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This podcast is my journey as a curious millennial figuring out what it means to live fully through meditation by bringing on the greatest minds of our day.

Catching Z's: The Millennials Guide to Mindfulness Nick Zolfo

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This podcast is my journey as a curious millennial figuring out what it means to live fully through meditation by bringing on the greatest minds of our day.

    Meditators Among Us: Alex Stokes

    Meditators Among Us: Alex Stokes

    Alex and I met through a couple of friends just over 2 months ago now.  I immediately felt his understanding of the world and the way that he articulated it was something special, so I had to have him on the podcast.  I know that you'll feel the same way after listening to our conversation.   We talk about: 
    His introduction to meditation How he got into Tai Chi How Tai Chi enhanced his meditation practice The power of letting go  An explanation of Tai Chi and the Water method Experiencing our physical body An elegant explanation of our existence on this planet How Tai Chi has helped him during Covid and the climate of racial injustice.  Much more!

    • 57分
    CZ 087: Devon + Craig Hase, How NOT to be a Hot Mess authors, Dharma Teachers and Practitioners

    CZ 087: Devon + Craig Hase, How NOT to be a Hot Mess authors, Dharma Teachers and Practitioners

    Devon and Craig Hase are such genuine people and speak about the deep topics of Buddhist Dharma in a very accessible way.  They spread joy through their words and lighthearted nature and have recently published a book, "How Not To Be a Hot Mess" that captures so much of what makes them great to talk to, and offers a practical guide to living in today's world.  
    Devon's experience of unhappiness in college along with a Pema Chodron book that led her to meditation Craig's chaotic teen years that led him to meditation The difficulty of beginning a meditation practice for Craig Devon going to Spirit Rock in college and having a powerful experience there that made her want to continue diving in How Devon + Craig met  Being married to someone who also practices meditation Their current experience with an "urban" retreat How being on a retreat during the global pandemic is What they love about Dharma practice How their book "How Not To Be a Hot Mess" came to be How the chapters of their books are based on the Buddhist precepts but with a more modern approach Why some people (myself as an example) turn to drugs and alcohol in our teen and early 20's Finding clarity in your life How they find the lighthearted moments of life Tips on applying How Not To Be a Hot Mess to the current global pandemic http://devonandcraighase.com/

    • 1 時間8分
    Meditators Among Us: Stefanie Safahi

    Meditators Among Us: Stefanie Safahi

    Stefanie was a joy to talk to.  She started meditating about 5 years ago and didn't maintain that consistently.  Recent events within her life have caused her to reconnect with her meditation practice and that just so happened to be in the middle of the current global pandemic.  We talked about: 
    Burnout in her first job caused her to turn to Meditation 5 years ago What drew her to meditation during times of personal hardship How being the child of an immigrant helped with her resilience Getting back into meditation 3 months ago Her self awareness and how she’s cultivated this How meditation has helped take ownership of her mind Meditation during the current pandemic Tips for beginning your meditation practice Creating a community around MYND Why it’s so important to have mental health resources accessible Stefanie's Twitter
    Mynd website
    Email Stefanie!

    • 44分
    CZ 086: Miles Bukiet, Meditation Teacher and devoted Student of Life

    CZ 086: Miles Bukiet, Meditation Teacher and devoted Student of Life

    Miles has been on a couple of year long retreats and has found each of his experiences only further fuels his curiosity and wonder about his mind and the minds of others.  He speaks very deeply about the precious inner workings of life backed by close to 10 years of devotion to these practices.  We talk about: 
    Doing a 10 day vipassana reatreat prior to college Traveling to thailand to be ordained as a monk and how this was a profound milestone in his life Diving into a 2 month retreat with Alan Wallace after coming back from Thailand with the desire to keep his practice going What is Goenka?  How his practice continues to develop How true curiosity has helped his practice Ajahn Sucitto and how he taught Miles to pay attention to his intentions during meditation The feeling of just scratching the surface that continues each day Understanding everyone as individuals Monasteries of the future and how those will look Co-founding Dharma Gates  Feelings about the current global pandemic https://www.milesbukiet.com/
    https://dharma-gates.org/
    Miles' Masters Capstone project
     

    • 1 時間7分
    Meditators Among Us: Sierre Wolfkostin

    Meditators Among Us: Sierre Wolfkostin

    Sierre is a very interesting person to chat with.  She combines a depth of knowledge with a thoughtful approach to looking at life.  She's only been meditating for a little over a year and already speaks about life in delicate and amazing ways! We chatted about: 
    How reading Andy Puddicombe’s book got her into meditation Mom’s present of Transcendental Meditation  How she relates to her mind  Experiencing silence of her mind  How meditation influences her physically Presence and Decision Making  Meditation and Appreciating K-Pop with her sister Timing around adopting a meditation practice  How Design and meditation align  Creating novel ideas through Meditation Liberating structures of design thinking and meditation What she’s excited about with her practice The hardship that comes with life  

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    CZ 085: Mag Dimond, Heart Centered Human, World Traveler, and Author

    CZ 085: Mag Dimond, Heart Centered Human, World Traveler, and Author

    I left this interview feeling more connected to the world and felt like I had traveled around the world as well.  Mag is a magnificent storyteller and has made traveling a center piece to her life and marrying those two things is wonderful to experience.  We chat about: 
    How she got the travel bug at 11 years old when she lived in Italy for 3 years  Why she started journaling as an outlet from her difficult upbringing Feeling at home in many places abroad What travel allowed her to find out about herself  How connection is important for what she feels makes a place feel like home Innate traits that we all possess as humans that she discovered in travel  The importance of journaling in her adventures  Common themes that arose in her journaling showing what she values in experiences The impact that her grandmother had on her instilling compassion in her Translating her journals to the book that she wrote, “Bowing to Elephants”  How a moving experience with Elephants led to the title of her book  Getting into meditation later in life after a masseuse advised her to  How to forgive deeply and how she forgave her mother Her favorite food and country around the world Loving Kindness meditation to conclude!   
    magdimond.com

    • 1 時間17分

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