Hey! Craig here. I was recently a guest on The Mindfield Podcast. We discussed accessible mindfulness at length and how it applies to normal people. The conversion also briefly dipped into my background with addiction and recovery. I’m always happy to share these stories and what practices continue to help me live a fulfilling life. Just like many episodes of the Happy You Are Here Podcast, sharing different methods of living better lives helps everyone find practices that resonate with them.
Episode Description: Craig Inzana and I met just a few months ago, so when I started up this podcast he was one of the first people I reached out to. And he’s the first guest on the show! From the first time we met, he shared about how he’s worked to overcome addiction and build mindfulness into his daily life. And that’s the topic of this episode. We covered what mindfulness really is, along with talking about the difference between letting it be vs. letting it go, and how mindfulness is a helpful stopgap to help you respond in a calmer way when life throws you a curveball. He’s seen in his own life that he responds logically and is able to make decisions faster. Practicing mindfulness is work, but it’s work that you’ll see even small results in fairly soon. And it’ll help you stay the course. At the end, Craig has some great tips if you’re wanting to get better at being mindful, including some apps that have helped lots of people. And if you’d like to reach out to him, he’s Craig Inzana all over social media. Let’s unpack our minds in this episode now.
The Mindfield Show Description: Mental health is a big thing, and a lot of people feel like they’re navigating a minefield when it comes to living life. Lots of things pull our minds in different directions. But some people have learned to wield their mind powerfully and use it instead of it using them. These guests share what they’ve learned and ways you can master your mind.