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An anniversary post, and a political plea

Today, the Engaged Mindfulness blog turns five years old.  In preparation for  this fifth-anniversary milestone, I recently scrolled back to my first post, “The Paradox of ‘Engaged Mindfulness'”, published on October 18th, 2011.   1,072 more words


Starting A New Business

What’s holding you back from staring up your small business? XXBR2 Whatever the reason, you can bet that there is a fear-based belief running in the background that needs to be addressed. 23 more words

Business Planning

Put yourself out there

I wrote an article about breastfeeding. I dropped the F-bomb a lot. It turned out really ridiculous.

I realized something. When talking about breastfeeding, politics, or whatever the controversial issue may be…in the moment it can feel great to outshout or outsmart people who we think are wrong. 190 more words

Thich Nhat Hahn

twenty-four hours

Amazing how upside down life becomes without a computer. For a few weeks, I have suffered computer issues and spent last week without access to my MacBook Pro.  255 more words


Your Quote For The Day:

“If you have enough understanding and love, then every moment — whether it’s spent making breakfast, driving the car, watering the garden, or doing anything else in your day — can be a moment of joy.”

~ Thich Nhat Hanh

All is Mind: A Fresh Look at Spinozan Panpsychism, part 2 of 2

Now that we’ve applied the proper guillotine treatment to the aberrant idea that mind can be separated from body in Part 1, let us work backwards from here and speculate on what accounts for sentience where it is observed and lack of it where it is not. 1,796 more words


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Today was pure bliss. It’s Father’s Day in Australia, and I was able to talk to my Dad. I miss him so much, being on the other side of the country. 51 more words