For many of us, they are the hardest things we will ever do: to face the fear of what others think of us, to work through the inner dialogue that keeps us questioning our self-worth and perpetuating the feeling of voidness (something is missing) and to push further to the deepest reaches of spiritual practice to reunite with, and fully express, our true nature.
In this very first episode of the Zen for Everyday Life podcast I shed light on each of these challenges, talk about the common thread that ties them all together, and cover the key practices to begin working through them.
Right click the "Download Audio" button above and click "Save Link As..." to download the episode.
If you enjoyed this episode or found value in it, you can support the podcast by leaving a review or rating on iTunes. These reviews help the podcast be exposed to more people on the iTunes directory, so every bit helps. Thank you!
It's here! My very first podcast episode. I'm pretty excited (maybe a little too excited on the recording, but what can I expect?) and really look forward to this being a whole new and valuable source of insight and inspiration for people. Here it is:
- The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying blog post by Bronnie Ware
- Regrets of the Dying book on Amazon
- New regret series link (will update when it goes up)
- The acceptance stage of working through challenges with mindfulness practice: Why Compassionate Acceptance Is Key to a Healthy Mindfulness Practice (and How to Do It)
- The Shoes of Freedom
Let me know what you thought of this episode and the overall setup of the podcast itself. I'd love to hear what you think!
Thanks for listening!
Thank you so much for joining me this week. Have some feedback or a comment you'd like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below!
If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this post.
If you liked this podcast episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast to get future episode notifications straight from iTunes. Any honest reviews and ratings would be deeply appreciated! They do matter in the rankings and exposure of the podcast, and I'll be reading each and every one of them.
If you have questions, feel free to contact me here and let me know. From time to time I'll be answering reader questions on the podcast, so I'd love to hear from you.
Thank you again!
ENJOYED THIS ARTICLE?
If so, join over 10,000 people who receive weekly insights, inspiration, and wisdom for a more mindful life, plus get a free copy of my 130-page eBook, The Little Book of Mindfulness. Simply click the yellow button below and enter your name & email: