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The Cancer Secrets Podcast
CSP S5E068 - Ep. 68, When Should You Start Treatment

The Cancer Secrets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 10:24


Welcome to the Cancer Secrets Podcast hosted by Dr. Jonathan Stegall. | In today's episode, Dr. Stegall speaks to the popular question, "when should I start treatment" and shares his recommendations and reasons. Timing is key when it comes to treating cancer and getting a more hopeful outcome. Also, in today's episode, Dr. Stegall mentions his brand-new and exciting launch of Cancer Secrets University (CSU). CSU offers 5 Modules, 40 Video Lessons, and 6 Bonus Lessons. CSU offers a comprehensive VIDEO ON DEMAND COACHING PROGRAM to empower cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors with the latest research and weapons in the fight against cancer. To order Dr. Stegall's Amazon best-selling book, read the blog, listen to the podcast, or now sign up for access to Cancer Secrets University (CSU), visit cancersecrets.com. Listeners of the Cancer Secrets Podcast can use the discount code "CSUPodcast" to receive a discount when signing up for CSU. Thank you for being a supportive listener of the show. If this show has encouraged you, please take a minute to leave a five-star rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts so that others can discover the show too. Thank you!

2 Woke Sisters
Burnout & The "Independent Woman"

2 Woke Sisters

Play Episode Play 29 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 43:06


We discuss why being an "Independent Woman" is actually holding you back and leading to burnout, leaving you feeling constantly deprived, exhausted, under-nurtured, and undernourished.Topics covered:what is burnout? what are the symptoms?why do women push themselves to burnout so frequently?why  the "Good Girl 2.0" is the "Independent Woman" – and how this leads to burnouthow to overcome & heal burnoutReady to be heal burnout, feel renewed and supported in a community of powerful, authentic women? Join us at The Liberated Woman Retreat on Saturday, October 15th in Pensacola, FL.YOU WILL RECEIVE:- Confidence around your self-expression and the proper boundaries in place to embody it- A renewed vibrancy & radiance for life- Integrative tools and practices to live more authentically- A supportive network of women to stay connected withBONUSES:- Whatsapp connection with the other attendees before & after the event- One FREE month inside Sisters That Stray CollectiveSpace is filling up FAST, so book soon if you plan to join us! **If you leave us a written review on iTunes, take a screenshot and email it to us at hello@sistersthatstray.com – and we'll give you 1 FREE MONTH inside Sisters That Stray Collective.  This is our online community where we focus on a topic related to feminine power and practice breathwork & embodiment in a live workshop every month. Support the show

Gums & Gossip
Holistic Health Hygiene Part 2

Gums & Gossip

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 38:26


How about Part 2 with Integrative practitioner "Dr Dawn" who helps improve health and gums by discovering what can not be seen? Her goal is to give information and resources to improve and sustain your health and well being. Join your "Gum Goddess Podcaster", Hope, as she talks to Dr Dawn Ewing about IABDM Certification, probiotics, radiation, materials, and ozone and more! She is the executive director of IABDM ( International Academy of Biological Dentistry & Medicine) as well as author of "Let The Tooth Be Known...Are Your Teeth Making You Sick." Listen to her passion and guidance of combining 21st century diagnostics, quantum medicine, and the traditional wisdom of natural healing and holistic health services and ways to help discover alternative treatments available. Join Hope online Gums & Gossip | Facebook and Gums & Gossip (@gumsngossip) Patronage appreciated The Gums & Gossip Podcast is creating Dental Podcasts | Patreon ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more info, membership and Certification - International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (iabdm.org) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gumsandgossip/message

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Strike different neural notes at distinct stages: An integrative process of attention modulation in naturalistic speech

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.10.02.510499v1?rss=1 Authors: Li, J., Hong, B., Nolte, G., Engel, A. K., Zhang, D. Abstract: When we are following someone when there are multiple speakers, are we just paying attention to the sound the speaker makes, the word the speaker uses, or are we aligning our minds to the attended speaker? In this process, selective attention plays a critical role. Previous studies have mainly focused on attention modulation on the single types of features from the speaker. However, attending to a speaker needs an integrative process: the sound waves, which represent acoustic features, should be heard; the meaning of the text, which represents semantic features, needs to be understood; listeners and speakers need to form a common grounding during the process, which represent the inter-brain feature. We still do not know how our brain entrains different types of features from the speaker in an integrative way. In this study, naturalistic speech was adopted to explore attention modulation. The natural language processing models and the flourishing inter-brain recording methods were adopted to qualify the different types of information from the speaker. Our study revealed that attention modulated the acoustic, semantic, and speaker's neural activity in an integrative way. When the listener pays attention to a speaker, the sound is the first to be processed: The neural activity in the theta band entrains the acoustic feature with a latency of 200~350 ms. Then, the meaning of the attended speech is parsed: the delta band modulates the attention with a latency of 200~600 ms. The listener entrains the speaker's neural activity 5 seconds before the speech onset. The entrainment of the acoustic feature and the semantic feature is correlated with each other. Only the entrainment of the attended speaker has a significant negative correlation with the comprehension score. Together, these results illustrate an integrative view of how our brain is selectively entrained to different types of information from the speaker. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 10.03.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 61:10 Very Popular


video: Dr. Guy Mcpherson Predicts Human Extinction by 2030  Neil Oliver: ‘By taking back control of the money we can begin regaining control of our world' Unpayable Debt & Deadly Vax Causing Hell on Earth – Ed Dowd 2 Testimonials  Trailer For : Science For Hire   Regeneration of brain stem cells boosted by turmeric compound Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (Germany)  September 28, 2022  A bioactive compound found in turmeric promotes stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain, reveals new research published in the open access journal Stem Cell Research & Therapy. The findings suggest aromatic turmerone could be a future drug candidate for treating neurological disorders, such as stroke and Alzheimer's disease. The study looked at the effects of aromatic (ar-) turmerone on endogenous neutral stem cells (NSC), which are stem cells found within adult brains. NSC differentiate into neurons, and play an important role in self-repair and recovery of brain function in neurodegenerative diseases. Previous studies of ar-turmerone have shown that the compound can block activation of microglia cells. When activated, these cells cause neuroinflammation, which is associated with different neurological disorders. However, ar-turmerone's impact on the brain's capacity to self-repair was unknown.  Researchers from the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine in Jülich, Germany, studied the effects of ar-turmerone on NSC proliferation and differentiation both in vitro and in vivo. Rat fetal NSC were cultured and grown in six different concentrations of ar-turmerone over a 72 hour period. At certain concentrations, ar-turmerone was shown to increase NSC proliferation by up to 80%, without having any impact on cell death. The cell differentiation process also accelerated in ar-turmerone-treated cells compared to untreated control cells.  Lead author of the study, Adele Rueger, said: “While several substances have been described to promote stem cell proliferation in the brain, fewer drugs additionally promote the differentiation of stem cells into neurons, which constitutes a major goal in regenerative medicine. Our findings on aromatic turmerone take us one step closer to achieving this goal.”  Ar-turmerone is the lesser-studied of two major bioactive compounds found in turmeric. The other compound is curcumin, which is well known for its anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties.  Study finds mind-body practices lower blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes University of Southern California School of Medicine, September 30, 2022 Mind-body practices such as yoga and meditation are increasingly popular tools for promoting health and combating diseases, including type 2 diabetes. Approximately 66% of Americans with type 2 diabetes use mind-body practices and many do so because they believe it helps control their blood sugar. Until now, however, whether mind-practices can reduce blood glucose levels has never been rigorously quantified. According to new research conducted by a team from the Keck School of Medicine of USC, published in the Journal of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, some mind-body practices can be nearly as effective as commonly prescribed drugs at reducing blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes.  The team analyzed data from randomized controlled trials conducted across the globe between 1993 and 2022. They found 28 trials in which people with type 2 diabetes began a mind-body practice in addition to receiving medication and compared their results with people who only received medication to reduce their blood sugar levels. This study, the first to analyze a range of mind-body practices including meditation, qigong, yoga and mindfulness-based stress reduction and their effect on blood glucose levels, revealed that all mind-body practices led to significant reductions in blood sugar levels.  Taken as a whole, the mind-body practices averaged a .84% reduction in hemoglobin A1c, a measure of the average blood glucose level for the past 3 months. Yoga, the most-studied modality, provided the largest benefit, about a 1% reduction in hemoglobin A1c. The authors noted that a 1% reduction is particularly notable because metformin, the most prescribed diabetes drug, reduces hemoglobin A1c in people with type 2 diabetes by 1.1% on average.  The research suggests that mind-body practices could be used as a both as a complementary nonpharmacological treatment for people with type 2 diabetes and possibly as a preventive measure as well.   Compound in Celery Found to Destroy 86% of Lung Cancer CellsGuangdong Pharmaceutical University (China),   September 28th, 2022 Celery ihas been found to be extremely effective at killing ovarian, pancreatic, prostate, breast, liver, and lung cancer cells. In fact, in a recent study, celery killed up to 86% of cancer cells in the lungs (in vitro). In addition to calming your nervous system, aiding digestion, reducing inflammation, and lowering blood pressure, celery also contains an anti-cancer compound called apigenin, which has been effective at causing apoptosis (cell suicide) in numerous types of cancer cells. Researchers in China have found that by eating just two medium stalks of celery 2 to 3 times a week can reduce the risk of getting lung cancer by 60%. It is still not definitive through the scientists research, however, if the apigenin alone does the work of killing cancerous cells or if they work in cooperation with other compounds found in celery Furthering the link, other research found: “Apigenin widely inhibits cell proliferation of various lung cancer cell lines in a dose-dependent manner and the combination treatment of apigenin and antitumor drugs is very effective in human lung cancer cells, and Nrf2-ARE pathway may contribute to the mechanism.” And another study's abstract focusing on the broader impact of fruit and vegetable intake on cancer concluded: “In particular, high intake of Chinese cabbage (OR = 0.53), chives (OR = 0 .54), carrots (OR = 0.51) and celery (OR = 0.40) was inversely associated with lung cancer. The OR was more than six-fold elevated for smokers reporting low intake of vegetables, and more than four-fold elevated for smokers reporting low intake of fruit, as compared with never smokers reporting high intake of these items.  Moderate alcohol use linked to heart chamber damage, atrial fibrillation in new studyUniversity of California, San Francisco September 28, 2022  A study by UC San Francisco researchers found that even moderate alcohol consumption may change the structure of the heart in ways that increase the risk of atrial fibrillation. “There's growing evidence that moderate alcohol intake may be a risk factor for atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disturbance in the world, but the mechanism by which alcohol may lead to atrial fibrillation is unknown,” said Gregory Marcus, MD, endowed professor of atrial fibrillation research at UCSF and senior author of the study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Marcus and colleagues looked at damage to the left atrium of the heart as a possible pathway between alcohol and atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is a known risk factor for stroke. The irregular pumping of blood can lead to blood clots, which may travel to the brain and cause stroke. The researchers evaluated data from more than 5,000 adults collected over several years in the Framingham Heart Study, including echocardiograms, medical history and self-reported alcohol intake. The study participants, mostly white and in their 40s to 60s, reported on average just over one drink per day. The overall rate of atrial fibrillation in the group was 8.4 cases per 1,000 people per year – meaning over a 10-year period, eight out of 100 people were likely to develop atrial fibrillation. Every additional drink per day was associated with a 5 percent increase in the yearly risk. Every additional drink per day also was associated with a statistically significant 0.16 millimeter enlargement of the left atrium, highlighting a possible site of physical damage caused by drinking   Ginger effective for muscle pain relief University of Georgia,  Sep 29, 2022 A new study has suggested that daily doses of raw or heat-treated ginger are effective for relieving muscle pain following strenuous exercise.  Some research has shown that ginger may have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties similar to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.  In one study, four to 36 weeks of daily ginger doses (30 to 500 mg.) achieved reductions in knee pain from osteoarthritis.  Researchers from the University of Georgia examined the efficacy of multiple days of ginger doses for relieving experimentally induced muscle pain from 18 eccentric muscle exercises.  For the study, student volunteers were tested on 11 consecutive days while taking ginger supplements. Seventy-four students were divided in three groups given either raw ginger, heated ginger or placebo.  The authors hypothesized that pain ratings after exercise would be lower in the ginger group compared to placebo subjects.  Results from the subjects' responses data showed that both raw and heat-treated ginger lowered muscle pain intensity after eccentric exercise by 25 and 23 per cent, respectively.  Heat treating ginger, therefore, did not increase the analgesic benefit.   Whether ground, instant or decaffeinated, coffee drinking associated with longer life Baker Heart and Diabetes Research Institute (Australia), September 28 2022.  Regardless of the type of coffee consumed, people who drink coffee may live longer, as indicated by research findings reported in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. “In this large, observational study, ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee were associated with equivalent reductions in the incidence of cardiovascular disease and death from cardiovascular disease or any cause,” senior author Peter Kistler, PhD, stated.  The study included 449,563 men and women enrolled in the UK Biobank, which recruited UK residents from 2006 to 2010 and collected data concerning dietary intake, including coffee consumed, and other factors. Individuals included in the current investigation did not have cardiovascular disease or heart arrhythmias at the beginning of the study.  During an average follow-up of 12.5 years, 27,809 deaths occurred. Compared with non-coffee drinkers, people who reported drinking ground, instant or decaffeinated coffee had a significantly lower risk of dying from all causes during follow-up. The greatest risk reduction was associated with drinking 2 to 3 cups coffee per day, with ground coffee associated with 27% lower risk compared with no coffee drinking. Drinking any type of coffee was also associated with a reduced chance of developing cardiovascular disease, and 2 to 3 cups was again associated with the most protection. The development of arrhythmias was less among people who consumed ground or instant coffee, but not decaffeinated coffee.  “The beverage contains more than 100 biologically active components,” Dr Kistler remarked. “It is likely that the non-caffeinated compounds were responsible for the positive relationships observed between coffee drinking, cardiovascular disease and survival. Our findings indicate that drinking modest amounts of coffee of all types should not be discouraged but can be enjoyed as a heart healthy behavior.”

