Mindfulness has an ancient lineage of social activism and peaceful protesting. Henry Shukman, Zen Master teacher at the Mountain Cloud Zen Center, is joined by John Braman, co-director of the Big River Mindfulness Institute and Abigail Adler, Zen practitioner, to talk about it.
Listen in for ideas about how mindfulness and meditation can help during times of heightened social activism.
Congressman Ben Ray Lujan is featured in this show, recorded in his Washington DC office following the Women's March on Washington.
Topics include civil discourse, fake news, immigration and sanctuary cities, possible Russian involvement in the presidential election, what’s needed from New Mexicans .. and more.
It's a big show, folks. Listen in.
In this ongoing series highlighting contemporary political and social issues, freshman Congressman and Congressional Hispanic Caucus member Darren Soto (D-FL), Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair and Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM), Shelly Campbell, Diane Harrison Ogawa, and Phil Wilkinson talk about the democratic process and ramifications of the new administration.
Recorded live at the after-March reception in the Rayburn building on the Hill in DC, hosted by New Mexico Congresswoman Grisham.
More fun on the ground!
This is a super fast-paced show! David Bedrick -- speaker, teacher, attorney, process-oriented psychology practitioner, and author -- breaks down ideas important to social activism including the Jungian shadow, Black Lives Matter, being Jewish, and psychological activism. I told you ... it's fast (and fun!).