There is a way to serve the world regardless of how negative your life may be now. No matter where you are at this time, a federal prison, a prison inside your mind, trapped by culture, finances, or a negative family. YOU CAN CHANGE!
Join Dr. Deb and Dr. Fleet Maul as they discuss mindfulness practices that change your life for the better every day, one day at a time.
Do not miss these highlights:
04:04 Negativity has a significant impact on your cellular structure on your immune system
07:21 Getting to know more about Dr. Maull.
11:58 How getting into federal prison became Dr. Maull’s huge wake-up call.
14:06 Seeing the tremendous suffering in the maximum security federal prison hospital, Dr. Maul realized he was there for a reason.
16:27 While in prison, Dr. Maul was involved in deep spiritual practice and service work.
18:55 How embracing radical responsibility and ownership for his circumstances brings positivity to Dr. Maul’s life in prison.
22:20 Learning to navigate human relationships in a negative and dangerous environment.
24:10 The importance of acceptance and taking ownership for self-regulation when struggling with negativities and difficulties.
29:57 We need to train ourselves to sharpen life in a way that’s going to be beneficial for ourselves and others.
34:29 Embrace everything in our life. We don’t need to reject anything in our experience or any part of ourselves, it’s our treasure.
36:56 Dr. Maul wants the people he’s working with to get the 2 principal things.
42:49 Mindfulness is a human trait, and we can increase our default level of mindfulness.
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About our Guest:
Dr. Fleet Maull, PhD and author, is a renowned growth mindset teacher who delivers his training programs and seminars around the world both in-person and online through Heart Mind Institute. He’s a meditation teacher, executive coach, seminar leader, social entrepreneur who works at the intersection of personal and social transformation.
Fleet founded the Prison Mindfulness Institute and National Prison Hospice Association, catalyzing two national movements, while serving a 14-year mandatory-minimum federal drug sentence, 1985 to 1999. Dr. Maull developed the Radical Responsibility empowerment model that embraces 100 percent ownership for each and every circumstance we face, free of blaming oneself or others.
Fleet is a Roshi (Zen master) in the international Zen Peacemaker Order and Acharya (senior Dharma teacher) in the global Shambhala meditation community. He is the author of Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live our Higher Purpose and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good in the World.
Social Media & Website: Radical Responsibility Book: www.radicalresponsibilitybook.com
Fleet’s main website: www.fleetmaull.com
Heart Mind Institute (Fleet’s courses): www.heartmind.co
Neuro-Somatic Mindfulness course: https://www.heartmind.co/nsmfoundation
Prison Mindfulness Institute (mindfulness for prisoners): www.prisonmindfulness.org
Center for Mindfulness in Public Safety (mindfulness for correctionals officers & police): www.mindfulpublicsafety.org
Engaged Mindfulness Institute (trauma-informed mindfulness teacher training): www.engagedmindfulness.org
National Prison Hospice Association (hospice care for prisoners) www.npha.org
LinkedIn Page https://www.linkedin.com/in/fleetmaull/