Playlist · by Team Himalaya
10 episodes, 5 hours 37 mins
Don't Think of the White Bear
Once a thought is in our heads, we can't suppress it and trying to only causes us misery. Dr Laurie Santos explains why our brains work in this way and hears from real people who have confronted and overcome disruptive thoughts and bad memories and found happiness in the process. For an even deeper dive into the research we talk about in the show visit happinesslab.fm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pema Chödrön: Welcoming the Unwelcome
Buddhist nun, author and a pioneer of the mindfulness movement, Pema Chödrön discusses her new book,Welcoming the Unwelcome.Pema reminds us how to connect to our basic goodness. She shares the first thing we should do when things show up for us that are uncomfortable, stressful or hopeless. Pema also addresses the recent sexual abuse allegations that rocked the Buddhist community.
Ep 192. WELCOME BACK!
Join Erica and Kelli as they welcome in a new season of the podcast, and a new season of change! Visit notanotheranxietyshow.com for more resources. Disclaimer: Hopefully you find the information in this podcast helpful, but it is not intended to replace medical advice and should not be used as such.
Bonus Episode: Reading & Self-Care w/ LeVar Burton
Kristen & Jolenta welcome actor and activist LeVar Burton (LeVar Burton Reads, Reading Rainbow, Star Trek: The Next Generation) for a conversation about reading, representation and self-care. Plus, LeVar shares what kind of self-help book he’d write! You can subscribe to Jolenta and Kristen's new show, We Love You (And So Can You) on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. We love hearing from you! CALL us at 302-49B-OOKS. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet us @jolentag, @kristenmeinzer, or @bythebookpod. And if you haven't already, please join our By The Book Facebook community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/116407428966900/?source_id=475465442806687 Want to see Kristen explain the art of podcasting in person? She'll be at the 92nd Street Y in New York on Thursday, November 14 at 7pm. https://www.92y.org/event/so-you-want-to-start-a-podcast [92y.org] To get By the Book merch, head over to PodSwag.com: https://www.podswag.com/collections/by-th...
#210: Meditation, Therapy, and "Murderous Rage", Dr. Susan Pollak
Dr. Susan Pollak found refuge in meditation at a young age, introduced to it by a family member. Describing herself as an anxious and neurotic kid, she noticed how meditation offered her some relief. Pollak has remained fascinated with meditation ever since. She earned degrees in comparative religion and psychology, becoming a psychologist, and for decades she has been integrating the practice of mediation into psychotherapy. In her new book, Self-Compassion for Parents, she explains why parents need to care for themselves first in order to provide the best care for their children. For those short on time, shes created meditation practices that take just a few minutes and she explains how even small moments of mindfulness can make a big difference. Plug Zone The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy: http://meditationandpsychotherapy.org/ Center for Mindfulness and Compassion: https://www.chacmc.org/ The Art of Now Blog: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-art-now Websi...
Breathe In Peace
This is part 2 of a 7-part Release Negative Thoughts + Emotions Meditation Series, episodes 1921-1927. For full guided meditations, give our new sip and om app a test drive for 2 weeks free. Receive access to 1,800+ fully guided meditations customized around a weekly theme. Select from over 200 series to fit your mood with a Clarity Journal and a Slow Down Guide customized for each theme. Brand new themes are introduced each week with brand new meditations offered daily. Connect with other meditators on the private Facebook group for app subscribers. All meditations are created by Mary Meckley and are her original content unless otherwise specified. Please request permission to use any of Mary's content by sending an email to Mary@sipandom.com. Resources: Music by Christopher Lloyd Clarke and Greg Keller.
379 - How to Build a Life You Really Love (feat. Shannon Ashley)
In today's episode we are going to mix it up and I am going to read to you an article written by Shannon Ashley. It's titled "How to build the life you really love." This is not my article but I am excited to share her story about how she has overcome some limiting beliefs and made progress on her goals. Join Sparkology: http://sparkology.co/tinyleaps Key Points: Choosing a good life, over an easy one Defining what a good life means to you Limiting beliefs and getting past them Creating the life you want, one baby step at a time Notable Quote: "We owe it to ourselves to step past our self limiting beliefs and take those baby steps to build the lives we love. It might seem scary, but an unfulfilled life is much scarier. " - Shannon Ashley Important Links: Original Article: ttps://medium.com/publishous/how-to-build-a-life-you-really-love-5e4db5b09e0 Shannon's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/shannonashley --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. h...
How We Adapt to Stress
Brian MacKenzie doesn’t like when people tell him to “just breathe” either. So even though he’s the founder of a (great, practical, helpful) breathing app (State), you won’t hear those words coming out of his mouth. MacKenzie, the founder of Power Speed Endurance and a performance junkie, joins chief content officer Elise Loehnen to talk about tools for dealing with stress and anxiety. He explains the difference between sympathetic and parasympathetic personalities and how we can use this knowledge to plan our day in a way that avoids burnout. He explains why we don’t make good decisions when we’re stressed out (we default to habitual responses). He convinces us of the power of breath, tells us the times and places where mouth breathing is okay, and challenges us to get through a workout with our mouths shut. Learning to control our breath, MacKenzie says, helps us run our nervous system—rather than letting it run us. (For more, see The goop Podcast hub.)
275: Outer Order, Inner Calm and Happiness With Gretchen Rubin
I’m guessing you’ve heard of Gretchen Rubin, and if not well you’re in for a treat! She is the author of several books, including the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, Happier at Home, and The Four Tendencies. We touch on all of those today and explain how these ideas …
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