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Powerhouse Women
307. Bold Transformation Requires Bold Action

Powerhouse Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 18:37


Nothing is more uncomfortable than choosing to stay the same when you know you're meant for more. Biologically, our minds and bodies are resistant to change, but there's a way to push through those roadblocks and experience major breakthroughs. The key to making it to the other side is by tapping into the mindset of the person that you want to be and aligning with your higher self.    Today, I'm sharing four bold actions that I take when I'm in critical moments of transformation. Use this episode as an anchor to come back to when you're ready to give up and I promise that we'll help you navigate through the discomfort of growth.    In this episode I talk about: How to reframe your mindset around change  Tips for how to reach the next stage of your growth journey  Why you can't achieve the highest version of yourself with gradual, comfortable changes Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza Click HERE to text the word MENTOR to (602) 536-7829 for weekly business + mindset tips delivered straight to your phone! (and text the word MASTERMIND if you want the details + link to apply for the 2022 PW Mastermind!) CONNECT WITH POWERHOUSE WOMEN instagram.com/powerhouse_women instagram.com/llindseyschwartz instagram.com/hannahmwells facebook.com/groups/powerhousewomencommunity www.powerhousewomen.co www.powerhousewomenevent.com EPISODE TIMELINE ( 0:49 ) Welcome back to the Powerhouse Women podcast! ( 1:11 ) Today, Lindsey breaks down some of the things that I have leaned into to fuel my growth to help me step into my highest self.  ( 3:22 ) Lindsey explains how transformation occurs out of the discomfort of growth.  ( 4:50 ) Lindsey shares that there's never a “right time” for change.  ( 5:52 ) Lindsey quotes Dr. Joe Dispenza's book.  ( 6:50 ) Lindsey talks about the biological and neurological aspects of making changes.  ( 12:11 ) Lindsey encourages listeners to ask themselves, “what would this higher self version of me do?” ( 13:43 ) Lindsey lists out recommendations to begin your bold transformation. ( 15:27 ) Lindsey talks about the importance of accountability.  ( 17:39 ) Lindsey asks listeners to share what bold action is required of them by texting (602) 536-7829. 

The Sakara Life Podcast
Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life with Dr. Joe Dispenza

The Sakara Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 61:55


In this episode, we sit down with New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Joe Dispenza to discuss the power we all possess to change our life through reframing our thoughts. His work is deeply rooted in science - combining epigenetics, neuroscience, and quantum physics - to explain how changing our thoughts can change us on a cellular level, thus creating a new reality and sense of self. We also discuss the power that we gain through becoming conscious of our unconscious programs and how this can create lasting and profound change. This insightful conversation with Dr. Dispenza will encourage you to lean into discomfort and reprogram your thoughts in order to transform your life for the better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fit 2 Love Podcast with JJ Flizanes
Ep. 608: Healing Grief through Crystal Singing Bowls

Fit 2 Love Podcast with JJ Flizanes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:01


3 Reasons Why Traditional Talk Therapy is Ineffective FREE workshop  http://jjflizanes.com/therapy   Jeralyn Glass is a leader and pioneer in the field of Sound Healing using Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. She is an internationally known Singer, Professor, Meditation Leader, Sound Healing Practitioner, and Crystal Singing Bowl Master Alchemist. She has a unique presence with her personal alchemy of classical music, meditation and high vibrational sound. Passionate about Music and Sound as tools of self discovery and healing, Jeralyn founded CrystalCadence, home of the Los Angeles Crystal Tones Singing Bowl Temple, where in addition to consultations choosing your alchemy bowls, she also teaches The Sacred Science of Sound Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing Trainings, offers Mentorships and Transformational Voice. Jeralyn has performed her high vibrational music alongside New Thought Leaders Marianne Williamson, Maria Shriver, Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Anita Moorjani, the late Barbara Marx Hubbard, Lee Harris, Dr. Sue Morter, and star athletes Kareem Abdul Jabar and the late Kobe Bryant. http://CrystalCadence.com   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book

Spirit, Purpose & Energy
Ep. 329: Healing Grief through Crystal Singing Bowls

Spirit, Purpose & Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:07


3 Reasons Why Traditional Talk Therapy is Ineffective FREE workshop  http://jjflizanes.com/therapy   Jeralyn Glass is a leader and pioneer in the field of Sound Healing using Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. She is an internationally known Singer, Professor, Meditation Leader, Sound Healing Practitioner, and Crystal Singing Bowl Master Alchemist. She has a unique presence with her personal alchemy of classical music, meditation and high vibrational sound. Passionate about Music and Sound as tools of self discovery and healing, Jeralyn founded CrystalCadence, home of the Los Angeles Crystal Tones Singing Bowl Temple, where in addition to consultations choosing your alchemy bowls, she also teaches The Sacred Science of Sound Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing Trainings, offers Mentorships and Transformational Voice. Jeralyn has performed her high vibrational music alongside New Thought Leaders Marianne Williamson, Maria Shriver, Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Anita Moorjani, the late Barbara Marx Hubbard, Lee Harris, Dr. Sue Morter, and star athletes Kareem Abdul Jabar and the late Kobe Bryant. http://CrystalCadence.com   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book

Health & Wealth
Ep. 113: Healing Grief through Crystal Singing Bowls

Health & Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:09


3 Reasons Why Traditional Talk Therapy is Ineffective FREE workshop  http://jjflizanes.com/therapy   Jeralyn Glass is a leader and pioneer in the field of Sound Healing using Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. She is an internationally known Singer, Professor, Meditation Leader, Sound Healing Practitioner, and Crystal Singing Bowl Master Alchemist. She has a unique presence with her personal alchemy of classical music, meditation and high vibrational sound. Passionate about Music and Sound as tools of self discovery and healing, Jeralyn founded CrystalCadence, home of the Los Angeles Crystal Tones Singing Bowl Temple, where in addition to consultations choosing your alchemy bowls, she also teaches The Sacred Science of Sound Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing Trainings, offers Mentorships and Transformational Voice. Jeralyn has performed her high vibrational music alongside New Thought Leaders Marianne Williamson, Maria Shriver, Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Anita Moorjani, the late Barbara Marx Hubbard, Lee Harris, Dr. Sue Morter, and star athletes Kareem Abdul Jabar and the late Kobe Bryant. http://CrystalCadence.com   JJ Flizanes is an Empowerment Strategist and the host of several podcasts including People's Choice Awards nominee Spirit, Purpose & Energy. She is the Director of Invisible Fitness, a best-selling author of Fit 2 Love: How to Get Physically, Emotionally, and Spiritually Fit to Attract the Love of Your Life and The Invisible Fitness Formula: 5 Secrets to Release Weight and End Body Shame. Named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine, JJ has been featured in many national magazines, including Shape, Fitness, and Women's Health as well as appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, the CW and KTLA. Grab a free copy of the Invisible Fitness Formula at http://jjflizanes.com/book

The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.
189 A Voice for Indigenous Women and Youth with Shayla Stonechild

The PurposeGirl Podcast: Empowering women to live their purpose with courage, joy, and fierce self-love.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 55:47


There is incredible wisdom at the intersection of yoga and spiritual practice, indigenous people and traditions, and the matriarchy, and this is where we find today's guest living her purpose and impacting her community and the world at large: Shayla Stonechild. Shayla joins us to talk about: How her language itself actually shows her people's deep connection to the land The connection between genocide of indigenous people and desecration of the land The importance of grounding and the trap of perfectionism Some of the struggles for basic survival that indigenous people in Canada have been facing for years How important it is to first look within, at our own shadow sides, before we can truly help others The meaning behind the medicine wheel and how it connects us to the world around us How her purpose work came from a very dark period in her life Commonalities between yoga and certain indigenous practices and traditions The Matriarch Movement, Shayla's non-profit dedicated to highlighting Indigenous voices and providing wellness workshops to BIPOC women and indigenous youth across Canada There is SO much amazing info here, you do NOT want to miss this episode! If you'd like to support the Matriarch Movement or indigenous people in Canada in general, Shayla suggests you educate yourself on the 94 Calls to Action by the Truth and Reconciliation report, and the 231 Calls for Justice. And she recommends that you get your hands on Sacred Instructions by Sherri Mitchell (https://amzn.to/3GqRseJ) and Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza (https://amzn.to/3flKb40). About Shayla Stonechild As a Mètis and Nehiyaw Iskwew (Plains Cree Woman) from Muscowpetung First Nations, Shayla Oulette Stonechild has always been a catalyst for Indigenous youth and women unlocking their full potential and reclaiming their voices. There is a powerful shift happening in humanity right now and Shayla believes the arts, meditation, movement and reclaiming an Indigenous worldview all play apart in amplifying voices to bring upon much needed change. Shayla is on the forefront of Indigenous women's wellness and in March 2021, she became the first Indigenous woman to be on the cover of “Yoga Journal” magazine across Canada and the United States. She has recently wrapped Season 3 of APTN's “Red Earth Uncovered”. Additionally, she is a trauma informed yoga instructor at "CMMN GRND" with over 500+ yoga teacher training hours and has been named internationally as one of the Top “20 Yoga Instructors of Color to Watch in 2020”. She is also a part of Vancouver's Diversity and Inclusion committee with Lululemon. And she is the founder of the “Matriarch Movement', a non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting Indigenous voices and providing wellness workshops to BIPOC women across Canada. To learn more about Shayla please go to: https://www.shaylastonechild.com/ And be sure to follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayla0h/ To learn more about the Matriarch Movement (Shayla's not-for profit) please go to: https://www.matriarchmovement.ca/ And follow the Matriarch Movement on Facebook and Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/Matriarch-Movement-102987144653111 https://www.instagram.com/matriarch.movement/ We're changing the world one woman at a time. Go to Apple Podcasts and leave a 5-star review and subscribe so you never miss an episode!

Tough Girl Podcast
Samantha Turner - Serial challenge adventurer, executive coach, mum of two boys, and unfortunately, recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 51:04


Bio written by her friend:   “Sam, 47, has an interesting and diverse background, having Indian and English heritage and growing up between the UK, USA and Middle East.    Over the past few years she has set herself multiple challenges raising money for charity or just doing for fun.    In 2019, Sam set herself 12 challenges:  Cold Water Swimming Championships 10K Winter run Climbing one of the more challenging routes up Snowdon Swimathon (5k swim) Great Northern SwimRun (Lake Windermere) Selkie Henley Classic - night / dawn swim SwimRun Tooting Bec Running a half marathon Not drinking any alcohol for 28 days Marathon run North Downs 50k walk Trekking two marathons in two days through the desert   Unfortunately in late 2020, she was diagnosed with stage four cancer which was a huge blow to her, her family and friends. I certainly thought that would be the end of her adventuring and it felt immensely sad.    However Sam has a remarkable positive energy and outlook on life and has been determined to carry on as normal.    This year, while managing ongoing cancer treatment, she has already completed the Arcticbear swim challenge over winter, the 100km jurassic coast walk challenge, the great north 5km swim in lake Windermere, the lake Windermere trail walk challenge, The Selkie Henley classic 2km upstream swim at dawn, and Henley mile swim (I've probably missed more!).    I have been lucky enough to share some of these adventures with her and have learnt so much along the way.    From learning to enjoy those precious moments in the outdoors or in the water, to persevering even when things seem impossible.    I think a lot of your listeners would benefit from hearing her story, knowing where she has come from, what she is battling today and her vision for the future.”     New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you.   Show notes Who is Sam Living inLondon with her husband and 2 boys Not being sporty growing up but enjoying spending time in the outdoors Moving to America at 8 years old Being put off running at a young age Going to boarding school in the UK Spending time abroad with family How her parents met Studying psychology and music at university  Not following her passion at a young age Meeting her husband and moving to London Having her children at 39 and 42 Asking herself - What am I doing with my life? Needing to get her life back on track How having children changed her priorities  Loosing her identity Signing up for a 100k walk from London to Brighton Getting to the half way point… Mind over matter and how it has played a huge part in her life especially in recent years Being inspired by Dr. Joe Dispenza  Learning to believe in herself again Needing to make a lifestyle change Setting out in 2019 to do 12 challenges Cold water…. The challenges of lockdown and not being able to swim The power of consistency Planning 12 challenges at the end of 2018 Wanting to be prepared  Involving her family in the training and the challenges Doing something that she's not good at The South Down's 50k Walk and taking on the desert Doing events with Ultra Challenge Going through woodland at nighttime Dealing with the heat of the desert 2020 and the challenges faced Wanting to make a career change Being diagnosed with breast cancer  Stage 4 cancer and being given all the options Going through the menopause in 3 weeks Getting back into cold water and how it helped  Starting treatment at home Taking on a 5k swim in Lake Windermere Balancing life, challenges, family and treatment Making sure the children are aware of what's going on The next 2 challenges… Wanting to take on a relay swim across the channel! Putting the group together Swimming for an hour at a time Getting swimming lessons Connect and follow with Sam Final words of advice for other women Do things that bring you joy  Believe you can do it   Social Media   Website: walkingwithsam.com    Coaching Website: www.samanthaturner.co.uk    Facebook: @samantha.turner.1042    Linkedin: @samantha-jane-turner    Fundraising pages with details about her challenges:   www.justgiving.com/Samantha-Turner22   www.justgiving.com/fundraising/samantha-turner42  

