Staying Still in the Midst of Chaos w/Josephine Atluri
By Jay Campbell
January 26th, 2021
The key to raising our vibration lies in letting go of the things we can’t control.
In light of everything that’s happened over the past few months, that can be much easier said than done.
With so many of us feeling on-edge at the moment, our first instinct is to grab tight and not let go.
How can we even begin to find a sense of calm when it feels like the world around us is falling apart?
Is it possible to find inner peace in the midst of pandemonium?
In this episode, meditation coach and creator of the Be Time MethodⓇ, Josephine Atluri shares how to create stillness in our lives.
Let go of your ego, your past, and your idea of what the future should look like, and you’ll be able to live in the present.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Why addressing our trauma is the first step to letting go
Trauma becomes emotional baggage, and until we address it, it will continue to weigh us down and stop us from optimizing our lives. We have to dig deep to discover what’s really affecting us.
- Why we need to change the way we think about meditation
Many people shy away from meditation because they have preconceived ideas of what it entails, but there’s no one way to go about it. At its core, meditation is about achieving stillness, and we all have different ways of getting to that point.
- The importance of relinquishing our expectations and labels
It’s impossible to find our calm when we’re trying to control everything around us, so stop trying to. Let go of expectations of what ‘should’ be happening and shift focus inwards.
Josephine Atluri is a meditation coach.
Passionate about helping others overcome adversity and joy through meditation classes, infertility workshops, and her podcast, Responding to Life: Talking Health, Fertility, and Parenthood, Josephine empowers people to take back control of their calm.
She is the creator of the Be Time MethodⓇ, and both her individual and group classes teach simple, practical coping mechanisms for stress, anxiety, and loss.
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Books mentioned in this episode:
Letting Go by David Hawkins https://www.amazon.com/Letting-David-Hawkins-M-D-Ph-D/dp/1401945015