Hey Seekers! Welcome back - today's episode is a powerful one all about how its not a problem, it's an assignment from your Soul. It is very important to learn how to receive messages from your Soul and higher being. These messages present themselves through our circumstances - sometimes we get signs or receive a message through intuition and other times they are trying to send us a message through struggles and persistent looping patterns. It's time to break the confusion and pattern and get into asking what Spirit is trying to show you. We touch on how to ask for the Spiritual assignment behind your problems/struggles and how to receive the guidance to get clarity on what you need to do, heal, see etc.
Hello seeker! Welcome back - this is a short and fun episode talking all about 10 things you start to experience when you start to align with your soul and step into your purpose. Imagine waking up to a life where you feel deeply at peace and certain of your purpose. Where each morning, the sun pours through the trees and into your bedroom window and you take a deep breath, deeply grateful for the life you have created. You stretch gently, make some fresh coffee and find yourself giddy just because you get to live this beautiful life. ✨ This is the life where your heart's desires guide your journey. ✨ This is the life where you free yourself of the past and be all that you're meant to be. ✨ This is the life where you become aligned with your Soul & On Purpose. You can awaken your soul's blueprint, stepping into the freedom, peace, confidence, and magnetism you've always craved - and it starts with understanding and remembering your purpose.
Welcome back seeker! Today we are deep diving into purpose and I cant wait! We are talking about you highest purpose, your personal evolution purpose, helping others and so much more! We go pretty deep into the meaning of life, how we come here to evolve and so much more as we explore the topic of your purpose.
Content warning: Please note this episode includes a brief discussion of gun violence at minute 16 and minute 19. Take care as you listen. On this episode of INCOGNITO the podcast, Michael interviews Laura Coe. Laura was born in Chicago and found her calling in philosophy, which she studied at Brandeis as well as in graduate school at Tufts University. After realizing she didn't want to pursue academia, she went on to become a healthcare tech entrepreneur. When Laura came across the Akashic Records — a way to systematically deepen the connection to your authentic voice — she found that the wisdom of the Records changed the trajectory of her work, and she used it to author The Nature of series and to found The Little Soul School. Her writing has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Inc., Through Catalog, The New York Observer, and more. Key Takeaways: Own your identity, but know you're not your labels Find a balance between authentic passion and success Sustained long-term happiness comes from a connection to self and something bigger than self We are all interconnected You are not your thoughts, your brain is just one tool at your disposal __ Laura's Media Recommendations: The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle (book) The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz (book) Spiritual teacher Adyashanti (author) __ Find Laura's work: Laura's website: https://lauracoe.com/ The Art of Authenticity: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-art-of-authenticity/id1078757977 __ For more of Michael's work, visit our website www.incognitotheplay.com or follow us on Instagram @incognitotheplay __ Thanks to Ned Doheny for providing our podcast music! You can find him and his music on Spotify. Editing and co-production of this podcast by Emma Yarger. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or comments about the show!
The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara In this episode, we cover "A New Earth - Chapter 1, Section 2 The Flowering of Human Consciousness - The Purpose of This Book" by Eckhart Tolle Chapter 1, Section 1 The Flowering of Human Consciousness - Evocation Gilda Simonet and Barbara Wainwright have been studying Eckhart Tolle's work for ages. For the podcast purposes, we plan to go through the book from start to finish, reading only one section at a time. There are 122 sections of the book! Join our Facebook Group "The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara" https://www.facebook.com/groups/1198508710731040 Contribute to our show here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/support Learn more about Barbara Wainwright and our Coaching Courses here: http://www.LifeCoachTrainingOnline.com 800-711-4346 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/support
Hi Seekers! You're in for a treat! Today I am sitting down with Raj Gorsia! Raj would summarize himself as an alchemist, someone who likes to mix modalities and turn them into one unified approach for helping people to thrive. He is a leader with many titles, he's an ICF qualified Coach, mindfulness teacher, retreat host, kundalini yoga mentor, business coach, qualified fitness and nutrition expert, and a huge traveler. He's been to nearly 50 countries, and works remotely. Today we are diving deep into finding your inner peace, inner Zen and mastering the art of being in that place even when life is not what you want it to be. We also talk about Enlightened Leadership, why he feels so passionate about it and how to become the leader you are meant to be through your gift, talents and natural expression. FIND RAJ Website: withraj.com Other Links To Find Raj: linktr.ee/consciousness . FIND TALIA Activated 8 Week Signature Manifestation Program >> taliajoymanifestation.thrivecart.com/activated
You are ready for more and you know it.. but you're at the point where your SOUL is calling for what you want so bad - but your HEAD feels stuck and totally unsure what to do. The point in which your drive to manifest the things you want directly meets your limits and frustrations.
In this episode, I speak with Chris Cirak on the topic of self-limiting beliefs, a growth mindset, resilience and mindfulness.★ Chris' Bio: ★ My awakening suddenly accelerated in 2015, when I realized all the things society says lead to happiness, didn't. Chasing outcome after outcome left me feeling empty and burnt out. There had to be a better way to live life.It turns out there is. You can nurture the external world only for so long before your inner life starves for attention. My book, Be You – The Journey of Self-Realization, lays the foundation for my insights and teachings.I have learned from many of the luminaries of our time, including Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Brian Weiss, Alan Watts, Joseph Campbell, A Course in Miracles, Law of Attraction, and many others who have inspired me along the way.I'm a graduate of the Eckhart Tolle School of Awakening, a facilitator of Eckhart Tolle retreats, and certified by the World Yoga Alliance (YACEP).Connect with Chris:https://cirak.com/https://www.instagram.com/chriscirak/https://twitter.com/chriscirakhttps://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisCirak
In this podcast episode, I will show you a way to reduce or even completely stop your suffering during difficult times by using the power of acceptance. Additionally, I want to demonstrate why acceptance is also essential for a succesful deliberate manifestor / co-creator because it helps us release resistance and build momentum with our manifestations. The book, that I mentioned in this episode:English: Eckhart Tolle - The Power of NowGerman: Eckhart Tolle: Jetzt!To book coaching with me or check out my self-study courses, go to my webpage: https://www.alignwithbuko.com/offeringsFollow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/alignwithbukoSubscribe to my newsletter for freebies and other nice suprises (no spam!), also go to my webpage and scroll down: www.alignwithbuko.com
The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara In this episode, we cover "A New Earth, Awakening To Your Life's Purpose" by Eckhart Tolle Chapter 1, Section 1 The Flowering of Human Consciousness - Evocation Gilda Simonet and Barbara Wainwright have been studying Eckhart Tolle's work for ages. For the podcast purposes, we plan to go through the book from start to finish, reading only one section at a time. There are 122 sections of the book! Join our Facebook Group "The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara" https://www.facebook.com/groups/1198508710731040 Contribute to our show here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/support Learn more about Barbara Wainwright and our Coaching Courses here: http://www.LifeCoachTrainingOnline.com 800-711-4346 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/support
Belonging to Life: The Journey of Awakening with Mary O'Malley acknowledged Leader in the Field of Awakening “Belonging to Life” offers an invitation into the rapture of being alive — the joy of belonging to a greater process and the deep healing of being present in our own lives. Mary O'Malley explores ways to cultivate this by sharing stories, ideas and techniques that invite us into this wondrous place that we knew when we were very young. For most of our existence we have lived in afterthoughts and projections, a dream laid over the magic, wonder and mystery of the living moment. What we truly desire is direct, intimate contact with life the moment that it appears out of Mystery, for this is the only place that is totally real, truly vibrant and completely alive. It holds all the love we dream of and is where we can again engage creatively with the awesome unfolding that is our lives. To know moments of opening out of fear and separateness into the fullness of life transforms our whole experience. We discover safety, joy, creativity, compassion for ourselves and others, and we rediscover the wholeness that we truly are and the greater process that we are part of. Mary O'Malley is an author, counselor, speaker and awakening mentor whose work awakens others to the joy of being fully alive. Her inspired and transformative approach to working with the challenges of Life offers a way to replace fear, hopelessness and struggle with ease, well-being and joy. As a result of a traumatic childhood, Mary was lost in a labyrinth of self-hatred, confusion, compulsions and despair, when one spring morning she walked into a yoga seminar. As soon as the teacher began to speak, Mary became intensely alert and deeply fascinated. As she listened to what he had to say, it felt like her life had been lived inside of a B grade, black and white horror movie, and all of a sudden it became a full color, four-star movie. She felt vibrant and alive, curious rather than reactive, compassionate rather than judgmental, and trusting rather than fearing. Although she returned to ordinary consciousness when she left the room, this awakening continued to work in the depths of Mary's being, setting her on the path to changing her whole relationship with Life. She was freed from a lifelong addiction to struggle and opened into the joy and the wonder of being fully awake to Life. Since then, she has dedicated her life to helping others heal themselves by seeing and releasing what blocks them from Life's joy. Through her individual counseling, books, classes, retreats, ongoing groups and radio show, Mary invites people to discover the joy and the safety of being truly here for Life. https://maryomalley.com/ She is acknowledged as a leader in the field of Awakening by many, including Neale Donald Walsch, Jeff Foster, Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield, Stephen Levine, and Christiana Northrup. Eckhart Tolle says, “Thank you, Mary, for your contribution to the evolution of human consciousness.” Mary clearly sees both the big picture and the details of human patterns and conditioning. Not only possessing an extraordinary ability to understand and connect with people, she also is skilled in empowering them around the challenges of Life in a way that results in greater inner awareness and a fuller capacity for joy. She is deeply committed to helping people heal their inner wars, so that they can become a part of the healing of our planet. Listen to Mary's Radio Show “What's In Your Way IS the Way with Mary O'Malley” on Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network Thursdays 8am & 8pmET part of our Evolutionary Voices for the Quantum Age See here: https://dreamvisions7radio.com/whats-in-your-way-is-the-way/ Call In and Chat with Deborah during Live Show: 833-220-1200 or 319-527-2638 Learn more about Deborah here: www.lovebyintuition.com
Welcome to the special event! Today is Day Two of Healing To Manifest - a 2 day deep dive on healing what holds you back to manifest the abundance, freedom and ease what you are made for.
