Season 2, Episode 19: Question and Answer Time with Les
A few weeks ago we asked you, The Mindful Movement audience, what questions you have. Between YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and our Facebook group, we received many questions. In today’s episode, Les answers as many as he is able. Feel free to comment below with any other questions you have for future Q&A episodes.
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Design Your Dream Life
A Guided Visualization
Are you living the life of your dreams?
Are you happy with your life and the direction you are going?
Lao Tzu once said, “If you do not change the direction, you may end up where you are heading.“
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This practice will give you an opportunity to:
- Design your dream life and clarify your values
- Begin to develop positive habits and live intentionally
- Connect with your authentic self and let go of resistance
About your host
Sara and Les Raymond founded The Mindful Movement in August of 2016. They are passionate about helping others grow and live mindful, fulfilled lives. They have both experienced profound growth and fulfillment in living a mindful lifestyle. Together they help others live a more mindful life, deepening their awareness and sense of gratitude. They strive to inspire others to live authentically with love and abundance.
4-Day Meditation Journey with
The Mindful Movement
“The past is gone, the future is not yet here. If we do not go back to ourselves in the present moment, we cannot be in touch with life.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh
Whether this is your first time practicing meditation, or you have joined the journey with me to deepen or reignite your practice, I am grateful you are here now.
Know that this journey inward may not always be easy, but it can offer profound benefits when practiced regularly. And like any other skill, it takes practice and patience to experience progress.