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What is BREATHWORK DETOX? It is a healing modality that was created by founder and facilitator, Kurtis Lee Thomas. It helps CLEAR OUT emotional and mental blockages. You must experience it to fully understand it. Kurtis, is a corporate mindfulness trainer and founder of Breathwork Detox. He's the #1 best-selling author of The World is Yours: The Secrets Behind The Secret and his latest book, Breathwork Detox, How To Thrive in the Age of Anxiety. Breathwork has become increasingly popular in recent years, with various forms intended to increase lung capacity, oxygenate blood, relieve stress, and even increase focus. But what about breathwork that can detoxify the body and release emotional trauma? Today, we dive deep into the conversation and we know you will take away so much from this episode. For more information on Breathwork Detox click https://www.breathworkdetox.com/ and follow Kurtis on IG: @manfromthestars ________________________________________ For FULL EPISODE in AUDIO & VIDEO subrscribe to our podcast on Patreon.com/straightupsisters Follow us on IG: @straightupsistersthepodcast @raqcsworld @lasusie Follow us on YOUTUBE: Straight Up Sisters Podcast Email us: StraightUpSistersThePodcast@gmail.com
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In this week's ASK ME ANYTHING, Ryan Michler and Kipp Sorensen take on your questions from the Iron Council and Instagram. Hit Ryan up on Instagram at @ryanmichler and share what's working in your life. ⠀ SHOW HIGHLIGHTS (0:00) Episode intro⠀ (10:40) How do you get through letting the woman you love and the mother of your children go? (25:15) Would you say God is in favor of divorce? And if not, how did you feel, getting a divorce, knowing that it was going against God's wishes? (32:10) Is it normal to feel guilty when trying to level up and reach for your dreams? (40:40) how do you help a loved one who feels like they are letting you down, when you feel like they are doing the best they can in the grand scheme of things? (42:20) How do you handle when your beset isn't good enough? (47:30) How would you deal with an overbearing mother-in-law, particularly regarding the kids? (51:40) How, as a man, do you deal with feeling inadequate? (54:50) How do you get involved with a new community when moving to a new city and you don't know anyone? (57:00) In what places is stoicism necessary and in what places should men be more open? (1:05:20) How can young sons with weak, tyrant fathers reconcile that relationship? (1:08:10) How can you filter out what we read and watch? Battle Planners are back in stock. Pick yours up today! Get your signed copy of Ryan's new book, The Masculinity Manifesto For more information on the Iron Council brotherhood. Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready
Much has been documented about the growing mental health crisis among American teenagers. Young people, however, are not the only ones struggling. Middle-aged women, particularly white women over the age of 45, account for nearly 60% of all Americans who have been taking antidepressants for more than five years. To be sure, with this kind of statistic, it is not clear the role that medical and pharmaceutical industries, which are incentivized to medicalize mental health struggles, play. There are also cultural factors at work. Affluent people, white people, and women are on average more likely to seek help for mental health issues than African American or Hispanic women, men, or people in poverty. It is good that more attention is now given to the mentally and emotionally hurting and that these struggles are no longer as stigmatized. But we also have reached a point where it's almost fashionable to be diagnosed with a mental health condition. This is especially true for women, and progressive women in particular. It is not unusual for people to include a mental health diagnosis in their social media profiles. Regardless of how well-founded these diagnoses are, the fact that so many (especially women and young people) embrace them as part of their identity is a troubling sign of dysfunction. Clearly, people are suffering. In a culture shaped by a “critical theory mood,” claims of suffering can be thought of as a desirable way of elevating a person's moral status. It is also not a coincidence that this suffering has accompanied a culturewide loss of a sense of meaning. A 2021 Lifeway Research study found that nearly 60% of American adults wonder about how they can find more meaning and purpose in their lives on at least a monthly basis. Rates of depression, suicidal ideation, and suicide are up across all demographics. Even as the wider world is struggling, there is a notable exception. In 2019, the Pew Research Center found that 36% of Americans who attend church or are “actively religious” regularly report being “very happy.” In other words, faith in God, marriage, family, and a sense of duty to something larger than ourselves are often what provide people with the richest sense of meaning. Ironically, these are the very things that, we are constantly being told, will constrain us. Women are told that being a wife or a mother “gets in the way” of true happiness. Men and women are told that sacrificing for others leads to unhappiness. The numbers, however, don't lie. Living unattached lives committed to individual autonomy is making us miserable. Of course, mental health struggles often inflict the righteous, too. Elijah, Martin Luther, and many others also battled inner demons. Still, whether the increased rates of mental health struggles are primarily physiological or due to self-inflicted circumstances, how we think about them matters. As author O. Alan Noble puts it, in moments of profound mental suffering, “getting out of bed is an act of worship”: But when you choose to rise out of bed each day, you also set a table for your neighbor. You declare with your being and actions that life itself is good. Whether you like it or not, your life is a witness that testifies to the goodness of God. Worship, in fact, takes many forms: singing, teaching, reflecting, relating. This is because worship is a way of recognizing the meaning that God placed in His world and for His image bearers. In fact, worship is the meaning for which human beings were made. There is nothing more than to know and to glorify God. In His grace, He makes Himself known throughout His world. It is one of God's great mercies that, by fulfilling His purpose for us, we are able to know happiness, satisfaction, and meaning. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Maria Baer. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
