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In today's episode, Erica decides to jump into her time machine and share an episode from 2019. In it, Erica talks about personal power and equates it to the energetic charge of our human emotions, discussing certain particular aspects of these energy dynamics like charged negative emotions, the power of highly positive feelings like love and gratitude, and she also shares an Alan Watts on how to “see through the game” in order to master our emotions and thus harness our own power. Checkout our newly updated page instagram.com/positive_head Care to play a game with the youniverse? Ask the universe the episode you would most benefit from hearing next and click positivehead.com/game. Download The Golden Key audio or e-book at GoldenKey.Gift with the Code: POSITIVEHEAD Text Brandon to receive regular golden nuggets of wisdom at 310.564.0750
Emotion is a key marketing tactic, but playing too much into the negative emotions can ultimately backfire - either for your client or for you personally. We discuss on today's episode.
Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.
Christy Warren is a retired fire captain from the Berkeley Fire Department in California. She has twenty-five years of service as a professional paramedic and eighteen years as a professional firefighter/paramedic. While active as a first responder, Christy never allowed the experiences of her tough job to get to her, even though she had seen some of the most shocking and awful things in her 25 years, she thought she was dealing just fine. Suddenly, literally out of nowhere, Christy was brought to her knees by PTSD. In this amazing and inspiring episode, Christy explains what that looked like, and how it changed everything in an instant. Her journey through recovery is so raw and honest.. its a rollercoaster of an episode!https://www.christyewarren.com/https://www.christyewarren.com/podcasthttps://www.instagram.com/christyewarrenhttps://www.facebook.com/christy.warrenSupport the show
Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.
This is the AFTER THOUGHTS section for the previous episode, Christy's Story, where your hosts, Luke and Kyle, unpack what we just heard! She has twenty-five years of service as a professional paramedic and eighteen years as a professional firefighter/paramedic. While active as a first responder, Christy never allowed the experiences of her tough job to get to her, even though she had seen some of the most shocking and awful things in her 25 years, she thought she was dealing just fine. Suddenly, literally out of nowhere, Christy was brought to her knees by PTSD. https://www.christyewarren.com/https://www.christyewarren.com/podcasthttps://www.instagram.com/christyewarrenhttps://www.facebook.com/christy.warrenSupport the show
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Huberman Lab Key Takeaways Check Out the Huberman Lab Podcast Episode Page & Show NotesRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, my guest is Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD, a professor of education and psychology at the University of Southern California (USC) who has done groundbreaking research on emotions, self-awareness and social interactions and how these impact the way we learn and change across our lifespan. She explains how an understanding of emotions can be leveraged to improve learning in kids and in adults, and how the education system should be altered to include new forms of exploration, rules, and emotional and social contexts to facilitate better learning and to include more diverse learning (and teaching) styles. This episode ought to be of interest to anyone interested in how we learn, human development in children and adults, as well as those generally interested in education, psychology or neuroscience. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman HVMN: https://hvmn.com/huberman ROKA: https://roka.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Momentous: https://livemomentous.com/huberman The Brain Body Contract https://hubermanlab.com/tour Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang (00:02:11) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, HVMN, ROKA (00:05:54) Inspiration, Awe & Story (00:09:59) Brain-Body, Narratives (00:15:58) Emotions, Durability & Lifespan (00:21:47) Conjuring Stories, Historical Context & Emotion (00:32:16) Sponsor: AG1 (00:33:30) Hierarchal Emotion Organization, Default Mode Network, Story & Emotion (00:46:24) Emotional Development & Lifetime (00:57:13) Narrative & Genocide; Checking Assumptions & Mental Flexibility (01:05:22) Social Media, Cognitive Dissonance (01:09:52) Education, Deconstructing Beliefs & Curiosity (01:17:22) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:18:32) Emotion & Learning; Constructing Meaning (01:28:59) Good Teachers & Curiosity (01:33:25) Inter-disciplinary Education; Development & Culture (01:50:58) Idea Exploration, Tolerance (01:56:53) Reframing Education, Deconstructing Assumptions (02:03:28) Safety, Creativity & Default Mode Network (02:12:15) Civic Discourse & Education; Deconstructing Ideas (02:27:31) “Mirror” Neurons, Shared Social Experiences (02:35:49) Cold Exposure & Sickness; Role of Education (02:38:51) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
durée : 00:19:26 - Journal de 18h - 6 personnes, dont 4 très jeunes enfants, ont été blessés par un homme armé d'un couteau. Il n'y a "aucun mobile terroriste apparent" selon la procureure de la République.
