It was difficult to remain focused during today’s meditation. As I directed my attention to the various categories, I could not help but feel an immediate reaction of judgement. I would then wander off on tangents, recalling what I like or dislike Read More
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Fear is made up of many emotions. One that seems to play a large role for me is my level of confidence. Take for example, skiing (I went today with my family, so this is fresh in my mind). When I am Read More
Sharon joins the annual Wisdom 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, California in February of 2017! “Founders from Facebook, Twitter, eBay, Zynga and PayPal, and executives and managers from companies like Google, Microsoft, Cisco … in conversations with experts in yoga and mindfulness.” – The New York Times
Wisdom 2.0 addresses the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world.
Wisdom 2.0 2016 in SF will be our 7th annual conference with expected attendance of 3,000 people. We look forward to seeing you there!
I try to get chores and household tasks done as quickly as possible. I guess scrubbing dishes keeps me from more exciting activities that I can do… even though I will probably not be doing anything much more exciting in Read More
I definitely do not need much prompting to recognize the achiness and stiffness my body feels from shoveling snow today from Winter Storm Niko. Immediately I lament how out of shape I have become. Perhaps my age is catching up and it is all Read More
For the past while, my partner and I have found ourselves in a living space that was, for one reason or another, wanting in private space. This works well when we are frequently out and about in the world, as Read More
I’m feeling excited to be participating in and blogging for the challenge this year. This will be my third year for both. It’s also the third year of my Just Rolling with It journey. Just Rolling with It is my personal Read More
Today’s practice was so important for me. I appreciated getting back to the basics of focusing on my breath. This practice allowed me to regain my attention to what was important right here and now and let distractions fall away Read More
The Roanoke Mindfulness Conference 2016 is a one-day conference featuring Sharon Salzberg, author of Real Happiness at Work. Taking place at the Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center, this conference is designed to provide participants with an introduction to the practice of mindfulness as well as a practical guide to improving work life through mindfulness, compassion, and ingenuity.
Dividing the idea of workplace satisfaction into eight pillars, we will explore ways in which to establish a deep and abiding experience of real happiness in the workplace. The cost for this event is $45, with a discount available for students. This price includes a boxed lunch.
Please Note: Sharon will be offering a daylong workshop on the day after the Conference – Complete Details HERE.
Practice the art of attention at the Rubin Museum in New York, NY in this weekly meditation session led by Sharon Salzberg and others from the New York Insight Meditation Center. Himalayan practitioners have, for centuries, used meditation to quiet the mind, open the heart, calm the nervous system, and increase one’s ability to focus. Now, western scientists, business leaders, and the secular world have embraced meditation as a vital tool for brain health.
Whether you’re a brand-new beginner, a dabbler, or a skilled meditator seeking the company of others, join expert teachers in a 45-minute weekly program designed to fit into your lunch break. Each session will be inspired by a different work of art from the Rubin Museum’s collection, and will include an opening talk, a 20-minute sitting session, and a closing discussion. Chairs will be provided. Cost: $15 or FREE for Museum Members.
Presented in partnership with the New York Insight Meditation Center.
Limited seating; tickets required for all participants.
For more information & for schedule of upcoming teachers please visit: www.rubinmuseum.org