Staying Positive & Healthy:
Body, Mind, Spirit Discussion & Guided Meditation with Stephanie
Tuesday, 5/19/20 @8:00PM Via Zoom
How we manage our body, mind, spirit -- energy -- during this covid-19 pandemic is crucial to our health & well-being today-- and what we will create for our future. This isn't going away anytime soon.
Join Stephanie to discuss ways to stay positive & healthy in body, mind & spirit during this time. At the end of the session, she will lead a guided relaxation meditation to clear chakras & bring ease to your nervous system.
While we may feel scared, alone, anxious, powerless, angry, confused, etc, we must stay present to what is and deal honestly with life. This means finding ways every single day to stay positive and take care of our body (immune system), mind (thoughts/emotions) & spirit (energy body).
If we get lost in the negativity and neglect our health & well-being today, we will suffer now and create negative energy in the future.
Virus/illness is low vibration energy. Health is high vibration energy.
Every time we have negative thoughts, speak negative words, act out negatively, plug into people and media sources that are negative, we weaken our immune system. A weakened immune system is susceptible to illness and attracts similar low vibration energy. This is why people who have comprised immune systems are at higher risk for getting the virus.
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In this weeks Mind the Gap podcast episode Stephanie welcomes guests Kamesh Peter Iocovello and Paul Newell (bios below) in a lively conversation about what it means to access the masculine & feminine energy, and how it can bring us peace, harmony and prosperity.
During this time of uncertainty as we continue to navigate the covid pandemic, the wisdom shared here is priceless. Both Peter and Paul are honest and real in talking about dealing with everything from emotions and surrendering to feeling the need to be the providers and forcing life.
Both give incredibly timely insights (allow...lean in...patience...self-love) to support you and your loved ones navigating this gap.
>>Listen Here. Let's Go!
Kamesh Peter Iocovello is a Yoga Acharya Teacher, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Educator with over 20 years of experience in bodywork and wellness. Peter is also Co-Founder of Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary,a holistic spa and wellness center.
Contact: IG @kamesh.peter.iocovello
Paul Newell is a change agent who works with men to create what they want in their lives.
Contact: IG @newellnessguide
Challenges are part of life. We have all experienced them.
Right now some of us are facing the biggest challenges of our life.
Being home many of us have much more time in relationship. Often this brings to the surface the challenges we’ve been “too busy” to deal with...
Sometimes those challenges are with ourselves! We live alone and have to deal with ourselves. Some of us are faced with our self in relationship and also with those we live with! Whatever the case, it can feel overwhelming at times yet we have “nowhere to go”... except inward :)
These challenges/obstacles show us what we have learn and where we have to grow.
So, what if we use this time to hone skills?
What if we decide to use the challenges as a gift?
To nurture the inner garden.
To be willing to see truth.
To deepen relationships.
To experience the freedom that comes from resisting nothing?
When we are willing to embrace the obstacles as an opportunities to awaken... we slowly start to live the life of our dreams.
In this weeks podcast Stephanie talks about all of it. Tune in! Share. Discuss. Let’s go!!
When we are faced with circumstances outside of our control it may feel like an impossibility to let go.
And yet-- letting go is exactly what we must "do".
One of the ways I "trick" my mind into letting go is by asking myself the below 3 questions.
Since inner peace is a way of being many of us want to experience, this exercise works quite well.
1. Do I wish to experience inner peace or conflict?
Inner peace, of course!
Note: Some of us still like being in conflict...it provides a distraction of sorts and gives us an excuse not to take responsibility for our life. Ouch, yes. I get it. Some of us are in conflict and don't even know it. All have been true for me. It's part of the human condition at times. It's up to us to be aware and then make the choice again and again as life carries on...
2. What must I be willing to do in order to experience inner peace?
Be open to trying things that support this way of living. There are many things/ tools we can do/ use: books, meditation, a mentor, energy work, prayer, workshops, podcasts... I do all of this and then some :) The point is, I am willing to do what it takes to live a peaceful life. Over time, we may need more or less of these things/ tools based on what we are facing in life. More stressful times = more support. Make sense?
3. Who must I become to experience inner peace?
Become a student of inner peace. Know thyself. Use the tools above.
Today, right now, begin to practice: acceptance, non-judgment, non-attachment, presence, compassion... and the big one - forgiveness. These are only a few and often the ones that are most profound.
If you want support, email me here for a virtual session.
As we continue to navigate life during this covid pandemic, stress levels are very high for many.
With no “end” yet in sight, some of us are experiencing such high levels of stress and anxiety we are unable to function. We may feel the nervous system responding in fight, flight, or freeze. In some cases we are having panic attacks. If you have never had a panic attack, they can be very scary, feeling like a heart attack.
In this weeks Mind the Gap podcast episode Stephanie discusses the value of having a presence practice to help manage anxiety. She shares exactly what “to do” and how to navigate this time with as much ease as possible.
Please Listen and Share. Wishing you peace and positivity.
> LISTEN HERE.