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Mirabai Bush – Mindfulness from India to Google

2016-11-21T15:25:23+00:00

Mirabai found herself moving from working on her Ph.D. in a very tumultuous university environment in the midst of the political unrest in the late 19060s. In a search to find another way of being Mirabai began her journey around the world. She began in Europe and started working her way East across the country traveling by land across the Middle East, through the mountains of a very peaceful Afghanistan and Pakistan and eventually found her way to India. She didn’t have a desire to learn meditation, but when she got to India there was a ten-day meditation instruction being offered [...]

Mirabai Bush – Mindfulness from India to Google 2016-11-21T15:25:23+00:00

Andres Fossas – The Challenges of Finding Your Authentic-Self, and the Benefits of Leading from a Place of Being Uniquely You

2016-11-21T10:21:28+00:00

Andres begins with the idea of finding one’s calling. He explained that this is a deeper process than one would realize. In his words “it is deeply emotional, and profoundly psychological.”   In his explanation, Andres describes the process of finding one’s calling in the words of Constructive Developmental Theory (CDT), a shift from the third order to the fourth order of mind. CDT was developed by Harvard Professor, Robert Kegan, and describes the psychological process of adult development.   3rd Order - Socialized Mind: One is incapable of distinguishing between their internal or authentic voice and that of an external [...]

Andres Fossas – The Challenges of Finding Your Authentic-Self, and the Benefits of Leading from a Place of Being Uniquely You 2016-11-21T10:21:28+00:00

Jeffrey Siegel – Mindfulness and Post Traumatic Growth

2016-11-21T10:22:19+00:00

A graduate of Harvard and Emory University, Jeffrey Siegel has studied neuroscience, education, mindfulness, and physical fitness. His work has led to help people make personal transformations in their life. Jeff was first exposed to mindfulness in college, where he walked into a free session offered by the university. In his mindfulness practice, Jeff describes moments of having an incredible sense of wholeness, peacefulness, trust in self. He explains that the more you practice, the more you have the opportunity to experience it. He describes it as “Getting away from the background chatter. The white noise of our own mind just [...]

Jeffrey Siegel – Mindfulness and Post Traumatic Growth 2016-11-21T10:22:19+00:00