Hey, it's Katie and I want to welcome you to this special bonus episode. It'll be here for you completely ad-free for the next week so you can get a feel of what it's like to be a PREMIUM member. If you'd like an easy ad-free experience for all of our podcasts - that's over 200 episodes each month, then JOIN PREMIUM today at https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Place your hand on your heart, Softly, Purposefully, And declare yourself ready. Ready to connect to your calm. Ready to release the chaos of the storm. Ready to sleep. PAUSE… And then gently let your hand fall back where it feels most comfortable, As you snuggle into your bed. PAUSE… Breathe. In and out as your body relaxes. Surrendering to the circular rhythm of your body. PAUSE… Relax your cheeks, Lower your shoulders, Let your arms and your legs melt, And soften your belly. Breathe. PAUSE… Observe the storm. Maybe it's a swirling tornado of thoughts, picking up all your worries and fears as it travels across the land. Maybe it's a giant ocean of dust and sand covering the deserts of your soul. Maybe it's a downpour of pain and suffering you see around you or in yourself that saturates you. Breathe, And let yourself observe this storm. PAUSE… Whenever you feel yourself getting swept into the storm, Just come back to your breath, Allowing the constant and reliable rhythm of your breathing to soothe you, And remind you that you are not the storm. PAUSE… Breathe in peace with every inhale, Inviting its coolness to travel throughout your body, Reaching more and more of your cells on each breath in. PAUSE… Let your breathing cleanse you, As you release the noise of the storm, And the raw emotions it creates in you on every breath out. PAUSE… Breathe in peace, Breathe out the storm. Breathe in calm, Breathe out chaos. PAUSE… Feel the hum. The warm, glowing space inside of you. The calm at your core. This is the space the storm cannot touch, The place where only love exists. Let yourself live here, In this beautiful space, Quiet, Calm, Serene, As the storm rages on outside of you. Here you are safe. Here you are home. Here you are love. And the storm cannot touch you. So let go, And surrender to deep sleep. Sweet Dreams, Beautiful Thanks to our amazing Sponsor! sleepnumber.com
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Destination Heal with Ty Alexander
In today's episode you and I are going to dive deep into the world of anxiety and we going to explore the signs and symptoms. We'll also uncover the hidden triggers that set anxiety into fast motion. And I am going to do my best to equip you with a stockpile of self-help techniques and coping strategies that will serve you on your journey to building better wellness experiences. RESOURCES: Episode 48 - How To Journal Consistently To Fight Off Negative Thoughts & Anxiety Episode 11 - How to Set Clear MFing Boundaries Downloadable Self-Care Guides 5 Day Gratitude Challenge CONNECT WITH US: Consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts to unlock our besties subscriber only audio experience. You'll get exclusive audio, interviews, ad free episodes, and monthly guided meditations. Follow Self Care IRL on IG Follow Ty Alexander on IG Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Anxiety can feel awful and overwhelming. But it can also be a helpful warning signal — telling us when we're in danger or out of alignment with our true feelings. We share tips on how to turn down the dial on your anxiety symptoms, so you can listen to what they're trying to tell you.
The data is clear: Levels of anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide have spiked for American teenagers over the last decade. Last Friday's episode with the psychologist Jean Twenge sifted through that data to uncover both the scale of the crisis and its possible causes. Today's episode focuses on the experiences behind that data: the individuals who are struggling, and what we can do as friends, parents and a broader society to help them.Lisa Damour is a clinical psychologist, the co-host of the podcast “Ask Lisa” and the author of books including “The Emotional Lives of Teenagers: Raising Connected, Capable and Compassionate Adolescents” and “Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls.” Statistics about teenage mental health are illuminating, but Damour has spent decades working closely with teens, allowing her to fill in some of the gaps in that data and give a nuanced picture of what may be going on. She has emerged from her clinical experience more hopeful about the prospects for helping teens through a life stage — and a moment in history — that poses serious challenges to their well-being.We discuss the neuroscience behind why being a teenager is so emotionally difficult, why Damour doesn't believe smartphones are primarily to blame for the teen mental health crisis, how overscheduling teens can hurt their social development, why girls experience more anxiety than boys even as they outperform boys in school, which types of smartphone use can be good and bad for young people, the problems with the cultural belief that stress and anxiety should be eliminated at all costs, how to tell the difference between harmful and healthy anxiety, how parents should approach social media use with their children, how all of us can help one another cope with negative emotions and more.Book Recommendations:Psychoanalytic Diagnosis by Nancy McWilliamsTranscendent Kingdom by Yaa GyasiA Swim in a Pond in the Rain by George SaundersListen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioappThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.This episode of “The Ezra Klein Show” was produced by Annie Galvin. Fact checking by Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair. Mixing by Jeff Geld. Our production team is Emefa Agawu, Jeff Geld, Roge Karma and Kristin Lin. Original music by Isaac Jones. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. The executive producer of New York Times Opinion Audio is Annie-Rose Strasser. Special thanks to Sonia Herrero and Kristina Samulewski.