Life, Death and the Space Between
Awakening the Healer Within with Kelly Noonan Gores

Life, Death and the Space Between

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 47:05


AWAKENING THE HEALER WITHIN with KELLY GORES      “You can learn to play the instrument of your own body and stimulate healing.” -- Kelly Noonan Gores, director of the documentary “Heal”       Episode Summary:   Why do some of us get sick and others skate through life unscathed by illness?  Are we victims of our circumstances -- or do we have significant influence over our health? How do our thoughts, beliefs and emotions impact our ability to heal?   In this first episode of 2022, we talk with Kelly Noonan Gores, a well-known Los Angeles based child actress turned producer/director of the widely popular documentary Heal, seen formerly on Netflix and currently on Amazon Prime. Heavyweights in the mind body arena – foremost scientists and spiritual leaders - make up the cast:  Deepak Chopra, Joe Dispenza, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Michael Beckwith and Dr. Bruce Lipton and so many fascinating others.   Kelly's new book, “Heal: Discover your Unlimited Potential and Awaken the Healer Within” is out now.   Listen in to hear Kelly Noonan Gores' enthusiasm for consciousness and possibility, and the miraculous intelligence of the human body.     Topics We Discuss: [5:10] Starting from a characteristic teenage cloud of aimlessness and angst, how a transformative experience at age 19, reading Marianne Williamson's book “Return to Love” on a flight home from Australia, upshifted and redirected Kelly's intentions toward a spiritual path.   [8:35] The process of making the unconscious conscious, and the importance of replacing our early childhood imprinting programs with more serving belief systems.   [13:37] The easy availability of free, powerful alternative modes of healing – for example, breathwork to stimulate the vagus nerve, Joe Dispenza's online meditation courses, books, books, books. Libraries and the internet are loaded with free resources.   [18:55] The importance of balancing alternative and Western medicine methods.   [20:20] Acceptance as step one to healing, vs. resisting what is. Letting go of the fear of death, which is the ultimate resistance. And finding your joy.   [23:50] Disease prevention practices. Find what feels good! Meditate. Turn your phone off. Give your body time to rest and reset and repair. Open to your internal guidance system. Approach exercise to feel good – move your body to release endorphins, eliminate toxins, release positive hormones and feel positive emotions (vs. fear weight gain or fear ill health). Be outdoors in nature. Give yourself grace. Do the best you can.   [35:54] The importance of taking the leap to follow your heart, whether or not you know how to get there. Saying “yes” and moving forward.   [38:40] Kelly answers Amy's speed round questions.   Spirituality means…? What is something most people don't know about you? What is one thing you're looking forward to? What are you grateful for right now? What book is on your nightstand? What is the most transformative experience of your life?           FOLLOW KELLY NOONAN GORES:   You can learn more about the “Heal” documentary and podcast here and follow Kelly Gores:   Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Twitter     SUPPORT DR. AMY ROBBINS:   If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins   As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness!   Stay connected with Dr. Amy Robbins:   Instagram YouTube Fireside Website Facebook    

The Reality Revolution Podcast

Have you ever experienced a time slip?  It appears you have entered into another section of time or you lose time for no known reason?  Time slips happen more frequently than you may suspect.  In this episode I discuss the research as to what might be happening. The New Earth Activation trainings - Immerse yourself in 12 hours of content focused on the new earth with channelings, meditations, advanced training and access to the new https://realityrevolutioncon.com/newearth Alternate Universe Reality Activation  get full access to new meditations, new lectures, recordings from the reality con and the 90 day AURA meditation schedulehttps://realityrevolutionlive.com/aura45338118 BUY A COPY OF MY BOOKhttps://www.amazon.com/Reality-Revolution-Mind-Blowing-Movement-Hack/dp/154450618X/ Listen my book on audible https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Reality-Revolution-Audiobook/B087LV1R5V Prosperity Consciousness - https://youtu.be/kkMvngNKeDQ How to use breathing to change your life https://youtu.be/m4y71lnyV7A The Health Revolution – Becoming  Healthier through the power of your mind https://youtu.be/3UjSt3V8xso The Love Revolution: Using the Law of Attraction to find love… and your soulmate https://youtu.be/3-mhAfe2aO8 Finding Your Purpose - https://youtu.be/XJtZtmlWq9w Transform your health - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo9Ef3Qy_G9aduDHbkPbpKOb All my guided meditations in one place https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_BfNnb5vLcwouInskcEhqL All my short meditations (you have 10 minutes) - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo-Mc0SiXK8Ef0opJeahwgfM All my episodes about parallel realities - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo-1-dStwX7huyhcxpJPMrWi All My Neville Goddard Videos In One Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo8kBZsJpp3xvkRwhbXuhg0M For all episodes of the Reality Revolution – https://www.therealityrevolution.com Join us on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/TheRealityRevolution/ Subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgXHr5S3oF0qetPfqxJfSw #timeslips #time #realityrevolution

Having It ALL: Conversations about living an Abundant Loving Life
The 3 Step Formula To Creating Massive Results In 2022

Having It ALL: Conversations about living an Abundant Loving Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 52:58


What is it that you want to create for yourself and your life in 2022? I have a tradition here on Having It A.L.L. that at the top of each year I help you create an amazing year. And in this episode I'm doing just that! But today, we're taking things up a notch and I'm sharing with you the simple 3 step formula that you can follow to create massive results in your life in 2022. When you study the masters, you spot patterns of effectiveness and success. I'm excited to bring you a pattern of success that I've applied in my life to have it all, and I've seen at play in countless other success stories. Get your pens and papers ready, we're about to do some work! Resources from this episode: Creating Your Word For The Year, 2021 Edition - https://podcast.matthewbivens.com/creating-your-word-for-the-year-2021-edition/ Special LIVE Episode: Create Your Word For The Year Workshop - https://podcast.matthewbivens.com/special-live-episode-create-your-word-for-the-year-workshop/ How To Discipline Your Thinking So That You Get What You Really Want In Life! Self Mastery Wisdom From Dr. Joe Dispenza, Abraham Hicks and Shi Heng Yi - https://podcast.matthewbivens.com/how-to-discipline-your-thinking-so-that-you-get-what-you-really-want-in-life-self-mastery-wisdom-from-dr-joe-dispenza-abraham-hicks-and-shi-heng-yi/ Steve Harvey's message about "Ask, believe, work" - https://youtu.be/WKroVMnxnMI Interested in coaching with me? See my current coaching programs and fill out my coaching application at matthewbivens.com/apply. Want to get in touch with me directly? Shoot me an email at matthew@matthewbivens.com.

Chakras and Shotguns
E29: What You Want (Manifestation)

Chakras and Shotguns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 71:33


Tell me what you want, what you really really want! On this episode, Mik and Jenn explore manifestation. What it is, how it works and how to start bringing your desires, goals and dreams into reality. Some things we talked about in this episode: We talked about folks getting stuck on I-95 in Virginia for over 24 hours. If you haven't listened already, check out our Bug Out Bag episode (Episode 25) for what you should keep in your car in case you get caught in that situation. Jenn just finished watching The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin (HBO Max).  Some books that we talked about: THE BIOLOGY OF BELIEF (Dr. Bruce Lipton), BECOMING SUPERNATURAL (Dr. Joe Dispenza), RICH & RIGHTEOUS (Jullien Gordon), THE SECRET (Rhonda Byrne)*Mik mentioned these Neville Goddard videos: “How to Manifest Anything in 4 minutes”; “How to Manifest Your Life Using Imagination” and “Manifest Your Reality Through Mental Conversation.”Mik also really liked these videos from Joseph Murphy: “The Law of Attraction” and “The Law of Creation.”We both love this manifestation / gratitude journal from Think and Ink Co.: the I AM Journal.Join our Patreon community for more exclusive content.*Note: As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying Amazon purchases.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chakrasandshotguns)

Under The Skin with Russell Brand
#220 Can We Heal Ourselves Through Consciousness Alone?! (with Dr. Joe Dispenza)

Under The Skin with Russell Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 12:50


This week I spoke with Dr. Joe Dispenza, a Doctor of Chiropractic, who holds a BA in Science. His training and research covers the fields of neuroscience, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, mind-body medicine, and brain/heart coherence. In this podcast we speak about the power we have to heal ourselves, mentally and physically. How powerful is our consciousness really? How much control does it actually have over our body's health? Joe talks about the results that experiments have yielded in terms of our self-healing powers. We discuss how one's attitudes can shape one's reality, the power of meditation, how to alleviate suffering, and the fascinating power of placebo. It is an incredibly positive and uplifting conversation that we hope you enjoy! More Info: Come see me live; check out upcoming dates: https://www.russellbrand.com/live-dates/ My meditation podcast, Above the Noise, is out now, only on Luminary. I release guided meditations every Wednesday. Please check it out: http://luminary.link/meditate Elites are taking over! Our only hope is to form our own. To learn more join my cartel here https://www.russellbrand.com/join and get weekly bulletins too incendiary for anything but your private inbox. (*not a euphemism) Subscribe to my YouTube channel, I post four videos a week including video clips from these episodes!  https://www.youtube.com/russellbrand Subscribe to my YouTube side-channel for more wellness and spirituality: https://www.youtube.com/c/AwakeningWithRussell Instagram: http://instagram.com/russellbrand/ Twitter:  http://twitter.com/rustyrockets

Bridging
#48 Start 2022 right with Seth Godin, Arie Boomsma, Linda McLachlan, Tamara Bijani and Colette Streicher

Bridging

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 22:27


Happy New Year! To make you have a great start to 2022, I have collected some great parts of previous episodes. 1.  Seth Godin on the narrative in our head. (episode 30)2. Arie Boomsma on perseverance. (episode 35)3. Seth Godin on being proud of yourself and trusting yourself. (episode 30)4. Arie Boomsma on creating habits to reach our goals. (episode 35)5. Linda McLachlan on living a courageous life. (episode 38)6. Tamara Bijani on Dr. Joe Dispenza's meditation work. (episode 44)7. Seth Godin on Askida Ekmek. (episode 30)8. Colette Streicher on living an adventurous life. (episode 47)Bridging is a Podcast, hosted and produced by Özlem Özkan in Amsterdam. She is the author of the book "The Student", an entrepreneur, freelancer, coach, and teacher.Sign up for a course or workshop that Özlem teaches via www.ozkanozlem.comYou can find out more about Özlem via her book "The Student", Instagram, Linkedin, Website, and Youtube ChannelFor sponsorship or to book Özlem as your next speaker, send an email to ozlem@ozkanozlem.com. Bridging is a Podcast, hosted and produced by Özlem Özkan. She is the author of the book "The Student", an entrepreneur, freelancer, coach, and teacher. Sign up for a course that Özlem teaches via www.ozkanozlem.com/goYou can find out more about Özlem via her book "The Student", Instagram, Linkedin, Website, and Youtube ChannelFor sponsorship or to book Özlem as your next speaker, send an email to ozlem@ozkanozlem.com. 

