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Mindfulness Matters with Samara Zelniker

I believe that in order to change your story and change your life, you need a certain level of awareness to be able to observe yourself. In other words, you need to know how you think and how your thinking contributes to your behaviours, habits, fears and emotions… If you are unaware that you are the one controlling everything, it might not be the right timing for you to shift (but trust me, your time will come… this is not a bad thing).

The first step is awareness. Another word for that is Mindfullness… And today my guest, Samara Zelniker, is here to teach us and help us understand this a bit better…

Samara Zelniker is dedicated to helping leaders reach their infinite potential. With over a decade of experience teaching yoga, meditation and mindfulness, her focus lies in applying these age old concepts to modern day life.   

Samara is an SIY certified teacher, the leadership and development program born at Google, a certified coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and has been featured as a leadership expert in Forbes and Business Insider. Samara is a native of Montreal, Canada and lives in Los Angeles. 

She is one of my favourite inspo go to influencers on INSTAGRAM at @mindfulnessmatters and I am looking forward to sharing her wisdom with you today.

Want to know more about Samara? Check out her Website www.mindfullnessmatters.ca or click HERE

Follow her on Instagram @mindfullnessmatters or click HERE



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1 Comment

  1. Harjit C on 05/11/2020 at 7:26 AM

    The mind and body connection is incredible and I love how your podcast touches on so many different levels. Our conditioning for aging, our mental health, what is considered normal, our brains, our perceptions and mindfulness. At 42, I feel like I’ve already lived a full life sometimes but then I remind myself of how much more I want to live and who I’m living for. I suffered from heavy periods my whole life, and it wasn’t until my adult years, marriage and two miscarriages, fertility treatments that I discovered I had endometriosis. All of a sudden, the world made more sense and I knew what I needed, surgery, diet changes, and so forth. Then my Mom passed away, she was the parent I relied on, my strength, my heart and I was shattered. I felt alone, like the world stopped but then after more help with fertility I had my first child and my world started to look brighter. Then came my second, and I was done but there were other plans for me, a child with numerous learning challenges and once again my world shattered. Day by day I pick myself up and breathe in deeply what God has given me, so much I feel so very blessed but also it takes so much effort too. However, I am beginning to ask myself more regularly when I wake up: What is my purpose? And it helps put life more into perspective and I keep on growing and learning, day by day. 🙏❤️🌳@plumerea

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