Breathwork Bestie
Breathwork for Heart Opening with Chrystal Rose

Breathwork Bestie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 19:07


If you are new to this podcast or breathwork, you may find it helpful to listen to episode 1 first.This is an Integrative (short) session and can be done sitting up or lying down. Please consult your doctor before trying breathwork if you have any known health issues or are pregnant. Please do not do breathwork while operating a vehicle or other heavy machinery.Chrystal Rose is a serial entrepreneur, transformative coach for high achievers, and the host of two podcasts, Self Love for Breakfast and Breathwork Bestie. She is dedicated to helping business owners, coaches and corporate rockstars shift from a place of hustle, to ease and abundance. Chrystal has been in the personal development space for the last 12 years, shifting from a mindset focus to more of an embodiment approach. She helps her clients achieve lasting results by getting to and healing the root cause of their actions. From high level 1:1 & group coaching, retreats in Italy, courses and a book coming out soon—Chrystal offers multiple levels of accessibility in order to touch as many lives as possible. Learn more at ChrystalRose.com

Dr. Pat Show
TTR Network - The Dr. Pat Show - PTSDreams

Dr. Pat Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 52:48


The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: PTSDreams: Transform Your Nightmares from Trauma through Healing Dreamwork with Linda Schiller. Linda Yael Schiller, MSW, LICSW is an international speaker, dreamwork specialist, integrative mind/mind/spiritual psychotherapist, and author of Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding Your Soul's Wisdom (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2019), and Integrative and Comprehensive Trauma Treatment (Western Schools, 2010). The author of numerous additional articles, book chapters, and audio programs on dreamwork, trauma treatment and relational group work, Linda is professor emeritus of Boston University School of Social Work. She has received awards for her original theory of relational group work and recognition worldwide for her teaching excellence. Linda regularly teaches dreamwork live and on-line to a variety of professional disciplines including therapists, coaches, clergy, and health care providers as well as at team building, corporate events and retreats on her “Integrated Embodied Dreamwork” approach, her unique “Dreamwork Through the Lens of Kabbalah,” and her innovative nightmare protocol based on best practices in trauma treatment and Jungian active imagination called “The GAIA* Method (Guided Active Imagination Approach).” Website: http://www.lindayaelschiller.com/

Glowing Mumma Thriving Bubba Podcast
How To Live In Sync With Your Cycle

Glowing Mumma Thriving Bubba Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 44:44


Ever wondered why you feel, behave, look or perform differently throughout your cycle? Yep, the individual fluctuations of your humble hormones have a massive influence. Instead of dreading, pushing through or masking these changes that occur for you, what would happen if you embraced them? Cyclical living does just that. Allowing you to support your body and mind throughout the natural ebbs and flows of your menstrual cycle, cyclical living can even be tapped into in times of your life when you have an absent or irregular period. It's all about honouring, nurturing and nourishing  your body, so you can ultimately feel your best, for you & for your loved ones. To delve into this topic, I introduce you to Mum, yogi & Integrative health practitioner, Oliva de Fluitter. In This Episode We Cover: Cyclical living and how it can benefit you. If cyclical living is suitable for you.  How to move your body to support your health throughout the different phases of your cycle or seasons of your life, including pregnancy, breastfeeding & amenorrhea. Important foods that can nourish you according to cyclical living. When & why you have been given permission to stop & rest, so you can show up as the best version of you. How understanding your cyclical rhythm can benefit your parenting and work life. Plus more! Shownotes & Further Resources: PODCAST SHOWNOTES: https://www.glowingmumma.com/blog/episode74  GLUTATHIONE ANTI-AGEING SPRAY: https://primaskin.com.au/discount/KASEY (gives you an additional 10% off) GLOWING MUMMA INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/glowingmumma.thrivingbubba/

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW
TTR Network - 10/03/22 - The Dr. Pat Show - PTSDreams

Alternative Talk- 1150AM KKNW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 52:55


The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: PTSDreams: Transform Your Nightmares from Trauma through Healing Dreamwork with Linda Schiller. Linda Yael Schiller, MSW, LICSW is an international speaker, dreamwork specialist, integrative mind/mind/spiritual psychotherapist, and author of Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding Your Soul's Wisdom (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2019), and Integrative and Comprehensive Trauma Treatment (Western Schools, 2010). The author of numerous additional articles, book chapters, and audio programs on dreamwork, trauma treatment and relational group work, Linda is professor emeritus of Boston University School of Social Work. She has received awards for her original theory of relational group work and recognition worldwide for her teaching excellence. Linda regularly teaches dreamwork live and on-line to a variety of professional disciplines including therapists, coaches, clergy, and health care providers as well as at team building, corporate events and retreats on her “Integrated Embodied Dreamwork” approach, her unique “Dreamwork Through the Lens of Kabbalah,” and her innovative nightmare protocol based on best practices in trauma treatment and Jungian active imagination called “The GAIA* Method (Guided Active Imagination Approach).” Website: http://www.lindayaelschiller.com/

Align Yourself to Success with Christi Kendall
Listen To This To Tune In & Reconnect With Your Body

Align Yourself to Success with Christi Kendall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 22:24


Sonia Guzman, the Integrative and Somatic Coach, of Happy Heart Lovin' Live INC., shares with us the benefits of Somatic Healing so you can tune in and reconnect with your body. You can find Sonia at www.happyheartlovinlife.com.