In this interview on the ALPHA MIND podcast, hosts STEVEN GOLDSTEIN & MARK RANDALL interview Professor Keating about some of the connections which bind trading, investing, and science. Brian talks about how scientists, despite being held on some sort of an intellectual pedestal, are human, and are just as prone to the foibles and behavioral errors which are common to people in all fields, including trading. The theme, which resonates throughout this interview, alludes to the meta game of science and trading, something which was captured in a quote by Dr. Keating, and which featured prominently in Greg Zuckerman's 2019 book about the trading legend Jim Simons, ‘The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution.' The quote is: ‘Scientists are human, sometimes all too human. When desire and data are in collision, evidence sometimes loses out to emotion.' Themes explored in this interview are; confirmation bias, ego, and our ability, or even inability, to separate our outcomes from our ego. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-alphamind-podcast/id1467395734 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Evolving Leader, co-hosts Scott Allender and Emma Sinclair welcome Rob Murray back to the podcast. Rob last came onto the Evolving Leader back in December 2021 (season 3, episode 12), he's a researcher, change agent and thought leader in emotional intelligence and transformational leadership who strives for a deep level of authenticity whilst at the same time being supremely pragmatic in the realities of organisational life. Rob is co-founder and CEO of Transformed Leader, he is host of the Talk of Change podcast and in February 2023 Rob's new book ‘Fighting For Heart' was published. 0.00 Introduction3.55 What motivated you to write ‘Fighting For Heart'7.13 Why is this so important now?12.15 How are you defining emotional intelligence?26.37 You identify that there are six common resistances that keep leaders from investing in emotional growth. Can we start with ‘self-protection against social shame, pressure or judgements for being emotional'36.03 The next resistance is that ‘people hold a belief that leaders should not be distracted by emotions'38.33 Number three is ‘avoiding emotions feels easier, safer and more manageable'39.29 Fourth is ‘a lack of emotional modelling when growing up'43.41 Finishing up with five and six, we have ‘ignorance of any other way than performing and producing' and ‘not justifying the time and money to prioritise emotional development'45.10 It can be difficult to know when we lose our emotional awareness. What can people listening (who don't have the benefit of spending time with you) start to do? Social:Instagram @evolvingleaderLinkedIn The Evolving Leader PodcastTwitter @Evolving_LeaderYouTube @evolvingleader2271 The Evolving Leader is researched, written and presented by Jean Gomes and Scott Allender with production by Phil Kerby. It is an Outside production.Please take 5 minutes to complete our listener survey
Awe is a feeling we've all experienced but often struggle to articulate. Whether it's the sheer scale of a skyscraper, the infinite expanse of a starry night sky, or the miracle of childbirth, moments of awe can strike us at unexpected times, leaving us speechless, inspired, and even profoundly transformed. In this episode, we speak with Dacher Keltner, PhD, a psychologist at UC Berkeley, where he is the founding director of the Greater Good Science Center and the host of The Science of Happiness podcast. Keltner is a leading researcher on human emotion whose work focuses on the socio-biological origins and effects of compassion, beauty, power, morality, love, and social class. His most recent book is AWE: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life. In this episode, we discuss the eight sources of wonder in life, how we can nurture an openness to experiencing awe, and how this openness can help us navigate grief, uncertainty, loneliness, and mortality, ultimately allowing us to lead more meaningful lives.In this episode, you will hear about:How growing up in a family of artists and humanists led Dr. Keltner to psychology - 2:26What the scientific study of emotions looks like - 4:54How scientists grapple with the difficulty of defining and studying emotions and feelings - 8:20A discussion of Jonathan Haidt's revolutionary study of morality, The Righteous Mind - 11:57How Dr. Keltner defines and studies awe and wonder - 14:39The Eight Wonders of Life - 27:31Awe, beauty, and the sublime - 36:16Reflections on how digital technologies have negatively impacted our ability to experience awe - 38:35Advice for how we can practice the experience of awe - 44:26How awe can help with human suffering and physician burnout - 46:39Dr. Dacher Keltner is the author of many books, including AWE: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life, The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence, and Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life.In this episode, we discuss Bertrand Russel's Power: A New Social Analysis, Paul Ekman's work on emotions and facial expressions, William James' What is an Emotion?, Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind, Richard Lazarus' “core relational themes,” Edmund Burke's A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful, Daniel Kahneman's Thinking, Fast and Slow, Anna Lembke's Dopamine Nation, and Jean Twenge's work on social media and self-focus.If you know of a doctor, patient, or anyone working in health care who would love to explore meaning in medicine with us on the show, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Copyright The Doctor's Art Podcast 2023
Joy. She's an enigma isn't she? You feel it & think 'don't get to excited, the other shoe is going to drop' Almost like you're manifesting it & then when it does, you think 'sh*t, told ya so?' Why is this sought after emotion the most difficult emotion to have? Join us, tribe, as we embark on a mask down, human first vulnerable conversation on the intricate layers that consume the stories we tell ourselves. In this microepisode, we'll explore my own struggle with allowing myself to feel joy. The deep layer of intertwining into the conversations we have with ourselves & the 4 questions that have you asking with curiosity, what does bring me joy? Download the 4 questions: https://www.megan-miller.com/microstep-journalJoin Our Social Tribe:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/megan.b.miller/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganmillerintention/
