Podcast: Mindfulness – Moment to Moment with MBSR

Mindfulness exists in the awareness of each moment.

Are you present right now, at this very moment? Or is it difficult to stop the chatter and thinking? Can the practice of being present moment to moment change how I feel?  Bob Stahl, Ph.d., MBSR teacher and author of the MBSR Workbook, joins us for part two of our conversation on mindfulness and the benefits of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).

MBSR is an intensive 8-week  group program in which people learn and  practice mindfulness meditation, mindful yoga, and mindfulness in daily life. The program was created by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn, of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and has helped people gain tools, skills and experience in reducing stress and suffering. People all over the world are practicing MBSR in hospitalsschools, their homes, veteran centers, and even in the United States Congress, led by the efforts of one congressman from Ohio. You too can learn and access the benefits and resources through an Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR course).



Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, MBSR, Bob Stahl, Health Currents RadioWhat’s in a finger snapping ten times? One moment.

As Bob Stahl’s meditation teacher once told him, “Being mindful one moment is better than living one hundred years without being present.”


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Ellen Goldsmith

Ellen Goldsmith

Ellen Goldsmith is a licensed and nationally board certified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. She has been in the field of Asian medicine for the past 30 years, teaching, speaking and working with thousands of people to give them the resources, skills and tools they seek to improve the quality of their health and lives. Ellen is the author of the well respected book, Nutritional Healing with Chinese Medicine: + 175 Recipes for Optimal Health. She is on faculty at the National University of Natural Medicine’s College of Classical Chinese Medicine in Portland, Oregon.

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