Hey, it's Katie and I want to welcome you to this special bonus episode. It'll be here for you completely ad-free for the next week so you can get a feel of what it's like to be a PREMIUM member. If you'd like an easy ad-free experience for all of our podcasts - that's over 200 episodes each month, then JOIN PREMIUM today at https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium You've allowed yourself to evolve, Another season has passed, You're shedding your skin now, Find comfort knowing it doesn't last. PAUSE… Think of all the things you've learned, And the person you've become, Make peace with the hard parts, And get excited by what's to come. PAUSE… Take a moment to swim in gratitude, For all that has come your way. And embrace it one more time, And then release it, watching it float away. PAUSE… We say goodbye and pray right now, For the opening up ahead. The fresh path ready for our feet, The new voice within our head. PAUSE… She tells us that we're wiser, And opportunities abound. She reminds us the past is gone, And that love is all around. Namaste, Beautiful
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Slow yourself down, Let breath bring you inside. Here the world is quiet, The noise will soon subside. PAUSE… Breathe real slow, And feel yourself release. Find your sacred flow, And sink into peace. LONG PAUSE… The thoughts will surely buzz, They'll feel like rapid fire. Playing movies of the past, And visions of your desire. PAUSE… But see if you can stay with, The rhythms of your breath. See if you can follow, Their path into your depths. LONG PAUSE… It won't be long until those, Thoughts and emotions retreat. Each breath will clear the way, For your quiet, soft and sweet. LONG PAUSE… Breathe into the space, You find deep down inside. See if you can expand it, And stretch it really wide. LONG PAUSE… Your mind will want to know, The details of this space. Fill it up with all the thoughts, And crowd your sacred place. PAUSE… So breathe them out, one by one, The thoughts that enter here. And come back to the quiet, Keep it clean and clear. LONG PAUSE… Your quiet space is waiting, For you to trust in it. You'll find all the answers, Once you learn to sit. LONG PAUSE… Breathe real slow, And feel yourself release. Find your sacred flow, And sink into peace. PAUSE… Namaste, Beautiful
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Close your eyes, And relax your body. Lower your shoulders, Open your chest, And soften your belly. PAUSE Breathe… Now, let your attention expand outward, to the environment around you. Notice the chaos that may exist in your life. Let yourself feel how this chaos can create a sense of unrest and overwhelm. PAUSE… Bring your attention to your breath. Allow your breath to be your anchor. As the chaos around you continues, focus your attention on the steadiness of your breath. Let it be your guide. PAUSE… Allow yourself to feel the tension and anxiety that the chaos may cause, but don't get stuck in it. Notice it and then release it as you exhale, allowing it to leave your body. LONG PAUSE… Even amidst the chaos, you can find calm within. Namaste, Beautiful
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium So let yourself settle, And bring your attention right here. PAUSE… Let your breathing slow down, Let your mind slow down. And just be with these words. “There's power in allowing yourself to be known and heard, in owning your unique story, in using your authentic voice.” LONG PAUSE… “There's power in allowing yourself to be known and heard, in owning your unique story, in using your authentic voice.” Namaste, Beautiful
Anxiety can feel awful and overwhelming. But it can also be a helpful warning signal — telling us when we're in danger or out of alignment with our true feelings. We share tips on how to turn down the dial on your anxiety symptoms, so you can listen to what they're trying to tell you.
