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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It can be challenging for us to understand that everything changes. The low becomes high, and the high becomes low. However, if we can understand this, we get insight into why we suffer and how to let go of the cycle of suffering.
My niece was telling me a few days ago that I had the words to a song wrong. Interestingly, it was her that was mistaken. However, it's easy for us to get stuck on what we think is right and what we believe is wrong.
People in our life often tell us that we need to be realistic about things. We need to be realistic about aspects of our lives like our careers, our relationships in our dreams. But what does realistic actually mean?
In a world that is so fast, it can be hard to be patient. We are being taught that we can have most things instantly. However, patience is so powerful and can teach us so much. Most of all, it can teach us how to be fearless.
There was a lot of talk this week about the supermoon. It was a once in a 40-year phenomenon. It got me thinking about how amazing it is to say something that only happens once in 40 years and the lesson that holds for us.
Most of the time, our thoughts are like a river. They flow consistently, one after the other. However, there is a gap in our thoughts. Becoming aware of that gap is a powerful way for us to work with them.
This morning I read the news. One of my friends was in an article in the NY Times. I watched my stomach tighten as I read all these stories of doom and gloom, and it made me think - can we create a world for ourselves that is not like this? The answer is yes!
We are masters of the external world. If we take a moment to think of all of the things we've created as human beings, it is extraordinary. However, this highlights the great imbalance that it's helpful for us to be aware of.
How can we manage overwhelm? What can we do when everything feels like it's more than we can cope with? Let me give you some strategies and tips that I use when I think that I've fallen into a state of overwhelm.
Sometimes, we can see events that can be difficult and not understand how we got to this place. Understanding other people's backstory and our own enables us to have more understanding and compassion in our lives.
I received an email from one of my students concerned about her growing anger and prejudice to a current event in the news. In today’s podcast, I give her some ways to work with the war in her own heart.