With 8 more practical, fun and easy tips to be mindful in 2016, Part 2 of this episode is absolutely packed with mindfulness inspiration.
Learn how to go for a mindful walk, how to journal in a mindful way and experience a guided visualisation, plus much more!
A written version of "How to be Mindful in 2016" will be published soon on my website at www.rachaelkable.com/blog so you can have a reminder of all the tips I've shared.
If you enjoy this episode, I would absolutely love to read your review on iTunes! Thank you for being one of The Mindful Kind:)
Welcome to episode number 5 of The Mindful Kind podcast!
With the New Year drawing rapidly closer, I decided to create a collection of my favourite mindfulness practices for you to take into 2016. In this episode, I've chatted about eight of my mindfulness favourite practices, including how to do them and why they're useful.
From being a mindful listener, to deep breathing, to noticing sensations in your body, I've explained really simple and practical ways to bring more mindfulness into your life.
I hope you enjoy this episode! Look out for Part 2, which will go live on 31st December, with 8 more tips for your mindfulness practice in 2016!
I'm super excited to bring this episode of The Mindful Kind to you! I've been bursting to share one of my favourite mindfulness resources with you and how I use it (and how you can, too!).
Introducing a very special book, called Calm. Written by Michael Acton Smith, this book is a beautiful representation of mindfulness and a really useful tool in my mindfulness practice.
In this episode, I've chatted about my favourite activity from Calm and how just reading it is a mindfulness practice in itself!
I've got a very exciting surprise towards the end of the episode, so be sure to hang around!
P.S Just in case you need my email address, here it is: email@example.com
Episode 3 of The Mindful Kind is all about mindful eating- what it is, how to do it and why it's important!
I've also shared three tips which can help you to incorporate mindfulness into your eating rituals, as well as a simple practice to try.
Being mindful while we eat is a fantastic way to enjoy our food, connect with our bodies and tune into feelings of fullness, before we over-indulge. It can help us to make healthier food choices and truly appreciate special treats!
I really love creating these podcasts with you and if you like what you're hearing, please leave a review in iTunes, so we can keep building this wonderful community of The Mindful Kind!
STRESS AND MINDFULNESS
Welcome to the second episode of The Mindful Kind podcast! In this episode, I've dug deep to share my journey of stress and mindfulness with you.
When I was younger, stress played a huge role in my life and I found it really difficult to deal with. My relationships suffered, I felt alone and judged and even resulted in nasty tension headaches and high blood pressure.
When I learned mindfulness and started to practise it, I realised how far out of the moment I was, all the time. I was shocked to realise that I had never actually paid attention to my normal breath and how it felt!
Mindfulness has been a really amazing tool for managing stress and I hope my story can show you just one of the reasons why mindfulness has been such an important part of my life.
Towards the end of the episode, I share a beautifully simple mindfulness practice by tuning into our sense of smell.
The Mindful Kind, Episode 1.
ALL ABOUT MINDFULNESS.
This first episode of the Mindful Kind explores what mindfulness actually is and shares Rachael's insights into the beginning of her mindfulness journey. You will hear about a few of the potential benefits of introducing a mindfulness practice and how these benefits can transform your life.
Towards the end of the episode, Rachael shares an easy and effective mindfulness practice for tuning into the breath.