something else"I truly believed that there could be and would be a lifeoutside of the place that I felt trapped inA life that would bring fulfillment and happiness that I imagined and really believed was possible.When my ego and identity was finally shatteredWhen what I believed was "I" "died"I finally woke up from the dreamI finally saw through the illusion.Once I was awakeI could finally accept the deathI could finally accept and embrace the death of all of my illusions and delusions.Once I left my "illusion body" behindI could finally embrace and live in the here and nowI could live in the present momentA present moment that contains nothing other than what is and that leads to nothing other than other present moments.Once I let go of it allI could truly see what remainedI could truly see that this is all there isI could see that what happens next is what happens nextI could see that what happens next has nothing to do with what we want to happen nextI could see that what happens next will most likely not bring the fulfillment we seekI could see that all there really is to do is to live fully in each moment as it happens and to live fully within any joy and pain that arises.Once my eyes were openedI could embrace all of the emptiness that used to sadden and scare meI could see the dark void that anything that happened arose fromI could see the emptiness that anything happened eventually returned toI could allow myself to look right into the void and not be afraidI could finally live within that emptiness and know that searching for and craving any of the things that I wanted as a child, teenager, or an adult were no longer necessaryI could finally live not needing "something else"I could finally live amidst what actually is and actually be sustained by itI could finally die completely immersed in the "this is all that there is.
9/6/201923 minutes, 23 seconds
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Episode 142-Mindfully Coping With "Things Not Going My Way"

8/31/201928 minutes, 3 seconds
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Episode 141-Mindfully Coping With "Being Embarrassed And Feeling Foolish"

8/24/201926 minutes, 32 seconds
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Episode 140-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Emotionally Hurt By Other People And Feeling Angry At And Resentful Of Others

8/17/201925 minutes, 52 seconds
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Episode 139-Mindfully Coping With Being Frustrated With And Disappointed In Myself

8/9/201920 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 138-Mindfully Coping With Struggles That Come From How Our Thoughts About People In Our Lives Can Change Over Time

8/2/201915 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 137-Mindfully Coping With All Of Our Thoughts About Our Doubts And Fears And The Suffering That They Can Cause

7/26/201923 minutes, 4 seconds
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Groovin' On A Sunday Morning With Justin Clark--Developing A More Disciplined Mind And How It Can Help Us To More Effectively Cope With Fear, Uncertainty, And Resistance To Change

In this episode, Justin and Jeff talk about fear, uncertainty, and resistance to change and how these emotions are related to emotional blocks and the unconscious mind.They also visit about the benefits of cultivating a more disciplined mind and integrating our inner work between the body and mind and how these practices can further empower us to cope more effectively and to embrace these things that happen in our lives.For more information about Justin and Peaceful Mind Edu, contact him at [email protected] and on instagram at @peacefulmindedu or at @justinconsciousness
7/22/201941 minutes, 28 seconds
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Episode 136-Mindfully Coping With The Low Moments That Come After The High Moments In Our Lives

7/20/201923 minutes, 21 seconds
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Episode 135-Mindfully Coping With Confusion About What Motivates Us To Do Things (Or The Lack Of Motivation)

7/11/201922 minutes, 47 seconds
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Episode 134-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Rushed And Stressed

7/5/201916 minutes, 39 seconds
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Episode 133-Mindfully Coping With The The Challenges That Come From Our Beliefs About How We Should And Will Feel If We Meet Our Goals And Get What We Want

6/28/201922 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 132-How Mindful Coping Practice Can Transform Our Self-Confidence And Belief In Our Own Abilities, Potential, And Inner Strength

6/21/201920 minutes, 58 seconds
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Episode 131-Mindfully Coping With Doubts About Whether We Can "Carry On" And Effectively Deal With Life's Challenges

6/14/201927 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 130-Mindfully Coping With The Fear Of Starting Over And "The Emotional Rollercoaster"

6/7/201928 minutes, 34 seconds
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Episode 129-Mindfully Groovin' With Being Fully Human