Voice Marketing with Emily Binder

Check out Louise Hay's famous morning meditation on Spotify here. This episode is inspired by a line from one of the Hay House meditations: "Mistakes simply need correction, not punishment." (This is from the 8 minute mark of Doreen Virtue- Evening Meditation. Note: this isn't my favorite evening meditation ever, but the words were good and I want to give credit.) Click here to retweet this powerful idea about handling mistakes more effectively in yourself and others. Books mentioned: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza, Atomic Habits by James Clear, The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. Click on all the titles in the previous sentence to grab your copy on Amazon - I recommend all of them! Leave a star rating on this podcast on Spotify (the new rating option appears on the show page or click here.) Subscribe free to Voice Marketing anywhere wherever you listen at emilybinder.com/podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feeding Fatty
I Want To Feel Better. Focus On Disease Cause and Prevention

Feeding Fatty

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 62:40


I Want To Feel Better. Focus On Disease Cause and Prevention Featuring Dr. Linda Marquez Goodine I want to feel better. I think we've been shaped that way by social media, the news, I mean, everything you see, you go online, you order it, and you get it in 24 hours. You don't even have to leave your house for anything. If you want coffee, a pizza, but you know, it's not always the best option. As I always have conversations with patients because they want to get better About Dr. Linda Dr. Linda Marquez Goodine, D.C., C.N. Dr. Linda Marquez Goodine is a Chiropractic Physician, coach, author, speaker, wellness educator and podcaster who has been practicing since 1993. She received her undergraduate training at California State University Fullerton and attended Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. She has been licensed and practiced in several states including California, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and is in active practice in Lake Havasu, Arizona. She is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner with extensive postgraduate training in Nutrition, Functional Blood Chemistry, Functional Endocrinology, Brain Chemistry, Thyroid Health and Managing Obesity. She has been studying health and nutrition for over 40 years. Her mission is to help people get to the root cause of their health problem, fix it with a natural, drugless personalized step by step plan including addressing the mind, body and spirit for optimal living.   She currently devotes her practice to treating difficult conditions using customized blood test panels, hormone testing, gut testing and additional functional test to get to the root cause. Her non-invasive therapies, natural remedies, systems based approach and passion for health have allowed her to help thousands of people. She keeps a very active lifestyle in addition to giving workshops, writing articles, in private practice and the mother of three children and is happily married to her high school sweetheart. She enjoys spending time with her family, running and reading books on health, fitness and personal development. Contact Information: 888.503.5587 info@premierhealthoc.com Social Media www.DrlindaMarquez.com https://www.instagram.com/drlindamarquez/ https://www.facebook.com/drlindamarquez/ https://www.youtube.com/c/LindaMarque More Information Linda Marquez Goodine, D.C., C.N. Premier Health & Wellness 540 N. Golden Circle Dr. Suite 112 Santa Ana, CA 92705 Office 714-599-3339 Email: DrLinda@PremierHealthOC.com www.premierHealthOC.com www.feedingfatty.com www.drlindamarquez.com   Full Transcript Below   I Want To Feel Better. Focus On Disease Cause and Prevention Featuring Dr. Linda Marquez Goodine Sun, 8/1 6:11PM • 1:02:20 SUMMARY KEYWORDS eat, people, food, body, good, talking, feel, thinking, protein, meditation, muscle, thyroid, patients, running, life, mind, problem, moving, brain, athlete SPEAKERS Dr. Linda, Terry, Roy Barker   Roy Barker  00:05 Hello and welcome to another episode of Feeding Fatty This is Roy  Of course we are the podcast chronically our journey through wellness or to wellness. We know we started a lot of talking about diets and what we eat not necessarily a diet but just trying to take a more balanced approach. You know what we eat getting away from the sweets and carbs. We've also you know, kind of gotten into exercise and movement which is important and mindset as well. We talk a lot about you know, what's going on in our life and we also have professionals that we bring on from time to time to talk to them so today is no different. We have Dr. Linda and I'm going to let Terry introduce her   Terry  00:08 this is Terry  Dr. Linda Marquez Goodine is a chiropractic physician, coach, author, speaker, wellness educator and past podcaster who has been practicing since night 1993 I thought that was that was a typo. I always say it's 19 something. She received her undergraduate training at Cal State University Fullerton and attended Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. She's a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner with extensive postgraduate training in nutrition, functional blood chemistry, functional endocrinology, brain chemistry, thyroid health, and managing obesity. She has been studying health and nutrition for over 40 years. Her mission is to help people get to the root of their health problems, fix it with a natural drugless personalized step by step plan, including addressing the mind body and spirit for optimal living. Dr. Linda, thank you so much for coming on. There's so much more to say. But I want to get right into talking to you. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being on with us.   Dr. Linda  01:55 Oh, thank you for having me on. I was just been so excited to chat with you. You both just have just you're full of just life and just I love your personalities. Do I go when I lived in the south for a little bit like in South Carolina. I lived in North Carolina and Tennessee. And then it's like you start talking like y'all and thank you ma'am. And this is Southern girl coming out. Oh   Terry  02:22 my gosh, I would have been backhanded if I didn't say ma'am or sir. I still say it and people get offended now. It's like whoops, I'm don't mean to offend you. But   Roy Barker  02:31 it's funny because I spent some time in the northeast and you know, I always said thank, you know, like a cashier to convince me Thank you, ma'am. You call them ma'am. You know, it's like it was an insult to be called ma'am there.   Terry  02:44 Guys.   Roy Barker  02:46 Well tell us a little bit about your journey. How did you grow up wanting to you know, help others is this kind of been something that led you down the functional path?   Dr. Linda  02:57 You know, I've always kind of been I always saved I'm still a nerd I was I've always been a nerd and I always I kind of go back to middle school when I just you know you have those moments you know you have that day that you just you just know something's just gonna change your life well I had that moment when I was in middle school when a kid was he said some not so nice things about my about my body. And it was just that one thing that you know you you turn would say make lemon into lemonade. You know, life gives you lemons, you make lemonade and and I just from that time I was about 12 years old. I just just totally just changed by live I started I started running which then I fell in love with running and then my mom started taking me to the do remember Jack Lalanne? Yeah. So one of the first gyms that he had opened was in Orange County, California. And my mom would take me to the gym when it was women back in the day, it was just women were on certain days, men were on certain days and then on Sunday,we would split the time, ever since   Terry  04:11 Wow.   Dr. Linda  04:12 Um, it just it really just changed my life. I mean, I grew up under care under like chiropractic care. we ever got sick, which very rarely we did. My mom went just and got herbs out from the garden and just made us a tea and just said drink this. You know, we didn't miss school. If we have a little cough. It's just like drink this. You're going to school. It's not like nowadays. And she cooked for us at home. We weren't really want to pop a pill for anything. It's like okay, we're going to go to the chiropractor. And so that's kind of how I grew up. And I knew that I wanted to be a doctor. I wanted to help people. And I really wanted to be a brain surgeon because I thought that's like the hardest thing that anybody could do. That would be the coolest thing. But there's a little problem. I hate blood.   Terry  05:00 That reading under it.   Dr. Linda  05:02 Like, I don't know about that. And growing up under chiropractic care now i just i rant I because I ran a lot as well, I ran cross country and I started running marathons and so forth. But that's really what kept me on healthy and sane. And it was just amazing what they could do the miracles that I saw just in our in our, you know, in the practice, just watching people and hearing the stories, but in our, you know, with our family as well. So that's kind of where my journey started. And I went to chiropractic college, and from there, you know, physical medicine is working more on the body, the physical portion of the body. And then I got more into what's called Functional Medicine, which is more working on from a nutritional perspective, the biochemistry of the body. So that's kind of how I got involved in in what I'm doing now. And I love it.   Roy Barker  06:01 So interesting, bringing up Jack Lalanne, because I remember my dad, and one of our neighbors, they would get together, I guess, whenever his show was, I can't remember like in the evening, and they had this, you know, like a slant board that he did a lot of stuff on slant boards, but he wore those like, coveralls tap things all day. Yeah.   Terry  06:23 Yeah, but my dad had like a jumpsuit, it was just suit thing. And he used to mow his lawn mowed the lawn and it with his with his black socks that we thought we laughed forever. Like, Dad, you are such a nerd. And we cannot have any way Come while you're doing this. Oh my god. Well, that just seems like such a natural progression for you to go into functional medicine and the holistic side of it, since that's how you were brought up. And so you know, so many of us, it seems like now we just really want to throw pills at it and just fix it quick fix. We want the drive thru, we want everything now. It's just everything on demand. And it can't be like that, especially when you're talking about your health.   Dr. Linda  07:14 I think we've been shaped that way by by social media, the news, I mean, everything you see, like you say you want something, you go online, you order it, and you get it in 24 hours, you know, you don't even have to leave your house for anything anymore. If you want coffee, you want you know, a pizza, which I don't eat, but you know it pretty much anything. If you want to you can google anything, you want to learn something, you just YouTube it and it's there instantly. But you know, it's not always the best option. As I always have conversations with patients because they want to get better. They want to say, Oh, well, if I do this, well, I feel better tomorrow, yet they've had an issue for years. And a lot of them like it's got to be easy. Otherwise, they won't do it. And it really frustrates me. And I think that's kind of where the mind training comes in. And I remember I believe it's Rohn Jim Rohn. He says, don't wish for things to be easier, wish for you to be better. Because when you're better, things will be easier. Everything you do becomes easier, not Let's wish that this was easier. And that's kind of the progression of where we have gone as a society. And it's really just just disheartening. Because we never get to, I think, reach our full potential if we just want everything to be easier.   Terry  08:46 Yeah, and it just seems like I mean, everybody, I feel like everybody wants to do the right thing, but wanting and doing that. It's just not the same thing.   Roy Barker  09:00 Well, and we found out it's, you know, we talk start have started talking a lot about sustainability. Because, you know, I'm that guy that wants to quit and cookies today and tomorrow, I want to see, you know, a big difference. And I know that's not realistic, but it's like, you know, that's the that's kind of the world my mind lives in. And so, you know, us trying to make these little changes and tweaks that we can mindlessly do from now on, you know, something that we don't have to continually think about and just because that's us, we we know what we should do. And we know how to do it. We know all the right things. It's just, you know, something, we can start but something will typically derail us like you know, I don't know just a change in schedule. Sometimes that's all it takes   Terry  09:48 something happy or stressful either way.   Dr. Linda  09:52 I think that's where the mindset comes in. And I that's where behavior modification and I look at my soul As an athlete, and that's how I say I'm an athlete, and if I'm an athlete that requires daily discipline of mine training, water intake movement, what fuel I'm putting in my body. And you know, when I'm in practice still, and I do functional medicine and physical medicine, the physical aspect is I'm still adjusting patients and I will share with them because they come in with like, shoulder problems, back problems, knee problems, or you know, a lot of kids their their necks, they're like this the whole time. They have horrible posture. And I'm telling them, it's not what I'm doing. And here, it's what are you doing the 24 and a half other hour 23 and a half other hours that you're not in the office when I'm working on you, we need to focus on. And I think when you change that mindset that you know, hey, I'm Roy, I'm an athlete in training and your training is so that you can perform better in life. And you can be the best version of you. Because I always feel if you if you're not feeding yourself, Well, you can't express yourself to the fullest potential that I believe God has given you gifts to share with everyone else. So everyone else is losing now.   Roy Barker  11:19 We talked about this, that it affects us. You know, we I've got another business podcast, but you know, we had a guy on there talked about, you know, to be a good leader, we have to have that self care, we got to get our sleep, we got to eat right. And it's true. Because, you know, if you don't get enough sleep, you typically grumpier, you don't make as good or as quick decisions. And it just it, it really affects all areas of our life and our partners as well. Because when I don't feel good, I'm sure. You know, I'm not as active or as quick to do things for Terry as I should be. So we, anyway, that's a good point to make   Terry  11:56 leading by example. Its such a when you think about it, it's like, oh, my gosh, what do I have? What do I have delete about? But you do everybody does? You just have to do it?   Roy Barker  12:10 Yeah. And I'm thinking about the about you saying that you're an athlete, as I just got to thinking when you said that, I thought, Oh, I'm kind of like SpongeBob is SpongeBob, his friend, you know, like, Yeah, what is that? Yeah. What I feel like   Terry  12:26 always thinking, I'm the athlete that's gonna join the hot dog eating contest. That's terrible. I'm kidding. That was an awesome analogy. Because I'm, I was thinking that's something I could do. If I thought I was an athlete, and started in that mindset, and started going toward that path. It might it, it would help me not might, it would help me try to get back in because, you know, we get off track. So   Dr. Linda  12:52 we're even asking yourself, what would the best version of you be like? No. Do you have a game or having a picture of the best version of you? What would he or she look like? And it's totally up to you however you want that person to be?   Terry  13:09 No. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah, taking notes. Yeah.   Roy Barker  13:14 You know that that vision because we talk a lot about in in business, where do we you know, where do you see yourself? How do we want to get there? So we should do the same thing with our with our health and wellness as well. So we had a couple different things we hope to get to. But I think we wanted to start with the five health strategies women should know that doctors don't sell them.   Dr. Linda  13:43 We'll see what how many we can cover that. Yeah. interesting one, but let me tell you that because this is what I share with my patients especially as as we get older. A number one I'm like, you have to have protein. I'm like big on you've got it. I tell my patients and men and women I said the minimal you should be having as 100 grams of protein a day and have protein for breakfast, break your fast with protein. Because you have macros protein, you have fat, you have carbohydrates, you do not need carbohydrates to live, you do need fat because your brain is primarily made of fat and it will function off of fat, not necessarily I mean, it does also offer sugar carbohydrates. However, for every 100 grams of protein that you eat, your body will make 60 grams of carbohydrates. So it's still making carbs that other systems in the body can run off of it. Yeah, that's one thing I said eat protein for breakfast and, and I have them shoot for the goal. First eat 100 grams of protein. If you want to add in some carbs or something else after that, then go for it, and that way, most of the time, they're satiated. Not only that, they're starting to build muscle. And you when you focus on muscle, the fat just comes off. And you need to have healthy muscle in order to have a healthy body. Because there's other systems that benefit from having healthy, a healthy muscle mass, you know, in your body, and as you increase it, your fat mass is just going to go down. So that's one thing I said eat protein for breakfast and shoot for 100 grams.   Roy Barker  15:33 Okay, okay. Got it? Yeah, because, as on the chiropractor side, I guess, you know, our skeletal system is very dependent upon our muscles to make, you know, because that's another thing I know, about myself is not having as strong back muscles. You know, I tend to slump over probably more than I shouldn't   Terry  15:55 sitting at the desk and just, you know, look in different directions. And   Dr. Linda  16:00 in the end, take a look at the older population, they look more emaciated. We were just talking like about Jack Lalanne. I mean, he was ripped, and he looked amazing. It's like, Okay, take him and a person that's running all the time, who hardly has any muscle mass, and they both break their hip, who's going to recover faster? I'm banking on the guy with the muscle, not the scrawny guy who is going to lose even more muscle mass because they're like, well, I can't move, I can't do anything. Whereas the guy that has more muscle mass, like why can still work my upper body. So give me some weights or let me do something and they're going to heal and recover because most of the older population, they don't actually die from a hip fracture. They die from the complications of a hip fracture, that hit home that really hits home personally, because that did happen with a loved one. No, that's why I'm like, even as we get older, and one of the common reasons people don't eat protein as they get older is because they their stomach, they make less hydrochloric acid to break down to proteins, so they don't feel like they're hungry. And I'm like, Okay, then you need to start supplementing with hydrochloric acid because yes, you do start making less however, you, you need that in order to digest the protein that you're eating.   