Tag Archives: Mindfulness

Usui Reiki with Primal Enlightenment



In this episode we talk with Johanna Smith, a Certified Primal Health Coach that combines Primal with Usui Reiki energy work. We cover:

  • What is Reiki
  • What are Chakras
  • Her walk with MS

Referenced Video: Minding your mitochondria | Dr. Terry Wahls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc

Actionable Takeaways:
Open your mind – Google: Reiki and learn more
https://terrywahls.com/about-the-wahls-protocol/

If you would like to get into contact with Johanna
Website: https://www.primalenlightenment.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/primalenlightenment

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Happiness Haiku



In this show John passes along the idea of a Happiness Haiku. A Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry traditionally expressing a single feeling or impression – in this case Happiness.

He didn’t mention it but usually a Haiku and contains three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, respectively. Read more details at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku

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OMJ11 5 Rules for Minimalism and Essentialism



Today John is giving his 5 Rules for Minimalism and Essentialism

Actionable Takeaways:

Continue reading OMJ11 5 Rules for Minimalism and Essentialism


Navigating Stress through Mindfulness



Notes from Suzanne Clausen’s talk:

•Greater Good Science Center – http://greatergood.Berkley.edu

•Harvard Business Review – http://HBR.org

•Mindful.org – http://Mindful.org

•WebMD – http://www.webmd.com

•American Psychological Association – http://APA.org

•Our Mindfulness Journey on Yammer – https://www.yammer.com/cat.com/#/threads/inGroup?type=in_group&feedId=12248798

 


Moving Minimalism Mandy



Here Mandy’s experiences as she moves across the country and picks up a little of the Minimalists mindset. See how picking a house with 60% the sq ft changed her mindset.

I’m thinking that Meditation guide from last month sure came in useful


Meditation Week 1 – Lets Get Started



Let’s get started with our intro week

Reviewed 3 high-level meditation types (John’s opinion)
App Review
Our Why and some benefits to Body and Brain

We outline our plan and process

Still want to read more? Beginning a Primal Meditative Practice


Meditation Week 0 – Getting Ready



Today we are backing up a bit to add a “Pre” Week or what we will call a Week 0. We are lucky to have Suzy Clausen to add her expertise to the Meditation Guide. As we got feedback we update the process to give you a little more of an action plan to get you going…

Actionable Takeaways:
– Prep you for starting week 1
– Understand what success would be

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More info on Our Mindfulness Journey: http://omj.smallactionablehabits.com
To take our 4 week Meditation challenge: http://meditation.smallactionablehabits.com
YouTube: https://goo.gl/NDBL4G

[Published 1/8/2018 but backdated to lineup in the meditation guide]


Minimalism Tech Tuesday



Everyone embraces minimalism differently – Today is a techy Minimalist Review

If it’s worth keeping – it’s worth organizing > Moved google to mass folder files/photos relying on search

Upped the $20/20min Rule to $30/Amazon 2-day

Family experiences, not gifts > I Have fantastic auto awesome videos from Children playhouse and other experiences

Leave you with the same challenge – What one thing you can do today to leverage technology give you more time? more freedom?


What is this Minimalism



What is this minimalism? Minimalism is a tool that can assist you in finding freedom. Freedom from fear, worry, being overwhelmed, or trapped in the consumer culture we’ve built our lives around. Hear two peoples thoughts on the Minimalism movement. The lessons they learned on having a different mindset.

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