Mindful Eating: Natasha Lantz at TEDxMarquette

Mindful Eating: Natasha Lantz at TEDxMarquette

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs I’ve been called many things in my 36 years here on this earth. But I think the one that I am the most proud of is farmer. Yes, I know, looking at me now, you probably don’t think, and I don’t conjure up the look of a traditional farmer,

Mindfulness, Humility & Holistic Approach to Education: Gadadhara Pandit Dasa at TEDxTeachersCollege

Mindfulness, Humility & Holistic Approach to Education: Gadadhara Pandit Dasa at TEDxTeachersCollege

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Good morning. They asked us to wear solid colors, so I thought I’d put on orange for the occasion. (Laughter) This morning I’d like to speak a little bit about mindfulness, humility, and a holistic approach to education. And as I share my thoughts on these topics

The Egyptian Book of the Dead: A guidebook for the underworld – Tejal Gala

The Egyptian Book of the Dead: A guidebook for the underworld – Tejal Gala

Ani stands before a large golden scale where the jackal-headed god Anubis is weighing his heart against a pure ostrich feather. Ani was a real person, a scribe from the Egyptian city of Thebes who lived in the 13th century BCE. And depicted here is a scene from his Book of the Dead, a 78-foot

Mindfulness and the Buddhist Tradition | Professor Richard King | Think Kent

Mindfulness and the Buddhist Tradition | Professor Richard King | Think Kent

Hello and welcome, my name is Richard King and I am Professor of Buddhist and Asian Studies at the University of Kent and also currently the head of religious studies. Today I want to talk about the globalisation of mindfulness and offer some reflections as a scholar of the Buddhist tradition on the ways in

Mindfulness for a high reliability life: Rick Gannotta at TEDxTallaght

Mindfulness for a high reliability life: Rick Gannotta at TEDxTallaght

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs This is a 747-400 series, holds about 416 passengers. Now imagine, if you will, one of these planes crashing every two to three days. Horrific. Catastrophic. Completely unacceptable. But as awful as that sounds, that’s an often-used analogy to illustrate the number of deaths due to preventable medical errors

TEDxSunsetPark – Diana Winston – The Practice of Mindfulness

TEDxSunsetPark – Diana Winston – The Practice of Mindfulness

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Thank you. It’s quite an honor to be here, and it’s great to hear Dan speak and to be able to talk about this interface of the mind and mindfulness and how it all works. So I was – about 20-something years ago, I was traveling around Southeast Asia,

Mindfulness and Neural Integration: Daniel Siegel, MD at TEDxStudioCityED

Mindfulness and Neural Integration: Daniel Siegel, MD at TEDxStudioCityED

Translator: Tijana Mihajlović Reviewer: Ming Gui Tan Thank you. Good morning, that was beautiful. You know, right before Fred Rogers died, his team had actually contacted me to try to present the case for why television should keep at the pace of Mr. Rogers’ neighborhood. So we were about to plan that whole thing and

TEDxBoulder – Shannon Paige – Mindfulness and Healing

TEDxBoulder – Shannon Paige – Mindfulness and Healing

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven It’s 1994, and I’m in the barn with my first husband, and we’re putting away our horses for the night when the barn phone rings, and it’s my mom. And she skips over all of the niceties, and she says very clearly and urgently: “I dreamt that

Mindfulness in Schools: Richard Burnett at TEDxWhitechapel

Mindfulness in Schools: Richard Burnett at TEDxWhitechapel

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven The Mindfulness in Schools Project was created when some teaching colleagues and I shared an ambition to bring together two things that were really close to our hearts. One was mindfulness practice, which we’d be doing for many years, and the other was the art of classroom

The Power of Mindfulness: Home Nguyen at TEDxTeachersCollege

The Power of Mindfulness: Home Nguyen at TEDxTeachersCollege

Translator: Urte Cibulskaite Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs So please take a breath with me, breathing in and then letting go. (Audience exclamations) (Laughter) What if everything you thought mattered, didn’t matter? What if everything you thought mattered, didn’t matter? Twice in my life I saw money flying through the air like trash. The first time was