In this episode of the Disruptive Successor Show, delves into the complex world of ego management in leadership with guest Christie Garcia, a seasoned leadership coach. They explore the three main ego types: Complier, Controller, and Protector, and discuss how each can either hinder or enhance collaboration within a leadership team. Christie emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, ownership, and ego management for effective leadership and teamwork. The conversation provides valuable insights and strategies for improving communication, alignment, and accountability in any organization.They delve deep into the intricacies of ego dynamics within family businesses, shedding light on how ego mindsets can impact relationships both at work and at home. Christie shares her expertise on recognizing and managing ego behaviors, fostering effective communication, and ultimately achieving success in family enterprises.KEY TAKEAWAYSEgo Management Impacts Every Aspect of Life: Ego dynamics play a significant role in various aspects of life, including family businesses, relationships, friendships, and more. Understanding and managing your ego is essential for healthier interactions.Family Businesses and Ego: In family businesses, ego behaviors can become more pronounced due to the intertwined nature of work and personal life. Ego-driven conflicts and communication challenges can impact both the family and the business.Ego Types Aren't Gender-Specific: Ego types (controllers and compliers) are not limited to specific genders. Men and women can exhibit either ego type, and it's essential to avoid falling into gender-based stereotypes.Transparency Is Crucial: Transparent communication is vital within family businesses. Recognizing and addressing ego behaviors openly can lead to more productive and meaningful interactions, both at work and at home.Modern Leadership Approach: Ego management offers a modern approach to leadership. It focuses on fostering self-awareness, effective communication, trust-building, and alignment within the organization.Value of Vulnerability: Embracing vulnerability and addressing ego dynamics can lead to more fulfilling relationships and increased productivity in the workplace. Vulnerability is a sign of courage and strength, not weakness.Learning from Thought Leaders: Christie recommends thought leaders like Brené Brown for her research on vulnerability and Eckhart Tolle for his insights on presence and mindfulness. Different messages resonate with different people, so exploring various sources can be valuable.Stay Curious and Open-Minded: When learning or listening to new information, stay curious without judgment. Extract what resonates with you and be open to diverse perspectives to enhance personal growth and understanding.QUOTES"Self-awareness is the key to all of it. If you are not aware of what you do, you cannot change what you do.""No one is bad for their ego. We can actually learn to work with it, manage it, and call it out as a team without getting someone defensive.""Perception is not truth, but it is reality.""It's most likely you're losing one person's value, and one or two of them are dominating over the vision and the plan.""As a leader, it's still just as bad. There's just as much drama that comes with that one. It just looks different.""When we start bringing our true selves and our ego dynamics to the table, we no longer get defensive and can have more meaningful conversations." - Christie Garcia"Ego management is a modern approach to leadership that can transform an organization's culture and productivity." - Christie Garcia"The beauty of learning and awareness is staying curious without judgment, allowing us to extract value from various sources." - Christie GarciaConnect with Christie Garcia and check out her work through the links below.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christiegarcia/Website: https://www.mindfulchoiceacademy.com/If you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review, and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com
Welcome back! Today I am sharing 10 things that I do when I feel off and need to shift my vibe and move through the dense feelings! I hope that these resonate with you and I can't wait to hear which ones you try - reach out to me on IG instagram.com/taliajoymanifestation.
Welcome back! Today I am sitting down with Krishnanand and we are talking about all the eternal truths, deep wisdom and how to live in surrender, peace and soul alignment. Krishnanand shares in depth about his NDE (near death experience), what he learned and how life has been since then. Some of the things he touches on are... - his near death experience story - how to find true peace and love - how there are only two ways - divine and not. - how to surrender to divine will and so much more. . FIND KRISHNANAND Website (find is books and community here!): withintheportal.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61550116573370 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@withintheportal Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/withintheportal/ . FIND TALIA How I Can Help You >> taliajoymanifestation.com/connecting IG: instagram.com/taliajoymanifestation FB: facebook.com/taliajoymanifestation TikTok: tiktok.com/@taliajoymanifestation COMING UP... Activated 8 Week Signature Manifestation Program Waitlist >> taliajoymanifestation.thrivecart.com/activated Healing To Manifest Free Event - /taliajoymanifestation.thrivecart.com/healing Manifest Now Workshop - taliajoymanifestation.thrivecart.com/manifestnow .
What if you could harness your trauma to grow? You can. Listen in as Steve shares the silver lining of what we've been through - the past that sometimes feel so painful. A truly transformational episode with conversation and poetry to help us tap into who we truly are underneath our trauma.Steve reads two poems from his book The Clear Light. And the transformation through turmoil material and his examples are from his book Extraordinary Awakenings. Steve Taylor is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Beckett University, and the author of several best-selling books on psychology and spirituality. He is a past chair of the Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society. His new book is Extraordinary Awakenings: When Trauma Leads to Transformation, and his other books include The Clear Light, Out of the Darkness, Back to Sanity, The Calm Center, The Leap and Spiritual Science. His books have been published in 20 languages, while his articles and essays have been published in over 100 academic journals, magazines and newspapers. He regularly appears in the media in the UK, and has been recently featured on Radio 4's The Moral Maze, BBC Breakfast, Radio FiveLive and TalkRadio. He writes blog articles for Scientific American and for Psychology Today. Eckhart Tolle has described his work as ‘an important contribution to the shift in consciousness which is happening on our planet at present.' Steve lives in Manchester, England, with his wife and three young children.https://www.stevenmtaylor.com/https://www.facebook.com/stevetaylorauthorhttps://www.facebook.com/stevetaylorauthorhttps://www.youtube.com/user/stevetaylorauthor/https://www.pinterest.com/stevetaylor1420/steve-taylor/
Hello seeker! Welcome back to the show! Today I am talking about if overwhelm, triggers and anxiety mess with your manifestations and HOW to navigate them so that they don't f with your vibes! When our energy is up and down, our results will be up and down HOWEVER in this episode I am offering a hack to use when you are triggers, overwhelmed or anxious so that you can still manifest and move forward. This episode is intended to give you power to create/manifest your desires EVEN WHEN you are overwhelmed or feeling anxious or triggered. I can't wait to support you in the journey - you're doing an amazing job!
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/z2wDPB6W9q0 "Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it." - Eckhart Tolle via InspiringQuotes.com The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer My interview on the Black Writer Therapy podcast - The Write Women Book Festival Novelists, Inc. (NINC) The Muse Writers Center workshops: Building a World Around Your Characters & Plot and Fantasy Worldbuilding Author websites by me: https://theauthor.digital/ Joy Harris GoFundMe The My Imaginary Friends podcast is a weekly, behind the scenes look at the journey of a working author navigating traditional and self-publishing. Join fantasy and paranormal romance author L. Penelope as she shares insights on the writing life, creativity, inspiration, and this week's best thing. Subscribe and view show notes at: https://lpenelope.com/podcast | Get the Footnotes newsletter - https://myimaginaryfriends.net Support the show - http://frolic.media/podcasts! Stay in touch with me! Website | Instagram | Facebook Music credit: Say Good Night by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/SZkVShypKgM Affiliate Disclosure: I may receive compensation for links to products on this site either directly or indirectly via affiliate links. Heartspell Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.