Show SummaryOn this episode of Behind the Mission, we feature a conversation with Lori Adams, the Veterans Policy Director and National Labor Exchange Senior Advisor with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies, the national organization representing all 50 state workforce agencies, D.C. and U.S. territories. These agencies deliver training, employment, career, business and wage and hour services, in addition to administering the unemployment insurance, veteran reemployment and labor market information programs. About Today's Guest Lori Adams is NASWA's Veterans Policy Director and National Labor Exchange (NLx) Senior Advisor. Her duties include coordinating activities of the NASWA Veterans Affairs Committee, working with state veteran representatives as well as US Department of Labor Veterans Employment & Training Service (USDOL VETS), planning the agency's annual Veterans' conference, promoting awareness of the National Labor Exchange, and managing NASWA's partnerships with Hilton Honors and Grow with Google. She joined NASWA in 2015 after 26 years with Iowa Workforce Development, where she was a case manager, Regional Manager, Bureau Chief and Division Administrator/Workforce Services. As Division Administrator, she was responsible for program and service oversight at all of the state's American Job Centers. Lori has a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Iowa State University, and is a Certified Public Manager. Links Mentioned In This EpisodeNASWA Web SiteU.S. National Labor ExchangePsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week is PsychArmor course, Using The National Labor Exchange To Find Veterans To Hire. In this course, employers will learn how to utilize the national labor exchange to amplify their online recruiting strategy, gain access to special talent pipelines, and how to utilize other trusted partners to reach the maximum number of job seekers. You can see find this episode here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/Using-the-National-Labor-Exchange-to-Find-Veterans-to-Hire This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations. Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
This week Démar and Adriel discuss Arlo Parks' sophomore album ‘My Soft Machine', it's adventurous production and Parks' revamped (and blunted) song writing style. Démar's rating: 8.5Adriel's rating: 8.5The Love List: Blades, Purple Phase, Impurities, Puppy0:00 Intro 4:00 Arlo Parks is Tyrese Haliburton5:30 She doesn't need features6:40 Romil from BROCKHAMPTON8:35 Weightless with Paul Epworth10:00 Sounds like Carly Rae Jepsen14:30 Emotion in her vocals17:30 Blades is Demar's favourite23:10 Arlo Parks signature production23:25 Why is Phoebe Bridgers on the album?26:20 Heaviest song of her career30:57 Simple songwriting42:41 No skips?Follow us:YOUTUBE:https://www.youtube.com/@AlbumModeTikTok:Album Mode: https://www.tiktok.com/@albummodepod Adriel: https://www.tiktok.com/@adrielsmileydotcom Démar: https://www.tiktok.com/@godkingdemi Instagram:Album Mode: https://www.instagram.com/albummodepod/ Adriel: https://www.instagram.com/adrielsmileydotcom/ Démar: https://www.instagram.com/demarjgrant/ Twitter:Album Mode: https://twitter.com/AlbumModepod Adriel: https://twitter.com/AdrielSmiley_ Démar: https://twitter.com/DemarJGrantArlo Parks – My Soft Machine / 2023 / indie, r&b, rock, alternative
Mike Bonacci discusses his team manager role at Muc-Off/FXR/ClubMX Yamaha, advising amateurs, and more.
“You don't have to have all the answers to start a journey” – Solo Suuuper Anime podcastReliving the impact of anime in our lives! In this episode, Ed and Solo dig deeper to found out which anime really had a significant impact on them based on their personalities and memories. Discussion NotesWhat anime moved us to make a difference in our own life, motivated us to change, think differently and really had a big part in our lives? Is there a difference between objectivity and emotion when it comes to your anime top 10? How does emotion and anime intertwine with each other? Is Attack On Titan or Demon Slayer number 1 because stats say it is or because people feel it is? Is there a theme that we associate with our anime choices? Attack On Titan episodes referencedListen to Suuuper Anime Attack on Titan Podcast episode – Ready to Die Listen to our second Attack on Titan episode - Toy SoldiersPatreon - www.patreon.com/suuuperanime If you enjoy the podcast, please don't forget to FOLLOW, RATE and REVIEW the show (it takes less than 30 seconds) Please do also share with anyone you fill will enjoy the show. Also, to keep conversation going were super keen to hear your thoughts, questions and opinions on the show's discussion points, so please do drop us a voice note on our website www.suuuperanimepodcast.com or email at www.suuuperanimepodcast.com/contact Suuuper podcast title inspired by Talib Kweli – Memories Live Social media links Instagram: SuuuperanimepodcastTikTok: SuuuperanimepodcastTwitter: @SuuuperanimeFacebook: SuuuperAnimePodcast You Tube: SuuuperAnimeDiscord: https://discord.gg/suuuperlightsassembleSupport the show
The Amplify Horse Racing Podcast
The Triple Crown - and horse racing in general - is filled to the brim with emotion. Author, researcher and historian Jennifer Kelly tries to convey emotion through words on a page in her new book The Foxes of Bel Air, about the father-son Triple Crown winning duo Gallant Fox and Omaha. She explains how she takes the viewer on a trip through time to make it seem like century-old events happened just yesterday. And for Mage's owner and bloodstock agent Ramiro Restrepo, winning the Kentucky Derby a month ago still feels like it was yesterday. Hear from him later on in the episode about his 15 year journey from the Tampa Bay Downs winner's circle to the cupola at Churchill Downs, as well as his family's decades-long efforts to succeed in horse racing. Amplify Horse Racing promotes education, experiences, and careers in the Thoroughbred industry. Amplify's mission is “amplification” of the sport of horse racing, by supporting and enhancing the great things the industry is already doing, and developing new opportunities that lead us into the future. Amplify seeks to expand touchpoints and lower barriers to entry, welcoming all ages, backgrounds, organizations, initiatives, or riding disciplines to be involved. Its goal is to generate positivity, find common ground, and highlight areas for collaboration. To learn more about pursuing a career in the Thoroughbred industry, visit: https://www.amplifyhorseracing.org/ Note: All opinions are shared solely for educational purposes.