Terry  17:27 Okay. Interesting.   Roy Barker  17:32 All right, so what what is the what is the second thing   Dr. Linda  17:35 number two would be kind of like we're talking about, you know, protein for muscle is resistance training. Our ancestors were moving, they were they were moving all the time, the men went out and did the hunting. Right. They were very active. And women, they didn't just stay, stay, stay around the grounds and just chitchat. They were preparing things as well, they were doing so I'm a big believer of, you know, resistance training, moving heavy things, more functional movements, I do a couple different things. at the gym, I like to do more like I like to do squats, I like to do lunges, anything is going to work more the bigger muscles, you know, like, chest press, things of that sort. And I've also go to like a combat fitness class, which is a combination of like kickboxing, boxing, kind of martial arts and doing ropes and push ups and setups and you're just moving the whole time. And I believe that resistance training really helps a lot with that. And especially it just gives you more confidence. As women, I always feel like we need to be more confident. And that once again, is going to help build muscle and when you help build muscle, your basal metabolic rate goes up. So your fat mass goes down. And we have a tendency to focus I think we've had weight loss. The whole weight loss industry, that's what they're focused on weight loss, but whatever you focus more on, you become you have more of that problem. It's just like, what happened when Oh, drug free America. It's like, you know, we're having more drugs. Now. Why don't we focus on Hey, let's get America healthy.   Terry  19:27 Say no to drugs. That's the whole thing.   Dr. Linda  19:31 is like, let's let's focus on you know, becoming stronger, more functional in our movements, you know, posture and we're talking no kids who are, you know, here, it's sad that I have to tell kids, Okay, sit up, shoulders back, you know, the girls chest up, you know, and in their head is like, forward and like okay, you have like 12, a 12 pound bowling ball. That's way out here. And it's just creating biomechanically the body, you're gonna have a lot of other issues, lower back issues, mid back issues. And so just being mindful of even just your posture as well. So the the protein, the resistance training and the resistance training, you become more in tune with your, your, the physicality of your body, to your strength, your posture.   Roy Barker  20:21 And even if you can't make it to the gym, you know, there are a lot of things. And that's a great thing I keep in kind of been on this kick today about how what a great time we live in, we have so much information and things at our fingertips. But anyway, the point was, I was gonna say, we can look up ways to do the resistance training around the house with things that we have, we don't have to go buy a lot of equipment. We don't have to go to a gym, we can do it, you know, right here,   Terry  20:50 and there's a YouTube video for me, YouTube, whatever, there's something for everything.   Dr. Linda  20:54 Absolutely. And those bands come out come really handy through those really intense because you're, you're stressing the muscle throughout the full range of motion, right? Like working with free weights at the gym. It's just like, okay, you get to maximal contraction, then you just, you know, kind of release it and go back down when you're using bands. I mean, you're working the muscle and full range of motion. Oh, it's great.   Roy Barker  21:22 Yeah, and a lot of those two actually can help you incorporate that core strengthening as well, which I know that that's really important. You know, we tend to want to focus on our extremities, but that strengthen in our core, helps with balance and a lot of other things.   Dr. Linda  21:39 100% Absolutely. prevents a lot of lower back. lower back problems, which, literally, I mean, probably actually have you both experienced some back problems.   Roy Barker  21:52 Not just like, more, well, she's   Terry  21:56 got terrible I have a lower back fracture I didn't even know I ever had and then some crushed disc in my neck. And I just feel like I'm just all shriveled up already.   Roy Barker  22:05 Yeah, and I haven't had any thing like that. I mean, I was out moving some tree limbs yesterday and think I might have overdone it. So I've been kind of hobbling around like a older gentleman today.   Dr. Linda  22:19 So you're, you're a little sore today.   Roy Barker  22:22 very sore.   Terry  22:23 I feel like if I move, you know, I feel like some mornings I get up and I just don't want to move because I hurt in those certain areas. But I know once I get going, I do. Close your ears, Roy. Once I get going, I do feel I feel better afterwards. I mean, I'm gonna be tired until I address the issues, you know, like I should, I guess. But the more I move, the better I feel along the day, and I'm able to accomplish more.   Dr. Linda  22:57 And once you get going, it's kind of like okay, I'm going on, right? It's moving, it's moving. Right?   Terry  23:03 You can do this. I can do this. It can do this. I can do this.   Roy Barker  23:07 Well, sometimes it's like in life in business and health and exercise and everything. It's it's a momentum, if you can ever take that first step, the second step, and third step, they just become much easier.   Terry  23:21 Yeah.   Dr. Linda  23:21 And we have to talk to ourselves a lot of time. I mean, we all do, right. I'm not the only crazy one that's having conversations with her.   Terry  23:30 I'm my best listener. talker, not listener, I don't listen to myself, I talked to myself.   Dr. Linda  23:38 times we have some pretty intense conversations, right? I mean, in the morning, it's like, oh, you know, you really need to sleep you really need to get your rest. The other ones say get up. Yeah. And the other ones now but yeah, you went to bed late last night and it's like the the angel and the devil kind   Terry  23:57 of exactly. That is exactly what it's like. Yeah, I hope nobody is listening to what's going on in my head because I know what I'm that's it straight jack and for me, I'm going   Dr. Linda  24:10 all be committed if you can we all read each other's minds, you know, that person is thinking you look at them, like we're given the devil Look,   Terry  24:21 if you could just give them the little white bubble, you know, that says what they're thinking what what everybody's thinking, you know, with the little dots on it, and everybody's thinking this. There's a cloud. Oh, gosh. Okay, we digress. Yeah. So what's the third thing, ma'am   24:33 Third one I always tell my patients do this as well is check their ability to digest their food. Because you can be eating all this great food grass fed organic pasture raised, but if you're not digesting it, it's like you have holes in your tank. Should one have a real easy way to do this. is to take the baking de baking soda test. There's another test called the Heidelberg test, but you have to go into the doctor's office and it's like three, I think it's like 300 bucks, you swallow something in there, a little pill and then it tells you how much hydrochloric acid stomach is releasing. But if you do like a just a baking soda test, I have my patients do this like for three mornings in a row. And what they do is take about a quarter of a teaspoon of baking soda, pour it in some water, put in some water, mix it about four ounces first thing in the morning and drink it, they should get a nice, healthy belch within like the first 30 seconds minute, and within three minutes, if you don't belch there's a good likelihood that you're low in hydrochloric acid. And you need hydrochloric acid of course to stimulate instruct the whole digestive system important for gallbladder function, pancreatic output on liver function, opening and closing of different valves in the digestive tract. So said you've got to make sure that you're digesting the food that you are, you know you're eating, because then you're not extracting the nutrients. And you're not triggering the nutrient centers in the brain telling you Hey, I'm full. I've had enough. Okay. in the morning. I'll do that in the morning, then you want me know?   Terry  24:57 So it's a quarter of a teaspoon with water or ounces of water? Okay. Yeah.   Roy Barker  26:40 All right. And I got permission to belch.   Terry  26:42 Oh, my gosh, I was gonna say I don't think he has an issue. Sorry.   Roy Barker  26:51 Okay, thank you. Let's move on to Okay.   Dr. Linda  26:58 All right. Number four, we have been talking a little bit about this. But I think you've really, really have to train your mind. Because in the mornings, when there's times I normally get up at four in the morning, we like to meditate. And I remember this, I had gone to retreat, and I remember the doctors had, he's in my head saying Do you want to stay the same? Or do you want to change in the biggest time, there's two times throughout the 24 hour cycle, when your brain is more susceptible to changes subconsciously. And a lot of the things that we do on a conscious level, we can't change them on a conscious level because they're done via the subconscious level. So it's between it's right when you're waking up. And that four to five o'clock hour is when those brainwaves start to change, just like your beta brainwave, for example, is when you're awake, you're wide awake, and you're ready to go. But when you're sleeping, you're in what's called a Delta brainwave. So think about this, you're in you, you go through Delta, when you're asleep in a you're just waking up, it's called theta. And then when you're a little bit more active, it's alpha. And then when you're super active, it's beta. So you're going through that transition where your brainwaves are changing when you're just waking up. And also when you start winding down and going to bed. So that's the important time to really work on the that subconscious mind and with meditation, visualization, affirmations, speaking to yourself, recording your goals and actually listening to your goals in your own voice. super powerful.   Terry  28:55 I have heard that Yeah. Many things, but I haven't done it yet. So I don't like to lose myself in that circle. I got an excuse for everything. I hear a lot.   Dr. Linda  29:05 Yeah, do it. It's really powerful. And then, I mean, I go back and I have the recordings of podcasts that I do. like years ago before podcasting became so popular, just being on radio shows. And I'm listening to them. They just came up on my phone. I'm like, wow, who's this girl? She's smart. And I'm like, Oh my God.   Terry  29:29 That's too funny.   Dr. Linda  29:30 But just listening to your voice like no, Terry today's gonna be the best day ever today, you know, and then you're you're just you're really just speaking out to the universe what you want. Because everything we say we think has a vibrational energy has a frequency. The heart map Institute has done a study that our heart has like this big energy field. You know, and even just when you hug someone like you know, Heart to Heart instead of the side hug It's so powerful, you know. So I try to like, hug my kids and I just, you know, squeeze them. I'd rather have like a hug Heart to Heart instead of like a side hug. And it's just, you know, when you train your mind, you really can do anything as you were saying, it's like, oh, yeah, and I really, I really don't want to get up, you start finding excuses, of why you don't want to get up right?   Roy Barker  30:27 Now, so much. No, that's interesting, because, you know, I've tried meditation over the years, and just never had much success. But you know, what I think I've learned lately is that it's not going to be perfect every time. But we have to stick with it. Because you know, I have better days than not. But the other thing we added is doing it at night, right before bed for me, because it clears my head, have all these other thoughts I've got going on. But it really relaxes me and prepares me for sleep. It's interesting how that happens.   Dr. Linda  31:03 And there's so many different forms of meditation. I was at a retreat, and we were in meditation from, I want to say it was four in the morning till about eight in the morning. Wow. It went by so fast. However, yes, we were in the meditation for that long and it went by fast. And before I was just like, people were telling me that had attended the retreat. I'm like, there's no way they're like, it only felt like it was 20 minutes. And it did, it only felt like it was 20 minutes, because meditation really is just is just being aware. Well, and there's times where I'm like meditating. I'm closing my eyes, and I'm thinking about everything else I got to do. And then I just bring myself back to the present moment. And I'm like, No, no, no, no, no, just come back. And I just go, I just kind of, you know, look at my look at like, looking at something dark. And just breathe and focus on my breath. Yeah. And there's guided meditations. And you can start with the five minute meditation, just focusing on your breath, and just being aware of your breath.   Roy Barker  32:13 Yeah, that's kind of what I do that I tried to do 10 minutes, but try to really focus on that. Breathe in, in and feeling that go all the way down, not in holding it for a minute, but then actually, you know, feeling an exhale. The other thing too, is I'm a very shallow breather during the day. And so that's a good time to try to train myself to take those deep breaths. But it's hard. I have to admit, it's a challenge to keep re centered or keep in the moment, because I'm like, you, I'm thinking, Oh, when I get through with this, I need to do this and I need to do and then but it's okay. I think I've learned for me, it's okay. I just have to stay say, Okay, stop, you can think about that. When this meditation is through, you don't have to think about it right this moment. You just have to continually remind yourself and recenter   Dr. Linda  33:05 Yeah, and I think a lot of it too, goes back to just, you know, training your mind. Right, is really even the words that you're saying? Like I will, I would say so many times I can't meditate, or I hate meditating. And so those are, those are powerful affirmations in a negative way. Right? Everything we say, our body, our it's, our body encodes that. Yeah. And so we'll create situations in your life to make that true. And that's where the mindfulness and that's where training your mind. Like, I can do this. I can figure it out. There's a way if other people do have done it, I can do it. I'm not really sure how but I'm sure I can figure out a way. And then what happens you get some sort of YouTube video shows up a friend calls you get a text, something shows up a book falls off the shelf. Crazy things happen.   Terry  34:09 World runs by it's like over the hedge that movie, you know, squirrel squirrel, that's me, I can get distracted by anything.   Roy Barker  34:17 But I think that the the self talk too, is important. Because my dad used to have a saying that cat never could. And so you know, when we say I can't, it may be, you know, reframing that say how can I? Or let's figure out how we can not just I can't because   Terry  34:36 if you want to have already made up your mind,   Roy Barker  34:39 yeah, it's like whatever you tell you. When is it there's a saying about that, that you can be, you can be successful or you can be a failure. It's whatever you tell yourself. You'll make that right. You know, if you say I'm a failure, I'm a failure. Right? Yeah.   Dr. Linda  34:56 Absolutely. And as you were saying, if you say something like well I can't do that. You can just add yet. Yeah, you know, sentence or as you were saying, How do I reframe this? Or if I have questions, I have patients and people that I coach ask, you know, what would it take for me to blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah? And just throw that question out there? What would it take? And when you do that, something will show up. It's like Google, holding your brain in and it's like, oh, you know, why am I so dumb? It's like, Okay, well, your brain is gonna bring back memories of stupid things you did when you were a kid. And that's like, That's why, and why am I so awesome? Yeah, it's gonna bring you bring back situations of, well, you did this, this, this and that. So it's really, so much is really the mind training. And I think that's like a missing component. And that really should be the priority in anything that we do, whether it's business, whether it's relationships, whether it's we're trying to get healthier, lose weight, you've got to train the mind and is we're talking about my mind is, Hey, I'm an athlete. I'm not competing in the Olympics or anything, but I try to train like, I'm an athlete, so that I can show up as the best version of myself every single day. So we all need to speak to each other.   Terry  36:28 Right, that I started reading, what is it breaking the perhaps the habit of being yourself? Dr. Joe Dispenza. Oh, yes, we have heard. I mean, he has been his name has been thrown around an awful lot lately. And so   Dr. Linda  36:48 yeah, that's the seminar that I went to their slash retreat seminar that was meditation, neuroscience, and the energy in the room is just like, overwhelming me like, positive and just it's life changing. Oh, Ben week, just   Roy Barker  37:08 say is the visualization and talking to yourself that use that power for good, not evil? Because I was, I was just thinking, how could I make some a bowl of ice cream appear? No. Careful watching.   Terry  37:26 being silly. Alright, yeah. So okay, so that was the fourth one mind, train to mind.   Dr. Linda  37:36 The fifth one that thats really overlooked that your doctor probably will never tell you is very rarely unless you're a functional medicine doctor is that you know, food can heal your body.   Roy Barker  37:52 Yes,   Dr. Linda  37:52 a pill doesn't heal a you know, heal your body, it just turns up certain circuits. So you're not feeling things just like if you're in pain, it's a pain pill, but still doesn't fix the problem. And if you look at the top conditions that we're dealing with, it's really bankrupting our country, from cancer to heart disease to arthritic knees, depression, those are inflammatory conditions, diabetes, you know, die, obesity, those are all inflammatory conditions that are caused by the food we eat and its lifestyle. And so, whatever made our body sick, we can undo it because the beauty of it is we we created the problem unless you were born without let's just say without a spleen or with one kidney or without an arm. You know, though, those are other. That's those are far and few in between, compared to most people that have type two diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid issues, heart disease, those are all lifestyle and even if you have a gene a genetic predisposition for those, it's so your lifestyle choices and how you live that led it to you. There's a sane and functional medicine, it's your genes load the load the gun, but it's lifestyle that pulls the trigger. Interesting. You can have the genetic predisposition for it, but you're the outcome of it doesn't have to be like your ancestors because you're choosing to do things differently and live differently. So food can heal your body.   Roy Barker  39:38 Yeah, we are we have learned that we've talked to you know a lot of people that that is something that we truly believe and, you know, there used to be a I guess the theory or thought that you couldn't reverse type two diabetes, but I'm here to tell you that you will have a say in my opinion. You can if if you eat Right, and you move right and you do all those things. Most people, I guess, let's say the people that's lifestyle has created it, you can turn your lifestyle around.   