5/31/201924 minutes, 30 seconds
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Episode 128-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles From Being Deeply Disappointed By Someone

5/24/201925 minutes, 6 seconds
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Episode 127-Mindfully Coping With Our Preconceived Notions About Who We Think Other People Are And "The Models That We Build In Our Heads"

5/17/201928 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 126-Mindfully Coping With Being In A Low Mood And Overwhelmed With Negative Feelings

5/10/201925 minutes, 18 seconds
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Episode 125-Mindfully Coping With Social Anxiety And The Uneasiness We Sometimes Feel When We Interact With Other People

5/3/201916 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 124-Coping With The Disappointment That Can Sometimes Happen When We "Romanticize" Other People, Things, And Situations

4/26/201926 minutes, 24 seconds
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Episode 123-Mindfully Coping When We Are Really Shocked, Hurt, And Disappointed By Other People

4/19/201926 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 122-Mindfully Embracing How My Interactions With Other People Have More To Do With Me Than I Ever Realized And How I Can More Effectively Cope When I "Get In My Own Way"

4/12/201925 minutes, 28 seconds
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Episode 120-Mindfully Coping With "Periods Of Indifference" And A Lack Of Enthusiasm For Our Lives, Work, And/Or Relationships

4/5/201927 minutes, 50 seconds
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Episode 119-Mindfully Coping With Feeling "Taken For Granted"

3/29/201926 minutes, 3 seconds
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Episode 118-Mindfully Coping With The Difficulties That I Cause For Myself When I Think That I Know What Other People Are Thinking And When I Believe That I Know "How It All Is"

3/22/201925 minutes, 53 seconds
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Episode 117-Mindfully Coping When Someone "Hurts Our Feelings"

3/15/201926 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 116-Mindfully Coping With The Challenges Of "Keeping It All Together" In Our Lives

3/8/201927 minutes, 35 seconds
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Episode 115-Mindfully Coping With Being At A Loss And Not Sure What's Next--A Different Perspective

3/1/201931 minutes, 56 seconds
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Episode 114-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Difficulties That We Can Cause For Ourselves By Thinking That We Know How Things Will Go In The Future

2/22/201926 minutes, 37 seconds
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Episode 113-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Come From Thinking That Something Is Wrong And Thinking That Other People Are Upset With or Disappointed In Us

2/15/201924 minutes, 43 seconds
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Episode 112-Mindfully Coping With Losing Patience And Feeling Frustrated And Angry

2/8/201923 minutes, 19 seconds
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Episode 111-Mindfully Coping With Feeling Lost, Out Of Sync With Life, Not Knowing How To Find Our Way Back, And Wanting To Give Up

2/1/201928 minutes, 16 seconds
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Episode 110-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles That Come From Believing All Of The Thoughts About What Bad Things Can Happen And How Things May Not Go The Way We Want Them To

1/25/201928 minutes, 17 seconds
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Episode 109-Mindfully Coping With Things In Our Lives Not Going The Way That We Want Them To And Struggling With Thoughts About "Feeling Defeated"

1/18/201919 minutes, 37 seconds
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Episode 108-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles From "Things Not Feeling The Same As They Once Did"

1/11/201922 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 107-How Mindful Coping Practice Can Help Us See That In Many Cases, Things Are Ok Even When They Aren't Ok

1/4/201925 minutes, 15 seconds
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Episode 106-Mindfully Coping With Being Overwhelmed With Multiple Feelings All At The Same Time

1/3/201925 minutes, 16 seconds
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Episode 105-Top Downloads Of 2018--Mindfully Drawing The Line Between Feeling And Thinking And How It Can Help Us Cope More Effectively

1/1/201924 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 104-Top Downloads Of 2018--Mindfully Coping With Anxiety And Uncertainty About The Future And Embracing Vulnerability And "Not Knowing"

12/31/201826 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 103-Top Downloads Of 2018--Mindfully Coping With Difficult Emotions

12/31/201815 minutes, 34 seconds
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Episode 102-Top Downloads Of 2018--The Mindful Life-What It's All About

12/30/201812 minutes, 20 seconds
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Episode 101-Top Downloads Of 2018--Why Engage In Meditation Practice And What Are The Benefits?

