Active Pause & Mindfulness

Inspiring short talks & stimulating conversations about mindfulness, meaning & purpose.

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What if meditation were called a mindful pause?


This is the second in a series of very short talks, each under five minutes. The series explores different aspects of the pause as the foundation from which mindfulness emerges. In this 3-minute video: There is a lot of baggage associated with the word...


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 16 July 2019  3m
 
 

Steve Katz: Blood, Sweat & Smiles


Steve Katz, a founding member of Blood, Sweat & Tears, jokingly asks in his memoirs: Is Steve Katz a Rock Star? In this conversation, we focus on what it is that has been sustaining him. Steve Katz was a founding member of Blood, Sweat & Tears,


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 15 July 2019  24m
 
 

What makes a mindful pause active?


This is the first in a series of very short talks, each under five minutes. The series explores different aspects of the pause as the foundation from which mindfulness emerges. The word “pause” usually implies “this is not where the action is”.


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 09 July 2019  4m
 
 

Salvador Moreno-Lopez: How to use the bodily felt sense


In this talk, Salvador Moreno-Lopez describes a journey of discoveries and surprises: “How I found that using my bodily felt sense helps me orient in my daily life and my work, with much more certainty and precision than I would using only logic and re...


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 01 July 2019  35m
 
 

Seth Zuiho Segall: Mindfulness in context


In this conversation, we talk about putting mindfulness and Buddhism in context — the contexts in which they evolved, and in which they are currently practiced in the Western world.  Audio only: Seth Zuiho Segall is a Zen priest in the White Plum Asan...


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 01 June 2019  37m
 
 

Judith Blackstone: The embodiment of fundamental consciousness


In this conversation, Judith Blackstone describes the experience of living within one’s body and uncovering a fundamental dimension of consciousness pervading one’s body and environment as a unity.  She explains how this experience deepens our sense of...


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 05 April 2019  33m
 
 

Terry Marks-Tarlow: Embodied creativity & the courage to face uncertainty


Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD, has been a practicing clinician since 1985 and a practicing yogini since 1979. She specializes in deep transformation and issues surrounding creative production and believes that all effective psychotherapy is inherently creati...


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 01 March 2019  42m
 
 

Marjorie Rand: What Sustains Me


Movement has been important to Marjorie Rand for al her life, personally and professionally. in this conversation, she talks about an accident that refocused her. Marjorie L Rand Ph.D. has had a private practice of Integrative Body Psychotherapy i...


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 01 March 2019  32m
 
 

Shinzen Young about embodiment, mindfulness, and the future of science


In this conversation, Shinzen Young talks about embodiment, mindfulness, and the future of science… and the natural connection between these. Hope you enjoy. Audio only: Shinzen Young is an American mindfulness teacher and neuroscience research consult...


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 01 February 2019  38m
 
 

Jeff Warren: Being Human Takes Practice


Jeff Warren talks about exploring consciousness from the perspective of how to live a more fulfilled life… approaching this exploration with a spirit of adventure. Audio only: Jeff Warren is a writer and meditation instructor.


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 01 January 2019  34m