The Art of Living Consciously, Simplified. A journey to living a mindful existence by choosing to live, move, breathe, love, eat, hydrate, meditate, and create consciously, in a way that will improve my quality of life. Mymindfulexistence.com
During the summer solstice, we have an opportunity to celebrate our own personal power and strength, as well as that of nature. We have the opportunity to celebrate life itself!
Here are a couple of way we can celebrate this magical time of year in a mindful manner.
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Writer/Producer: Michelle Cuello
Music By: Coma Studio
If you have ever tried meditation or mindfulness, then you will have come across Zen Buddhism. There are many similarities between these two practices, since both are about being present in the moment and experiencing life to the fullest. In this episode we'll discuss how you can feel more zen by changing or adding simple habits to your daily routine.
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Narrated by Madison Lowell
You've probably heard about the five natural senses, sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste. But did you know that there are actually.
The sixth sense is an unconscious faculty, which allows us to read other people's intentions in their facial expressions or body language. Buddhists, believe that all individuals have six senses. This includes the five senses associated with our bodies along with a sixth sense that is derive...
This short guided meditation will help control wandering thoughts when you are trying to fall asleep. Matthew shares four phrases to repeat over and over again to control these wandering thoughts and help you fall asleep.
Guided by Matthew Davis
Producer: Michelle Cuello
Music by: Nature's Eye
intuition does not denote something contrary to reason, but something outside of the province of reason, it is real and it is not in our heads and our heads can't control. There are many ways. We sabotage our own natural intuition all the time. Here are nine examples and what we can choose to do.
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Writer/Producer Michelle Cuello
Music by Coma Studio
When you listen to your intuition, you feel free to just be yourself to follow your dreams and make decisions based on how you feel inside to do anything less as true self-sabotage and life comes down to risks. We take versus regret for what we did not do.
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Producer: Michelle Cuello
Music: John Kensy Music
Being alone is not always a bad thing. You can use that time to do things you enjoy, or to focus on your goals. Some people see being alone as a gift and would give anything to have some alone time.
In this episode, we discuss some of the benefits of being alone.
It's important to remember that being alone doesn't mean being lonely; it means having the freedom to do what makes "you" happy!
So enjoy it and take advan...
2 Quick Mindful Tips to Start Practicing Today.
If you are new to mindfulness, it can be confusing and intimidating.
So how do you simplify living a mindful life? Here are some ideas:
Is it possible to feel happy and lonely at the same time? As someone who enjoys being alone, I often wonder. This week we will discuss ways to find happiness within yourself, even when you feel disconnected from others.
Marrator: Madison Lowell.
Music by: Coma Studio
Written & Produced by Michelle Cuello
This episode is a short introduction to My Mindful Existence Podcast. My Journey to living a mindful existence by choosing everyday to live, move, breathe, eat and create in a way that will improve my quality of life. New episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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