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From The Hive
A Contemplative Space Where Meditative Practice Meets Mindful Everyday Living
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July 11, 2018 12:01 PM PDT

From the Hive is a contemplative space where meditative practice meets mindful everyday living. This is a pocket practice with Aziza Love. If this sparks an interest check out the entire conversation on episode 23.

June 27, 2018 01:38 PM PDT

Aziza Love – aka Alexis Thompson – is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is the songstress of TRIIIBE, a group of artists exploring ideas through collaboration. For the past four years TRIIIBE has been working on performance, film and photography projects. Much of TRIIIBE's work reveal observations on identity and the politics of identity. Check them out at facebook.com/TRIIIBEworldwide

You can also check out Aziza's upcoming class here: eventbrite.com/e/soulstice-movement-meditation-tickets-46773947135

If you don't have time now to listen to everything, feel free to skip ahead to where the meditation begins at 35:00 and then come back later for the conversation.

Troy Bronsink is the founder and director of The Hive - A Center for Contemplation, Art & Action. The Hive is a nonprofit located in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati. For $30/month, a Hive member can attend classes and events. If you're interested in this for yourself or would like to sponsor someone else to become a member, you can find more information at cincyhive.org/membership

The intro and outro music is by Troy Bronsink. From the Hive is produced by Joey Taylor.

June 20, 2018 03:53 PM PDT

From the Hive is a contemplative space where meditative practice meets mindful everyday living. This is a pocket practice with Marthame Sanders.

Marthame Sanders is an Atlanta-based dad, artist, and pastor. A graduate of Yale University and the University of Chicago, Marthame has served in ministry as international mission staff, youth director, and solo pastor. aijcast (aijcast.com) is his latest project, seeking to unite his passion for faith, art, and justice. Marthame and his wife, Elizabeth, keep busy parenting their two sons, ages 7 and 11, who are awesome but—let’s be honest—kind of immature. Marthame enjoys writing music, improvising on stage, and the fact that his two sons give him cover to play with Legos®. He will tell anyone who will listen (and some who won’t) about the documentary film series he and Elizabeth produced. Unfortunately, his bragging undermines his “street cred.”

June 13, 2018 08:04 AM PDT

In partnership with Common Change (commonchange.com), The Hive has been producing Common Good Podcast. The third episode of the first season tackled the topics of sabbath and scale and, therefore, was a contribution we wanted to include on the From The Hive podcast.

Common Good Podcast (commongood.cc/podcast) is conversations at the intersection of place, belonging & remembering. The framework for the podcast is the relationship of three scholars who’s life work have shaped and informed one another. Walter Brueggemann, Peter Block and John McKnight are notable thought leaders in their own rights but at this point in there careers their work has begun to shape the others. In fact, their friendship becomes a model for how the common good shows up in local, tangible, relational ways. In the this episode, Walter, Peter and John discuss escaping the rat race and the concept of scale being based in scarcity. You can learn more about the works of Walter, Peter and John, as well as the Common Good Fellowship and the daily email at commongood.cc

It is hosted and produced by Troy Bronsink, produced by Joey Taylor and Jeff Gorman produced the music.

June 06, 2018 08:30 PM PDT

The Host of From The Hive shares a practice inspired by a recent class at The Hive, his teacher James Finley and Meister Eckhart.

May 30, 2018 09:18 AM PDT

From the Hive is a contemplative space where meditative practice meets mindful everyday living. Each episode has two parts, a conversation and a guided mediation. We are connecting you to various contemplative teachers, hearing their story, and sharing a meditative practice with them. If you don’t have time now to listen to everything, feel free to skip ahead to 25:40 where the meditation begins and then come back later to the conversation.

