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  • 8 Sep 2018 11:00 PM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    Talk with exercises given September 7, 2018 at the Mount Baker Theater in Bellingham. You can download the handout Tim refers to here: General Mindfulness handout.pdf

    Intro to Mindfulness with Tim Burnett (1.5 hrs) from Mindfulness Northwest on Vimeo.

  • 22 May 2018 12:32 PM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    The filmmakers at Radio Lab explore with images and sound what an experience of "a moment" might mean. Sit back and see how it feels to absorb this collection of moments.

    Open at YouTube

  • 26 Mar 2018 4:55 PM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    In just two minutes this young man teaches an important lesson about how mindfulness and compassion training work.

  • 12 Nov 2017 9:01 PM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    Brother David has made it his life's work to promote gratitude. See his website Gratefulness.org for inspiration, tools, and suggestions. Research strongly supports gratitude as a key to happiness and well-being.

    Open at Vimeo

  • 6 Sep 2017 7:04 AM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    A wonderful 14 minute talk by mindfulness researcher Shauna Shapiro lays out the underlying idea of how mindfulness training works. 

  • 4 Apr 2017 10:24 AM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    I often play this interesting 20-minute TED talk by the University of Texas social psychologist Brené Brown on vulnerability during the 4th class of MBSR. Take a look and see what you think!

  • 29 Mar 2017 11:35 AM | Michael Kelberer (Administrator)

    When are humans most happy? To gather data on this question, Matt Killingsworth built an app, Track Your Happiness, that let people report their feelings in real time. Among the surprising results: We're often happiest when we're lost in the moment. And the flip side: The more our mind wanders, the less happy we can be.

  • 29 Nov 2016 8:37 AM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    One of the models of communication we talk about in our MBSR classes is the brilliant work of psychologist Marshall Rosenberg called Non-Violent Communication. Here's a really touching 10-minute introduction to Dr. Rosenberg and his work. For more on Rosenberg and his work see the website of the Center for Non-Violent Communication.

  • 17 Nov 2016 6:32 AM | Tim Burnett (Administrator)

    We love Kelly's examination of recent research on mindset and attitude governing how the body-mind responds to stress. See also her excellent book The Upside of Stress.

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