Join my 'consciousness road-trip' where I delve into the many ways we can help ourselves live less frenetic and stressed-out lives. With regular guests, I'll discuss different 'mind practices' from mindfulness, yoga, compassion, bodywork, forest bathing psychedelics — no practice is off bounds. I'll talk about the science behind each practice, what it's really like to experience, the pitfalls and challenges and how we can discover our own wisdom. If you want to find out what made me quite so curious about mind and body practices, check out my book "Finding My Right Mind: One Woman's Experiment to put Meditation to the Test", (Welbeck 2021) Got questions or topics you'd like me to cover? contact me at www.vanessapotter.com
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I am a great believer in the power of the mind. So helpful to come across Vanessa whose healing has taken a similar path to my own. Very much looking forward to reading her book!
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