Martin Theis is a spiritual teacher who focuses on the art of shamanic journeys and the application of the Medicine Wheel, a holistic approach to finding well-being, balance and inner peace in life. His coaching practice Light Trails Co.'s mission is to assist others on their journey from suffering to joy. He helps people with seeing life itself as the greatest teacher. He is a facilitator in a high vibration. In his own life, that doesn't come as easily.Martin has learned from his encounters. He sees himself as a student. He asks how he may serve and how can he be more loving. As a spiritual teacher, he finds inspiration and growth in his personal life. He has been studying with Eckhart Tolle about Presence. Over the last year, he has been in many conversations about shamanic journeys. These shamanic journeys are not always plant medicine-induced. Martin does shamanic journeys that are not plant medicine-induced. His teaching is from the Great Plains Lakota. They use the drum to facilitate their journey into non-ordinary reality. In North American shamanic journeys, there is less plant medicine usage for approaching the shamanic journey. The non-ordinary reality is similar to dreaming - the context of reality is not ruled by the physical laws. They can communicate with plants or animals, and they can shape shift into animals and beings, and learn from different aspects that they are meeting in this journey. They can do this astral travel while their bodies are still in the physical reality. Depending on the journey, they may or may not be noticed.He has gone through this life before and desires to help others find empowerment. He is in the process of building a decentralized network of non-profit organizations that aim at building low entrance barrier refuges for people to find healing and regeneration all around the world. People can go to ayurvedic clinics, but they are expensive. The vision was to build a sanctuary in Hawaii. Others may be interested in building similar spaces. There can be different locations that people can learn different tools. There are different approaches. Martin uses coffee as an income to set up the sanctuary - as opposed to raising donations. The network can support each other in building these spaces without the need to follow certain rules. We carry wounds and we need more places to heal. This network can help change that paradigm. As a spiritual coach, he helps his clients and the people around him through Presence in combination with shamanic education. He lives with purpose and incorporates a strong set of values that are the result of his journey and experiences. His life is a statement of love and being of service. His heart feels most alive when he is in Hawaii and near the Pacific Ocean. The feeling, the energy feels like home. The Aloha spirit is the core of the community - making sure everyone has enough. There is a high frequency, a lot of energy there. Surrender to it or leave.Martin used to try to run from the pain and to find remedies, peace or happiness elsewhere. The opportunity to reinvent himself was appealing. A new environment and exploration helped him to let go and find peace. He used to hate Germany (where he came from), but now when he returns to Germany, he sees the beauty of it. Martin can find compassion there now. Coming back helped him to find more peace with himself. Martin values animals. He does not consume animal products where animal exploitation is involved. It breaks his heart to see the state that a lot of plants and animals have been in. He chooses to stand up for the things he believes in because he sees something that is not right. He does his best to not add to that.Support the showDonate – CelesteFrazier.com
"Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness" says Eckhart Tolle. Knowing and living from this truth helps you let go of trying to resist or control. The more we see life's experiences as opportunities for growth, awakening, and evolving, the more ease we feel. The more we can simply be and allow and be present for moments of life and people we share life with. Our minds can get caught in thought patterns around judging, trying, seeking, comparing, ruminating, regretting, labeling, judging, or anything else which takes us away from the present moment. You are right where you need to be. Experiences are coming up to help you grow and lean in to who you are made to be, to serve, to love, and evolve. You will experience greater well-being, prosperity, and meaning day by day, moment by moment as you live from this truth and simply be. Thanks for listening! Please subscribe, share, and give to this podcast to help it grow. The light in me honors the light in you. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/life-recipes/support
Trung K Vu is a very successful Vietnamese financial advisor in America. They were survivors from Vietnam and were rescued by the US Navy during the fall of Saigon. Throughout his life, he struggled to make money and be happy. He always wanted more and to be more. Even though he was successful, he was still unhappy. He listened to renowned success motivational speakers but he felt it wasn't enough so he took a more spiritual view of the world through Eckhart Tolle and other spiritual leaders. He realized that life is a balance between the physical world and the spiritual world. Life is not black or white; there has to be a balance. We are here to contribute to the world and live life to the fullest. Trung wrote the international best-selling book “How to Set Your Sail and Let God Provide the Wind: How to Work with God to Create a Life of Success and Happiness and to Reach Your Goals with Ease” to guide us through our journey of life and Beyond. To help us find our purpose, reach our goals, and live a happy and fulfilled life that we only dreamt of. Get The Book: https://amzn.to/3EgIXU8 ► Luxury Women Handbag Discounts: https://www.theofficialathena.... ► Become an Equus Coach®: https://equuscoach.com/?rfsn=7... ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH58... ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/po... ► Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSa... ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1lov... ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsa... ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog #atlanta #ashsaidit #theashsaiditshow #ashblogsit #ashsaidit®
Hey Seeker! Welcome back to the show - today we are talking about conscious and subconscious reprogramming and the power of the BRAIN! This was a step I overlooked for a long time because it seemed daunting, mysterious and unknown. Avoiding it caused me looping patterns, self sabotage and stay stuck! I want to save you years of looping patterns by breaking down the power of re-programming and some ways to do it!
Today's episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Hey everybody, hope your summer was frickin' great. We're working on all-new episodes of A Little Bit Culty, coming in hot ANY DAY now, but for this sultry, late summery time we wanted to revisit our cool, culty archives and put together some mashups of our greatest hits for you. We'll be back soon with all new cult-busting content, and we're dropping fresh new episodes every week on Patreon in the meantime. Until we meet in the feed again - here's our first Summer Remix featuring some of our PERSONAL favorite interviews of all time. So let's do this shall we? —— If you're a cult member, you hate them… but if you're a fan of A Little Bit Culty, you can'thelp but love the three cult-busting guests we are featuring on today's episode. First up is the Amanda Montell, a writer, language scholar, and the author of two critically acclaimed books: Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism and Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to Taking Back the English Language (HarperWave). Her books have earned praise from The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and others, and Amanda is currently developing Wordslut for television with FX Studios. Amanda's writing has been featured in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, Refinery29, and Who What Wear, where she formerly served as the Features & Beauty Editor. She is also the creator and co-host of the comedy-cult podcast, Sounds Like A Cult. Next is actor, activist, and epic badass Evan Rachel Wood whose impressive AF resume also includes: “Most likely to be hideously trolled by the Marilyn Manson stans of the world.” If you've seen the HBO Max mini-series Phoenix Rising which chronicles her fight to break away from the rocker formerly known as Brian Warner, you've already seen the culty wafting offa that dude like a bad cologne. We caught up with Evan to talk about her journey to hell and back, how she's doing now, and why she won't ever stop blowing the whistle on complete fuckery. As a note to our listeners, and our lawyers, Mr. Manson has repeatedly denied multiple sexual assault allegations from multiple women and is currently suing Evan for defamation over the accusations, claiming it's all part of an elaborate organized attack. Please note that conversations like the one you're about to hear can be traumatizing for abuse survivors. Listen to this episode with caution, and if you or anyone you know needs support, see our site for free resources. Also please note that we love Evan Rachel Wood and believe her without reservation. Sorry, not fucking sorry Manson Stans. Finally - and perhaps most controversially – is Ekhart Tolle – who is widely recognized as one of the most inspiring spiritual leaders in the world. His international bestsellers have been translated into 52 languages. And we can't verify this, but he might be one of the MOST quoted and/or misquoted contemporary spiritual gurus ever. Also, for the record, our listeners had a LOVE/HATE reaction to this guest. Can't please everybody! Let us know what you think. Also… Let it be known far and wide, loud and clear that… The views and opinions expressed on A Little Bit Culty do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the podcast. Any content provided by our guests, bloggers, sponsors or authors are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, group, club, organization, business individual, anyone or anything. Nobody's mad at you, just don't be a culty fuckwad. Other Links: Check out our lovely sponsors Join ‘A Little Bit Culty' on Patreon Get poppin' fresh ALBC Swag Support the pod and smash this link Cult awareness and recovery resources CREDITS: Executive Producers: Sarah Edmondson & Anthony Ames Production Partner: Citizens of Sound Producer: Will Retherford Senior Producer: Jess Tardy Writer: Holly Zadra Theme Song: “Cultivated” by Jon Bryant co-written with Nygel Asselin
Hello seeker! Welcome back to the show. Today we are talking about The Tipping Point - a powerful place in manifestation, growth and transformation. The Tipping Point is a catalyst for change and a good sign that you're evolving and expanding! In this episode I break down how to best navigate this place, what the Universe is calling you to do when you're in this place and what to expect as you move forward in your manifestation and transformation journey.
