Destress Your Life with Meditation

Life can be so chaotic and unpredictable, and our bodies and minds endure a lot of stress.
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I think I can speak for many of us when I say that feeling calm more often would be nice. Life can be so chaotic and unpredictable, and our bodies and minds endure a lot of stress. One tool that I’ve found to be super helpful in destressing, and one that my guest today will share about, is meditation.

Madhur-Nain Webster is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the author of The Stressless Brain, a book that details the importance of building a relationship with yourself and how to do so through meditation. Meditation is one way to connect inward, feel your feelings, and prepare yourself for the day ahead.

In today’s episode, I interview Madhur-Nain on her spiritual upbringing, how meditation impacts her approach to therapy, and the gap she noticed in the self-help section that her book fills. We discuss how meditation is not a religious practice, but a therapeutic tool that helps calm the mind and therefore destress your life. If you’ve ever been curious about meditation or would like to make your practice more consistent, this episode is for you.

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What You’ll Learn:

  • What made Madhur-Nain fall in love with meditation.
  • What she considers to be the technology of meditation.
  • How Kundalini yoga differs from other types of yoga.
  • An easy breathing exercise to get you started with meditation.
  • Why it’s helpful to chant in a language other than your mother tongue.
  • Madhur-Nain’s advice for keeping stress levels low.