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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.

Apr 26, 2018

Even though you hear about meditation and mindfulness a great deal these days (the two are not the same, by the way), they have both been around for years.  Some say over 5000 years ago. However, that is in the east.  Meditation in the west has been around much less, and it has changed in practice as well.  Today I discuss the differences between the two and help you decide which is best for you.

Links from the Episode:

Bhagavad Gita - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Why Did Thoreau Take the Bhagavad Gita to Walden Pond by Barbara Stoler Miller

What is Transcendentalism Introduction by Clif Notes

The History of Transcendentalism by Khan Academy


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