Visit us at shapedbydog.com Has there ever been a time when things didn't go as planned in dog training or in life? Or, not only that, but the outcome was the opposite of what you intended? We're going deep on how to handle these setbacks with resilience, grit, grace, and a solid Plan B in place. I'm also sharing my favorite books on boosting mental agility, reframing perceptions, letting go of outcomes, and turning obstacles in dog training to your advantage. In this episode you'll hear: • How to overcome adversity and use it to your advantage in dog training. • About This!'s setbacks that made us both better. • The importance of having a Plan B. • How self-talk influences our Belief Loops. • Examples of ego-driven dog trainers. • That dog training is not art, it's science. • The importance of being mentally agile. • How to reframe negative experiences into positive. • About Decaff and highlighting a dog's strengths. • About detaching from outcomes. • Why trophies are never my goal. • The importance of celebrations. • My 11 growth mindset book recommendations. • The 5 keys to Pivots, Plan A's and Plan B's in dog training. • The top 3 “big picture” goals for happy dogs. • Why I don't give extra energy to negative experiences. Susan's Recommended Reading: 1.*Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck - https://geni.us/mindset-book 2.*The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work by Shawn Achor - https://geni.us/happiness-shawn-achor 3.*The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph by Ryan Holiday - https://geni.us/the-obstacle-book 4.*The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle - https://geni.us/power-of-now-book 5.*Atomic Habits by James Clear - https://geni.us/atomic_habits 6.*The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg - https://geni.us/power-of-habit-book 7.*Man's Search For Meaning by Victor E Frankl - https://geni.us/search-meaning-book 8.*The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran - https://geni.us/the-prophet-book 9.*Choose Wonder Over Worry by Amber Rae - https://geni.us/wonder-over-worry 10.*Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment by George Leonard - https://geni.us/mastery-keys-book 11.*Unbeatable Mind: Forge Resiliency and Mental Toughness to Succeed at an Elite Level by Mark Divine - https://geni.us/unbeatable-mind Resources: 1. Podcast Episode 203: Reactive, Unmotivated and Fearful: Finding Resiliency For This! Beyond Dog Training Part 1 - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/203/ 2. Podcast Episode 204: Dog Behavior And Diet: Recovery For This! Beyond Dog Training Part 2 - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/204/ 3. Podcast Episode 117: What's More Important Than Your Dog Training Sessions? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/117/ 4. Podcast Episode 195: Making Your Mind Your Most Powerful Dog Training Tool - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/195/ 5. Podcast Episode 224: Unleashing Fluency In Dog Training: Cracking The Canine Communication Code - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/224/ 6. YouTube Playlist: Susan Garrett's Dog Training Philosophy and Training Processes - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy2An5_3KqDPqFVV6J6dYsYx&si=mBX_dTYLW-bOwZ4N 7. YouTube Playlist: Fearful Dogs Help with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy0KAsqgnkMWv0v-5JGjNQG_&si=lJEm5QEVKP6vj2lY 8. YouTube Playlist: Reactive or Aggressive Dogs: Key Insights with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy0Tbd6ZybIXgJk3mtpBLLk7&si=_ENedax59O8px3mY 9. Podcast Episode 147: Teach Your Dog To Listen Off Leash And Far Away - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/147/ 10. YouTube Video: Catch Your Runaway Dog! Stop Chasing And Do This In An Emergency - https://youtu.be/PLJoIAz9CeI?si=n4W8QTJptx_biv0P 11. Podcast Episode 41: Get a Behaved Dog by Celebrating Milestones! - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/41/ 12. Podcast Episode 58: How to Create Kid Friendly Dogs and Dog Friendly Kids - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/58/ 13. YouTube Video: Calm Your Reactive Or Anxious Dog And Reduce Your Stress About Lunging, Barking, Growling - https://youtu.be/TmaR58eVdEY?si=j0Z56e04RHU5AMiC 14. Podcast Episode 114: Dog Agility Training: 3 Big Mistakes All Dog Owners Should Avoid - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/114/ 15. YouTube Playlist: Exercising Your Dog's Body and Mind: Tips and Games with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1ISzbaoCNh0NyLg3qgDG58&si=MVOTn0zwAi5P32BR 16. Podcast Episode 150: Adding Mindset To Your Dog Training Tools: Who Do You Become? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/150/ 17. Podcast Episode 218: Puppy Development Stages And Your Dog's Behavior - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/218/ 18. Podcast Episode 78: How to Train a Rescue Dog with Behavior Problems - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/78/ 19. Podcast Episode 139: Remove Confusion And Build Your Dog's Confidence With One Simple Dog Training Habit - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/139/ 20. Podcast Episode 186: 2 Types Of Connection With Dogs: Dog Agility And Daily Life Case Studies - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/186/ 21. Podcast Episode 198: What Does “Positive Is Not Permissive” Really Mean In Dog Training? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/198/ 22. Podcast Episode 71: Pro Dog Trainer's Secret to Help Your Naughty Dog - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/71/ 23. YouTube Playlist: The Heart / Mind Connection Side of Dog Training with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1ruLW0CujlHgzCiTLK2Rfh&si=y6BTuGyLJMlUy72E 24. YouTube Playlist: Puppy Essentials with Susan Garrett Dog Training - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy2hywpv3Md3HbWWPPbVF8W5&si=sygo7WiU4QTO1tOd 25. Podcast Episode 227: My Foolproof Strategy To Overcoming Dog Training Challenges - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/227/ 26. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/cC6MXgZaGD0 *Amazon Links Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Susan only recommends products she uses herself, and all opinions expressed here are her own. The link above is an affiliate link that, at no additional cost to you, we may earn a small commission if you decide to buy from it. Thank you!
In this week's episode, host Light Watkins delves into the remarkable journey of Tami Simon, the visionary founder of Sounds True – the publishing company responsible for bringing Light's 4th book, Travel Light, into the world. Tami's unconventional path began while working at a greasy Chinese restaurant, ultimately leading her to heed an inner calling and start recording spiritual teachers in her town. This catalytic decision paved the way for the birth of Sounds True, where Tami collaborated with a business-savvy partner to publish influential works by spiritual luminaries such as Eckhart Tolle and Michael Singer. Uncovering the essence of Tami's journey, the episode explores the mission behind Sounds True and its commitment to amplifying messages that resonate as authentically true. Light engages in a conversation with Tami, unveiling insights into the heart of Sounds True, its initiatives, and the enduring relevance of her story, even though the original interview dates back to 2021. You are invited to join in and draw inspiration from Tami's profound narrative, reaffirming the transformative power of embracing authenticity on the path to purpose.
As your friendly guide through the thorny path of acceptance, I'm Life Coach Jen, here to share insights on the human brain's inherent resistance to change and the trials that come with it. Drawing from personal experiences and the wisdom of Eckhart Tolle, I'll help you understand why accepting reality, particularly in the wake of life-altering events like divorce or betrayal, can feel like an uphill battle.Embark on a transformative journey with me as we delve deeper into the realm of acceptance and letting go. I'll share my own struggles with divorce, the tough choices I had to make, and how accepting my reality became the key to unlocking a life of purpose. You'll learn how to wield courage and discipline to accept your circumstances, how our judgement of others often mirrors our own truth, and the importance of owning your actions when embracing your reality. So, gear up as we embark on this path to creating our own 'Happily Even After'.Please follow me on instagram and facebook @happilyevenaftercoach and if you want to see what coaching is all about I offer a free 30 min. clarity call via zoom. Email me: email@example.com for any comments or questions. Thanks for listening, please like and review as well as share with your family and friends. My website is www.lifecoachjen.com
Michele Byrne is a figurative Plein Air painter known for her social scenes and palette knife work. Michele is originally an East Coast girl, born in 1959 in Reading, PA, she spent her childhood growing up in the countryside. She was, she says, a tomboy enjoying the outdoors, but her real passion began as a small child drawing and painting, showing an early talent that was recognized by her teachers. Her parents, Sam and Fay, encouraged her artistic leaning and as the third of three children she was encouraged with art classes and given the freedom to follow her passion. At the tender age of eight, Michele decided she loved art so much that she wanted to become an artist. From 1977-1981 she attended Kutztown University in Pennsylvania from where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Communication Design, and Minor in Illustration/Painting. While she only took one class in mechanical drawing it was to prove invaluable in learning perspective, which has helped her with painting buildings. As a graphic designer, Michele made her way to New York but it wasn't long before she realized she wanted to be her own boss. While marriage and raising a family would take over her life, once she divorced she discovered a freedom to pursue her career as an artist. Michele has held numerous exhibitions and solo shows, winning awards around the U.S. She is also a sought-after instructor offering plein-air workshops both online and in person across the United States, Mexico and Europe. Michele is also the author of two books entitled The Art of Conversation. In 2020, Michele moved to Sante Fe, New Mexico and is an active member of its flourishing art community. She has two sons, Colin and Seamus who have inherited her artistic gene.Host: Chris StaffordFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMichele's website:https://www.michelebyrne.com/Instagram @michelebyrneartWomen artists whose work Michele admires:Ann GaleAimee EricksonZoe FrankMary CassattBerte MorisotGene KlossGeorgia O'KeefeElaine De KooningFrida KahloMichele's Playlist:Pink Floyd,Neil Young and Reggae Music Buddha BarHealthy living podcastsJay Shetty,Chase Jarvis,Eckhart Tolle (newest Fav is Dr. Joe Dispenza on meditation and manifesting what you want into your life)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4769409/advertisement
Hello Seeker! Welcome back to the show! Today I am sharing some of the stuff that has been coming up for me, what it's been teaching me and my perspective on how this whole experience works. I am sharing about how some recent, deep triggers have been surfacing and how I am grateful to be on this path and 100% SEE + KNOW that these things come up as a response to the things we are desiring. I hope this serves you!
