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A study of children in orphanages: How the separation from their parents triggers biological alterations. What emotional contagion is and how it affects us. How our traumatic experiences, toxic mentality, and addictions are passed on to the next generations. How the programming in our brain unwires as we get older. Mice research: How the mother's stress affects the next 5 generations of pups. Emotional inventory: Can you be at cause of the things that happened for you in your life? The meaning of: "It's not your fault but it's your responsibility." How Josh is aware of his own hypervigilance. Is what we experience physically a manifestation of what we experience emotionally? The practices of holistic medicine and why emotional epigenetics is the missing link. Understanding what creates energy in motion and why it gets dysregulated. The opposite of addiction is connection. How emotional healing helps us achieve better health and wellness. 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In this special (limited time) offer, you will receive: - Lifetime access to BREATHE - Free upgrades to all future training modules - Free additional training modules - Special VIP coupons for safe vape, essential oils, CBD, nootropics and more - Private WF group access Listen To Episode 592 As Josh Trent Uncovers Why Emotional Epigenetics Is The Missing Link In Healing This is Josh Trent. This is a very extra special Solocast. Now, if you don't know, every single Thursday, every single week, we publish something where I can share my mental musings, the things that are lighting me up about the pentagon of wellness that I've been talking about for two years + now, the mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial ways that we either nourish or choose to malnourished ourselves. Have you ever noticed that people say things like, "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, or they're just like their mother, they're just like their father." Now, why is that? Today, we're going to talk about emotional epigenetics, which quite frankly, I think it's something that I made up. I don't find it on any DuckDuckGo, Google searches, or Brave, it's just not out there, and if it is out there, please send me an email email@example.com. We're talking about the missing link in holistic medicine today. By the way, if you love these Solocast, let me know. Leave us a quick review, JoshTrent.com/Review. It helps the show climb the computer algorithms so that the AI gods bear us with you actually seeing our show and your friends seeing our show, and it also allows us to get even bigger people on the podcast. So please, if you love the show from my heart to yours, I ask you, go to JoshTrent.com/Review. Leave us a quick review. [01:24] Epigentics + Emotional Trauma Let's dig in today. By the end of this Solocast, you are going to understand what epigenetics are, what gene expression happens through emotional trauma, capital T, lower-case T trauma, and why parents' emotional trauma may change, that science is showing their children's biology, literally, the biology. Think of it as the software, which is the trauma, can actually alter the hardware, which is our brain, our synapses, and so much more. So let's dig in. Here's a story that I can share with you to understand this concept of emotional epigenetics and why I believe it's the missing link in true holistic circular complete medicine today. Epigenetics is a rapidly emerging field of science that has massive implications on how we address our health and the health of our future children. The word literally means on top of the genes, and that pretty much describes the epigenetics role in the body. Look, all of us have DNA. Almost every cell in our body contains all of our DNA and all the genes that make us up. It's the fabric of who you are. This is known as the genome. But look, we're not just made of one cell. Our brains do many different things from those in our heart, for example, who behave differently than the cells in our toenails or our skin. If all of our cells have the same info, why is it that they do such different things? Well, this is where epigenetics comes in. It's basically a layer like an onion of instruction that sits on top of the DNA and gives it signals to turn off and on, and many other things. You can think of it like an orchestra. When you have a conductor with the symphony. Well, if the DNA is the music, the epigenome is the conductor, it waves its wand, it tells the cells what to do and when, and everybody has an orchestra inside. This is what biochemical individuality is. So while the epigenome doesn't necessarily change our DNA, it is responsible for deciding what genes will be expressed in your body's cells. [03:30] "Genetics Load the Gun, Behavior Pulls the Trigger" We had Chris Kresser on the podcast, and I'll link that here in the show notes for the Solocast. He said something so profound. He said, "Genetics load the gun and behavior pulls the trigger," and just let that land for a moment. When we look at epigenetics, it's what sits on top of the DNA, on top of the genes. You are not... and I want to share this from my heart to yours, not a victim of what you were born with, what your parents did, or what your parents acted. So in other words, it's not your fault, but it is your loving responsibility. This is where things can get very challenging because if you listen to our episode with Scott Jackson about being at cause. We know that being at cause does not mean that it's your fault. There's a difference there. In the same way that we have this biological adaptation for epigenetics and epigenetic expression, I've been noodling on this for a while now, just try this on, just bear with me. If you receive certain genomic adaptations from your parents, like type 1 diabetes proclivity towards MTHFR, proclivity towards weight gain, proclivity towards sensitivity to sun, or sensitivity to caffeine based on your haplogroups. These are all things to consider from a physiological standpoint. But what about emotionally, what about emotionally, is it possible? Today, I'm going to make a case that it absolutely is. Is it possible that emotional epigenetics are the missing link in what is actually being manifested on a physical level? Here's why I believe this. Not only is the biological adaptation that we go through in life, a combination of our genes and our epigenetics, but also the stress that we incur both in-utero, and also, if you look at the work of Mark Wolynn, I'll link this, we've had him on the podcast twice. He wrote It Didn't Start With You. He's the founder of the Family Constellations, where they talk about past life trauma. So the trauma that happens, capital T, which is like physical sexual abuse, terrible things, lower case T, which is neglect, an unsupportive parent, an avoidant parent, an anxious parent. All of these things stack up. Now they're emotional trauma from parents, from in utero, from past life, maybe even from other dimensions. I mean, look, we're all figuring this out as we go along. We all know that emotional trauma can actually change our biology. [06:12] Gene Expressions for Generations Studies show that suffering triggers changes in gene expression that last for generations. This is a study I came across that was fascinating. In Zurich, Switzerland, the children living in SOS Children's Village orphanages in Pakistan had a very rough start to life. Many lost their fathers, which in conservative Pakistani society can effectively mean losing their mothers too. Now, these widows often struggle to find enough work to support their families and may have to give up their children. That's one example. University of Zurich physician and neuroscientist Ali Jawad says that despite the support that these children received, they experience symptoms similar to PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, including anxiety and depression. Now, this neuroscientist wondered about a potential hidden consequence of these children's experiences. He set up a study with the orphanages to probe the disturbing possibility that the emotional trauma of separation from their parents also triggers subtle biological alterations changes so lasting that the children might even pass them off to their own offspring. If you think about this in utero perspective, your grandmother was born with your mother inside of her, and your mother created you. So if that's the case, and we know now that epigenetic transfer happens on a biological level, then why wouldn't it happen on a psychosomatic level? I think it's so fascinating that people laugh at the idea that behaviors can be contagious. But we know from so many of the people we've had on the podcast that emotional contagion is utterly real. It is palpable. In other words, you're not just the sum of the five people you hang out with the most, you're the sum of all the behaviors of the people you choose to be around. Now, that idea would've been laughed at 15 years ago. But today, the hypothesis that a child's experience and adults' experience might actually alter the cells in behavior of