When nature brings on colder weather the leaves fall. The tree lets go what it does not need. Humans though because we have memories hold onto our past. We must learn that the leaves must fall. This episode is about the power of letting go and releasing the past. The past can be a seductive siren, luring us into its comforting embrace with the haunting melodies of "what was." It whispers tales of bygone days, some sweet, some bitter, yet all are gone. To live in the past is to walk in a world that no longer exists, to plant our feet in the shifting sands of a time that has already slipped through the hourglass. In our journey through the corridors of time, we often find ourselves looking over our shoulders, fixated on the shadows of what has been. Neville Goddard, a profound teacher of metaphysical thought, invites us to understand that our reality is a mirror of our inner states, our thoughts, and beliefs. It is within this understanding that we find the importance of releasing the past. To let go of the past is to free ourselves from an invisible burden that colors our world with the hues of experiences that are no longer alive. It is to acknowledge that we are not our history; we are the creators of our destiny. The past is like a worn-out garment—familiar, yes, but no longer a fit for the life we wish to lead. ✨Sign up for my newsletter and email list https://chiefexecutiveprime.activehosted.com/f/1
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SUMMARY Megan Sheldon, a seasoned End of Life Doula, Celebrant, and Cultural Mythologist, guides us through the profound significance of rituals and ceremonies in acknowledging life's transitions, especially during moments of loss and change. With her background and expertise, Megan shares insights into the transformative potential of these practices, offering tools and frameworks for creating personalized rituals. She emphasizes their role in processing emotions like anger and grief, discussing their historical absence in modern society and how they were once fundamental in ancient cultures. Megan's personal experiences, including recurrent pregnancy losses and the loss of a loved one, fuelled her passion for empowering others through rituals, showcased by a poignant story of creating a meaningful ritual for her father's dying friend. This episode is a heartfelt exploration of how rituals serve as powerful tools for emotional healing and understanding in life's most challenging moments.EPISODE NOTES In this episode, Megan Sheldon, End of Life Doula, Celebrant, Cultural Mythologist and Founder of BE Ceremonial, an organization that supports people through grief and loss through bespoke rituals and ceremonies, takes us on a journey into the transformative potential of rituals and ceremonies. Megan, who has her Masters in Cultural Mythology, has helped thousands of individuals connect with their inner creative instincts to craft meaningful experiences by activating the power of ritual and ceremony to acknowledge life's moments, particularly amidst loss or change. Throughout the episode, Megan answers thought-provoking questions that unravel the essence and importance of rituals and ceremonies, delving into the mechanics of their magic, empowering listeners to explore and incorporate rituals into their lives.Megan shares her framework of creating ceremonies (her 1-5 ingredients), tools for building personalized rituals, examples of rituals resolving past traumas, to the societal absence of rituals surrounding significant life events like death and miscarriages. She delves into the lost connection to creativity, exploring how rituals and ceremonies were once integral to ancient cultures but have been largely excluded from modern Western society. Megan shares her perspective on rituals as a means to process emotions, addressing anger, grief, and other overlooked feelings, emphasizing their role in guiding us through life's emotional landscapes. She enlightens listeners on the mechanics of ritual magic and provides guidance for individuals seeking to incorporate rituals into their lives.She opens up about how her own recurrent pregnancy losses and the loss of a close family member led her to turn to ceremony and ritual to make sense of and heal from those losses, and how that sparked a passion in her to empowering others to tap into the power of rituals as a means of authentically expressing and navigating complex feelings. And she shares a deeply touching story about creating a ritual for her father's dying friend, a story that had me in tears. Throughout the episode, Megan touches on various aspects, from the framework of creating ceremonies (her 1-5 ingredients), tools for building personalized rituals, examples of rituals resolving past traumas, to the societal absence of rituals surrounding significant life events like death and miscarriages. She delves into the lost connection to creativity, exploring how rituals and ceremonies were once integral to ancient cultures but have been largely excluded from modern Western society. Megan shares her perspective on rituals as a means to process emotions, addressing anger, grief, and other overlooked feelings, emphasizing their role in guiding us through life's emotional landscapes. She enlightens listeners on the mechanics of ritual magic and provides guidance for individuals seeking to incorporate rituals into their lives. What we Talk About-Understanding and practice of rituals and ceremonies.-The mechanics of rituals and their potency in guiding individuals through difficult emotional landscapes-Megan's 1-5 ingredients and a list of tools she uses to empower individuals in building personalized and impactful rituals.-How you can begin to invite ritual and ceremony into your life-Societal pressure to pursue constant happiness, leading to the neglect of negative emotions and how rituals can help us learn to sit with the uncomfortable -Examples of transformative rituals designed by Megan, that have supported people to resolve traumatic experiences from their past.
Are you ready to face the pain of loss and transform it into a journey of healing? Ahira Smith, a certified grief coach, guides us through the complex terrains of sorrow, sharing invaluable insights into how she mystically navigates mourning with her clients. Ahira's unique workspace connects with the heartbreak of loss, offering intriguing perspectives on the unacclaimed struggles people go through, especially in workplaces that barely scratch the surface of human suffering.Ahira's empathic abilities allow her to deeply connect with her clients, enabling her to steer their hurt toward recovery. The discourse takes an interesting twist as she shares her experiences of guiding empaths through the labyrinth of grief, helping them honor their feelings of loss while setting necessary boundaries. Listen in as Ahira unfolds her strategies on how to move forward without forgetting, making peace with the pain, and guarding your energy.The heartbeat of our conversation is Ahira's podcast and YouTube show, "It's Not You, It's Grief." She shares the symbolism behind its launch date and the meaning of 'homegoing services' within the African-American community. As Ahira unveils her range of services from one-on-one coaching, group sessions to speaking engagements, you get an opportunity to book a session and experience her magically transformative coaching. Embark on this journey of healing, learning to honor your feelings of loss, and navigating your own grief journey with Ahira.Connect with Ahira Support the showWe hope you found the episode to be enlightening and insightful. Our goal is to create content that not only entertains but also helps you grow spiritually and connect with your inner self. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to like, subscribe, and write a review. Your feedback is incredibly valuable to us and helps us to improve the quality of our content and reach a wider audience. We believe that by sharing knowledge and insights about spirituality, we can help to inspire positive change and personal growth. So, if you find our podcast to be meaningful and informative, we encourage you to share it with your friends and family. You TubeFacebookFacebook Group The Road To Spiritual AwakeningSpiritual Awakening 101 Guide
Dr. Mark Gregory Karris is a compassionate and dedicated licensed marriage and family therapist, empowering individuals and couples to embark on transformative journeys to healing and self-discovery. Based in the vibrant city of San Diego, California, Mark's extensive expertise encompasses the realms of religious trauma, men's issues, and couples therapy. Mark earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Nyack College, followed by a Masters of Counseling from Alliance Graduate School of Counseling. His thirst for knowledge led him to an intensive Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School and ultimately a PsyD from Alliant International University, with a specialized focus on Marriage and Family Therapy. Mark has traveled internationally for the Red Cross, conducting workshops on stress, trauma, anger, and communication. His passion for sharing knowledge has also led him to conduct numerous workshops over the years on relationships, shame and self-criticism, self-compassion, and attachment theory and religion. Mark's extensive knowledge on religious trauma has also found its way onto dozens of podcasts and television, where he has engaged in important conversations about the significant issue this emerging topic. A celebrated author, Mark's impactful books, "Religious Refugees: (De)Constructing Toward Spiritual and Emotional Healing" and "The Diabolical Trinity: Healing Religious Trauma Due to Believing in a Wrathful God, Tormenting Hell, and a Sinful Self," have touched the lives of countless readers, offering profound insights and guidance on their path to emotional well-being. Mark's therapeutic approach is holistic, integrative, and experiential. He believes in engaging the mind, body, spirit, and emotions, drawing from a diverse range of therapeutic modalities. From psychodynamic and intensive short-term dynamic therapy to internal family systems, cognitive-behavioral, somatic-based, and spiritual approaches. He has also undergone extensive training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, ensuring that his couples receive the most effective and empathetic care. Mark's book on couple relationships will come out in 2024. Visit MarkGregoryKarris.com to discover more about his work. Here is a link to Mark's Book, The Diabolical Trinity- Here is a link to Mark's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgcz2Pq4FMpItOWs3wylTCg Here is a link to Mark's Website: MarkGregoryKarris.com Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