“By recommending that we balance our choices in biological (diet and exercise), psychological (stress control), social (relationships) and spiritual components in our lives, (Dr. Daniel Amen) provides a desperately needed roadmap to maximize brain health.” Joseph C Maroon, MD from Dr. Daniel Amen's book, The End of Mental Illness that we will dive deeper into on today's episode. On today's episode #301 we will cover: ✔ A review of EP #128 of Dr. Daniel Amen's book, The End of Mental Illness. ✔ An overview of Season 10 with Mental and Physical Health at the Top of Our List. ✔ What do Dr. Caroline Leaf and Dr. Daniel Amen have in common this month? ✔ How Andrea first learned about Dr. Leaf's work, and where they both spoke together. ✔ What Dr. Amen is focused on TODAY. ✔ What Dr. Leaf is focused on TODAY. ✔ How we can better prepare ourselves to help our next generation with their mental and physical health. ✔ The 4 circles of Wellness. ✔ How to Manage Our Mind Using Dr. Leaf and Dr. Amen's work together. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we connect the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (that's finally being taught in our schools today) and emotional intelligence training (used in our modern workplaces) for improved well-being, achievement, productivity and results—using what I saw as the missing link (since we weren't taught this when we were growing up in school), the application of practical neuroscience. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and an educator with a passion for learning and launched this podcast 5 years ago with the goal of bringing ALL the leading experts together (in one place) to uncover the most current research that would back up how the brain learns best, taking us ALL to new, and often unimaginable heights. INTRODUCTION: For today's episode, #301, and in keeping with our Season Theme of Going Back to the Basics, I'm going back to EPISODE #128[i] A Review of Dr. Daniel Amen's Book The End of Mental Illness to see if we can dive deeper here, and add more to this episode than the 6 steps we covered two years ago for improving our brain health, which we know is integral for our mental health. As I'm looking back over our past episodes, you can see a graphic in the show notes of the direction I want to take us moving forward as we go back over some of our past Brain Fact Fridays and see what we can add to them, or what's new, to move us forward. When we first launched this podcast, I had a vision of connecting the most current brain research that I called Neuroscience 101 to our 6 social and emotional learning competencies to improve our well-being, productivity and results. PUTTING OUR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH FIRST: Now, in Season 10 we've all graduated from the basics, and are building on this knowledge together, and I'm noticing what's IMPORTANT that needs to be at the Top of our list moving forward. These important topics I've called Neuroscience 202 that will take us deeper than where we first began and I've put Mental and Physical Health at the top of our list. MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: Just a reminder that I am not a medical doctor, and if you are struggling with your mental health, please do consult with a medical doctor. I'm not offering medical advice here, but am sharing the results I've personally obtained from studying and applying the tips that Dr. Daniel Amen suggests in his book The End of Mental Illness and then will connect his work to Dr. Carolyn Leaf's. My hope is that the strategies we uncover can help others, who might find themselves stuck, with some NEW ideas that I've used myself to access peace of mind, during times of high stress. And with the goal that once we master these strategies ourselves, that we extend them to others to help them with whatever they might be struggling with. This specifically includes our children. CONNECTING DR. AMEN TO DR. CAROLINE LEAF: When I looked back at my review of Dr. Daniel Amen's book The End of Mental Illness, that I covered in May of 2021, I wondered what I could add to this episode, to take our understanding a bit deeper when it comes to taking control of our mental health. This is Dr. Amen's life's work. He has been on a mission to take the stigma out of term Mental Illness for decades. He says most of us will have a mental health issue in our lifetime—and that “normal” is a myth..that 51% of us will have a mental health issue (post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, addiction, an eating disorder)”[ii] which shows me clearly that it's more normal to have a problem, than not. This became obvious to me when I started asking some trauma experts, and even past podcast guests, about what strategies they have used for their own children to help with the pressures they face in today's world. They all gave me tips and ideas, telling me that anxiety and depression is the norm with our children these days. This led me to go back to my review of Dr. Caroline Leaf's Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess book and Neurocycle App, on EPISODE #299[iii] with the timely release of her new book, How to Help Your Child Clean up Their Mental Mess that she just released at the start of this month. Then I noticed that Dr. Daniel Amen has just released a BRAND-NEW course called Brain Thrive (PreK-1)[iv] to help with the prevention of mental health issues for children. Dr. Amen's timely release of this course reminded me once again that this is a topic is important to pay attention to. It's not an accident that Dr. Caroline Leaf released her book for children just last week, and now Dr. Amen releases an online course for children to learn these strategies. I'm definitely paying attention, and from the interest we received from our Deep Dive into Dr. Leaf's work, I know that so are you. I know that you'll know these statistics, but here's a reminder. 1 in 5 children will struggle with mental health in their lifetime. And that 17.1 million youth under the age of 18 have had a mental health problem. (Dr. Daniel Amen). Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for people ages 10-14 and 20-34.[v] Before I add something new to Dr. Amen's episode from 2 years ago, I did want to mention that it was through Dr. Amen that I came across Dr. Carolyn Leaf's work. She talks openly on Dr. Amen's Brain Warrior Way Podcast[vi] about how many years she has been using this scientifically proven 5 STEP approach to help people all over the world to clean up their mental mess. I was lucky enough to have the chance to speak on a webinar with Dr. Leaf on Podbean's Wellness week, where I released an episode I'd written on “What Everyone Should Know About the Top 10 Mental Health Staples to Accelerate Productivity and Results.”[vii] One of the sessions I had a co-presentation with Dr. Leaf and John Kim, (a writer and speaker known as The Angry Therapist). Since I had already heard about Dr. Leaf's work through Dr. Amen, I quickly reached out to interview her, and this is where the work began. Our mental health is a lot like our physical health. We can coast along doing well, until one day, something happens, and we release we could have done a better job at managing our health overall. I'm sure you've heard this quote before… “If you don't pay attention to your health now, some day, your health (either mental of physical) will get your attention” showing us all that prevention is vital. CLEANING UP OUR MENTAL MESS: While writing this episode, I glanced over at Dr. Amen's Instagram account, (a bit because I still look at my phone from time to time while writing) but also to see what he was focused on today, and I noticed that he's on the same mission as he was 2 years ago, helping the world to put their mental health first, which was obvious with the new course for children he's just released. He had posted a graphic that showed an image of a messed-up mind (drawn like a colorful ball) representing a mind full of anxiety, loneliness, worry, guilt, fears and negative self-talk and he asked his audience “What else would you add to this image?” People from around the globe added things like “self-sabotaging, obsessive thinking, paranoia, being reactive to everything, isolation, dark thoughts, self-doubt, sadness, overwhelm, anger and procrastination” to name a few of their additions. This post caught my attention and made me think that no one is exempt from having a messy mind, and we covered the 5 scientifically proven steps that Dr. Carolyn Leaf suggests on EP299[viii] so that we as parents, teachers, coaches can keep our minds free of mental mess, before helping others. I can't recommend these 5 steps enough, and the use of her Neurocycle APP to help us to work on cleaning up our toxic thoughts not by suppressing them, or pretending they aren't there by replacing them with happy thoughts, (which is just like putting a band aid on them) but by doing the really difficult work of digging straight to the root cause of whatever it is that is messing up our mind, drawing these thoughts out of the depths of our hidden subconscious mind, into our conscious mind, so we can deal with them, by recognizing why we have these thoughts in the first place. In Dr. Leaf's NEW book, How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess, that I will review once I've thoroughly practiced all her suggestions in this new book, she explains that these “mental messes” we all have look like dead trees in our mind, and that these messes are not bad, but they act