12/30/201816 minutes, 49 seconds
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Episode 99-Top Downloads Of 2018--The Main Ingredient In Mindful Coping Practice

12/30/201812 minutes, 29 seconds
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Episode 100-Top Downloads Of 2018--What Is Mindful Coping Practice Really About?

12/30/201818 minutes, 31 seconds
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Episode 98-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Come From Concerns About "Self Image" And How Other People See Us

12/28/201823 minutes, 31 seconds
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Episode 97-Mindfully Coping With The Need To Understand The Behavior Of Other People And The Challenges That Arise From It

12/14/201824 minutes, 13 seconds
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Episode 96-Mindfully Coping With Feelings Of Restlessness And Uneasiness

12/7/201823 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 95-Mindfully Coping With The Suffering And Struggles That Come From What I Am Thinking That Other People Are Thinking About Me

12/1/201823 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 94-Mindfully Coping With Our Emotional Reactions To What Other People Do And Say--It's About So Much More Than Whether We "Like or Don't Like" Them"

11/23/201827 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 93-Special Edition--Mindfully Coping With Stress During Holidays

11/21/201812 minutes, 23 seconds
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Episode 92-Mindfully Coping With "Not Feeling Like Ourselves" And Feeling Confused, Disoriented, And Not Knowing What To Do Next

11/17/201827 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 91-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles And Suffering That Comes From Taking Ourselves And Everything Else So Seriously

11/9/201827 minutes, 13 seconds
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Episode 90-Mindfully Coping With Things That We Can't Control At Work And In Life

11/2/201814 minutes, 10 seconds
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Episode 89-Mindfully Coping When Life Feels Difficult And Uncomfortable--The Value Of Awareness And Perspective

10/26/201819 minutes, 49 seconds
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Episode 88-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That We Experience When We Have An "Emotional Meltdown" At Work

10/19/201825 minutes, 31 seconds
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Episode 87-Mindfully Coping With How Having Clarity About Something Can Feel Like Both A Blessing And A Curse

10/12/201823 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 86-Mindfully Coping With The Fear Of Making Mistakes At Work And In Life

10/6/201827 minutes, 59 seconds
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Episode 85-Mindfully "Being Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable"

9/28/201827 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 84-Mindfully Coping With The Desire To Isolate Ourselves Away From Other People In Response To Emotional Reactions And Struggles

9/21/201824 minutes, 51 seconds
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Episode 83-The Importance Of Mindfully "Being More Fully Human"

9/14/201813 minutes, 32 seconds
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Episode 82-Mindfully Coping With Emotional Struggles And Stress That Arise From Other People Being Disappointed In Us

9/7/201828 minutes, 14 seconds
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Episode 81-Mindfully Coping With The Stress That Comes From "Setting Up An Emotional War Room" In Our Minds In Response To Challenging Situations

8/31/201819 minutes, 38 seconds
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Episode 80-Mindfully Coping With Not Feeling Appreciated

8/24/201822 minutes, 24 seconds
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Episode 79-Mindfully Coping With Stress, Worries, And Anxiety Before Giving Someone Bad News Or News They Most Likely Don't Want To Hear

8/17/201826 minutes, 13 seconds
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Episode 78-Mindfully Coping With Emotional Struggles When Someone "Changes The Game On Us"

8/10/201829 minutes, 8 seconds
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Episode 77-Mindfully Coping With The Stress From And The Struggles With Trying To Figure Out Where We Are And Where We Are Headed In Our Lives And Compensating By "Navigating" And "Narrating" Our Lives

8/3/201824 minutes, 34 seconds
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Episode 76-Mindfully Coping With How We "Get In Our Own Way" With Beliefs, Hopes, And Expectations About What Great Things We Want To Happen As A Result Of What Actions We Take (Or Don't Take)