The Wisdom Podcast with Dorothy Ratusny
Self-Love is the Perfection of Loving Others The WISDOM podcast Season 3 Episode 109 'You have the workings of the divine before you now.'
Sign Up For The Success In Hiring Course at SuccessInHiring.com Zach Lush, CEO of DOJOX and CMO of VMax Group, has over 12 years of marketing experience helping coaches and consultants drive growth. A former professional baseball player and lifelong passion for coaching, Zach inspires growth with his strategic insights and infectious optimism. He's coached thousands of entrepreneurs at both the agency level and working under marketing gurus like Aaron Fletcher (Fletcher Method) and Sam Millais (Legal Funnels) What problem do you solve? Helping to understand marketing at a deep level. Show Notes: Zach says the beginning of marketing is relationships. Building up a good system for outreach is the beginning and the most important part. Marketing starts with you and what your message is. What are the stories that you have that relate to what you offer? A good message does three things: Is it relevant Are you conveying it in an elegant yet simple method It is unique? How are you differentiating yourself from others? You must understand that there is a spoken layer of problems but there is also a deeper layer of fears that they may only relay to those close to them. If you can address these deeper layers too, you will really be speaking to them. Emotion sells. That is why stories are so useful in selling. In today's climate, you need to have a video presence. If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a million words. ChatGPT is a new AI device. It can become a co-pilot for you. It has helped Zach be more productive and decreased his overhead. ChatGPT doesn't do everything. We need to know the parameters to put in. Follow-up is key. There is a 1 million ceiling that you will have a difficult time getting past unless you have your processes in place and you surround yourself with others that can be a support and sounding board. Zach says one of the biggest benefits is having a group of advisors/mentors and surrounding himself with people he can trust and lean on for wise counsel. Coaches are also crucial to success. Zach is developing a course on how to use ChatGPT for marketing. Zach Lush's Best Small Business Tip: Understand your customer audience at a deep level. Connect with Zach Lush: Website: DOJO.us LinkedIn Twitter Sign Up For The Success In Hiring Course at SuccessInHiring.com Clarity Navigator Discovery Session – Sign Up HERE Learn more about Gary's Mastermind group at goascend.biz/the-mastermind-solution
Today, my podcast guest, Kailyn Fullerton, who is an teacher, a bonus-mother, an EdD candidate in social and emotional learning, and an expat, shares her insights on the emotional shift many have experienced post-COVID, and shares some practical strategies about how we can learn to regulate emotions better for ourselves and our kids. For some, the COVID-19 pandemic was a chance to slow down a little and catch up on life and connections. For others COVID-19 was an incredibly stressful time of uncertainty, overwhelm homeschooling children, having to be present with stressful relationships, and worrying about work, the economy, and our health, and the world. COVID-19 certainly isn't "over" but many of the adjustments we made seem to be back to more similar COVID-19 patterns. However, many feel like their ability to deal with the same stressors we had before the pandemic are less robust. After months of being at home, social anxiety is higher. We've also lost the ability to regulate emotions in challenging situations. This is especially true for children who weren't learning through interacting with classmates frequently. Teachers are seeing kids who aren't able to regulate emotions in the classroom. Coaching with Kailynhttps://upstream-collaborative.org/ Resources: -Nonviolent communication needs list: https://www.cnvc.org/training/resource/needs-inventory-RAIN of Self-Compassion guided meditation: https://www.tarabrach.com/meditation-the-rain-of-self-compassion/Free Coaching Session with Jennie LintonThis is a great chance to consult about what a debrief might look like for your family or your child. ScheduleOne-Minute WisdomEach week I carefully craft a short perspective shift or tool that you can read in about a minute or two. You can sign up here.Follow me on Instagram or find more free resources on my websitePlease leave a review on your favorite podcast app. It helps other people find it!
