In this episode, Julie and Morgan discuss the part of you and I that is forever untouched by the chaos and disruption of this crisis.
We explore that limitless part of the self and how it can serve as a powerful point of calm grounding in the storm of our lives in this historical moment.
Then Julie leads us on a powerful guided meditation and then we take questions.
You can learn more about Julie’s work at Bija Living here.
>> Guided Meditation Only (coming soon)
Palmento Rehabs says
Great video! Thank you for sharing your expert opinion. An interesting topic about nervousness and how to find equanimity and peace in moments of anger. Meditation and yoga helped me cope with negative emotions. I only meditate for 5 minutes a day, but it worked. Within a week, I noticed that I became less irritable, not paying attention to the anger that comes from other people. I became more focused and alert. Some kind of light music is always playing in my head that does not let bad thoughts spin in my head.
Morning Upgrade says
This was a great video and reminder to breathe through the momentary situations of anger and negative emotions. It’s so easy to get caught up in the stubbed toe, terrible drivers, cancelled doctor’s appointment that we forget to realize it’s not that big of a deal. I’m alive, life is good, tomorrow is a new day, all is well. Breathe, meditate, go for a walk, and then mentally reset yourself. –Ryan
Morgan Dix says
Awesome! Thanks Ryan.
Jones Brown says
It’s a wonderful video about meditation, Meditation and yoga is the best way to relieve our mind and body.