How meditation can help health workers cope

In this cordial conversation with Pam and John Dupuy, co-founders of iAwake, Susanne Rose, a relatively new recruit for iAwake technology, talks about her practice and what meditation does for her. With a job in the health care system working with the geriatric population, for Susanne, focusing, settling down, and being emotionally available are especially important.

Here, Susanne explains how meditation has not only helped her become a more peaceful and loving person, but has also provided her with connection and guidance. If you are looking for inspiration for your practice, this is a good place to start.

In this video, Susanne talks about:

  • To be able to go to work and give the best of her: to be there for everyone else and also for herself
  • How to get out of a funk: iAwake’s Heartwave Meditation
  • Susanne‚Äôs daily routine begins at 3:40 p.m.
  • As the orientation arrives only in the last minutes of meditation
  • Receive very practical meditation tips
  • Find connection within yourself rather than in relationships with others
  • Commitment to a better life and a full experience
  • Powerful guided meditations of forgiveness and how they complement each other (Freedom of forgiveness, Deep release)

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How meditation can help health workers cope

Susanne Rose is an occupational rehabilitation therapy assistant working with the geriatric population in Raleigh, North Carolina. Susanne is a seeker, an apprentice, a big fan of tapping (emotional freedom technique) and has been meditating regularly for thirteen years. IAwake was discovered last March, at the beginning of the pandemic.

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rpam^john

John and Pam Dupuy, co-founders of iAwake Technologies, celebrate the 10th anniversary of iAwake starting in October 2020. John, CEO of iAwake, travels internationally to teach and inspire issues of holistic recovery, holistic transformational practice and the use of brainwave entry technology to deepen. the practice of meditation and in the treatment of addiction, depression and PTSD. Pam is the incredible, talented, perceptive, and persevering director of operations at iAwake.

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Heidi Mitchell, editor

This blog was created by Heidi Mitchell, longtime assistant to John Dupuy and iAwake blog manager. John introduced Heidi to the comprehensive practice and enhanced meditation by brainwave input in 2007. Heidi is also an independent publisher of nonfiction books, blogs, and websites. You can contact her at www.heidimitchelleditor.com.