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A Mindful Pause: End of Year Reflection and Wishes

Hi mindful friends!
Maria and Jackie here from the Becoming Mindful Podcast.
As we wrap up this year, we wanted to express our heartfelt gratitude to each one of you.

For December, we’ve decided to take a little break to recharge and spend time with loved ones during the holidays.

While we’re away, why not revisit some of our past episodes? We’ve had 23 insightful conversations, including a recent inspiring interview and thoughtful book reviews. We hope these moments bring a touch of mindfulness to your year-end reflections. Wishing you all a safe and mindful holiday season!

We’ll be back on February 1st with more mindful conversations.
Until then, be well, and happy New Year!


Episode 13: Luminous Darkness – Interview With Author And Dharma Teacher Deborah Eden Tull

Hi friends. Maria and Jackie are back from break with an exciting episode. This episode, enjoy this enriching conversation with author Deborah Eden Tull about her newly released book: Luminous Darkness.

In her book, Eden inspires us to embrace the dark alongside the light as we walk our spiritual path. Join us as she shares her wisdom. 


Episode 7: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer – Book Review


Hello friends! Maria and Jackie here, returning from the holiday break with an exciting episode!

This month, we dive into the mindful practice of connecting with nature and our role in it through the beautiful book Braiding Sweetgrass. Written by Robin Wall Kimmerer, a botanist and Citizen of Potawatomi Nation, this book weaves indigenous wisdom and scientific data to illustrate how we must become mindful of our connectedness to the natural world. We both loved this book and recommended it to everyone. Thank you for this gift, Robin Wall Kimmerer.

Be well friends!