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This video of Dr. Lynn Rossy is included, with permission, as one of the main practices in the free online mindfulness course (MBSR) by Palouse Mindfulness found at Lynn is Health Psychologist for University of Missouri's wellness program. NOTE: See for a version of this video which keeps the camera on the person who is seated.

This podcast differs from the audios that have come before. In fact, it is the commencement address for a group of trainees who have just finished an 18-month teacher training program in MBSR and MBCT. We have all sat down to mark the end of a journey together, and I share some of the aspects of teaching that have been most inspiring to me.Find more at

Diese Podcasts unterscheiden sich von den früheren Audios. Sie sind als Abschlussrede für die Teilnehmer/innen eines 18-monatigen Ausbildungsprogramms in MBSR und MBCT entstanden und markieren das Ende dieser gemeinsamen Reise. Einige der Aspekte aus dieser Zeit, die mich am meisten inspiriert haben, möchte ich in diesen Podcasts mit anderen teilen.Mehr auf:

This is the 3 minute breathing space with extended instructions. Use whenever you feel troubled in body or mind.

"In 2012, the Asia Project held an International Conference titled 'Mind and Body in Health and Harmony in the Asian Systems of Medicine'. The present volume is a result of this conference"--Preface.

This video is included in the Introduction of the free online Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course (MBSR) by Palouse Mindfulness ( It is shown here with the permission of the University of Massachusetts Medical School ( This version is identical to the video found at except that the closed-captioning has been corrected and Spanish subtitles have been added.

A short and simple meditation on how our bodies are like nature.

Mindfulness of Sounds - This is a 10 minute Mindfulness of Sounds guided mindfulness practice.

Mindful Walking - This is a 10 minute mindful walking guided practice.Dr Hagen Rampes

This is a guided meditation to take you on a journey of relaxation. You will clear the clutter of your mind to calm you. It will reduce your stress level, as well as improve your overall health and well being when practiced regularly.

Mountain Meditation Practice results in a calm state of mind with acknowledgment to Jon Kabat-Zinn.

This is a ground-breaking journey across India, Tibet and China, to explore traditional medicine and natural ways of healing. In this comprehensive look into traditional medicine we connect all three countries through the core philosophy of the Five Elements, Yin and Yang and the common belief that a life-force or energy called Chi (Prana) exists that is vital to sustain a healthy life.

Neuro Mediation combines traditional meditation techniques with modern technology. With the use of brainwave training equipment as well as other biofeedback modalities individuals can learn to meditate more quickly and easily than in the past.These modern techniques grew out of decades of scientific research and the clinical use of EEG biofeedback (also know as neurofeedback or brainwave training) to train deep states. More recently groundbreaking research through brainmapping, such as Richard Davidson’s work at Keck Labs, University of Wisconsin, has added valuable information that is guiding efforts internationally to better understand and implement these new technologies. The staff at New Mind Centers has been studying both traditional and modern technologies regarding meditation and other altered states for decades and teaching hundreds how to use these technologies together for transformation and transcendance. We believe that the way westerners will fully come to embrace meditation is through the use of modern technology. Come join our workshops and lets us teach you how to meditate the new modern way using scientifically based methods and equipment. The New Way of the West is dawning.

This video is included in Week 3 of the free online Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course (MBSR) by Palouse Mindfulness ( This version is identical to the video found at except that the closed-captioning has been corrected and Spanish subtitles have been added. The original comes from Mindfulness gruppen’s channel (, where the another videos of the Jon Kabat-Zinn sequence, "9 Attitudes of Mindfulness" can be found on their playlist (

This online MBSR training course is 100% free, created by a fully certified MBSR instructor, and is based on the program founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

A Workplace Table of InspirationA Table of Inspiration is a wonderful addition to life in organizations. The Table of Inspiration creates and develops what might be called a “center of gravity” for your workplace: a place where the community finds its center and communal grounding.

Smiling Mind aims to live in a world where everyone has the skills and ability to manage life's challenges and live to their full potential. This starts with a healthy mind because this underpins one's ability to live, learn and work in an increasingly complex, digitally connected and fast-paced world.

Study from the Center for Healthy Minds shows mindfulness training can help reduce teacher stress and burnout.Mindfulness, a notion that stems from centuries-old meditative traditions and is now taught in a secular way, is a technique to heighten attention, empathy and other pro-social emotions through an awareness of thoughts, external stimuli, or bodily sensations such as breath. While teachers play a critical role in nurturing children's well-being, progress in addressing teacher stress has been elusive. Stress and burnout among teachers is a major concern for school districts nationwide, affecting the quality of education and incurring increased costs in recruiting and sustaining teachers.

This webinar explores how contemplative practices can deepen feminist and critical race pedagogies in Women's Studies, Ethnic Studies, and other courses about diversity, power, and oppression. Mindfulness can help students both understand their reactions in class discussions and help them become more intentional about them. But they may also evoke for students complex responses to their own experiences of oppression. As teachers, we have a responsibility to help students make sense of those responses.How does embodiment play a role in unlearning oppression? How might our identity locations and our lived experiences shape our responses to mindfulness practices? What kinds of consequences from oppression might arise for students when we integrate contemplative practices into the classroom? How can professors be prepared for these diverse responses and effectively support students? This webinar will establish a foundation for WHY we need mindfulness in these classrooms and then will discuss how teachers can prepare students for the myriad of reactions that might arise when they are asked to be present with what is.

Learn more about the themes, differences, similarities and structure of MBCT and MBSR:

Learn more about the themes, differences, similarities and structure of MBCT and MBSR:

Veta Goler discusses how contemplative practices can be used as tools to recognize the intrinsic beauty within each individual and strengthen self-compassion. She proposes a contemplative framework where individual and cultural healing can occur through storytelling; and places emphasis on how multiple stories can coexist at the same time.


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