Today, I would like to offer you an opportunity to examine the three most common beliefs that hinder our mindfulness and choice awareness:
When we're suffering, we may not believe or remember that we have a choice. Every moment is a choice point that can bring about completely different results.
We tend to look for answers outside of us, instead of looking inside...
A Mindful "Attentionist" Coach is an educated and supportive mentor who transforms their own beliefs and behavior and then coaches others on how to do the same.
Today I want to share with you the 3 main attributes of a Mindful Attentionist Coach:
During my Overthinking Class, I was asked by one of the students if I ever overthink. I do!
Let me share with you 3 easy tips that I use and that should help you as well:
Attentionism is an awakened way of believing, feeling, and living. It's about taking charge of your attention and learning how to use it intentionally.
Today, I'd like to share with you three steps that can help you become an Attentionist—someone who knows the value of their attention and more importantly, who pays their attention in a way that serves them well:
Decide what is the right...
To kick off the California Lawyers Association’s first annual wellness challenge, Mitra lead a mindfulness session about navigating a new year and a new normal. Her mindfulness pillars for 2021 are awareness, presence, acceptance, and curiosity. Through a series of questions and answers with the participants, Mitra explains that when we live on autopilot, we over-plan, dwelling on the...
My peace offering for The Peace Studio:
"I went deep into inquiry of what peace truly means to me. I journaled about it, I meditated on it, and I have to say the result surprised me. I realized I feel a sense of peace when connectedness, unity, and oneness is present, and when I remember I am a cell in the body of life! I shared my findings with my gifted team at Innermap, and Jenn Godoy and...
“If you can’t change a situation, change the energy around it.”
— Mitra Manesh
Are you able to say “no” compassionately? Often, the inability to say no can lead to unhealthy and unsustainable relationships.
If you consider the many different boundaries you have for different relationships, it’s clear that there are diverse meanings...