We hold so much wisdom inside ourselves, but because we’ve been trained to prioritize our egoic senses, much of that wisdom never manages to come to the surface.
How can we push past the noise of what our ego is telling us, so we can put more emphasis on what our conscience has to say?
Is it possible for our unconscious mind and our conscience to work together in tandem?
In this episode, Founder of The American Meditation Institute, Leonard Perlmutter shares how to tap into our conscience, so we can unlock a greater sense of health, happiness and fulfillment.
You have to base your outer reactions on inner wisdom.
Three Curiosity-Driven Takeaways
- The importance of striking a balance
How can we achieve mental flexibility, so we know when to listen to our conscience, and when our egoic senses are working in our favor?
- Why we need to create a ‘business plan’ for our lives
We pour so much of our time into planning our careers; why shouldn’t we do the same for the other areas of our lives?
- How to prioritize conscience in a culture personified by consumption
It’s impossible to live without some ‘stuff’, but how much of that is really necessary, and how much of it is keeping us from tapping into our inner happiness?
Leonard Perlmutter is the Founder and Director of The American Meditation Institute.
Author of The Heart and Science of Yoga®: AMI’s Empowering Self-Care Program for a Happy, Healthy, Joyful Life,
Leonard has an extensive background in meditation and is passionate about teaching others about the impact it makes on people’s lives.
A student of Yoga Science since 1975, Leonard is a direct disciple of mind/body medicine pioneer, Swami Rama of the Himalayas.
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