Welcome to a modern day advice column created by psychiatrist, Dr. Monisha Vasa, and senior meditation teacher, Cayce Howe. Podcasting to you from Orange County, California. Here, no question is too big or too small, no topic is off topic, and the answers all begin and end within you.
Join us as we share our spontaneous, off the cuff conversations exploring how to live, as we bring together our collective knowledge and experience from the worlds of mental health, mindfulness and meditation, of course always mixed with a healthy dose of creativity and beginner’s mind. While we may find ourselves at the end with more questions than answers, we hope you join us in our quest to deepen how we live, laugh, love, and learn. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, take a seat on the cushion or the couch, and let’s chat about your burning questions. We’re so glad to be here with you.
Some of our most challenging and most meaningful moments often arise while caring for others. Whether you are a physician, nurse, mental health professional, teacher, parent, or supporting an aging family member, caring for others becomes an opportunity to develop resilience and make meaning out of our most human, vulnerable interactions. But how do we find the beauty that often lays hidden amidst the stress of caring?
Join Dr. Monisha Vasa and Cayce Howe as we discuss ways to create "Sustainability Caring".
Dr. Charmaine Gregory: Life Lessons From an Emergency Physician
Please join us as Dr. Charmaine Gregory talks about her intriguing journey from the island of Jamaica to the US and the challenges as a ER physician.
Less Is More: The Holiday Edition
Join Dr. Monisha Vasa and Senior Meditation Teacher Cayce Howe as they chat about the speed of life (especially during the holidays) and how we can bring some balance to the chaos.
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Dr. Vater: How to SMILE through Challenges
Laura B. Vater, MD, MPH is a Hematology/Oncology Fellow at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Influenced by her mom, an Internal Medicine physician, and dad, a safety engineer and community leader, she developed an early interest in medicine and care for humanity. Throughout her medical training, Laura has remained interested in preventive health, the vital role of communication and humanism in medicine, and promotion of clinician health.
In 2017, she developed a tool to help patients and clinicians simplify and prioritize health (the SMILE Scale). This tool is being used in schools and clinics in the U.S. and England.
Laura enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog.
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Lynda Arnold (AKA @divasonic) is a phenomenal sound healer and musician who has played on some of the largest global stages including SXSW, Burning Man and UNICEF events. Join us for a lively and honest discussion about how we all heal differently, and how sound can be a force for transformation, empowerment and connection.
Join us on Episode 13 of the More Happiness and Less Suffering podcast as we sit with former Buddhist Monk and Dharma Teacher Scott Tusa to share his expert advice on the spiritual path and how to bring the sacred into everyday life.
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I was listening to the Overcoming You podcast and learned about this one. I love the topics, content and hosts. Mental health is so important, especially now!! Keep up the great work.
Relatable! I love this podcast!
As someone who is new to meditation & mindfulness, I found that this podcast was unique in the way that each episode is topical and digestible for my mind! I’m always looking for ways to improve my emotional health. It’s not always easy to incorporate meditation and self reflection into my daily routine but listening to Cayce & Monisha talk about things relatable to my life has made all the difference. They’re experts...but not at all intimidating or overwhelming. They both bring a lot of wisdom to the table & I’m really grateful that this podcast is accessible here and on they’re website. I highly recommend this podcast if you’re looking to get a solid foundation & actually learn the ins and outs of bringing mindfulness and good vibes to your work/home/personal relationships.