The mojo Radio Show Ep 132 - Leading a richer, more fulfilled life with Buddhist Monk Timber Hawkeye.

Jun 05, 2017, 05:46 AM

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Can we really have it all, at be totally fulfilled in our lives?

Timber Hawkeye left life the corporate world and found his way to Buddhism. Buddhism is about training the mind. Can we integrate the positive attributes of Buddhism and all it has to offer into our every day business and family lives? A bestselling author of Buddhist Boot Camp & Faithfully Religionless, Timber offers a secular and non-sectarian approach to being at peace with the world within and around us. Timber’s down to earth, practical and totally accessible tips and tools will hep each of us deal with our busy, multitasking and fast pace life. This is a very special interview that will help you find your inner Buddha. Here’s what we chat with Timber about in this weeks episode.

When people ask you what you do, what do you say? Happiness doesn’t come from a zip code…. Where do you live and why do you live there? In the book Timber spoke of his Dad coming to visit and he said “Timber you don’t have anything?” If we seem to want to be living an uncomplicated life, why are we making our lives so complicated? Giving up vs making a different choice? The pursuit of happiness, what’s it about? Timber has 5 t-shirts, one pair of jeans, and a shaved head….why? "Make one decision in my life that makes all my future decisions for me” Why are we so fascinated by the Buddhist Monk? What is it about the Monks that we want most to replicate in our own lives?
Is there a difference between Buddhist teachings and Zen teachings? As a buddhist monk…. Do you ever get angry? Take me through your guide to being happy?
How being grateful has a way of turning what we have into enough. Make SIT happen. Can I meditate walking? If I am on a busy street or an airport, is it [possible to get the benefits of meditation without sitting, closing my eyes? Sam Harris talks about the mind that chatters away all day, how do we silence our minds enough to be able to get some clear thinking time? Singer songwriter Jewel wrote a book "Never Broken", Timber liked that book, what did he take from Jewel? Who are todays great philosophers that Timber is inspired by?

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