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That moment when your meditation teacher says, "pay attention to your breath..." and you secretly think, "WTH does that even mean?!" and spend the meditation writing your grocery list. Today's meditation and dharma talk is all about feeling the breath. We will talk bad WiFi, Google and meditation. It's all related; I promise! Join me for the chance to finally understand what it is you are supposed to DO with the breath while you meditate... #meditatewithmeryl
 
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Today I’m speaking with Meryl Arnett who is a mama, meditation teacher, the creator of The Mindful Minute podcast, and the head of meditation for the Shoreline meditation app. Her work has been featured on CNN, Atlanta Magazine, and her podcast has been named a Top 10 meditation podcast. Meryl has been teaching corporate, private and group meditati…
 
We are who we are because of the questions we ask or the questions we do not ask. You are always one question away from a completely different life. To be guided by the questions and mental fitness practices from the best in the world, people like Kobe Bryant, Maya Angelou, Robin Williams, Stephen Hawking, Ryan Holiday, James Clear, Jane Austin, an…
 
“Of course we can always imagine more perfect conditions, how it should be ideally, how everyone else should behave. But it’s not our task to create an ideal. It’s our task to see how it is, and to learn from the world as it is. For the awakening of the heart, conditions are always good enough.” ~Ajahn Sumedo As we talk about facing the divisivenes…
 
As we explore the paradox of the deep divides of our world today and the teachings of connectedness that have existed throughout time, we use practices like this meditation to help us land right here in the present moment. Meditation is always inviting us into the reality of the present, where all opposites exist at once. "The still point of the tu…
 
Today I’m speaking with co-founder and CEO of VaynerSpeakers, Zach Nadler who has built a career helping luminaries share their stories of impact and inspiration. With his longtime client, and now partner, Gary Vaynerchuk, Zach founded VaynerSpeakers in 2018, a speakers bureau for the modern event planner. Prior to VaynerSpeakers, Zach spent over n…
 
Today’s episode kicks off a new series for me, and I've been turning this over in my mind for months {maybe years?}... exploring how our meditation practice invites us to engage with a world that feels more divided than ever. This month, on The Mindful Minute we are going to *Deal with Divisiveness* - I struggle as much as the next person with fear…
 
BIG news, y’all! This month I am celebrating 5 YEARS of podcasting?! 5 years of creating, writing and sharing meditations with you. And, this little podcast has grown to over 40,000 listeners each month! Wow. And, thank you! Thank you for listening and being a part of this community. I’ve got some big goals and some fun giveaways to help celebrate …
 
We are who we are because of the questions we ask or the questions we do not ask. You are always one question away from a completely different life. To be guided by the questions and mental fitness practices from the best in the world, people like Kobe Bryant, Maya Angelou, Robin Williams, Stephen Hawking, Ryan Holiday, James Clear, Jane Austin, an…
 
What a fun show I have in store for you today! As I very often do these days, I got an email a few months ago suggesting that I consider artist Kyle Webster as a guest for The Mindful Minute. Now, I get a lot of these emails and 99% of the time, I say ‘no thank you,’ because this show is not primarily about interviews, but occasionally one feels li…
 
This class originally aired in July 2020: According to the Yoga Sutra, meditation connects us to our inner luminosity & sorrowless joy. In modern day terms, when we talk about meditation as a tool for emotional resiliency, we are really talking about tapping into this inner luminosity. ⁠ ⁠ We won't avoid hardship and pain in our lives just because …
 
This class originally aired in July 2020 and is just as fitting today as it was then: This month, my meditation series has been focused on building emotional resilience. We are learning how to use the tools of meditation to help us not only survive tough times but more so to thrive in our daily lives. Today’s episode, the final installment of this …
 
This class originally aired in July 2020: If you’ve discovered each time you sit to meditate lately, you are overcome with feelings of discomfort {too many thoughts, too much tension or anxiety in the body, too busy, etc.} then this is the class for you. Over the last few months, as I’ve sat to meditate, I’ve noticed a literal feeling of “tangle” i…
 
We are who we are because of the questions we ask or the questions we do not ask. You are always one question away from a completely different life. To be guided by the questions and mental fitness practices from the best in the world, people like Kobe Bryant, Maya Angelou, Robin Williams, Stephen Hawking, Ryan Holiday, James Clear, Jane Austin, an…
 
As pandemics and humanitarian crises abound, I am re-releasing my July 2020 series on emotional resilience. This particular class couldn’t have come at a better time. When our hearts are breaking, our fear is overwhelming, and we feel helpless to offer help or answers, we must lean into our own discomfort without needing to fix it. We must love the…
 
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur and founder of Boss In Heels. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, Heather Monahan is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling and claim her spot in the C-suite. As a Chief Revenue Officer in Media, Heather Monahan is a Glass Ceiling Awar…
 
This class originally aired in July 2020: We can all apply specific mindfulness techniques to help us navigate these emotionally tricky times with as much emotional resiliency as possible. The goal is not to avoid hard times, but to know without doubt that you can survive these times. When we are feeling the impact of traumatic stress, one of the p…
 
We are who we are because of the questions we ask or the questions we do not ask. You are always one question away from a completely different life. To be guided by the questions and mental fitness practices from the best in the world, people like Kobe Bryant, Maya Angelou, Robin Williams, Stephen Hawking, Ryan Holiday, James Clear, Jane Austin, an…
 
Well my loves, school has started here and already we are getting covid exposure emails, the news is filled with fourth wave worries, and I’m feeling much of the familiar worry, frustration and fear that I felt last year at this time. So I’ve decided to pause some of the upcoming interviews I have planned, and instead, I’m going to re-run the serie…
 
Today’s mini meditation is one of the most popular meditations on my app - Shoreline. Take 5 minutes to try it now! “Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private pace, like a clock during a thunderstorm.” ⁠ ~Robert Louis Stevenson⁠ ⁠ There is something about the imagery of a clock in a thunde…
 
We are who we are because of the questions we ask or the questions we do not ask. You are always one question away from a completely different life. To be guided by the questions and mental fitness practices from the best in the world, people like Kobe Bryant, Maya Angelou, Robin Williams, Stephen Hawking, Ryan Holiday, James Clear, Jane Austin, an…
 
Well y'all... I was SO excited to host this conversation with my Teacher, Tracee Stanley, that I forgot to switch to my podcast microphone for recording.... So the audio might sound a bit different, but I promise the conversation is 100% worth listening to! Without doubt, if you listen to one of my episodes from 4 years ago and one today, you will …
 
This week’s mini meditation is a self-compassion break guided by Dr. Kristen Neff. It is a powerful practice that offers you the chance to access exactly what you need in this moment - tender or fierce self-compassion. You can listen to the full interview with Dr. Neff in the previous episode titled Fierce Self-Compassion. You can learn more about …
 
Kaleb Dahlgren is the former assistant captain of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team and one of thirteen survivors of the tragic bus crash. Shortly after getting out of the hospital, Kaleb began his studies at York University and joined the York Lions varsity hockey team. He is the founder of Dahlgren’s Diabeauties, a program that supports children w…
 
I am thrilled to share today’s episode with y’all - I am talking with Dr. Kristen Neff. Kristin Neff received her doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley, and is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. During Kristin’s last year of graduate school she became interested in Budd…
 
“It is only when you go too far that you discover the boundary.” This was the insight from a recent conversation I had with my partner in Shoreline meditation app, Gordon Hempton. He was applying this thought to recording sounds, and I believe it equally applies to our life experiences. What if we shifted our internal narrative from one of shaming …
 
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