Dr. Linda  40:11 Absolutely, yeah. 100% I have seen that and even with heart disease and show many people on medication, and I said you can, food can heal your body. Absolutely. 100%. And it doesn't really benefit a doctor to tell you that. If they're just it's typically a five or seven minute office visit. You can't teach them in that time. And why are you eating that? You know, and sometimes it's deeper than that. There's there's emotional things. And that's why go back into Well, what's going on in the mind? What are you telling yourself? What conversations are you having with yourself? What conversations are you having with everyone else around you? Both all really, they all tie in, you know, together, all five of them. But food can heal and we're talking about food in its most natural state. And well,   Terry  41:09 thats the key right there. Because it's, you know, so much of our food has just been processed and additives and, and supplements as well. So you have to be careful with your supplements if you're taking supplements, but you should try to do as much with with the whole foods first before adding a supplement. Correct?   Dr. Linda  41:33 Absolutely in in with supplements, it's there to supplement, it's very difficult to get all the nutrients that you need, unless you spend the entire day just focusing on that because the food quality today is not the same as it was 50 years ago. Even not saying like McDonald's. They weren't as bad. You know, 30 years ago, 40 years ago. It's pretty bad now and you know, so many of the fast foods I mean, it's it's fast food, and I don't even know what a hamburger costs at McDonald's and how but I'm sure like they're making a huge profit because it's the the cheapest food that you can get,   Terry  42:22 right? It's probably you know that much real beef or whatever they want to call it. And then the rest is just junk, just junk that they've thrown in. Well,   Dr. Linda  42:34 nowadays, too. There's a science to food a lot of there, there's food scientists that there's a lot of chemicals in the food that will actually trigger parts of the brain so that you're not satisfied and you just want more. And there's nutrient sensors in the brain that tells you when you're eating good food, healthy food that you've had enough to eat, and that you don't need to eat anymore. You don't junk food and chemically processed food does not have it doesn't sensor, it doesn't trigger those nutrients sensors in the brain telling you stop eating, you've had a month, it doesn't. Whereas it's really hard to sit down and eat two pounds of steak. I can sit down and eat a pound of ribeye, but I can't sit. You know. I'm sure that after a pound of ribeye, I'm like, Okay, I'm good for a while on stuff. I'm just satisfied. Yet people can eat a whole pizza. And there's no there's hardly any nutrients in that pizza. And they're just like, okay, now I've had a whole pizza and they're more like bloated   Terry  43:42 And they want dessert   Dr. Linda  43:44 They feel uncomfortable. But they still can have dessert. Yeah, they'll still keep eating.   Roy Barker  43:50 So what about these? Speaking of the, you know, food can be medicine, you see a lot of these charts that they how the different foods easily fruits and vegetables, how they align with parts of our body. You know, we've always heard about like the carrots and your eyes side. Tomato, I think it's tomatoes and your heart. But there are some really good infographics out there that have that is is there some validity to that?   Dr. Linda  44:22 You know, that's a good question. We used to share that with people. Honestly, I think a lot of it is more just encouraging people to to eat more of the real food. It's like okay, if if like you say carrots are good for the eyes. Okay, what does that just mean? If I have a little sliver of carrot, I'm good to go. It's where we have to look at Well, how much of carrots right for your eyes, you know, what state and so forth. So, yeah, a lot of the vegetables and fruits there's a lot of vitamins in them and minerals. And how much do you have to eat of that too? Right? Well, there, there is some validity to that. But a lot of the studies don't really show Well, what's the quantity that you have to consume? Is that 100 grams, 200 grams, then we really are getting into the science of all that.   Terry  45:19 Well, then if you have, you know, like one of those, if you have something like type two diabetes, or thyroid issue, or hypothyroidism or hypertension, then you have to worry about, like, the fruit, the sugar and the fruits and which, which of those break it down even further to which of those fruits actually are going to be more beneficial to you?   Dr. Linda  45:45 Absolutely, absolutely. Yes, you, especially a person that's a diabetic, they'll say, Oh, yeah, I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. And it's, it's like six cups of fruit a day, and maybe like their vegetables considered a carrot, or corn or potato. Like sorry, that's not a vegetable doesn't count like is your vegetable serving. And so really, everything is customized for each person to figure out, you know, what works for Terry, what works for Roy, you may be on two different eating templates. Like, my eating template is different than my husband. And it's funny, because he's like, Okay, what eating? What eating plan are you on? Now? What are you doing now, and I'm like, I'm always rotating, because it's like, the Four Seasons, right? It's like summer, a lot of people eat more vegetables, you lean out more winter, you put on the winter coat, because you're probably you know, eating more, you're eating just more probably snacking on things because you're inside more. When the summer you know, you're outdoors more. So I'm always changing my, my palate changes a lot. And so I rotate the foods that I eat as well. Sometimes I'll be carnivore, where I'm just eating meat. And there was a time where I was a vegetarian, there was time when I was vegan. And there were different times in my life, where I was just doing something different. And it just didn't work for me, it was okay, I was I when I'm like, Okay, I'm gonna go back and do plant based. And then 20 years later, I decided to plant base for just a short period of time. And I'm it just it did not agree with me. I was I felt horrible. My skin was horrible. I got bloated, and I'm like, there's no way I'm going to continue to do this. And for me, and for my body chemistry, it just it didn't agree with it. And we tend to forget that. I'm not sure if you're familiar with like lectin. And, you know, in plants there's, you have, plants can't hide, they can't run away from us. So they have their own little defense system. And if we eat them, it's like, hey, they have their internal defense system, like phytates. Whereas like an animal, you know, that's going to be our dinner, but they can run right into for us in euphoria to eat plants. We're still eating something that doesn't want to be eaten. So it's really looking at each once again, like when I work with patients, it's like, Okay, I need to know their history. What you do have kids, what's your ancestry? What medication are you on? What is your goal? To figure out what eating template works for them? And then we just tweak it as as we go. And just depends on what is the goal when you try to diminish some of the cardiovascular issues you have or you know, control blood sugar, it's just like you want to optimize your thyroid because even like, you mentioned some before Terry about with thyroid, sometimes women who have too many cruciferous vegetables, it can inhibit that whole fibroid on conversion. Right. So yeah, there's a lot to this.   Roy Barker  49:02 Yeah, and then so OK, I think the other important part that you've mentioned is it's okay to tweak, you know, we we can start down a path. And it may not be working exactly the way we need or want it to, but maybe it just takes a little tweak to, you know, get it just to that right spot. And that gets back to I'm sure. You know, you encourage people keep that keep an eating diary. So we know what you're putting in if you're testing your blood, you know, test your blood sugar's you stay on top of your blood pressure, and then you can see how you're eating affects all these things.   Dr. Linda  49:41 Absolutely.   Terry  49:43 And how, Okay, can we I know there's so much to talk about, but I do want to make sure upon this too. So five reasons that you're not losing weight. Oh.   Dr. Linda  49:56 All right. Well, let me run those really quickly. Yeah. Come on down, especially with women as we get older, but one is having low thyroid function. Remember thyroid is a low butterfly gland here that, that really you have thyroid receptor sites and every cell in your body and they are responsible for the basal metabolic rate. So how fast everything goes? Sure, if you have low thyroid, no matter if you're eating clean, you're exercising but you don't address your thyroid. And then you're going to continue to struggle with that. And I've seen that Peto people that go, keto, paleo, they do plant based, they do vegetarian. And I'm like, well, you're if you're, if you don't know your thyroid markers and women, the reason women start to have more thyroid issues as we get older is because our estrogen levels drop, right? We need estrogen for healthy thyroid function. And because of stress that'll interfere with that. So low thyroid would be number two low iron levels as well. I will see that with a lot of women who they don't want to eat, you know, animal products because they they've been told the the narrative is eating meat is bad for you eating meats gonna cause cancer, eating meats gonna raise your cholesterol So I often ask people my goal. How often are you eating like a steak or ribeye? Well, I don't eat red meat. I eat really healthy. I'm like, Well, whatmakes you think they're red meat is not healthy. You know? It's kind of like having you know, why is chicken healthy? And why is beef? not healthy? Why steak not? It's more looking at? Well, how was the animal raised? animal was raised on what steroids antibiotics? Does it make the chicken healthy? No!   Terry  51:46 Right? What kind of meat it is? process? Just foods.   Dr. Linda  51:51 Yep. So the low thyroid, the low iron levels, we see a lot of that you need to have healthy iron levels in order for your thyroid to work properly. And of course, we have all time, low iron levels, you're tired a lot of the time and if you're tired, you're not going to want to exercise. You get lazy, you get complacent, you know you're irritable. You're grumpy. So you just don't feel good.   Terry  52:13 What do you got the funny look in his eye like, No,   Roy Barker  52:17 no, no, no, no, I'm just saying. You know that that's the way that goes with, you know, with sleep that starts the downfall of, you know, grumpy not x not wanting to go exercise just leads to a lot of places. Yes,   Terry  52:31 I'm sorry.   Dr. Linda  52:32 Another one is even on we talked about and if you're not eating enough protein. So I know that I've gone through that even with patients. It's just like people do keto and keto is very high fat, kind of moderate protein. I like to do more of a higher protein, higher fat and then drop down their fat so that fat is just for the purpose so they can feel full.   Terry  52:57 Okay,   Dr. Linda  52:57 break your sugar cravings. And then number four would be stress. You know, stress can be physical stress, chemical, emotional stress, and like you were saying, Roy, I mean, one of the physical stressors is not eating, not sleeping enough not getting adequate sleep, right? Because a lot of healing fat burning occurs while you're sleeping. Yeah, your body's recuperate. Anytime that we're awake, your body's in a catabolic state mean it's, it's breaking down. Anytime we're resting, we're sleeping. We're in an anabolic state, meaning we're recovering. We're building muscle recuperating. So stress the physical, chemical, emotional chemicals, you know, everything that we're eating everything we're putting on her skin, everything in their environment, and emotional comes with our relationships. The most important relationship is the one that you're having with yourself. After that, that mindset and the positive self talk and creating a mind movie a life movie, a life script of what would you want your What was your What is your ideal life, like, and visualizing and seeing it and hear it every single day? It's like, man, I tell everyone, I said I have the best husband in the world. I said, because every morning I just I say that I'm like, I'm so grateful. I have the best husband in the world. So I tease them and I tell him I'm hypnotizing you every day. He is and he's an awesome husband, you know, and then the other one that we overlook and a lot of people overlook and you're hearing more and more of this now or gut infections. I don't know how much you you're learning about, you know, interviewing all these people, but gut infections are huge with parasites bacterial H. pylori, when you're not making enough hydrochloric acid to digest the food, she'll get infections are huge, and I really believe that that's one of the one test that everybody should do and kind of connecting this with COVID. You know, a lot of it has to do with your immune system. And because a lot of people ask me well about COVID, and the shedding and all this, and I'm like, you know what a virus is going to thrive in a weak environment. And it's always looking for a weak host. And guess what 60 80% of your immune system is in your gut. How many doctors are checking your gut for infections? Very few. And that's one thing that's so overlooked. And I think I would prefer running a GI map a stool test over on blood tests sometimes and probably would get better results with patients. Because when you have gut issues, you're going to address that with what diet?   Terry  54:17 That's great.  Right? That's right.   Roy Barker  55:43 Yeah, that's those are two things that I think we have learned or I'll speak for me, those are two things I have learned as we've done the show gut health, because like you said, was it 70 or 80% of our immune system starts there. And the other one is inflammation. It's like inflammation seems to be you know, the bane of all bad things that happened to our body. Start with the inflation.   Dr. Linda  56:11 Yeah. Your body says, Yeah, when your body's inflamed when you're inflamed. Guess what? You will end up with a leaky gut. And when you there's the gut brain connection as well. So when you have leaky gut, you have leaky brain. Oh,   Terry  56:25 yeah.   Dr. Linda  56:26 Huge connection with that. Yeah. So inflammation impacts the gut is well, right,   Roy Barker  56:32 right. Excuse me.   Terry  56:34 Yeah. Oh, my gosh, I remember we had a we we've had a few guests that have talked about leaky gut leaky brain. But recently, we had we had an is Delia neurologists. She's neurologist, she's dead. She's something to do with neurology. I can't think of exactly what her title is.   Dr. Linda  56:57 And even a lot of psychologists now are starting to work with their patients even address them. And psychiatrists, instead of giving them medications just like, hey, they're running more labs now. And even a person that's depressed can have low iron levels, and they're like you're depressed and the low iron levels or have low functioning thyroid, and they want to put them on some sort of medications, like, Okay, my low iron levels, and my low thyroid levels are also connected to my diet.   Roy Barker  57:26 Right? Yeah, exactly. Well, I know we're running way long. But we did want to get those last ones in there. And we certainly do appreciate that. Did you have something else, Terry?   Terry  57:38 No, no, that was great. I know, I can talk to you all night and get leaky brain. I'm like, oh, gosh, now I gotta go worry about I gotta take my omega 369 oil right after this. Working on that I'm working on not getting all timers or dementia. Working on all of that in my gut.   Roy Barker  57:58 Dr. Linda, we'll have to have you back on we could like I said, we could go on for another hour very easily. But yeah, we thank you for your time. What is a habit? Or a tool? What is something that you do or use every day in your life that you feel like adds a lot of value professional or personal?   Dr. Linda  58:18 gratitude? Excuse me, lets you know, excuse me?   Terry  58:36 Oh, my goodness.   Dr. Linda  58:39 I'm okay. Okay.   Terry  58:42 Gratitude isn't like good. I mean, that that is a really good one. I have to remind myself all the time with my angel on my devil on my shoulder saying gratitude, gratitude, gratitude. You have to if you don't if you're not grateful, then we'll have to look at the good things that are happening because everything else will pile on and it'll become a bad situation   Roy Barker  59:09 you know, even on our worst days, you know, we have to remember there's somebody that's got it much much worse than we do we have a sha you know, we have third world or first world problems, you know, we've got shelter, we've got food. But you know, we worry about the internet not working or the computer not being fast enough. So yeah, we really need to watch that because that just adds to needless stress and I'm in that person. So I'm speaking from personal experience there for sure.   Dr. Linda  59:41 so grateful that I still have my voice for some reason. I need water.   Terry  59:48 That's right, that just goes to show you you can never drink too much water right.   Roy Barker  59:55 Alright, so who do you like to work with? How can you help And then of course, how can they reach out and get a hold of you?   Dr. Linda  1:00:03 Well, I would say the people that are willing to take responsibility, so I'm losing my voice here, fitness. Or say people that are willing to take responsibility and are ready to make a change. Okay. Yeah. And most people that come to me have been to, oh, gosh, 7,7,8,9, sometimes even 10 doctors before, you know, they come and see me. And they're at their wit's end that see if I can get my voice back here. They're kind of at their wit's end of just, they don't know what to do anymore. Excuse me. And the best way to to get ahold of us is just go to our website, Dr. Linda Marquez.com   Roy Barker  1:00:57 Okay. All right. Great. Well, and we will include that in the show notes. Again, thank you so much for your time. It's been very educational and enlightening. Yeah, we appreciate that very   Terry  1:01:07 much.   Dr. Linda  1:01:07 Thank you both. And I appreciate what you're doing, and just how you're sharing the information and bringing on guests to educate and help other people and just contributing to the good of this world. So I want to acknowledge you both and thank you for that.   Roy Barker  1:01:23 You bet.   Terry  1:01:24 So glad to have had you on here and we'd love to have you back. You've bee a wealth of information   Roy Barker  1:01:31 well, we never talked, I wanted to also talk about energy. You talked a little bit about that. That's something we've learned a lot about as well. So next time we can do that.   Dr. Linda  1:01:39 Sounds good.   Roy Barker  1:01:40 Alright, that's gonna do it for another episode of Feeding fatty. Of course, I am Roy. I'm   Terry  1:01:44 I'm Terry   Roy Barker  1:01:45 You can find us at www.feedingfatty.com we're on all the major podcast platforms, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Spotify, for not a one that you listen to let me know I'd be glad to get it added to make it easier for you to listen. Also, we're on all the major social media platforms probably tend to hang out on Instagram a little more than the other. So reach out we'd love to interact with you over there. Also, a video of this interview will go up on our YouTube channel, go over there and check it out. Until next time, take care of yourself and take care of your health.   www.feedingfatty.com www.drlindamarquez.com  

