Last night I spoke to a friend of mine who was struggling. It reminded me that over and over again, we need to come back to the basics of self-care to help keep ourselves well. In today’s podcast, I discuss what they are. I think you’ll find this helpful to make sure you are doing them all.
Today I am going to tell you a story about a couple in New Zealand who got locked in their car for 13 hours and almost died. When you hear this story, you’ll find it hard to believe. However, we all have more in common with this couple than we realise.
Until we learn to say no to what is not right for us, it is hard for us to say yes to what is right for us. Learning how to say no is a powerful skill in creating a life you love.
If you ever feel sleepy during your meditation this podcast is for you. In response to a question from a student on how to manage getting sleepy during their practice, today, I discuss the method of open-eye meditation. I think many of you will enjoy trying this out, so have a listen.
You may be surprised by one of the most potent shifts that happens when you learn meditation. In today’s podcast, I discuss how to connect in with your own innate wisdom.
One of my students has asked me how to cope with the regret she feels about making the wrong decision. In this podcast, I explain how to live a life free of regrets.
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Many people believe that meditation is about having no thoughts. But that is not the case. In this podcast, I discuss how to work with your thoughts, so you don't take them so seriously.
Intellect is highly valued as a measure of who will be successful. However, cleverness is often an obstacle in transforming our lives.
What does it mean to be a Spiritual Warrior, and how can we become one? Facing difficulties and obstacles differently is the key. In today’s podcast, I discuss becoming one.
I am about to teach my Superpower in the coming weeks. But we all have one. In today’s episode, I discuss how to discover what it is.
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Today I am answering a question from one of my students who ruminates when things don't go the way she hopes they will. I am sure many of you have this same response to difficulties, so I think you might find this podcast interesting.
It's easy to believe that we are different from other people. We live in a culture in the West, where being unique and special are celebrated. However, this notion of separation on a fundamental level creates an environment where we can feel isolated and alone in our struggles. Today I discuss the importance of looking into at this idea of separation differently.
Discomfort is something we are trained to run away from. But what if learning how to manage discomfort made us healthier, happier and more able to handle life?
If your life is chaotic, I know why. If your life is peaceful and happy, I also understand why. In today’s episode, I explain the difference and show you how to achieve a calm and happy state of mind.
Today I interview Tami Simon, the founder of Sounds True, a multimedia company with the mission of disseminating spiritual wisdom. Tami started Sounds True at the age of 22, and after 33 years in business, it has twice been named to the Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States.
In today’s podcast, I discuss how to manage situations where we might feel that people don’t like us. Figuring this out is a game-changer.
It’s hard to know what life can look like if we learn to transform our minds. Let me give you a little insight from my own experience as I answer a question around this from one of my students.
Whether you realise it or not, you are consistently assuming what is happening in your world. Today I use the example of a Hollywood actress who I met on my morning walk to give you an idea of how easy it is to assume.
It’s a habit to judge others. However, when judgement is involved, it causes us a lot of pain. There is another way. In this podcast, I discuss why working with the judgemental mind ends up benefitting you.
Most of us are entirely unaware of how much the desire to receive the approval of others controls our behaviour. In today’s podcast, I discuss how powerful it is to reveal this desire and bring it out into the open.
We understand from science that emotions have a shelf life of 90 seconds. After this, the feeling is only kept alive by the stories we are telling to feed it. How does this work when it comes to grief? Today, we discuss grief with the 90-second rule.