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In Your Right Mind with Monique Rhodes

A daily 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 daily lessons how to reach your potential and become happier. Tune in now!
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Now displaying: September, 2020
Sep 30, 2020

Some years ago, I was having a conversation with Jacinda Arden, the current Prime Minister of New Zealand. In the last few days, she has commented that anyone can become the Prime Minister of New Zealand. Obviously, the same is true in America. It made me wonder if I was in charge of a country, what would I do? I think this is an excellent question for us to ask ourselves. 

Sep 29, 2020
What do we do when someone hurts us? How can we manage when someone has completely different views from us that we believe are harmful? It is essential to distinguish between two things: the person and their action. In today's podcast, I explore this. 

 

Sep 28, 2020

Apart from a beautiful quote from Gandhi I promise I am not going to talk politics today. I know some of you see this space as a refuge from the political madness of the world. I will instead, talk about where lasting change comes from - a place where you are in control! Now that sounds good, doesn’t it?

Sep 27, 2020

More and more people are feeling isolated as this pandemic continues. However, there is a way that we can connect that is powerful. In today’s podcast, I show you how this powerful tool.

Sep 26, 2020

There is a lot of hatred displayed to us in the world right now through politics, social media and the news. Today I reflect on this and offer a tool to counter it. 

Sep 25, 2020

When can distraction be positive in our lives? There are times when it can be the best tool in our toolkit. In today’s podcast, I explain how we can use it. 

Sep 24, 2020
Sometimes the world seems scary and hard to manage. But it is possible to turn it into your greatest ally. In today’s podcast, I discuss that possibility. 

 

Sep 23, 2020
Many people are struggling with feelings of overwhelm right now. It is no surprise. What can you do when you feel like there is too much to manage? In today’s podcast, I discuss an email from one of my students with this exact question. 

 

Sep 22, 2020

If our emotions tend to run away on us, practising equanimity can be a powerful antidote. What is equanimity, and how can we work with it?

Sep 21, 2020

We are living in a time where we are becoming more and more caught in our tribal bubbles. In today’s podcast, I discuss a powerful and simple practice to help us remember who we are. 

Sep 20, 2020
As we become more familiar with our meditation practice, one of the ways we can inspire ourselves is to practice meditating in nature. In today’s podcast, I give you some ideas as to how you can have some fun with this. 
 

 

Sep 19, 2020

As the world changes, it can be easy for us to forget the way things used to be. Today’s podcast, is a reflection on some of the rights we take for granted. 

Sep 18, 2020

If there is one thing that is true right now is that it is challenging. A lot is going on. So how can we help ourselves feel better about this situation that we find ourselves in. This is what I discuss in today’s podcast. 

Sep 17, 2020

Keeping our bodies well and healthy is more important than ever during this pandemic. For many of us, it’s been hard not to put on some extra weight. If you have and you wish you could lose that quarantine 15, I may have the answer for you. 

Here is the link

Sep 16, 2020
Mahatma Gandhi said, “I am a soldier of peace.” That sounds like the kind of army I want to be a part of. With the world in such turmoil right now how can we become more focussed on holding love at the forefront of our minds as we try to work out a way forward? 

 

Sep 15, 2020
Smoke on top of a pandemic. Confinement on top of confinement. Today I had to remind myself to go through my checklist of keeping myself well. It’s a great reminder.
 
And here is the book by Barbara Sumner that I mention in the podcast. 

Sep 14, 2020

Today I am answering a question about how not to get down on ourselves when we make a mistake. It’s so easy for us to do and yet so essential for us to address doing it differently. 

Sep 13, 2020

Why is it that some people appear to be lucky a lot? Is there a way to actively bring more luck into your life? Yes, there is, and in today’s podcast, I explain how. 

Sep 12, 2020

It’s the weekend. often our weekends are filled with activity. Do we ever truly rest in this modern world? Today I talk about the importance of deep rest. 

Sep 11, 2020

A student wrote and asked me how to manage an upset when it seems to cloud her whole day. In today’s podcast, I give you a technique to help you manage this exact situation. 

Sep 10, 2020

Today I woke to such thick smoke that it’s not possible to go outside. It’s a reminder of how each day we get to choose how we show up. 

Sep 9, 2020

It is painful when people hurt us. In today’s podcast, I answer some questions from a student of mine who needs to understand how to love and accept someone who hurt her. 

Sep 8, 2020

What can you do when there is a conflict with someone? In today’s podcast, I discuss how individuals and countries are similar in this regard, and I tell a story of an issue I resolved with someone, just in the nick of time. 

Sep 7, 2020

In The Guardian today there is the story of a young man. At 31 years old he only has a few weeks to live. He shares his reflections on life and death. 

 

Elliot Dallen and his sister

Sep 6, 2020

How do we become better people? Look around you. The great news is that your teachers are everywhere. 

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