Embrace Your Bravery
Living a Happy + Healthy Life by following your own path with Founder and Dr. Sanober Pezad Doctor

Embrace Your Bravery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 23:01


Loved this conversation with Dr. Sanober, popularly known as Mrs. Dr. Doctor. She is an Integrative and Holistic Dermatologist and Founder of Baby SkinWise™- an online resource that educates & empowers mothers, fathers, grandparents, teachers & all child caretakers to understand their child's skin needs & problems and cater to them...to ultimately become confident with their babies' SkinWise! Listen to her inspiring story! My mission is to inspire women to live a life they LOVE by embracing their bravery and following their dreams. This Podcast will share the stories of women who dream and aspire to live fully as their favorite versions of themselves. Dreaming big + living out their purpose + passions along the journey of life. Join the Embrace Community on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/embrace_your_bravery/ On Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/embraceyourbravery If you love this Podcast, please leave us a 5 Star Review and share with your friends! ;-) Find Dr. Sanober: www.sanoberpezaddoctor.com Twitter- Sanober Pezad Doctor, MD (@sanoberdoctor) / Twitter Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/sanoberdoctor/ Linkedin- https://www.linkedin.com/in/sanober-daruwalla-doctor-drdoctor-md/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robyn-taylor95/support

Deep Conversations OKC Podcast
A Conscious Conversation With Dr. Ron Alexander

Deep Conversations OKC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 51:22


To learn more about Dr. Ron and his work, visithttps://ronaldalexander.comTo learn more about Dr. Ron's recently released book, Core Creativity: The Mindful Way To Unlock Your Creative Self, visithttps://ronaldalexander.com/core-creativityRonald A. Alexander, PhD, MFT, SEP (Somatic Experiencing Practitioner) is a Creativity and Communication Consultant, and an Executive and Leadership Coach, with a private psychotherapy practice working with individuals, couples, families, and groups in Santa Monica, California. He is the Executive Director of the OpenMind® Training Institute, a leading-edge organization that offers personal and professional training programs in core creativity, mind-body therapies, transformational leadership, and mindfulness meditation. For more than forty-four years, Alexander has been a trainer of healthcare professionals in North America, as well as in Europe, Russia, Japan, China, and Australia. As a Mindfulness and Zen Buddhist practitioner, he specializes in utilizing mindfulness meditation in his professional and corporate work to help people transform their lives by accessing the mind states that open the portal to their core creativity.Alexander is a leading pioneer in the fields of Mindfulness Based Mind-Body Therapies, Gestalt Therapy, Somatic Experiencing, Ericksonian Mind-Body Therapies, Holistic Psychology, and Integrative and Behavioral Medicine. He is a long-time extension faculty member of the UCLA Departments of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Entertainment, a lecturer in the David Geffen School of Medicine, and an adjunct faculty member at Pacifica Graduate Institute and Pepperdine Universities. Alexander received his SEP Certificate from the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute in Boulder Colorado. He consulted with and received treatment from Milton H Erickson MD. He personally trained with Ernest Rossi and Steven Gilligan in Ericksonian Hypnotherapy as well as with Daniel P. Brown of the Harvard Medical Cambridge Hospital professional training's seminars in hypnosis and hypno-analysis. He trained with and was certified by the Los Angeles Gestalt Therapy Institute and with Erving and Miriam Polster PhD of the Gestalt Training Center of La Jolla. He also received training and supervision in Contemporary Gestalt and Family Therapies, Psychoanalytic Self-Psychology, Relational and Object Relations Therapies.Dr. Ronald Alexander, PhD is a leading Creativity and Communication Coach, International Clinical Trainer, Executive and Leadership Coach, with a private practice in Santa Monica, California. He is the originator of the OpenMind Training® Institute, a leading edge organization that offers personal and professional training programs in mindfulness based mind-body therapies, transformational leadership, and meditation. His unique method combines ancient wisdom teachings with Leadership Coaching and Core Creativity into a comprehensive integrated, behaviorally effective mind-body program. This system combines techniques that support strategies of personal, clinical, and corporate excellence and growth.Alexander's extensive training includes core creativity, conflict management, Gestalt therapy, leadership and organizational development, and vision and strategic planning. He pioneered the early values and vision-based models for current day leadership and professional coaching. He specializes in Mind-Body therapies and has been studying and teaching Mindfulness Meditation, Creative Visualization and Transpersonal Psychology since 1970. Alexander studied with and was influenced by noted leaders in these fields such as Ken Blanchard, Werner Erhard, Warren Bennis, Umberto Materana and Francesco Variela, and was one of the grandfathers of coaching along with Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield.

The Integrative Palliative Podcast
When your loved one has a serious illness: Dr. Chiaramonte interviewed by Dr. Olabintan

The Integrative Palliative Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 28:12


This week I'm sharing an interview that I did on Dr. Tolulope Olabintan's show. We chatted about how to approach the hard stuff - when a loved one has a serious illness. Our conversation ranged from how to hav enough conversations to the biggest mistakes that loved ones make to how to find happiness even when facing a serious illness.Come listen!Dr. Chiaramontewww.integrativepalliative.comAre you a physician who wants to improve your skills in helping patients with serious illness? My Integrative Symptom Management course starts October 20th. The price goes up on on October 1st so if you're interested sign up today.  Registration closes on October 9th. https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/symptom-management-training 

Relate with Elevate
22. Integrative and Functional Women's Health with Karin Ashley, NP

Relate with Elevate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 60:16


Karin Ashley, NP is on the podcast today talking to us about her integrative and functional women's health coaching practice. She is based out of Nebraska and offers all her services remotely. We resonate with her philosophy of finding root cause by working with each person individually and holistically. Check her out on Instagram @karinashleynp or her website karinashleynp.com.

Health Coach Success
165: Grow Your Wellness Business with Sarah Hagstrom

Health Coach Success

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 51:04


Do you have a message you want to share with the world?   You know you want to help people but how?   Are you overwhelmed with figuring out the business side of getting your message out there for those who need to hear it?   On today's show, we talk with Sarah Hagstrom.   Sarah is a Certified Health Coach and Online Business Coach with a passion for helping other wellness professionals take their business and confidence to the next level and change the lives of those they wish to serve.   Sarah understands the importance of having a passionate message to share with the world but needing guidance on how to do that.   Her 4-part framework is an easy and effective method to guide coaches in business and personal development as well as provide them with a source of community-based support and connection.   To learn more about seeking guidance to connect with your ideal clientele and grow your wellness business join us on today's Integrative #HealthCoachSuccess podcast 165 – Enjoy the show!   - - -   Listen or Watch At:  IHP.Coach/165   - - - Dr. Cabral's Book, The Rain Barrel Effect: https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Become an Integrative Health Practitioner: https://integrativehealthpractitioner.org

Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte
146. How to Reduce Menopause Symptoms Naturally with Esther Blum, MS, RD, CDN, CNS

Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 54:07


Integrative dietician and menopause expert Esther Blum, MS, RD, CDN, CNS joins us today to talk about her approach to treating women during menopause. Blum shares how to reduce perimenopause and menopause symptoms naturally. She discusses treatment options, lifestyle recommendations, and ways to advocate for yourself through the process. Blum's new book, See Ya Later, Ovulator synthesizes her expertise and recommendations into a concise and approachable format. If you struggle with menopause weight gain, hot flashes, night sweats, or mood swings, you'll find solutions in this book.Highlights From This EpisodeBreaking up with coffee and its effects on your cycle.Antidepressants and birth control: Not the answer for menopause.Gut changes in peri-menopause and menopause. The gut-brain connection: an overview.Reducing baseline stress and exercising your parasympathetic nervous system. Stress and its effect on your health. Esther Blum's meditation and how to replicate it.Final takeaways.Subscribe & ReviewSubscribing and leaving a rating and review are important factors in helping the Reshape Your Health Podcast and the YouTube Channel reach more people. If you haven't already subscribed, please do that today.We would also be grateful if you left a rating and review, too. In your listening app, scroll to the “Ratings and Reviews” section, then click “Write a Review” and let us know what you enjoy about our show. We appreciate you taking the time to show your support. Thank you!Resources From This Episode>> Join Zivli>> Book a Free Zivli Discovery Call>> Freebie: Weight Loss Mindset Audio Training>> Freebie: The Ultimate Food Guide>> Esther Blum's Website>> See Ya Later, Ovulator

Happy Talents Podcast
64 - Integrative dentistry: learning to treat the whole patient - In Conversation with Dr. Sophannary Kong

Happy Talents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 35:24


Traditionally, the field of dentistry has been isolated from the medical field. The mouth has traditionally been viewed as an organ completely separate from the rest of the body, despite the growing body of evidence linking periodontal conditions with other systemic health problems. Dr. Sophannary Kong believes it's time for the wider dental community to transition into treating the whole patient with integrative dentistry. Our team at Zircon Medical recently hosted Dr. Sophannary Kong, also known as Dr. Nary, on our podcast series to discuss the value of integrative dentistry and laser dentistry. Support the show

2 Woke Sisters
Why Are We Afraid of Being Seen?

2 Woke Sisters

Play Episode Play 39 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 45:39


On this solo episode with Manda, she talks about something that affects most women – the fear of being, of being heard, of using our voice, and taking up space.Topics covered:Why we want to be seenThe core intergenerational wound that causes our fear being seenHow this fear shows up in daily lifeHow we can begin to heal this wound for ourselves and future generations of womenReady to be seen and supported in a community of powerful, authentic women? Join us at The Liberated Woman Retreat on Saturday, October 15th in Pensacola, FL.YOU WILL RECEIVE:- Confidence around your self-expression and the proper boundaries in place to embody it- A renewed vibrancy & radiance for life- Integrative tools and practices to live more authentically- A supportive network of women to stay connected withBONUSES:- Whatsapp connection with the other attendees before & after the event- One FREE month inside Sisters That Stray CollectiveSpace is filling up FAST, so book soon if you plan to join us! **If you leave us a written review on iTunes, take a screenshot and email it to us at hello@sistersthatstray.com – and we'll give you 1 FREE MONTH inside Sisters That Stray Collective.  This is our online community where we focus on a topic related to feminine power and practice breathwork & embodiment in a live workshop every month. Support the show

