Get Deep Sleep: A Simple Technique to Wind Down

Get Deep Sleep: A Simple Technique to Wind Down

In these challenging times, many of us are constantly engaged in difficult or stressful tasks. In order to get deep sleep, it’s important to be able to shift out of your active, goal-directed state into a relaxed, winding-down state. Psychologists Colleen Carney and Rachel Mamber, authors of the audiobook “Goodnight Mind,” share a powerful technique that will help you get the deep sleep you need.

Let Go of Stress: A Guided Meditation

Let Go of Stress: A Guided Meditation

If you want to relax, let go of stress, and find a soothing sense of inner peace, we’ve got a great episode for you today. We’re sharing a guided meditation from the audiobook “Guided Meditations for Letting Go,” by Your Great Journey. This guided meditation uses relaxation, mindfulness, and visualization to you recover a sense of inner quiet and spaciousness, quiet a noisy mind and discover a tranquil inner oasis.

Anxiety Expert Dr. David Carbonell on Worry and Anxiety

Anxiety Expert Dr. David Carbonell on Worry and Anxiety

Worry convinces us there’s danger, and then tricks us into getting into fight, flight, or freeze mode — even when there is no danger. Today, Dr. David Carbonell, clinical psychologist, anxiety expert and author of the best-selling audiobook “The Worry Trick: How Your Brain Tricks You into Expecting the Worst and What You Can Do About It” shares advice on new ways to respond to chronic worry, rather than trying to eliminate it.

Jeff Foster on Grief and Loss

Jeff Foster on Grief and Loss

We all face grief and loss, but if we can turn towards it, and listen to it, it may reveal hidden gold. Spiritual teacher Jeff Foster is the author of the popular audiobook “Falling in Love with Where You Are.” He studied astrophysics at Cambridge University and holds meetings, retreats, and private sessions around the world, pointing people back to the deep acceptance in this present moment. In this excerpt from his audiobook, he shares profound insights about what can be found at the very bottom of grief and loss. We hope you’ll find comfort in his inspirational words!

Practicing Self-Compassion

Practicing Self-Compassion

Practicing self-compassion allows you to be aware, to tune in, to be mindful of your experiences, and to provide comfort and self-nurturing when you need it. According to psychotherapist Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, author of the popular audiobook “The Assertiveness Guide for Women,” neglecting self-compassion is a mistake that many of us make; but, without self-love, we won’t be able to realize our full potential as human beings.

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