Active Pause & Mindfulness

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

https://activepause.com

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Jeffrey Morrison: What it is like to be Focusing


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 24 November 2018  13m
 
 

Rob Foxcroft on listening


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 01 September 2018  39m
 
 

Evelyn Fendler-Lee on intuitive thinking & the creative process


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 01 July 2018  43m
 
 

Pat Ogden: How body posture and movement can influence well-being


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 01 May 2018  38m
 
 

What is your experience of mindfulness?


One way to describe the Active Pause project is to say it’s about the variety of mindfulness experiences. Not just in the sense of describing different experiences, different ways of practicing mindfulness or different understandings of mindfulness.


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