How do we work with the things that have happened in our pasts? Is it possible to overcome trauma and pain with positive thinking? In today’s podcast, I explain.
Most of the time, we underestimate our power. But what happens when we accidentally overestimate it? In today’s podcast, I answer a question from one of my students who is concerned she may have been part of someone in her life becoming ill.
Sometimes we can use these magical words I Love You a little freely. What do they really mean? In today’s podcast, I discuss how looking more closely at when we use these words can deepen our relationships with those we love.
Today I received two emails with a similar question. So I feel if there are two of you writing, then there are more of you feeling this way. I hope this helps.
One of my students has a sister who isn’t very nice to be around. We all know these people who display bad behaviour and have them in our lives in varying forms. In today’s podcast, I discuss how to manage someone misbehaving.
It is easy for us to become consumed by an imagined world of worries. In today’s podcast, I talk about how we can turn that around to looking forward in a way that serves us.
It’s hard when someone we love passes away. We can have feelings of regret and longing for their presence. In today’s podcast, I answer an email from one of my students who is struggling after the passing of her sister.
We all know that life can be challenging. However, we tend to take it all quite seriously. In today’s podcast, I make a case for letting some of that seriousness go.
When we dive deeper into our emotions, we can find a deeper understanding of ourselves and our past. They help us move beyond our thought patterns and get a better sense of what's going on in our lives. To move beyond these patterns, we need to dive deeper into our emotions and feelings. We can't move on from our past if we don't understand it. And this requires a certain level of vulnerability: being willing to feel uncomfortable in the present moment so that we can better understand why we feel the way we do and how those feelings affect us. This isn't easy; it takes time, patience, and practice. But by diving deeper into your emotions--the good ones as well as the bad ones--you'll be able to see yourself more clearly than ever before. When we are upset, or someone is upset with us, there is a quick way to get to the source of what is going on. In today’s episode, this is what I am going to teach you. We will discuss the importance of looking beyond the surface and exploring your emotions. It's not always easy, but it can make a big difference in how you feel about yourself and the others around you. Diving deep into your emotions and feelings is an important part of healing from the past. You can't move on if you don't understand how the patterns in your life were formed, and why they continue to affect the way that you act now.
Last night I had a conversation with a friend who felt her faith was being tested. Times are hard. "Where is God in this", she said? Today's podcast is my answer to her.
There is something that steals our energy that most of us are not aware of. In today’s podcast, I explain what it is and how you can quickly increase your energy in your daily life.
If we are what we think, where do difficult experiences in our lives fit into this? What about trauma in our childhood? This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
It's easy to get stuck in a rut, especially when we're comfortable. But if you want different results, you have to do things differently.
You have to be open-minded and willing to try new things. You need to be flexible enough that if something isn't working out the way you want it to or is taking longer than expected, then change course! we must look at the world with a new perspective where we can learn from our mistakes and be flexible enough to know when something is not working.
It's easy for us to get stuck in our ways. We have our routines, which may have worked well in the past, but now they no longer serve us well If we want a different result we have to do things differently. Today’s podcast is an important one to listen to.
Yesterday I was asking some of my students if there was a superpower they wished they had. Superpowers can often feel as though they are inaccessible to us. Many of them were. But many of them were superpowers they could develop. Those are the ones I am discussing in today’s podcast.
This week I was looking at pictures of rescue dogs to help my friend find a dog. In one of the photos, there was a gorgeous dog which I found out, from closer inspection, had only three legs. In today’s podcast, I discuss why the three-legged dog is so important for us in understanding how our mind works.
We live in a world where we struggle to be on our own with our distractions. In today’s podcast, I answer a question about having a busy mind.
In today’s podcast, I reply to an email from one of my students.
Today’s podcast is short and right to the essential point. Listen.
Our practice is not just for ourselves. Yes, we are hoping to become more focussed, less stressed and happier people. However, to focus just there leaves out a vital part of the path to happiness.
I was speaking at an event today for World Mental Health Day. I was asked how to manage pain. I get this question often, so I thought I would share with you, as it is fresh in my mind as I have a dental problem right now, how to work with pain a little differently.
Each night I plug my many devices, so they are recharged for the following day. We are not very good at restoring ourselves. We tend to run on drained batteries. In today’s podcast, I discuss a vital way to keep us recharged and therefore inspired.