Today our episode is going to dive into finding your inner peace and really taking the time to understand and rid your side kick that likes to pop up in your head. That little guy that limits you, put your down, or talks you out of your self love.
Cheri Huber a teacher of zen is joining us from up North in California. Cheri Huber, author of 20 books, has been a student and teacher of Zen for over 35 years. In 1983, Cheri founded the Mountain View Zen Center, and in 1987 she founded the Zen Monastery Peace Center. She and the monks at the Monastery conduct workshops and retreats at these centers, other places around the U.S., and internationally. Cheri founded Living Compassion, a nonprofit organization dedicated to peace and service. They’re primary work is the Africa Vulnerable Children Project, based in Zambia, where for the last 5 years they have been began the process of turning a slum of 11,000 people into a self-sustaining community.
My Favorite Points of the Episode
You’ve been a teacher of zen for over 35 years, how did you get into this world? Was their a particular moment?
- Why do you believe this is essential to healthy living?
- What can finding this peace within do for us?
- I personally believe that in order to really maximize your life and your full potential you have to find peace within. Those that are dealing with that inner turmoil and conflict How do we go about doing that.
- 7 steps to practice integrity
Be sure to check out www.livingcompassion.org and you can also go to cherihuber.com