Timo Volz

Mindfulness is Simple, Life is Complicated

Life can be complicated. A dedicated practice of mindfulness can help us open to life's complexities so that we can meet challenges with greater patience, courage and wisdom.

Mindfulness of Anger

Mindfulness of anger helps us understand our habitual reactions to threat, connect with our deepest intentions, and respond in ways that are more likely to get our needs met.

Meeting Crossroads with Mindfulness

There are many times in our lives when we come to a crossroads and we’re presented with a choice about the path ahead. Times of crisis or turmoil, such as the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, offer opportunities to reconnect with our deepest truths and to remember who we really are, if we are open to it. Mindfulness can help us notice choice points as they arise, manage fear and uncertainty, see experiences clearly, connect with our values, and choose responses wisely.

Mindfulness of Social Communications

Mindfulness can help us make space to examine the intentions behind our social communications and align them with our highest values.

Mindfulness and Loneliness

Mindfulness can help us be more resilient in a time of isolation by helping us to cultivate a new relationship with loneliness. The attitudes and practices can provide a clearer and more compassionate lens through which we observe experience.