their children that they bring into the world and the grandchildren that come into the world, it's now been accepted across the board. [08:20] NLP: Neuro Linguistic Programming Look, in animals exposure to stress, cold or high-fat diets definitely triggers metabolic changes in later generations. There are some small studies that have been done on humans exposed to very traumatic conditions. Among them, the children of the Holocaust survivors point to biological and health changes in their children. So look, the implications of this are profound. If our experiences can have consequences that reverberate to our children, then to our children's children. This is a huge argument against everything from smoking to poor diet to toxic mentality. That's really the big one, toxic mentality. People that say things in families like, "Oh, that's just who we are. Oh, you're a Smith. Smiths are alcoholics." I mean, what an absolutely disempowering thing. And by the way, if you look at NLP and the barrier between the conscious and unconscious mind, when you are brought into the world zero through seven, at your seventh year, your brain has a lot of neuroplasticity and essentially your hemispheres have been connected for so long that you are so suggestible when you come into the world and you're so suggestible because all the programming in your brain, it actually unwires as you get older. It creates space for new programs. So how sad is it? Honestly, I'm like my hands on my heart right now. How sad is it that this emotional trauma that is very distinct from physical stress can be passed on to generations? Well, this is what was proven in this study. Let's dig in. In the study to explore how trauma affected generations of mice. Researchers stressed the mother mice, their little pups then exhibited both molecular and behavioral changes, such as taking more risks on an elevated maze. This is the key. These changes, they persisted for up to five generations, five generations. That's 3 to 500 years, you all. So the mother separated from the pups, and traumatized, the mother would ignore the offspring. The three-month-old male offspring made it with traumatized females. The offspring showed epigenetic and behavioral changes... this is the key, without having experienced the trauma, and that breeding carried out for six generations. I mean, look, if you're a scientific person, this study should be all that you need to know about emotional epigenetics. Why the trauma that we experience before we're even born while we're in utero and also in the first seven years of our lives and more, it's almost like we're all connected. It's almost like everything is all connected. [11:04] Taking Emotional Inventory So here's the case that I'm making to you today, and I'm curious how you feel about this. If you can take a true emotional inventory of all the things that have happened for you in this lifetime that your soul chose to experience in quite a perfection, by the way, otherwise it wouldn't be experienced. Can you, number one, be at cause for the things that have happened for you in life? I'm not saying it's your fault. I know that terrible things happen, and I know that right now, maybe it's palpable for you. Maybe in your arms or your body and your stomach and your heart, maybe you feel like, "Fuck you, Josh. What are you even talking about? You think that me being raped, that me being abused, that me being hurt, that me being neglected, you think it's my fault?" No, that's not what I'm saying, my friend. What I'm saying is it's not your fault. It's not your fault. I think of that scene in Good Will Hunting, when Robin Williams was hugging his patient, Goodwill Hunting, and he said, it's not your fault over and over and over again, and finally Will just broke down crying. It's one of the most powerful scenes I've ever seen in a movie. You have to watch Goodwill Hunting. But it points to exactly what I'm talking about, because what I'm talking about is it is not your fault, but it is your responsibility. You can either be at effect or you can be at cause. So how do we unpack this in a way that truly provides a solution? Well, here we go. Number one, you must take an emotional inventory. I've talked about this in the Solocast on hypervigilance. You can go through that entire process because I want to move forward here with us today. Go to joshtrent.com/490. That's going to be the starting point for this emotional inventory process, which by the way, you know that if you experience hypervigilance, where if you ever feel like you're a junkyard dog and everything's fine. So why are you so stressed out and what's going on? This is where you start. You start with the emotional inventory, and I can speak from my own personal experience. To this day, at 42 years old, I still have an awareness of my own hypervigilance, the things that trigger me. I'll say that my hypervigilance is an expression of my epigenetics, and really the missing link for me to dive deep into and for all of us to dive deep into, because as above, so below, so below, as above. "You cannot have the tree reach its branches to heaven unless its roots touch hell," Carl Young. So what I'm saying here is if the missing link or the bridge between what appears for us, what manifests physically, cancer disease, rheumatoid arthritis, CHD, weight gain, liver issues, all these things, if they are a manifestation, and Chinese and Western medicine, show us that they are... If what we experience physically is a manifestation of what we are experiencing emotionally, energy in motion, then today, I know I've planted a seed in your garden that allows you to see the truth around if epigenetics express themselves physically because of what the cells were told by our parents' grandparents in utero and outside dimensions, then you know that after this podcast, you can see that the emotional energy that we experience as human beings, emotionally, these things get transferred too. [14:28] Healing Addiction I think this is really something that is worth a deeper look on your own. It's going to be in the book that I write next year. It's going to be in many of the upcoming podcasts that we do. Emotional epigenetics, I believe is the missing link in holistic medicine. In holistic medicine, there is nutrition, breathing, water, thoughts, beliefs. Many of the ways that Paul Chek, Dr. Michael Ruscio, a lot of the people that we've had on the show who are experts in their field, they all approach these basic fundamental human behaviors. But what I love about Paul's work and what I love about my own work, too, is understanding what creates energy and motion. What I believe creates energy and motion and is the true missing link here is, the curiosity about discovering why energy is dysregulated, why energy is dysregulated. This is a part of this podcast that I really want you to feel before we say goodbye, and this is what you can take to the bank. If you are experiencing energy and you try to suppress or resist that energy, a part of your heart and soul knows that it always comes out sideways. In other words, why do alcoholics, drug addicts, porn addicts, shopping addicts, work addicts, why is addiction of any kind even a thing in anyone's life? It's because the opposite of addiction is connection. If you are connected to the energy that you're experiencing in your body, and you are courageously able to open up to that energy, to learn from that energy, to learn from the pain teacher, and to learn from the things that you are experiencing in a perfect way, otherwise they wouldn't be happening, then guess what? The more you lean into your emotional experience, the greater health, the greater wellness you will have, you will be. Period, end of story, full stop, new paragraph. This is it. Now, obviously, that is a sensitive issue because the moment that a human being starts to dig into their emotional inventory, starts to actually feel what they feel, starts to actually understand what the pain teacher, what these emotions are trying to tell them, well, then hypervigilance, the subconscious strategy that slowly kills us, this is what we talked about in the podcast, joshtrent.com/490. In that podcast, I go into depth about what hypervigilance is trying to tell us, but really what hypervigilance is, it's epigenetic expression of trauma; of trauma from an emotional standpoint that is trying to be let go of. It's always been said in many circles, what's coming is going, but what's coming that's blocked, never goes. So if that's the truth and there's something in your life, my life, all of our lives that is freaking asking for permission, it's asking for permission to be let go of, this is the ultimate question today, and this is what you can take and put in the bank as well. Can I cultivate the courage to take the emotional inventory, to feel the feelings I'm feeling, and to be honest with the challenge of my life? Can I be honest with the challenge of my life? Look, there's no shame if the answer to some of those questions was no. There was a major part of my life that was ruled by pornography for so long, and I think that these synapses that are wired, they do float