#23 Healing anxiety, healthy boundaries in relationship, and what true compassion is with Kimberly Brown
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Kimberly Brown is a woman I deeply admire. She's the executive director of the Interdependence Project (IDP) for short. It's is the only multi lineage secular Buddhist center in New York City committed to personal development and collective engagement through contemplative practice. I owe that place so much. It opened my eyes to buddhism and meditation, and living a sane and (fairly) happy and grounded life. No big deal!
I also took a yearlong teacher training there to become a certified meditation teacher. That training was with the brilliant Ethan Nichtern (founder of IDP) and I highly recommend it!
In this delightful episode Kim and I had a great time connecting on many things. She's grounded, deep, kind, and SO passionate about Buddhism and Meditation- it's inspiring. She has a background in psychotherapy and works with individuals, couples, and groups, and trains business leaders and teams to become more connected, kind, and resilient for themselves and others.
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To find out more about Kim visit her website here. And if you had any insights or "Ah-ha" moments from today's episode please share them in the comments below!
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