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Focusing: An Interview with David Rome

Focusing: An Interview with David Rome – HIGHLIGHT

Yellow Cylinder, courtesy of Brian Fay An Interview with David Rome “The theory behind Focusing is that the body knows a great deal more than the mind; it’s the realm of intuition. If you think about it, the body, the lived body, really is the entire history of ... continue
Posted October 2, 2018 by alexandra_kalinine
2011 Interview: The Bones of Mindfulness

2011 Interview: The Bones of Mindfulness – HIGHLIGHT

This year’s Applied Mindfulness Conference will take place November 11-12, at West Chester University in Pennsylvania, and is co-sponsored by Tail of the Tiger. The following interview was conducted with some of the conference’s founders: Patton Hyman, Michael Carroll, and Mark Hurwich. As a natural extension ... continue
Posted October 26, 2011 by

Announcing the Applied Mindfulness Conference 2010 – HIGHLIGHT

Tail of the Tiger is pleased to announce the details of the Third Annual Applied Mindfulness Conference, July 22 – 25, 2010. Professionals from all mindfulness traditions are invited to join the ongoing discussion about bringing mindfulness into the wider world. This year’s conference ... continue
Posted June 22, 2010 by
Applied Mindfulness Conference: Inviting Workshop Proposals

Applied Mindfulness Conference: Inviting Workshop Proposals

The Applied Mindfulness Conference announces it is now accepting proposals to lead interactive workshops at the second annual conference. This unique symposium brings together practitioners of mindfulness and contemplative disciplines to exchange information and ideas about extending these practices into business, organizational, and other workplace settings. ... continue
Posted February 25, 2009 by
Applied Mindfulness: Meditation at Work

Applied Mindfulness: Meditation at Work – HIGHLIGHT

“Think of a moment in your professional life when you experienced the benefit of mindfulness for yourself and others.” This was our first task at Shambhala’s inaugural Applied Mindfulness Conference at Karme Choling last May. It was also the point of the whole program: finding ways ... continue
Posted February 24, 2009 by


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