What do you do when you wake up in the morning and you just don’t feel like facing the day? This happens to all of us. Instead of wasting your day getting bogged down in the hardships there are ways to make it better no matter what is going on.
In Your Right Mind
with Monique Rhodes
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When we embark on a new endeavour, it is easy to become frustrated when things don’t happen quickly. We live in a world of instant results, and it can be hard to let go of the clock as we reach for what we want.
How can we do it differently next time when we see ourselves behaving in a way that we know is not true to our best self? Here is a really good technique.
Today I am quoting William Blake as I teach you about how to be happier.
The Supreme Court ruling has created some big feelings, no matter what side of the argument you land on. This is not a podcast on how we manage those feelings. It’s a podcast on how we manage each other.
One of the ways we can integrate our meditation practice is to eat when we eat and sleep when we sleep. What does that mean, and how can we use this to help us?
A lack of confidence can have a significant effect on our life. It can hold us back from doing things we may want to do or solving problems in our lives. However, there are ways we can nurture confidence. In today’s podcast, I will give you some insight.
Today has been a very special day here in New Zealand. I want to tell you a little about it and why it might be relevant for you.
Our minds are exhausted, and we are passively overstimulated. No wonder we are struggling with stress and anxiety. Let’s talk about boredom and what a gift it can be.
At times sorrow can overwhelm us. But as a beautiful quote from Rumi shows us, our sadness can be the garden of compassion.