Patricia Karpas | Mindfulness, Gratitude and Healthy Practices During COVID-19

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Patricia Karpas | Mindfulness, Gratitude and Healthy Practices During COVID-19

Patricia Karpas

Posted on May 12, 2020

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This week, I’m excited to welcome back Patricia Karpas—this time to chat with me and my team at imageOne about mindfulness, meditation, and how these practices can help us get through the unpredictable coronavirus pandemic. With a down-to-earth, practical, and science-based approach, Patricia’s wisdom is especially valuable right now.

After talking to Patricia about her own experiences during this unusual time, we open the conversation up so everyone can ask their own questions. Here, we cover topics including healthy ways to manage our emotions and relationships, tips on creating safe spaces at home to practice mindful tools, insights on the science of meditation, and much more.

Patricia is the co-founder of the 5-Star rated Meditation Studio app, which is now part of the Muse meditation family. She’s also the host of the popular mindfulness podcast, Untangle, and spent years as a media executive for outlets like CNBC, NBC, and AOL.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • How to find gratitude during hard times
  • What Patricia has learned about human connection during COVID-19
  • Why mindfulness can help us stay positive and balanced
  • How to control our increased stress levels 
  • Why meditation can change our habits
  • What is radical acceptance
  • Why self-care is so important for mental health
  • What is neuroplasticity 
  • How to minimize the judgment of others
  • Why we need to balance our news consumption
  • How businesses might change even after COVID ends
  • And so much more!

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Learn More About Patricia 

If you want to learn more about Patricia Karpas, included her former career as a high-level media executive at CNBC, NBC and AOL, when she found her passion for meditation, how she developed the app and more, don’t miss the fantastic conversation we had on the donothing podcast last year.

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