7/27/201824 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 75-Mindfully Coping With Emotional Struggles From Needing Love, Attention, Adoration, And Praise // We Are Only Human

7/20/201827 minutes, 41 seconds
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Episode 74-Changing The Paradigm-Mindfully Making The Distinction Between "Things Happening To Me" And Things Happening

6/29/201828 minutes, 17 seconds
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Episode 73-Mindfully Coping With Our Thoughts About Ourselves And Speculation About What Other People Think About Us And How It Affects Our Interactions With Others

6/22/201828 minutes, 10 seconds
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Episode 72-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles From Constantly Questioning Everything About What We Are Doing (And Not Doing) And About Where We Are Headed In Our Lives

6/15/201822 minutes, 36 seconds
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Episode 71-Taking A Deeper Look At What Mindful Coping Practice Really Is And The Benefits Of It

6/8/201817 minutes, 30 seconds
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Episode 70-Mindfully Coping With Being Hurt Unexpectedly And The "Delusional Dance Of Relationships"

6/1/201828 minutes, 30 seconds
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Episode 69-Mindfully Coping With Being Intensely Angry, Frustrated, And Disappointed All At The Same Time

5/25/201826 minutes, 39 seconds
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Episode 68-Mindfully Coping With The Stress And Emotional Struggles From Trying To "Catch Up" With All Of The Things We Have To Do In Life

5/18/201829 minutes, 37 seconds
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Episode 67-Mindfully Coping With Stress And Fear From How We React To "Being In Over Our Heads" In Our Lives

5/11/201821 minutes, 26 seconds
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Episode 66-Mindfully Taking A Deeper Look At "Rejection" And How We Can Cope With It More Effectively

5/4/201829 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 65-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Arise When Trying To "Re-Create" Past Experiences And Feelings

4/27/201822 minutes, 17 seconds
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Episode 64-Mindfully Coping With The Emotional Struggles Arising From Speculating About The Future

4/20/201820 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 63-Mindfully Coping With Being In An "Emotional Meltdown"

4/13/201825 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 62-The Big Picture--Mindfully Coping With Both The Joy And Pain Of Interacting With Other People

4/6/201826 minutes, 50 seconds
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Episode 61-Mindfully Coping With "People Pleasing" Behaviors And With Worries About Whether Or Not People Are Happy With Us

3/30/201820 minutes, 34 seconds
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Episode 60-Mindfully Coping With Conflicts With Other People That Happen "In Our Heads"

3/22/201827 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 59-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Arise From The Mental Habit Of Trying To Make Certain Things Happen (Or Not Happen) In Our Lives

3/16/201823 minutes, 30 seconds
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Episode 58-Mindfully Coping With The Struggles That Arise From "Wanting" And "Not Wanting" Things In Life

3/10/201814 minutes
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Episode 57-Mindfully Coping With The Stress And Emotional Upheaval From People "Turning On Us"

3/2/201828 minutes, 47 seconds
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Episode 56-Mindfully Coping With How "Life Is What It's Not"

2/23/201818 minutes, 6 seconds
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Episode 55-Mindfully Coping With Our Lives Not Going The Way That We Want Them To

2/16/201823 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 54-Mindfully Coping With Our "Emotional Buttons Being Pushed"

2/9/201822 minutes, 21 seconds
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Episode 53-Response To A Great Question From A Valued Listener-"Mindfully Coping With My Habit Of Self-Incrimination And Being Too Tough On Myself"

2/9/201818 minutes
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Episode 52-Mindfully Coping With Our Reactions To People Coming In And Out Of Our Lives

2/2/201820 minutes, 6 seconds
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Episode 51-Mindfully Coping With The Inclination To Have An Agenda Or An "Endgame" With Other People

1/26/201821 minutes, 17 seconds
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Episode 50-Mindfully Coping With Concerns And Worries Regarding What Other People Think About Us

