Who am I?

I’ll write a book someday. For now there’s this video below and a condensed version of my story, a guided meditation and bibliography here free to help you begin exploring mindfulness meditation on your own (anche in Italiano).

I first started meditating in the 1970s. Learned from a college professor doing research on its effects; then his assistant got me going in the right direction. I had great teachers and valuable experiences with traditional meditation and clinical applications in the forty years since, teaching it as part of my job as a Mental Health Worker in a psych hospital in Boston. and then training in Buddhist monasteries in the West. I came to Italy in 1990 to help set-up Santacittarama Buddhist monastery and stayed.

I have been teaching English at schools and large companies (including TV projects with RAI Edu and teaching and writing for the Italian Ministry of Education MIUR), as well as, coaching and teaching mindfulness in seminars or training courses as part of an integrated professional development program like the ones I did at Nexans USA, Tetra Pak Italy, and S4BT.

There’s a partial list of some of the other companies I’ve worked with below.

Thirty years have now passed since I first started in Italy. I split my time teaching meditation and yoga at locally and around Italy, and consulting for innovative businesses and organizations, doing language courses and developing cross-skill devlopment and HR.

I’m also exploring the on-line space for more opportunities to share.

You can find more about me here or get a copy of my book on Amazon. And you can find content on Facebook, YouTubeLinkedIn, Instagram. Reach me directly on Facebook, as johnangelori on Skype or via john@johnangelori.com. l write you when I am doing real time events, webinars, on-line guided meditations or Facebook “live.”

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Changing Your Mind on Amazon  (anche in Italiano).

page photo – Chiara D’Alonzo