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Dr. Michael Wild is a Chiropractic Physician for 31 years, Functional Medicine practitioner for 15 years, certified Cellular Healing Specialist related to chronic inflammation and toxicity BioHacker for 5 years, owner of a Cellular Health Spa/Gym, and creator of "Functional Chiro-Hacking": a synergy of all 3 of these healing services. Dr. Wild developed the protocol called "The Cellular Healing Cycle" which helped his wife live 15x longer than expected when prognosed with a "terminal" illness, AngioSarcoma (one of the rarest and most aggressive of all cancers).Connect with Dr. WildFacebook Group: Restore Your Health OnlineWebsite: RestoreYourHealth.onlineConnect with AbigailFacebook group: Heart Space Healing for SeekersInstagram @yourmindbodyfreeTikTok @yourmindbodyfree
Find your breathing space in this meditation, allowing the breath to be a source of healing energy for your mind, a balm for your body, and solace for your soul. This week, we launch into a series designed to help you heal from within using scientific healing methods. You're guided using meditation techniques to heal your mind, body, and soul. This is a beautiful series if you are getting ready to celebrate the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving. This is part 3 of a 7-part meditation series titled Scientific Healing Methods, 1999-2005. THIS WEEK'S CHALLENGE: This week, your weekly challenge is to take daily small steps to heal yourself the way you need it most. A DIFFERENT MEDITATION TECHNIQUE EVERY DAY FOCUSED ON A WEEKLY THEME: You are guided with a different meditation technique every day that is customized for the week's theme. Weave the techniques into the most stressful times of your day to manage difficult emotions. The meditation techniques help to calm the "monkey mind," when your thoughts continuously interrupt your meditation. FREE TOOLS: For free meditation tools to help you start meditating please head over to my website at www.SipandOm.com, and there you'll find a multitude of free resources to help you on your Meditation Journey. Enjoy access to nearly 3,000 guided meditations without ads on the Sip and Om app. Try it for 7 days of free access to the full app! Listen on iTunes for 1-Week Free! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sip-and-om/id1216664612?platform=iphone&preserveScrollPosition=true#platform/iphone 1-week Free Access to the Android app! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sipandom.sipandom ***All meditations are Mary Meckley's original copyrighted content unless otherwise stated, and may not be shared without her written permission. RESOURCES Music composed by Christopher Lloyd Clark licensed by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com, and also by musician Greg Keller. I'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU I'd love your feedback! Please let me know how you're enjoying the meditations by leaving me a review on iTunes. **All of the information shared on this podcast is for your enjoyment only. Please don't consider the meditation techniques, herbal tea information, or other information shared by Mary Meckley or any of her guests as a replacement for any kind of medical or psychological treatment. That being said, please enjoy any peace, energy, or clarity you may experience as you meditate!
In today's episode, we explore the nuanced art of emotional release. The discussion revolves around the crucial balance between confronting and fully experiencing emotions, with a caution against becoming ensnared in over-processing. Drawing from her personal experiences, Raven guides us on applying tantric teachings, providing practical insights into navigating emotional landscapes and addressing significant milestones, such as the grief process.Raven also takes a focused look at the complexities of trauma, shedding light on how societal pressures often coerce us into suppressing our anger. The episode concludes with a thought-provoking critique of societal expectations surrounding trauma expression, encouraging us to authentically convey our emotions and embrace life's inherent complexities for a more fulfilling existence.Key takeaways from this episode:- The Importance of the grieving process- The struggles of new mothers- The role of adrenaline in emotional processing- Understanding hard and soft traumaQuotes from Episode:"Anger is one of the most powerful emotions for infusing your life with Life Force energy, but it is often denied in our culture because people don't know how to express anger healthily.""Scream into your hands, stamp your feet! Spend 10 minutes doing this instead of bypassing your emotional body. Avoid falling into distractions, addictions, or sinking into a well of self-pity within a never-ending loop of processing and mistakenly labeling it as spirituality."Links from this episode: - Embodied Awakening Academy - https://embodiedawakeningacademy.com- Upcoming Living Tantra Retreats - https://embodiedawakeningacademy.com/ltrglobal/
In this episode, we are joined by a special guest, Mackenzie Belcastro. Mackenzie is known for her work in Woman Coaching and as the Host of the North Star Podcast. We will be exploring the essence of her coaching methods and her expertise in empowering women through divine and feminine principles. Mackenzie Belcastro assists women in navigating life's challenges by helping them tap into their inner strength and wisdom. Her holistic approach focuses on mindfulness, emotional healing, and self-care, enabling clients to develop self-awareness, release emotional blocks, and prioritize their well-being. Through her transformative coaching, Belcastro has empowered countless women to reclaim their power, find their purpose, and overcome adversities. The testimonials from her clients demonstrate the profound impact her coaching has had on their lives. By embracing the divine feminine, women can face life's hurdles with confidence and grace, benefiting themselves and society as a whole. As women continue to break barriers and redefine societal norms, it becomes crucial to have support systems in place to help them navigate the challenges and hurdles they encounter, sustaining the progression of womanhood. In this episode, we will delve into Mackenzie's teachings of the divine feminine, her coaching methods, and the transformative impact she has had on the lives of her clients. Mackenzie Belcastro is a renowned women's coach and advocate for the divine feminine. Her unique approach and empowering techniques have helped countless women overcome obstacles and live their best lives. Before we explore Mackenzie's coaching techniques, it is important to grasp the concept of the divine feminine. The divine feminine represents the qualities typically associated with women, such as intuition, empathy, compassion, and nurturing. However, it is crucial to note that these qualities are not limited to any gender and are inherent in all individuals. Embracing the divine feminine allows individuals to tap into their inner strength and wisdom, enabling them to navigate life's challenges with grace and resilience. While this idea can be easily misinterpreted and distorted to become overly materialistic, at its core, it is a desire to express the feminine side and embrace art, creativity, and sensitivity. Mackenzie Belcastro strongly believes in the power of the divine feminine and its ability to guide individuals through life's obstacles. Her coaching approach is holistic, focusing on the mind, body, and spirit, placing the person at the center rather than focusing on superficial displays of confidence. By incorporating various techniques, Mackenzie helps her clients develop deep self-awareness, allowing them to discover and embrace their true potential. She empowers people to not just talk about empowerment but to actually feel and embody it. Mackenzie found her purpose in a moment of complete isolation and loss, where she discovered the concept of the Divine Feminine and learned to find creative ways to connect with the complex power and sensitivity within herself. This transformative experience has shaped her into the person she is today. One of the pillars of Mackenzie's coaching is mindfulness and meditation, which she incorporates through visual journaling. By teaching her clients to be present and cultivate a deep connection with themselves, they can strengthen their relationship with their own intuition and make decisions aligned with their higher purpose. Through guided meditations, Mackenzie helps her clients create a sacred space within themselves and connect with their divine feminine essence. Understanding and embracing the creative sensitivity of women's intuition and challenging societal norms is a blessing. One piece of advice Mackenzie shared with us is the importance of meditation as a fundamental self-practice for disciplining the mind and connecting with the inner self. She suggests finding a quiet space, even something as simple as a closet, and meditating with closed eyes for a few minutes to find peace within. It can be a process because committing to prioritize oneself at the end of the day requires ongoing effort and dedication. Ultimately, it is essential to become self-aware and recognize the natural affinity that divine femininity has towards higher density thinking and consciousness. Another key aspect of Mackenzie's coaching is emotional healing. She assists her clients in identifying and releasing emotional blocks, traumas, and limiting beliefs that hinder personal growth. By creating a safe and nurturing environment, Mackenzie empowers her clients to confront and heal their emotional wounds, enabling them to step into their power and live authentically. In addition to mindfulness and emotional healing through meditation, Mackenzie also emphasizes the importance of self-care and self-love. She guides her clients in developing healthy habits, setting boundaries, and prioritizing their well-being. Limitations are necessary to preserve purity. By nurturing themselves, women can thrive in all areas of their lives, including relationships, career, and personal growth. “You don't have to try so hard in other things. Once you build up you'll know self-esteem and your own internal worth. You don't necessarily have to try so hard. Make sure that you do the workout or make sure that you get the work done because it's just like a part of the way that you view yourself. part of your image.” -Mackenzie Belcastro The impact