Everyone has experienced a creative block of some kind. Perhaps numerous times! Not fun. And we know that by becoming more open and expansive, we can free our creativity and let our inherent genius shine again. What if there was a writing coach that was HIGHLY SKILLED in helping you get there AND knew all the best tips and tricks as a writer/ editor? Well look no further--it's Jill Dearman!
This is an episode for anyone who dreams of doing something completely outside your comfort zone. How do you even begin? Learn from someone who is doing just that--Robin left her corporate job of 11 years to travel and build a business around traveling. Little audio delay on my end--gets better as it goes. Mindfulness lesson of the day--embracing non-judgment! Much love!
Mindfulness in cleaning and the art of reinvention! Learn all about it from a great meditation teacher, Brenton Harris.
Two of my favorite Brenton quotes from this episode:
"F it--I'm gonna figure it out. I can breathe through this. I can move into a space, be uncomfortable, and go."
"The cleanliness of a space is so integral to mindfulness."
I couldn't agree more--soak up this man's wisdom. A lot of gems here.
Amber talks about how a surprise outing on her birthday turned out to be more like a meditation "intervention." We eat some of her favorite hummus. Then Amber agrees to participate in the first-ever Your Mindful Hour "Mindfulness Coaching" segment.
Have you ever experimented with your meditation practice--creating your own special blend of meditation? Can meditation inform your art or creative process? Listen to Holly Peyton share some really great insights about life, music, and meditation. She also has a unique way of eating hummus which I enjoyed!
I learned so much from my talk with Christina. She is a true woman of faith. One of my favorite quotations from this episode was when Christina said this about the power of meditation...
"It's a lot easier to hear God's whisper when it's quiet."
When I asked Michelle how she knew if her meditation was helping her, I really liked her response:
"I track on 2 things--what is happening when I'm meditating, & then I track much more closely on what's happening in my life as a result of a deepening meditation."
I also loved this little nugget: When introducing meditation to children, she shared Susan Kaiser Greenland's wise words:
"A short time, many times."