away. They do uncouple. But in full transparency, I still have random thoughts of porn throughout the day. Do I act on them? No, I don't act on them because they don't hold the charge anymore because I've had the deeper work and the commitment to this deeper work be an everyday part of my life. Now, if you ask my partner, Carrie Michelle, she might be like, "God, can we just have one day where we're not working on ourselves?" My answer is like, "No, we can't," because every day is an opportunity. Every day is an opportunity to work on thyself, and that is my wish for you today. [18:35] Join our Wellness Community: M21 and Breathwork Guide We've covered emotional epigenetics. We've talked about how this plugs into holistic medicine. We've talked about the studies of science, the reality of energy, and spirit, the past life in utero, experience that we all have as human beings. Here's what I want to challenge you to do today. Here's the invitation. The invitation for you today is to go to joshtrent.com/490 and take your breath and relieve your stress. You can join us in the BREATHE: Breath and Wellness program. You're here with us on the podcast. So I'm going to give you a special coupon right now. Just go to breathwork.io. Use the code "PODCAST25" in the BREATHE program. I'm going to personally guide you for three weeks. A lot of what we uncover in this process together is going to be why is hypervigilance there? What is going on on a physiological level? How can psycho-immunology actually be the cause of some of our diseases the cause of most of our stress? In that brief program, it is my promise to you that the breath is going to set you free from many of the things you're experiencing. Your free resource is joshtrent.com/490. Go there now. Do the emotional inventory. Email me when you're done, firstname.lastname@example.org. Then head over to breathwork.io and use code podcast 25. You get 25% off the program. I'm excited for you and I to do work together. I think it's really easy to listen to a podcast and turn it off and not do anything. Well, I'm talking to your subconscious mind. I'm talking to your heart, to your soul right now. There's a reason you clicked on this episode. There's a reason you're interested in emotional epigenetics. 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Links From Today's Show 140 Unconventional Medicine – Chris Kresser 481 Scott Jackson | Rewire Yourself: How To Create A Life You Love With Freedom From Subconscious Sabotage 311 Mark Wolynn | It Didn't Start With You: Ending The Cycle of Inherited Trauma It Didn't Start with You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle by Mark Wolynn Good Will Hunting (Trailer) 490 SOLOCAST | Hypervigilance: The Subconscious Strategy of Survival That Slowly Kills Parents' Emotional Trauma May Change Their Children's Biology. 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Show Notes for Episode Twenty-Six of seX & whY: Sex and Gender Differences in Aging Host: Jeannette Wolfe Guest: Sara Haag Dr Haag is a researcher in molecular epidemiology who studies human biological aging at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Background - Dr Haag has a PhD in functional genomics and Post Doc in genetic and molecular epidemiology. She studies telomeres and molecular association with telomere length, she also has experience in molecular biology and computer science. Definitions and discussion points from podcast Geroscience - a new field of biomedical science that looks at how the molecular, genetic, and cellular mechanisms associated with the aging process itself may interact and even trigger many diseases associated with aging. This research provides a different angle for potential intervention to enhance health and longevity. Life Span - time between birth and death. Heath Span - time within life span of good health. Frailty Index and Clinical Frailty Scale are tools that evaluate a patient's overall physical conditioning and their vulnerability to certain adverse outcomes including falls, increased care requirements, hospital admission, and mortality. Epigenetics - the study of how DNA expression can be modified by behavior or environmental factors (versus alteration in the actual DNA itself). One way I think of this is to imagine a huge library full of books, and that each book represents a gene coded from our DNA- epigenetics help determine which books get pulled off the shelfs and get read or pushed back deeper into the shelfs. This process is different than buying new books for the library (which would be equivalent to changing the DNA itself.) Aging Scales - as different elements of the body age differently, there is not a gold standard to measure aging. Dr Haag recently published a study that evaluated a bunch of these different scales and determined that the “ideal” scale will vary dependent upon what you are studying- such as overall function or the biological aging of a specific organ (i.e. heart or liver). Two major theories of aging: Senescence theory of aging - the belief that with age, cellular systems due to repeat exposure to intracellular and extracellular stressors, eventually start to malfunction and breakdown. Things start slowly falling apart due to wear and tear. Programmed theory of aging - Aging is an innate active process which is highly regulated by an internal time clock. As the field of Geroscience and epigenetics evolves, the “truth” around aging is likely to be a combo of both theories. Sex Differences Hormones Estrogen Dr Haag talked about research involving telomere length (telomeres are the cap of the chromosome and they help protect the chromosomes from damage.) Typically, telomeres shorten with repeated division in somatic cells and when they shrink to a certain length the cell is more vulnerable to error and damage. Females have longer telomere length at birth compared to males and there is evidence that women with longer exposure to estrogen have longer telomeres. Testosterone Here is the Korean Eunuch study mentioned in the podcast. The researchers examined a genealogical record of 385 eunuchs and compared their life span to several other groups of men who lived during the same time periods including a bunch of kings. They found that the average life span of a eunuch was 70 which was 15-19 years longer than the comparison groups. One theory behind this difference in longevity is “the disposable soma theory”. This postulates that in males there is competition between two different intrinsic systems - somatic aging and reproduction- and that as both systems require significant energy to maintain, when energy is diverted to one system the other suffers. Sex Chromosomes In females each cell has two X chromosomes. In female cells, one of the X chromosomes is typically inactivated so that some cells have genes expressed that are inherited by their father, while others express genes inherited from their mother. Complicating this further is that several genes do not fully inactivate that second X chromosomes so that females may have an “extra” expression of some genes. A concrete example of this is the gene Toll like receptor 7 which codes for proteins that helps the immune system recognize the early invasion of certain types of viruses. As this gene doesn't undergo X inactivation, it may give females an extra boost in warding off certain types of viral infections. With aging there can be “skewing” of the X chromosome in that females may have a disproportionate percentage of cells that express the X chromosomes of a single parent. As male cells age, some may actually lose their Y chromosome. This news release suggests that his may happen relatively frequently as their work implied that 40% of all 70-year-olds had cellular evidence of it. The loss of Y chromosome can be associated with Alzheimer's and heart disease in males. Take home points: 1) The field of aging is absolutely exploding. Someday it may be possible to actively manipulate epigenetic signaling to slow or even reverse aging processes. 2) Different biological processes in our bodies age at different rates. Plus, if you follow a group of people over time, as they get older there will be greater and greater differences within that group in their markers of aging. 3) In aging research, there has historically been two different camps- the senescence camp, and the programmed theory one. In the senescence camp is the belief that as we age, things just start breaking down due to natural wear and tear. This contrasts with the programmed theory camp which believes that aging is a pre-designed active process that is triggered with age. The “truth” likely is a combination of both theories with epigenetics being the bridge. 4) Sex differences in aging include the mortality-morbidity paradox in that although females tend to have poorer health and greater fragility risk, males still tend to die sooner. 5) Sex differences with aging may include changes in the X chromosome with increased skewing and even the loss of the expression of the Y chromosome, both of which can be associated with an increase of health-related issues. Thanks for listening. May you be well (and curious). Jeannette.
