Feb 8, 2021
In this week’s edition of Tranquility du Jour, I chat with
returning guest Annie Mahon about using mindfulness to get through
a health crisis, how it's changed how she's living now, and the
lessons she learned.
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(she, they) is a white, Armenian-American, ordained
layperson in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh (2009), founder of
(2003), DC Community Yoga and
DC Yoga Week
(2005), the Pink House
(2010)—a grant-making organization supporting
the development political and social capital for marginalized
groups in the United States, moving land, wealth, and power to
historically oppressed groups, Opening
Heart Mindfulness Community
(2014), and most recently
(2018), an ongoing webinar
series grounded in mindfulness and led by those most impacted by
issues of social injustice, internal biases.
Read about Annie’s blog and other inspiration and practical
guidance on mindfulness here
Mentioned in the Podcast
Previous Tranquility du Jour Interviews
Everyday Mindfulness #341
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