In this seasons final episode Jill talks about habits and how yours are serving you. Good or bad you should take the time to look at the habits that you engage in to find comfort, and assess whether or not they are benefiting you in a positive way.
Are the items that we treasure, love and are proud causing us to become too materialistic? What are the benefits of letting go of our attachments and focusing on things that truly matter? Jill discusses the concept of Non-Possessiveness, the 5th and final Yama from Deborah Adele's book The Yamas & Niyamas.
Jill talks about the virtues of adjusting your mindset on things over the course of your life. We are constantly acquiring new information and growing as people, and changing your mind about things as we get older only makes sense as we are exposed to new ideas.
In this episode Jill continues to talk about ideas discussed in the book The Yamas & Niyamas by Deborah Adele. This time around she deals with the idea of Non-Excess, i.e. limiting your participation in certain things so as to not let them take over or develop an unhealthy presence in your life.
With the recent need for self isolation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Jill discusses the many ways we can maintain our sanity and cope with the new challenges of life while being out of physical contact with loved ones and friends.
On the 50th episode of Power Yourself Jill talks with her husband Scott about what it takes to keep things together in a loving relationship, and some of the things they do with respect to disagreements, communication, responsibilities, and spending time together to Make it Work!
The concept of Non Stealing applies to many different facets of our lives, whether it's non stealing from others, from ourselves, from the Earth, or from future generations. In this episode Jill talks about the different aspects of non stealing based on ideas discussed in the book The Yamas & Niyamas by Deborah Adele.