Tag Archive for: politics

A Mental Model for a More Mindful Perspective

Donella Meadows' Iceberg Model offers a practical framework for seeing ourselves and the world through a more mindful lens.

Mindfulness of the “Full Catastrophe”

Leaders across a variety of disciplines are increasingly recognizing the importance of the development of inner capacities, such as mindfulness and compassion, in taking action to effect beneficial, lasting change in the world.

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.

Mindfulness at a Crossroads

In times of great change, our mindfulness practice can empower and fortify us to be activists for a better world, in a sustainable way, for the 10,000 mile journey ahead.

The Politics of Mindfulness

Do mindfulness and politics go together? Mindfulness can help us develop skills and qualities that deepen our connection with and understanding of our values and beliefs and this may in turn inform our political choices.

What Do You Stand For?

I rarely write about political matters for a number of reasons. Opinions are usually just opinions after all. Over the years, I’ve discovered that when I let things play out, I’m probably at least as often proven wrong as I am right…