Tag: mindfulness

Sensei Anthony Stultz



Fast Facts
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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Sensei Tony, Anthony Stultz
Function: 
Spiritual Teacher
Traditions: 
Navayana Buddhism
Main Countries of Activity: 
US, Europe, Japan
Date of Birth: 
2/24/1963
Place of Birth: 
Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
Yes


Jon Kabat Zinn



Fast Facts
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Function: 
Researcher
Traditions: 
Buddhism, Science, Mindfulness, Meditation
Main Countries of Activity: 
USA
Date of Birth: 
June 5, 1944
Place of Birth: 
USA
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
Yes


Meditation Related to the Baha'i Faith

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I have prepared two related meditation techniques. One is a part of my Asma Path, a personal activity related to the Baha'i Faith:

The Asma Process



An Easy Centering Exercise

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This exercise is an easy and practical tool to utilize your body to change the state of your mind. The mind-body link allows changes in the body to positively affect the mind.



Possibilities of Self Development in the 21th Century

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In 1991, something happened to me. I’ll never forget this year and I have never been the same after that.



Conscious Parenting and Kids Happiness

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Interview with Nataša Pantović Nuit
Author of Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents

Q. You say that the parenting is the most difficult job in the world. Why?



Offering 100% Attention

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"Offer 100 percent attention
to whatever you do.

If you do that,
no matter what the outcome,
you will be fulfilled.

There is no real peace or love
when you scatter your attention



HOW TO LIVE PROBLEM FREE

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Can you find your problems in this moment? If you're diligent, and you're honest with yourself, the answer will be 'no'. If you can find some, then your mind has tricked you into being in some moment other than this one.

— Swami Premodaya



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Awareness is your refuge:
Awareness of the changingness of feelings,
of attitudes, of moods, of material change
and emotional change:
Stay with that, because it’s a refuge that is
indestructible.
It’s not something that changes.
It’s a refuge you can trust in.
This refuge is not something that you create.
It’s not a creation. It’s not an ideal.
It’s very practical and very simple, but
easily overlooked or not noticed.
When you’re mindful,
you’re beginning to notice,
it’s like this.

— Ajahn Sumedho



Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living and Kids

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What would we need to do to get our kids understand the importance of a healthy body, emotional_intelligence, nurturing creativity and love for friends and family, becoming aware of how they can make a positive impact on the society or the environment, or discover the purpose of life and ways to be happy?

— Nataša Pantović Nuit