Mackenzie Belcastro has had on her clients' lives is nothing short of extraordinary. Through her coaching, women have been able to reclaim their power, find their purpose, and overcome adversities they once believed were insurmountable. However, in this special episode we also took a dive into divorce and life coaching in marriage life. We dissect into Jason's shared experience as well as Mackenzie's own life advice to recover from disastrous heartbreaks in a relationship. We need working at the same time if you're in that corporate world and you don't have control over that schedule, finding that essential work life balance. It's actually not about fitting yourself into the stereotypical boxes. Learn to know the things you have control over versus the things you don't have control. Mackenzie Belcastro's coaching methods and unwavering belief in the power of the divine feminine have truly transformed the lives of countless women. By helping her clients tap into their intuition, heal emotional wounds, and prioritize self-care, Mackenzie empowers women to face life's hurdles with confidence and grace, going beyond the material damage and physical hurt. She transcends the limited notion of what it means to be a "woman" in the modern age. Moreover, Mackenzie recognizes that femininity knows no bounds – it extends beyond biological and ideological definitions. She teaches that there is a deep-rooted connection between masculinity and the divine feminine, highlighting her own experiences serving in the US Marine Corps as an example of how the divine feminine can thrive under pressure. Power is not inherently masculine; it is feminine. As a woman, it is important to challenge any dynamics that make you uncomfortable, trust your intuition, and not let fear take control. Gut instinct is essential in combating the stereotypical vulnerability imposed on women within the power dynamics of modern society. We need to trust in it and make our dreams a reality. As more women embrace their divine feminine essence, society as a whole benefits from their wisdom, compassion, and resilience. If you're a woman seeking to navigate life's challenges and unlock your true potential please take a visit to Mackenzie Belcastro official website and learn about her work. She is the coach who will guide you every step of the way. As always, Higher Density Living reserves no dogma because only the truth prevails in the universe. History is judged by enlightened communities, and the Higher Density Living podcast is committed to the same cause. You are the center of the universe. Thank you for joining us on this cosmic journey, and we look forward to sharing more fascinating topics with you in the future. Stay tuned for more episodes where we delve into the profound principles that shape our existence. Please support our sponsors TARTLE.CO. 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The holidays are HERE and we can easily get triggered by relatives who say things that make us feel uncomfortable, activate past conditioning and old beliefs, or people who make us feel guilty for not doing what they want or being who they want you to be. Let go of any expectations, control and any judgment with this 1 affirmation in today's episode. Affirming: “I am helpless over other people's emotions and actions” frees you from the story of your Itty-Bitty-Shitty-Committee to return to your inner peace. Listen to today's meditation to help you let go of a triggering situation to find your freedom. Please let me know if you like this affirmation and how it's helping you in letting go of triggered emotions and be free. Xx Audrey p.s. join me in beautiful BALI or Tuscany yoga retreat in 2024. All details at: http://www.audreysuttonmills.com Join me for a virtual event SOUL SPEAK: soulful yoga + meditation + journaling to attune to your heart's deepest desire and let your Soul speak your sankalpa and Dharma SIGN UP for Soul speak virtual workshop January 7th, 2023 @4-6PM pst https://www.eventbrite.com/e/satya-soul-speak-yoga-intention-setting-event-tickets-758008031427?aff=oddtdtcreator
Today, in episode 252 of The Full Frontal Living™ Podcast I'm diving into a touching and deeply transformative conversation with my special guest, Sara Intonato, a consultant, yoga teacher, coach, and beacon of hope for parents with neurodiverse children, who has carved a new path for families seeking empowerment and understanding. Fueled by her own experiences as a parent of a child with autism, Sara transformed her life and learned to transcend the shame, blame, martyrdom and victim mentality that many families with neurodiverse children succumb to. Sara shares the journey that led her to create a comforting community for parents who felt alone and misunderstood, while coping with the diagnosis of their child. She talks about what it looks like to take an empowered role as a parent and not put 100% of the focus on your child, but also allowing yourself to thrive. Sara opens up about her personal struggles and turning points, as well as how she harnessed the principles of yoga for self-healing and clarity amid the chaos. She will also discuss the importance of parents committing to their personal well-being, as much as they do for their children, thus recovering from an often below the surface martyrdom syndrome, which can lead to severe burnout and chronic health issues. Sara highlights how this syndrome disrupts the sensitive regulatory systems of neurodiverse children, who then struggle to prosper in the face of parental stress. Learn about practical tools and strategies that not only empower parents but create a nurturing environment for the entire family. Join us also as we delve into Sara's best-selling book, “Emotional Healing for Parents with Children of Autism,” which recounts her family's journey and serves as a beacon of solace and guidance for parents experiencing similar situations. Purchase Sara's book on Amazon To join Sara's Empowered Parenting Group www.saraintonato.com/empowered-parenting-group Connect with Sara on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sara.intonato/ To apply to coach with Lisa in 2024 www.lisacarpenter.ca/collective Learn how to protect and care for your energy when life is life-ing by downloading Lisa's free guide lisacarpenter.ca/protect
In today's episode, I dive deep into the struggles and triumphs of personal and professional growth. I address the common narrative of feeling stuck and the toll it takes on our mental and emotional well-being. Through powerful anecdotes and motivational insights, I explore the concept of perseverance, the impact of toxic thoughts, and the importance of breaking free from limiting beliefs. Join me as I navigate through the darkness to find the light at the end of the tunnel and discover the strength within ourselves to keep pushing forward, no matter our hardships. "Do you know how much of a miracle it is to wake up every day in your shoes, have what you have, and experience the love that you experience? You are blessed. It's going to be okay. You're going to be okay." - Keith Kalfas Topics Covered: 3:30: Relentless pursuit of success and integrity. - Struggles with perseverance despite facing challenges and having successful role models. 5:07: Manifesting reality through vibrational energy. - The power of thoughts and emotions in manifesting reality, using examples from personal experiences and spiritual texts. 6:58: Breaking through apathy and shame to reach personal growth. - Reflects on past struggles with addiction, trauma, and personal growth. Key Takeaways "The most successful people I know have gone through the most effed-up stuff and continue to go through it. And somehow, they persevere. They persevere through it. Never said those words together in that particular order. They persevere through it. So maybe just think I said the word peer. They peer through the successful people." - Kieth Connect with Keith Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithkalfas/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelandscapingemployeetrap Website: https://www.keithkalfas.com/resources Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@keith-kalfas Resources and Websites:
In this "Conversations with Rich Bennett" podcast episode titled "Embracing Emotional Healing: Ann Hince's Story of Resilience," sponsored by Freedom Federal Credit Union, Ann Hince shares her compelling journey of overcoming a challenging childhood and PTSD through self-healing and emotional resilience. Raised by alcoholic parents, Ann's early life was marked by trauma and struggle, but she discovered a path to healing through Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping. This method, involving tapping on certain body parts while addressing emotions and memories, helped her manage stress and release emotional baggage.Ann's transformative experience also includes physical changes like realigning her eye sockets and growing taller at 56, achieved through her unique approach to mental focus and body awareness. Her story delves into the discovery of her biological familyafter being adopted and how these personal experiences shaped her healingphilosophy. Ann emphasizes the significance of embracing emotions and pasttraumas to facilitate internal change, which she believes can profoundly impactone's reality.Throughout the episode, Ann's narrative is an inspiring testament to the power of internal healing and the mind-body connection. Her insights and techniques offer valuable guidance for listeners seeking a deeper understanding of their own emotional and physical healing journey.Here are links for you to bookmark, save, follow, memorize, write down, and share with others:Ann Hince - A Pathway to Insight - The book, speaking and teachingFacebookAnn Hince - YouTubeThis episode is sponsored by Freedom Federal Credit UnionTar Heel Construction Group Harford County Living Stamp of Approval for Roofing, Siding and Exterior Services Freedom Federal Credit Union HELPING YOU REACH YOUR FINANCIAL DREAMSDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showFollow the Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast on Social Media:Facebook – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingFacebook Group (Join the conversation) – Conversations with Rich Bennett podcast group | FacebookTwitter – Conversations with Rich Bennett & Harford County LivingInstagram – Harford County LivingTikTok – CWRB (@conversationsrichbennett) | TikTok Sponsors, Affiliates, and ways we pay the bills:Recorded at the Freedom Federal Credit Union StudiosHosted on BuzzsproutRocketbookSquadCast Contests & Giveaways Subscribe by Email ...
