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Fishing Without Bait

A mindful exercise. A look at ourselves. We recommend rest and relaxation. One way you can do this is to take up fishing. And for a truly mindful experience, try fishing without bait.
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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 26, 2016

Jim Eellermeyer discusses why we continue to do things that do not work including the coping mechanisms, the illusion of control we present ourselves with, the male and other stereo types represented on television that teach us not to emote, how we give ourselves some “wiggle room”, and more!

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Intro music: “Life” by Tobu

Jan 19, 2016

Jim Ellermeyer discusses a concept from Gestalt theory and How to survive emotional quicksand as we try not to fall into the trap of looking at who we are not rather than accepting who we are.

 

 

From this episode:

"Gestalt Therapy Verbatim"  by Frederick S. Perls 

http://www.amazon.com/Gestalt-Therapy-Verbatim-Frederick-Perls/dp/0939266164

How to survive quicksand : a guide to uncomfortable feelings http://head-heart-health.com/6773/a-guide-to-uncomfortable-feelings

Jan 12, 2016

This week, we read a blog post where a student describes her venture into mindfulness in the first 6 weeks and how it changed her life. 

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Intro music: “Life” by Tobu

 

Jan 5, 2016

Jim Ellermeyer discusses finding those glancing moments of mindfulness, Concentration, and more. 

Challenge: Experiment with the flame meditation.  (review what it is at 8:00 in this week’s Podcast!) Tell us your results on Facebook and Twitter

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Read the transcript here. (coming soon)

Intro music: “Life” by Tobu

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