3 Burst results for "Bruce Lankford"

"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"The word rage never really came to mind. When i thought about my reaction to certain situations but now that i've learned more about the conscious and subconscious mind and how our minds work. I realize well. There is sometimes a level of rage that was gurgling or bubbling just below the surface certain personalities are specific words or phrases would potentially cause that gurgling rage to erupt. Sometimes the eruption was minor. And nobody else would even be aware of it. Sometimes i would do or say something that well it was just out of place and i kind of wonder myself. I think why did that happen. Why did i say that thing. Or why did i do such and such and in response to that now. I realized that what triggered was something related to probably to an early trauma in my life. So when i say trauma i want to be clear that an event that was traumatizing to me may seem like a nothing of to you. I used to think that all traumas where events like you know a car accident house fire sexual abuse. A- robbery well a quick online search tells us that in general trauma can be defined as a psychological emotional response to an event or an experience that is deeply distressing. So you know your definition of deeply distressing may be different from mine. Of course another definition says that trauma is the lasting emotional response that often results from living through a distressing event. There's were distressing again goes on to say experiencing a traumatic event can harm person sense of safety sense of self and ability to regulate emotions and navigate relationships long after the traumatic event occurs. People with trauma can often feel shame helplessness powerlessness and intense fear. You may have experienced trauma and don't even realize it for some while trauma could be just a very simple. You know what appears to be something. That is very simple for some. It could be much more

bruce lankford
"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Mindfulness mode it's something i've never done but it looks like it would be exciting and fun and certainly you know offers all kinds of benefits a mindful tribe. Thanks for joining me. This is bruce. Bruce lankford your host and mindfulness life coach. So great to have you here today today. I'm going to be sharing with you. How to lessen your stress and become more. Calm and centered. I though i'm going to share some note sent me by some of you mindful tribe. Thanks for listening. And thanks for reaching out to me. I always appreciate your notes and letters daniel from thailand. Says i love your podcast. I've been listening for over two years now and i don't miss an episode. Keep up the great work so thanks. Danieli appreciate that desperate from texas wrote. I feel more relaxed every time. I hear your voice. Thanks for keeping the interviews coming. You ask great questions. And i liked the way your interviews flow so thanks to you. Just preet appreciate that. And one more grayson says keep up the inciteful episodes bruce your ideas about mindfulness at an interesting element to my day so again. Thanks to all of you. I've sent mindfulness mode mugs to three. So thank you very much again for connecting and As you know. I've interviewed over six hundred guests on mindfulness mode. And it's not surprising that some patterns are emerging and one of those patterns has to do with anxiety and stress. And what you can do to decrease that.

Bruce lankford Danieli bruce thailand daniel grayson texas
"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bruce lankford" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"It's so interesting to to talk to you. Because and i'm just going to share a bit about you with mindful tribe. You're a world renowned holistic physician a rabbi yogi spiritual mystic. You're a psychiatrist. A family therapist a humanitarian. A peace ambassador. And there's just so much to share about you and It it says here that you live in the world between nothing which is the world beyond time and something which is the temporal world. So let's start there. How did you get to the point where you see yourself. As as living in this world between nothing and something it had been gradually it was back philosophical. I lived in india for seven years and begin editing about six hours a day and also focusing intense contemplation on the divine name with chanting During the time. I begin to move into the nothing. No what is the nothing you disappear as a separate ego as a separate linus and there's only that or in that said is nothing to say the just but the point is that is that just quiet but you are there. There's not a you with a quiet mind you disappear. There's only durant

gabriel Bruce lankford Gabriel today this morning