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Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium So let's begin by closing your eyes and relaxing your body, Settling yourself into a comfortable position where you feel relaxed and alert. Find your breath. Let it bring you inward with its inhale, And its exhale. Inhale. Exhale. Let yourself be soothed by the rhythm of your body, Expanding with your breath in, And contracting with your breath out. Expanding. Contracting. Expanding. Contracting. Settle yourself into your body's rhythm, Let it calm you. Let it slow you down. Let it bring you here. To this breath. To this moment. PAUSE… You may have heard it lately. The noise in your head. I should be doing more, it says. I'm not doing enough. You might be able to wave it away initially. But the noise persists. I should be doing this, I should be doing that. This noise can leave you feeling guilty, anxious or deeply judgemental about yourself. The noise gets louder when we compare ourselves to others. Or when we expect perfection from ourselves. PAUSE... But if you listen carefully, You'll hear something beyond all the noise. It comes upon you in the most subtle ways. In the shower. Just before you fall asleep. In the loving words from a friend. It's your inner voice. Your true voice. The true YOU. And your inner voice knows the truth. So take a deep breath in and let her words rejuvenate you. You are doing a great job, Beautiful. You don't need to do anything more. You don't need to be anything more. You are enough. You're doing your best. And when there is an opening for more, I will guide you there with tenderness, excitement and energy...not with the stress and guilt of a hailstorm of shoulds. You are incredible. And you're doing a great job right now. PAUSE… Bring your attention to your breath and with every breath in, imagine yourself breathing in grace, love and acceptance. And with every breath out, imagine yourself letting go of the shame, guilt or perfection you may have been holding onto. Breathe in love, Breathe out guilt. Breathe in grace, Breathe out perfection. Breathe in acceptance, Breathe out shame. PAUSE... You are exactly where you need to be right now. You are doing exactly what you need to be doing. You are doing your best. Trust your voice. Namaste, Beautiful. Thanks to our amazing Sponsor! sleepnumber.com
helloooooo hotties of the world and happy Tuesday, today we have a fun episode starting off with a little update from my trip to Colorado (for all pictures follow me on insta @hannahmarlene) and we chat the chaotic energy in the air right now, Kali uchis concert, pink eye, and connecting with nature. We also chat fun free things to get up to this summer! Utilizing where you are! Giving into that teen rampage energy of discovering the world around you, I give you my swamp water recipe, we smoke a lil bit, talk parental judgement, learning to be your own person, sex & discovering what you like, keys to a phat ass, getting angry! don't text your ex, but do this instead, my spiritual journey, Gemini season energy, exorcising men from your life, how to cowgirl like a pro, social media tips, book recommendations, go to evening routine, does therapy work? weed anxiety, CBD, and how to combat that, plus finding what you wanna do with your life.. and much.. much.. much much more! Thank you all for joining me this week I had a blast and can't wait to see you all again next week for my birthday episode
Life After Addiction And Indictment
John Jarman is a professional fitness coach and men's discipleship leader with a passion for seeing lives changed by Jesus Christ. A former football coach and Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm, John's life was radically transformed from a self-destructive trajectory to one of life, wholeness, and a dynamic walk with Christ, a story that is told in the pages of Broken and Redeemed. John holds a master's degree in Physical Education from Ohio University, and, as of this writing, is close to completing a Master's degree in Theology from Faith Seminary in Tacoma, Washington, where he resides.
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The Making An Effort Podcast with Gabby and Mel
Welcome back! Gabby joins us today from So-Cal and we catch up about handling flight anxiety, having non-disparaging break ups and the inevitability of AI taking over the world, including Tik Tok conspiracies about Britney Spears. Wahhh! It's a good one. AND we are launching a brand new segment for you: Agony Auntie MAE! Just like the old school advice columns of magazines gone by, we want to invite you to write to us about any dilemmas, issues or questions you have and we'll offer our best advice or thoughts on some of those submissions every week! So get in touch with us on email@example.com! As always, you'd be so welcome to support the podcast by joining our Patreon! For just £$5 a month you'll get access to our Making An Effort Magazine stacked with all our favourite things we're buying, eating, reading and watching each month and get invited to join us for our MAE Patreon only live recordings and cocktail hours. Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/makinganeffortpodcast
Thrive Forever Fit with Jay Nixon
Stop Suffering From Chronic Pain, Anxiety, PTSD and Trauma with Jamie Mustard (Part 1 of 2) Hello beautiful humans, thank you for listening and supporting the Thrive Forever Fit Show. It truly means the world to me that you take time out of your precious day to listen to me ramble and rant about things I found entertaining, engaging, and meaningful. SPONSOR: F.L.E.X. ~ Visit: ThriveForever Fit F.L.E.X. For Details Flexible ~ Lifestyle ~ Eating ~ Xercise Program ✅ Weight Loss Without Diet ✅ No Pills, Potions or False Promise To Purchase ✅ Expert Level Support and Accountability ✅ Transformation From A Dieters Mindset To A Lifestyle That You Can Live With Forever In today's episode I chat with Dr. Eugene Lipov and Jamie Mustard about their groundbreaking new book The Invisible Machine: The Startling Truth About Trauma The Scientific Breakthrough That Can Transform Your Life. They are the pioneers of the Dual Sympathetic Reset Procedure their groundbreaking revelation that psychological trauma manifests as a physical injury that can be seen and monitored on a brain-scan and their revolutionary approach to resetting the sympathetic nervous system that has helped countless patients suffering from chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, and other related conditions. The “Einstein of modern anesthesiology,” Dr. Lipov is a renowned board-certified pain specialist and the inventor of the stellate ganglion block, a minimally invasive procedure that has been proven effective in treating PTSD symptoms. Jamie Mustard is an artist and a renowned strategic consultant. He is the author of the bestselling book The Iconist: The Art and Science of Standing