This week’s episode is all about equanimity and emotional stability. Many people have this idea that to be emotionally stable means we have to go through the world with this detached point of view about everything – good or bad. But that couldn’t be further from the truth! True equanimity is a balanced engagement with ALL aspects of life – the good AND the bad. Listen to learn more about how we can cultivate this in our own lives through a deeper understanding of the 4 Noble Truths.
Welcome to the Rebel Buddhist™ Podcast, where I help you free your mind so you can free your life. This podcast is for the rebellious ones. The wild people. I share my stories and what I’ve learned about being a rebel soul who wants to tame her mind…but not her life. It’s led to plenty of adventures and misadventures. I’ve learned tons of tools that combine Buddhist psychology, real-world mindfulness, cognitive coaching, and modern brain science – sort of like if Buddhism and science had a love child. I want to share them with you as we walk this path together. I’m not sharing this as a dharma teacher, but as a fellow practitioner with some street cred. Welcome to my world.
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This week dive into the importance of bringing ritual and ceremony into our daily lives in the midst of modern industrialized life. We’ll emphasize why self-directed ritual and ceremony can be particularly potent. I’ll also share a bit about my own rituals and why each is so important to me, and then we’ll lay out some tips and ideas to help you get started in creating (or bringing back) your own practices for more magic, connection, and wonder in your daily life.
This week’s episode explores the common thread that we can all see throughout our lives; that piece of authenticity of our unique gift that is carried throughout everything we do. I’ll talk about the moments in my life where I followed that thread, and how I felt when I didn’t follow it. Plus we’ll explore some ways we can better connect with our unique way of loving the world – or discover it for the very first time.
This week’s episode is about taking trauma out of context – how and why we do it, and how it can affect not just ourselves, but our families and our entire culture for generations. Plus we’ll dive into what we can all do to help contextualize these traumas and begin the healing process – discovering the potential for profound personal and cultural transformation.
In this week’s Episode, we’re going to jam on how to disagree… because we humans kind of suck at it. I’ll talk about the art of disagreeing, including two great questions you can ask yourself and others when you’re involved in a disagreement. Plus, I’ll get into the importance of staying curious in all of this, and how we can use these tips to help make our interactions with other humans a little more compassionate and kind – which is something we could all use these days.
This week’s episode is a word of encouragement for those of us who are highly sensitive… and love letter for all they do for us. I’ll open up about my own experiences as a sensitive person and how I’ve learned to love and care for that part of me. Plus we’ll dive into how we can support those who are more sensitive than us, not only for their own good, but for the good of all of us.