Mindful Agility
Mindful Agility
Apr 26, 2022
Noah Rasheta: Fewer Expectations, More Success
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Our stories provide a shorthand self, which gives us focus while the stories make sense, but they put our happiness at risk. If we imagine them to be complete and permanent we are doomed to suffer. 

When we release our attachment to our stories, we create freedom. Only through our actions will we transform ourselves and our world. The stories are only decorative.

We talk with Noah Rasheta about the stories around him, as he lives a life with fewer attachments. We find out how we can avoid those attachments by doing things, but not being things.

Noah Rasheta is the host of the Secular Buddhism podcast and author of three books on Buddhism.

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Credits

  • Photo of PT Barnum and Tom Thumb, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, circa 1840.
  • The sting separator sound used in this episode is a derivative of Swing beat 120 xylophone side-chained by Casonika used under license CC BY by Daniel Greening.

Staff

  • Daniel Greening, host, agile consultant, software executive
  • Mirela Petalli, co-host, meditation guide, and neurocritical nursing instructor
  • Dan Dickson, business coach, executive and management consultant

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