The Surgeon’s Probe: Healing with Mindfulness

With Vince Cullen recorded on December 2, 2018.

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Vince writes: “I am continuously inspired by some of the images that the Buddha offers us of ‘Sati’ or ‘Mindfulness’. This talk for Worldwide Insight is an exploration of some the many aspects of mindfulness – or in my case a lack of mindfulness – that continue to play themselves out in my life. In this session I will use some of the Buddha’s traditional images of mindfulness, with which I hope to illustrate some of the, often ignored, broader applications and qualities of mindfulness.”

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