Reclaim Your Mind - Podcast Episode

Reclaim Your Mind - Podcast Episode

Episode 45 of Season 4 of the Loving Awareness Podcast was published on 28 February 2022.

60 minutes - a 15-minute talk on what is happening in our minds and in our lives and 45 minutes of mental training followed by a summary.

Reclaim your mind!

Learn to get your attention back from the relentless news and media cycle.

This is the mental training you need to learn, and practice, to release your mind from the incessant narrative that is invading it from every device and even through our peers.

Underlying everything you view and consume online is the profit motive. Someone, somewhere wants you to believe or think or want or fear something, or someone.

You need to choose. You need to choose to free your mind from the media, from what they want you to think and what they want you to feel.

In this class, I teach a set of practices designed to help us intervene in the mind's tendency to go down a rabbit hole or be swept into a vortex of thoughts and emotions.

These are the real-life, day-to-day skills you need to practice if you want to get back your mind and your life.

From a class taught in Bromley on Saturday 26 Feb 2022. Subscribe by clicking on the green floating button below to listen to four live-streamed online classes each week.

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"You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half baked moron consuming all this trash that's being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world.
Where is that at?"
- Terence McKenna (1946 -2000)


#meditation, #resilience and #mindfulness teacher (I’ve taught about 3,000 classes). Founder of @bromleymindfulness and @themeditationcourse
London, England.