How on earth can you squeeze meditation into the accelerating pace of a 21st century lifestyle? On OneMind we explore the art of meditation and mindfulness and interview meditation teachers and every day practitioners. We share tips and find stories that illuminate why this ancient practice matters now more than ever. You'll learn the latest science and how to bring the benefits of meditation into your work, your health, your play, your relationships, and your life. OneMind is brought to you by AboutMeditation.com.
OM106-Noel Coakley on Addiction, Spiritual Bypassing, & The Grace of Mindfulness Meditation
In the latest episode of the One Mind Podcast, I interview my dear friend, Noel Coakley. We cover a wide range of topics including: What is spiritual bypassing? How do we develop self compassion in the midst of family chaos, raising kids, and constant triggers. How do we find new creative responses to these moments [...]
OM105 – Mindset, Meditation, and Flow States with Vedran Peric
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OM104 – On a Mahamudra Meditation Retreat with Vajrayana Master Daniel P. Brown
In early 2020, before any of us had heard anything about a lethal virus emerging from Wuhan Province, China, I attended a life changing 8-day Mahamudra meditation retreat with Harvard neuropsychologist and Vajrayana master Daniel P. Brown PHd. After a nine year pause on spiritual retreats, this was my first extended in-person retreat with a [...]
OM103 - Sanjay Rawal On Meditation, Running, and Self Transcendence
In this episode, filmmaker Sanjay Rawal and I explore our shared experience with Sri Chimnoy (my first spiritual teacher) and discover–to our shared surprise–that we joined Sri Chimnoy's community around the same time and attended some of the same events. We explore the inspiring work of Sri Chimnoy and his extraordinary and hugely influential teacher, [...]
OM102: Julie Hunt On Finding Equanimity Amid Uncertainty
In this episode, Julie and Morgan discuss the part of you and I that is forever untouched by the chaos and disruption of this crisis. We explore that limitless part of the self and how it can serve as a powerful point of calm grounding in the storm of our lives in this historical moment. [...]
Spiritual Bypassing, Addiction, & The Grace of Mindfulness Meditation
This podcast was phenomenal. Two seasoned meditation practitioners exchanging courageous, sincere and “real” anecdotes about each of their personal spiritual journeys with love, humor and wisdom.
I learned things I didn’t know, resonated with familiar experiences and was comforted in discovering that “I am not the only one” who has struggled with some of the common topics and challenges they discussed.
I will definitely be checking out previous podcasts of Morgan’s, as well as looking forward to future interviews!
I’ve spent 33 years primarily in my house from 37 operations
This has ultimately been the biggest gift in my life. I wasn’t able to see might’ve got run over by a car is a pedestrian. I had brain trauma I was bedridden for years. Right now I’m coming out after seven years there was a little bit of times in the surgeries that I went back out to society and I will go back into work and then I would have some more operations and go back in again. This is a different situation and the interesting thing is the Mirfak that people now can I understand hi went through however I took that time. I have 36 notifications in alternative medicine modalities fitness specialist spirituality and much more Tony Robinson Dean Graziosi on my coaches actually have a master mind coming out on the subject in about a week and I have sample other mastermind andProjects because I specialize in exercise even though I’ve had 37 catastrophic injuries which I don’t consider them because I have made a complete recovery that is unheard of. I’m 58 years old what I look like I’m 40 I’m fused from my neck to my ankles and I’ve been like a pretzel I designed a course called happy Dounts therapy.He said that there’s many other tools that must be tight a year to yours compared to 33 years is nothing the things that I have learned that have been so productive and then have created the person that I am they have brought out my truth my love my joy my passion and my love my gratitude and happiness kindness and they have. Everything you’re saying makes a lot of sense but this is the type of thing that has to be listen to over and over and over excuse me again I’m not able to get in grand and peoples brains because it’s actually re-wiring the neurological brain things like this don’t happen overnight they get the app they get OK here the idea but ISincerely Staciy Rosman
I was so thrilled to find this podcast. Have only been meditating for 2 years but last 6 months daily. Your podcast has really helped me focus on my practice both on the pillow and in daily life. I’ve already listed to almost all your episodes and am so happy you added a new one recently. Was hoping you did not stop. Thank you for the motivation and inspiration!