Maia Duerr (maiaduerr.com) is a cultural anthropologist, writer and longtime meditation practitioner. Maia is a business consultant and a Buddhist, who practices in the Soto Zen lineage of Suzuki Roshi. Troy first encountered her through her work with the Tree of Contemplative Practices (see image attached or contemplativemind.org/practices/tree), which is discussed in the interview. She lives at the intersection of entrepreneurship and awareness. Check out her newest book, Work That Matters at any major book retailer.

Troy Bronsink is the founder and director of The Hive - A Center for Contemplation, Art & Action. The Hive is a nonprofit located in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati. Our secret sauce is outfitting people to take up a daily practice through 6-8 week peer to peer groups, through events with luminaries in the Arts, Yoga, Community, Spirituality and more. Check out our website at www.cincyhive.org for more info on how to get involved.

The music is by Troy Bronsink. From the Hive is produced by Joey Taylor.

May 24, 2018 06:30 AM PDT

From the Hive is a contemplative space where meditative practice meets mindful everyday living. This is a pocket practice with Marsha Foster Boyd. If this sparks an interest check out the entire conversation on episode 22.

May 17, 2018 04:39 AM PDT

Marsha Foster Boyd, PhD, is a proven thought leader in the field of higher education. She spent 25 years as a professor, dean, accrediting officer and school president. A hallmark of her leadership is her passionate focus on bringing people together across boundaries to find new, fertile, not-so-common ground on which to build new relationships and strategies to affect growth in individuals, institutions and in our world. Check out the Bridge Collective (bridgecollective.us) to explore her most recent project.

If you don't have time now to listen to everything, feel free to skip ahead to where the meditation begins at 48:00 and then come back later for the conversation.

Troy Bronsink is the founder and director of The Hive - A Center for Contemplation, Art & Action. The Hive is a nonprofit located in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati. For $30/month, a Hive member can attend classes and events. If you're interested in this for yourself or would like to sponsor someone else to become a member, you can find more information at cincyhive.org/membership

This episode is brought to you by Family Thyme Kitchen, a mother daughter duo on a mission to bring you and your family back together around the dinner table. Heidi spent her career as a nurse, where she had first hand experience with the struggle to get dinner on the table for her busy family. Emma worked as a nanny for multiple families, and saw the same challenge. Thus, the idea of Family Thyme Kitchen was born - help working parents and busy families sit down together to eat delicious, wholesome, and healthy food. Their best-selling item is our make-your-own-mason jar salads, which make for the perfect, easy, grab-and-go lunch for you, your spouse, or even your kids! They also offer homemade soups and entrees. Best part? They deliver to your doorstep! Email info@familythymekitchen.com or visit them at facebook.com/familythymekitchen/

The intro and outro music is by Troy Bronsink. From the Hive is produced by Joey Taylor.

May 09, 2018 02:11 PM PDT

From the Hive is a contemplative space where meditative practice meets mindful everyday living. This is a pocket practice with LaWanda Thompson. If this sparks an interest check out the entire conversation on episode 21.

May 02, 2018 07:02 PM PDT

LaWanda Thompson is an award winning corporate executive. She is the Founder and President of Sustainable Outcomes LLC, a coaching, business consulting, and leadership development organization specializing in empowering leaders, teams, and companies to make long-lasting, sustainable differences in the world. Her background as a Ph.D. scientist, business leader in a Fortune 100 company, and Master Somatic Leadership Coach has uniquely shaped LaWanda’s professional career.

If you don't have time now to listen to everything, feel free to skip ahead to where the meditation begins at 42:00 and then come back later for the conversation.

Troy Bronsink is the founder and director of The Hive - A Center for Contemplation, Art & Action. The Hive is a nonprofit located in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati. After nearly 2 years of over 3,000 tickets to classes and events sold, The Hive has released its May/June classes. Go to cincyhive.org/class to check out the offerings. For $30/month, a Hive member can attend classes and events. If you're interested in this for yourself or would like to sponsor someone else to become a member, you can find more information at cincyhive.org/membership.

The intro and outro music is by Troy Bronsink. From the Hive is produced by Joey Taylor.

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