Is there a path to breaking free even in the darkest moments? How do you work through trauma? A Healing Peace interviews José Pereira about spending five years as a hostage. Jose shares his journey through the unexpected twists and turns of adversity. Learn how to unravel the secrets of breaking free from the chains […]
You can rewire your brain, change how you think and perceive life, and become in love with it by consciously choosing how you want to think. The moment you are born, your conscious mind isn't formed yet, while the subconscious mind is fully open. Therefore, whatever you hear, see, experience, and perceive from that point gets stored in your subconscious. That's where your mood, attitude, and personality form and then, often unconsciously, direct your life to this point. However, many things you learn and adapt to aren't serving you. Therefore, to change the way you think and feel, you must learn to rewire your brain. What do I mean by rewiring? When you think a thought, something called a “neuropathway” is formed in your brain. The more you repeat this thought or behavior, the more this neuropathway strengthens. But what if you are repeating negative or self-defeating thoughts and behaviors? We can refer to this as an unconscious process of thinking. The good news is that we can make it a conscious one. Instead of letting your thoughts run on autopilot, you can rewire your brain by consciously choosing what you want to think. As Carl Jung said, “Until you make unconscious conscious, it will direct your life, and you will call it fate.” Life isn't based on fate or some prewritten destiny that's out of your hands. By consciously choosing who you want to be, and how you want to live and then actively working towards that goal - you can craft your destiny. After listening to this episode, you will have a clear understanding of what shaped you into the person you are today and why you may find it hard to change. You will also learn how to rewire your brain with a simple, yet effective 3-step process. Here is a glance at this episode… [01:30] A science-based understanding that explains how we create habitual ways of thinking and feeling. Understanding how you wire and then rewire your brain. [04:42] How to consciously create new neuropathways and rewire your brain through a simple 3-step process. [05:25] What is required of you to successfully apply this 3-step formula, and how to handle your mind when it rebels against your new way of thinking. [09:42] How to use forgiveness and compassion as a support when working on your mindset and changing the habitual ways of thinking and feeling. [16:05] How to use questions to rewire your brain and change negative thinking patterns by reframing them.
Welcome to another insightful episode of the Fearless Freedom with Dr. G podcast, where we explore the transformative journey of Wysteria Edwards, BA, Ed.M. An acclaimed author, playwright, and influential educator, Wysteria is also the proud founder of Simple & Deep TM, a platform designed to empower women to comprehend attachment, delve into their stories, and lead purposeful lives. In this episode, Wysteria shares her profound insights into the primal wound of attachment and its pivotal role in overcoming adversity and violence. Her wisdom goes beyond addressing symptoms, offering a holistic approach to healing. The roots of her revelations trace back to personal struggles, battling behavioral addictions and self-sabotage, which became a catalyst for monumental changes in her personal and professional life. With over two decades of experience in education, Wysteria discovered the transformative power of securing attachment, unlocking hidden potentials in individuals. Her journey takes a poignant turn in 2018 when a troubled young boy in her classroom captured her heart. Determined to make a difference, she turned to the beloved show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood for attachment repair techniques, witnessing astounding results—from rewiring neural pathways to fostering secure attachment and building stronger social connections. Inspired by these experiences, Wysteria gained access to Mister Rogers' personal papers in 2019, unveiling his own journey through developmental trauma. This revelation served as the inspiration for her innovative teaching approach, focusing on attachment, attunement, and intention. The culmination of this journey is her powerful book, "Waiting for Mister Rogers: Teaching with Attachment Attunement, and Intention"—a compelling call to action for anyone interacting with children to prioritize emotional well-being. As we delve into Wysteria's narrative, we are reminded to access empathy for the child we once were, engaging with developmental traumas full of stories that need to be named, articulated, pondered, and blessed. Join us in this captivating exploration of attachment, attunement, and intention with the remarkable Wysteria Edwards. Learn more about Wysteria here: Guest Bio: Wysteria Edwards BA, Ed.M., is changing the way we live with attachment, attunement, and intention. She's a respected Kindergarten teacher in Eastern WA, who has perfected the art of creating a classroom filled with care, hope, and healing. Her passion for teaching even led her to gain access to Mister Rogers' personal papers to write the groundbreaking book, "Waiting for Mister Rogers: Teaching with Attachment, Attunement, and Intention." Prepare to be amazed as Wysteria's unwavering dedication to attachment repair transforms educational practices and reshapes our perspectives on adversity and developmental trauma. She's the visionary behind Simple & Deep TM, a company that empowers women to comprehend insecure attachment through engaging stories and intentional living. ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: ___________________ ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?
