This month I am hosting Thom Walters from Zen Commuter as the Featured Practitioner. Thom is a 40-year meditator and we discuss several ways that beginners can learn to meditate.
One key takeaway is, "Any and everybody can learn to meditate." He reminds us that time spent in meditation brings a kinder more loving person to the world.
Thom shares how he sets his intentions for the day with three words. I also set my in the morning before I even get out of bed. It's a habit that includes my prayers, and three important thoughts for the day.
Setting your intentions gives you a clear mindset and sets your day up for success.
Thom interviewed me for the Zen Commuter podcast episodes 1693 (the interview) and 1692 (excerpts from Seven Mindful Questions).
Listen to my interview with Thom here on Zen Commuter.
Listen to him read an except of 7MQ also here on Zen Commuter.
Find Thom at www.Zencommuter.com or [email protected]
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Today I'm launching a new feature for 2022: Featured Practitioner of the Month.
Each month I'll be speaking with someone in my network that I love! You get to find out what they do and why they do it.
Sarah is a beam of light that shines in the darkness.
She is one of the "Reiki Girls" that I mention in Grounded in Chaos.
Listen to the interview and see why I love her so much!
You can find her at www.sarahsticklin.com where she has a free video series. I highly recommend you take advantage of it. You can also find her on Instagram @sarahsticklin where she posts the most amazing pictures.
Check out our interview and check out Sarah!
I'm very thankful that I began my mindfulness journey quite some time ago. My book, "Grounded in Chaos" is my journey through a major upheaval in my life and will be published on May 4th. I'll be reaching out to get launch team members soon. But the point is that I lived through the biggest challenge of my life and came out on the other side changed, different, better. Much better. While you are in the middle of it, you can't make sense of all the changes, but meditation helped me keep perspective.
These are indeed strange times. So many people are stepping up to help in the way that they can. Staying balanced and centered when the whole world is changing, literally, is a challenge. I accept that and I am compelled to help.
I'm throwing my hat in the ring to lead meditations, and I have options for you.
Here is the link to join me in learning to meditate every Friday in April, at 8:00 am eastern.
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For the next three Fridays, I'm teaching a live...