In this episode, my guest is Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD, professor of education, psychology and neuroscience at the University of Southern California and director of the Center for Affective Neuroscience, Development, Learning and Education, who has done groundbreaking research on emotions, self-awareness and social interactions and how these impact the way we learn and change across our lifespan. She explains how an understanding of emotions can be leveraged to improve learning in children and in adults, and how the education system should be altered to include new forms of exploration and to facilitate better learning and to include more diverse learning (and teaching) styles. This episode ought to be of interest to anyone interested in how we learn, human development in children and adults, as well as those generally interested in education, psychology or neuroscience. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman HVMN: https://hvmn.com/huberman ROKA: https://roka.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Momentous: https://livemomentous.com/huberman The Brain Body Contract https://hubermanlab.com/tour Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang (00:02:11) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, HVMN, ROKA (00:05:54) Inspiration, Awe & Story (00:09:59) Brain-Body, Narratives (00:15:58) Emotions, Durability & Lifespan (00:21:47) Conjuring Stories, Historical Context & Emotion (00:32:16) Sponsor: AG1 (00:33:30) Hierarchal Emotion Organization, Default Mode Network, Story & Emotion (00:46:24) Emotional Development & Lifetime (00:57:13) Narrative & Genocide; Checking Assumptions & Mental Flexibility (01:05:22) Social Media, Cognitive Dissonance (01:09:52) Education, Deconstructing Beliefs & Curiosity (01:17:22) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:18:32) Emotion & Learning; Constructing Meaning (01:28:59) Good Teachers & Curiosity (01:33:25) Inter-disciplinary Education; Development & Culture (01:50:58) Idea Exploration, Tolerance (01:56:53) Reframing Education, Deconstructing Assumptions (02:03:28) Safety, Creativity & Default Mode Network (02:12:15) Civic Discourse & Education; Deconstructing Ideas (02:27:31) “Mirror” Neurons, Shared Social Experiences (02:35:49) Cold Exposure & Sickness; Role of Education (02:38:51) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
If you feel anger, does that mean that you're not enlightened? If you've reached a state of enlightenment, does that mean you won't feel anger ever again? Are we meant to be in a high frequency all the time? This week Zofiarennea Morales, an award winning global strategist and former biophysicist, and now a success […]
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A 69 year old practitioner in Malaysia describes her experiences passing out The Epoch Times newspapers and overcoming tribulations in her family. This and other stories from the Minghui website Articles: 1. Malaysia Fahui | Overcoming My Attachment to Emotion and Cultivating Diligently 2. Our Surroundings Change When We Correct Our Notions
“It's not so much what's going to happen when we die. It's about how we are going to live…and what our legacy is going to be while we're here.” This episode featuring Maureen Kafkas is a philosophical conversation between friends. Few aspects of life are as certain or as difficult to face as death, yet Maureen's experiences have ultimately created expansion and growth. Through her professional and personal experiences, she has supported and advocated for the dying while balancing her own emotions where her loved ones were involved. We skim the surface on a broad and taboo topic with a light dose of spirituality, so bring your open mind. We discuss advocating hospice care, having conversations with your parents, navigating emotions of family members, our thoughts on the ceremonies and burial options after death, even losing our pets. We understand from our own experiences how difficult these conversations can be. It's also true that we can choose a path that feels right for us. Connect with Maureen: https://www.thebrainbs.com/ The Brain BS Podcast Community Connect with Sunny: Join the What Lights You Up Facebook group here. Schedule a conversation here. Intro/outro music: “Feeling Free” by Martin Riopel
Andrea is Dr. Howlands OR circulating nursing at Canyon Crest! In this episode of The Naked Patient, they discuss different religious backgrounds, how they have been shaped by them, and spirituality looks like in their worlds.
Whole Health Empowerment Project- health and wellness, women over 40, weight loss, food freedom, nutrition coach, health hack
Episode description: When it comes to our health, and eating specifically, you may find yourself coping the same way. We have talked about this topic in varying ways on previous podcast episodes so let's dig a little deeper today. “Emotion regulation” - a person's ability to control, regulate, or manage how we respond to an experience that is emotional to us “Emotion dysregulation” is the term used to describe an inability to regularly use healthy strategies to diffuse or moderate negative emotions. While all people occasionally use less than ideal emotion regulation strategies, individuals who regularly experience what feels like overwhelming, intense negative emotions are much more likely to rely on unhealthy strategies. Emotions, thoughts, and behaviors are all linked together thoughts – what is triggering the problem emotions – what are you feeling Behaviors – what do you do as a result Why is emotional regulation important. When it comes to our whole health, having emotional dysregulation can lead to things that take you away from achieving your health goals: Today we review strategies to help manage our feelings/emotions so that you can start meeting the health goals you desire. Show Notes: Parenting (cornell.edu) Emotion Regulation: Definition + 21 Strategies to Manage Emotions - The Berkeley Well-Being Institute (berkeleywellbeing.com) Keywords: motivate, self-care, tips, taking care of yourself Grab your FREEBIE BELOW Five simple things you can do today to keep yourself healthy for tomorrow? As we age, our health and well-being become a bigger focus in our life. You may be worried that it's too late. But there is still hope!!! Discover the health changes you can make today to preserve your health for tomorrow. https://upbeat-hustler-2294.ck.page/06d0e2ccf9 Where can you find us? https://triciard.com/ https://www.instagram.com/wholehealthempower/
Season III of Rosé + Thorns is HERE and we're coming out the gate swinging! It was such a treat having clinical psychologist (and all-around wonderful human), Dr. Vince, bless the show with his wisdom. In this teaser, listeners will get a glimpse into the field of mental health, as well as a taste of reactions to this season's theme, “Men Are Sick.” Enjoy.
