37 min

Embody Your Soul and Be Fully Present; Ken W. Stone Mindfulness Mode

    • Alternative Health

Ken W. Stone is known as ‘The Soul Archaeologist’ and is a spiritual messenger, author, and healer. God expresses through Ken in a unique way, specifically when people sit with him in transmission, they have a profoundly different experience of the Divine in their body. For example, he has worked with a number of advanced former students of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who each said, unprompted, following their initial session with him, that was the deepest spiritual experience of my life. Ken shares his gifts with a spiritually diverse, growing international audience through a variety of virtual and in-person programs, retreats, and one-on-one work.
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Contact Info
Website: www.kenwstone.com
Book: Resonance: The Path of Spiritual Mastery by Ken W. Stone (Not Yet Published)
Most Influential Person
Eckhart Tolle
Effect on Emotions
Being able to shift into that observer and understand; that has been huge for me. I can actually remember when it happened. Dan Millman's book, The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior; I woke up spiritually when I was reading that book. I read that book about a year before I learned about my spiritual gifts.
It was in the fall of 2006, and I'd read Buddhist philosophies for years and not understood it. Why are we contemplating death; what is this whole thing? I thought of it as a scene where he could see his body decomposing in a field and it just snapped. There it is.
That was the first conscious awareness that I had of this dynamic that I had been trying to work with for a long time.  So
Thoughts on Breathing
Breathing is the opening. It's the constant companion. If somebody comes to me and says, ‘I feel wrapped up in this noise, what's the first thing I could do?' I want to talk about soul embodiment which is one of the things that I think just naturally happens, the divine through me.
And if they say, ‘what do I do there?', I say, ‘let's just do some breathing to start'.
Suggested Resources
Book: The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Book: The Four Agreements by Don Muguel Lois
Book: The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman
App: The End of Suffering by Gary Malkin (on Youtube)
Bullying Story
My family moved from Iowa to Boulder Colorado the summer before my seventh grade. I was profoundly naive when I was going into seventh grade; I was very tall and was kind of a beanpole.
I must have made a very attractive target to one particular person who threw me into lockers in the locker room and some of his friends held me down in shop class and he hit me on the head with the handle end of a screwdriver. I don't remember it affecting my internal narrative.
Mindfulness would have supported me in being able to be more fully present in the experience for sure at that place in my life. I can see it so essentially today for adolescents because there seems to be this huge focus on the external as the source of meaning, and so bullying just amplifies that dynamic. And what more powerful resource is there than mindfulness in counteracting that dynamic?
Related Episodes
Three Simple Steps To A Balanced Life; Trevor G. Blake
435 Reclaim Your Health and Freedom With A Walking Life; Antonia Malchik
Worth The Risk; Dr. Kris Lee
Special Offer
Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I’m Bruce Langford, a practicing coach and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at bruce@mindfulnessmode.com with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.

Ken W. Stone is known as ‘The Soul Archaeologist’ and is a spiritual messenger, author, and healer. God expresses through Ken in a unique way, specifically when people sit with him in transmission, they have a profoundly different experience of the Divine in their body. For example, he has worked with a number of advanced former students of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who each said, unprompted, following their initial session with him, that was the deepest spiritual experience of my life. Ken shares his gifts with a spiritually diverse, growing international audience through a variety of virtual and in-person programs, retreats, and one-on-one work.
Listen & Subscribe on:
iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify
Contact Info
Website: www.kenwstone.com
Book: Resonance: The Path of Spiritual Mastery by Ken W. Stone (Not Yet Published)
Most Influential Person
Eckhart Tolle
Effect on Emotions
Being able to shift into that observer and understand; that has been huge for me. I can actually remember when it happened. Dan Millman's book, The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior; I woke up spiritually when I was reading that book. I read that book about a year before I learned about my spiritual gifts.
It was in the fall of 2006, and I'd read Buddhist philosophies for years and not understood it. Why are we contemplating death; what is this whole thing? I thought of it as a scene where he could see his body decomposing in a field and it just snapped. There it is.
That was the first conscious awareness that I had of this dynamic that I had been trying to work with for a long time.  So
Thoughts on Breathing
Breathing is the opening. It's the constant companion. If somebody comes to me and says, ‘I feel wrapped up in this noise, what's the first thing I could do?' I want to talk about soul embodiment which is one of the things that I think just naturally happens, the divine through me.
And if they say, ‘what do I do there?', I say, ‘let's just do some breathing to start'.
Suggested Resources
Book: The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Book: The Four Agreements by Don Muguel Lois
Book: The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman
App: The End of Suffering by Gary Malkin (on Youtube)
Bullying Story
My family moved from Iowa to Boulder Colorado the summer before my seventh grade. I was profoundly naive when I was going into seventh grade; I was very tall and was kind of a beanpole.
I must have made a very attractive target to one particular person who threw me into lockers in the locker room and some of his friends held me down in shop class and he hit me on the head with the handle end of a screwdriver. I don't remember it affecting my internal narrative.
Mindfulness would have supported me in being able to be more fully present in the experience for sure at that place in my life. I can see it so essentially today for adolescents because there seems to be this huge focus on the external as the source of meaning, and so bullying just amplifies that dynamic. And what more powerful resource is there than mindfulness in counteracting that dynamic?
Related Episodes
Three Simple Steps To A Balanced Life; Trevor G. Blake
435 Reclaim Your Health and Freedom With A Walking Life; Antonia Malchik
Worth The Risk; Dr. Kris Lee
Special Offer
Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I’m Bruce Langford, a practicing coach and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at bruce@mindfulnessmode.com with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.

37 min