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Zen Commuter is about meditation and how it can improve the quality of your life. Thom Walters speaks with acclaimed meditation teachers, authors and everyday practitioners, to help listeners understand how to start a mindfulness habit, as well as keep it going. Along the way he discusses topics that help listeners cultivate a calmer, wiser and happier life. Come join Thom Monday through Friday to deepen your meditation practice. Continue Reading >>
Zen Commuter is about meditation and how it can improve the quality of your life. Thom Walters speaks with acclaimed meditation teachers, authors and everyday practitioners, to help listeners understand how to start a mindfulness habit, as well as keep it going. Along the way he discusses topics that help listeners cultivate a calmer, wiser and happier life. Come join Thom Monday through Friday to deepen your meditation practice. << Show Less
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1846: What is a Zafu Today, I give you the ins and outs about having a zafu.  What they are, the benefits and the cost.  Come listen
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1846: What is a Zafu Today, I give you the ins and outs about having a zafu.  What they are, the benefits and the cost.  Come listen
1845: How to Drive Mindfully When I say drive mindfully, I'm not simply talking about driving attentively.  Even though that is a portion of it. Driving mindfully to me means ceasing distractions and bringing yourself into the moment exclusively.  Let's talk about it.
1844: Starting a Meditation with a Sigh (R) Many times, when I am following the direction of a guided meditation, I am told to let out my first deep breath exhale with a sigh.  Have you heard of this?  If you have, and wondered what it's about, you don't have to wonder anymore.  Today I explain the rational behind a sigh in meditation
1843: Meditating with Your Eyes Open by Rose Hahn Today, I enlist the help of another meditation instructor to help me discuss how to meditate with your eyes open.  Rose Hahn of rosehahn.com, shares a thorough post about the topic.  To read it yourself, and avail yourself to a great meditation, click the link below.  Enjoy How to Meditate with Your Eyes Open by Rose Hahn
1842: Brad Warner Brad Warner is the author of The Other Side of Nothing and numerous other titles including Letters to a Dead Friend about Zen, Don’t Be a Jerk, and Hardcore Zen. A Soto Zen teacher, he is also a punk bassist, filmmaker, and popular blogger who leads workshops and retreats around the world. In addition to his books, his writing appears in Lion’s Roar, Tricycle, Buddhadharma, and Alternative Press. He also also hosts The Hardcore Zen Podcast and talks about Zen almost every day on his YouTube channel. Visit him online at www.hardcorezen.info.
1841 : 0The Other Side of Nothing by Brad Warner In preparation for my interview with Brad Warner, today I read a chapter from his latest book: The Other Side of Nothing. Enjoy
1840: Tom Evans (R) I began using Insight Timer many years ago.  But in all that time, I have always appreciated the meditations of Tom Evans, another Insight Timer instructor.  Today I share the interview I did with him back in December. Enjoy.
1839:How to Meditate for Longer Period of Time Whiile there are no greater benefits for sitting for extended periods of time, there are some things to be aware. Today I talk about what those points are.
1837: How to Meditate in Warm Weather High temperatures can make it difficult to do many things comfortably, including meditation.  Today I talk about some ways to ensure your practice stays consistent, while contending with the summer heat.
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