Author and Mindful Reality founder, Jill Eng, shares her powerful awareness on how to relieve emotional pain and stress by explaining why it is we are always doing the most we can do. Her poignant expressions promote mental ease by illuminating how actions do themselves via the momentary movements of our body, so we can stop believing thoughts that make us feel like we need to figure out how to make our life happen. These are bite-sized recordings (perfect for a lunch break or quick walk) from her blog on this mindful, nondualistic, self-inquiry practice that overlaps with Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, the work of Byron Katie, meditation and naturalism. Jill was also a professional modern dancer, and is an Alexander Technique teacher. Mindful Reality stems from an assimilation of her experience in all these fields. See jillengmindfulreality.com for books, lessons and more information.
Season 1 Episode 15: Looking at Real Life
Distinguish your real life that occurs in real time from the imagined life in your mind.
Season 1 Episode 14: Easy to Know, Hard to Accept
We can learn to see the truth of our own life as real, even though it is challenging to accept.
Season 1 Episode 13: What's the Matter?
Realize why there is no effort needed to exist. The state of being is a state of action.
Season 1 Episode 12: Absent of Meaning
Being a physical organism means there is no need to label yourself as good or bad.
Season 1 Episode 11: People Watching
Learn how to see yourself clearly in the activity you are currently engaged in.
Season 1 Episode 10: Don't Be Fooled by Your Imaginings
Find out why the way you act is the truth of how you should be behaving.