I was on a retreat shadowing my mentor and teacher, Jana Wilson who teaches how to love our inner child. As adults, we're typically interacting with each other from our wounded child - that part of us who hasn't learned to be with and manage our emotions to be the healthy, mature adult. So, when we get triggered, our wounded child acts out. We might act out in anger or rage, when beneath that is a little child who feels helpless over others or feels sorrow and grief. It's easier to be angry than to feel helpless. Underneath our wounded emotions of anger, resentment, shame, fear or jealousy are 5 core emotions from our core inner child. In today's podcast, we'll explore these 5 core emotions to help you uncover the real emotion that you're feeling, so you can lovingly BE with yourself. Moving forward, you can use this technique to help you listen to your emotions of your inner child and give yourself a big hug and remember it's going to be okay because you have YOU. When you become the healthy, loving, mature adult you needed as a child, you heal old patterns and wounds and love your whole self. Lots of love friend, Audrey p.s. join me in beautiful BALI or Tuscany yoga retreat in 2024. All details at: http://www.audreysuttonmills.com
Dr. Owen Schwartz is a holistic medical doctor specializing in psychospiritual therapy, soul journeys and transformative energy healing. In this conversation we explore Owen's journey of discovering spiritual healing and his process of guiding patients into the superconscious mind.Connect with Owencalgarytherapymd.comConnect with AbigailFacebook group: Heart Space Healing for SeekersInstagram @yourmindbodyfreeTikTok @yourmindbodyfree
Welcome to "Ask Nyomi Monday," the show where you can find answers and guidance on all matters related to love, relationships, and self-confidence. In this episode, our host, Nyomi, will be addressing a letter she received from a listener who is seeking help in reclaiming their confidence and feeling sexy again after experiencing a setback in their personal life.Join us as Nyomi dives deep into the letter, offering insightful advice and practical tips for rediscovering your inner confidence and embracing your sensual side. Whether you've recently gone through a breakup, experienced a loss of self-esteem, or simply want to reignite the spark in your life, this episode has got you covered.Throughout the show, Nyomi will draw from her extensive experience as a relationship coach and mentor, providing empowering insights and action steps that can help you transform your mindset and attitude towards yourself and your sexuality.Topics covered in this episode:1. Acknowledging and Validating Your Emotions: Nyomi will emphasize the importance of allowing yourself to process negative emotions and understanding that it's okay to feel down after a difficult experience.2. Reconnecting with Your Inner Self: Discover effective self-reflection techniques that can help you identify what makes you feel confident, sexy, and desirable as an individual.3. Self-Care and Self-Love Practices: Explore various self-care strategies that can boost your self-esteem and improve your overall well-being. Nyomi will share tips on nurturing a positive body image and adopting a self-compassionate mindset.4. Rediscovering Your Sensuality: Learn techniques to reconnect with your sensuality and embrace your unique attractiveness. Nyomi will provide insights on how to express your sexuality with confidence and explore new avenues for self-discovery.5. Building a Supportive Community: Discover the power of surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals who uplift and support your journey towards reclaiming your confidence and finding your sexy again.Join Nyomi on this episode of "Ask Nyomi Monday" and unlock the secrets to reigniting your inner fire and reclaiming your sexy. Get ready to embrace your true self and embark on a journey of self-love, self-discovery, and empowerment. Don't miss out on this inspiring conversation!
Have you ever found yourself on a hamster wheel, spinning in circles but never reaching your intended destination? How can we break free from the fear that keeps us on a repetitive path that is doomed to destruction? A Healing Peace explores the impact of fear on our lives and the strength to overcome it. […]
Normalizing Conversation on Suicide and Mental Health with Anne Moss Rogers In this episode of Suicide Zen Forgiveness, host Elaine Lindsay converses with guest, Anne Moss Rodgers. Moss shares her experiences of losing her son, Charles, to suicide and the journey that it spurred. The poignant conversation focuses on normalizing talks about suicide and mental health to lighten the emotional burden for those in the darkness. They discuss the significance of voicing pain and asking for help in battling depression and suicidal ideation. The episode touches upon the undervalued power of storytelling, ritual, and connection in healing. It underscores the irony of the digital world in both isolating people and creating platforms for connection. They stress on the importance of teaching coping skills and social emotional learning to kids from young age. 00:00 Introduction to the Podcast and Host 00:54 Guest Introduction: Anne Moss Rogers 02:28 Beginning the Conversation with Anne Moss Rogers 03:12 Anne Moss Rogers' Personal Journey and Struggles 06:36 The Tragic Loss of Anne's Son, Charles 07:12 Understanding Suicide and Its Impact 12:17 The Importance of Connection and Conversation in Healing 15:30 Dealing with the Aftermath of Suicide 19:51 The Power of Sharing and Feeling Your Feelings 25:46 The Importance of Emotional Healing and Coping Strategies 29:30 Embracing Difficult Emotions 30:33 Understanding the Nature of Suicidal Ideation 31:24 The Guilt and Self-Blame After Losing a Loved One to Suicide 32:08 Coping Mechanisms: Allowing Yourself to Wallow 36:01 The Power of Gratitude in Healing 39:41 The Role of Humor in Coping with Loss 41:46 The Importance of Keeping the Memory of Loved Ones Alive 44:19 The Role of Rituals in the Healing Process 51:21 The Impact of the Digital Age on Connection and Community 54:38 Closing Remarks and Future Discussions 56:01 Podcast Outro and Sponsor Acknowledgements We met on Twitter.. or should I say X. Anne Moss Rogers grief journey, is a lesson is strength. A lesson in grace. A lesson in fortitude. I'm honoured to bring you this guest.. One of the most sought-after motivational mental health speakers, Anne Moss has lived the ultimate tragedy and become an expert on emotional wellness, suicide prevention, and postvention, as well as youth mental health. She speaks most often at conferences, universities and schools, workplaces, and corporations. Her youngest son, Charles, was the funniest, most popular kid in school. As a teen, he wore the mask of a clown to hide his depression and anxiety and used drugs and alcohol to numb his thoughts of suicide. Ultimately, he became addicted to heroin and took his own life in 2015 at age 20. The most devastating loss of her life was a turning point. While it took time to accept that purpose with grace, she has never looked back or regretted that decision. Links http://emotionallynaked.com https://mentalhealthawarenesseducation.com AnneMoss' TEDx – Can a Blog Save Lives? AnneMoss' books: Diary of a Broken Mind: A Mother's Story, A Son's Suicide, and The Haunting Lyrics He Left Behind Emotionally Naked: A Teacher's Guide to Preventing Suicide & Recognizing Students at Risk AnneMoss' books and free e-book library: https://mentalhealthawarenesseducation.com/mental-health-books/#free_mentalhealth_ebooks Socials FB: https://facebook.com/EmotionallyNaked LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emotionallynaked/ YT: https://youtube.com/c/AnneMossRogers/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/annemossrogers/ TW: https://twitter.com/AnneMossRogers
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Welcome to our empowering journey with a remarkable woman who, at 75 years young, embraces healing and self-love after enduring a lifetime of childhood trauma. In this podcast episode, you'll meet Ellen], a courageous soul who has embarked on a transformative path of recovery. Ellen is the adult daughter of a narcissistic mother who has felt emotionally arrested due to childhood trauma and codependency. Ellen often felt invisible, alone, and like she could never be her true self. When she found Lisa's work, she decided to work with her during a live launch of The 12-Week Breakthrough Coaching Program. She is learning about sefl love at 75, healing from childhood trauma, the covert narcissist mother, finding inner strength, resilience, and recovery, and embarking on a self-healing journey that is leading toward her inspirational life transformation. Join us as we delve into Ellen's courageous journey of overcoming the deep scars left by her covert narcissist mother and how she found strength, resilience, and ultimately self-love in her later years. Her story is a testament to the human spirit's ability to heal, grow, and thrive. If you or someone you know has experienced childhood trauma or seeks inspiration to embark on a journey of self-discovery, listen to the whole episode now! To work with Lisa one to one, or to participate in one of her transformational online courses, visit: https://www.lisaaromano.com
Emotional triggers take us back in time, to when we felt powerless and overwhelmed, and our brain and mind were unable to process all of the emotions that were taking place. The more dependent we are upon someone, the deeper the emotional wound. And like a quantum rubber stamp, our painful emotions root us to a place back in time. Often but not always, emotional triggers are tied to childhood experiences. Of course, they would be, considering how powerless and dependent children are upon their caretakers, teachers, and family members. The brain of a child lacks the neural circuitry to be able to handle the energetic emotional overload and so, what cannot be fully processed gets shunted deep into the emotional body until a later date, when a current situation triggers unhealed emotional trauma. In this episode, Lisa A. Romano dives into the mysterious world of emotional triggers and in her unique, easy to understand way, helps us understand ourselves in a way that allows us to gain clarity, ownership and freedom over our lives. By understanding how emotional triggers work, we are far more able to manage them when they occur. To work with Lisa one to one, or to participate in one of her transformational online courses, visit: https://www.lisaaromano.com
When unimaginable loss transforms into an unbreakable spirit, you get the story of Carole Mac. This deeply touching podcast dives into the layers of grief, acceptance, and extraordinary resilience as Carole navigates the painful journey of losing a child. Alongside other courageous speakers, Carole explores how the agony of loss becomes a catalyst for a new way of life that includes both heartache and hope.
