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Calmer. Wiser and happier.  That's the goal of ZEN commuter, the weekday podcast designed to start your day off right. If your days are filled with stress and lacking direction, then you will definitely want to tune in.  I interview amazing thought leaders in order to have you seeing different ways to live a calmer, more purposeful life.  

On the days I am at the mic alone, I help you greet each day with hope and optimism.  And I even help you discover better ways to treat your body and you mind.

Isn't it about time you got to work in a better mood?  You will, with ZEN commuter.

Nov 16, 2018

Meditation and mindfulness are mainstream now, almost saturating our culture. It’s popularity has been heightened by hundreds of studies that tout its benefits. But how scientific and valuable are these studies. Today, Matthew Abrahams discusses the validity of these studies.

Links from the Episode:

Tricycle.org - The...


Nov 15, 2018

The thought of being alone with your thoughts is absolutely terrifying to the majority of people. Our culture does not embrace contemplation, as evidenced by the myriad distractions we look for and participate in on a daily basis. Today, thanks to Lawson Sachter and Sunya Kjolhede, I talk about the challenges and...


Nov 14, 2018

The thought of a meditation retreat either fills you with delight or unparalleled terror. Some people long for an amount of time free from the hustle of life. Others have no desire to meditate for hours on end. Well, if you are more like the former, a retreat might be good for you. However, have you thought...


Nov 13, 2018

Today, with the help of Tricycle.net, I talk about a stumbling block that often turns people off from meditation, being alone.  Ezra Bayda does a great job of turning that loneliness into something positive.

 


Nov 12, 2018

This week I am showcasing all the amazing information about Buddhism that can be found in the publication Tricycle.  Today I share a salient article that talks about seeing your challenges as aspirations.