Welcome to the Meditation Mind podcast (formerly known as Project Mindfulness Podcast), hosted by Christiaan Neeteson.
We'll take you on a journey across the globe and talk with various meditation & mindfulness practitioners. We talk about their experience, the lessons they have learned and what they want the world to know.
From Eastern to Western Philosophy, Artists, Doctors, Physicians, Psychologists and alternative medicine, all fields have valuable insights and approaches to mindfulness. In this podcast, we explore those with our guests.
Walking around the world with Meigo Märk
Meigo Märk walked 20,000 kilometers or 12,427 miles in 22 countries which took him a total of 4 years and 3 months. We talk about his journey and experiences while walking through 22 countries across the world. What are his morning routines? What did he experience in relation to other cultures? What were his life changing experiences? Find out in this episode.
Want to know more about Meigo? Check out his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/meigomark
No self or multiple selves? with Janusz Welin
Is there more than one self? No self? Multiple selves? Sometimes it can get confusing when meditating and observing our thoughts and feelings. Is there an all pervading consciousness that is driving a vehicle of meat and bones? This is an insightful episode where NY-based meditation teacher Janusz Welin talks about the multiple selves model and how we navigate all those seeming 'parts' of ourselves into one, coherent person. If we do, we become happier and healthier. Janusz works together with Shinzen Young regularly and mentors others in the Unified Mindfulness system, working with groups and individuals teaching Unified Mindfulness and modern Theravadan Buddhism.
The 15 foundational guided meditations Janusz talked about can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/czgw9x7syodypt4/AAARrhX9-L7_SbCWe8kgzOcGa?dl=0
Official website of Deep Mindfulness: https://deepmindfulness.io/about
Weekly meditation livestreams here: https://www.twitch.tv/DeepMindfulness
What is Mysticism? with Zev Slavin
In this episode we explore what mysticism is, it's relation to intuition and we learn a bit about Kaballah. Zev grew up in an Orthodox, Jewish, Hasidic family and discovered that other religions had mystical traditions too when he was 16, which blew his mind. He has been studying and teaching religious topic for a few years now, hisexpertise being in Judaism and now, slowly, in Mysticism in general.
He started 'Seekers of Unity', a project to unite people from all across the globe from various religions and traditions.
Want to know more? Check out his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9A83sJIYNAovCA92uaTRQ
Train your Brain for Happiness with Dana Wilde
Dana is a brain trainer, entrepreneur, speaker, podcast host and author of the bestselling book ‘Train Your Brain’. We'll talk about how to train your brain for happiness, success and a positive mindset.
Visit Dana's website here: https://danawilde.com/
Join us on Insight Timer: https://insighttimer.com/meditationmind
Support us: https://www.patreon.com/meditationmind
Unlock Your Brain's Full Potential with Dr. Phillipe Douyon
Joining me on the podcast today is Philippe Douyon. Philippe is a Board Certified Neurologist who completed his residency in Neurology at New York University and fellowship at New York Presbyterian-Cornell in Clinical Neurophysiology. He has spent the last several years caring for people with neurological disorders with a special emphasis on those with a history of epilepsy, seizures, and non epileptic events. He created a therapeutic, supportive environment, aimed at using a multimodal approach to improve the lives of people with neurological disorders and promote brain health.
Find more about Philippe here: https://www.inlebrainfitinstitute.com/
Music that can change the world with Mark Romero
In this episode I have a talk with Mark Romero. Mark is a sound therapist, but no ordinary one. Mark found out his music has the power to heal, transform and empower people's lives. He educates people on the science of energy related to our functioning. Simply said, he helps people create a positive difference in their lives through his guitar play and voice. Music helps people deal with loss, grief, anger, pain and much more. It helps people achieve a better and deeper sleep and can change someone's state of mind from negative to positive. We also talk about music in a way of transporting energy, as a vessel,where intention carries through frequencies and melodies, and impacts our daily lives. What are you really listening to? Let's dive into it.
Transcript coming :
Website Mark: http://markromeromusic.com/about/
Customer ReviewsSee All
Very relaxing and informative
I like Christinaans questions, they seem to spawn a lot of good discussion. 🌊🌊🏔
New to podcasts but I am loving this!
I happened upon the “It’s all in the breathing” episode and it turned out to be very significant as I am healing from CPTSD and have learned that I don’t, and haven’t for much of my life, BREATHED on a regular basis. I am training myself to be mindful of it and am understanding the health implications of holding one’s breaths and not being in the flow. I look forward to catching up on all of the episodes and continuing to build a mindfulness and meditation ritual and can’t wait to learn more!