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Calmer in Five

The world around you may be noisy, but regardless of who you are, you have the ability to be calm even in the toughest times.  Calmer in 5 helps you understand new ways of thinking and being in order to tap into the limitless calm that exists within each of us.  Each week Thom Walters shares new ideas, thoughtful questions and actionable steps, all aimed at helping you live your days as serenly, and intentionally as possible.

Nov 30, 2018

It happens to everyone. You wake up and wonder what the heck happened while you slept, because you are not feeling your usual peppy self. Don’t worry though; I got your back. Today I talk less theoretically and more practically about how to start off a day when you wake up a little funky.

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Nov 27, 2018

Everyone scrambles to find their soul mate. Sometimes, in that frenzied pursuit, we forget to acknowledge the people in our lives who may not be romantic partners, but who love us just as strongly, just and unconditionally. Today, I talk about the greatest gift you will ever receive, and always have; the love of others...

Nov 26, 2018

You might not be living in the perfect place right now, but you do have a roof over your head; even if that is the roof of a shelter. Maybe you are couch surfing at a friend’s house. Whatever the case, find a place in your heart to be grateful for shelter.

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Nov 23, 2018

Not everyone listening to this episode may have access to food each day. If that is the case then please avail yourself to those willing to help you. For those of you who open the refrigerator trying to decide what to eat, do you know how fortunate you are? Let’s talk about it.

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Nov 21, 2018

I’m sure it is not the same everywhere that ZEN commuter is listened to, but most listeners do not have any shortage of water. Most people grab a case of it off the shelf and put it in their grocery carts without so much as a thought of how fortunate they are to have access to clean, drinkable water. Let’s talk...