Feb 1, 2022
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
Some misconceptions you’ve heard about meditation.
What type of meditation may be best for you, and how to get started.
How meditation declutters the mind, and helps you tune in to your emotions and what you need!
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When many people think of meditation, they often picture someone sitting on the floor, pointer fingers connected to thumbs, chanting OM. Of course this is one way to meditate, but there are so many others you can choose from to find what works best for YOU! Just like exercising your muscles, meditation is a way to exercise your mind, tune in to what you are feeling and what you need. Another great way of thinking about meditation is tidying up your mind and taking out the mental clutter that piles up. Whether you have tried meditation or not, this episode is an opportunity to tune in to what type of meditation feels best for you right now, and mark time on your schedule to meditate before you finish listening to this episode! This is part 1: the basics, the misconceptions, and the benefits YOU will receive through meditation. Keep an eye out for Part 2 when we dive deeper, set intentions, and take action!
02:40 What if meditation isn’t “my thing” or I don’t know if it will really benefit me?
05:15 Brian’s experience with anxiety and having his first panic attack.
09:00 Have you heard this misconception about meditation?
13:00 Meditation isn’t about silencing your mind, it’s about listening to it.
14:15 Different types of meditation.
17:00 The power of the language you use around emotions, rather than labeling yourself with them.
19:40 What is the benefit of becoming more self aware?
24:00 Being self aware can help you be intentional in your life, and your daily experiences.
26:15 How can I start my own meditation practice?