“Compassion registers in the brain as more like eating chocolate than brussels sprouts. “ – Roshi Joan Halifax … isn’t this a great quote?! 😉 It’s taken from a brilliant talk by Roshi Joan Halifax at the most recent Wisdom2.0 conference.
I’ve been pondering lately, what does the word ‘mindfulness’ mean? ‘Mindfulness’ is now mainstream, last year’s Time magazine’s Mindful Revolution cover confirmed it. What does mindfulness mean to you? Being aware? Being present? Non-judgmental? Paying attention? Being without thinking? Thich
… was just one of my many insights from Peter Senge’s keynote presentation at the Garrison Institute. What really stood out for me in Peter’s talk is his great humility, clarity of thinking and recognition of the continuity between our
Susan Schneider (University of Geneva), Maurizio Zollo (Boccni University) and Ramesh Manocha (University of Sydney) researched the effectiveness of different approaches to management education designed to encourage socially responsible behavior (SRB). They worked with four companies. What they found might
Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) conducted an extensive scientific literature review that revealed a ‘growing body of scientific evidence that indicates that kindness has the power to heal.’ Below is an excerpt from the Huffington