All of us can agree to this by now that the content we consume on social media has a huge impact on our lives. Sometimes it can get quite overwhelming, isn’t it? This is why I strongly feel that we should follow creators who help us with our well-being and mental health. Jay Shetty is one such creator, author and former monk whose content never fails to inspire me. Apart from being a content creator, he is also a best-selling author and philanthropist who believes in uplifting people. Whenever I am feeling low, I just start scrolling through his Reels and feel motivated. So, if you too are looking for some mid-week motivation then you’ve come to the right place!

Check Jay Shetty’s Reels out!

1. Ego doesn’t have to be your enemy

This Reel by Jay was so insightful and really made me think of ego from a different perspective. I really like how his videos are able to successfully deliver ideas so seamlessly. Whenever I am feeling low, I just head to his profile and scroll through his mindful content.

2. Refine your intention

Here’s another video by Jay that I feel all of you should defo check out. The meditation concept he spoke about really helped me look at the practice from a new perspective. Are you going to try refining your intention? Tell me in the comments below!

3. Your breath is everything

Wow, this video really took me by surprise. Before this, I never realized how interconnected our breath is with our emotions. Isn’t it amazing that Jay explains these complex concepts in such an easy way? This is one of the major reasons why I like to watch his videos for my daily dose of mindfulness.

4. The perfect analogy

This Reel by Jay is short but absolutely perfect, don’t you agree? In just a few words he was able to express such an important moral for everyone out there. The ‘drowning man’ example that he gave holds such a deep meaning.

5. We don’t need everyone’s opinion on everything

Jay and Ellen together are dropping truth bombs that all of us need to hear! What they explained in this video makes so much sense and I am going to consciously try and refrain from letting someone else’s opinion impact my mental well-being.

6. You’re focused on the wrong feeling

Why is this so true and relatable? I am sure many of us must have gone through this same feeling. Watching Lilly Singh and Jay chat about the most real and candid things is quite refreshing.

So, here are just 6 out of the many Reels that Jay has posted on his feed that might give you the motivation you need. His content has really helped me look at things from a different perspective and be mindful of the content I am consuming online. Which Reel out of these could you connect with the most? Also, I hope all of you are staying home and staying safe.