More Happiness Less Suffering
Welcome to a modern day advice column created by psychiatrist, Dr. Monisha Vasa, and senior meditation teacher, Cayce Howe. Podcasting to you from Orange County, California. Here, no question is too big or too small, no topic is off topic, and the answers all begin and end within you.
Join us as we share our spontaneous, off the cuff conversations exploring how to live, as we bring together our collective knowledge and experience from the worlds of mental health, mindfulness and meditation, of course always mixed with a healthy dose of creativity and beginner’s mind. While we may find ourselves at the end with more questions than answers, we hope you join us in our quest to deepen how we live, laugh, love, and learn. Grab a cup of coffee or tea, take a seat on the cushion or the couch, and let’s chat about your burning questions. We’re so glad to be here with you.
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Challenging events that take place in our lives can make it easy to enter a spiral of ‘what if’ scenarios that often cause anxiety and stress. Join us on Ep. 8 of the MHLS Podcast with Senior Meditation Teacher Cayce Howe and Psychiatrist Dr. Monisha Vasa as they talk over ...
Join us on Ep. 6 of the MHLS Podcast as Senior Meditation Teacher Cayce Howe and Dr. Monisha Vasa discuss the balance between learning and digesting teachings from Meditation teachers while activating your own inner teacher to always have someone to lean on and guide you when struggling. “No book, no ...
Check in to Ep.6 of the MHLS podcast and find out how Madhuri Parson went from watching her father and grandfather make jewelry in the heart of Calcutta, India, as a child, to almost losing herself in corporate America. Luckily she turned back to her spiritual roots to find personal inspiration in ...
Loss is a theme which people experience in different situations and periods of their life; especially in the wake of COVID-19. Join us as we discuss the different aspects of loss and how to meet and work with it. ...
Focusing on your mind is difficult in the wake of COVID-19, but it can be essential in helping us cope during times of worry, anxiety, or fear. Join our discussion about how getting back to the roots of mindfulness to navigate those feelings can help you feel more grounded when ...