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Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind

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Kimberly Jonas Series continues on Quieting the Mind.

On this show, we will discuss:

·       The definitions of quiet and unquiet mind

·       The impact of our instant gratification, fast-paced world on mental and physical health

·       Specific benefits of quieting the mind

Kimberly Jonas is a self-employed spiritual coach and inspirational author. After acting as a project manager and art director in the corporate world for nearly 10 years, she left in 2002 to teach conscious dance, meditation, and other mindful practices. She is the founder of BodyMantra, has her own line of healing essential oils, and recently self-published three volumes of poetry. www.kimberlyjonas.com.

Today, we’re going to speak more generally on this topic – to give some context. We’ll get into specific practices and application in later episodes.

Let’s start by looking at the definition of a quiet mind?

What has caused us to become so busy-minded?

What do you think the cumulative effects are of so much busy-mindedness? Are we addicted to busyness?

What are the specific benefits of living with a more quiet mind?

We talked in a recent show about how people can “put down” the idea of needing to sleep on an idea, rather than having an instant answer.  Talk a little bit about how this notion of Quieting the Mind can get a bad rap?

I think the Quiet Mind is often associated with enlightened people or an elusive, hard-to-attain lifestyle. But that’s exactly the myth that we’re trying to dispel over the course of this series. Elaborate...

We'll have a live Q&A segment next week, when we talk about assessing the sources of busy-ness in your life.