Edible Activist Podcast
#133: Nutrition, Growing Food & Healing

Edible Activist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 48:13


Rey Vanderpool is a registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Insight Nutrition where they use an Integrative and Functional Nutrition (IFN) approach to nutrition counseling and therapy. In this episode, Rey kicks off the show sharing their health story that led to a field of study in nutrition. We also talk about ancestral foods, healing through farming, and Rey drops a few edible acts for our listeners. Subscribe and tune in! To watch the live episode, subscribe to Food Talks N Color on YouTube! Like, comment and share:)

Mother Honestly Podcast
You Can Begin Again: Life After Divorce with Adonica Shaw of Wingwomen

Mother Honestly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:45


In the second episode of Season 8 of The Mother Honestly Podcast, Take The Day Off, Powered by Splendid Spoon, Host Blessing Adesiyan is joined by Adonica Shaw who is an Integrative health coach, doula, midwife's apprentice, and patient advocate. As the founder and CEO of Wingwomen, she's a powerful voice for women who are navigating their reproductive health. She built the international peer support platform after experiencing a catastrophic health event. The experience was the catalyst to creating the network which also provides access to health coaching to women with Endometriosis and PCOS. Named as one of the top 136 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts by Wonder Women Tech, Adonica believes women, in particular, need a unique support system to break through the glass ceilings in their lives. She's committed to providing access to valuable health and wellness information to women and empowering them to be active agents in their wellness. In this very inspiring episode, Blessing and Adonica discuss in interesting details the powerful work she is doing at Wingwomen; helping women who battle with reproductive health issues like PCOS and endometriosis to find the help they need and most importantly find a community where they are believed, feel seen and are heard. They also discuss how Adonica navigates co parenting and re introducing herself to her children after a divorce. They also talk about the steps Adonica takes in her personal life to take the day off from the many roles she takes on as mother, coparent, founder and CEO.  This podcast is in partnership with Splendid Spoon. Visit www.splendidspoon.com and join us as we #DropTheGuilt #TakeTheDayOff  To become a Mother Honestly Member for only $97/yr, visit www.motherhonestly.com/membership and if you are a Company seeking support for your employees and their families, visit www.motherhonestly.com/atwork to provide real solutions at home and at work. Our upcoming Start To Flourish Summit is on November 4th. Visit www.flourish.motherhonestly.com to reserve your seat and learn more about how to get involved.  

The Wellness Restoration Project
Integrative Fertility: a Masterclass with Dr Carolin Sueldo & Dr Rashmi Schramm

The Wellness Restoration Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 75:02


In today's episode, I'm joining Fertility Expert Dr Carolina Sueldo and Meditation Expert Dr Rashmi Schramm in a Masterclass focusing on the benefits of Herbs & Meditation in the Fertility Journey.  We talk background, herbs and Dr Schramm leaves us with a beautiful meditation. These Integrative Practices can make a huge difference in a highly stressful and tender time of life and its is such an honor to get to share them with you.We are offering an month long immersive Integrative Fertility Program starting October 1Get registered at Optimize FertilityHave questions? You can find all of us on Instagram at@shelleyswapp@dr.rashmischramm@drcarolinasueldoOr you can email Rashmi@Optimalwellnessmd.org for more information 

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
Integrative Oncology: Changing The Cancer Paradigm - Jonathan Stegall, MD

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 111:30


Integrative Oncology: Changing The Cancer Paradigm - Jonathan Stegall, MD Dr Jonathan Stegall MD • http://www.cancersecrets.com • Book – Cancer Secrets  #JonathanStegall#Cancer #IntegrativeOncology Dr Jonathan Stegall MD is a medical Integrative Oncology doctor and a bestselling author of Cancer Secrets and host of an award-winning podcast, The Cancer Secrets Podcast. His book Cancer Secrets is a much-needed resource for cancer patients and their families, with vital information on evidenced-based treatments from both modern medicine and alternative medicine This book is about Cancer being the second leading cause of death in the United States, and will soon overtake heart disease as the #1 killer. This year alone in the United States, there will be 1.7 million new cancer cases, and over 600,000 cancer deaths. The lifetime risk of developing cancer is now 1 in 3 people, and is quickly approaching 1 in 2. Despite billions of dollars devoted to cancer research, we are no closer to a cure. Sadly, we are losing the war on cancer. Patients diagnosed with cancer, as well as their family and friends, are left with a difficult decision: do I follow the standard of care, consisting of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery, or do I seek alternative treatments on my own? Do I listen to my doctor, or do I follow advice from the internet? Who do I listen to? Who can I trust? Until now, cancer patients and their families did not have a reliable resource for optimally treating cancer. In this breakthrough book, Cancer Secrets, you will learn critical information about what cancer is (and is not) and how to best treat it using the best that both modern medicine and alternative medicine have to offer.  Integrative oncologist, Jonathan Stegall, MD, provides a long-awaited and much-needed remedy for our cancer problem. Dr. Stegall has a successful integrative oncology practice in Atlanta, GA, and has seen first hand what works and what doesn't when it comes to cancer treatment. This book is a "must have" if you or a loved one is fighting cancer! Dr. Stegall believes that there are many potentially valuable therapies which are not (yet) part of the conventional standard of care. All of these therapies have a scientific study suggesting their mechanism of action and potential therapeutic benefit. These therapies include, but are not limited to, local hyperthermia, sono-photodynamic therapy, lymphatic drainage therapy, nutrition, supplementation, and stress reduction therapy. These therapies, which are all considered natural approaches, make sense to incorporate as well.He earned his bachelor's degree at Clemson University and master's degree in physiology from Georgetown University. He earned his medical degree at the University of South Carolina. After medical school he did his internal medicine residency through the Yale University School of Medicine, with clinical training at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Conn., as well a Yale New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Conn. Then completed his fellowship in Integrative Oncology through the Metabolic Medical Institute, affiliated with the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. He holds membership in several organizations, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO), and the International Organization of Integrative Cancer Physicians (IOICP).The Center for Advanced Medicine is transforming how cancer is treated. I am very proud of the transformative work we do, and the powerful difference we make in the lives of our patients. I run my practice in a way that is consistent with my Christian faith, based on love. My team and I love what we do, and we love the patients we treat.He is married and has two sons and a daughter. To Contact Dr Jonathan Stegall, M.D. go to   cancersecrets.com CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com  • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth    • Check out our Podcasts  Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search:  The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble:  https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal DailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealth BitChute:  https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ 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. 

Don't Ignore the Nudge
Storytime- "It Just 'Happened'...."

Don't Ignore the Nudge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 10:13


Are there such things as coincidences or happenstances?  I think not.  In today's Storytime, I share numerous moments in my last couple of days where I could tell the Lord had an agenda.  Listen in and see if you have the same kinds of moments in your day!Reach Out To Me:Website: www.dontignorethenudge.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/dontignorethenudgeIG: @dontignorethenudgepodcastPrivate FB group to WATCH interviews: www.dontignorethenudge.com/facebook__________________________________________________________________________________________Business/Personal Coaching with Cori:www.corifreeman.com(951) 923-2674

My Heartsongs
My Heartsongs Podcast 186 Worth Cultivating Part Seven Integrated Presence

My Heartsongs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 6:57


Mindfulness emphasizes observing what is unfolding, which is clearly useful. Bodily sensations, emotional currents, mental cascades, spiritual flights are ever-present. How to harmonize the immersive flow of those dimensions is the realm of Integrative presence, which involves a supersensitivity to the present moment.

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
Healing Times Radio with Dr Emmett Miller

Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 59:07


New Paradigm Thinking – Part 2 Why?” I asked myself as a high school student are we, a brilliant race of beings, screwing up so badly? It has taken a lifetime of research and practice to find an answer and a remedy. And, remarkably, the way to heal our personal illnesses and dysfunctions works at the collective level and is the most effective way I have found to transform the whole system  In this presentation, we will review  The story of Love as the essence of Life and Healing  The role of the Dark Force at the core of our illness and dysfunction  The New Paradigm that goes beyond the Analytic/Either-Or thinking to include Integrative, Both-And thinking  Then we will examine the way modern technology has found a way to enslave our unconscious minds with mass hypnosis to create Learned Helplessness, Polarity, and addictive dependency.  “My 50 years of experience as a physician studying the holistic approach to medicine and healing, have convinced me that our medical system is not focused on healing our bodies, minds, emotions, and behaviors. Instead, its primary focus is to charge the highest possible prices for delivering symptomatic relief. (Note: I am speaking of the system, not the doctors). Its goal is to treat the symptoms of our illnesses, not the source of our illnesses.”  ― Emmett Miller, MD  Find Dr. Miller here: www.drmiller.com

The Integrative Palliative Podcast
The 4 key steps to excellent integrative symptom management

The Integrative Palliative Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 11:22