Since we tell ourselves affirmations all day, why not make them into positive affirmations that allow us to become who we want to be and attract things we want? There are two types of affirmations: conscious and unconscious. Unconscious affirmations are thoughts and beliefs that run on autopilot. Since we reinforce these statements in our minds many times, they become automatic. Often those are thoughts we don't want to have but aren't aware we have them. Conscious affirmations are positive affirmations we choose. Think of them as thoughts you choose to think that produce emotions you want to feel. In this episode, I will lead you through the process of creating positive affirmations, carefully selecting the right ones for you, and beginning to practice them. However, there is one more component that solidifies this process, and that's visualization. When we say or think our affirmations and then visualize and feel that statement, we enter the realm of a possibility that goes beyond the logical mind. Positive affirmations serve as a tool to change your subconscious thoughts and beliefs, while visualization brings up the emotional state that feels as if you are already that person or have that thing that you think about and visualize. Here is a glance at this episode… [00:52] Difference between conscious and unconscious affirmations and how we shaped who we are through positive affirmations [05:28] How to create new beliefs about yourself and the world around you by creating new thinking patterns through conscious affirmations. [08:20] How to create positive affirmations and a few things to keep in mind to make this process as powerful as you can. ]14:04] Using visualization as a way to empower your affirmations. And how it changes your emotional and energetical state to a higher frequency.
In this episode, guest Shā Sparks delves into the profound question of what happiness truly means to her. She shares insights into her work and the journey that led her to it. After escaping an abusive relationship, Shā's transformation was sparked by surrounding herself with inspiring individuals she yearned to learn from. The discussion then takes a turn towards inner peace, fulfillment, and joy, as Shā uncovers the strategies and practices that contribute to her well-being. Control and surrender emerge as essential elements in her pursuit of happiness. To conclude the episode, Shā offers actionable advice on how anyone can begin creating more happiness in their daily lives, starting from today. Shā Sparks is an energetic catalyst and fearless communicator who sparks leaders in transition, who are unclear, go from fear to fired up about their life and business. Through her renowned Spark Your ALPHA program, Shā's audiences and clients experience more confidence, amplified emotional intelligence, and the spark that ignites their fearless action. Also, she provides an all-inclusive host for hire, podcast in a box service called Spark Your VOICE, Podcasts to Publications. This insightful conversation provides valuable insights into the multifaceted concept of happiness and the personal journey that brings it to life. We'll touch on: [5:22] What does happiness mean to Sha? [7:10] What is Sha's work and how did she get into it? [12:39] Surrounding herself with people she found inspiring and wanted to learn from after getting out of an abusive relationship. [21:11] How does she find more inner peace, fulfillment, and joy? [28:28] Control and surrender. [37:51] How can someone create more happiness every day starting today? Resources: Podcast Resources: https://www.simonacostantini.com/resources Apply to be a podcast guest: https://forms.gle/WtXHsqZmiEhCwTAk6 Connect with Simona www.instagram.com/simona__costantini www.instagram.com/costantiniproductions www.instagram.com/happinesshappenspodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXtOxOAuXxW7c5cYKdAEfWg https://twitter.com/simona_cos https://www.facebook.com/costantiniproductions https://www.facebook.com/happinesshappenspodcast/ www.simonacostantini.com Connect with Sha https://www.instagram.com/theshasparks/ https://www.facebook.com/iamshasparks/ www.shasparks.com www.shasparkspodcast.com www.firestartersbookproject.com
Today's podcast arrives at an opportune moment, particularly for some of our listeners. If you've been experiencing a sense of God's absence in your life, if you've questioned God's love, or if you've been grappling with various challenges, be it related to your health or a feeling of utter defeat, then today's interview is specifically tailored for YOU. We're going to cover a lot in this interview, along with diving deeper into the quote Susie wrote in her book... "What happens in your soul, happens in your cells." How does the emotional & spiritual overlap with the physical body? Where does God fit into illness? How can we to include Him? Susie Larson shares unfiltered and authentic insights drawn from her personal experiences amidst life's trials and turmoil. While her circumstances may not have fully alleviated, she has gained a deeper understanding of how God works through trials, and she shares His aboundaing love and how to tap into that. Susie is a nationally renowned speaker, bestselling author, and the host of the daily talk show "Susie Larson Live" on the Faith Radio Network, boasting over 3.5 million downloads. She has authored 20 books and has numerous articles. In this emotionally charged episode, you can expect to be both challenged and blessed as you gain fresh insights and truths, like only Susie can deliver. Susie's Blessing BLOG Susie's Instagram Susie's Facebook Susie's books on Amazon **Stay informed by SUBSCRIBING to the 'Know Better | Do Better' Newsletter. Receive exclusive guest notifications and special content available only to our subscribers. Don't miss out, SUBSCRIBE NOW! Connect with Autumn on Instagram Facebook TikTok Discover the 'Know Better | Do Better' Storefront on Amazon!
Description: Welcome to another episode of Cool Change, where we dive deep into the stories of people who have reimagined their lives, and that inspire intentional living and finding joy in more moments. Today, we have an incredibly insightful conversation with Laura, a holistic wellness practitioner with a remarkable journey of transformation. In this episode, Laura shares her personal story of leaving a conventional, secure job to follow her intuition and passion for holistic wellness (33:16). She opens up about the challenges, uncertainties, and ultimately, the fulfillment she found in making this life-altering decision. Key Takeaways: Discover how Laura tapped into her intuition to guide her through significant life changes and how you can do the same. Learn about the importance of surrounding yourself with a supportive community and resources that align with your passions. Understand the power of making a decision, even when the path ahead is unclear, and how taking small steps can lead to profound change. Show Highlights: Laura's journey from a stable yet unfulfilling career to pursuing her passion in holistic wellness. The role of intuition and ancestral wisdom in guiding life decisions. Practical tips for aligning with your purpose and taking intentional steps towards change, regardless of your current circumstances. Overcoming imposter syndrome and building confidence through action and experience. Laura's insights on finding joy and fulfillment by aligning with your soul's purpose. Resources Mentioned: heal.me holisticlifecommunity.com Connect with Us: If Laura's story resonated with you or if you're on your own journey of transformation, we'd love to hear from you! Share your story, thoughts, or questions by contacting us through our website (coolchangepodcast.com) or on social media.