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Dr. Jose Polo is a Professor of Epigenetics and the Director of the Centre for Epigenetics at the University of Adelaide. He is also a Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at Monash University. His lab studies the transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms that govern cell identity. He talks about his team's work on cell fate, iBlastoids, and placental models for SARS-CoV-2.
Dr. Bruce H. Lipton joins Daniel Schmachtenberger on Collective Insights to discuss his career work in the field of epigenetics. The discussion expands to include a look at how our view of evolution changes thanks to these advances. We also get a better understanding of humanity's progress and what we need to do to reach that next step in societal evolution. Sponsored by Qualia Senolytic: https://neurohacker.com/podcastoffer. Use code podcast when you shop Qualia Senolytic for 15% off your order. Get in touch. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurohacker/. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neurohackercollective. Email: email@example.com.
Spend Your Energy Wildly is the topic for Part 6, the final episode in our six-part book series. Gladys' teaching is that living well is a matter of learning how to steer your energy toward life. I recap the previous five lessons and illustrate how to receive the lessons and love from each moment. I share client stories and moments from my own life tied to the choice of expanding your energy wildly vs. wisely. I end the episode with Gladys' six-part practice on how to embrace and appreciate the gift of life. Gladys shares the decision to stop fighting at school in order to make connections. She had to redirect the energy and unconscious patterns created in her family with intention and purpose. We all have sovereignty over our energy. I share a moment from my life when my husband and I were inspired by families in our church to adopt children of our own. I discovered the capacity of both my light and darkness while raising five children, but I had the agency to expand and move toward light energy. I also illustrate Gladys' practice on how to embrace life with a series of questions for inquiry so life can grow and expand with you. Can you feel life's boundless energy moving throughout your body? This message is a reminder to embrace the wildness of life around you. Listen in to learn Glady's teachings as a stepping stone on the journey to a life well-lived. Thank you for joining me for this six-part series. I am honored to be with you. Please reach out. I'm thankful for every extra review during this six-part series. If you are enjoying these conversations, help me hit 100 reviews in celebration of my 100th episode! Please subscribe and spread the love by leaving a review and sharing it with your friends. Thank you.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: Review of the Gladys' previous teachingsHow direct energy toward feelings that are blissful and goodA client story about how to transmute energy in order to healSinking into the heart space vs. temporary pleasures The choice to expand energy wildly vs. wisely How I was challenged to move in the light while parenting five childrenGladys' practice of embracing your life Resources Mentioned:Learn more about LifeWave stem cell activation patchesLiving Medicine by Gladys T. McGarey The Well-Lived Life by Gladys T. McGarey Past Episodes Mentioned:Vitally You Episode 101: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D. a Six-Part Book Chat with DanaVitally You Episode 102: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey: A Six-Part Series on Happiness, Health, and LongevityVitally You Episode 103: Book Chat Series, Part 3 of 6, Love is the Most Powerful Medicine, ”The Well-Lived Life” by Gladys McGarey, M.D.Vitally You Episode 104: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D A Six-Part Book Chat About Happiness and HealthVitally You Episode 105: Everything is Your Teacher, Part Five Book Series, The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGareyGet in Touch: Become an insider and sign up for My Newsletter — scroll down to the box "Don't Miss A Thing"My WebsiteInstagramContact MeSpecial offers: Download the Daily Vitality eBook at danafrost.com/daily-vitality/Credit:Podcast Production by the team at The Wave PodcastingMusic by Phoebe GreenlandPhotography by Amy Boyle PhotographyPodcast art by SimplyBe. Agency
Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here In this episode Robb goes through a recent analysis he had done on his DNA data. What do his SNP's tell him. A story of genetics vs epigenetics. Show Notes: Dr. Anthony Jay Consulting Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: Coming soon...
Tara sits down with award-winning nutritionist and host of the top 1% podcast, High Performance Health, Angela Foster, to explore the effect mental health has on physical health and finding a balance in your wellness journey. They also discuss bio-individuality and syncing this for optimum health and energy.Follow Angela Foster on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/angelasfoster/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AngelaFosterPerformance/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angela-foster-/-----Visit Angela Foster Performance Website: https://angelafosterperformance.com/-----Listen to "High Performance Health" Podcast: https://angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts/-----Get Your Health Score Now: https://www.yourtotalhealthcheck.com/-----Follow Dr. Tara on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtaraswartTwitter: https://twitter.com/TaraSwartLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taraswartTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drtaraswart
Every culture has core stories - mythologies that have everything to do with group identity. Sometimes those stories are connected to national holidays, as in the case of the American holiday called Thanksgiving. But who gets to determine what those core stories should be? In this episode we welcome two wise women who have made it their life's work to serve as truth-tellers, and advocates for the stories of Native peoples that are seldom heard. Lenore Three Stars of the Oglala Sioux Band of the Lakota Nation, and Robbie Paul of the Nez Perce People, are here to help us to understand the importance of knowing, telling, and listening to each other's stories--in ways that bring healing and restoration. Note: If you or someone you know is suicidal, call one of the numbers listed on this website. If someone is in IMMEDIATE danger, please call your local emergency number. Lenore Three Stars Oglala Sioux Website Robbie Paul Nez Perce Nation Founding director of Native American Health Sciences at WSU SpokaneOregon Health Sciences UniversityNez Perce Appaloosa Horse ClubLinkedIn Mentions: National Museum of the American Indian American Indian Perspectives on Thanksgiving More resources about Thanksgiving: x, x, x, x, x Doctrine of Discovery Indian Removal Act Nez Perce War Standing Rock Cheyenne River Agency Pine Ridge Little Bighorn Manifest Destiny Ghost Dance Religion and Wounded Knee MassacreSupport the Earthkeepers podcast Keywords: revisionist history, epigenetics, intergenerational trauma, Native boarding schools, residential schools, decFind us on our website: Earthkeepers Support the Earthkeepers podcast Check out the Ecological Disciple
