Point of View Podcast with Barry Boyce

Mindful Editor-In-Chief Barry Boyce takes us on a deep dive into the mindfulness movement in this Mindful Podcast series.

Voices

A Conversation on Mindfulness, Bias and Racial Justice 

It’s difficult to have a conversation about racism, privilege and fragility without things getting heated. In this Point of View Podcast, experts weigh in on the role mindfulness plays in understanding and navigating racial justice. Read More

  • Mindful Staff

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Voices

Using Mindfulness to Befriend All of Our Emotions 

Mindful Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce talks with Stephanie Domet about the power of emotions, and how we can become aware of our feelings without being overwhelmed by them. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Stephanie Domet
  • September 13, 2019
Voices

How Mindfulness Can Help us Talk About the Things That Divide Us 

Mindful editor-in-chief Barry Boyce talks with writer and editor Stephanie Domet about how mindfulness helps us deepen our caring not only for ourselves, but also for others, no matter how different from us they may seem. And, we meet the Mindful Vulgarian, and talk a little about MOMing, also known as Mouthing off Mindfully. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Stephanie Domet
  • July 16, 2019
Voices

The Power of Seeing The Whole Picture 

Point of View Podcast Episode 9: Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Editor Stephanie Domet talk about using mindfulness to slow down and see beyond our first impressions. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet and Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce
  • May 16, 2019
Voices

Mind(ful) Your Manners 

Point of View Podcast Episode 8: The essence of rudeness is not making room for others. Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Editor Stephanie Domet talk about the direct line between mindfulness and manners. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Stephanie Domet
  • February 27, 2019
Podcasts

When Mindfulness and Racism Intersect 

Point of View Podcast Episode 7: Exploring how we’re missing out on the joys of our rich human community, and how mindfulness can help us dismantle the subtle patterns and habits that separate us from each other. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce
  • March 21, 2018
Podcasts

How to Skillfully Respond to Difficulty 

Point of View Podcast Episode 6: A conversation with Patricia Rockman, director of education and clinical services for the Center for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce
  • December 15, 2017
Well-Being

The Trickiness of Happiness 

Point of View Podcast Episode 2: How pursuing happiness can derail the pursuit of mindfulness. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce
  • February 19, 2016
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Being Bored is A Gift: Here’s How to Use It 

Founding editor Barry Boyce speaks with Stephanie Domet about how adding curiosity to moments of boredom improves the quality of your perception. Read More 

  • Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Stephanie Domet
  • November 14, 2019
Voices

A Conversation on Mindfulness, Bias and Racial Justice 

It's difficult to have a conversation about racism, privilege and fragility without things getting heated. In this Point of View Podcast, experts weigh in on the role mindfulness plays in understanding and navigating racial justice. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • October 15, 2019
About the author

Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce

Barry Boyce is Founding Editor of Mindful and Mindful.org. A longtime meditation practitioner and teacher—as well as a professional writer and editor— he is the editor of and a primary contributor to The Mindfulness Revolution: Leading Psychologists, Scientists, Artists, and Meditation Teachers on the Power of Mindfulness in Daily Life. Barry also worked closely with Congressman Tim Ryan, as developmental editor, on A Mindful Nation and The Real Food Revolution. Barry serves on the board of directors of the Foundation for a Mindful Society and the Centre for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto as well as on the advisory board of Peace in Schools, in Portland, Oregon.

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