Guided Meditation with Michael Taft There are currently several systems of therapy that teach us to work with various parts of our multiple selves, in order to heal and to integrate. Coming from Western psychotherapy… Read More »Healing the Exile in Nondual Awareness
Host Michael Taft speaks with clinical psychologist and life coach, Douglas Tataryn, Ph.D. about meditation and psychology. Topics include his work with meditation teachers such as Culadasa, the “wake up, clean up, grow up, and… Read More »Meditation, Emotions, and the Bio-Emotive Framework with Douglas Tataryn
Host Michael W. Taft speaks with bestselling author and meditation teacher Rick Hanson about how to maintain resilience in the face of the coming potential collapse of civilization, the problem with agriculture, meditation methods to… Read More »Meditation for the End of Civilization, with Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Tucker Peck, meditation teacher and clinical psychologist, talks with host Michael Taft about how whether awakening (both in the traditional “stream entry” sense or in other definitions) actually “fixes” a person’s psychology or not. Topics… Read More »Meditation, Madness, and Psychology, with Tucker Peck
Michael W. Taft was recently interviewed about mindfulness meditation by the fabulous David McRaney on his podcast “You Are Not So Smart.” Click the white arrow in the red circle below to listen to the… Read More »Willfully Altering Your Brain: An Interview with Michael W. Taft
Fitness experts call it bicep curls for the brain and aerobics for the mind. Whatever the name, athletes and gym addicts are discovering how mindfulness meditation can enliven a workout routine and invigorate a sports… Read More »Mindfulness meditation beneficial for physical performance
One 15-minute focused-breathing meditation may help people make smarter choices, according to new research from researchers at INSEAD and The Wharton School. The findings are published in the February issue of Psychological Science, a journal… Read More »Mindfulness Improves Decision Making
Michael Taft – “The Physicality of Emotions” from Ego the Book In this short video, Michael W. Taft discusses the difference between the embodied sensation of emotions, and the conceptual understanding of emotions.