Excellence in integrative symptom management is worth pursuing - for your patients and for yourself. It is a style of practice that is impactful and deeply meaningful.The 4 kept components are:1) The mind-body-meaning-relationship approach2) Seeking the symptom's underlying cause 3) Creating a bigger toolbox4) Committing to keeping your own "cup" full.If you'd like to learn more click here: www.integrativepalliative.com/training.On Saturday 9/24/22 at 12:30 EDT I'm giving a webinar on this topic. It's free and you'll learn!  Sign up here: https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147616153 I'm in your corner,Dr ChiaramonteWhen your patient is crying do you know just what to do? Can you confidently help patients manage anxiety or pain without controlled medications? Come learn with Dr. Chiaramonte and improve your integrative symptom management skills!- evidence supported patient care skills- self care for you- patient resources for your office- group case-based discussionswww.integrativepalliative.com/training On Saturday, September 24th at 12:30 EDT I am offering a free webinar on Integrative Symptom Management. Sign up at https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147616153

Lost or Found
Episode 77: The Well-being of Our Children with Dr. Garry Crummer, MD

Lost or Found

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 62:05


Children today are faced with an increasingly complex world. What does a child need to thrive? Most people know that children need shelter, food, and love to be happy and healthy, but there's more to consider. Overall child well-being can be affected by the child's own personality and those around them like their family and community. While providing a uniform definition of child well-being is difficult, it's generally understood that a child's well-being is a measure of the quality of their life, including how well they are and how well their life is going. This broad definition can easily encompass the different ways of assessing child well-being, such as health, education, family or social life, or safety and security concerns. A child's well-being is important, as it allows us to understand how children are coping in their world.  It is with their well-being that we begin to learn about resilience. Join us in today's conversation as we talk about our children!  Their well-being matters, because it's the building of a better foundation for the stronger sense of self.  And what can't you do, if you have all of you?  Dr. Garry Crummer, MD, is a board certified doctor in Pediatrics and Integrative and Holistic Medicine, in Santa Cruz, CA.  

Joy Lab Podcast
Learning to Love Well: Listen Deeply

Joy Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:03


We're talking about our fourth lesson of loving well in this episode: Learning to Listen Deeply. Listening well is a skill and a superpower that makes us better colleagues, friends, and parents. It's also a skill that goes both ways; as you practice listening well, you'll also gain the skill of listening to yourself. As you listen, you'll start to tap into what you really want, need, and connecting with more meaning and purpose in your life. Tune in to learn more about this skill and how you can quickly apply into your own life. Key Takeaways: Listening well is a superpower and a skill that you can get better at. As you listen more to others, you'll listen more to yourself. When we listen well, there is no responsibility to "fix" the situation.  We often hide the truth from ourselves. Those who listen well to us can help us uncover these truths. As we listen well to ourselves, we can also uncover these truths. Sarah Dessen quote:  “This is the problem with dealing with someone who is actually a good listener. They don't jump in on your sentences, saving you from actually finishing them, or talk over you, allowing what you do manage to get out to be lost or altered in transit. Instead, they wait, so you have to keep going.” Kevin Kelly's "Rule of 3" in conversation:  “To get to the real reason, ask a person to go deeper than what they just said. Then again, and once more. The third time's answer is close to the truth…keep asking them Is there more? Until there is no more.” Paulo Coelho quote:  “All wisdom was the result of listening to one's own soul.” Dr. Carl Menniger quote: "Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force. The friends who listen to us are the ones we move toward. When we are listened to, it creates us, makes us unfold and expand.” Links Mentioned: Joy Lab Program Joy Lab Podcast episode #6 (5 Lessons of Loving Well) Joy Lab Podcast episode #21 (Love Yourself First)  Joy Lab Podcast episode #22 (See the Innocence in Others) Joy Lab Podcast episode #23 (Be Permeable) Kevin Kelly's website Chemistry of Joy by Henry Emmons, MD Parker Palmer's Center for Courage and Renewal Sarah Dessen's website.  Paulo Coelho's website. About Dr. Karl Menninger (Kansas Historical Society) Full transcript available at: https://www.naturalmentalhealth.com/blog/learning-to-love-well-listen-deeply-pod-24

From Now To Next
Episode 30: The Doctor is IN! With Dr. Joanne Wu

From Now To Next

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:53


Dr. Joanne Wu is a Strategic Board Advisor, an Entrepreneur & Educator, an Integrative & Functional Physician, an organizational well-being leader, and a Yoga & Health Coach.After 12 years in "normal" medicine, and on the brink of burnout, Joanne expanded her education to get an MBA to dive into strategy - to further her business and help others stay healthy and present.We talk "peeling the onion layers", yoga, looking for something to proove, and the power of your trusted circle.  You don't want to miss this powerful session with one of the best!Contact Joanne Here! Check out my website!Find me on Instagram!Find me on Facebook! 

From Now To Next
Episode 30: The Doctor is IN! With Dr. Joanne Wu

From Now To Next

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:53


Dr. Joanne Wu is a Strategic Board Advisor, an Entrepreneur & Educator, an Integrative & Functional Physician, an organizational well-being leader, and a Yoga & Health Coach.After 12 years in "normal" medicine, and on the brink of burnout, Joanne expanded her education to get an MBA to dive into strategy - to further her business and help others stay healthy and present.We talk "peeling the onion layers", yoga, looking for something to proove, and the power of your trusted circle.  You don't want to miss this powerful session with one of the best!Contact Joanne Here! Check out my website!Find me on Instagram!Find me on Facebook! 

Circle For Original Thinking
Integrating Healing Traditions with Lewis Mehl-Madrona and David Kopacz

Circle For Original Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:31


Native Americans in professional healing professions may creatively incorporate Native ways in their work, but the path is not easy.  The same is true for those coming from a Western background that realize there is something lacking in modern medicine and are attracted to Native ways of healing. Western and Native approaches to healing may seem incompatible—linear-mechanical, biological or genetic causes versus interdependent, community and natural world imbalances—but there is a way to integrate them, to see and walk in two worlds. Not easily and not without pushback perhaps, but there is a way. Our two guests, one Native, one non-Native, have both been powerfully influenced and transformed by Indigenous wisdom and also other ways of knowing and have done the work to integrate and implement a more holistic vision of medicine. Join us as we explore how to integrate healing traditions on the next Circle for Original Thinking podcast. Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD, graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine where he trained in family medicine, psychiatry, and clinical psychology. He has been on the faculties of several medical schools, most recently as associate professor of family medicine at the University of New England. He continues to work with aboriginal communities to develop uniquely aboriginal styles of healing and health care for use in those communities. He is the author of Coyote  Medicine, Coyote Healing, and Coyote Wisdom, a trilogy of books on  what Native culture has to offer the modern world. He has also  written Narrative Medicine, Healing the Mind through the Power of Story among others, and his most recent book is with Barbara Mainguy, Remapping Your Mind: the Neuroscience of Self-Transformation through Story. Lewis currently works with Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness, which serves the five tribes of Maine. You can find his near weekly blog on futurehealth.org https://www.mehl-madrona.com/http://www.coyoteinstitute.info/Newsletter: Etuaptmumk: The Journal of Two-Eyed SeeingRSS for Lewis's podcast Howling Coyote: https://anchor.fm/s/68c15710/podcast/rss David Kopacz, MD of Polish, Welsh, and Northern European descent,  works as a psychiatrist in Primary Care Mental Health Integration at Puget Sound Veterans Affairs (VA) in Seattle. He is a National Education Champion with the VA Office of Patient Centered Care & Cultural Transformation. David is an Assistant Professor at University of Washington and is certified through the American Boards of: Psychiatry & Neurology; Integrative & Holistic Medicine; and Integrative Medicine. He did his training through University of Illinois and has worked in Illinois, Nebraska, Washington state, and New Zealand. David is the author of Re-humanizing Medicine: A Holistic Framework for Transforming Your Self, Your Practice and the Culture of Medicine, and with co-author Joseph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow), Walking the Medicine Wheel: Healing Trauma & PTSD; Becoming Medicine: Pathways of Initiation into a Living Spirituality; and Becoming Who You Are: Beautiful Painted Arrow's Life & Lessons. https://www.davidkopacz.com/https://beingfullyhuman.com/Blog: Becoming Medicine by David Kopacz

Gums & Gossip
Holistic Health Hygiene Part 1

Gums & Gossip

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 37:31


Integrative practitioner "Dr Dawn" helps improve health and gums by discovering what can not be seen. Her goal is to give information and resources to improve and sustain your health and well being. Join your "Gum Goddess Podcaster", Hope, as she talks to Dr Dawn Ewing about mercury, toxic dental materials, lead, hidden infections and more! She is the executive director of IABDM ( International Academy of Biological Dentistry & Medicine) as well as author of "Let The Tooth Be Known...Are Your Teeth Making You Sick." Listen to her passion and guidance of combining 21st century diagnostics, quantum medicine, and the traditional wisdom of natural healing and holistic health services and ways to help discover alternative treatments available. Join Hope online Gums & Gossip | Facebook and Gums & Gossip (@gumsngossip) Patronage appreciated The Gums & Gossip Podcast is creating Dental Podcasts | Patreon ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more info, membership and Certification - International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine (iabdm.org) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gumsandgossip/message

Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast
Psychologist on EMDR, Past Lives, Anxiety & Meditation; Candra Savage

Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 88:25


Candra Savage: is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker / Therapist, in-person in New Jersey and Online. She has a Masters degree from Rutgers University. She practices Holistic and Integrative psychotherapy & psychoanalysis, EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and mind/body work like meditation. She works with issues including Trauma and Addictions. She has been in clinical practice for four years, and is now in New Jersey. Yet she is Southern Alabama born, and was a professional opera singer. You can find her at https://www.indigotherapeutic.com/ You can find her profile at Psychologytoday.com  https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/candra-savage-morganville-nj/795719 00:00 Introduction to the Past Life Awakening Institute Podcast 00:13 Candra Savage, Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Therapist 02:09 EMDR - Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing  04:43 EMDR & Hypnotherapy & The Subconscious Mind 08:13 Trauma & Regression - Recalling vs Reliving Causative Events 12:46 Ongoing trauma. Big T & little T trauma. 15:52 Trauma that doesn't 'make sense'. 21:09 First World problems vs Third World realities. 27:20 Meditation & Witnessing / Observing in therapy. 30:34 Self-Actualization as a modern priority. 32:40 Judgementalness as a source of pain. 35:38 Shame, internal & external. Anger & vitriol. Complexity. 40:55 Conventional vs Holistic psychology. 42:36 Psychologists view on Past Life Regression. 48:38 A psychologist's own past lives sessions with Mark. 55:31 Therapeutic resolutions. 1:02:14 Progression and spiritual evolution. 1:04:00 Being an Opera Singer to being a healer.      1:09:04 Anxiety, Depression and Addictions.      1:14:36 Anxiety; insights to get a break from excessive feelings. 1:23:46 Outcomes from therapy         1:25:36 Contact Candra Savage for sessions      Go to the Past Life Awakening Institute to apply for; 1) Certified Therapist online training with case studies and mentoring;  http://bit.ly/CertThrpst​ 2) Past Life or Spirit Releasement Therapy Online Sessions; http://bit.ly/PLRT_SRT_Sessions​ Mark Beale, Trainer & Mentor Past Life Awakening Institute https://www.pastlifeawakeninginstitute.com/

Breathwork Bestie
Discover Self Worth with Samantha Skelly

Breathwork Bestie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:49


If you are new to this podcast or breathwork, you may find it helpful to listen to episode 1 first.This is an Integrative (short) session and can be done sitting up or lying down. Please consult your doctor before trying breathwork if you have any known health issues or are pregnant. Please do not do breathwork while operating a vehicle or other heavy machinery.Samantha Skelly is an Entrepreneur, International Speaker, Best-Selling Author, and Wellness Coach. She is known for founding PAUSE breathwork, the revolutionary coaching certification program, and Hungry for Happiness (which is also the name of her book!).

Winning at Fibromyalgia
Episode 38: From my guest appearance on Dr. Chiaramonte's Integrative Palliative podcast

Winning at Fibromyalgia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 38:01


Health and Medicine (Video)
Integrative Cancer Care: Bringing Innovative Approaches into the Clinic

Health and Medicine (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 84:14


Cancer has a major impact on our society with approximately 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. diagnosed during their lifetimes. This program discusses a more integrative approach to clinical cancer care, including acupuncture, meditation and yoga. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38196]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Integrative Cancer Care: Bringing Innovative Approaches into the Clinic

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 84:14


Cancer has a major impact on our society with approximately 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. diagnosed during their lifetimes. This program discusses a more integrative approach to clinical cancer care, including acupuncture, meditation and yoga. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38196]

Winning the War on Cancer (Video)
Integrative Cancer Care: Bringing Innovative Approaches into the Clinic

Winning the War on Cancer (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 84:14


Cancer has a major impact on our society with approximately 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. diagnosed during their lifetimes. This program discusses a more integrative approach to clinical cancer care, including acupuncture, meditation and yoga. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38196]

Mini Medical School for the Public (Audio)
Integrative Cancer Care: Bringing Innovative Approaches into the Clinic

Mini Medical School for the Public (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 84:14


Cancer has a major impact on our society with approximately 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. diagnosed during their lifetimes. This program discusses a more integrative approach to clinical cancer care, including acupuncture, meditation and yoga. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38196]

Late Night Health Radio
Get Healthy In Just 8 Minutes A Day

Late Night Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 23:33


Dr. Joshua Berka is a double board certified and licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) as well as an Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP). He is passionate about Integrative, Preventative, Functional and Regenerative Medicine and is an advocate for personalized patient-centered care. Dr. Berka has been in clinical practice for 17 years and serves as a medical consultant supporting innovative medical technologies that non-invasively improve patient treatment outcomes as well as adjunctive therapeutics that can be used as a part of a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Berka has been a consultant within the med-tech space for the past 15 years and currently consults for BEMER Group USA. Here is the company info:BEMER is changing the way we think about our health, challenging our understanding of the human body, and empowering us to reach optimal physical condition in a non-invasive way. Blood flow plays a critical role in our general health. BEMER can stimulate healthy muscles in order to improve and facilitate muscle performance and temporarily improve local circulation in healthy muscles — in just 8 minutes twice a day. For more than 20 years, the benefits of BEMER have impacted millions of people around the world. BEMER is an FDA Class II cleared consumer medical device that is non-invasive and easy to use. Dr. Joshua Berka visits with Mark Alyn.

Late Night Health
Get Healthy In Just 8 Minutes A Day

Late Night Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 23:33


Dr. Joshua Berka is a double board certified and licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) as well as an Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP). He is passionate about Integrative, Preventative, Functional and Regenerative Medicine and is an advocate for personalized patient-centered care. Dr. Berka has been in clinical practice for 17 years and serves as a medical consultant supporting innovative medical technologies that non-invasively improve patient treatment outcomes as well as adjunctive therapeutics that can be used as a part of a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Berka has been a consultant within the med-tech space for the past 15 years and currently consults for BEMER Group USA. Here is the company info:BEMER is changing the way we think about our health, challenging our understanding of the human body, and empowering us to reach optimal physical condition in a non-invasive way. Blood flow plays a critical role in our general health. BEMER can stimulate healthy muscles in order to improve and facilitate muscle performance and temporarily improve local circulation in healthy muscles — in just 8 minutes twice a day. For more than 20 years, the benefits of BEMER have impacted millions of people around the world. BEMER is an FDA Class II cleared consumer medical device that is non-invasive and easy to use. Dr. Joshua Berka visits with Mark Alyn.

The Bitch Fix: Health and Hormones for the Modern Woman
BF Ep 146 3 Measurements That Matter More Than Weight

The Bitch Fix: Health and Hormones for the Modern Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:22


It's easy to focus on weight because most of us have been primed for the weight loss conversation since we were elementary students. But if we're thinking about the HEALTH implications of body composition, there are three numbers that matter a hell of a lot more than the number on the scale. On this episode, what the numbers are, why they matter, and how to measure them at home.

The Integrative Palliative Podcast
"But I only have 15 minutes" - 10 ways to add integrative symptom management to your practice in the real world

The Integrative Palliative Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 16:50


You may think that you can't add an integrative approach to your practice because your patients visits are too short.  This is a myth. While it would be great to have hour long visits with each patient, the integrative approach can be snuck in to any patient care visit, no matter how short.This week you'll learn 10 tips for creating an integrative symptom management practice in the real world.You'll also want to check out the Integrative Symptom Management webinar for physicians that I'm offering on Saturday, September 24th at 12:30 EDT.  Sign up below.https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147616153I'm in your corner.Dr. CDelia Chiaramonte, MDwww.integrativepalliative.com/training When your patient is crying do you know just what to do? Can you confidently help patients manage anxiety or pain without controlled medications? Come learn with Dr. Chiaramonte and improve your integrative symptom management skills!- evidence supported patient care skills- self care for you- patient resources for your office- group case-based discussionswww.integrativepalliative.com/training On Saturday, September 24th at 12:30 EDT I am offering a free webinar on Integrative Symptom Management. Sign up at https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/pl/2147616153

One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde
Bone Fracture Reduction with John Neustadt, ND

One Thing with Dr. Adam Rinde

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 36:56


In this episode , I welcome back a personal friend, colleague, and repeat guest on the podcast ; Dr. John Neustadt. He was with before to speak about Osteoporosis and Sleep Health. Dr. Neustadt is back to share with us insight from his new book Fracture-Proof Your Bones: A Comprehensive Guide to Osteoporosis. I was excited to have him come back and discuss the in's and outs of Fall risk, Muscle heath, druge effects on bones, Vitamin K, therapeutic options, how to prevent fracture, nutrition, and more. (00:00) Opening (01:34) Intro (03:31) Osteoporosis Approaches (07:01) Risks of Falling (09:18) Diet for Bone Health (10:53) Drug induced bone loss (16:41) Vitamin K (23:34) Medications for Osteoporosis (26:56) Greater Context of Bone Health (29:20) Bone Growth Potential (31:11) Newly Diagnosed with Osteoporosis (32:26) Closing thoughts About John Neustadt, ND John Neustadt, ND was Founder and Medical Director of Montana Integrative Medicine and Founder and President of the dietary supplement Nutritional Biochemistry, Inc. (NBI) and NBI Pharmaceuticals. He's a Medical Expert for TAP Integrative, a nonprofit educating doctors about integrative medicine. He's published more than 100 research reviews and was recognized by Elsevier as a Top Ten Cited Author for his work. Dr. Neustadt's books include, A Revolution in Health through Nutritional Biochemistry and the textbook, Foundations and Applications of Medical Biochemistry in Clinical Practice. Dr. Neustadt is an editor of the textbook, Laboratory Evaluations for Integrative and Functional Medicine (2d Edition) and his new book Fracture-Proof Your Bones: A Comprehensive Guide to Osteoporosis.. He was the first naturopathic doctor ever voted Best Doctor among all physicians in his area. Dr. Neustadt received 15 Orphan Drug Designation by the US FDA for the use of natural products for the potential treatment of rare diseases. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/support

Women Want Strong Men
Sex And Optimizing Women's Hormones With Dr. Tara Scott

Women Want Strong Men

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 42:52


Women are just as much in need of hormone optimization as men. Today’s interview is with Dr. Tara Scott known as the “hormone guru” on tiktok. Dr. Scott has over 25 years of experience and 3 board certifications in OB/GYN, Functional medicine and Integrative medicine. While practicing as an OB/GYN Dr. Scott’s empathy for patients experiencing hormone related issues led her to become trained and certified by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Scott has helped thousands of patients struggling with hormone issues and is passionate about the advances in evidence-based hormone therapy. Dr. Scott has been speaking and educating for over 10 years and has taught doctors her approach in 5 continents. For her expertise, she has been featured in Women’s Health Magazine, TedX Talks, Shape, The List, Newsweek, and Parents magazine. Topics Covered: The role of testosterone in women Explain perimenopause so a man can understand the journey. Menopause: Hot Flashes, Brain Fog, Vaginal Dryness, Low Sex Drive – Do women have to experience all these in menopause or can you treat it? Are there ways to increase a woman’s sex drive? How do you address painful intercourse? Progesterone is one of the most underestimated hormones What are some of the contributing factors to increased infertility? Dr. Scott’s personal journey with curing her own endometriosis. What form of birth control should women use? Should birth control be used to treat acne and irregular cycles? PCOS Click here to find Dr. Tara Scott on TikTok and on YouTube Click here to learn more about Revitalize - Dr. Tara Scott Click here to learn more about Victory Men's Health For questions about today's podcast you can contact Amy Stuttle at podcast@amystuttle.com This podcast is not medical advice. Consult your doctor.

