Liz and I recorded this podcast episode a while ago. We explored why when problems seem complex, it is helpful to turn inwards to experience that space that is devoid of the drama that our minds get into.
We intuitively seem to know when we need to slow down and rest but may try to override it. In the episode, Liz and Rani look at the difference between “digital” time and “nature” time and why nature is always a great teacher.
Some people say they are spiritual and others say they are not. Generally spirituality is put in the same box as having a particular religious affiliation. In the episode, we discuss spirituality as 'tuning' inwards and having a sense of that which is indescribable but manifests as presence.
Do we have a on off switch for love or is it that the 'feeling of love' comes naturally when one drops away from thinking about it and are simply present? We continue our chat on spirituality and its connection with life in this episode.
It can seem that the negativity of others can badly impact us and that we should try to either change them or cut them away from our lives. In this episode, Liz and Rani discuss this topic and share their experience of what is helpful to recognise when dealing with negativity.
In this episode, Liz and Rani talk about a different kind of listening - not active listening, selective listening, or even empathic listening. They call it listening for wellbeing. It's a different level of listening which happens naturally when we listen deeply from our heart.
In this episode, Liz and Rani talk about two types of motivational phrases commonly used – “Keep Calm and Carry On” and “Try Harder and Try Again” and why we may be spreading a message that may not be helpful.
Have you ever worked longer hours than you intend to? Have you ever caught yourself ruminating things in your head even when you are not actually at work? Join Liz and Rani for a fascinating talk on why trying to problem solve all the time can clutter and overwhelm your mind.
There is a difference between having an intellectual understanding of wellbeing and a felt experience or realisation about wellbeing. Liz and Rani talk about how the real power lies in realisation from within.
In this podcast episode, Liz and Rani talk about their experience of using self-improvement tools and strategies. They share their insights about why, contrary to popular beliefs we actually do not need to "work" on ourselves.