Please enjoy these FREE Talks from Mare Chapman. Thank you for listening!
Our habit of being busy and tending to others keeps us caught in striving. In this talk we explore how to rest in open awareness and experience being enough, just as we are. Through mindfulness we become more familiar with our natural state to know that we are always enough, despite the patriarchal conditioning.
51:42 minutes, recorded on 10 Dec 2022
We explore the habit of attachment, most especially the attachment to the idea of self, a “Me.” This talk offers specific practices to recognize when we’re clinging, so we can loosen our grip, open our heart, and find our wisdom, true self, and wise action.
33:17 minutes, Recorded on 11 Dec 2021
One of the two wisdom factors in the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path, is the understanding and clear seeing of reality. We explore the three marks of existence, the Two Truths Doctrine, and ways to practice remembering these views.
31:59 minutes, Recorded on 12 June 2021
We explore the necessity of remembering our basic goodness and interconnection, review the basics of working with our difficult emotions, and ways to bring compassion to ourselves and others.
35 minutes, Recorded on 12 Dec 2020
It takes courage, greatness of heart, to open compassionately to ourselves when we’re caught in suffering. Though we don’t like feeling vulnerable, when we can accept our state mindfully, we find our freedom, wisdom and power.
45:37 minutes, Recorded on 14 Dec 2019
We explore the wisdom of the Buddhist philosophy of the “Middle May”and three key practice questions to ask when we realize we’ve lost perspective and get caught in difficult and painful mind states.
42:24 minutes 13 Dec 2019
Learning to bring compassion to ourselves and to others when we’re caught suffering is essential for healing. It helps our heart remain open and steady with the pain, allowing us to find our wisdom and wise action.
42:17 minutes, Recorded on 15 Dec 2018
Because patriarchy conditions us to believe we’re not enough, we’ve learned habits of turning against ourselves that keep us caught in habits of self-criticism and doubt, blocking access to our open hearts and true nature. We explore how to stay connected, open, and loving towards ourselves, no matter what.
40:28 minutes, Recorded on 14 Dec. 2018
This talk explores how we can cultivate courage to remain stable when fear arises, and ways we can nourish our brave hearts so we can live more joyfully with fear as our companion.
40:45 minutes 16 Dec. 2017
Mare discusses her new book “Unshakeable Confidence the Freedom To Be Our Authentic Selves: Mindfulness for Women”(published Jan 2017). Mare talks about how she came to write the book, and how mindfulness can be used as part of the tool kit to positively impact the lives of women and their choices. They discuss the judging mind, gratitude, mental health awareness and more.
Mare’s Interview starts at 14:28 minutes
Recorded Live on 14 Feb 2017 on WORT-FM 89.9 Eight O’Clock Buzz with Michelle Naff, Tuesday Show
Unshakeable Confidence: The Power to be with Ourself to Free Ourself, with Mare Chapman
Mare talks with Shaina Conners of Global Sisterhood’s podcast In The Time of the Feminine. They discuss Mare’s research on how mindfulness can help us be aware of conditioning in a patriarchal society so women can live fully empowered, vibrant, and healthy lives.
Duration 1:06:40 Aired on 2 Feb. 2023
Unleashing Internalized Misogyny, Mindfulness for Women with guest Mare Chapman
Mare Chapman joins Jessica Warpula Schultz to discuss women’s mental health and how cultural conditioning trains women to disconnect from their authenticity. Mare shares how mindfulness can be applied to unleash internalized misogyny so women can live fully empowered lives.
52:15 minutes Aired on 19 Dec. 2021
This talk explores the landscape of fear in order to understand it more deeply and remind us how Buddhist teachings and mindfulness can help us relate to it wisely so we’re less afraid of it.
42:17 minutes, Recorded on 15 Dec 2017
Unshakeable Confidence illuminates the cultural conditioning that adversely affects nearly all women—in body, mind, and spirit. Its reframing of codependence, learned helplessness, and relationship addiction as “othering” is groundbreaking. And, most importantly, it gives all of us precise instructions for how to come back home to our essential, healthy, confident selves. Every woman needs to know and practice what’s in these pages.
With kind expertise, Mare Chapman teaches mindfulness with an eye toward gender equity, guiding the reader toward more ease, empowerment and freedom. This special book is so needed for women, especially at this time!
Highly recommended for any woman who feels stuck with insecurity.
Good medicine for tending the heart and uplifting the spirit.
Like Brené Brown, Mare Chapman offers inspiring insights on freeing the real ‘you’ who lives deep inside. Her wise words and exercises will give you the strength and courage to become your authentic self, no matter what life has thrown at you. Brilliant!