The Best Thing Podcast with Meditation Teacher and Author Light Watkins

Episode 11: Light Watkins

Finding Your Still Small Voice with Meditation

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5 Questions To Change Your Life

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In this episode of The Best Thing, I talk to Vedic meditation teacher and the author of Bliss More, Light Watkins.

They talk about the best thing to ever happen to Light that would never appear on a resume, bio or come up in conversation. In this conversation, Light shares how romantic relationships coming to an end have greatly influenced his life.

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Quick Episode Summary

  • Meet Light
  • The best thing that happened to Light
  • The breakups
  • The power of creativity
  • The inner guidance
  • How to hear your inner voice
  • The people Light loves to help
  • Embracing uncertainty
  • Why Antonio loves Light’s writing

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