Con Intencion
062. Adueñarte de tu salud - con Yami Navarro

Con Intencion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 57:23


Yami y Ani tienen esta conversación íntima sobre su camino individual hacia una alimentación más saludable, y la relación que esta tiene con las emociones. También comparten ejemplos de cómo llevamos esto a la crianza CON INTENCIÓN. Spoiler: mi tip favorito de la entrevista fue el de asociar las actividades favoritas de nuestros hijos a las comidas y cómo nos habilitan esas actividades. Menciono las 5 señales que recomienda Ximy González para saber si una comida le hace bien a tu cuerpo son: ¿te sientes energizado/con sueño? ¿Tienes claridad mental/flojera mental? ¿Tengo antojo de azúcar o no? ¿Me siento satisfecho durante horas o vuelvo a tener hambre rápido? ¿Me siento emocionalmente estable o ansioso/malhumorado/deprimido? Recursos para profundizar: El episodio de The HEAL podcast con Zach Bush La cuenta @inspiralizedkids para inspirarte en la presentación de los platos de tus niños. “Los pensamientos son el lenguaje de la mente y las emociones el lenguaje del cuerpo.” - Cita de Joe Dispenza que me voló la cabeza. Y de acuerdo con este tema, me recomendó el libro: The Body Keeps the Score de Bessel Van del kolk Los estudios de Weston Price Foundation donde aparece toda la investigación, recetas, etc. También les reitero lo fan que soy del trabajo de Ximy González y aquí les comparto dos entrevistas que le he hecho: sobre ¿cómo gestionar tu poder? cómo Nuestro cuerpo nos habla Además con mucha emoción te cuento que mi libro Mía, suya, tuya va viento en popa, puedes apuntarte para recibir updates o comprarlo aquí anieskildsen.com _____________________________________________ Conoce más sobre mi en @anieskildsen Puedes comprar mi libro Mía, suya, tuya en anieskildsen.com Agenda una entrevista para coaching conmigo en este link. Para niños: www.cacaocamps.com & @cacaocamps

Alchemy of Heart Podcast
145: 2022 Energies & New Moon in Capricorn - New Moon Musings

Alchemy of Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 68:50


Hello beauties, after taking a break I'm back. HAPPY NEW YEAR. I wish for all of you in this year that you gather your strength, your power, will power, your faith and walk the path of integrity and truth.  2022 is a master year of learning our lessons and make the real change happen. That being said, a lot of us will feel the call to move out of old structures and will form new connections and relationships. There will be a lot of movement and deconstruction happening. Especially in the first 4 months we'll have a grand awakening. Which is a good thing, but it will also bring up a lot of old trauma that we need to deal with, face, mend and heal. This year is radical in terms of growth and stretching our comfort zones.  This year is about truth and stepping into a new understanding of all the relationships we have with everything and everyone.  Listen in. I also give you a little personal update on my travels to Mexico in December and my lesson in surrendering, plus you also get your card reading at the end of the episode. Here are your timestamps: Card 1 - 49:34 Card 2 - 58:53 Subscribe to my Goddess Letter Connect with me on: Instagram: @naturalwomanalchemy Facebook: @naturalwomanalchemy Pinterest: @naturalwomanalchemy Website: www.naturalwomanalchemy.com Inquiries & Collabs: Email: info@naturalwomanalchemy.com Love, Nadine Resources:  Oracle Card Deck: Goddess Power Oracle by Colette Baron Reid Bruce Lipton on Gaia https://www.gaia.com/series/inner-evolution Poem by Blueroseoracles: @blueroseoraclesxx   Related Episode:  106: Body Image - My Personal Journey to Self-Acceptance 123: The 555 Portal - Great Opportunities & Personal Growth 140: Full Moon in Aries & Goddess Card Reading - Full Moon Musings 137: Full Moon in Pisces & Card Reading - Full Moon Musings 136: Blue Moon Musings & Goddess Card Reading 135: Lion's Gate, New Moon in Leo & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 133: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Aquarius - Energy Reading & Card Reading 131: New Moon in Cancer, Energies & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 130: 130: New Moon in Gemini & Solar Eclipse & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 127: SuperMoon in Sagittarius & Total Lunar Eclipse & Energy Reading - Full Moon Musings 126: How Applying Dr. Joe Dispenza's Formula Changed My Life prt. 2 049: How Applying Dr. Joe Dispenza's Formula Has Shifted My Life & Spiritual Practice (Solo) 123: The 555 Portal - Great Opportunities & Personal Growth 122: Supermoon in Scorpio & Energy Reading - Full Moon Musings 118: New Moon in Aries & Energy Update April & Reading - New Moon Musings  116: Supermoon in Libra, Energy Update & Reading - Full Moon Musings  112: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Virgo - Inner & Outer Cleanse 105: Full Moon Musings - Go Big for Your Dreams - Full Moon in Leo 104: The Power Of Our Words - Self Love Sundays 103: Moon Musings, Personal Update & Believing In Miracles 102: It's All a Matter of Perspective - Self Love Sundays 098: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Cancer & Building a Strong Emotional Foundation 092: New Moon Musings - New Moon in Sagittarius & Total Solar Eclipse, Current Energies & Big Shift 089: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Gemini, Partial Lunar Eclipse 084: Time For Beauty Sleep - Self Love Sundays 083: New Moon Musings - New Moon in Scorpio: Unravelling; Manifesting Heart's Desires; Time for Self-Pleasure & Deep Connection 077: Full Moon Musings - Samhain/Halloween, Full Moon in Taurus, Magick, Ancestors, Goddess Invocation 073: Embodiment Ritual for Balance, Vitality & Self-Acceptance - Self Love Sundays 020: The Basics Of Astrology - How Your Natal Chart Can Help You Understand Who You Are with Joyce Mordoh