Out." Beginning as a child and then into adulthood he suffered years of trauma at varying levels before stumbling across Dr. Lipov and the Dual Sympathetic Reset Procedure (DSRP). In their new book, Dr. Lipov and Jamie combine their expertise to explain the science behind the DSRP and its potential to revolutionize the way we treat chronic pain and mental health issues. Their approach is based on the premise that the sympathetic nervous system, which controls our fight-or-flight response, can become "stuck" in a state of hyperarousal, leading to chronic pain and other debilitating symptoms. If you love the show, it would mean the world to me if you'd like it, share it, and review it. That's the only way I can help more people and continue to fulfill my mission of helping others overcome pain and start living a life of peaceful passion. StellaCenter.comFacebookInstagram YouTube LinkedIn ❤️ ~ Jay If you'd like to join my FREE Facebook group, where we dive into strategies and tools needed for a successful life, I'd LOVE to have you. It's called the Wellness Lab, and it's filled with amazing people just like you. Click here to join for FREE: Wellness Lab I also offer one on one and group lifestyle transformation coaching. You can check it all out at Thrive Forever Fit
New Life Live with Steve Arterburn
Topics: Grief, Hope, Ptsd, Navigating Change, Anxiety, Addictions, Boundaries, Alcohol, Anger, Trust, Faith, Aging Parents Hosts: Becky Brown, Dr. Alice Benton, Marc Cameron Caller Questions: Comment: My neighbor died, and his family found his Life Recovery Bible. Thank you, New Life, for making a difference in people's lives. My PTSD from Afghanistan is affecting my The post New Life Live: May 22, 2023 appeared first on New Life.
Hannah is a Panic to Peace student of mine who is here to share her recovery journey with panic disorder and agoraphobia! After struggling for years with panic attacks, Hannah decided to enroll in Panic to Peace...and it changed everything! It hasn't been easy, but Hannah has already overcome so many of her biggest fears. In today's episode, Hannah and I talk about:-Her experience with anxiety in early childhood-Unconsciously avoiding the symptoms and fears-How avoidance leads to distrust in ourselves-The moment she knew she had to make a change-Learning how to face the fears-The tips and tools that helped her heal -And how my program, Panic to Peace, supported her journeyOnce Hannah started betting on herself, she learned just how capable she was of recovering. And her story shows just how possible recovery is for you, too!STRUGGLING WITH TOILET ANXIETY? JOIN MY LIVE MASTERCLASS ON 6/5/23: https://fabulous-kiwi-276.myflodesk.com/GET FREE WEEKLY SUPPORT FROM ME: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/624daf138d82793f8155490fA HEALTHY PUSH INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/ahealthypush/GET THIS EPISODE'S SHOW NOTES: https://www.ahealthypush.com/post/anxiety-success-stories-hannahs-journey-with-panic-attacks-and-being-housebound-to-living
The Motherhood Podcast with Michelle Grosser
How often do you find yourself worrying about things that you know you don't need to be worried about? Like strange things your rational mind knows are not likely to happen? It can be easy to get caught up in the spiral of rumination, intrusive thoughts, and the doom of WebMD. But why? In today's episode, Michelle coaches on neuroception and how our life experiences deeply impact how our brain and body scan our environments for relevant signals of danger and threats. As we grow in our awareness of why we find ourselves worrying, we can communicate to our bodies that we're safe and help ease the hypervigilance. As a result, we'll find we're better able to regulate our nervous systems and approach life from a place of calm and presence. TAKE THE PERSONALITY PATTERN QUIZ! FB COMMUNITY: The Calm Mom Collective JOIN ME ON INSTAGRAM: @michellegrosser.coach “I love The Calm Mom Podcast!” ← if that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our show! This helps us support more women, just like you, on their motherhood journey. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!
Curtis Chang joins Dr. Mark Turman to talk about his book, The Anxiety Opportunity, how anxiety affected Chang's life, why anxiety is not a sin but a chance for spiritual growth, how anxiety reflects a fear of loss, and how Jesus speaks into our worries. Show notes: Curtis Chang begins by sharing a deeply personal story about struggling with his anxiety disorder as a senior pastor and how God helped him see anxiety as an opportunity for spiritual growth (3:04). Chang explains how some level of anxiety is natural and why we can't just “pray it away” (8:04). They discuss how anxiety is the fear of future loss, and this should prompt us to ask: what are we afraid of losing (20:10)? Chang gives practical ways to overcome the symptoms of anxiety while warning that we must also address the deeper heart issues, relying on the power of the Holy Spirit (29:31). They consider the danger of avoiding loss at all costs, remembering that we will lose everything on this earth at some point, and how loss avoidance can end in a false version of the gospel (38:46). They close by talking about the importance of community to deal with anxiety, taking it first to God and then to others who love us (54:10). Resources and further reading: The Anxiety Opportunity: How Worry is the Doorway to Your Best Self, Curtis Chang Redeeming Babel The Good Faith podcast “In “The Anxiety Opportunity,” Curtis Chang says that worry opens doors to our best selves” Mark Legg About the host Mark Turman, DMin, is the executive director of Denison Forum. He received his DMin from Truett at Baylor and previously served as lead pastor of Crosspoint Church. About the guest As a theologian, Curtis is on the faculty of Duke Divinity School and is a Senior Fellow at Fuller Theological Seminary. His ministry experience includes serving as a senior pastor of an Evangelical Covenant Church in California, a campus minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and engaging in racial reconciliation work in Soweto, South Africa. He has authored or contributed to numerous books, including Engaging Unbelief: A Captivating Strategy from Augustine and Aquinas (IVP). Curtis is the founding Executive Director of Redeeming Babel, a nonprofit that produces content to promote a reformation in how Christians engage the wider world. He also co-hosts (with David French) the Good Faith podcast, where they discuss how Christian faith intersects with culture, law, and politics. His biblical insights are enriched by his own secular career, which includes founding a White House award-winning nonprofit consulting firm and teaching strategic planning as a faculty at American University's School of International Service. Curtis graduated from Harvard University and is a former Rockefeller Fellow.
