Sometimes change can be unsettling. It can be easy for us to think that change happens straightforwardly. When we get unsettled by it, we might become afraid that it is not working. In today’s podcast, I discuss the process of change.
How does a mother forgive a man who killed her son? This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
What makes an amazing friendship? I have some friends in my life whose friendship means everything to me. They didn't happen by chance. In today’s podcast, I discuss what has made them so special.
Don't be fooled into thinking you are the only one who struggles. You're not. In today's podcast, I explain what this means and the power of community.
When we have negative emotions, it can be very powerful to locate them in your body and then breathe into them. But what does that actually mean? In today’s podcast, I explain.
This morning was the cremation of my friend here in Los Angeles. It reminded me of a couple of essential things. In today’s podcast, I share them.
We spend a lot of our lives looking for love and approval of others. It is such a freedom when we can shift this need, even a little. In today’s podcast, this is what I discuss.
Some years ago, I spent 33 days walking the 500 mile (800km) pilgrimage in Spain, famously known as The Camino. I learnt something very important on this journey. In today’s podcast, I explain what that insight was.
There are two ways we experience happiness: the sensory experience and the mental experience. It is essential to understand the difference and which one gives us long-lasting happiness.
I believe meditation is a superpower. That always surprises me because I have a bit of a rebellious nature. However, today I am going to explain to you how I cam not find meditation and why it has been so powerful and essential to me.
Today’s podcast is a reminder of all the basics of your meditation practice from when to practice to how to sit. This is a great podcast to listen to, to remind yourself of all the things that will support your meditation practice and why.
Each one of us has something special we contribute to the world whether we realise that or not. In today’s podcast, I discuss how we might become more aware of what that is and why asking an important question can be key to that understanding.
In today's podcast, I answer a question on the 90-second rule of working with emotions. I explain the 90-second rule in this podcast, just in case you don't know what it is.
This morning I saw the news, and again I was reminded of how we struggle when we find it hard to accept that things change. In this podcast, I explain why.
Sometimes in our meditation, we can have experiences that feel really good—the same in life. Today I discuss what these actually mean.
Yesterday I got some very sad news. For the first time in months I didn't manage the daily podcast. This is how I am dealing with the passing of my dear friend.
Anger is a tricky emotion because if we are not able to manage it, anger can cause hurt to not only other people but also to ourselves. In today’s podcast, I discuss how to work with anger.
This morning I had a call with some of my students. We spoke about everything we had learnt so far over these months of the COVID. It was beautiful to hear the different realisations, and in today’s podcast, I discuss some of their understandings and why they are so important.
I want to tell you a story today about a bird who sits on my bird feeder outside my window. This bird gives a great insight into how we often show up in the world.
I received an email from a client who is struggling, after months in compassionate confinement, to bring any life to her relationship. Today, I give some thoughts on how she might manage to turn that around.
Today I realised I needed to slow down. That’s not always easy on a Monday when there are so many things demanding my attention. However, today I will discuss how to connect in with your inner wisdom so that you can know more easily what it is that you need.
Today I tell a story about a man who was abusing his son while people walked by and why taking action in these situations is part of our practice.