Découvrez le livre NEUROSAPIENS, sorti le 26 janvier aux éditions Les Arènes ! Pour apprendre à créer rapidement et à moindre coût son podcast, c'est par ici ! Pourquoi pleurons-nous ? Déjà, cette question pourrait faire tout l'épisode parce que les larmes sont un véritable mystère ! L'homme est la seule espèce caractérisée par des larmes émotionnelles ! D'autres animaux sont susceptibles de gémir ou de crier, mais aucun ne verse des larmes d'émotion – pas même nos plus proches cousins primates. Les primates, et d'autres animaux, libèrent des larmes, certes, mais leur fonction se limite à humidifier les yeux, à les nettoyer, voire à les soigner. Nous allons aussi répondre aux questions suivantes : combien de types de larmes existe-t-il ? Ont-elles réellement un effet cathartique ? Comment fonctionnent mécaniquement les larmes ? Que se passe-t-il pour les personnes qui ne pleurent jamais ? Production, animation, réalisation et illustration : Anaïs Roux Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/neurosapiens.podcast/ email@example.com Produit et distribué en association avec LACME Production. _________ Musique KEEP ON GOING Musique proposée par La Musique Libre Joakim Karud - Keep On Going : https://youtu.be/lOfg0jRqaA8 Joakim Karud : https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud ONE NIGHT AWAY Musique de Patrick Patrikios _________ Sources : Bylsma LM, Gračanin A, Vingerhoets AJJM. The neurobiology of human crying. Clin Auton Res. 2019 Feb;29(1):63-73. doi: 10.1007/s10286-018-0526-y. Epub 2018 Apr 23. PMID: 29687400; PMCID: PMC6201288. Rottenberg, J., Bylsma, L. M., & Vingerhoets, A. J. J. M. (2008). Is Crying Beneficial? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 17(6), 400–404. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8721.2008.00614.x T. LUTZ, Crying : a natural and cultural history of tears, W. W. Norton, 2001. Biological Signals as Handicaps. A. Grafen in Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol. 144, No. 4, pages 517–546; June 21, 1990. Hendriks, Michelle & Nelson, Judith & Cornelius, Randolph & Vingerhoets, Ad. (2008). Why Crying Improves Our Well-being: An Attachment-Theory Perspective on the Functions of Adult Crying. 10.1007/978-0-387-29986-0_6. The Science of Emotion: Research and Tradition in the Psychology of Emotion. Randolph R. Cornelius. Prentice-Hall, 1995. The Handicap Principle: A Missing Piece of Darwin's Puzzle. Amotz Zahavi et al. Oxford University Press, 1997. The Symbolic Species: The Co-Evolution of Language and the Brain. Terrence W. Deacon. W. W. Norton, 1998. Crying: A Natural and Cultural History of Tears. Tom Lutz. W. W. Norton, 2001. A Darwinian Look at a Wailing Baby. Carl Zimmer in New York Times; March 8, 2005. Maternal Effects in Mammals. Edited by Dario Maestripieri and Jill M. Mateo. University of Chicago Press (in press).
Today we dive into a quote by the Scottish Theologian Sinclair B. Ferguson, "Love is not maximum emotion. Love is maximum commitment" If you are listening on Spotify please share add your thoughts there. If not on Spotify email me your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org Connect on Social Media YouTube Channels @penpositive & @VinodNarayan & @scrumpositive Instagram at @penpositive & @scrumpositive My Personal Blog: https://vinodnarayan.com/ Website: https://penpositive.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vinodn/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/penpositive/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/penpositive/support
As things in the world around us and in our lives seem to be moving faster and faster, it can be difficult to know what to focus on. What are the most important steps for building our businesses? What are the foundations we should create or improve? These are the questions I've been answering throughout my Foundations for Your Coaching Business podcast series and now I want to address a few more. In this final episode of the series, I answer some of the most common questions regarding my Masterful Coach Foundations program. This 90-day program is designed to help you solidify your foundations, have actionable and completed items, increase your ease and self-connection, and much more, all while you are already making money. As we move into the summer season, I want for all of us to be able to both grow our businesses and slow down a touch. We all deserve the time and pleasure of engaging in what is happening in our lives and families. I hope you'll join me on this adventure. “I believe that we can open the door to greater ease in your life and in your business, and to meet every goal you desire to meet.” – Molly Claire What You'll Learn There is so much packed into Masterful Coach Foundations, this is just a sampling… Balance between earning now and long term growth activities Checklist Coaching Focus 10K Accelerator Method curriculum Mastering your coaching calls with Molly Confidence Competence Specific help from experts Foundational help Trainings Created during your 90 days Signature talk Conversion process Media pitches Emotion work Self-connection Effectiveness increase Contact Info and Recommended Resources Masterful Coach Foundations program enrollment CLOSES Thursday, June 1, 2023. Don't miss out! Are you a mission-centered Life Coach ready to build your profitable + purposeful business? Masterful Coach Foundations + The 10K Accelerator Method is designed just for you: mollyclaire.com/foundations. I encourage you to not miss a single episode of my Foundations for Your Coaching Business series: mollyclaire.com/the-masterful-coach. Connect with Molly Claire Drop me a comment or question: Instagram | Molly Claire Coaching IG email@example.com Facebook I appreciate your feedback and rating of my podcast: Please head on over to your favorite podcast platform and leave a review of The Masterful Coach. This easy task truly helps! Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | RSS Work with me: mollyclaire.com/coaching Get my FREE 10K Goal Tracker: This free goal tracker will help you organize your plan so you can make money + make a difference, one client at a time. Request your instant access copy today! mollyclaire.com/make-your-first-10k-goal-tracker Feeling stuck in your coaching business? It's not your fault. To help you get unstuck, I have 5 Tips No One Ever Told You. Get them for FREE at mollyclaire.com. Get my book: The Happy Mom Mindset: mollyclaire.com/book
Everything Fastpitch - The Podcast
