Bronnie shares a heart-opening conversation with Tara Brach PhD.
Subjects covered include:
Finding peace in amongst political gatherings
How a longing for self-acceptance blended with a call to wake the world to consciousness
Tara’s fascination with the interaction of psychology and spiritual practice to heal
How it is our heart’s deep longing to be free that calls us to learn how to quieten our mind
The sacred art of pausing
Making this moment matter as much as any moment in our whole life
What is the most important thing
How presence is not always instantly peaceful
The possibility to wake up through this global crisis
How widening compassion creates belonging
The gift of being a mirror of goodness
Self-compassion being the entry to all healing
Tara Brach, PhD, has been teaching meditation since 1975, as well as leading workshops and meditation retreats at centers throughout North America and Europe. She has a PhD in clinical psychology, is the founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington (IMCW) and the author of Radical Acceptance (2003),True Refuge (2012) and Radical Compassion (2019). Along with her colleague Jack Kornfield, Tara offers a certification program for mindfulness teachers with participants from over 50 countries. Tara’s weekly podcasts of talks and meditations are downloaded over 2.5 million times each month. For more, visit tarabrach.com.