as warning signals for us to do something differently to build a healthy tree in our mind. I think this is a powerful analogy, or just another way of looking at what happens to our mind when we don't clean it up, and I know that once I understand this process myself, I'll be better able to help others, including those closest to me who need it. If I look at Dr. Amen's messy ball that shows what a mind that isn't managed looks like, or even Dr. Leaf's dead tree idea, I know that there is hope forward with these strategies and once we've mastered them, it will be easier to teach them to others. But Cleaning Up Our Mental Mess, or by putting our brain health first, takes some thought and isn't something we have been trained to do. There was never a mind-management class when I went to school, or a brain-health course in our PE classes. I do know that many are focused on integrated these ideas into our future classroom curriculums, but for those of us who haven't learned this yet, this is something we all just must learn on our own, so we can proactively move our own needle towards health and wellness, through the lens of prevention. IMAGE CREDIT: Dr. Caroline Leaf's "How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental Mess" ANDREA'S NOTES: You can see my metacog drawing in the show notes which explains how I'm progressing through Dr. Leaf's 5 STEP process using her Neurocycle APP, and managing my mind. We did review this process on EP #299 in depth. The idea is that once we have identified the main worry or anxiety that we have (the toxic thought) that will cause our mind to look like the dead tree over time if it isn't managed, that we then go through this scientifically proven 5 step process that reconceptualizes the old toxic thought, turning it into a stronger, healthier thought over time with understanding. You can see how I've drawn little buds showing how my old toxic thoughts are getting weaker with time, as I'm using my own mind to create NEW stronger and healthier thoughts. I'm currently on day 16/63 working through a current issue, and I can say that at about the two-week mark, I did notice my mind shifting from being worried about this problem, to feeling more in control of it, and even positive visions of the future where I can look back and not be bothered at all with this problem. This changes the emotions that I feel attached to whatever I was worrying about, which changes my behaviors, and then when I step back, my perspective of it all changes. I can even dig deep into the root cause, and see where my worry came from (and it's not a bad thing-it's just alerting me to do something different and not just suppress what I'm worrying about) which we know causes more dis-ease. This all leads me to freedom, peace of mind, and growth. It's such a beautiful process, and I can't wait to walk my own children through these steps moving forward, so that they build mind-management into their lives and futures. Once we've got the hang of these practices for improved mental and physical health, we can then role model the way for our next generation like Dr. Amen and Dr. Leaf are doing with their work. Children at the preschool levels can understand the importance of mind-management, and Dr. Leaf and Dr. Amen see how important this topic is right now. YOU CAN'T GIVE WHAT YOU HAVE NOT GOT It's the whole idea behind the Latin phrase “nemo dat quad non habet[ix]” that my mentor, Bob Proctor would quote often. He said so many things that I would write down and not fully understand until later in life. I remember writing things down over 20 years ago, knowing they were important because he said them so often, and I thought I understood what they meant at the time, until one day, I'd get this AHA Moment when it really clicked and I'd think “Ahh, that's what he meant” and I'd almost hear him saying that Latin phrase in my head. He would explain that no one can give what they have not got. In order to pass on anything to others, like an understanding of our mind in this case, we've got to fully understand how our own mind works. This can translate into anything in our life. As I was thinking about this, I opened up Instagram (for another quick mental break) and saw something that Grant Cardone's daughter (Sabrina Cardone) posted, about exactly this idea. I'll post her speech[x] in the show notes, but it was all about the importance of parent's role-modelling the way for their kids, from a kid's point of view. Now this speech was eye-opening. The idea is that as parents, teachers or coaches, that we role model the way, once we've got this understanding ourselves first. In general, the more brain reserve we have, the more resilient we are and the better our brain can handle the pressures of everyday life, as well as the aging process to keep “mental health” disorders at bay. There are many different factors for how one person can have more brain reserve than another but it stems from family history, or what types of injuries or trauma we've experienced, as well as our mental and physical health. It is clear that the decisions we make and the habits we engage in on a daily basis are either boosting or stealing our brain's reserve and are either accelerating the aging process (aging us) or rejuvenating our brain (turning back the hands of time). When we grasp this concept, we realize that we actually have a lot of influence on the health and age of our brain, as well as on your own mental health and ability to end “mental illness” which is Dr. Amen's mission. BACK TO EPISODE #128 In our REVIEW of Dr. Amen's The End of Mental Illness book, 2 years ago, we covered the 3 parts to his book that's still relevant and important today. I do recommend a refresher of this episode. Part 1 of the book, he gives a history of mental health over the years, with some tips for brain health that can change your life. You will see some SPECT image scans and case studies and begin to see how some common brain health issues like depression, anxiety, TBI, substance abuse, or Alzheimer's Disease show up in the brain vs a healthy brain scan image. A brain scan really can change your life and give you some insight into your health. We covered this topic in 3 Parts back in 2020 with PART 1 “How A Brain Scan Changed My Brain and Life with Doug Sutton,”[xi] PART 2 we dove deeper into “What Exactly is a Brain Scan”[xii] and I made some predictions of what I thought I would see with my own SPECT Image Brain Scan that I cover on PART 3[xiii]. Part 2 of the book explains the BRIGHT MINDS acronym which is a guide for well-being with the brain in mind. We covered the BRIGHT part on this episode 128, but we missed the MOST important part in MINDS which was the MENTAL HEALTH part of his equation that we will cover today. Part 3 of his book offers strategies that can be used in schools and the workplace to end mental illness with a focus on brain health. It's in this part of the book that Dr. Amen says “You cannot change what you do not measure.” (Chapter 17) so we can see clearly WHEN our brain and body are NOT working right. Peter Drucker says “If you can't measure it, you can't improve it” and I'm sure we all can agree on this one. THE BRIGHT MINDS STRATEGY Today I want to look deeper at the M in Dr. Amen's BRIGHT MINDS Strategy and add what he says are the four circles to help us with implementing these important health and wellness strategies. All this work can seem like a lot but if we can think of these 4 circles, it makes this all easier to understand, and with time, you'll see how thinking with our brain health in mind will eventually become a habit. THE 4 CIRCLES OF HEALTH We opened up this episode with a quote from a doctor who mentioned the importance of thinking about these 4 circles. Dr. Joseph Maroon said that: “By recommending that we balance our choices in biological (diet and exercise), psychological (stress control), social (relationships) and spiritual components in our lives, (Dr. Daniel Amen) provides a desperately needed roadmap to maximize brain health.” Joseph C Maroon, MD from Dr. Daniel Amen's book, The End of Mental Illness. Dr. Amen says he first learned about these 4 circles in 1978 when he started medical school, and was told by Dr. Sid Garrett to “always think of people as whole beings, never just as their symptoms…always take into consideration the four circles of health and illness.” (Dr. Amen, The End of Mental Illness). IMAGE CREDIT: Dr. Daniel Amen's The End of Mental Illness Biological: Where we think “Is my behavior good for my brain or bad for it?” This is where I think about healthy eating, exercise, intermittent fasting and doing the things I know are good for my brain, because I really do care about it. PUT THIS INTO ACTION We cover this topic in depth on a BONUS EP[xiv] with a Deep Dive into the Top 5 Health Staples. I know I need to add stress management to this list. What about you? How are you looking after this part of your brain health? Psychological Mindset: That includes “how we talk to ourselves—as well as our self-concept, body image, past emotional traumas, upbringing and significant developmental events.” (Page 81, The End of Mental Illness). This is where the work I'm doing with Dr. Leaf's 5 steps to Cleaning Up My Mental Mess comes in. I'm always thinking, feeling and choosing in the direction of more love, peace, and freedom of mind, which takes some work when something comes in and stops my peaceful thinking. PUT THIS INTO ACTION Dr. Amen brings up Eckhart Tolle's concept of the “pain-body” that I talked about