-What is purity culture and how does it relate to codependency? -What are the short- and long-term consequences of purity culture? -How can we explore and cultivate healthy intimacy? Welcome to Episode 127! This week, we are graced, for the second time, with the presences of Susanna Guarino, LMHC, to dive into purity culture. In a previous episode, Susanna shared about religious trauma and is here to expand on the impact of purity culture on codependency. We hear what purity culture is, how it left codependent young women to be vulnerable, and the negative consequences it had. Susanna reveals how she helps her clients attempting to heal from codependency compounded by purity culture. You'll be left with insights on how to address issues related to your own lack of intimacy or sexuality. It's a must-listen! Links for the show: Sign up for the newsletter to receive all things codependummy: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 Journal! The Confiding Codependummy: 30 Days of Journaling Prompts for a Less-Codependent and More-Conscious YOU for just $1 a day. www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing FREEBIE! The Self-Validation Challenge: Learn to validate your GD self: www.codependummy.com/challenge Money! Funds! Help support the show via a one-time donation via secure Paypal link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC Work with me! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about psychotherapy, coaching, or coming on the show! More on this week's guest: Susanna Guarino is a therapist in private practice in NY working with couples and individuals who have experienced religious trauma, spiritual abuse, or damaging effects from membership in a high-control group. She is licensed in NY, AZ, RI and FL. http://www.goodearthcounseling.com Deets on the episode: Susanna Guarino is back everyone! We begin with reviewing how she defines codependency: overly focusing on what others need to the detriment of oneself. We connect that to Susanna's specialty working with religious trauma: codependency is seen when one makes decisions based off fear, yields to others influence to avoid sin, and is worried about their eternal damnation if they prioritize their own needs. Susanna opens up about codependency in her own life with an anecdote about purity culture. She describes being part of a Christian church and promising to not have sex until married during a youth gathering. She recalls how, despite the majority making the pledge, two young women defied the leader and refused to acquiesce to the leader's shaming them. We then focus on the interconnection and overlap between codependency and purity culture. Susanna educates us on the history of purity culture, the impact it had on adolescents and teens during the 1990s throughout the US, and it's consequences. Susanna lists various consequences, including internal shame, fear, a lack of sexual pleasure, a lack of intimacy between partners, and a patriarchal/male-centric approach to sex. Many adolescents and teens, especially young women, were vulnerable in this environment and often prioritized the needs of their church leaders, families, and community above their own. We conclude with hearing from Susanna about ways she helps her clients attempting to recover from purity culture through education, developing an understanding, developing comfort discussing sex, cultivating critical thinking, and so on. Thanks for coming on Susanna! And thank you for listening, my dear listener! PLEASE: Rate. Review. Subscribe. Share. We need more ratings on Spotify! TY! -The Self-Validation Challenge - free 30-day guide to providing yourself with all the validation you seek: www.codependummy.com/challenge -Get your copy of the Confiding Codependummy: 30 days of journaling prompts for a less-codependent and more-conscious you! www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing -If you are wanting to dive into your codependency deeper one-on-one, please email email@example.com to work with me! -Sign up for the newsletter: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 -Support the show via a one-time secure donation: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC See you next week!
Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player. Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium Find a comfortable position, and allow your body to settle into the surface beneath you. PAUSE… Take a deep breath in, filling your lungs with fresh air. As you exhale slowly, let go of any tightness you may be feeling, allowing your muscles to soften and release. Let your body become heavier, sinking deeper into a state of relaxation with each passing moment. PAUSE… Now see if you can visualize yourself lying on a soft, sandy beach. The sun is shining brightly overhead, casting a warm glow on your skin. You can hear the gentle sound of waves lapping against the shore, and the scent of saltwater and sand is in the air. PAUSE… Breathe in the fresh, salty ocean air. Feel the cool breeze brushing against your skin, bringing a sense of clarity and refreshment. As you exhale, allow your body to sink deeper into the soft, warm sand. Feel your muscles loosen and relax. PAUSE… Visualize yourself enveloped in a radiant, shimmering light that emanates a soft golden hue. This light feels warm and inviting, like a comforting embrace that wraps around you like a soft, cozy blanket. PAUSE… As you breathe deeply, allow the light to grow stronger, saturating your body and mind. It spreads throughout, and dissolves anything heavy, anything tight. PAUSE… The warm, radiant light fills you with a deep sense of peace and tranquility. It infuses your body and mind with a soothing energy, allowing you to fully let go and immerse yourself in this moment of restful relaxation. PAUSE… Allow yourself to stay in this moment, fully present and aware. Be here, in this moment, feeling the soothing energy flowing through your body and mind. Namaste, Beautiful
Applying to college in the U.S. is an multi-step, often emotional process. It can be challenging to write personal essays that construct neat narratives. And while we often try our best to get accepted to universities we like and can afford, for many of us, the college application process involves our first explicit experience of rejection and reframing of back-up options as opportunities. In this episode, teens from This Teenage Life talk about their experiences of the college application process, and contributors in college talk about their transition from high school to college. This episode is sponsored by the XQ institute. Check them out at xqsuperschool.org. If you're a student, or even a teacher who may be listening to better understand your students, you can join the conversation at XQ America on social.
A Cyster & Her Mister: A PCOS Lifestyle Podcast
NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback and Neuropsychology
#neurofeedbackpodcast #mentalhealthpodcast #efficacy #job #adhd #depression #anxiety John Mekrut Founder of The Balanced Brain Neurofeedback Training Center, joins Jay Gunkelman the man who has read over 500,000 brains scans, and Dr Mari Swingle The Author of the Best Selling Book iMinds on the Neurofeedback Podcast NeuroNoodle to discuss his experiences with Neurofeedback Practice in his almost 20 years of being in the field In this short clip from the show https://youtu.be/NMpMCkz2KR8 John Mekrut discusses how there can be many elements adding to your anxiety like your job https://www.thebalancedbrain.com/https://www.thebalancedbrain.com/our-team/john-mekrut/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neuronoodle/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neuronoodle/support
Join Chris in this engaging show as he reveals the three essential steps to navigate nervousness when starting your own business. Drawing from his own invaluable experiences, he empowers you with actionable strategies to seize the opportunities hidden within anxiety and transform them into the building blocks of a thriving venture. With a compelling blend of expertise and relatability, Chris shares practical insights that guide you through the initial stages of entrepreneurship. It's time to embrace the present moment, prepare to take decisive action, and embark on a journey towards unprecedented success. Get inspired, motivated, and equipped to turn your nervousness into a launchpad for achievement. The time is now—let's unlock your entrepreneurial potential and chart a path to triumph. Get your Dominate Your Day Book https://chriswarnes.com/book/
Actor, filmmaker, playwright, and entrepreneur Tyler Perry returns to the show to share his turbulent past to encourage that life's toughest challenges are necessary to achieve your dream. Source: Tyler Perry: God's Guidance to Your Dreams (Full Speech) | Praise on TBN Connect with Tyler Perry: Website: https://tylerperry.com Instagram: tylerperry Book: Higher Is Waiting Previous Episodes: 162 | Tyler Perry: "Be A Point Of Light." Hosted by Malikee Josephs (Pronounced Muh leek Jo seffs) Give Me A Shout: Follow Me On Instagram @DepressionDetoxShow. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Support The Show: Donate
"With gratitude, optimism is sustainable." - Michael J. Fox. After watching the documentary "Still" about Michael J. Fox's life and his journey with Parkinson's disease, it becomes apparent that his fearlessness in the face of the unknown, coupled with gratitude, has sustained him and brought meaning to his life as well as the lives of others. I encourage you to listen to this podcast to discover a path towards enjoying the beautiful moments life offers and to cultivate strength and resilience in the face of life's challenges.
Did you feel different when you fell in love? Love does indeed change our brains, and wonderfully, love can even support us with emotional bonding. However, the intensity of love can also have negative effects on the activity within the brain. Today on the podcast, we demystify the brain and practically hack our way through the best ways we can allow our thinking and activities to support us in our goals together! Join Christa with an exclusive look at how to boost your brain with healthy hacks as we sit at the feet of neuroscientist Dr. Krissy Thomas, Ph.D, Enneagram Three. It's a powerful and fun episode as we dissect the very best ways to boost your joy and life together! Learn the hacks around: Why & how crying releases endorphins as stress is released The sympathetic & parasympathetic nervous process Dopamine (our feel-good brain chemical) Serotonin (a mood-boosting brain chemical) Oxytocin (a relationship, "love chemical") Endorphins (natural pain relievers for relieving mood) Mirror neurons and how we can help each other Sleep and its housekeeping role for our life and marriage And SO much more! Show Links: Watch the live interview with Christa and Dr. Krissy on YouTube! Visit Dr. Krissy on her fabulous Instagram for regular brain hacks! Visit Dr. Krissy's website here for more info about her and her life coaching assistance! Contest fun! We invite you to cast your votes of each type on our Instagram account for this episode too for a chance to win a pairing guide for you or a friend here! Head on over to enneagramandmarriage.com to check out all of our Enneagram & Marriage freebies and resources! Instagram: @enneagramandmarriage | @enneagrammarriagepod Facebook @enneagramandmarriage Love what you're learning on E + M? We would be honored if you'd leave a review so others can find us too right here at Apple or on Spotify here!
