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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cynthia Kane. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cynthia Kane, often where they are interviewed.

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13 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cynthia Kane. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cynthia Kane, often where they are interviewed.

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93 - Deep Dive: Listening, Learning and Mindfulness — with Cynthia Kane

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In this episode of Deep Dive, Chris talks with mindfulness instructor, Cynthia Kane, about how to process your feelings and find the right language to clearly express them. Easer said than done of course, but the stories and techniques Cynthia shares will help.

If you’re in your head too much and struggle with how to make sense of your thoughts and feelings, this discussion might help.

This episode is sponsored by Framer - framer.com/thefutur

Aug 03 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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Cynthia Kane on How Intentional Communication Enhances Your Quality of Life

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Live from the Live Better recording studio! Bret and Jason are here this week with Cynthia Kane, certified meditation and mindfulness instructor, Founder of the Kane Intentional Communication Institute and best selling  author of How To Meditate Like a Buddhist,  How To Communicate Like A Buddhist and Talk To Yourself Like A Buddhist

In this episode we breakdown the secrets to:

  1. Purposeful, helpful and concise communication 
  2. Speaking to others in an honest, kind and helpful way
  3. Changing your communication to lead a more empowered life
  4. What your own meditation practice says about you
  5. Listening and reflecting on the way you interact with others

Listen in as Bret and Jason discuss with Cynthia Kane how she made it her life’s purpose to help you change how you communicate with yourself, others, and your environment to enhance the quality of your relationships – your life.

Connect with Cynthia Kane on Instagram and by taking her FREE online masterclass:

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May 26 2020 · 58mins
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#54: Choosing the Right Meditation Type with Cynthia Kane

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Which meditation type is best for you? In this video, the author of 'How to Meditate Like a Buddhist' Cynthia Kane shares ways to figure out which meditation style is the right one for you. You'll learn whether meditation can help anxiety, what meditation does, where to start with meditation, why meditation is important, and why meditation is good for you. Additionally, she'll answer questions such as how long to meditate and when to meditate. By the end of the interview, you'll have quick ways to meditate for anxiety as well as for a general feeling of wellness. www.georgelizos.com
Apr 19 2020 · 22mins
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Cynthia Kane #661

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This is a wonderful conversation on the nature of Buddhism and the practice of meditation with well-known teacher Cynthia Kane. She is the founder of the Kane Intentional Communication Institute, LLC, a certified meditation and mindfulness instructor and author of the upcoming book, How To Meditate Like a Buddhist. We also talk about past lives, healing, recovering from trauma, and so much more. Cynthia is a wonderful source of wisdom and clarity.

Link to Cynthia’s free online masterclass:

In Her Own Words…

Tell me if this scenario sounds familiar to you:

You feel like you’re a great communicator in certain areas of your life and not others. Maybe at work you’re more open and less defensive or argumentative than when you are at home. Or it could be at home it’s easier for you to say what you mean and ask for what you need than at the office. And while one area of your life is thriving the other is frustrating, difficult, and making you feel like a bad person.

Or what about this one:

You feel stuck in your interactions with others. Having the same conversations again and again and not coming away with any new outcome. There’s an overall feeling of helplessness to some of your relationships and not knowing how to or if you can make things better. There’s a sense of overwhelm that makes it difficult to understand the situation – so a lot of what comes out of your mouth feels rushed. How do you switch gears?

No matter what the scenario, the words that have you shaking your head and making it hard to get a good nights rest go something like:

  • I need to stop jumping to conclusions and reacting so quickly.
  • I need to stop being mean to the people I love.
  • I need to not be so defensive and argumentative.
  • I want to be so easy going and instead I do the opposite.
  • I need to be able to handle difficult conversations without screaming or shutting down.

The awesome news is that through my books, courses, blog and newsletter you’ll learn practical tips to start helping you communicate in the best way possible, and also lots of questions to get you thinking about the world differently.

