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What is Real Happiness? An Interview with Sharon Salzberg


For those of you who don’t know Sharon Salzberg, she one of America’s leading mindfulness teachers and authors and has played a significant role in bringing mindfulness and the practice of lovingkindness to all of us in the Western world.

She is co-founder of one of America’s premier meditation centers, Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre Massachusetts and is the author of many books and CDs, including her classic Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness,The Kindness Handbook: A Practical Companion, and her newest release Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation: A 28-Day Program.

If you’re in Los Angeles, don’t miss Sharon at InsightLA on Saturday, February 26th from 10am – 1pm. Hope to see you there.

Today Sharon talks to us about what Real Happiness is, how she integrates compassion practices into her life, and how an everyday totally stressed out person can start moving to real happiness.

Elisha: The first question that I have is what is real happiness and how do we all get it?

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What is Real Happiness? An Interview with Sharon Salzberg

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  1. What a great interview! I love seeing this movement head to the west. For so long, giving to others and overextending ourselves was looked at as the “right” things to do. Meanwhile, we are getting sick, stressed, overworked, exhausted…the list goes on. But, by taking responsibility for ourselves and our own happiness and tune in to what it is we need, when we do those things for ourselves our health and happiness improves. And we are able to be more present, open, grounded and reliable for those we choose to spend our lives around. I’m going to check out your 28-day challenge on your website. Thanks for sharing, and I’m about to retweet! Best, Stacy @TheZenGirl

 

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