DAY 15: Dr Elise Bialylew interviews Susan Piver
- How mindfulness can help us in our relationships.
- A key mindset shift that will reduce the conflict and increase the intimacy in your relationships.
- A powerful meditation practice that can bring healing to your relationships and help you manage conflict.
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Your meditations for today
A Breath Meditation with Susan Piver (10min)
WELCOME TO WEEK 3
A huge congratulations for getting this far. It's a real testament to your commitment and prioritisation of your own self-care.
This is the week that people often find the novelty wears off, so I encourage you to really reconnect with your intention for signing up to Mindful in May.
And, of course, remember... the key to a lifelong meditation practice is to know that as a human being, you WILL fall off track, but there is always the opportunity to begin again.
So be gentle with yourself, and keep going even if you miss a day here or there.
This week, we will bring our focus to mindful relationships. You’ll be hearing from some of the world’s leading experts in the field of relationships.
Mindfulness practice helps us bring more wisdom, patience, compassion and understanding to those around us as we get better at not only taking a pause when we notice we are getting triggered by others, but also seeing the deeper reasons for their actions or attitudes that we find difficult.
As Pema Chodron, renowned meditation teacher, states…
“If we learn to open our hearts, anyone, including the people who drive us crazy, can be our teacher.”
Today you’ll hear from the wonderful Susan Piver. She shares some profoundly insightful perspectives on how we can bring mindfulness into our relationships, experience deeper intimacy and overcome the common challenges we all face in relationships.
As Ram Dass, the late spiritual teacher, famously said,
“If you think you are enlightened, go and spend a week with your family.”
stay on track