on EP #281[xv] WITH Dr. Sean Sullivan who taught us how to shift our mindset in 10 minutes or less. We talked about how we all have these “pain-bodies” living inside us (Eckhart Tolle) and once we can see what they are (through Dr. Leaf's work-where they show up as our Origin Story) then we “just observe these pain-bodies (or toxic thoughts) in the present moment” (Tolle) and we will notice that over time, their “energy will decrease.” (Tolle) This is mind-management in action. Once we've cleaned up our mental mess, we can go on to teach this concept to others. The idea of “I'm not good enough” used to show up ALL the time as the root cause of most of my stresses and anxieties, until I uncovered it, and this “pain-body” that developed over time in me, no longer affects me….at all! What about you? Are you aware of the pain-bodies or toxic thoughts that hold you back? Have you begun to clean them up? Social: We've all heard that “you become like the people with whom you spend the most time” (Dr. Amen) and you will be well aware of those who lift you up, versus pull you down. PUT THIS INTO ACTION While I don't have much time for the social part of life, I do make it a priority to keep the social connections that are important to me strong. Also, putting my spare time into this podcast helps me to connect with others around the world on a deeper level. What about you? How do you keep your social connections strong? Spiritual: We've talked about this one often on this podcast. I've heard from so many of our guests that we are “spiritual beings having a human experience.” This we just can't ignore. Dr. Amen points to Viktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning book to explain this one, (page 94, The End of mental Illness) reminding us to do the following: Find purposeful work where you are productive. Love the people who are central to your life. Find courage in the face of difficulty (and help others to shoulder theirs). PUT THIS INTO ACTION Finding purposeful work is easy for me, as the podcast helps me to keep working towards improving myself and sharing it with others. This keeps me busy and I do feel the connection that extends far beyond myself here. What about you? What's your purpose? How do you find more meaning in your day to day life? CONNECTING DR. AMEN and DR. LEAF'S WORK TOGETHER: To close out this episode, now that we have these 4 circles in mind, (showing us that we are whole beings-our biological side, our psychological, social and spiritual side). Let's revisit the acronym BRIGHT MINDS (a guide for well-being with the brain in mind) and look closer at what the “M” stands for, and see how we connect Dr. Leaf's work, to Dr. Amen's, for a stronger, healthier mind. M-That stands for Mental Health is what Dr. Amen calls MIND STORMS. I love his analogy for our mental health, especially after looking at that graphic with the all of the mess in our minds showing up like a colorful ball. Since we've been focused on our Mental Health the past few episodes, I wonder what Dr. Amen would suggest we do to help us to Clean Up Our Mental Mess. Chapter 11 of The End of Mental Illness goes deep into WHY these storms happen in our brain, and WHAT can cause them, I want to focus on ways he suggests we prevent them from happening in the first place, since I think they complement Dr. Leaf's 5 STEP Approach. While Cleaning Up Our Mental Mess, there are things we can do to help our brain/minds to improve, and things we can do that hurt our progress. Dr. Amen suggests “avoiding anything that increases mind storms” (p 210 The End of Mental Illness) like “stress, tiredness, lack of sleep, alcohol, drug abuse, low or high blood sugar states, missing meals, and excessive screen time.” (Page 210). We all know what makes us feel “off” in our lives, and our mental health is centered around doing what makes us feel better, or good, and have more clarity of mind. I know what increases my MIND STORMS, making my mind messier than usual, and what keeps my mind clear and peaceful. As I'm now in my 52nd year of life, I want the ability to think clearly every day, so I can keep learning new ideas, and building a better version of myself, so when I find something that works, I'm sticking to it. Here are my top habits that help keep MIND STORMS out of my head and prevent mental messes from happening in the first place. CREATING HABITS THAT LIMIT OUR MENTAL MESS or MIND STORMS: CARING ABOUT OUR BRAIN: Just by caring about my brain, I think about the daily choices I'm making. When eating something, I'll ask “will this help, or hurt my brain” and think hard about whether It's worth creating a MIND STORM over a certain choice. If I create a mind storm, I just know I'll have to spend extra time cleaning it up, so it's easier to avoid what I know hurts me at this point. KNOW WHAT CAUSES OUR MENTAL MESS or MIND STORMS: It's easy enough to know what makes me feel CLEAR and FOCUSED, vs CLOUDY and DISTRACTED. I just avoid things that steal my MENTAL CLARITY (replacing alcohol with non-alcoholic beverages, or sticking to my morning exercise routine that gives me a burst of energy/clarity throughout the day). DO MORE OF WHAT PREVENTS MENTAL MESS or MIND STORMS: Once you know what keeps your mind clear, keep doing that. For me, it's daily exercise, eating low glycemic foods that keep my blood sugar from spiking, or higher fat foods that keep me fuller and less likely to eat the wrong thing, daily meditation, working on at least 7 hours of sleep at night, and pain management strategies for anything on my body that hurts (chiropractor, massage therapy, stretches, tools for self-care) that keep my mind strong and clear… AVOIDING MIND STORMS FOR ME. REGULARLY CLEANING UP OUR MENTAL MESS TO PREVENT BIGGER MIND STORMS IN THE FUTURE: Using Dr. Leaf's scientifically proven 5 STEP PROCESS and Neurocycle App because I know I'm not always going to make the right choice, and I'll have a MIND STORM at some point. So MIND-MANAGEMENT is something I add to my routine for those days when something gets past the gate, or when something unexpected comes my way, and needs my attention. With these final thoughts, I'll chose out this episode and ask you. What do you do that PREVENTS your MIND from getting messy? I'd love to hear your strategies, and what's working. And with that, I'll close out this episode, and see you sometime next week. In the meantime, once you have practiced Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess, I highly recommend Dr. Amen's New Brain Thrive Course, and Dr. Leaf's New Book to help our children clean up their mental mess. RESOURCES: Dr. Amen's NEW BRAIN THRIVE COURSE https://offers.amenuniversity.com/bt5-headstart/ Dr. Caroline Leaf's NEW Book for Children https://www.mentallyresilientkids.com/ REFERENCES: [i] Neuroscience Meets SEL Episode #128 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/review-of-dr-daniel-amens-the-end-of-mental-illness-6-steps-for-improved-brain-and-mental-health/ [ii] Dr. Amen, Brain Thrive by 25 Online Course http://brainthriveby25.com/ [iii] Neuroscience Meets SEL Episode #299 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-on-a-deep-dive-into-dr-carolyn-leaf-s-5-scientifically-proven-steps-to-clean-up-our-mental-mess-so-we-can-help-our-children/ [iv] Amen University https://offers.amenuniversity.com/bt5-headstart/ [v]https://www.cdc.gov/suicide/facts/index.html#:~:text=Suicide%20affects%20people%20of%20all,%2D14%20and%2020%2D34. [vi] The 5-Step Process to Managing Trauma with Dr. Caroline Leaf on The Brain Warrior's Way Podcast Published on YouTube May 22, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_sHPAvOXh4&t=2661s [vii] Andrea Samadi's Pre-released episode for Podbean's Wellness Week Nov.27, 2020 https://podcastwellnessweek.podbean.com/e/what-everyone-must-know-about-the-top-mental-health-staples-to-accelerate-productivity-and-results/ [viii]Neuroscience Meets SEL Episode #229 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-on-a-deep-dive-into-dr-carolyn-leaf-s-5-scientifically-proven-steps-to-clean-up-our-mental-mess-so-we-can-help-our-children/ [ix] https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemo_dat_quod_non_habet [x] Sabrina Cardone https://www.instagram.com/p/Cv902OLALiZ/?hl=en [xi] https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-a-brain-scan-changed-my-brain-and-life-with-doug-sutton/ [xii] https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-exactly-can-a-spect-imaging-brain-scan-change-your-life-with-andrea-samadi-part-2/ [xiii] https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-a-spect-scan-can-change-your-life-part-3-with-andrea-samadi/ [xiv] https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/bonus-episode-a-deep-dive-into-the-top-5-health-staples-and-review-of-seasons-1-4/ [xv]Neuroscience Meets SEL Episode #281 https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/psychologist-dr-sean-sullivan-andfounder-of-oneperfectshiftcom-on-how-to-shift-to-a-better-state-of-mind-in-10-minutes-anytime/
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Hey seeker! Today I am breaking down WTF people are talking about when they say "life is happening for me, not to me". Today I want to explain it from my perspective and give you powerful tools to use to shift your experience in places where you have felt like a victim or powerless in your circumstance. I have been there a million times and it's in times like those that I use this philosophy to shift my mindset and energy so that I can move through and create a new experience.
