Mindful Live—A Series of Online Conversations

Join us for live conversations and events featuring leaders in the mindfulness movement.

We’re bringing our content to life with Mindful Live—a new series of online conversations and events featuring many of the writers and subjects of the stories you’ll find in the pages of Mindful magazine.

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Mindful Live: Roundtable on Racial Justice

This one-hour event honoring the theme of racial justice features some of this year’s leading women in mindfulness in conversation with each other, led by moderator and Mindful managing editor Stephanie Domet. 

Galvanized by the Black Lives Matter movement, this discussion explores what racial justice is, and what role mindfulness can play in building a more equitable society. 

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Mindful Live with Sharon Salzberg and Barry Boyce

In this follow-up to her first Mindful Live session, Sharon Salzberg shares more of her favorite practices, deep insights, and inspiration about loving-kindness meditation.

She’s joined once again by her good friend Barry Boyce, longtime meditation teacher and Mindful‘s founding editor.

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Mindful Live with Michelle Maldonado and Heather Hurlock

In this session, Michelle Maldonado offer insights and guided practices to help us open the doors to our hearts and move away from fear-based reactions.

When we’re tired and angry, we can slip into old habits and become more susceptible to feelings of dread and doom. This isn’t a failing, but a reminder to practice self-care and to recognize our common humanity.

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Mindful Live with Sharon Salzberg and Barry Boyce

Our first session featured Sharon Salzberg and founding editor Barry Boyce. They shared their favorite practices, deep insights, and inspiration on how to use mindfulness to open our hearts and find compassion.

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Guided Meditations

Daily Practices

Having a Tough Conversation? Try the Reset Practice 

It’s not always the case that our formal mindfulness practice carries seamlessly into daily life—especially in conversations that spark tension. Shalini Bahl-Milne offers a practice to help you ensure you can be mindfully present for these difficult moments. Read More 

  • Shalini Bahl-Milne
  • October 7, 2020

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