In today's complex dating world, numerous men find themselves grappling not only with the intricacies of modern romance but also with deep-seated anxieties and fears that surround it. They fear starting conversations with women. They worry about what others think of them. And when they do end up in a relationship, it eventually devolves into dramatic fights, falling apart, and heartbreak. Why? Well, the short answer is these men haven't addressed and healed the burdens of their inner child parts. Suppressing these deep-rooted emotions only makes them lash out at the worst possible times. Instead, they turn to YouTube and the internet for the type of dating advice that attracts women who only care about your looks or status. That's the bad news. The good news? The therapeutic process is the single most effective way to address and heal these disowned parts of ourselves, which directly makes you more attractive, confident, and happy. In this new episode, I reveal 6 distinct ways therapy can transform your dating life, how to address neglected emotions before they self-destruct on you, and how to use therapy to attract higher quality women and people. Listen now! Show Highlights: The Notorious Big 3: Three ways the modern dating landscape misleads men into misery and heartbreak (1:05) The weird way using your looks and status to attract women makes them eager to ditch you as soon as they can (2:13) How “ego validation,” a wicked and sneaky form of neediness, sabotages a relationship before it even begins (3:34) 10 non-material things that women desperately crave from men (7:39) How your unresolved emotional issues manifest in and undermine your relationship—in 6 distinct ways (9:47) Why your “Attachment Style” can predict recurring patterns in your relationship (and how figuring this out can prevent your relationship from falling apart) (14:02) How neglecting your exiled parts instead of addressing them can ruin even the best relationships (19:40) Can therapy really help with your dating life? Here are two proven reasons it can… (21:08) Still doubting the impact therapy can have on your dating life? Here's a real life example of how one former client went from an anxious wreck to a ladies magnet (21:54) Does your neediness, fear, or insecurity sabotage your success with women? Do you feel you may be unlovable? For more than 15 years, I've helped thousands of people find confidence, fulfillment, and loving relationships. And I can help you, too. I'm therapist and life coach David Tian, Ph.D. I invite you to check out my free Masterclasses on dating and relationships at https://www.davidtianphd.com/masterclass/ now. For more about David Tian, go here: https://www.davidtianphd.com/about/ Emotional Mastery is David Tian's step-by-step system to transform, regulate, and control your emotions... so that you can master yourself, your interactions with others, and your relationships... and live a life worth living. Learn more here: https://www.davidtianphd.com/emotionalmastery
In this season 2 encore episode, Brenda and Deborah discuss how to identify and work with the dynamics of the relationships that we experience along our soul journey and what states of mind are the most efficient in how we invest our emotions and energy in them to help them (and us) grow.
How does our spiritual journey connect with healing within and breaking stigmas? Ready to learn about the transformative power of faith in overcoming the shame and guilt associated with mental health? A Healing Peace examines the intersection of faith and mental well-being. Learn how we benefit from addressing essential questions that often go unspoken. Do […]
The secret to resilience when The Massive Thing Happens is having a solid base of pre-hab in your heart. Today, I give you four Insight Spots from MyBridge Radio, our favorite place for 24/7 encouragement. MyBridge is a great place for YOU to find hope!Plus, music from my friend Tommy Walker!PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to the show wherever you listen!Click here to access the Hope Is the First Dose playlist of hopeful, healing songs!Be sure to check out my new book, Hope Is the First Dose!Here's a free 5-day Bible study on YouVersion/BibleApp based on my new book!Sign up for my weekly Self-Brain Surgery Newsletter here!(Music shared on The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast is authorized under BMI license #61063253 and ASCAP license #400010513 ) (00:02) - Introduction and Shoutout to MyBridge Radio (01:11) - Dr. Carolyn Sorenson's Recommendation and Collaboration with MyBridge (02:01) - Compilation of Recent Insight Spots and Worship Song (03:33) - Finding Hope in the Midst of Life's Challenges (05:16) - Preparing for Emotional Traumas and Tragedies (07:08) - Harnessing the Power of Positive Thinking for Emotional Healing (08:57) - Introducing Dr. Lee Warren and the Power of Hope (09:57) - Jesus as the Great Physician and the First Dose of Hope (16:24) - Introduction and Sponsorship Announcement
Discover the 20/24 Rule for effective conflict resolution in Marriage on the Thrive Marriage Lab Podcast. Join Chris Bruno as he guides couples through cooling down, healing, and reconnecting after intense conflicts. Learn how the 20-minute rule can help you maintain a deep and lasting marriage connection, even in challenging times.FREE 12 Months of Dates: How date nights can lead to connectionSubscribe here: www.restory.life/thrive-dates
Healing your inner child is about accessing the wounds or suppressed emotions while recognizing what parts of you need to be healed. It's also about identifying different parts or versions of your little self and then healing them individually. You may have a version of your inner child that's angry, one that feels unworthy, untrusting, or insecure. Attuning to each of them, giving them attention, validating their feelings, and loving them through it all is where deep healing happens. As children, we adapt different coping mechanisms. Since our brain is still developing when we form these behavioral patterns, they aren't often the most beneficial. This is when, as adults, we begin observing patterns that we have but want to change. Healing your inner child is about reparenting and reconnecting with disowned parts of yourself while learning and applying ways of thinking, feeling, and acting that support your well-being. In this episode, I will teach you how to identify different parts of your inner child that need healing. I will give you 4 questions that represent 4 steps to take when using inner child work as a way to heal. At the end of the episode, we will take a few minutes to do a simple guided meditation practice to heal your inner child. Once you listen to the episode, you can get the full version of this meditation here. Here is a glance at this episode… [02:04] Why is inner child work so empowering, and how does it help you to heal your past [04:57] How to recognize different versions of your inner child and understand the experiences that shaped her [07:54] The importance of healing the inner child through self-compassion and recognizing coping mechanisms you develop due to past experiences [09:04] 4 questions to ask your inner child [13:18] A simple, short guided meditation practice for reconnecting and healing the inner child
Everyone has gone through traumatic experiences and dealing with emotional pain is difficult. Counselor Jody Goldie of Midwest Center for Trauma and Emotional Healing joins Bill to discuss how all our emotions can be good, how to get rid of trauma without an emotional connection too it, and why the Holy Spirit is our best source for getting over our emotional scaring. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Ever wondered why healing the mindset is crucial in our journey toward well-being? Curious about the power of understanding your brain and its incredible abilities? A Healing Peace explores the profound importance of healing the mind, emphasizing that everything starts in our thoughts. Learn how to identify the warning signs of mental health issues. Do […]
Ever wish you could get Joyce's advice on everyday life? Today, Joyce joins the Talk It Out ladies as they discuss her 80th birthday, her amazing life, aging gracefully, and so much more.
In this podcast episode, Chris Bruno explores the underlying stories and traumas that contribute to emotional unavailability in relationships. He emphasizes the importance of curiosity as a means to better understand and bridge the gap between partners, shedding light on the origins of emotional unavailability and its impact on adult relationships.FREE 12 Months of Dates: How date nights can lead to connectionSubscribe here: www.restory.life/thrive-dates
Have you gotten yourself stuck in the trigger trap? Do you keep running through the same painful memories over and over again? This is a pretty common mistake that most survivors make at some point. Trying to uncover what went wrong in the past, they can get caught up in anxious and negative thought loops. These loops cause rumination, which is an emotionally painful experience. Getting lost in rumination will make you more anxious, hopeless, and lost in the journey. For you to stay on track, you have to remember to find the joy in healing and learn how to put the painful memories on the shelf where they belong. In this episode, I'll teach you how to do both as we bust the trigger trap and get you out of the miserable rumination cycles that are dragging you down. Support the showLove the podcast? Leave a 5* review on Apple Podcasts. Ready to commit to the next level of transformation? Join my email list to get my best advice. Want to get coached by me? Apply now: www.therealebjohnson.com.