A most shocking element of mindfulness that many of my Mindful Tribe followers find surprising is the concept of “Non-Striving.” This focuses on letting go of the constant need to achieve or attain specific outcomes. In a world driven by goals and accomplishments, the idea of intentionally not striving for something might seem counterintuitive, yet, it holds a profound wisdom. Exploring the practice of Non-Striving in mindfulness can reveal how letting go of the relentless pursuit of results can lead to greater contentment and inner peace. By simply being present in the moment and accepting things as they are, individuals can discover a sense of fulfillment without the pressure of always striving for more. This counter-cultural approach can offer a fresh perspective on how mindfulness encourages us to find value in the present rather than constantly chasing future achievements. Today, I'm sharing three key points about the surprising element of mindfulness known as the concept of “Non-Striving” Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify 1/ Embracing The Now Entirely change how you think about the present moment. We all know mindfulness is often associated with being present and attentive. Allow yourself to embrace the concept of Non-Striving as a way to experience the present moment differently. In a world that emphasizes setting and achieving goals, Non-Striving challenges the notion that constant striving is necessary for fulfillment. Instead, it encourages individuals to let go of the pressure to achieve specific outcomes and simply be present with whatever is happening right now. This allows for a deeper connection with your experiences, allowing you to have a healthier sense of contentment and peace without the need for constant achievement. 2/ Letting Go Of Attachment To Results Non-Striving invites you to release attachment to the results of your actions. Living life with less emphasis on striving recognizes that the pursuit of external achievements can lead to stress, anxiety, and a sense of never-ending dissatisfaction. By letting go of the attachment to specific outcomes, you can approach your life with a more open and curious mindset. This approach doesn't negate the importance of setting goals, but it encourages a shift in focus from fixating on the end result to enjoying the journey and the process itself. This mental shift can lead to reduced stress and an increased sense of ease in daily life. 3/ Cultivating A Mindful Attitude Practicing Non-Striving fosters a mindful attitude that is non-judgmental, patient, and compassionate. When individuals, and when I say individuals I mean you and me, when we stop constantly striving and allow experiences to unfold naturally, we create space for self-acceptance and self-awareness. This attitude extends beyond the individual, influencing how they interact with others and their surroundings. Non-Striving encourages individuals to approach challenges with a sense of curiosity and openness, which can lead to more creative problem-solving and healthier relationships. By embracing this surprising element of mindfulness, individuals can find a balanced and fulfilling way of engaging with the world around them. If you've ever read writings by Eckhart Tolle, these ideas may sound familiar. I highly recommend his books, A New Earth, Awakening To Your Life's Purpose or The Power of Now, A Guide To Spiritual Enlightenment. (See links below) Suggested Resources Book: A New Earth, Awakening To Your Life's Purpose by Eckhart Tolle Book: The Power of Now, A Guide To Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle App: Calm Related Episodes Ride The Waves of Life With Mop; Jaimal Yogis Get Stoked With Writer, Aubree Nichols Do More With Less; Discover The Simple Life With Courtney Carver Special Offer Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Session to get you to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at email@example.com with ‘Let's Talk' in the subject line. We'll set up a call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.
Alors qu'il souffrait d'une grave dépression, Eckhart Tolle a vécu une expérience mystique au cours de laquelle il s'est retrouvé dans un état de béatitude et de paix profonde. Depuis, il enseigne à ses lecteurs le détachement vis-à-vis de l'ego et de la souffrance mentale. Dans son livre "Le Pouvoir du moment présent", Eckhart Tolle nous explique comment accéder à la pleine présence au monde. C'est de cette question que nous allons parler dans cet épisode. Vous pouvez nous soutenir : ★En devenant contributeur sur Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/leprecepteurpodcast Vous pourrez ainsi accéder à du contenu inédit ! ★Ou en faisant un don ponctuel sur PayPal : http://paypal.me/leprecepteurpodcast Pensez à laisser une note et un avis sur la plateforme de podcast où vous m'écoutez. Cela prend quelques secondes, et c'est un geste très utile pour le référencement du podcast ! Et bien sûr, continuez à partager les émissions que vous préférez sur vos réseaux sociaux. Le Précepteur Podcast a été créé pour vous et continuera d'exister grâce à vous. (Pour toute demande, vous pouvez contacter l'équipe du Précepteur Podcast ici : firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara In this episode, we cover the Author's Preface to the Paperback Edition. Gilda Simonet and Barbara Wainwright have been studying Eckhart Tolle's work for ages. For the podcast purposes, we have now completed the book from start to finish, reading only one section at a time. There are 78 sections of the book! Join our Facebook Group "The Power of Now - A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment with Gilda and Barbara" Contribute to our show here: https://anchor.fm/barbara-wainwright/support Learn more about Barbara Wainwright and our Coaching Courses here: http://www.LifeCoachTrainingOnline.com 800-711-4346 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barbara-wainwright/support
Are you on the brink of burnout? Trust me, we've been there. As hearing care professionals, the drive to be at the top of our game can often leave us feeling drained, stressed, and ultimately burned out. The good news is, it doesn't have to be that way. In our candid conversation, we explore self-care strategies that you can integrate into your routine, making you more present, more fulfilled, and ultimately, more successful in your business. You'll learn about practical activities like exercise, meditation, and pursuing hobbies, inspired by the teachings of Eckhart Tolle's "The Power of Now". Our first step towards combating burnout begins with understanding that we have limited control in life and that's okay!In this vibrant discussion, we also delve into the essential need for hearing care professionals to set boundaries and seek support. We share effective strategies to set boundaries with patients, stakeholders, and staff, including block scheduling and callback lists. Beyond setting boundaries, we reveal how delegating tasks to team members can be a game-changer in managing workloads. Not to forget emphasizing the importance of seeking support from mentors, fellow business owners, and professional networks. They say it takes a village to raise a child, well, it takes a support system to sustain a successful business. With the right balance of self-care, boundary setting, and support, you'll be well on your way to a healthier, more sustainable business without the risk of burnout. Join us as we share our journey and insights in navigating this path. Support the showConnect with the Hearing Matters Podcast TeamEmail: email@example.com Instagram: @hearing_matters_podcast Twitter: @hearing_mattasFacebook: Hearing Matters Podcast
Are you tired of simply letting life happen to you, or are you ready to take charge and design a life that truly reflects your aspirations and desires? In a world where routines and obligations often dictate our daily lives, it's easy to lose sight of our own dreams and ambitions. We find ourselves going through the motions, yearning for something more but unsure of how to break free from the monotony. Jack Daly, an experienced and inspirational sales trainer, and sales coaching expert, is a true testament to the power of designing one's own life and stands as a shining example of what can be achieved when passion, dedication, and a clear vision converge. From humble beginnings, he defied the odds and carved a path that led him to the life he had always envisioned. Driven by an unwavering determination, Jack pursued his dreams relentlessly, navigating through challenges and setbacks with resilience and an unyielding spirit. He understood that success was not a stroke of luck, but the result of strategic planning, purposeful actions, and an unwavering commitment to personal growth. In this episode, Darius and Jack dive deep into a captivating conversation that spans various aspects of personal and professional growth. They explore Jack's early passion for sales, which ignited during his formative years and paved the way for his entrepreneurial endeavors. They discuss the transformative power of setting goals and the significance of writing them down. Topics include: Jack's passion for sales began at a young age and led to early entrepreneurial ventures The benefits of setting goals and writing them down The importance of defining what success means to oneself What it matters to put your bucket list out in the universe and share it openly The value of defining and pursuing one's own goals and desires in life Why you should focus on starting and finishing rather than winning Recognizing and tapping into your untapped potential in all areas of your life Taking control of your mindset and choosing positivity to eliminate bad days And other topics… Resources mentioned: Open by Andre Agassi: https://www.amazon.com/Open-Autobiography-Andre-Agassi/dp/0307388409 A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle: https://www.amazon.com/New-Earth-Awakening-Purpose-Selection/dp/0452289963 Connect with Jack: Website: https://jackdalysales.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackdaly/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ironmanjack Connect with Darius: Website: https://therealdarius.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dariusmirshahzadeh/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whoompdarius/ YouTube: https://therealdarius.com/youtube Book: The Core Value Equation https://www.amazon.com/Core-Value-Equation-Framework-Limitless/dp/1544506708 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back seeker! Today I am talking about exactly how we manifest using co-creation rather than hustle and force. I am giving the step by step process from setting the intention to receiving and how to do it in a soul-aligned way rather than forcing endlessly to make shit happen. The conversation is evolving and I am excited to show you how you can both blend growth with deliberate creation energy to manifest all you dream of! Happy Manifesting! MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
The Summit of Greatness is back! Buy your tickets today – summitofgreatness.comthe world today. With his international bestsellers, The Power of Now and A New Earth—translated into 52 languages—he has introduced millions to the joy and freedom of living life in the present moment. The New York Times has described him as “the most popular spiritual author in the United States”, and in 2011, Watkins Review named him “the most spiritually influential person in the world”.Eckhart's profound, yet simple teachings have helped countless people around the globe experience a state of vibrantly alive inner peace in their daily lives. His teachings focus on the significance and power of Presence, the awakened state of consciousness, which transcends ego and discursive thinking. Eckhart sees this awakening as the essential next step in human evolution.In this episode you will learn,The 3 Deadly Habits That Kill The Law of Attraction In Your LifeHow to break free from anxious and intrusive thoughts.The science vs. art of manifestation.How to stop living in fear and pursue a life of peace.Why it is so important to embrace the present moment.For more information go to www.lewishowes.com/1463Buy Eckhart's books: The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual EnlightenmentA New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose (Oprah's Book Club, Selection 61)Visit Eckhart's website for more information:https://eckharttolle.com/Want more School of Greatness episodes like this one?Bruce Lipton on Manifestation: https://link.chtbl.com/1312-podJoe Dispenza on the Law of Attraction: https://link.chtbl.com/1312-pod