Running to Win - 15 Minute Edition
Anxiety and a lack of peace can be a barometer of areas of our lives we've refused to commit to God. Only by having the peace of God can a believer withstand the attacks of Satan. In this message, we learn how to receive God's peace. Sometimes, committing everything to God means peace will be mingled with tears. This month's special offer is available for a donation of any amount. Get yours at offerrtw.com or call us at 1-800-215-5001.
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Join me in this insightful episode as I have a very engaging conversation and consultation :) with the amazing Mario Lanzarotti, the founder of the ZenPreneur movement. Mario believes that true entrepreneurial success comes from operating in one's zone of genius with inner peace, balance, and purpose. We uncover the deep-rooted issues behind Imposter syndrome, anxiety and self-doubt that most of us encounter in our day-to-day lives. Mario shares from his wealth of knowledge and experience the mindset hack to overcome and end these negative emotions and develop a more positive mentality towards achieving personal and business growth. Join us in this eye-opener episode where we explore the human mind and emotions and what listening to your own body does. In This Episode: [00:45] Introducing Mario Lanzarotti [02:15] How Mario started in this field. [06:40] Does everyone deal with this? [19:30] Mindset hack to business. [27:40] How do people usually approach? Guest Links and References: Website: https://www.mariolanzarotti.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mario.lanzarotti/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lanzarottimario/ Youtube: https://youtube.com/@mariolanzarotti Email: email@example.com Book Reference: The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
Rebel Whitecoat Podcast|Anxiety Relief|Empowerment|Spirituality
Chloe is a chemical engineer who has dedicated her career to the intersection of science, consciousness, and mental health. She has been a long-time advocate for the transformative power of psychedelic medicine. In addition to her work in psychedelic manufacturing, Chloe also shares her knowledge and experience in the fields of biohacking, mental health, and psychedelics on social media. She is particularly focused on empowering individuals to overcome a wide range of mental health challenges, including ADHD, anxiety, and depression to ultimately unlock the highest version of themselves. Highlights from this episode: Chloe addresses the typical fears around psychedelic use and how to shift your perspective in order to use them in a positive healing way Healing trauma with psilocybin and MDMA The recent research on psychedelic use for major depressive disorder and PTSD Microdosing vs macrodosing Microdosing for ADHD focus How to prepare for a psychedelic journey What a Ayahuasca journey is like and how it can be beneficial for trauma and emotional healing Connect with Chloe on IG or Tiktok: @chloebiohacks Sources mentioned on the show: tripsitters.org thethirdwave.co Thank you Chloe!!! All podcast interview inquiries can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
There's an enormous amount of advice out there in the self-help world…and much of it isn't very good. Jason Wachob, the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen, joins Forrest and Dr. Rick to separate fact from fiction and clarify what really matters. They explore the importance of finding joy in the well-being journey, simple practices that have stood the test of time, and how we can pursue goals in healthy ways. Specific topics include the importance of high-quality sleep, breathing better, sifting through diet and exercise fads, developing a pursuit mindset, hormetic stress, and finding the things that work for you.About our Guest: Jason Wachob is the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen, one of the largest, most influential media brands in the wellness space. He's also the host of the mindbodygreen podcast, and the co-author of The Joy of Well-Being: A practical guide to a happy, healthy, and long life.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics: 0:00: Introduction1:15: Distinguishing well-being from wellness3:50: Healthy change is joyful change7:50: Having a pursuit mindset11:30: Addressing the main objection to well-being14:45: Present moment awareness16:55: Box breathing and sleep22:10: Jason's background, and how identity dictates our behavior32:20: Honoring your inner knowing37:50: Finding your ‘why'42:45: Good stress, and finding what works for you46:40: Vulnerability with others48:55: Feeling connected to the world50:50: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.NEW Offering from Rick! Join Rick and 5 world-renowned teachers – including Dr. Gabor Mate, Tara Brach, and Thupten Jinpa – for The Heart of Compassion, a 5-week online program that will teach you how to access, grow, and apply compassion. Head to rickhanson.net/hoc to learn more, and use code BEINGWELL10 for 10% off. Sponsors:Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need, and deliver the type of experience you want. Head to zocdoc.com/being and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today.Finally get that project off the ground with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/beingwell for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch use coupon code BEINGWELL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website