Posts by Sue Schneider Ph.D.

Sue Schneider, Ph.D. is a medical anthropologist, integrative health coach, certified mindfulness instructor, and author. She has been teaching mindfulness meditation and coaching for mindful change for over a decade. Her most recent book is titled, Meeting the Moment With Kindness: How Mindfulness Can Help Us Find Calm, Stability, and an Open Heart (2023, Mantra Books). You can learn more about Sue at meetingthemoment.org.

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How to Tend to the Garden Within and Help Create a More Peaceful World

“Until we transform ourselves, we are like mobs of angry people screaming for peace. In order to move the world, we must be able to stand still in it.” ~Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche

It only happens about every ten years or so. The primal scream. It gets unleashed when things feel like too much.

But it happened recently, to the dismay of my husband who was enjoying a rare moment of quiet in the house. I had just dropped our son off to basketball practice. The soup I’d picked up for dinner spilled in the car, and the lid to the …