Tag Archive for: engaged mindfulness

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Continuous Becoming: Offering Mindfulness in a Transition Center

Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness teacher Erik Hulse writes about the time he spent volunteering at Transition Center Kansas City (TCKC), an organization that helps the formerly incarcerated make a successful reintegration into the community.

Mindfulness and Social Courage

In this time of polarity and division, cultivating social courage can give us the resilience to work effectively together to help make the world a more welcoming and thriving place.
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Sowing What We Wish to Reap: The Four Cs of Engaged Mindfulness

Through a foundation of caring, capacity building, courage, and willingness to make contact, engaged mindfulness can help us make a paradigm shift needed for deep and lasting beneficial change.

The Inner and Outer Work of Engaged Mindfulness

Mindfulness can be a powerful ally in doing the prerequisite inner work and moving into the necessary outer work of beneficial change toward a more just and sustainable world.

Can Mindfulness Change the World?

Although it's not a panacea, the practice of mindfulness can help us stay connected to our highest values even in the face of great difficulty.