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Apr 07 2020 · 30mins
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Master Your Inner Game Through Meditation with Cynthia Kane

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In this episode, Emily is joined by certified meditation + mindfulness instructor, and founder of the Kane Intentional Communication Institute, Cynthia Kane! The two discuss Cynthia's heart-breaking journey to mindfulness + meditation, how mindful practices can support us in improving our communication with others (and ourselves), and how to successfully and compassionately navigate even the most challenging conversations. They also discuss Cynthia's new book, How to Meditate Like A Buddhist!

Mar 30 2020 · 42mins
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Gold with Jeanette Schneider Episode 62: Communicate Like A Buddhist with Cynthia Kane

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Cynthia Kane's personal philosophy surrounding communication is based off the Buddhist principles of Right Speech: Tell the truth, Don't exaggerate, Don't gossip, Use helpful language. She believes a mix of non-violent communication, mindful communication and what she calls self-responsible communication help you and others suffer less.
Cynthia is a certified meditation and mindfulness instructor and the founder of the Kane Intentional Communication Institute, LLC. She is the author of How to Communicate Like a Buddhist (Hierophant Publishing, April 2016), Talk to Yourself Like a Buddhist (Hierophant Publishing, April 2018), and the upcoming book, How To Meditate Like A Buddhist (Hierophant Publishing, April 2020).
Mar 03 2020 · 42mins
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131: Meditate Like A Buddhist with Cynthia Kane

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Mar 03 2020 · 46mins
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290: Communicating & Talking To Yourself Like a Buddhist with Cynthia Kane

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In this off topic episode, Jason Hartman talks with Cynthia Kane, author of How to Communicate Like a Buddhist, as well as Talk To Yourself Like a Buddhist, about how we should be communicating with ourself and with others. Too often we say things hurtful to ourselves and our loved ones which we don't even realize until it's too late. Cynthia explains the elements of right speech that will point us in the right direction, as well as the importance of silence.

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] How does communicating like a Buddhist help you?

[6:20] The importance of "Mindful Listening"

[8:49] How we can use silence in a positive way

[16:24] How do you talk to YOURSELF as a Buddhist?

[20:28] You need to pump yourself up with self talk a little bit

[22:18] The importance of questioning

Website:

www.CynthiaKane.com

www.JasonHartman.com

Aug 23 2019 · 25mins
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172 Intentional Communication with Cynthia Kane

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Hello Well Women!

My guest today is Cynthia Kane who teaches men and women to change the way they communicate so they feel confident and connected in their interactions. She is the founder of the Kane Intentional Communication Institute and the bestselling author of How to Communicate Like a Buddhist and Talk to Yourself Like a Buddhist. She has taught over 30,000 people how to speak consciously, compassionately, clearly, and concisely.

On the show today, we talk about:
• How to communicate in a more honest way for men and women
• The power communication has in our lives and relationships
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• How to communicate like a Buddhist

You can find all the info and links mentioned today at
www.wellwomanlife.com/172show

You can also continue the conversation in the Well Woman Life community group at wellwomanlife.com/facebook

Whether you’re just starting your journey or you’ve been on it for months or even years, the Well Woman Jumpstart is a great place to begin. Jumpstart your Well Woman Life at wellwomanlife.com/jumpstart

The Well Woman Show is thankful for the support from Natural Awakenings Magazine in New Mexico and High Desert Yoga in Albuquerque

The post 172 Intentional Communication with Cynthia Kane appeared first on Well Woman Life.

Jul 24 2019 · 30mins
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120: Communicate & Talk Like a Buddhist with Cynthia Kane

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Jason Hartman talks with Cynthia Kane, author of How to Communicate Like a Buddhist, as well as Talk To Yourself Like a Buddhist, about how we should be communicating with ourself and with others. Too often we say things hurtful to ourselves and our loved ones which we don't even realize until it's too late. Cynthia explains the elements of right speech that will point us in the right direction, as well as the importance of silence.

Key Takeaways:

[2:33] How does communicating like a Buddhist help you?

[6:22] The importance of "Mindful Listening"

[8:52] How we can use silence in a positive way

[16:26] How do you talk to YOURSELF as a Buddhist?

[20:31] You need to pump yourself up with self talk a little bit

[22:21] The importance of questioning

Website:

www.CynthiaKane.com

Jun 23 2019 · 25mins
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