#97: Mapping Meditation with Emily Fletcher
When it comes to the healing power of meditation, Emily Fletcher is my go-to resource and I’m excited to introduce you to her in today’s episode. Today we explore stress, resilience, and meditation through a scientific yet practical lens, the #1 tool to get your clients to meditate, plus how to work with your mind so you don’t feel like a meditation failure.
September 27th, 2019
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