Grandpa Bill today continues talking about the brain and meditation, heart brain coherence based- Evolve Your Epigenome: Harnessing Deep Meditation for Lifelong Vitality Decoding the Epigenetic Code: Unleashing the Power of Meditation for Anti-Aging Meditate Your Way to Longevity: Unveiling the Epigenetic Secrets of Eternal Youth Introducing the concept of epigenetics and its role in regulating gene expression and cellular aging. Highlighting the potential of deep meditation to influence epigenetic mechanisms and promote longevity. Epigenetics and Aging: Explaining how epigenetic changes accumulate over time, leading to cellular senescence and aging. Discussing the role of telomeres, the protective caps on chromosomes, in regulating aging. Emphasizing how deep meditation can positively impact telomerase activity, slowing down telomere shortening and promoting cellular rejuvenation. Deep Meditation and Epigenetic Modification: Delving into the mechanisms by which deep meditation can induce epigenetic changes. Exploring the impact of deep meditation on gene expression patterns associated with aging and longevity. Discussing the potential of deep meditation to promote the expression of genes associated with longevity and cellular repair. Scientific Evidence: Presenting research findings supporting the link between deep meditation and epigenetic modification. Highlighting studies demonstrating the positive impact of deep meditation on telomere length and cellular aging. Discussing the potential of deep meditation to reduce the risk of age-related diseases. Providing guidance on incorporating deep meditation into one's daily routine for optimal epigenetic health. Recommending specific deep meditation techniques and practices for promoting longevity. Discussing the potential of deep meditation as a complementary approach to conventional anti-aging therapies. Reiterating the profound potential of deep meditation in influencing epigenetic mechanisms and extending human lifespan. Encouraging GB listeners to explore deep meditation as a tool for optimizing their epigenetic health and achieving a longer, healthier life. #epigenetics #deepmeditation #telomeres #aging #longevity --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bhsales/message
My guest introduces the fundamentals of MTHFR and how it impacts the body. She explores the potential health implications of MTHFR gene mutations and how you can achieve optimal wellness utilizing epigenetics, nutrigenomics, detoxing, and nervous system regulation. By the end of this show, you will have a better understanding of the role of MTHFR in your overall health and practical tips for optimizing your wellness. Rhiannon is a Certified Functional Nutrition Counselor, Board Certified Health Coach with the American Association of Natural Wellness Coaches, and a Board-Certified member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.https://sessionize.com/Mthfr_Coach/ http://www.yourlotandparcel.org
Get in the know about female bioidentical hormone replacement therapy! therapy:https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/5505730/?referralCode=C418EDF9C393C5716D9EDiscover how your exposome—the sum of all your life's exposures—shapes your genetic expression and, in turn, your health. You can direct your genetic expression by controlling your exposome, making lifestyle changes that profoundly influence your health outcomes. From nutrition to stress management, exercise, and more, learn how to upgrade your operating system for a healthier, more vibrant life. Your health and longevity are worth the investment, and this episode provides the guidance you need to age with confidence and embrace the future with enthusiasm.My Website: www.heatlhcouragecollective.comExposome Journal Article: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21081972/
Tara sits down with producer and advocate for representation of Indigenous storytellers in film and television, Bird Runningwater, to discuss decolonization, ancestral memory and a return to ancient wisdom. They also discuss the erasure of Native peoples and the reintroduction of Indigenous culture to American television and film.Follow Bird Runningwater on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/birdrunningh2o/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BirdRunningH2O/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bird-runningwater-92a9b313a-----Visit Bird Runningwater's Website: https://www.birdrunningwater.com/-----Follow Dr. Tara on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtaraswartTwitter: https://twitter.com/TaraSwartLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taraswartTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drtaraswart
What if the river of our memories ran deeper than we ever imagined? Could the waters of Lethe flow within us, carrying away the echoes of past lives, leaving us with a clean slate for each new beginning? What might we discover if we could access the archives of our soul's journey? Imagine a world where our DNA holds secrets planted by ancient civilizations, or where children's innocent minds touch upon wisdom from lives long past. Join us as we unravel these mysteries and ponder the profound implications they hold for our understanding of existence. Are we the architects of our destiny, or are we part of a grander design, with each life a single thread in the cosmic tapestry of learning and evolution?New! Follow Troubled Minds TV Here! -- https://bit.ly/43I9HHeLIVE ON Digital Radio! http://bit.ly/3m2Wxom or http://bit.ly/40KBtlWhttp://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show!https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledmindshttps://patreon.com/troubledmindshttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledmindshttps://troubledfans.comFriends of Troubled Minds! - https://troubledminds.org/friendsShow Schedule Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7-10pstiTunes - https://apple.co/2zZ4hx6Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2UgyzqMTuneIn - https://bit.ly/2FZOErSTwitter - https://bit.ly/2CYB71U----------------------------------------https://troubledminds.org/the-veil-of-lethe-epigenetics-meets-reincarnation-part-ii/https://troubledminds.org/temporal-brain-fog-epigenetics-meets-reincarnation/https://www.sciencealert.com/your-earliest-memories-may-still-be-locked-inside-your-head-heres-whyhttps://www.bbc.com/future/article/20231110-why-walking-backwards-can-be-good-for-your-health-and-brainhttps://www.nytimes.com/2023/11/13/upshot/long-covid-disability.htmlhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/epigeneticshttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/out-the-darkness/202112/evaluating-the-evidence-reincarnationhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30995505/https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-baby-scientist/202204/why-we-can-t-remember-our-earliest-yearshttps://twitter.com/TheUfoJoe/status/1724569368007467259This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4953916/advertisement
What if the memories of past lives are etched in our DNA, silenced not by time but by our own genetic coding? Could the key to unlocking these ancient memories lie within the brain's synaptic pruning process? Imagine a world where the secrets of your past existences are just a neural pathway away, waiting to be rediscovered. What stories might they tell? New! Follow Troubled Minds TV Here! -- https://bit.ly/43I9HHeLIVE ON Digital Radio! http://bit.ly/3m2Wxom or http://bit.ly/40KBtlWhttp://www.troubledminds.org Support The Show!https://rokfin.com/creator/troubledmindshttps://patreon.com/troubledmindshttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/troubledmindshttps://troubledfans.comFriends of Troubled Minds! - https://troubledminds.org/friendsShow Schedule Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed-Thurs 7-10pstiTunes - https://apple.co/2zZ4hx6Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2UgyzqMTuneIn - https://bit.ly/2FZOErSTwitter - https://bit.ly/2CYB71U----------------------------------------https://troubledminds.org/temporal-brain-fog-epigenetics-meets-reincarnation/https://www.sciencealert.com/your-earliest-memories-may-still-be-locked-inside-your-head-heres-whyhttps://www.bbc.com/future/article/20231110-why-walking-backwards-can-be-good-for-your-health-and-brainhttps://www.nytimes.com/2023/11/13/upshot/long-covid-disability.htmlhttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/epigeneticshttps://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/out-the-darkness/202112/evaluating-the-evidence-reincarnationhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30995505/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4953916/advertisement
She is a wife, stay-at-home mommapreneur to 2 beautiful littles, an endometriosis and crones warrior, fitness and bikini competitor, mindset coach, an epigenetics counsellor, and the creator of The Holistic Goddess Academy.She has 20 years experience in nutrition and exercise, 10 years in detoxification and epigenetics and a lifetime in mindset and personal development.After overcoming her own struggles with autoimmune, hormone imbalance and infertility through DNA testing, she saw a huge advantage to using epigenetic science in women's health and created The Holistic Goddess Academy.A safe place where women from all stages of their healing journey, come to learn how to reverse autoimmune and hormone imbalance through healthy and sustainable lifestyle choices.
