60 Mindful Minutes

60 Mindful Minutes

Find your center. Master your mind. We live a hurried, jam-packed life. We’re constantly in motion with a never-ending onslaught of distractions to occupy our minds and hearts. Tuning into ourselves has become nearly impossible. And yet, we all need stillness. It’s in the white spaces of our lives that we find perspective and truth. It’s where we return to ourselves. When things change inside you, things change around you. (Formerly, The Synced Life)... Show More

Guest Bio 

Karen Maezen Miller is a Zen Buddhist priest she teaches about spirituality in everyday life at the Hazy Moon Zen Center in Los Angeles. She is the author of three books: Momma Zen, Hand Wash Cold and Paradise in Plain Sight.  



The world is a very unsettled and uncertain place at the moment. And while we all look to someone or someplace for answers, perhaps we have an opportunity to look no further than the very next moment for refuge. This week we welcome Karen Maezen Miller, a Zen Buddhist priest, for her guidance on feeling more grounded and calm in these turbulent times.    



Mentioned in this Episode 


Momma Zen https://www.amazon.com/Momma-Zen-Walking-Crooked-Motherhood/dp/1590304616 



Hand Wash Cold https://www.amazon.com/Hand-Wash-Cold-Instructions-Ordinary/dp/1577319044 



Paradise in Plain Sight https://www.amazon.com/Paradise-Plain-Sight-Lessons-Garden/dp/1608682528 






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