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    Mindfulness & Business

    Featured Story: Corporate Mindfulness Dear John: Many people think of mindfulness as diametrically opposed to business, but only until they see the overwhelming evidence of mindfulness’ benefits in all aspects of business: innovation, productivity, health, collaboration, negotiation, etc. Many companies that have realized the advantages of mindfulness training encourage employees to center themselves during the […]

    Alive or Dead?

    An interesting lesson in awakening, but first… Last week, in a spur of sales we hit #22 on Amazon Best Seller list for documentaries. That’s amazing! It’s really great to see this type of momentum pushing toward mindfulness. The need is there! And the magic that is necessary to make change is not so far […]

    Mindfulness Training Program May Help Olympic Athletes Reach Peak Performance

    Written by Christina Johnson Connor Fields, winner of the 2014 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championship and the 2013 BMX World Champion, agreed that meditation has helped. “But the biggest thing I have learned is how to be consciously mindful and aware of my current situation,” he said. “I am more present than I used […]

    The Mindful Revolution

    Becoming more analog in a digital world And Excerpt from Time Magazine By Kate Pickert Monday, Feb. 03, 2014   The raisins sitting in my sweaty palm are getting stickier by the minute. They don’t look particularly appealing, but when instructed by my teacher, I take one in my fingers and examine it. I notice […]

    Creating Space, Creates Growth

    Mindfulness helps create the space between the unknown and insight Yesterday I attended the KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum hosted by Dr. Nick Udall and Dr. Jeremy Hunter on the topic of “Mindfulness—Where Business and the Behavioral Sciences Intersect.” I was struck by how similar several main ideas they discussed were captured dramatically in The Mindfulness […]

    The Hidden Ancient Wisdom

    Based on many true stories When I was a young man of thirteen, I loved to watch the series, Kung Fu, starring David Carradine as Caine or Grasshopper. In fact, I know now that the early exposure through this series of the ancient wisdom of the Tao Te Ching and the Sage Chuang Tzu left […]