A podcast on how to work with your mind to transform your life. This show will help you overcome stress, anxiety and depression and empower you to live the happy life that you deserve.
Monique Rhodes, an internationally renowned happiness specialist and meditation expert. Her online meditation course The 10 Minute Mind, is used in over 50 colleges and universities worldwide as well as by thousands of online subscribers.
Monique teaches in bite sized lessons how to reach your potential and become happier.
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It’s almost Thanksgiving, and even though I am not from the USA, I love any excuse for gratitude. So today I have some suggestions as to how you can enhance your Thanksgiving meal with friends and family.
Happiness is not a distant treasure to be chased through life changes; it is present in the familiar and the immediate. Today I discuss how to find a sustainable, present happiness that doesn't hinge on the 'next big thing'.
Being interrupted in a conversation can be very stressful. Sometimes, we are the interrupters. And sometimes we need to interrupt. In today's podcast, I talk about how we can manage all three of these situations.
When someone we love is in emotional pain how can we support them and ensure we take care of ourselves as well? In today’s podcast, I respond to a student whose partner is struggling and taking some of his frustrations out on her.
We live in an era that constantly inundates us with unattainable standards of beauty, making it challenging to embrace and accept our natural appearance. Today, I aim to address the various factors that contribute to our difficulties in coming to terms with where our bodies are at.
The way we mentally approach challenging tasks can redefine our experience of them. By choosing to focus on the fun parts, we unlock a more enjoyable and often more successful way of working through challenges.
Embracing challenges and doing hard things fosters resilience and cultivates a strong sense of competence and self-efficacy. It’s a vital skill to learn, not only for ourselves, but also to teach our children.
In today’s podcast, I use a quote from poet and teacher June Jordan which poetically emphasizes the idea that our perspectives are deeply personal and subjective, shaped by our unique positions in life, and both diverse viewpoints can coexist validly.
Our minds constantly recreate the external world internally, providing a false sense of control. However, by stepping back and observing this inner dialogue without judgment, we can unlock deeper self-awareness and embrace the raw, unfiltered beauty of the present moment.
Why do we talk with ourselves? What is that voice in our head trying to achieve? This voice has a very specific role and if we are able to be in charge of it, this voice can change our whole experience of our lives.
I received a question from one of my students about how to work with thoughts that are related to physical illness or even grief. It’s a great question, and I hope this podcast will clarify how we can do this.