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mama. meditator. yogini. teacher.Join Meryl each week for a brief talk and meditation focused on how to live our lives more mindfully, easily, and happily.Meryl Arnett, E-RYT 500 and co-owner of Sacred Chill {West}, has been teaching in Atlanta since 2010. Her passion is introducing mindfulness in ways that are accessible to all of us. She has taught meditation to Fortune 500 companies, from the floor of Phillips Arena, at festivals across the city, and she helped create the first yoga + med ...
 
The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast gives you easy to implement tips that will improve your performance, productivity, and profits. Ken Okel engages audiences with actionable and creative solutions. Your audience will enjoy Ken's relatable approach to improving your performance at work. For more, visit www.KenOkel.com Ken Okel learned the value of high performance and productivity, when failure was not an option, during careers in TV News, hurricane relief, and professional ballet. Let Ken’s custo ...
 
Culled from over 2500 photos and 200 hours of interviews and archival footage from the past 20 years, TOWNCRAFT is a 100-minute feature documentary film that looks at the importance of local scenes in a changing music world. Unlike other towns, an underground-Rock scene emerged in Little Rock in the late 80s composed almost entirely of kids. 14-18 year-olds were booking their own shows, starting record labels, opening record stores, and playing with large national acts. TOWNCRAFT focuses on ...
 
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In many meditation teaching traditions, there is an unbroken lineage of teachers. This means that each teacher can trace back to the teacher before her all the way back to the original Guru of the lineage. And, within this unbroken lineage there is a power of transmission. The Guru energy is carried through each teacher in the lineage in its own wa…
 
Don't delay painful decisions because what's bad in your business now, likely won't get any better. But it can be tempting to hold off on making a tough call because it could make you feel uncomfortable. As a result, you're living with a problem you'd rather ignore than fix. Why should you act now and what are some examples of problems that can't w…
 
Today’s episode of The Mindful Minute explores inviting the grace of a “Guru” into your meditation practice. Now, there is a lot of misconception out there about what a Guru is or isn’t so we will explore what this actually means and how it can help your meditation practice. A Guru is a teacher who is fully enlightened, realized or awakened and has…
 
Today’s mini meditation is an invitation to give our hearts over to our meditation practice.Not to hold back or to judge, but to say yes to each and every inner experience.YES to the daydreamYES to the repetitive thoughtsYES to falling asleepYES to the blah and YES to majesty.As we trust what unfolds, the unfolding becomes more meaningful.Join me f…
 
This month’s meditation series, Giving It Up to Grace, is an exploration of 4 types of grace that can serve as tools for deepening our experiences both on the meditation cushion and in our daily lives.We started the series last week {part 1} by tapping into the mystical, cosmic forces of the universe, and using the beauty of a sunset or the majesty…
 
During challenging times, it's important to be leading with organizational agility. You want you and your team to be able to react quickly to the unexpected and not find yourself diminished by endless distractions or bad habits you've picked up along the way. Organizational agility is an ongoing process but one that can produce real results. Start …
 
The more I pay attention, the more I realize how much energy I spend trying to control every second of my life. I want things to look, feel, and behave a certain way at all times, and when it doesn’t {which is often}, it creates stress and struggle. You do too?Today’s mini meditation is a practice in releasing the control we so falsely believe we h…
 
While your school days may be over, are you ready to be tested at work? A rapidly changing world and workplace may put new demands on you and your team. Will you react well to these challenges or will you feel like a student who is unprepared for a pop quiz? Find out, as we take a trip back to the classroom in this episode of the 2 Minute Takeaway …
 
The more I pay attention, the more I realize how much energy I spend trying to control every second of my life. I want things to look, feel, and behave a certain way at all times, and when it doesn’t {which is often}, it creates stress and struggle. You do too?October’s meditation series, Giving It Up to Grace, is a lesson in releasing the control …
 
It is SO easy to intellectualize the practice of meditation. To study, to read and to learn without taking time to explore these concepts through the lens of the heart. And yet, this practice of ‘mindfulness’ is often translated to something closer to “heartfulness”.This is meant to be a tender and embodied practice. Not em-brained. Embodied. We le…
 
With every potent and powerful transition, it can be SO tempting to turn back. To pretend we didn’t see or don’t know better because it can feel easier to be miserable than to push for the breakthrough to joy.But we are born for joy. The practice isn’t teaching us to be joyful; the practice is helping us access our joy. Some days this can be hard t…
 
During busy times, do you remember to thank your employees? This simple step can boost employee engagement and help refocus your team on your goals. There are many different ways to show appreciation to your employees and one, perhaps surprisingly, involves sharing some bad news. Find out that and more in this week's edition of The 2 Minute Takeawa…
 
Smart leaders need availability because being good every once in a while, is no longer good enough. In today's ever-changing world, you need to be ready to respond to unexpected challenges at your highest level of ability. What are some of the elements of availability and how can you add these habits to your daily routine? Find out in this week's e…
 