Sunlight, the POMC gene, shitty-quality chicken, and more! TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) Sponsors (2:00) A round of applause (3:00) Tustin hangar fire (7:40) Shoutout to mothers (10:50) Maternal intuition (13:00) Sunlight, POMC, & endogenous peptides (15:50) Artifical light raising blood sugar & insulin (18:30) Epigenetics and human behavior (22:00) Numerology (24:00) Odd dreams (25:00) Jacket season (26:30) Appetite & resistance training (28:20) Urine therapy (30:00) Disgusting conventional chicken (33:00) Uring therapy routine (34:30) Raw meat health gurus (36:00) Vegetable oil (37:20) The McChicken theory (41:50) The 2AM ranch (43:30) Outro SPONSORS: RAREBIRD PARAXANTHINE COFFEE: Elevate your mental wellness and cognitive health with the caffeine-like benefits of paraxanthine coffee (But without jitters, anxiety or insomnia): Use code 2AM for 20% off! https://rarebird-coffee.myshopify.com?sca_ref=3811815.rHP27MxI90 VITAL RED LIGHT: Experience the healing power of red and infrared light therapy to rejuvenate your skin, mind, and body: Use code 2AM for 15% off! PORTAL: Finally get the sleep you've dreamed of with scientifically backed ingredients from Portal. It'll blow your mind. Use the link and code 2AM for 10% off: www.withportal.com/2AM EKSTER: Get the highest quality smart wallet on the market for up to 30% off using code 2AM in combination with this link here: https://shop.ekster.com/2ampodcast FOLLOW THE 2AM PODCAST: ALL PLATFORMS
I'm delighted to introduce Susana Puelles, L.Ac., a distinguished physician of Asian medicine, functional medicine practitioner, and expert in acupuncture and herbal therapies. Susana is dedicated to transforming the lives of busy, stressed women, guiding them towards a state of vibrant health, and helping them embrace their journey into motherhood with confidence. We delve into the captivating realm of epigenetics, examining the profound influence of chemicals on fertility and the vital process of detoxification. Moreover, we underscore the importance of a holistic approach to healing, shining a light on environmental factors impacting fertility and advocating for proactive preconception health. We talk about: 13:30 - Journey into holistic medicine and fertility specialization 21:00 - Alarming statistics and the need for preconception changes 25:00 - Sweating for detoxification 36:00 - Epigenetics and lifestyle choices 01:02:25 - Heart-womb connection: emotional impact on reproductive health 01:08:40 - Using stem cells from the umbilical cord or placenta 01:13:40 - Building a supportive team for pregnancy and postpartum Sponsors: Enhance your healthspan and boost your everyday cellular function with Mimio daily cell care. Use BIOHACKINGBRITTANY at checkout to save. Get BiOptimizers for better sleep and use BIOHACKINGBRITTANY for the Black Friday mega sale this whole month of November. Resources: Try my Hormone Balancing Chocolate recipe! It's delicious and your body and hormones will thank you. My Ebb and Flow Cycle Guide solves all your hormone problems. Confused on what to eat and do during each phase of your cycle? Download it now for all the answers on cycle syncing and hormone balancing. Enter my giveaway for a free women's health consultation on my website Susana Puelles' website Let's Connect: Instagram, TikTok, Facebook Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts
The Forgotten Medicine: Lifestyle How Lifestyle Impacts Our Genes. Discover the profound impact of lifestyle choices on our genetic makeup with Dr. Jyothi Rao in this thought-provoking discussion. Unearth the forgotten medicine of lifestyle and delve into its influence on aging, disease, and overall well-being. Prepare to reframe your view of health and longevity as you embark on this insightful journey with Dr. Rao. #LifestyleMedicine #GeneticHealth #DrJyothiRao Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
Rachel Hazlett-Karr originally studied journalism and documentary filmmaking but gravitated toward social entrepreneurship as another avenue to create social change. She founded and ran several startups. As a CEO who had done a lot of inner work, she focused on creating a healthy culture at her companies. More recently Rachel moved into founding a spiritual or capacity building school called Magenta. Her school is devoted to sharing unconventional healing methods. After surviving a sexual assault and a national media storm in her teens, she tried to bury the wound and get on her with life. As soon as she became a single mom a few years later, the love for her baby forced some change in her. What she realized is that she would need to face her wounds and strengthen her Light. This led her to Zen Buddhism and then into Western Esoteric teachings. Her journalism and documentary work has come full circle as she now cohosts a podcast and a YouTube show called Magenta FM that teaches listeners how to take back their power in life and relationships and become a force for healing themselves and the world.https://www.youtube.com/@magentafm
Is there something you really want but you're deeply scared of going after it and you can't figure out why? There can be lots of reasons why we don't take action even though we want to. This week I want to talk about a reason that might not have occurred to you, one you might not even be aware exists at all. Join me today to learn about the science of epigenetics, how it might be impacting you, and how you can create a wildly delicious life even if it is. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.korilinn.com/159
Everything is Your Teacher is the topic for Part 5 in our six-part book series. I share a teaching from Gladys' life where she learned that finding courage can be the greatest challenge. I detail four events from my own life that were incredibly challenging and the unique themes that surround the experiences we face. I end the episode with Gladys' practice for finding the teacher in all things. Gladys shares the challenge around divorce and personal devastation, but how it was also a calling to something greater. I share a visualization practice I used during a difficult time that allowed me to keep the emotional pain separate from the specific moments. I also illustrate Gladys' practice of finding the teacher as a way to access the lesson in each challenge. This courageous message is a reminder that everything is a teacher. Listen in to learn more about the wisdom and insight Gladys has to share with us. What wisdom can you receive from an extremely challenging experience? Please reach out. I would love to hear from you. If you are enjoying these conversations, help me hit 100 reviews in celebration of my 100th episode! Please subscribe and spread the love by leaving a review and sharing it with your friends. Thank you. