What do you fear? In this week’s episode I talk about our fears and how we can overcome our fears when we realize they are just thoughts in our mind. We often trust our fears, when we should instead be recognizing our strengths. Get out your mental mat and learn how to leave your comfort zone and the possibilities that await you when you do. Never trust your fears, they don’t know your strength!
We all have negative thoughts that creep up into our mind at times but how can we control them better? In this week’s episode I encourage you to think about how often you allow negative thoughts into your brain and I share ways to remove them from running your day. You can be in control of your thoughts. Listen for the next seven minutes and find out how.
In this week’s podcast I ask whether anyone has ever, in the history of mankind said Life is going to be fair? We all know life is not fair; yet we all still get upset when we feel an injustice has been done on ourself or someone we care about. How do we stop letting the injustices in the world get to us? How do we find peace when things don’t appear to be fair? Take out your mental mat and listen for the next 10 minutes. Stretch your mind and build some mental muscle!
In this week’s podcast I will encourage you to stretch your mind and consider how often you worry about what others are doing. Most of us do this, but why? This week’s quote is perfect for dissecting and figuring out why. Get out your mental mat and join me in some Mind Yoga and bring more peace to your day.
Are you a worry wart? Do you spend time worrying about things you have no control over? Do you worry about not just yourself, but others too? In this week’s episode I’ll talk about worrying and how 99% of what you worry about never happens. Listen for 7 minutes, stretch your mind and learn how to have more peace in your life.
Do you worry about other people in your life a lot? Do you feel sad, mad, angry depressed when you do this? This week's quote is "A lot of what weighs you down isn't yours to carry" and I discuss why this is so important to understand. We can live a more peaceful life when we learn how to recognize when we are doing this and learn how to stop doing this.