Well done description. Mindfulness as a superpower. Makes the point that jogging used to be considered something unusual and that Mindfulness will be like that in years to come. He asserts that the path to mindfulness is through meditation. I would refine that. That is A path, but not THE path. There are lots of others.
Here’s a free, online class in mindfulness based stressed reduction. Professionally produced, there is solid science behind these methods that show solid, tangible results in helping people have happier, more full lives. Includes instructions, guided sessions, and materials needed. Coursebook is optional.
I love this video, “A Good Day” With Brother David Steindl-Rast. Every single time I watch it, I am moved. You can HEAR his connection to the beauty of the moment in his voice, as clearly as I’ve ever heard. Listen.
http://wisdom2summit.com/VideosThe Wisdom Summit conference last year in San Francisco was a very rich set of presentations, lectures, and experiences captured on video and made available to you here http://wisdom2summit.com/Videos . You will find presenations from Eckhard Tolle, Jon Kabab-Zinn, Dan Siegel and others.
Very informative and useful details. Check it out!
This site has long been a favorite of mine.
The podcast meditations are brief, very well done and just, well, lovely.
Do yourself a favor and listen to a few.
Great video that explore mindfulness with the infamous Jon Kabat-Zinn, author of Full Catastrophe Living, which is considered by many to be the one of the most accessible and well written introductions to mindfulness and mindful practices.