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: Review of past weeks' episodes How hardships make us who we are todayFour life events that brought lessons and discoveriesHow forgiveness and love can bring light to darknessNot fighting against what happened to usThe power of going into dreams and the subconscious The teaching that life is supposed to be lived in all circumstancesGladys' practice for finding the teacher Resources Mentioned:Learn more about LifeWave stem cell activation patchesLiving Medicine by Gladys T. McGarey The Well-Lived Life by Gladys T. McGarey Past Episodes Mentioned:Vitally You Episode 101: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D. a Six-Part Book Chat with DanaVitally You Episode 102: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey: A Six-Part Series on Happiness, Health, and LongevityVitally You Episode 103: Book Chat Series, Part 3 of 6, Love is the Most Powerful Medicine, ”The Well-Lived Life” by Gladys McGarey, M.D.Vitally You Episode 104: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D A Six-Part Book Chat About Happiness and HealthGet in Touch: Become an insider and sign up for My Newsletter — scroll down to the box "Don't Miss A Thing"My WebsiteInstagramContact MeSpecial offers: Download the Daily Vitality eBook at danafrost.com/daily-vitality/Credit:Podcast Production by the team at The Wave PodcastingMusic by Phoebe GreenlandPhotography by Amy Boyle PhotographyPodcast art by SimplyBe. Agency
Tara sits down with Master Coach, Energy Therapist and Vedic Astrologer Tori Jenae to explore the ancient wisdom of Vedic and First American philosophy, epigenetics and generational trauma. They also discuss combining western psychology and eastern wisdom to find your true path in life.Follow Tori Jenae on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manifestsoulsuccessFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/manifestsoulsuccessLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tori-jenae-ma-psych-a6051766-----Visit Tori Jenae's Website: https://www.torijenae.com/-----Follow Dr. Tara on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtaraswartTwitter: https://twitter.com/TaraSwartLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taraswartTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drtaraswart
Epigenetic coach and executive consultant focused on the intersection of neurobiology, culture and empathy in today's business world, Rajkumari Neogy joins us to share her expertise on exclusion in the workplace. Possessing a rare blend of scientific prowess and emotion, Neogy believes that passionate self-reflection coupled with dedicated curiosity define true leadership. Specializing in the technology sector, Neogy has worked with high-powered, worldwide organizations for more than two decades, training leaders at Google, Facebook, Adobe, Indeed, Slack, Salesforce and numerous others. She holds a master's degree in Transformative Leadership Development from the California Institute of Integral Studies and is the author of “The WIT Factor: Shifting the Workplace Paradigm by Becoming Your Optimal Self.” Neogy is based in San Francisco. Tune in on Wednesday, November 8 @ 6pm EST!
As entrepreneurs, we dedicate a huge amount of effort and commitment to running our business, yet we forget the biggest asset we have: our health and fitness. What if you can run your body like a business?In this episode of What's Working Now? Katie talks with Julian Hayes of Executive Health about how it is possible to do just that and create a lifestyle and nutrition specific to your body's needs. Discover how epigenetics can unlock possibilities for longevity, as well as making a positive impact for your overall health from a cellular level in order to manage stress and go through life's daily complications with ease. Key Takeaways from this episode:What is Epigenetics and how does it relate to entrepreneurs?Non-negotiable things for CEOs to haveBenefits of cardio and strength trainingExecutive presence, strength training, and mental clarityThe impact of exercise on managing stress and navigating complexities.What's working now in your business? About Julian Hayes:Julian Hayes II is an author, hybrid athlete, and the founder of Executive Health. He's also the host of Executive Health and Life. Lastly, he's had 300+ articles published in Inc., Entrepreneur, Chief Executive, & many more. Connect with Julian:fWebsite: https://www.executivehealth.io/Free Health Report (The Optimal Executive) — https://www.executivehealth.io/reportLinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianhayesii/About Katie Richardson:Katie, once a girl who just liked to have fun, transformed into a globally recognized designer and entrepreneur. With expertise in woodworking, welding, drawing, and sewing, she crafted her own path. Despite initial doubts and imposter syndrome, Katie defied expectations by establishing Puj, a business that now boasts its products in 2,000 US stores and 26 countries, delighting over 1 million customers worldwide. Her greatest aspiration is to inspire women across the globe. Renowned shows like the Ellen Degeneres Show, Rachael Ray Show, Today Show, and Entrepreneur Magazine have featured her, while influential figures like Martha Stewart, Matt Damon, Camilla Alves, Mario Lopez, Robert Downey Jr., Kourtney Kardashian, Bill & Giuliana Rancic, and Pam Beesley have embraced her products. Today, Katie is a coach, mother of four, wife, author, and powerful speaker. To connect with Katie:Join Katie in Puerto Rico (December 6-8, 2023) : https://now.katierichardson.com/event Website: https://katierichardson.com/CASE STUDIES: https://now.katierichardson.com/casestudyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-richardson-creator Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/whats-working-now/id1515291698BuzzSprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1847280Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2kV8cL7eTZ70UAXMOtcBbr**DATES FOR THIS EVENT HAVE CHANGED** The event dates are now DECEMBER 6-8TH, 2023.I hope to see you there!
Dr. Timothy Jenkins and undergraduate student, Kelaney Stalker join Austen and Katy to discuss epigenetics. Kelany describes a project she worked on to be able to differentiate between menstrual blood and peripheral blood using epigenetics. This work has implications in forensic science that could potentially help in domestic violence and sexual assault cases.This episode was recorded on September 27, 2023.
