Yoga Unplugged Conversations
Darity Wesley – How To Stay Sane During COVID-19 By Practicing Non-Judgement
Welcome to Yoga Unplugged Conversations
A podcast dedicated to helping you grow, thrive and gracefully make tough life decisions, so you can lead a happier, healthier life.
Yoga Unplugged Team member Sarah Burchard is your host. She invites special guests on the show to deep dive into real life issues, providing tools and philosophies to help you navigate them with greater ease.
Sarah is a freelance writer, natural foods chef and certified health coach who is passionate about promoting local businesses and food through her writing, farmers market tours and farm-to-table events under the name, The Healthy Locavore. When she is not talking food she's supporting the yoga community on Oʻahu.
In today’s episode I’ve got Darity Wesley back on the show.
Darity is a best-selling author, speaker and modern day oracle.
As a spiritual coach she supports clients seeking personal development and spiritual transformation. You can find her books “You Can Transform Your Life” and “How To Be the REAL You” and their perspective workbooks on Amazon.
She also publishes a monthly email newsletter called “Wisdom For The New Reality.”
And her consulting services and workshops promise to help you Tame That Monkey Mind.
Today Darity and I are discussing neutrality.
We talk about…
● The difference between discerning and judging
● The problem with “good” or “bad” labels
● How she went a whole year without judging
● Why she believes neutrality will keep us sane
● What she thinks about first impressions
● How to remain neutral
We are wired to judge challenging situations as bad. But to judge these situations as bad is to be resistant of them. There is so much to learn here if we can drop our judgement and observe.
A practice in neutrality allows you to move through life with more ease, learn more about yourself and the world around you and keep your sanity in tough times.
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