1/19/201824 minutes, 26 seconds
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Episode 49-Mindfully Coping With The Struggle To Know Why We Feel Negative Emotions With No Apparent Cause

1/12/201825 minutes, 27 seconds
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Episode 48-Mindfully Coping With The Struggle To Understand Everything In Our Lives

12/22/201712 minutes, 57 seconds
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Episode 47-Mindfully Coping With Our Preconceived Notions About Other People

12/15/201711 minutes, 36 seconds
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Episode 46-Mindfully Coping With Our Expectations About Life And Other People

12/1/201728 minutes, 26 seconds
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Episode 45-Mindfully Coping With Feelings Of Darkness And Emptiness

11/24/201716 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 44-Mindfully Coping With People Coming Into And Out Of Our Lives

11/11/201724 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 43-Mindfully Coping With Frustration, Anger, and Fear

11/3/201723 minutes, 16 seconds
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Episode 42-Mindfully Coping With Our Own Self-Doubt

10/27/201730 minutes, 11 seconds
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Episode 41-Mindfully Coping With Feelings That Change Constantly

10/20/201720 minutes, 1 second
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Episode 40-Mindfully Coping When "The New Wears Off"

10/13/201726 minutes, 53 seconds
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Episode 39-Mindfully Coping With How We Can Sometimes "Get In Our Own Way" In Interpersonal Relationships

10/7/201730 minutes, 25 seconds
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Episode 38-Mindfully Seeing Other People In A More Authentic And Genuine Way

9/30/201712 minutes, 51 seconds
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Episode 37-Mindfully Coping With Being Emotionally Hurt By Others

9/16/201724 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 35-Mindfully Coping With Depression-The Big Picture-Part 2

9/8/201710 minutes, 23 seconds
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Episode 36-Mindfully Coping With Depression-The Big Picture-Part 1

9/8/201721 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 34-Mindfully Coping With Being In A Bad Mood

8/25/201718 minutes, 25 seconds
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Episode 33-Mindfully Coping With Other People's Anger And How We React To It

8/20/20179 minutes, 29 seconds
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Episode 32-Mindfully Dealing With "Questions That Lead Nowhere"

8/17/20176 minutes, 57 seconds
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Episode 31-Mindfully Coping With "Being Tired Of Things"

8/12/201725 minutes, 2 seconds
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Episode 30-Why Practice Mindful Coping At Work?

8/10/201722 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 29-Mindfully Coping With "Fascination With Other People"

8/4/201721 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 28-Mindfully Living Our Lives Versus Thinking About Them

7/29/201715 minutes, 57 seconds
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Episode 27-Mindfully Coping With Our Own Struggles When Others Around Us Struggle

7/23/201717 minutes, 48 seconds
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Episode 26-Mindfully Coping With Other People's Reactions To What We Say Or Do

7/20/201711 minutes, 21 seconds
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Episode 25-Mindfully Coping With Our Reactions To Other People-The Big Picture

7/16/201723 minutes, 32 seconds
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Episode 24-A Mindful Coping Moment-"We Can Be Here"

7/13/20179 minutes, 42 seconds
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Episode 23-Mindfully "Sitting With Confusion" About Our Lives

7/9/201720 minutes, 10 seconds
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Episode 22-"It's Not You, It's Me."-2

7/3/201720 minutes, 22 seconds
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Episode 21-"It's Not You, It's Me."

7/2/201710 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 20-Mindfully Coping With The Tendency To "Overthink" About How We Feel

6/28/201717 minutes, 37 seconds
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Episode 19-Mindfully Living Through The Cycle of Life

6/22/201718 minutes, 40 seconds
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Episode 18-Why Mindful Coping Practice Never Ends

6/3/201715 minutes, 7 seconds
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Episode 17-Mindfully Dealing With The "Preoccupation With Self"

5/26/201714 minutes, 59 seconds
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Episode 16-How Mindfulness Brings It All Together

5/21/201721 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 15-Mindfully Coping With "What's Next?"