BIO:Nathalie Niddam is a holistic nutritionist, human potential and epigenetic coach and the host of the Biohacking Superhuman Performance Podcast. Nat is also passionate about Peptides and Peptide Bioregulators- compounds that many in the space believe will revolutionize medicine in the next few years. SHOW NOTES:
On this fascinating episode of Personal Development Mastery, join me as I sit down with Antonia, a registered holistic psychotherapist and author of Dismantling the Third Dimension. Antonia takes us on a journey of her own personal transition to a more spiritual path, discussing her experiences with synchronicities and energy movement. She sheds light on the importance of silence and how it allows us to access higher frequencies and the intelligence of consciousness, while exploring the concept of collective healing. We continue our exploration into the profound impact of ancestral trauma and how it's passed down through generations. Antonia helps us understand how these traumas are etched into our DNA and can be impacted by higher frequencies. Further, we tackle the concept of the third dimension and its representation of a reality filled with pain. Listen as Antonia describes the shift from pain to unity and how this leads to increased empathy and awareness. In our discussion on trauma, pain, and personal development, Antonia shares valuable insights into how pain and suffering can be part of an expansion process. She discusses how silence can quiet the noise, allowing higher frequencies to work their magic. Finally, we discuss the power of gratitude and the role of higher frequencies such as compassion and empathy in transmitting acceptance. Join us for this enlightening episode to learn how to transition from pain to unity, explore ancestral trauma's impact, and harness the power of silence for personal development. ⠀
Hello Listeners! I know you're going to love this discussion with my guest, Laurie Gerber. More about her background here: Laurie Gerber is one of the most engaging and effective life coaches and presenters in the country. After holding several positions at Handel Group® over the last 18 years, including President of HG Life, Laurie is currently licensing The Handel Method® and focusing on LOVE coaching. When “love" is truly treated as a verb, world peace is possible. She works to prove this theory every day. She has been presenting to and coaching individuals, couples, and groups, with a wide range of partners including: Match, Zoosk, JDate, General Assembly, She Tribe, BeSocialChange, IvyConnect, Ellevate and so many more. She has appeared numerous times on television shows, podcasts, radio shows, and IG lives. Check out “The Secret-Free Diet” her TedX talk on the power of truth telling. When not working from her NYC townhouse, she's meditating, jogging, or attempting to get cuddles from her 8, 19 and 21-year old kids and husband of 25 years. You can learn more on Instagram at Lauriegerber_coach. A machine-generated transcript of the conversation can be found at this Descript link. For more on how to connect with Laurie, see the sites she mentioned below: Tedx Talk: Secret-Free Diet https://lauriegerbercoaching.com/ https://www.lauriegerber.com/ *** If you want to leave us a voice message, Somatic Wisdom is now on Speakpipe! We would love to hear your thoughts or questions: https://www.speakpipe.com/SomaticWisdomLoveNotes For more resources, subscribe to my the Somatic Wisdom Substack newsletter, where additional content can be found in essay format. *** Music credit: https://www.melodyloops.com/composers/ihsandincer/ Cover art credit: https://www.natalyakolosowsky.com/ *** To show your gratitude for this show, you can make a one-time gift to support Somatic Wisdom with this link. To become a Sustaining Honor Roll contributor to help us keep bringing you conversations and content that support Your Somatic Wisdom please use this link. Thank you! Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
Join hosts Amy Shepherd and Julie Dye for a conversation with Dr. Meesha Dogan, CEO and Cofounder of Cardio Diagnostics Holdings Inc. In this podcast chat, the hosts learn about how Dr. Dogan's work is helping to put AI/machine learning-driven integrated genetic epigenetics on the map. A great discussion on critical advancements in human health-don't miss this one! #ExactSciences #Epigenetics #HeartHealth #AI #MachineLearning Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tony talks with Lori Finlay, a nurse practitioner, board-certified health coach, and health expert with a unique background in cardiology and wellness medicine. Lori opens up about her personal struggles with chronic fatigue and premature menopause and how she took control of her health journey through the study of epigenetics. As she weaves her narrative, she touches on her frustrations with inadequate medical treatment and the critical importance of functional medicine. Utilizing the analogy of a piano, Lori illustrates how epigenetics—the top layer of our genetic wiring influenced by lifestyle—can be expressed differently, giving us control over our own wellness in a profound way. Lori expands the discussion to encompass a wide range of symptoms and experiences that many may encounter while grappling with life's challenges—from trauma and stress to divorce and betrayal. She delves into how stress hormones can even mimic symptoms of a heart attack and provides actionable advice for self-care routines to raise one's physical and emotional baseline. Special focus is given to women's health, specifically the link between emotional stress and hormone imbalance and its relation to breast cancer. Lori suggests mindfulness exercises and practical biohacks, such as the simple yet effective use of clove and lime oils on the vagus nerve, to manage stress and improve overall well-being. Wrapping up, Lori shifts the spotlight to the urgent need for awareness and education, not just in women's breast health but also in men's health. She shares her insights on cutting-edge, holistic approaches to breast health and the relevance of early detection methods like the Dutch hormone test. The conversation even extends to the potential benefits of energy medicine and mindfulness in holistic healing. Listeners are left not only with an arsenal of information but also an invitation to Lori's free breast health awareness webinar, making this episode an invaluable resource for anyone looking to take control of their health. You can take Lori's free “Hormone Symptom Quiz here https://pages.lorifinlay.com/hormone-quiz and find out more about Lori and how she can help you “create the vitality you crave,” at https://lorifinlay.com/ Find all the latest links to podcasts, courses, Tony's newsletter, and more at https://linktr.ee/virtualcouch Please follow Tony's new Waking Up to Narcissism Instagram account here https://www.instagram.com/wutnpod/ Subscribe to Tony's latest podcast, "Waking Up to Narcissism Q&A - Premium Podcast," on the Apple Podcast App. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/waking-up-to-narcissism-q-a/id1667287384 Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
Tara sits down with Mahesh Natarajan, COO of the leading destination spa resort Ananda in the Himalayas, to explore insights from one of the premiere getaways for physical, emotional, and spiritual transformation. They also discuss Ananda's specialties: ancient Indian philosophies combined with expert-led yoga, ayurveda, breathwork, meditation, and other international wellness therapies.Follow Ananda in the Himalayas on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anandainthehimalayasFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnandaInTheHimalayasYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdjArurztFUg2YoqCvsjBwQ-----Visit Ananda in the Himalayas Website: https://www.anandaspa.com/-----Follow Dr. Tara on Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtaraswartTwitter: https://twitter.com/TaraSwartLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/taraswartTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drtaraswart
Dive into a spine-chilling exploration of fear with me in this week's episode of Season of the Witch - but not too deep, open water is gross. Journey through the evolutionary roots of fear, its epigenetic inheritance, and how our bodies react to it. Discover how media magnifies fear, the historical whirlwinds of mass hysteria, and the unique ways the witchy and LGBTQ+ communities navigate through fears. Plus, get introduced to the enchanting world of October Occult (@octoberoccult) candles in our new witchy business spotlight segment. Share your eerie or enlightening thoughts with me on socials at @sotwwithrowan or drop a spooky line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy Halloween, witches, and a Merry Samhain too! Now, go carve yourself a sexy pumpkin after tuning in. Episode Outline: I. Introduction A. Greetings: Warm Halloween and Samhain wishes from host Rowan B. Theme Introduction: Unveiling the episode's focus on exploring fear from multifaceted angles II. Evolutionary Exploration of Fear A. Survival Mechanisms: Delve into the evolutionary roots of fear B. Epigenetic Inheritance: Discussion on how fear responses may be inherited C. Physiological Responses: Understanding the body's reaction to fear III. Media's Magnification of Fear A. Propagation of Fear: Analysis of how media amplifies fear B. Mass Hysteria Historical Instances: Uncovering events like the Dancing Plague of 1518 and the Satanic Panic IV. Witchy Remedies for Fear A. Community Practices: Exploration of witchy community's tactics for managing fear B. Personal Rituals: Sharing rituals for releasing or binding fears V. Community Spotlight A. Witchy Business Segment Introduction: Launching a new segment to promote witchy businesses B. October Occult Spotlight: Featuring October Occult candles by Hayley May VI. Intersection of LGBTQ+ Community and Horror Genre A. Unique Relationship: Discussing the LGBTQ+ community's connection with the horror genre B. Historical and Representational Insights: Delving into the historical resonance and representation in horror narratives VII. Fascination with Fear A. Fear Enjoyment Exploration: Understanding the allure of fear and its biochemical reactions --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sotwwithrowan/message