Mind Love - Modern Mindfulness for Happiness, Health and Success
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Get curious, expand your mind and raise your consciousness! This weekly show dives into evidence-based research and raw personal stories to help you boost your happiness, health and success. Think of it like your weekly action plan toward your highest self! Join host, Melissa Monte, for inspiring interviews into modern mindfulness techniques to level up your mind, body and soul. We explore topics like developing a positive mindset, reducing stress and anxiety, connecting to your intuition, working with energy, mindful meditation, aligning with your purpose, breaking and building habits, conscious living, and more… No fluff. No BS. So let’s raise our collective conscious for the greater good… and create a badass legacy along the way. Hit subscribe for 5 karma points. Your future self will thank you. Let’s do this.Read more »
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Use Words to Create Your Reality with Conscious Communication - 039
3 days ago
Today we’re talking about how our words don’t just influence our lives, they create our realities.
We've all heard this in some forms, whether the power of affirmations, or that if we talk badly about our selves or others, we'll feel badly about them.
There have even been studies showing that people with smaller vocabularies are less able to process emotions or relate to other people... because they don't have the words to conceptualize it.
But there's an upside: With awareness, you can start to communicate consciously to create your best reality.
Our guest today is Mary Shores, the author of Conscious Communications: A Step-by-Step Guide to Harnessing the Power of Your Words to Change Your Mind, Your Choices, and Your Life.
She has spent over a decade teaching businesses and individuals how to identify their goals, create new ways of thinking, and take action to create meaningful results.
Today we will learn:
- The neuroscience of how words create our realities
- The 5 ways we express ourselves
- A few reality-changing journaling exercisesRead more »