Ep 148: Rick Hanson – Judging Yourself for Having Judgement (5 of 5)

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Judging Yourself for Having Judgement

Hanuman Goleman asked leaders who are shaping the mindfulness movement to offer a more nuanced survey of the mindfulness landscape.

Rick Hanson is a psychologist and Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley. He is also the best-selling author of Buddha’s Brain and Hardwiring Happiness.

In this final conversation, Rick offers enormous gratitude for the boom of mindfulness in psychology, and why he thinks it might be time to return to the clarity and rigor of the original sense of Present Moment Awareness.

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The What is Mindfulness podcast series features new and exclusive interviews from individuals with decades of experience in teaching and studying mindfulness. The goal is to offer answers to questions about the practice from an array of perspectives and backgrounds.

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What is Mindfulness?

The Relationship Between Meditation and Mindfulness

Role of Mindfulness in Your Training

Hidden Dangers in Growing Popularity of Mindfulness

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Ep 143: Joseph Goldstein – Judging Yourself for Having Judgement (3 of 4)

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Joseph Goldstein - Judging Yourself for Having Judgement

Hanuman Goleman asked leaders who are shaping the mindfulness movement to offer a more nuanced survey of the mindfulness landscape.

Joseph Goldstein is one of the founders of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts; author of numerous books on meditation and Buddhism; and has been leading insight and lovingkindness meditation retreats worldwide since 1974.

In his third conversation with Hanuman, Joseph discusses the idea of judging yourself for having judgement and offers a simple, practical technique when practicing non-judgemental awareness.

What is Mindfulness podcast

The What is Mindfulness podcast series features new and exclusive interviews from individuals with decades of experience in teaching and studying mindfulness. The goal is to offer answers to questions about the practice from an array of perspectives and backgrounds.

Contributors to the podcast series will include:

More Podcasts with Joseph Goldstein

The Connection Between Mindfulness and Action

Relationship Between Mindfulness and Meditation + Hidden Dangers in Popularity of Mindfulness

What is Mindfulness + Your Mindfulness Training