Enough-ism

Enough-ism

This minimalist wants more. Enough-ism is about having enough, already. Featuring interviews and musings on meditation, yoga, and mindfulness. About the author: Yugen Bond is a metaphysics writer and reiki master who once thought meditation was boring, had both too much and nothing to wear, and didn't know how to slow down her thoughts. What a journey it's been. Time to share it with the world, especially with you. Can't get enough of Enough-ism? Visit IAmEnoughism.com and follow @IAmEnoughism on social media. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iamenoughism/support

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May 24, 2021 47 min
"The ego can motivate you and propel you toward achieving objectives, but it can also be bad in that it can make you feel like I want to be a celebrity Instagram influencer.” David Somerfleck, digital marketing executive expert, podcaster, and CEO and founder of DMS.Blue, is here to talk about the intersection of mindfulness and corporate. We also chat on how most businesses statistically will never make it, the benefits of rem...
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"Change doesn't happen from leaders or the people with the most followers. It's sometimes the people with the most anonymity who create the most change." -- Jonathan Rivera, a minimalist and conversational activist. Jonathan uses a technique called “extreme listening”. Here, he engages openly with people he disagrees with to find commonality. Jonathan brings people together who have different mindsets to sit togethe...
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"I believe that the world would be greatly enriched if people more often allowed themselves to step into their authenticity. The real you, the one you are comfortable being when you feel inspired, is the one that the world needs to see." So says empath and life coach, Julian Richard. Julian, who started meditating when he was 16, is here to discuss what it’s like being an empath and how meditation sparks compassion. If you ...

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Our thoughts become things, so be careful to pick the good ones. So says former fashion executive and Louboutin alumni turned meditation teacher, Anne V. Mühlethaler, who's here to talk about the intersection of entrepreneurship and mindfulness. We also discuss loving-kindness ("metta") meditation, the importance of developing mindfulness habits, and what brings us happiness. Says Anne, who also hosts the Out of the ...
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Dr. Grace Hameister, host of the Uncommon Medicine podcast, is here to talk about the pretty fascinating science behind binaural beats, the frequencies around earthing or grounding, why walking on the beach cures jet lag, and more. We also discuss the collective state of consciousness society is entering amidst the pandemic and how perceptions of "mindfulness" and "meditation" are changing, big time. More info from...
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This 10-minute guided meditation and ASMR experience will help quiet your mind and transition you into a restful sleep. It will also help you release negative thoughts, combat insomnia, and bring more positive, healing energy into your life. This podcast uses soft sounds and positive affirmations to help relieve stress and anxiety. --- This minimalist wants more. Enough-ism is about having enough, already. The world is experien...
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As a minimalist, I'm not "supposed" to buy things on Black Friday. But I did. Here's why the line between minimalism and consumerism is allowed to blur, and why mindful consumerism isn't always one-size-fits-all. --- This minimalist wants more. #Enoughism is about having enough, already. The world is experiencing an awakening. This podcast about mindfulness, meditation, and minimalism is your modern toolkit ...
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This is a short guided #meditation and ASMR experience for stress management. Take a long walk on the beach, meet your spirit guide, and mingle with the stars and galaxies. All in 15 minutes. This podcast episode will renew your soul. It aims to help you deal with pain, anxiety, trauma, daily stress, ongoing emotional fatigue, and negative self-talk by increasing your self-awareness and self-love. --- This minimalist wants more....
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Dr. Gail Gazelle, author of "Everyday Resilience: A Practical Guide to Build Inner Strength and Weather Life's Challenges," is a fascinating triple threat: Harvard Medical School professor, former hospice physician, and certified mindfulness teacher. I interviewed Gail to dig into one burning question I – and just maybe everyone reading these very words, no less – seem to be always searching for some kind of answer to...
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Learn about how many people, including those who aren’t minimalists by any stretch of the imagination, are experiencing their first foray into minimalism during the pandemic's new forced slowing down of society, and why I don't regret being a minimalist during COVID-19. --- This minimalist wants more. #Enoughism is about having enough, already. The world is experiencing an awakening. This is your modern mindfulness tool...
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Learn about someone who happily owns only 11 items, one Buddhist monk who was too busy meditating in isolation to realize the coronavirus had spread across the world, Eckhart Tolle’s views on the art of stillness, how to train your mind to meditate, and how to get yourself into a creative flow state. --- This minimalist wants more. #Enoughism is about having enough, already. The world is experiencing an awakening. This is your ...
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Why minimalism is a forever process, what building a capsule wardrobe really means, and why Marie Kondo’s famous question, “Does this spark joy?” is only the beginning. --- This minimalist wants more. #Enoughism is about having enough, already. The world is experiencing an awakening. This is your modern mindfulness toolkit about keeping your spirit right and your soul bright. One candle can light a fire. About the author: Yuge...
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