In this episode, Jeff more fully explores about the benefits of being aware of how our minds can sometimes get lost in "wondering what's next" instead of just being present in each moment at work. He digs deeper into the subject of how in the world of work (and in our lives away from work), it can be very tempting to be envisioning and thinking about one or more steps ahead of where we are in the process and how that can cause us much unneeded suffering and can distract us from doing our best in the present moment. He reflects on situations in his life where he has experienced the temptation to harbor expectations for things to go a certain way in business and in personal relationships and how sometimes, disappointments, setbacks, or challenges in one area of life can affect the other. He also acknowledges how engaging in this behavior (sometimes mindlessly) has affected relationships with business associates, colleagues, friends, and family and how being more mindful of how we "bring ourselves into" encounters with people that we meet for the first time can allow us to cultivate healthier relationships overall and feel more centered, more at peace, and more open and genuine in our interactions with others. He brings it all together by speaking about how just simply being aware of how our minds are "going there" without being hard on ourselves can eventually lead to change as "in the moment awareness" while being fully engaged in life is a key benefit of ongoing mindfulness practice. 
5/18/201721 minutes, 55 seconds
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Episode 14-Working With "Habits of Mind"

In this episode, Jeff takes a deeper look at working with various "habits of mind" and how mindfulness practice can help. He shares some stories from his life to illustrate how these various habits of mind can cause a considerable amount of unnecessary suffering for ourselves and for others around us unless we practice being more aware of how we are reacting internally to what we are feeling and we believe about what is happening to us in any given moment.. He brings it all together by explaining how sustained mindfulness practice can sharpen our awareness of what is going on in our minds and can "shine a light" on these "habits of mind" that we may have been unaware of previously so that we can begin to openly question them and loosen our grip on them.. 
5/14/201721 minutes, 7 seconds
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Episode 13-Mindfully Connecting With Others

Jeff talks about how mindfulness practice has changed his perspective on the importance of connecting with others in a more genuine way despite dealing with chronic depression and being naturally introverted and inclined to isolating himself sometimes. He shares stories about how his practice has enabled him to more deeply understand what goes on in his mind when he is in the company of others and why he aims for a life of balance between meaningful and enriching time spent with others and time spent in solitude. He reflects on how he has found profound healing in learning how to be with others in a way that allows him to be more "present in the moment" with them. 
5/11/201718 minutes, 45 seconds
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Episode 12-What It's About-Coping Mindfully

Jeff reflects about a very powerful example of effective coping that he experienced recently. He explains how what he witnessed taught him that sometimes, when things are extraordinarily difficult, we have to resort to stronger ways of coping and how it takes practice in order to "weather the storm" without self-destructing emotionally. He revisits how mindfulness practice can prepare us to more effectively deal with challenging situations and how being more aware of what is happening in our minds and our habitual reactions to what is going on around us and how it helps us to be able to have the energy and strength to cope in a different way when that is what's needed in order to keep living life. He wraps it up by explaining that the most effective thing we can do in any given situation is to cope and how we see so many examples in nature of this type of behavior. 
5/3/201714 minutes, 5 seconds
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Episode 11-"Is This All There Is?"

Jeff talks about how sometimes we feel empty, dissatisfied, or anxious about how things are in some moments and how we can fear times when it seems like "this is all that there is" and what will happen next and what if things never change and we find ourselves stuck there. He discusses how one of the greatest realizations along the spiritual journey was that life has a way of being what one of his teachers call "extraordinarily ordinary." He explores how our society is quite overstimulated and how it can make it difficult to sit with the "ordinariness" of our life experiences when we find ourselves "wanting something more" and/or "wanting something different." It can become a habit to live a life of constant dissatisfaction and consistently searching for the next "dopamine hit," and it takes practice to more deeply immerse ourselves in the richness of what is, right here, right now. Ultimately, we can find a deeply meaningful life when we stop the search and as we learn to be more at home where we find ourselves and not craving or needing anything else or anything different. 
4/20/201713 minutes, 47 seconds
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Episode 10-The Meditative Witness

