The practice of mindfulness connects us with a deeper sense of purpose and joy. We discover how to find peace during difficult times, and we learn to take inspired action from a place of the heart.
Mindfulness is perhaps the most important skill we can develop today—for our communities, our planet, and ourselves.
to explore the implications of mindfulness in our modern world, asking the question, “How is the mindfulness movement serving humanity at this time?”
In the video, we hear from leading voices in the mindfulness community, including Jon Kabat- Zinn, Tara Brach, and Jack Kornfield, among others. These teachers share deeply personal stories about how their mindfulness practice helped them through some of the most challenging times in their lives.
Through inspiring interviews, we learn how illness, abuse, racism, shame, anger, and other difficulties in our common human experience can be transformed through acceptance and presence.
We also learn that being mindful doesn’t mean that we don’t make changes. Rather, when we accept our present experience, we begin to see with more clarity and compassion. We are then able to take more effective action in service of ourselves, others, and our world.
Paul at ChangeThatMind
P.S. This video is a free introduction to the groundbreaking new membership program from Sounds True,
A Year of Mindfulness: Awaken Presence and Compassion in Every Area of Your Life. Learn more here