Are you yearning to discover contentment in your life and find peace within the present moment? What if you could stop seeking and start living? That's what you can expect from our conversation today. We delve into the concept of Santosha, a state of contentment and gratitude, and how it can be achieved through self-study and understanding our own expectations. We explore how yoga's Yamas and Niyamas can offer tools that help translate the practice from the mat to our everyday lives.
In this episode, we aren’t afraid to tackle the hard-hitting topics, including the difficulties of dealing with guilt and anxiety, and the complexities of codependency. We'll also examine how our relationships, particularly those with our parents, shape our understanding of contentedness and mental health. There's a lot to unravel here, and we promise to guide you through it all, offering strategies to move beyond negative thought patterns and to develop self-worth that isn't dependent on external influences.
We’ll also take you on a journey through our conversations, discussing how they impact our comprehension of contentment, and the influence of faith in our lives. And for some lighter moments, we’ll share our recent discovery of the reactions button on Zoom and our musical preferences. It’s not all serious discussion, there’s fun and laughter too! Join us, and let’s embark on this journey of self-discovery and personal enlightenment together.