Fertility in Focus Podcast
The Power of Integrative Medicine with Dr. Gabriella Safdieh

Fertility in Focus Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 33:40


Is modern medicine missing the point? You may feel that way if you are hitting walls despite having access to advanced fertility treatment and an amazing doctor. Perhaps you have the inclination to see more doctors. What if it isn't the doctor, but rather the fact that the medical approach isn't taking into account all the little things that can make a difference.Holistic medicine views the body and mind as a whole, interconnected system. The western scientific paradigm breaks the body down into parts and focuses on each part separately. Each has their advantages and drawbacks. You might be happy to hear that there is something in between. Integrative medicine also embodies a holistic perspective, seeing the patient as a whole person, instead of a set of symptoms.Dr. Gabriella Safdieh, Integrative MedicineMD, joins us today to share her wealth of expertise in women's health. We talk about why seeking the root cause underneath the symptoms is so important and why modern medicine hasn't caught up.If you're looking for a more holistic approach to your medical care, integrative medicine may be for you. Tune in today to discover the power of incorporating lifestyle factors into a treatment plan, and how integrative medicine can help your fertility journey. You'll Learn:What integrative medicine and how it's differentWhat to expect when you visit an integrative medicine practitionerThe types of testing integrative medicine offersThe importance of including lifestyle factors in treatmentHow integrative medicine can help with infertilityLinks:Dr. Gabriella Safdieh Website: www.nabellahealth.comInstagram: @gabysafdiehmd Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think others would love to hear it, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode or want to be a guest on the show? Leave a comment in the section below or visit the website to contact me!www.naturnalife.comSubscribing to The Podcast:If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon, or whatever your favorite podcast app is!

Joy Lab Podcast
Learning to Love Well: Be More Permeable

Joy Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 18:49


In this episode, Henry and Aimee talk about that third lesson of loving well: Be more permeable. What does that mean? Being more permeable means to soften our defenses a bit, to let emotions in, and to also let them out again. To be really alive, we have to be open and let all of life flow in and through us. Listen in to gather insight on how to do that and how you're completely equipped for it. Key Takeaways (see full transcript below): Organisms, like humans, cannot wall themselves off and still thrive... or even survive. Our emotional lives are the same. We cannot remain healthy while ignoring or stuffing emotions down.   When we're closed off, we may think we're keeping out just the bad "stuff." But, this shutting down and closing off blocks the good stuff too. Vulnerability and oversharing are different!  We can infuse life-giving qualities and intentions (the 12 elements of joy!) as we attend to the painful and the joyful. This state of intentional-attention are particularly good at helping us navigate tough times more smoothly and getting out of ruts more quickly. As Rilke stated: Let everything happen to you: beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final.  You are resilient and interconnected. During beautiful times and times of terror. Just keep going.     Links Mentioned: Joy Lab Program Joy Lab Podcast episode #6 (5 Lessons of Loving Well) Joy Lab Podcast episode #21 (Love Yourself First)  Joy Lab Podcast episode #22 (See the Innocence in Others) Intentional Systemic Mindfulness About Ranier Maria Rilke     Full Transcript: Learning to Love Well: Be Permeable Welcome to Joy Lab!: [00:00:00] Welcome to the joy lab podcast, where we help you uncover and foster your most joyful self. Your hosts, Dr. Henry Emmons and Dr. Aimee Prasek, bring you the ideal mix of soulful and scientifically sound tools to spark your joy, even when it feels dark. When you're ready to experiment with more joy, combine this podcast with the full Joy Lab program over at JoyLab.coach. Henry: Hello, I'm Henry Emmons Aimee: I'm Aimee Prasek. So welcome to joy lab, where we infuse science with soul to help you uncover joy. To do that, we focus on our elements of joy. Those are the positive inner states and emotions that become the building blocks for a joyful life. In this episode, we're talking about that third lesson of loving well, which we're now calling "be more permeable." So in episode number six, we introduced these [00:01:00] five lessons quickly and used the word vulnerable. Vulnerability is really essentially when we open ourselves up to risk, uncertainty, emotional exposure. And in this episode, we actually really like the somewhat similar concept of permeability. To me, it just sort of feels more empowering and dynamic, maybe simply because vulnerability is a bit of a buzzword. I'm not trying to dismiss it. So Henry, maybe you can dig into that more. Can you describe permeability for us and how it might show up in our lives? Henry: Sure. So, you know, you don't often hear people described as permeable, but I like it because it reminds me that we are part of the natural world. In nature, you don't see healthy organisms wall themselves off from their surroundings. At least not for very long. There [00:02:00] is this constant interplay with everything around it, a give and take that is what really makes life possible. And I think our emotional lives are not that different. We are not designed to be impenetrable fortresses, you know, to shut ourselves down so that we just can't get hurt. Now we do that, we all do that from time to time. We do it unconsciously. You know, if we feel scared or hurt or betrayed, it is just a completely natural reaction. And I think it's okay to shut down when you need to, but just not for too long. If we stay closed off, if we try to make ourselves strong or try to protect ourselves, it ends up just hurting us more. Because, when you're [00:03:00] closed off, you just can't let in all the good stuff that's coming your way either. So, I think being permeable means to soften up our defenses a little bit, to let emotions in, and also importantly, to let them out again. So to be really alive, we have to be open and let all of life flow in and through us. Aimee: Yeah, I really love thinking about permeability because of that flow that you're describing, Henry. You know, Letting it in and letting it out. It also makes me think of a bit of an obstacle that can snag us here and that obstacle is oversharing. I think this is super helpful for those of us who have maybe a high threshold for sharing information uh, about ourselves. Or would that be a low threshold? You know what I mean? We're open to sharing it. Just thinking about that... but I'm totally [00:04:00] in that camp. Um, you know, if you ask me about something personal, I'll give you the answer generally, without any hesitation, I will give you the information, even if you don't ask, probably. And at times I think that can really feel like vulnerability. And it's why we can lean into oversharing sometimes because we're thinking that, "Hey, I'm practicing vulnerability!" I think Dr. Brene Brown actually gets into this noting that just dumping information on folks is not the same as vulnerability. And that's because we can actually be completely emotionally impenetrable, walling ourselves off, like you said, Henry, while also oversharing. Which kind of seems wild, um, example: I might TMI you all day long and at the same time, have a terrible time letting you know that I can't handle something, and need some help. Or, I'll tell you all sorts of stories about past losses or struggles, but I'm [00:05:00] not going to let you know that I'm sad now and could use some support. So, I think that's where this concept of, permeability helps. Or at least for me, it suggests sort of this more even ground. Maybe I just get caught up in the words here. But for me, with vulnerability, it feels like I'm only opening up to the idea that someone is going to hurt me. You know, that revealing my true self, my fears, my dreams, that if I do that, I open myself up to the firing squad. And that's true. People can be mean when you put yourself out there. But I guess I want to create the space where I'm not just sort of opening myself up to pain. Like doomsday prepping for my true self to be revealed and then assaulted. But instead opening myself up to whatever, good and bad, and that I can release whatever comes at me. I can let it move through, you know, there's room for good and bad. [00:06:00] There's a place for back and forth. And that type of permeability seems more empowering for me, I think. If I'm making any sense here. Henry: Yeah, I think you're making ton of sense, you know, pain and joy. They're all part of life and we are meant to let them in. But as you said, there really needs to be a back and forth. About 20 years ago, I went through a really rough, personal stretch. It lasted at least three years, maybe, maybe longer. Um, I lost my father first and then just a few months later, my birth father died, and then my birth mother, and then my sister. This all happened over this three year period. Most of their deaths were really complicated, and so were my emotions. And I just [00:07:00] sank into this melancholy that I could not shake. And in retrospect, I'm not sure I actually wanted to shake it. There was something about having that depth of feeling, the rawness of those emotions that I don't think I really wanted to let go of. So I held onto them for a few years until they just gradually ebbed away. Now, I know that grief is different for everyone, and there is no set proper amount of time for moving through it. And I don't judge myself for taking so long. But, from the vantage point that I have now, I realized that at that time in my life, I just didn't know how [00:08:00] to do it any differently. I'd had no idea being permeable, staying open means that you not only let things in, but you also let them out, you know. It's, it's like a, if you think about a pond of water, it gets stagnant in there if there's not enough fresh water flowing in. And it also gets stagnant if there isn't enough water flowing out. So it's this dynamic system. And so are we. Aimee: I'm thinking like all those losses, Henry sometimes, you know, when it rains, it pours, I'm thinking about saying. And at the same time I'm thinking about that saying, um, you know time just heals all wounds. But man, if it's just pouring in and you're just waiting for time to heal it, you can sit in that space a long time. You can get very stagnant, like you're saying. Sort of on this note here, there's this self-regulation model I really like, called intentional systemic mindfulness. [00:09:00] Just as an aside, I'm realizing this is why it's sometimes hard for me to make friends because I start off sentences like that. "There's a self-regulation model that I really like." Anyway, That's me. That's okay. Um, anyway, this model sort of hits on what you're saying, and actually this model, along with some other theories, is actually baked into our Joy Lab program, which is why Joy Lab works so well. But, intentional systemic mindfulness was really influenced by systems theory. So, really diving into that open system you're talking about and the idea that everything impacts everything else, essentially. And so every sort of subsystem, like a dynamic complex human, must be studied at its whole, you know, rather than reducing it to all these little isolated parts. On top of that, there's all these feedback loops within the system with the purpose of helping the system, [00:10:00] helping us maintain order, or self-regulation, or balance, harmony. So, the idea here is that, like you said, Henry, we are not a closed system. We might think we can close ourselves off, but it's impossible. Our feedback loops are still operating. Stuffed down emotions are still circling around and impacting our balance and harmony. And so with intentional systemic mindfulness, what we do here at Joy Lab, we can set some intentions within those feedback loops. We can feed into them, to support that self-regulation process. It's what starts that upward spiral too, that we talk about here. So specifically we can use mindful attention and qualities of mindfulness, is what the authors of this model, note um, as intentions to move things through our system. To maybe come out of that melancholy when we're ready,[00:11:00] or to sort of ignite that process. To move them in and out, those emotions. These qualities of mindfulness, in my opinion anyway, are really similar to what we work with here at Joy Lab, these 12 elements of joy. So, I'll take love as an example, you know, we can use this element of love, this intention of deep care for ourselves and others as a quality of attention; how we attend to a friend, how we attend to what we're feeling inside. So you can see then how this type of attention impacts the feedback loops. So I attend with love. Even if you come at me with an insult, then it just doesn't sting so bad. So I don't come back at you with venom or a violent action. It moves through my system in a totally different way than if I was attending to you with distrust or hate. So, I guess my point here with this model is that it reinforces that [00:12:00] permeability is absolutely our natural state, within our own individual system and between all the other humans, all the other systems around us, things have to move within us and through us. But obviously, that's way harder with emotions and experiences that aren't so "positive" and the point of attending with these intentions, these qualities of mindfulness, these elements of joy, it's not to dismiss what's true for us, or the reality of the situation. It's just like adding an ingredient, you know, it gives us back maybe some control here. So, Henry let's end by maybe talking about that, how can we hold permeability for all of it? You know, maybe even more so that openness from the start, how can we be open to, be permeable with both the joyful and the sad? Henry: So I am going to turn for this to the [00:13:00] great poet, Rilke. Aimee: A good idea. Henry: Yeah, it is. It is a good idea. In one of his poems, Rilke was clearly giving us advice for how to live well. And here's part, just a small part of what he wrote: "Let everything happen to you. Beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final." Now I was just really struck when I first read that. In these three short lines, he captures so much of what it means to be human. Aimee: Yeah. Henry: We are surrounded by this incredible beauty. There is so much goodness and love in the world and that's still true. I think. It's just all [00:14:00] around us. But let's be honest, there is also a lot that is fearful or maddening or just plain sad. His advice is so direct. So simple. Let everything happen to you. I just love that. He's saying don't resist. Don't push away the stuff that makes you feel bad. And don't hold too tightly to the stuff that makes you feel good. Just allow it all to be there. Let it all in. Be permeable. And then he says, just keep going. That is such a good description of resilience. Isn't it? Just, no matter what happens, just keep going. Stand up. [00:15:00] Place one foot in front of the other, and keep going. We do not have to be stopped by our emotions. Why not? He tells us, because no feeling is final. Feelings come and they go. They are never permanent. Although I know we sometimes think that they are. I have come to think of the painful emotions, the terror as Rilke puts it, like compost, they're not garbage that we throw into a landfill somewhere and just let's sit there, outta sight outta mind. Aimee: Hmm. Henry: They just keep piling up that way and we'll eventually have to deal with them. But if we can let them in and turn them over once in a while, like you do your compost, maybe add a little [00:16:00] moisture if you need it. So it can decompose. Well, eventually it will turn into something really rich, something life-giving. So, you know, it took me, uh, quite a long time to compost my series of losses, but I did eventually. That's actually, when I really started to write. I started it as a way to help me process all of that. And to me, this is interesting, that a lot of my journal entries during that time eventually found their way into my books and into what I think of as the richest and best part of my books. Aimee: I love the compost metaphor. Now I'm imagining, with intentional systemic mindfulness. And gardening all we've discussed that we're adding worms of joy, worms of love, compassion, to get in there and help [00:17:00] turn that soil over. I don't know if that helps anybody. But anyway, those worms can be your elements of joy. But also I like to think that we all write our books, the stories of our lives. Each story we write then opens up the next chapter as well. So maybe that's a good place to close here, to close this chapter, this lesson of love of being more permeable, before we talk about our fourth lesson on loving well in the next episode. So Henry, do you have maybe the last paragraph for this chapter? Something to send us off with? Henry: Sure. Let's just try to remember this, that joy is there in whatever is happening. If we can simply allow it to be there. No judgment, no resistance, [00:18:00] no grasping. Let everything happen to you. Beauty and terror. Just keep going. No feeling is final. Thanks for joining us!: Thank you for listening to the joy lab podcast. If you enjoy today's show, visit JoyLab.coach to subscribe for your monthly infusion of joy, and to learn more about the full joy lab program. Be sure to rate and review us wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast
Episode 17: The Evolution and Evidence on Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabis with Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RDN, FAND

