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.
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We all have things we wished we didn't do. Perhaps we overeat, or drink too much, smoke or look at too much social media. In today's podcast, I discuss a client's question about how to give up compulsive behaviour.
One of my students had a big blow-up with his wife. He came to me to tell me his story of what had happened. I encouraged him to understand that he can overcome the problems he is making for himself and see things from a wider perspective.
A study has just shown that 40% of people are struggling to get to sleep during this pandemic. Rest is a vital factor in mental wellness. In today’s podcast, I discuss some ways that you can support yourself with sleep.
Sometimes I just wish I could turn my mind off and have a holiday from it. Often we are at the mercy of our minds that even when we find that the teachings strike a chord inside us, and move us more than anything we have ever experienced, still we hold back.
Love is a word that we use quite freely. However, most of us are unaware that the way we love is more like a business contract than love. If we want to be happier, looking at our habits in love can be liberating.
Sometimes when we are suffering, it is all we can think about. However, through working with our minds differently, we can alleviate some of this suffering. In today's podcast, with the example of some New Zealand rabbits, I show you how.
There is often an imbalance in our minds. As humans, we tend to focus on struggles and difficulties without naturally giving as much attention to what is working. By facing the world slightly differently, we can dramatically shift how we manage the times when we are suffering.
Within our friendships, trust can be complicated. We want to have friends, and people we can talk with however trusting new people in our lives is not always straightforward. In today’s podcast, I answer a question from one of my students about the issue of trust and friendships.
Slowing down is hard. There are so many ways we can distract ourselves, ways that for many of us didn’t exist when we were growing up. There is no doubt that we are becoming more and more disconnected from the ability to be with ourselves. Today I discuss this and suggest a strategy for turning this around.
Each day that we do this work, we are looking at different ways to address everyday issues. This takes courage and determination. And sometimes, it requires finding different ways of seeing things around those we love.