Life’s Challenges & Traumas — Returning to Wholeness
Molly discusses a variety of topics with Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, ranging from meditation to female empowerment to spirituality.
Molly discusses women and spirituality with Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo
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"Molly has a unique ability to bring out the best in people. You see people stepping into their highest potential around her."
"During meditation, I felt like I couldn’t move my arms or legs at all, but I remembered what you said about staying in my Inner Resource, my safe place, so I stayed comfortable there. I felt very peaceful and didn’t feel pain in my body at all. I felt free from my body and I wondered where that was because I’m never free from pain. And then I remembered what you said, that we’re in our true nature and I realized it is the place where I am free from suffering for real."
"As a holistic psychotherapist, I have studied Yoga Nidra for many years. Naturally, I’ve listened to many different versions of this ancient, healing practice. Molly’s is one of my favorites. I use it regularly and recommend it to all my patients. It’s excellent for post-traumatic growth, insomnia, anxiety, relaxation, addiction recovery, and for people who think they can’t meditate."
“Instead of listening to someone else, you can actually listen to yourself [during meditation]. Instead of constantly eliminating errors in my thinking, I naturally am finding that there is already a better way of being inside myself.”
“This [Yoga Nidra Meditation] is the piece that was missing from the PTSD program.It fits with everything else they teach us, but it also teaches us a way to find our own peace without drugs or counseling that we can use once we get out of the program. It is the one thing I know I’m going to keep doing when I leave.”
“Before we started, I thought that yoga was against my beliefs as a Christian. Now I see that it is completely in line with my beliefs and deepens my understanding of my own faith. I realized too that I was prejudiced against others before this. I guess I didn’t think that Jews or Muslims had a spirit. But there is a Jewish guy in the class and we talk all the time about how we feel in meditation. We feel the same thing. And I realize that we’ve got the same spirit.”
“You have truly been a blessing for both the Vets and myself. It’ s been an extraordinary and exciting journey and for that, I thank you.”