The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:00


Increased awareness and medicinal use of cannabidiol (CBD) has sparked the need for consumer education from trusted sources. In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by Holistic Cannabis Practitioner, Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RDN, FAND, to explore the growing body of evidence supporting the use of CBD for common health conditions including pain, anxiety, inflammation, insomnia, and more. Tune in as they debunk common misconceptions about cannabis, discuss the key differences between cannabinoids CBD and THC, and review dosage guidelines. Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RDN, FAND, is a Holistic Cannabis Practitioner, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, and author. She teaches cannabis therapy and is Co-Program Director, Cannabinoid Medical Sciences at John Patrick University School of Integrative and Functional Medicine. She has written two books on CBD: Simple Guide to CBD: Fact, Fiction, and a Path Forward and Simple Guide to Cannabis Gardening: From Seed to Weed. Janice has her own line of the highest quality organically grown, phytocannabinoid-rich hemp CBD products for her clients that she sells under her Jannabis Wellness label. For show notes, transcripts, and to learn more about host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN, visit https://healthcare.orgain.com/podcast/episodes/listen/season/2/episode/17. Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice. The material discussed on this podcast, and displayed on the associated webpage, is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health regimen.

Herpetological Highlights
127 Frog Calls in a Concrete Jungle

Herpetological Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:50


Animals have to adapt to all sorts of changes, but urbanisation is perhaps one of the most drastic. Urban noise can majorly interfere with communication, so how do frogs overcome the noise and busyness of the big city? Become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/herphighlights Full reference list available here: http://www.herphighlights.podbean.com Main Paper References: Halfwerk W, Blaas M, Kramer L, Hijner N, Trillo PA, Bernal XE, Page RA, Goutte S, Ryan MJ, Ellers J. 2018. Adaptive changes in sexual signalling in response to urbanization. Nature Ecology & Evolution. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-018-0751-8. Other Mentioned Papers/Studies: Halfwerk W, Jones PL, Taylor RC, Ryan MJ, Page RA. 2014. Risky Ripples Allow Bats and Frogs to Eavesdrop on a Multisensory Sexual Display. Science 343:413–416. DOI: 10.1126/science.1244812. Graitson, E., & Taymans, J. 2022. Impacts des lâchers massifs de faisans de Colchide (Phasianus colchicus L.) sur les squamates (Reptilia Squamata). Bull. Soc. Herp. Fr, 180. Kaczmarek, E.B., Gartner, S.M., Westneat, M.W. and Brainerd, E.L., 2022. Air Breathing and Suction Feeding Kinematics in the West African Lungfish, Protopterus annectens. Integrative and Comparative Biology. Other Links/Mentions: The forest and urban calls from Halfwerk et al., 2018. Forest call: https://static-content.springer.com/esm/art%3A10.1038%2Fs41559-018-0751-8/MediaObjects/41559_2018_751_MOESM3_ESM.wav Urban call: https://static-content.springer.com/esm/art%3A10.1038%2Fs41559-018-0751-8/MediaObjects/41559_2018_751_MOESM4_ESM.wav Editing and Music: Podcast edited by Emmy – https://www.fiverr.com/emmyk10  Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson Species Bi-week theme – Michael Timothy Other Music – The Passion HiFi, https://www.thepassionhifi.com

Breathwork Bestie
5 Minute Breathwork for Celebration with Chrystal Rose

Breathwork Bestie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 10:24


If you are new to this podcast or breathwork, you may find it helpful to listen to episode 1 first.This is an Integrative (short) session and can be done sitting up or lying down. Please consult your doctor before trying breathwork if you have any known health issues or are pregnant. Please do not do breathwork while operating a vehicle or other heavy machinery.Chrystal Rose is a serial entrepreneur, transformative coach for high achievers, and the host of two podcasts, Self Love for Breakfast and Breathwork Bestie. She is dedicated to helping business owners, coaches and corporate rockstars shift from a place of hustle, to ease and abundance. Chrystal has been in the personal development space for the last 12 years, shifting from a mindset focus to more of an embodiment approach. She helps her clients achieve lasting results by getting to and healing the root cause of their actions. From high level 1:1 & group coaching, retreats in Italy, courses and a book coming out soon—Chrystal offers multiple levels of accessibility in order to touch as many lives as possible. Learn more at ChrystalRose.com