This episode of meditation for the 99% is about how meditation can help you change habits that you don’t like—but not exactly in the way you might expect.
On this episode, you’ll hear about how meditation has helped me actually relax, which is a very, very hard thing for me to do.
On this episode, you’ll hear what it actually feels like to meditate—my experience of it, at least.
On this episode, you’ll hear how our identity—who we think we are—can hold us back, and how meditation can help us move past our limiting ideas of our self.
On this episode you’ll hear about letting go, one of the most important parts of meditation practice, and why it doesn’t mean that you’re passive or a pushover.
On this episode you’ll hear about what I consider to be the most important aspect of mindfulness.
Pain is inevitable.
On this episode you’ll hear about how capitalism keeps us from fully being in the present moment, and how meditation can help.
Here’s the secret about meditation no one likes to admit: It just reminds us of something we too easily forget.
This episode is about writing, but it’s not for writers only.
It’s called “soft belly meditation,”
Something called “spiritual bypassing”
This episode is about how the rapper J. Cole seems to know more about meditation than he thinks he does. You’ll hear how he describes meditation, what makes it different than prayer, and a powerful metaphor from the Zen teacher angel Kyodo williams. . . Read more here: http://jeremymohler.blog/j-cole-knows-more-about-meditation-than-he-thinks-he-does/ Watch the interview with J.…
Concept that comes from Buddhism.
How to position your body when you sit
Researchers have found that meditation “significantly enhances the performance” of elite us special forces.