This week’s practice is a subtle one. The last level of letting go is to let go of the thoughts, and, deeper still, to let go of identifying as the thinker. You see, we are both the one who thinks AND the one who knows that it is thinking. When we are able to let go in this way, our view, in fact our very being, becomes more expansive. Join me for …
 
This week’s practice is a subtle one. The last level of letting go is to let go of the thoughts, and, deeper still, to let go of identifying as the thinker. You see, we are both the one who thinks AND the one who knows that it is thinking.My favorite metaphor for this is to think of the road outside your house or office. Cars drive by, sometimes ma…
 
The successful business challenge sees leaders admit that past victories may not continue in the future. In order to stay competitive, they'll need to make some changes. This kind of disruption is not easy, especially if factors out of your control are demanding a dramatic response. Find out how to start this process in this week's 2 Minute Takeawa…
 
Sometimes within our meditation practice, we simply desire a story. We follow a thought that arises because it is interesting -We dissect that dream from last night.We rehearse the argument we will have with our partner later.We think through a problem at work.We write the next chapter of our novels…And, sometimes it can be SO good. The idea that a…
 
After learning how to let go of tension in the body {see part 1 of this series}, the next layer of tension we release is the tension of desire, and, oh, it can be so subtle!The tension of desire is the experience of all the things that distract our minds in meditation. This can be the more obvious desires such as, “I am hungry; I should go eat righ…
 
Stress will always exist at work but how are you at working under pressure? These are the moments that require clear thinking and fast decisions. While some are better than others at working under this kind of pressure, you can learn how to improve your response. Raise your game with several tips, in this week's 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast. Motivatio…
 
he first level of letting go within a meditation practice is the letting go of tension. As we experience anything in life, the very first level of response occurs in our bodies. We lean in to what we love. We twist away from what we dislike. We furrow our brows when something perplexes us. We tense our shoulders or our jaws when we try too hard or …
 
Within our mindfulness meditation practice, the piece that always receives primary billing is the PRACTICE itself. The effort of concentration or continually returning our mind to the object of focus - most often our breath.However, there is an equally important second aspect of the practice that we will focus on in this month’s meditation series -…
 
The Burnout Boom is seeing employees falling victim to stress caused by the ongoing complications of the coronavirus. Health concerns, working from home, and even getting a roll of toilet paper are some the new stressors that people never expected this year. While I can't fix all the challenges you're facing, I can pass on some tips that can help p…
 
If we want days that feel joyful, we must look for and call out joy. If we want days that feel peaceful, we must look for and call out peace. It isn’t about making it to the top of the mountain, the end of the trail, or through the tough time. Meditation, and life, is about living fully present and awake, and to move slowly enough to actually enjoy…
 
The poet dreams of the mountainSometimes I grow weary of the days, with all their fits and starts.I want to climb some old gray mountains, slowly, takingThe rest of my lifetime to do it, resting often, sleepingUnder the pines or, above them, on the unclothed rocks.I want to see how many stars are still in the skyThat we have smothered for years now…
 
The success trap for leaders sees you spending too much time looking back at past victories and not enough at an uncertain future. It's easy to toast your successes but it can be a crutch that keeps you from making tough decisions. Will you open your eyes to today's challenges or keep playing your greatest hits? Find out why it's important to get u…
 
If you feel uncomfortable communicating through a webcam, then you'll enjoy these virtual communication tips. They're designed to help you feel more comfortable with an audience that you may not be able to see. In today's world, you need to be able to connect with an audience quickly and effectively, no matter the medium. Get your online edge is th…
 
Today’s mini meditation is a practice in resting in our intrinsic joy. It is a refuge from the difficult moments and a celebration of the magic in the mundane. Join me for this short, sweet practice. These mini meditations are meant to support a daily home practice. Tune in every Monday to find your practice for the week! Full episodes are released…
 
During challenging times, you need to embrace changing your plans at work. You may have perfect strategies that simply won't succeed in today's coronavirus world. Do you keep marching forward, without the time and resources to make it all happen? Or do you realize that sticking to outdated plans could become a stall tactic that keeps you from accep…
 
Joy is intrinsic to each of us. It is our birthright. Across time, culture and lineage, meditation texts tell us that as we settle deeper into ourselves, what we discover is joy.Now, for the joy of it {see what I did there??} perhaps you want to Google the definition of joy. And then happiness. And then happy. And enjoy the lack of clarity that com…
 
One of the three qualities of consciousness is a Self that is aware of itself and everything else. What this means in essence is that there is a piece of our consciousness that can see or witness what is happening. This larger awareness knows how we feel about the situation we are in; it knows where we are in space and time; and this knowing is ver…
 
Smart leaders understand the importance of encouraging employees during stressful times. What they may not know is how to deliver a pep talk that is meaningful and effective. Right now, your words matter when it comes to keeping your team engaged. Empower yourself and them with some actionable tips in this week's 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast. Motivati…
 
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