Jeff talks about what is referred to as experiencing the "meditative witness and how it is beyond what is theoretical and how it is something that cannot be understood intellectually but can only be experienced. He shares about experiencing this "meditative witness" during a difficult period in his life and what he has learned from it and how it has changed his life and practice. He goes on to explain how this is something that happens on its own and how it is futile to see this as a goal to achieve or as "something to do." The only thing that we really can do is to continue to practice and to be open to this happening if and when it's supposed to. 
4/17/201711 minutes, 50 seconds
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Episode 9-The Importance Of Remembering That We Are On A Journey

Jeff talks about the importance of not getting caught up and mired in just the fine details of what we are struggling with or what is causing us pain as it is also very important to pause and take a look at the "bigger picture" of our lives, where we are, and where we are headed. He explains why it is so easy for us to lose touch with the "here and now" and remain "inside our own heads" as it is so natural for us to do so when we are suffering because we are human and prone to paying the most attention to what is right in front of us and what is capturing our attention the most at any given time. He elaborates on the importance of widening out the lens that we see our lives with and taking some time to remember that we are really part of something much larger and how that can help us keep our perspective when times are tough.
4/10/20178 minutes, 54 seconds
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Episode 8-Transitioning Back From The Delusion

Jeff talks about one of the most difficult "emotional hooks," which is the role of the victim. He explains how all of the "emotional hooks" all work the same in that they entice us into taking on a role or an identity that is not really who we are. He then talks further about the various lenses that we can choose to look at our lives through that actually cause us to see things how we think that they are instead of how they really are. What is amazing about this unconscious and sometimes conscious behavior is that we can sometimes choose to go on "hunting expeditions" and to look for trouble that really isn't there by convincing ourselves that someone is saying something or doing something that is hurtful or disrespectful to us. Jeff reminds us that this is what our mindfulness practice is all about.....we must practice daily to cultivate the awareness that is necessary to "catch ourselves in the act of" behaving this way so that we can wake up from the trance, come back to the present moment, and let go of how we are deluding ourselves about what we think is happening in order to stop the suffering of others and ourselves. In the end, we actually find out who we really are when we stop telling ourselves who we are and what we think is happening to us. 
4/3/20179 minutes, 3 seconds
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Episode 7-Feelings-The Endgame

Jeff talks about the different types of feelings that can cause us distress, fear, and anxiety and how instead of trying to analyze what caused them and instead of trying to avoid them, it is much more beneficial to let ourselves just feel these feelings and then release them. He acknowledges that there are many effective ways to heal from this, but it's up to each person to figure out what works best for them as everyone is different. He makes the point that if there is any "endgame" at all in the spiritual and mindful life, it is about utilizing mindfulness practice to be able to more effectively open ourselves up to be more vulnerable to these feelings and to further develop our ability to cope with them on a moment-to-moment basis. We are reminded that when we consistently practice mindfulness, we can rest assured that we have the tools available to more effectively "sit with" and deal with feelings that disquieten and unsettle us. 
3/30/201710 minutes, 23 seconds
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Episode 6-Healing Advanced, Self-Created Suffering

Jeff talks about going through a recent loss and about realizing that he was causing additional suffering for himself by harboring hopes and expectations for how things would go even after he had already accepted that loss was imminent. He elaborates on how it is so human for us to continue to cling to hopes and expectations for things to "go our way" when they clearly already aren't and how we can bring on more suffering for ourselves by resisting, denying, and fighting "what is" when things are tough. He speaks of a sort of "silent bargaining" going on in his head when he was in the midst of the struggle and how we suffer so much more when we cling to our own visions of what we think is best and our hopes for finding a shortcut around the inevitable pain of loss, disappointment, disillusionment, and confusion instead of just flowing with what is, fully embracing it, and mindfully coping, even if it is painful and not what we want for ourselves or for others.
3/27/201717 minutes, 27 seconds
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Episode 5-A Different Perspective About Suffering

