Erin Easton

Host of Mindful Moments

This week we take a look at keeping our boat afloat by staying calm and steady.

If you give and continue to give, you become richer and richer all the time. Richer in terms of happiness and well-being.

Gratitude re-wires our brain, and decreases stress, depression, anger and anxiety.

We take a mindful look into why having a sense of meaning and purpose is so important to our well-being.

Stress Part 2 of 4: We explore how stress shows up in our body. 

Part 1 of 4. Stress is present in all of our lives, and is unlikely to go away anytime soon.

We look into giving ourselves time for permission to find stillness and engage in self care.

Explore the role of flexibility in our well-being. Flexilbility and openness creates strength because they allow us to work with life, rather than fight against it.

How we meet others. This past year has giving us an opprtunity for us to re-examine our approach.

Appreciate your uniqueness and trust that you are exactly who you were meant to be.

We are much more than our limitations.

Your thoughts can negatively affect your behavior.

All growth has to be built on steady, healthy roots.

Mindfully changing old habits.

Part 3 of 3: Coming back home to the body. How to identify the true needs of the body.

Part 2 of 3 in a series about being mindful of the body. Looking at the ways we neglect or turn away from the body. We live in a society that requires us to keep going even if our body is telling us to slow down.


Mindful Moments: Body I

Mar 22, 2021

Part 1 of a  3 part series about being mindful of the body. The body is connected to our spiritual, mental and emotional well-being.

Part 3 of 3  No Mud No Lotus.

Part 2 of 3 No Mud no Lotus.

This week we start a 3 part series: No Mud No Lotus.

This week we take a look at mindfully living with integrity.

Are our ideas of happiness actually causing part of our suffering?

In this episode we will talk about our beliefs and how they affect our reality. Essentialy our beliefs are what form our experience in this world.

We take a sneek peak into being mindful of our emotions, how to to be aware of them and who they turn us into.

Exploring mindful intentions as we enter into the New Year. Intentions are different than resolutions or goals, they are a deep awarness of what keeps us healthy and balanced in every moment.

Softening our opinions can help bring more peace to our lives.

Understanding the impermanent nature of thoughts can help us to have a more peaceful relationship with our mindstate.