10 Million Journey
#210: 2021 Christmas Panel - Eric Lott, John Guenther, Vanessa Hung and John Cavendish

10 Million Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 69:36


Today, we have a traditional 10 MJ Christmas Roundtable with some familiar faces and some new ones. We have my good friend and founder of Product Launcher John Guenther, Eric Lott, who is an amazon seller mostly doing wholesale, he shared an incredible story moving from teacher to 7-figure amazon seller, that you can find on the podcast, Vanessa Hung top expert for Amazon's unsexy tasks such as dealing with flat files, getting accounts unsuspended, etc and John Cavendish is the CEO of Seller Candy, which is the Expert Amazon Operations arm of an Amazon business. Today, we are going to talk about 2021, what happened with our business, with our lives, and with Amazon. Link from the episode:  Vanessa Farnam Street - https://fs.blog/   Books recommended:   John Guenther   “Principles For Dealing With The Changing World Order: Why Nations Succeed And Fail” by Ray Dalio - https://www.amazon.com/Principles-For-Dealing-With-The-Changing-World-Order?tag=10mj-20 “The 1% Rule: How To Fall In Love With The Process And Achieve Your Wildest Dreams” by Tommy Baker - https://www.amazon.com/The-1%-Rule?tag=10mj-20 Eric Lott “Breaking The Habit Of Being Yourself: How To Lose Your Mind And Create A New One” by Joe Dispenza - https://www.amazon.com/Breaking-The-Habit-Of-Being-Yourself?tag=10mj-20 “The Storyteller: Tales Of Life And Music” by Dave Grohl - https://www.amazon.com/The-Storyteller?tag=10mj-20 Vanessa Hung “The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide To Wealth And Happiness” by Eric Jorgenson - https://www.amazon.com/Almanack-Of-Naval-Ravikant?tag=10mj-20 “Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business” by Gino Wickman - https://www.amazon.com/Traction-Get-A-Grip-On-Your-Business?tag=10mj-20 “Think Again: The Power Of Knowing What You Don't Know” by Adam Grant - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Again-The-Power-Knowing-What-You-Don't-Know?tag=10mj-20 John Cavendish “The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection” by Michael Singer - https://www.amazon.com/The-Surrender-Experiment?tag=10mj-20 “Autobiography Of A Yogi (Self-Realization Fellowship) by Paramahansa Yogananda - https://www.amazon.com/Autobiography-Of-A-Yogi?tag=10mj-20 “The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy” by William Strauss - https://www.amazon.com/The-Fourth-Turning-An-American-Prophecy?tag=10mj-20 Anatoly “Eat A Peach: A Memoir” by David Chang - https://www.amazon.com/Eat-A-Peach-A-Memoir?tag=10mj-20 “The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself” by Michael Singer - https://www.amazon.com/The-Untethered-Soul?tag=10mj-20 “Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action” by Simon Sinek - https://www.amazon.com/Start-With-Why?tag=10mj-20   Connect with guests: John G. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-guenther Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jguenth555/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/john.guenther Company Website: Product Launcher - https://www.getproductlauncher.com/   Eric   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theresellingteacher/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theresellingteacher/ Vanessa LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessaamazonproblemsolver/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fulltimeamazon Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fulltime.amazon/ Blogs - https://fulltimeamazon.medium.com/ Company Website and Social Media: Online Seller Solutions - https://www.onlinesellersolutions.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/onlinesellersolutions/ John C. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thejohncavendish/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jgcuk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejohncavendish/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/johngcavendish Company Website and Social Media: Seller Candy - https://sellercandy.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sellercandy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SellerCandyPro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sellercandyamz/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/videos   Want to sit down with Anatoly 1 on 1 ? Even though I keep saying I AM NOT A GURU, many of you ask to sit down and pick my brain. I have decided to do a 1h HELP calls. There are 2 purposes: 1st to support you in your journey and second also to be able to break even on the production of this podcast (each episode editing, marketing, guest research etc takes about $60 - $150 to produce). Now you can schedule 1h with me, and we can talk about launching products, hiring, product research, keywords, mindset, how I did an Ironman or anything at all. Link is here - https://calendly.com/anatolyspektor/anatoly-connsulting-1h    ANATOLY's TOOLS:   Product Development: Helim10 - I use it for  Product Research, Keyword tracking and Listing Optimization .  SPECIAL DEAL: Get 50% your first month or 10% every month: http://bit.ly/CORNERSIIH10  Pickfu - I use it for split testing all of my products and for validation ideas .  SPECIAL DEAL: First split test 50% 0ff  https://www.pickfu.com/10mj   Trademarking: Trademark Angels - For all my trademarking needs.  SPECIAL: Mention Anatoly and 10MJ podcast and get 10% Off your trademark.   HR: Fiverr -  I hire my 3dMockup person and images label designer here on Fiverr - http://bit.ly/10mjFIVERR Upwork - I hire people long term on Upwork - upwork.com  Loom.com - for creating SOP's, I record everything on Loom and give to my VA's Keepa.com - to track historical data such as prices   ANATOLY's  3 Favorite  Business Books: DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson - I think this is a must read for every online entrepreneurs - http://bit.ly/10MJDotCom 4 hours work week by Tim Ferriss  - This book changed my life and made my become an entrepreneur - http://bit.ly/10MJ4WW The Greatest Salesman In The World  by Og Mandino - Old book but it goes to the core of selling -  http://bit.ly/10MJGREATSM    DISCLAIMER: Some Links are affiliate, it costs you nothing, but helps to keep this podcast on the float   Have questions? Go to https://www.10millionjourney.com Follow us on Instagram: @10millionjourney

Der Panzerknacker - DER Finanz Podcast von Markus Habermehl
Online Business aufbauen - so wurde er mit Kuckucksuhren erfolgreich

Der Panzerknacker - DER Finanz Podcast von Markus Habermehl

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 42:30


www.panzerknacker-podcast.com/kuckuck Claus-Stefan Duffner ist selbstständiger Digital Business Mentor und Gründer der ISDD GmbH. Seit über 2 Jahrzehnten unterstützt er Menschen und Unternehmen dabei, ihr skalierbares digitales Herzensbusiness aufzubauen. Als Diplom-Informatiker kennt er die technische Seite und paart diese mit Herzensenergie und 5D Tools. Dein Pitch Ich unterstütze andere dabei, sich ein gestandenes Online-Business aufzubauen. Womit und wie verdienst Du Dein Geld? Mit einem Online Shop für Kuckucksuhren und mit meinen Digital Business Mentorings. Wie wichtig ist für Dich Geld? / Macht Geld glücklich? Ist wichtig, aber das Wichtigste für mich ist, dass Geld Freiheit bedeutet. Aus diesem Grund würde ich auch sagen, dass Geld glücklich macht. www.panzerknacker-podcast.com/kuckuck Was war Dein schlimmster Moment als Investor? Als ich eine Standuhr für 6.000 Euro nach Russland gesendet habe und dann herauskam, dass es Kreditkartenbetrug war. Wie hast Du es geschafft, Deine Leidenschaft zu finden? Durch die Diagnose Zysten auf der Schilddrüse habe ich erkannt, dass ich mehr sprechen darf und wurde Digital Business Mentor, Speaker und Podcaster. Wie triffst Du Entscheidungen? Aus dem Herzen heraus. Wenn ich dann meine Entscheidungen getroffen habe, gehe ich sie mit ganzer Kraft an. Wie bekommst Du Deinen „inneren Schweinehund“ in den Griff? Wenn ich es erledigt habe, ist es leichter. www.panzerknacker-podcast.com/kuckuck Verabschiedung Schnell in die Umsetzung kommen und dranbleiben. Den Weg gehen bis zum Ziel. Brich auf keinen Fall ab, nur weil es mal schwierig wird. Kontaktdaten des Interviewpartners https://www.clausstefanduffner.com post (at) clausstefanduffner.com Facebook-Gruppe Digital Heart Business https://www.facebook.com/groups/digitalheartbusiness Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC78QJFJsBM1X7WIiD2rmS7Q/ Podcast: https://clausstefanduffner.com/podcast/ Instagram: https://clausstefanduffner.com/instagram Deine Warenübersicht von Claus-Stefan: isdd.de  Rabattcode für alle Hörer: PANZERKNACKER Deine Buchempfehlung Werde Übernatürlich - Dr. Joe Dispenza

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
How To Use The Power Of Your Mind For Spontaneous Healing with Dr. Joe Dispenza

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 70:55


This episode is sponsored by Rupa Health and ButcherBox.I've always been fascinated by the concept of human potential and the mind-body connection. Time and time again, I've seen that mindset is a defining factor in how successful my patients are on their healing journey. The mind-body connection is a powerful one, so much so that there are numerous reports of spontaneous remission of chronic pain and diseases when people change their headspace. Digging into our subconscious thoughts and beliefs and redefining how we see our future can have real, long-lasting impacts on our physical health. I was so excited to sit down with Dr. Joe Dispenza to talk about his work in mind-body medicine, helping people overcome their biggest obstacles and form new, healthy, limitless lives. Dr. Joe's passion can be found at the intersection of the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses that knowledge to teach people how to heal their bodies of health conditions, make significant changes in their lives, and evolve their consciousness.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and ButcherBox.Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. Check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account here. This holiday, ButcherBox is proud to give new members 2 pounds of ground beef in your first box plus $10 off. To receive this offer, go to ButcherBox.com/farmacy. Here are more of the details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): How Dr. Joe first became interested in studying spontaneous remissions (8:10 / 5:09) Changing your reality requires changing yourself (10:42 / 7:39)How your past can control your present and keep you unwell, and how to break free from it (14:08 / 11:07) Moving out of stress to an elevated state of bliss, love, and ecstasy (23:15 / 20:07) Rewiring your brain to break habitual thought and emotional patterns (28:44 / 25:18)The power of using mental rehearsal to create our present and future reality (32:49 / 27:36) The four necessary elements of healing your body with your mind (40:58 / 37:47) Why practicing gratitude is a gateway to improving our health and wellbeing (43:27 / 40:18) How our thoughts can change our gene expression (51:57 / 48:22) Remarkable stories of healing and spontaneous remissions (1:01:18 / 58:20) Learn more about Dr. Joe Dispenza, his online course, Dr. Joe Live, live events, and more at www.drjoedispenza.com and follow him on Facebook @DrJoeDispenzaOfficialNewsFanPage, on Instagram @drjoedispenza, and Twitter @drjoedispenza. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
How To Use Food To Prevent & Beat Disease w/Dr. William Li EP 1207

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 73:39


Today's guest is Dr. William Li. He's a world-renowned physician, scientist, and speaker. His groundbreaking work has impacted more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity. His TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has reached more than 11 million views. He has served on the faculties of Harvard Medical School, Tufts University, and Dartmouth Medical School and he's also the best-selling author of EAT TO BEAT DISEASE – The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself.In this episode we discuss the science behind using food to beat diseases, the five different defense systems that our body has, the importance of the gut microbiome, the top foods to help you live longer, the harmful foods that cause the most inflammation and disease, the groundbreaking discovers Dr. Li is expecting us to find in the next 10 years and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1207Get Dr. Li's book: https://drwilliamli.com/book-li/Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

the artisan podcast
ep25 | the artisan podcast | keith roberts | creator of the oak journal

