In this episode, Harmony answers the question “How can I get someone out of my mind?” When we’re identified with our thoughts we feel disconnected from our source of happiness. Then we find ourselves looking for happiness in others. “If I had this job, I’d be happy. Or this relationship, I’d be happy.” But as long as we listen to our thoughts, we never feel the joy and love we long for. Teaching psychological concepts, combined with the concepts of mindfulness, listen and connect with your true self and find your happiness within.



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