It’s a habit to judge others. However, when judgement is involved, it causes us a lot of pain. There is another way. In this podcast, I discuss why working with the judgemental mind ends up benefitting you.
Most of us are entirely unaware of how much the desire to receive the approval of others controls our behaviour. In today’s podcast, I discuss how powerful it is to reveal this desire and bring it out into the open.
We understand from science that emotions have a shelf life of 90 seconds. After this, the feeling is only kept alive by the stories we are telling to feed it. How does this work when it comes to grief? Today, we discuss grief with the 90-second rule.
In today’s episode, I discuss how we can find more joy in our lives. The way to this joy may be a little surprising.
"What? What do you mean? That is impossible. People hurt me all of the time?" Imagine a life where no one can hurt you. In this episode, I discuss how this is possible.
Growing up Catholic, forgiveness was complicated for me. However, as the years have passed, I have understood forgiveness differently and believe that practising it is easier than we might realise.
In this episode, I discuss the art of mindful eating and how this powerful practice can not only teach you how to bring your mindfulness practise into your daily life but how it also might lead to a shrinking waistline.
If you want to be happier, you need to change the stories you are telling. In this episode, I explain how this works and why it is so important to understand.
This weekend I was reading Alicia Key's biography. In it, she spoke of an aspiration that many of us have, an ambition we believe will bring us happiness. Today I discuss why it doesn't.
If you feel restricted in the things you can do due to COVID, have a listen to this podcast. It gives you a chance to think differently.
These days we hear a lot about resiliency. Why is it so important, and how can we cultivate it? This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
We spend a lot of our lives, blaming others for how we feel. In this podcast, I discuss how to take control of the things that others do that upset you.
Habits are deeply ingrained in us. However, when we decide we want to change them because they are not serving us anymore, it can be tricky to shift them. In today’s episode, I show you one strategy to move these habits more quickly.
It's easy to get ourselves into knots with worries. In today's episode, I discuss how our minds trick us and how we can stop this from happening.
In today’s episode, I discuss the unrealistic expectations that our society puts on us and how we can start to become aware of them.
When we are working to change and transform ourselves, it can often seem overwhelming. Last night I watched a movie that highlighted the most powerful way to change. This is what I discuss in today’s episode.
Resiliency is a bit of a catchphrase at the moment. However, if we can build it, it can make a considerable difference for us in difficult times. In this episode, I discuss how meditation increases resiliency.
We can easily get bogged down in the difficulties of our lives. However, the antidote to this is allowing small joys in our day. It creates a powerful buffer. In today’s podcast, I talk about a simple transformative practice that will bring more joy into your life.
It can be easy for us to see the differences in other people from ourselves. In this episode, I discuss a simple practice to turn that around.
How does meditation help us to work with anxious thoughts? This is what we discuss in today’s podcast.
Everyone sees the world differently. How do we manage when we come up against differences of opinion, especially when it is around heated topics? We discuss this in today’s podcast.
Sometimes we can believe that it takes a significant event in our lives for us to be able to transform ourselves. In today’s podcast, I discuss how the real opportunities for growth are right in front of you, every day.
It’s a revolutionary thought to come to understand that nothing is good or bad and that it is only our thinking that decides. This is a very important podcast where we look at how thinking is the root of our suffering and our happiness.
For some people they are really appreciating the time to slow down that we have been given. What if you’re feeling less anxiety and stress right now? This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
To make changes in our lives, we often think we have to make dramatic shifts. Today I talk about how small variations are the most powerful way to make significant changes.