This weeks Lineup:Warmup SegmentListener Question: How many practices should you have each week? (@12:02)Paige's Power Play: Choices (@20:37)DR3 Fastpitch Pitching Question: My daughter has developed a habit when she is pitching. Is this something that I should be worried about? (@28:14)Should players show emotion towards an official? (@39:08)Crazy Games (@50:44)If we haven't practiced it, don't do it. (@58:44)Support the show
On this live episode of the Know Thyself Podcast, Dr. Joe Dispenza explains how to 'break the habit of being yourself' and become limitless. He describes the habits and thought patterns that keep us stuck in our old ways, limiting our free will and holding us to that which does not actually serve. Revealing that as we learn to tame the unconscious mind, through meditation and mental rehearsal, we unlock the possibility of a new reality, a new us. He describes the real miracles he has witnessed, people healing from 'incurable' diseases instantly, all from changing their reality from the inside out. He also explains the power of heart coherence and harnessing collective consciousness to heal others. He dives into the mystic, describing transcendental experiences through meditation, and tapping into the infinite possibilities of the quantum field. __________ Thank you to the Future Factory for this live podcast and to Wild Living Foods for catering the event ___________ Timecodes: 00:00 The Divine in Every Human Being and the Power of Knowing Thyself 05:18 How We Lose Our Free Will to a Set of Programs 08:45 Taming the Unconscious Mind and the Power of Presence 14:38 Change Your Reality in 7 Days 21:22 Waking up and Changing your Personality 27:21 Condition your Body into the Emotion of Your Future 30:29 Using Mental Rehearsal to Engineer Your Reality 39:36 Escaping Survival and "The Big 3" 46:46 Transforming Your Perception of Self through Meditation 1:01:09 The Quantum Field: Inner Exploration and Becoming Limitless 1:13:26 Using Brain and Heart Coherence for Manifestation 1:21:28 Mystical & Transcendental Experiences through Meditation 1:30:30 Making Miracles Manifest 1:38:40 The Emergence of a New Collective Consciousness 1:48:42 The Power of Unity and Coherence in Creating Miracles 1:52:40 Conclusion ___________ Dr. Joe Dispenza first caught the public's eye as one of the scientists featured in the award-winning film What the BLEEP Do We Know!? Since then, his work has expanded in several key directions that reflect his passion for exploring how people can use findings from neuroscience and quantum physics not only to heal illness but also to enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life. Dr. Joe is driven by the conviction that each one of us has the potential for greatness and unlimited abilities. As a scientist, teacher and lecturer, Dr. Joe has educated thousands of people in how they can re-wire their brains and re-condition their bodies to make lasting changes. As a researcher, he explores the science behind spontaneous remissions and how people heal themselves of chronic conditions and even terminal diseases. He has been partnering with other scientists to research the effects of meditation during his advanced workshops, using techniques from brain mapping with EEGs to measuring heart coherence to demonstrating verifiable epigenetic changes in his students. He is also currently measuring telomere changes as well as 7,500 gene regulations in this research with advanced participants too. As a corporate consultant, Dr. Joe gives on-site lectures and workshops for businesses and corporations interested in using neuroscientific principles to boost their employees' creativity, innovation, productivity, and more. He is the author of the New York Timesbestseller You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter as well as Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself and Evolve Your Brain. Website: https://drjoedispenza.com Books: https://drjoedispenza.com/collections/books Meditations: https://drjoedispenza.com/collections/meditations Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjoedispenza/ ___________ Know Thyself Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knowthyself/ Website: https://www.knowthyself.one Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ4wglCWTJeWQC0exBalgKg Listen to all episodes on Audio: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4FSiemtvZrWesGtO2MqTZ4?si=d389c8dee8fa4026 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-thyself/id1633725927 André Duqum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreduqum/ Meraki Media https://merakimedia.com https://www.instagram.com/merakimedia/
POP: Perspectives on Public Health
Alyssa F. Harlow, PhD, MPH is an epidemiologist and postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences at the University of Southern California and the USC Health, Emotion, and Addiction Laboratory. Harlow's research applies novel epidemiologic methods and causal inference to better understand the determinants and health effects of tobacco-product and substance use behaviors and inform policy. She has extensive experience conducting longitudinal analyses with the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH), a large national cohort study on tobacco product use. Her research primarily falls under three domains, including (a) documenting disparities and identifying fundamental causes of disparities in tobacco use among vulnerable populations; (b) identifying determinants of product transitions (e.g., initiation, progression, cessation), including the impact of product characteristics on substance use behaviors; and (c) examining the physical health effects of tobacco-product and cannabis use, including cardiopulmonary and reproductive health outcomes.Read the story at Keck School NewsLearn more about this episode and others at pphs.usc.edu/podcastStay in the loop - subscribe to the Preventive Dose newsletter for monthly news straight to your inbox.Follow us on social - find us at @uscpphs Instagram TikTok Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube
What actually are “emotions” and how are they made? Lisa Feldman Barrett joins Igor and Charles to discuss what we've got right and what we've got completely wrong about the nature of our emotional lives. Igor grapples with the idea that red apples aren't necessarily red, Lisa shares that anger doesn't always look like anger, and Charles learns that a racing heartbeat can be interpreted in fundamentally different ways. Welcome to Episode 54. Special Guest: Lisa Feldman Barrett.
