Do you believe people can change? And, if not, why not? In this week’s podcast we get out our mental mats and uncover why we may think some people can change and not others. We will stretch our minds and consider if we have changed at all through the years. Spend just 8 minutes on your mental health and take a listen.
If you fear or dread change, this episode is for you! As a new season is upon us, I will encourage you this week to look at Autumn as the season that teaches us change can be beautiful! Whether you are a die hard lover of summer or you embrace the changing of seasons, listen and learn how to stretch your mind and look at change from a different perspective.
In this week’s Mind Yoga Quick Quotes episode we will stretch our minds and think about soul talk; deep conversations with others and how we feel after them and what is keeping us from having more. We have so many ways to communicate but yet with these forms of communication we are not often allowing our souls to connect. Listen and find out how you can have more meaningful conversations and how you can feed your soul and connect with others on a deeper level.
Are you the type of person who likes to have the last word? Do you think if you don’t, you are letting the other person get away with something? In this week’s episode I encourage you to stretch your mind and think about whether you want to waste your energy on having the last word. I’ll help you understand that not having the last word may not be a weakness but rather it is a strength that we can use to our advantage.
Do you put off making progress because you are too worried about making sure the result will be “perfect”? In this week’s podcast I talk about why we do this and I encourage you to stretch your mind and think about what your definition of perfection is. You may be surprised at what you discover about yourself and you may learn to make some progress and not worry so much about perfection.
Listen this week and learn why we do not have to wear our Superman or Wonder Woman cape all day long. We’ll stretch our minds and begin to realize how these fictional characters were not “saving the day” all day long, and how we don’t have to either. Think you have to do it all? Think again. Take 9 minutes and begin exercising your mind for optimal mental health.
Expectations—we all have them of others, but what do we expect from ourselves? When we put expectations on others, why are we often disappointed? This week we will stretch our minds and think about both the expectations we put on others and on ourselves. How can we start to expect less and be happy more? Listen and find out!
This weeks podcast looks at this quote and takes listeners through some mental exercises to understand why we do this, the time and energy we waste doing this and how to stop. Take 8 1/2 minutes for YOU and take a listen.
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.
In this week’s podcast we learn to understand how to identify the energy we and others are giving off and determine how we want to spend our energy. We encounter people and situations everyday that can either drain us or lift us up. Stretch your mind for 7 minutes and learn how you can decide when something is worth your energy, and when it is best to let it go.
“We don’t create abundance, abundance is always present. We create limitations”. Do you agree with this statement? In this weeks podcast I talk about abundance and encourage you to stretch your mind and think about this quote. Abundance is Everywhere, but why do we not realize this? Listen and explore how we can change our mindset and learn to tap into the abundance that is all around us.
“We rarely get lost taking the high road” a friend said to me recently. This quote stood out from others about taking the high road because it referred to the possibility of getting lost. I never really thought about it before, but we do get lost when we react to a situation vs responding to it. We wander away from the person we want to be or become. Give yourself the mental exercise you deserve and take a listen.
How often do you put the key to your happiness in someone else’s pocket? Most of us do this more than we realize or even care to admit. When we rely on others for our happiness we are usually frustrated and disappointed. How do we take back our key? Join me this week for some mind stretching exercises and learn how to get the key to your happiness back on your own keychain!
What’s your story? We all tell stories from our past, but is the story you telling hurting our helping you? We can rewrite our story. Yes the past is over, but we can rewrite it and make our next chapter better. Join me this week sas we stretch our minds and think about how we can do this.
We’ve all heard this expression countless times. But have you ever really thought about your words and your actions towards others? We could have the best intentions with our words but our actions may not be demonstrating this. In this week’s episode I give examples and encourage you to stretch your mind and really look within to whether your actions are reflecting your words.
This week’s quote is about the control we give to others when we are angry with them. It is totally normal to get mad at others, but when we stew in our anger, when we give our precious time discussing with others what someone said or did to anger us, we are giving them control over us. Learn how to have more peace and be in control of YOU.
HALT is an acronym that stands for Hungry, Angry, Lonely or Tired. In this week’s podcast I encourage you to stretch your mind and think about referring to this acronym before you make any decisions. If you are one of the four adjectives, or a combination of them, then HALT. Do not take action, until you take care of yourself first. An important lesson that can help us gain more clarity and lead a more peaceful life.
“We need to get along with others even though we disagree with others”. In this weeks podcast we stretch our minds and really think about why we often have a hard time doing this. Why, when others do not agree with us, do we have such a hard time accepting this fact and moving forward? Listen and learn how we can we get along with others that don’t share our viewpoint. It’s not as hard as you may think and it’s all totally up to you—you hold the Power!
How often do you spend trying to change someone else? Are you able to believe and accept the fact that the only person you can change is yourself? A friend of mine recently said “I can’t change it, I can only do my best with it” when talking about a family members personality trait. This attitude and recognition is so important if we want to lead a more peaceful life. Listen to this weeks podcast and stretch your mind to think about this and how you can bring more peace to your life by adopting this mantra when dealing with others.
"The Single Biggest Problem with Communication is the Illusion it Has Taken Place. A great quote by George Bernhard Shaw that got me thinking about our many forms of communication and how it seems with all these various options to communicate we still are lacking in communicating effectively. Listen to this weeks 5 minute episode to stretch your Mind and think about this more.