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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.

Sep 27, 2019

Life can sometimes feel like a series of mundane tasks; the same things day after day after day. There is a different way to experience the day; try something different. It will break things up for you

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Sep 27, 2019

Not only do we think that life is without end, we also think the moments we experience each day are commonplace. Understanding the folly in each of these beliefs may just have you seeing life in a whol;e new way. It’s worth a shot, right?

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Sep 27, 2019

It’s important for many people to think of themselves as the top of the food chain, so to speak. But it’s also important to understand that in many ways we are nothing. That doesn’t mean insignificant. In fact it means everything. One way to understand humility is to see ourselves as operating through instinct...

Sep 25, 2019

I love discovering new authors that see calm in ways that differ from mine. It’s even better when they share the same last name. Lol. However, even though Meredith and I are both fans of calm, we are not related in any way other than “universal family”. Oh, and she digs trees too! Come listen

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Sep 22, 2019

This week, just like on ZEN Commuter, I am highlighting other authors, speakers and thought leaders, that see the world in a different way, a calming way. Today, Vishen Lakhiani talks about the process of set points. It is a principle that, in the long run, creates a level of calm.

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