Join us for an enlightening conversation with Lillian Moore, a passionate advocate for emotional healing and brain science. Listen in as Lillian shares her unique childhood experiences with psychiatry, Native American practices, and spirituality, all of which shaped her path towards becoming a Reiki practitioner at a tender age of nine. Hear her discuss the challenges she faced in a society that doesn't readily nurture emotional awareness, her cautious approach towards psychedelics due to her mother's schizophrenia, and the diverse audience she hopes to reach with her work.We further explore the essential role of loving attention as a remedy for the psyche, the rise of neurodivergence in modern work and school environments, and the importance of gratitude and letting go for emotional healing. Lillian shares some invaluable exercises to help manage mental health. Don't miss her insightful views on how our current mental health industry underserves us, the healing potential of trauma, and how her work aims to bridge the gap. Tune in to this conversation with Lillian Moore and gain a fresh perspective on emotional healing and trauma therapy.Lillian Moore's Links:Website: MindlightSupport the showAdditional Resources: Subscribe/Rate/Review on iTunes ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HEREEnroll Here
Get ready for a captivating exploration of self-discovery and transformation in this episode of Comeback Stories. Join your hosts, Darren Waller and Donny Starkins, along with their special guest, Zach Skow, as they uncover the incredible story of Zach's redemption, a journey profoundly shaped by the life-altering power of rescue dogs. As the co-founder of Marley's Mutts, Zach's personal experience with addiction inspired the creation of a transformative organization connecting dogs and incarcerated individuals. During their discussion, Darren and Zach emphasize the search for purpose in life, spotlighting how Zach's devotion to rescue dogs has grown into his life's core mission. They take a deep dive into the transformative potential of dog rehabilitation and its profoundly positive impact on the dogs and the individuals participating in the program. Take advantage of this inspiring conversation filled with raw emotion and heartfelt moments. Tune in to learn how Zach's story of redemption and the love of rescue dogs have become a beacon of hope and a catalyst for change. ► YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCriVmGIBt38uDKYOL3pmjkw ► iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-comeback-stories-119696372/ ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/inflectionent/?hl=en ► Instagram https://www.instagram.com/comebackstoriesshow/?hl=en DARREN WALLER ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/rackkwall/?... ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/rackkwall83?lang=en DONNY STARKINS ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/donny_stark... ► Twitter | https://mobile.twitter.com/donnystarkins #ComebackStoriesPodcast #AllIN #InflectionNetworkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“You can't solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it.”What if you could discover the key to emotional healing and create lasting change?There are various methods available today, like therapy, plant medicine, and breathwork, that offer incredible breakthroughs. But sometimes, despite our progress, we can still feel stuck in familiar patterns. Why is that?To shed light on this important topic, we invited Raj Jana, the Founder and CEO of Liber8 and a good friend of ours. Together with Liber8's CTO, Mike Cline, they developed groundbreaking technology that analyzes data and measures the connection between emotions, trauma, triggers, and illnessIn this episode, we delve into the emotional and energetic aspects of disease, helping you understand and manage your emotional triggers. By mapping their roots and being aware of how they impact your health, you can break free from the cycle of emotional turmoil.Join us for Episode 85 of the Gutsy Health Podcast as we navigate your healing journey with confidence and self-compassion!Have a good night sleep through COZY EARTH'S PREMIUM BAMBOO BEDDING & LOUNGEWEAR PRODUCTS. Get A 40% discount on all products using the code "GUTSY".Just go to https://cozyearth.comExceptional Highlights:Core emotions result from a combination of unprocessed emotions and learned limiting beliefs, leading to the creation of emotional wounds.Learning to hold space for emotions is the greatest gift you can give yourself and others, leading to healing and empowerment.It is crucial to address underlying emotional wounds in cancer treatment, as research suggests that 90% of cancer patients harbor a deep sense of not feeling seen.Show Highlights: 02:32 - Quantifying the Link Between Emotions, Trauma, Triggers, and Illness09:12 - Tracking Emotional Triggers and Resolving Past Traumas12:31 - Reflecting on Tristin's Cancer Journey and the Need for Healing the Heart and Soul14:26 - Complex Chemical and Neurological Components That Shape Our Emotions17:34 - Nurturing Emotional Wounds Through Self-Awareness, Love, and Attention20:51 - Limitations of Mainstream Medical Practitioners in Treating Cancer's Emotional Origins22:25 - A More Personalized Holistic Approach to Promote Emotional Wellness 35:19 - Embracing Gentle Parenting Practices to Transform Societal Norms37:19 - Adverse Childhood Experiences and Emotional Neglect Can Contribute to Mental, Emotional, and Physical Symptoms43:39 - Addressing Emotional Triggers Can Reduce Tension and Pain Felt in the Body48:22 - How Emotional Wounds Like Betrayal Can Reflect the Emotional Component of Autoimmune Disease and CancerSponsor linkhttps://cozyearth.comImportant Links: Gutsy Health Podcast IG - https://www.instagram.com/gutsyhealthpodcast/Gutsy Health Academy - https://www.mygutsyhealth.com/Learn more about the Precision Emotional Healing Framework and use discount code “GUTSY10” for 10% off upon checkout - https://liber8.health/?lmref=S1TwGQ
When fear takes control of our decisions, we tend to get stuck in place. What can we do to start making changes while facing our emotions? In this episode, Celeste The Therapist and Jermaine Morris, certified D.I.S.C. coach and consultant, talk about overcoming fear, making changes, and understanding your feelings. The episode also gives advice on how to slowly work on changes in your life. It is possible to have a goal and an idea of what we want to work on, but our fear hinders us from starting the process of change. This episode will help you accept that your feelings are valid and recognizing them can be the road to the change that you desire. Stay tuned and subscribe to know more.
The purpose of CelesteTheTherapist is to help shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste will interview guests from different backgrounds who empower people in different capacities. In parenting, it is typically expected that the mother provides emotional support. Why can't fathers be expected to be as nurturing and emotional as mothers do? In this episode, Celeste The Therapist and Le'Ronn, host of the Paternal Presence podcast, talk about parenthood, fathers, and how they are perceived in society. The episode focuses on breaking the stigma on emotional vulnerability and how paternal presence matters. There are various ways in which you can be present in your child's life. With that, it is important to prioritize your well-being so that you can be mentally and emotionally available to care for them the best way that you can. Tune in to this episode and subscribe now to learn more. https://www.celestethetherapist.com/episode433
Adam Davis is a notable figure in law enforcement, embodies the principles of authenticity and vulnerability in his work. He's passionate about aiding individuals through their trauma journeys and firmly believes in the essential role of transparency in relationships. Among his extensive accomplishments, Adam champions for parental vigilance and protection, underscores the value of embracing love and seeking support, and advocates for prioritizing familial bonds and love. His endeavors seek to facilitate healing and triumph by inspiring surrender and defense of family values. In this episode, host Larry Hagner, alongside Adam Davis, delve into the captivating realm of trauma and its ability to imprison people in their histories. They unravel the complexities in traversing trauma and the struggles of remaining engulfed in it. Adam reveals his life experiences, shedding light on the obstacles faced while expressing vulnerability. The conversation also accentuates the criticality of embracing liberty and the journey to recovery. Trauma holds the formidable ability to chain people to their past sufferings. Escaping its clutches is daunting, yet the episode illustrates that liberation is attainable. Adam Davis motivates listeners to tread the path of healing and freedom, providing a beacon of hope, illustrating that the shadows of trauma can be overcome for a more luminous tomorrow. The statement “Churches can be unsafe places,” might shock many, considering churches are typically regarded as havens of serenity and affection. However, Larry and Adam unveil the hidden sinister aspects of some church congregations, revealing the potential presence of manipulation, dishonesty, and malevolence within sacred halls. This showcases the healing prowess of genuine love in mending profound scars. It stresses the significance of fostering safe and caring spaces, both in churches and personal relationships, enabling individuals to receive healing, backing, and acknowledgment. This episode is a powerful reminder that true, unadulterated love can instigate healing and revitalization in the lives of those haunted by trauma and agony. www.thedadedge.com/442 www.thedadedge.com/bark www.theadamdavis.com IG: @officialadamdavis
Whether you are the adult child of an alcoholic, or emotionally immature or neglectful parents raised you, it is important to contemplate the effects of such a childhood. Do you worry more about what other people think about you than what you think about yourself? Were you raised to feel as if your emotions were insignificant? Was your home unpredictable, and did you feel like at any moment, your house could explode? In this episode, Lisa A. Romano, a world-renowned mental wellness expert, dives deep into some of the not so obvious effects of growing up in an alcoholic, toxic family system. The good news is, there is a way to heal and to break through the damaging effects growing up in a dysfunctional home creates. The first step is coming out of denial. Lisa's been there and paved the way for those willing to live above the veil of consciousness, challenging their faulty negative childhood programming. Begin your journey with Lisa's 12 Week Recovery Program today. https://www.lisaaromano.com/btwm-special