Darin Olien is a renowned health expert, co-host of 'Down to Earth with Zac Efron,' superfood hunter, and wellness entrepreneur. In this interview we uncover the hidden health threats and toxic products that may be jeopardizing your well-being, Join Emilio Ortiz as he delves into a captivating conversation with Darin Olien, exploring the alarming connections between our everyday choices and their impact on our health. With a focus on conscious consumption, Darin Olien sheds light on the harmful toxins present in everyday products and offers practical solutions for healthier alternatives. His expertise extends to decoding nutrition labels, exploring the benefits of superfoods, and advocating for sustainable practices. Darin Olien's mission is to educate, inspire, and empower individuals to make informed decisions that positively impact their health and the environment. In this thought-provoking podcast discussion, Darin Olien shares his profound insights and practical solutions for conscious living. Discover the detrimental effects of common products and habits on our health, as Darin exposes the hidden toxins making you sick. Gain invaluable knowledge and empower yourself to make informed choices for a healthier lifestyle. In honor of the new release of the Fatal Conveniences book, we cover everything from household items, water, to personal care products, this interview sheds light on the risks associated with seemingly harmless everyday essentials. Understand the steps needed to reclaim your vitality through this transformative journey toward conscious consumption and well-being. ________________________ CHAPTERS: 00:00:00 - Darin Olien Introduction 00:03:12 - Challenging the Status Quo 00:04:20 - The Paradox of Rest and Inspiration 00:08:18 - Attuning to Consciousness for Mental Health and Creating Sustainable Relationships 00:12:30 - Personal Freedom and Sovereignty 00:16:09 - Fatal Products That Are Undermining Your Health 00:24:17 - The Danger of Chemicals in Our Daily Lives 00:28:24 - The Harmful Impact of the Clothing Industry 00:32:31 - The Truth About Fatal Conveniences 00:36:15 - Taking Responsibility for Your Health 00:40:31 - Shifting our Consciousness to Health and Sustainability 00:44:47 - The Disconnect from Love 00:49:20 - The Loopholes in Trade Secrets and Controlling Ingredients 00:53:29 - The Dangers of Pervasive Lifestyle Toxicity 00:57:33 - The Mystery of Water and the Quantum Field 01:09:18 - A Philosophical View on Illness and Disease 01:13:13 - Creating Environments of Emotion and Responsibility 01:17:25 - Creating a New Earth 01:21:06 - Planet First over Power and Profit ________________________ Guest: Darin Olien, Superfood Hunter Website Instagram Lastest Book: Fatal Conveniences The Darin Olien Show Watch Season 2: Down to Earth Superfood Baruka Nuts YouTube | @DarinOlienOfficial Host: Emilio Ortiz ✦ Instagram | https://bit.ly/35fkcJx ✦ Subscribe on YouTube | @EmilioOrtiz ________________________ Special Offerings to Support the Show: Receive 15% off any purchase from Ra Optics, the world's best blue-light-blocking glasses. Use our code "justtapin" at checkout for your special discount - https://bit.ly/RaOptics-EmilioOrtiz Receive 10% off any purchase from Intelligent Change, elegant tools, and simple daily routines to instill positive change, including products such as "Five Minute Journal" and "Productivity Planner." Use our code "EMILIO10" at checkout for your special discount - https://bit.ly/IntelligentChange-EmilioOrtiz
Show SummaryOn this episode of Behind the Mission, we feature a conversation with Army Veteran Jim Zenner, Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. We discuss the unique experience of serving one of the largest concentrations of veterans in the United States. About Today's Guest James (Jim) Zenner most recently worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) as a Mental Health Program Manager III. In this capacity, Jim was responsible for the implementation and oversight of the Veteran Peer Access Network, and was the lead program manager assigned to collaborate with the Veteran Healthcare Administration, Veteran Benefits Administration, CalVet, and other federal and local agencies regarding veteran programming for LACDMH. In addition, Mr. Zenner is responsible for working with the philanthropic sector through a public private partnership with Southern California Grantmakers to bolster collective impact work through the LA Veteran Collaborative to help leverage private funding to expand social service capacity.Jim's prior experience includes working as a Peer Support Coordinator for the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, Director of Homeless Veteran Programs/Subject Matter Expert for Vets Advocacy, Associate Director of Community Programs for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at the University of Southern California, Consultant for the Volunteers of America Incorporated, Assistant Director of Clinical Veteran Services for Volunteers of America Los Angeles, and a Consultant for Vets Advocacy Incorporated.Mr. Zenner enlisted in the United States Army from April 2004 to April 2008, completed one deployment in support of Iraqi Freedom as an All Source Intelligence Analyst from 2006-2007 with 1-14 Cav, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division “Second to None.” Jim went on to serve in the United States Army Reserve from April 2008 to May 2011. He possesses a Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from St. Martin's University.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeLA County Department of Military and Veterans AffairsBob Hope Patriotic HallPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week is Behind The Mission Podcast Episode 10 featuring Army National Guard Chaplain and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Nathan Graeser highlighting LA County's efforts to develop community collaboration for veteran support. In this episode, you can hear more about the Veteran Peer Access Network and the work that the county is doing to collaborate to support it's military affiliated population. You can see find this episode here: https://psycharmor.org/podcast/nathan-graeser This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations. Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com