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Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. In Episode 9, our final episode for Series 1 we are discussing Acceptance. Acceptance means perceiving your experience and simply acknowledging it, rather than judging it as good or bad.  Do listen to the podcast to hear more.Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 9 - Acceptance - enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 8 - Letting Go - enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. In Episode 8, our penultimate episode for Series 1 we are discussing Letting Go. How do we let go? Imagine you’re holding a tennis ball in your hands. Letting go isn’t something you do. Letting go is about stopping "the doing". To let go of something, you stop holding on to it. Do listen to the podcast to hear more. Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 7 - Gratitude. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. In Episode 7 we are discussing Gratitude. The practice of gratitude sharpens our attention for the good and the positive in our lives, which helps us appreciate things that we tend to take for granted. Build gratitude around you with small, daily, unexpected, undeserved acts of love, compassion, grace, and forgiveness.Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. In Episode 6 we are discussing Forgiveness . Many of us have experienced hurt and betrayals and choosing to forgive is a way to release the distress that comes from the memory of these incidents—but forgiveness is often a long and difficult process.The exact process of forgiveness may look different for different people, but we can all draw upon the principles shared in this episode. Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 6 - Forgiveness. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 5 - Trust. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. In Episode 5 we are discussing Trust. Trust is important in mindfulness because you can’t expect mindfulness to give instant results. You need to trust in the process for anything between a few weeks to a few months before you notice any benefits.After you trust your ability to engage in mindfulness, you develop patience, dedication, willingness and regular practice. These attributes are likely to lead to some positive outcomes and your trust will grow.Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 3 - Non-Striving. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. This we we are discussing Non-Striving. Non-striving means to TRY less and BE more. It is not a state of inaction. It does not mean that we sit and wait for life to arrive at our door. It does mean that we accept what is happening in the moment, BE present to where we are and what we doing at that moment. We hope you enjoy it.Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 3 - Non-judgment. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. This we we are discussing Non-Judgement. With the mindfulness attitude of non-judging, we start to see a more effective way of handling the stress in our lives, starting with being more aware of any automatic judgments, and then changing our relationship to our judgments a highly liberating process! We hope you enjoy it.Em & Ange
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing in Mind - this episode is a meditation practice which accompanies and complements Episode 2 - Beginners Mind. We hope you enjoy trying it outEm & AngePlease read:Meditation is considered a safe activity, especially at the beginning levels. At this level, it is mainly a practice in deep stillness, breathing and presence.If you have a history of mental illness, then please consult with your health care provider before learning meditation. This is not to say that meditation will be harmful to you, but it’s better to be on the safe side.Please be aware that we make no claim to be any kind of psychologist, therapist, counselor or medical professional. Anything we say or write should be understood as our own opinion and not an expression of professional advice or prescription. You are entirely responsible for how you choose to understand, misunderstand, use or misuse any of our writings or communications.We can accept no responsibility for any adverse affects, direct or indirect, that may result from your use of the information on this website and guided meditations or in any of our communications. Furthermore, we make no guarantees that any of the information or practices on this website and guided meditations will function in any particular way for you. By using our guided meditations, you agree that you use the information entirely at your own discretion.Listen to your body, modify what you need for yourself and most importantly don’t meditate while driving.
Welcome back to Your Wellbeing In Mind with Em & Ange. This we we are discussing Beginners Mind - the first principle of mindfulness which looks at the awareness of the moment on purpose without judgement - and what that means. We hope you enjoy it.Em & Ange
Welcome to our first Your Wellbeing In Mind podcast with Em and Ange. In this episode we will be introducing ourselves to you - and explaining what this first series will be all about including what you can expect from us as your podcast hosts. We look forward to sharing our learning and insight with you - always with your wellbeing in mind.regardsEm & Ange
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Podcast Details

Created by
Emily Gearing & Ange Richardson
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Jun 12th, 2020
Latest Episode
Aug 7th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
17
Avg. Episode Length
15 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Serial
Language
English

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