Jeff talks about how we have a choice in the way that we interpret our own suffering and the suffering of others and about how we can learn to stand outside our own thoughts and feelings about what is happening. This "different perspective" of the pain and difficulties that befall us can actually open up new doors for us to more deeply experience what is truly happening in each moment and can help us to "wake up from the trance" of what we are believing when we are hurting in different ways. He shares how some of the Buddhist masters pointed to different ways in which we can "lighten our grip" on clinging to our own narratives and stories about why we are suffering and how that can free us from the "cycle of constant suffering" and to begin to more deeply embrace our human-ness and the sometimes difficult, unsatisfactory, and transient nature of life.
3/23/20178 minutes, 26 seconds
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Episode 4-"Always On" Meditation

Jeff talks about how mindfulness meditation doesn't just happen "on the cushion" in a formal practice....it can happen anytime that we are living life and dealing with our everyday challenges. He talks about how the whole idea of mindfulness practice is to allow us to be more aware of when we get caught up in reactions and in taking our thoughts and feelings too seriously and to return to the here and now once we gain awareness that we are doing so. We are presented with all kinds of unique and interesting opportunities to "wake up" and to lovingly and gently "catch ourselves in the act" of all kinds of mind states throughout each and every day, and there is no need to wait to practice until we are sitting quietly.
3/20/201718 minutes, 32 seconds
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Episode 3-Why I Keep Practicing

Jeff explores where the work really is in our practice and why he continues to engage in it daily.....it's not something that can be worked on for awhile and that can be internalized without the need to do the work daily. It's about continuing to practice letting go of the need to believe everything that we are thinking and feeling about the present, past, and future as there are ongoing challenges that can occur and that can “trip us up” every day. He talks more in-depth about how mindfulness practice can help us to stand outside of ourselves when we take our feelings seriously, to catch ourselves in the act of believing what we are thinking or feeling, and to begin to learn to more effectively question these things. He introduces the starting point of inquiry practice, which is the question, "is this really true.....is what I am thinking or feeling really true?' He speaks about how one of his teachers used the phrase, "all is well' and how it helped him to "wake up" when he got lost in the trance of fear and other negative emotions. Hearing and repeating this phrase helps him more deeply understand that much of the suffering that we are subjected to actually originates within our own minds and how easily it is to be distracted by our own self-inflicted pain to the point that we actually can't see that all is really well at all. 
3/16/20179 minutes, 16 seconds
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Episode 2-Mindfulness-The "Split Screen"

Jeff presents an analogy to help explain what mindfulness actually looks like in the moment as we are dealing with life internally and/or externally. He presents a powerful visual representation of what it looks like when you imagine two screens with different "programming" The first screen shows what is going on inside your mind in response to external and internal stimuli (Screen A), which does not always reflect a true representation of what is going on as it can be distorted by what we are thinking, what we are feeling, how we might be responding unconsciously due to past events, and how we are reacting to what we think is happening. The other screen is like a "closed circuit camera" that just shows exactly what is happening in each moment and reflects what we can actually see when we aren't caught in the trance of our own thinking, our conscious and unconscious emotions, and our reactions to what is taking place.(Screen B) It can be really helpful to utilize this analogy when thinking about the benefits of mindfulness practice as you more deeply appreciate the difference between what you see on Screen A and on Screen B while "in the moment" in real life. By practicing and internalizing this lesson, you can learn to "catch yourself in the act" of focusing on Screen A and then consciously choosing to shift your attention to Screen B while not judging yourself and while being kind and gentle to yourself as we are all human and prone to forgetting which screen it is most healthy for us to focus on.
3/12/20179 minutes, 11 seconds
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Episode 1-Signals Pointing The Way To Return

Jeff speaks about the importance of utilizing the techniques of mindfulness practice when finding oneself in a stressful situation. He reviews some of the ways in which we can "catch ourselves in the act" of losing touch with what is really going on and how we can "mindfully back out of the trance" of believing any unpleasant emotions. 
3/7/201710 minutes, 10 seconds