Devotion as a Mindful Practice?

It is not a topic that is generally discussed within Secular and Mindful communities. But Michael Fogleman, who practiced under my guidance at Center for Mindful Learning, Vermont, expressed an interested to interview me on this topic. So, over several email exchanges, we explored this from theistic, atheistic and agnostic perspective. My hope was that … Continue reading Devotion as a Mindful Practice?

Do you find yourself getting stuck periodically with anxiety, resentment, and inner conflict?

“Embracing the path to freedom and transformation is the deepest calling within the heart of every individual,” I write in my newly published book, Discover Your Free Mind. But how can we honor our heart’s calling if we are in the grip of certain emotions that are hard to shake off? If you’re like most … Continue reading Do you find yourself getting stuck periodically with anxiety, resentment, and inner conflict?

Is Seeing really the basis for Believing?

The notion that "seeing is believing" loses ground when we consider the McGurk Effect. In this video, Prof. Rosenblum demonstrates how the speech effect dominates our perception even though we "see" the movement of lips to be different. In my book, Discover Your Free Mind, I explore how we are similarly influenced by the society … Continue reading Is Seeing really the basis for Believing?

Summary of “Discover Your Free Mind”

(Paperback and E-Book versions are now available on Amazon) Find inner freedom: No matter what your life situation may be, No matter what state of mind you find yourself stuck in.  A book that seeks to bring balance and inner peace while taking you beyond the standard notions and practices of meditation and mindfulness… At the heart … Continue reading Summary of “Discover Your Free Mind”