Award-winning podcasters and personal development coaches, Shann and Ananga guide you through the wisdom teachings of Ayurveda, and practical exercises that will help you calm your mind.
PLUS a Guided Ayurvedic Meditation for finding peace in the present moment
Why How to Calm Your Fragile Mind?
The name of this course is inspired by a teaching from Ayurveda (India’s ancient science of living a long and happy life) that that mind is delicate and easily disturbed. This isn’t seen as a sign of weakness, but as an understanding that our very thinking equipment needs our support and care. And you will find teachings and techniques to help you offer that care and support and strengthen your mind in this course.
What will I learn?
- That you are so much more than your mind and your painful thoughts
- Why resisting negative thoughts causes further pain
- How you can begin releasing negative thoughts and experience greater peace
- Ayurveda's guidance on the nature of the mind and how to begin to calm it
- How to enter into a state of passive awareness where thoughts don't upset your emotions
- A simple breathing practice to steady your mind when unwanted thoughts arise
- The importance of creating space to let your mind rest
- The power of taking your first step in taming your mind
- Why your mind is like an unruly toddler and how getting firm and clear helps
- Wisdom teachings on letting thoughts ripen and fade
- An ancient practice for witnessing your thoughts and finding peace of mind
This course is brought to you by Shann & Ananga, hosts of the award-winning Anxiety Slayer™ podcast.
Overflowing with our combined experience in Life Coaching, Yoga, Ayurveda, NLP, Relaxation Hypnosis, and EFT Tapping, plus years of experience and a real passion for what we do - we share our favorite techniques, tips, and resources to help you shake yourself free from anxiety.
Give us 5 minutes and we'll give you a calmer mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
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