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Taming the Monkey Mind: Plugging in the Monkey

7 Responses

  1. reocochran says:

    Cool that you are leading us to places online to unwind! I will share them with my daughter who is a pilates instructor, health and wellness coach along with her “day job” at UBS financial.

  2. Chico says:

    Anything good on audio will create a “white noise” in your mind that is more pleasant than the black, but to truly liberate the monkey, you have to be able to let go of the white stuff too. Good luck.

  3. gemmautting says:

    Dear Lisa,
    I have two reactions to these ideas. The easy one is “these are cool” and I’ve poked about a bit to learn more.
    The inconvenient and complicated reaction is that it’s one more way we cave in to “The Man.” Does anyone use that phrase anymore? Not a “man” per se, but “the system” which has us all working too hard in jobs we do not like to buy stuff we don’t’ need all of which we find so stressful we then become even more addicted to the stuff because we now see it as a pathway to alleviating the stress its purchase may have caused.
    The viscous-cycle of which might be ended if we slowed things down, bought less, spent less, worked less and could de-stress (or stay vital) in nature (which many of these aps try to mimic).
    Ponderingly,
    Gemma

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