Today I answer a question about the perception that for meditation to be worthwhile it has to be difficult. You know the answer, right?
Our goal should be to attain mindfulness as often as possible throughout the day. However, even though that is your goal, that doesn't mean that everyone you spend time with in the day is going to share the same desire. Today I talk about how to experience mindfulness when you are with other people..
Today I am taking a break from talking about meditation directly. I say directly, because I am going to talk about a concept that was brought to my attention in a meditation. Quite frankly, I want to talk about beauty, but not the societal, marketing definition, but true beauty.
Some things seem to go together and some things seem like they couldn't be more opposite. You might think that is the case with meditation and professional boxing. But as I learned recently, nothing is further from the truth. In fact, my interview today with Danny O'Connor is proof positive that nothing is beyond the scope of mindfulness.
There's nothing like a nice relaxing meditation. And it's not just about the relaxation, but the connectedness. You feel purposeful and alive. And then...your bliss is disturbed by an itch on your arm or leg. Your human instinct is to scratch it, but if you bring your attention to it instead, you may find a new ways of looking at distractions.
Are you ready for the most rhetorical question of your life? Okay, here goes. How many of you have experienced a tough day? Yeah, I know. Absolutely everyone has experienced a tough day. Thankfully there is a way to take back your peace of mind with meditation. Today I talk about how meditation transforms even the most dismal day into something amazing.
There are so many personal development coaches and authors that extol the virtues of becoming fearless. I would contend that we should never disavow any emotion we experience, including fear. There is another option, and that is seeing fear, acknowledging it, and choosing to continue on with whatever worries you have. Seeing fear and choosing to continue to act. Today I talk about the four major fear that paralyze you and create stress, and I will tell you how meditation can help you work with fear.
As I get ready to embark on a silent meditation retreat in July, I thought I would see what other people have experienced with that. Today I share the experiences of Sarah Rudell Beach.
Zenon Bihun is the founder of Neomind.co. He and his team are marketing geniuses, using cutting edge technology and marketing savvy to help businesses thrive. His team specializes in social media marketing.
He does some amazing things for his clients. So where do you think he gets the inspiration to do what he does? Reading? Maybe. Hours of studying? Perhaps. As you will find out today, his greatest tool is meditation. On today's episode he and I will talk about what exactly his meditation practice is, and how it helps him tackle not just technology and marketing, but his entire life. Come listen.
If you have been meditating for a while you know the benefits that you are experiencing. You hopefully have increased your ability to focus, your kindness and compassion and your sense of peace, to name a few. How cool would it be if your kids experienced the same thing. Of course you know they can. Today an article from the Huffington Post talks about how to make that happen.