the artisan podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 35:38


Check out our episode with Keith Roberts, Entrepreneur | Author & Keynote Speaker | Creator of the Oak Journal.   We chat about creativity, mentorship, entrepreneurship and so much more/----more---- Katty: I'm so excited to interview a good friend, Keith Roberts, an incredible creative and the creator of The Oak Journal, for this session of the Artisan Podcast. Hello, Keith, welcome. Keith: It's an honor to be here, thanks for having me. Katty: I'd love to start the conversation, Keith about you as a creative and how you got your start and then we'll make that move into where you are today with The Oak Journal. Keith: Great. So my start, I actually went to Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, where I got a degree in Industrial Scientific Photography with a minor in Undersea Photography, so really applicable to the real world….sarcasm there!   I think one of the many gifts that I took away that was a life changer for me with Brooks was the level of presentation and professionalism that was required. It was easy to get into Brooks Institute of Photography, it was incredibly hard to graduate. There were 58 students in my class and 12 graduated. If you got to C you failed, you had to retake the class. A second C you were expelled.  So they were really about making exceptional artists and not about just making money, which I really appreciate, and being somebody that's owned an agency for 25 years and seeing what a lot of the schools turn out now that are based on profit versus not, really instilling what the students need to have a successful career as a creative. That was enormous for me. The other thing that I took away from that was, you know, a very special relationship with the founder of the school, Ernest Brooks. I minored in Undersea Photography and I got to spend several months living on a boat diving every day with a gentleman who has, you know, an exhibit in the Smithsonian Institute for his underwater photography. We had Jean-Michel Cousteau, Jacques Cousteau's son, dove with us for several expeditions. So the taste for once-in-a-lifetime experiences, I got at a very early age. Katty: Oh my gosh I got goosebumps. That's incredible to have that opportunity at such a young age, that just opened up the whole world for you to be able to look at everything through their eyes too. Keith: Yeah, and I would say it also set an expectation that I did not want to have an ordinary life. I remember to this day at my grandmother's trailer in rural Indiana she had a poster of the poem, The Road Less Traveled. And I always remember that last verse “Two roads diverged in a road and I took the road less traveled by and that has made all the difference” and that was an early opportunity to see when everybody else is sitting in a classroom or working on being an engineer, which was the safe job in the 90s you know, and my dad was an engineer, and that was the safe route to go..what was possible if you really followed your passion. Katty: Beautiful. And I know that, unfortunately, Ernest Brooks passed away recently. And you wrote a beautiful tribute about him. Can you talk a little bit about mentorship and just kind of what that meant for you to be under the tutelage of this incredible person? Keith: Absolutely, and thank you for giving me the opportunity to continue to honor Ernie. He was one of the many mentors that I've continued to work with. It was a gift and I think, realizing as a Buddhist, I believe that there is no such thing as a coincidence, but when the student is ready to teach her presents itself and I think there are so many lost opportunities when people don't realize that there's this synchronicity happening all around them.  And so, with Ernie Brooks, I remember something specifically said that the boat we lived on was “Just Love.” and he said, “The time we spend upon just love is not deducted from our lives.” And it still chokes me up to this day, and I think that's why he lived to be as long as he did is because he spent so much time on that gorgeous boat.  But mentorship is essential and it's not something that ends with the first. Ernie sent me on a path, but at Brooks, I met Lapsom, who was somebody that worked with the Dalai Lama, and he put me on a path from being a devout atheist to finding Buddhism and changing the entire path of my life. Even though Lapsom was very briefly, in my life. And then there was a gentleman, Dave Larsen. I assisted a couple photographers Vic Huber and Bob Carey, those were also mentors that helped me continue to push what I wanted to be as a professional, but when I broke out and started working as a photographer, stock photography was really decimating the market and a lot of established photographers were closing and so I spent a year as a starving artist, and then had to get a real job. And that's how I got into doing design, where I met my next mentor, a gentleman named Dave Larsen. He saw me as a designer that, head down when things weren't going to get accomplished by my peers, I would jump in and make sure that we hit our deadlines, and he was the one that actually gave me the opportunity to move to Denver, he promoted me within that organization that was acquired by Equifax. And then the next step was EO and the mentors like Warren Rustand and having those people that continue to inspire you to tears. Katty: Well said. EO for the audience is the Entrepreneurs Organization, a network of about 16,000 members entrepreneurs across the globe, and that's how Keith and I know each other. We're both members of EO, and have a lot of people, a lot of mentors in common. Warren Rustand is the gentleman that Keith just talked about. So, obviously, the influence of all of these incredible people has created an indelible impact on you, one that you carry with you still today. When and who kind of lit that spark of entrepreneurship for you?  Keith: That's a really good question. I don't know. Actually, I do. I remember in seventh grade. The funny thing is it wasn't really inspirational, it was my accounting teacher or some class that I had and I remember he explained a definition of an entrepreneur, and it was horrible. It was somebody that was going to have many failures before they have a success, probably have, you know, one or multiple bankruptcies. I mean he really described an entrepreneur as an atrocious choice to make in your life, and I remember sitting in that class and being like, “Huh, I think that's me”. Going against the grain, not following the rules, and facing insurmountable odds with optimism. So it was sort of an adverse inspiration. Katty: I love that. I absolutely love that. You can see this on my wall, it says “dwell in possibilities.” It's my absolute favorite quote, and that's what entrepreneurship is all about. There is a possibility out there so let's go and do it. Katty: I love that. At what point in your career after you were working and obviously studying photography, making the move to design and working for Dave Larsen. At what point did you say okay now I'm ready to start my own agency? Keith: It was actually serendipity, so I had been doing some stuff as Zenman, as a freelancer, while I was working at Equifax, which is where I worked for Dave Larsen. And then they had moved me from California to Denver when the merger happened. Like with most acquisitions they within six months realize the redundancies that they'd acquired and they'd also moved us out here. So, I always had the goal that before I was 30 I wanted to be my own boss, to have my own business, to be an entrepreneur. And I actually was given a freeroll, I had a six-month runway, it was pre-September 11, the economy was great. Based on my management level, I had a half-year runway. I looked at that opportunity like once in a lifetime, I'm never going to be given this gift again. I took my severance package I tore up my resume, never to be edited or used again, and formed Zenman as official business. Katty: It's one thing though to go from being a solopreneur, and to running and creating one. Having employees, having that responsibility for other people, beyond just yourself. When did you make that transition? Keith: That was a couple of years later. So for the first three years, it was just me, it was called Zenman because I was the Buddhist creative guy I was the Zenman. But then as we started adding employees and scaling, you're absolutely right, two things happened; my stress level increased exponentially and my personal income decreased catastrophically. And it probably took five years to get back to where I was after adding that overhead and that did not alleviate the peaks and valleys that came with a service-based industry.  We weren't doing a lot of recurring revenue at the time, so each month it was eat what you kill, and it was feast or famine, many times. And I would even say past that, so that was eight years into the business. It was another five years before I joined EO, that I really learned how to be an entrepreneur. The first decade was stubbornness, willingness to work 100 plus hours a week, which led to, you know, illness and all sorts of issues. But it was actually learning how to run a business, learning how to be a leader, even learning what EBITA meant, which I didn't know the first 10 years. These things are essential, but we don't know them all right out of the bat. We weren't taught those and you know photography school or, you know, wherever we go.  Katty: I think you bring up a really good point, in terms of kind of what, what has been taught currently in art schools. For artists and creatives, as a whole really putting their practice and their expertise in the various programs that they use, you know, whether it be Adobe Creative Cloud or Figma or whatever it may be, but not to forget the business side of them because so many of them are solopreneurs and are running their own freelance business; to really have a good understanding of what the accounting side of it needs to be. Either to outsource it to an accountant and or do it themselves, whichever they want, but to really look at that business as a business. I think it's really important to be able to have that full-scale picture of it. Keith: It's a really good point Katty because I learned the presentation skills and that's one of the things I learned at Brooks was a well-put-together portfolio that's perfectly mounted and everything is top-notch is going to get more jobs and better photography with a sloppy presentation. The one thing we didn't learn was the business part of running a studio, photography business, freelance business.  So for the first 15 years of my company or longer. I saw the business's checking account like Monopoly money, it wasn't real money to me until it came to me. I mean millions of dollars were wasted by not having that clarity and understanding and business education, which is essential. And I think you know the tables have turned, and now the most secure opportunity is to be your own boss to be an entrepreneur versus trusting your career into some other company hitching your wagon to that star and hoping that they not only are successful but that they continue to value your contribution and reciprocate that with job security. Katty: Very very true and very well said thank you for that. Now you've recently transitioned out of your business. Is that correct? Am I saying that correctly?  Keith: No, that's correct. Yes, I sold Zenman to a SaaS company called Mblue in Latin America. It has been an amazing transition. I was really nervous. I know so many people sell their business and they lose their identity. They make a bunch of money and then they become miserable. I feel very very fortunate that it's been a serendipitous partnership that maintains a legacy in the business and I'm helping them grow and accomplish their goals. I think the mindset of win-win, it wasn't I'm tapping out the last day, it's that I'm committed to it and that the people on the other side have the trust and respect to let us continue to run our practice as we do. Katty: Fantastic. And obviously, I know this from having known you the past few years, you've embarked on this passion that is now your sole focus in your business, which is an incredibly beautiful journal that you've created for others to use, and I can see the experience for having put a great presentation together that you learned so many years ago, really manifests itself in the Oak Journal, it's absolutely beautiful. Can you talk about what that spark was and why did you decide to go into this business? Keith: Yes, it is a combination of two things, it is my Ikigai but I didn't know it when I started down that journey. Ikigai is a Japanese term that means life's purpose. But one of the things that I really wanted to do was stop trading my time for money. I realized when I had kids that time was the one finite resource we had. As an agency owner and a top paid creative, I make a lot of money per hour and it's still not a good exchange. So, my goal was to come up with a product-based business that would fulfill my needs of financial independence without trading my time for money, and in finding the right product that's how I came up with the Oak Journal. I wanted something that I could use my knowledge to create and do a better job than anybody that was currently doing this with the skills I built over the two decades of running Zenman. So being able to design something-- I've designed many many books over the years, but being able to take the life experience, skills, you know even Warren Rustand's 10 10 10 and weave that into a paint by numbers roadmap that anybody can use to live their best life has been transformational and it really made me want, with intention, transition out of the Zenman which was 100% my identity, it's my nickname, it's what people call me, to helping others and being a bodhisattva. Katty: Fantastic. So, as a practice as a mindfulness practice and gratitude practice. Is that something that you were doing anyway before you put the journal together? Keith: Yes, I've been meditating for 20 plus years and about 10 years ago I started practicing Transcendental Meditation, and it has had as big of an impact on me as the Entrepreneurs Organization has. Meditation is a superpower. If somebody doesn't think that they have enough time in their day to meditate, you need meditation, more than anyone, and you will find if you start a simple practice, it gives you time in the day because you're more productive, you're more clear, you're more creative, you're more focused. I wish people would look at meditation like a free pill that would give them superpowers like that movie with Bradley Cooper, Limitless, you know, it's not quite that but it's pretty amazing how much, just having a 10-minute meditation can change your day. Katty: I love that. Can you talk about that and creativity and where you see the through-line between the two because we talked about being quiet for a few minutes, that's what we're talking about here. Keith: Yeah I mean that's a really good question Katty thanks for asking. I mean the most amazing ideas if you look at, you know songwriters or inventors they happen in the shower or while they're driving down the highway and the reason that is they're not thinking about other thoughts, they're not thinking about their problems, their mortgage their issues with their partner, they're just washing their hair and at peace with their mind, their mind itself and so we're able to come up with those really, really creative ideas. So I am intentional with creating those moments from meditation, to start my day to even having core hours where I turn off all devices not just my email, my phone is in airplane mode there's no you know Twitter open. I don't do that ever anyways, but you know there's all distractions are turned off so you can focus on writing your book, working on that creative project, or whatever it is that needs to be accomplished. You can really get into those that state of theta brainwaves with intention. Willie Nelson actually does it by just driving his truck; he writes his best songs when he's driving down the highway. So once he figured that out when he wants to be creative, gets in his truck and he starts driving. So there are all different ways you can get into that state. Katty: Yeah it's interesting because creativity doesn't necessarily happen nine to five staring at a screen. It happens when you're out in nature and happens when you're just, you allow your mind to get creative. To go inward I think it's just so important to be able to do that. Keith: 100% I agree. Katty: I've done meditation for years. I only can do it if it's a guided meditation. I have not gotten to a place where I can do it on my own. But even in the guided practice, I find that so impactful and so helpful to be able to do that. Keith: Yeah, I agree. Try TM it's just a mantra I think that one will--And there's nothing wrong with guided meditations. I still do those as well and I practice those with my boys, but I have struggled with contemplated meditations that weren't guided until I found TM. Katty: Okay, I will look into it. There's also a couple of other friends who embark upon TM. You're the third person I'm hearing this from, so I think maybe the universe is talking. So you've started your boys on meditation? Keith: Yes, now we make that part of their day. In fact, when they were very very young, we had them in three different preschools before we found a school called Morningstar that was a yoga and meditation-based preschool. So the boys started every day with yoga, they did guided meditations. It was a very Eastern hippy Boulder-esque type of preschool, but it really resonated with our boys. Now, they don't embrace it with the same joy that I do, but they understand the value of it. It's almost like a joke in our house that we'll all talk about the benefits of meditation and be like “I know Dad, you talk about this dad, I know that you wrote an article about this, dad.” So I'm hoping one day, they'll listen with the same attentiveness that somebody to keynote does. Katty: Fantastic. I know that the Oak Journal you just came out with a new version of it, can you talk a little bit about the differences between this and what you were doing? In addition to the different sizes, but what's that creative process for you, because clearly you're still a very creative person and you've just channeled that creativity into this. Keith: Yeah, I love making things. So the main changes that we made, the biggest one is we move production to the US, and now it is being produced with environmentally friendly materials. The factory that we were using in China, didn't have the same standards and so that was the biggest one to us to have something that was made with our core value of environmentally friendly alignment, and also, it helped with just production delays and shipping and everything we're dealing with right now around the world.  The other piece is, each week has a positive psychology exercise, and we had people that have been doing it for over a year and so they were repeating the same, let's create our bucket list every nine weeks and so they were getting diminishing returns. So the next version is to 2.0, we're going to make four versions total so that you can have 48 different positive psychology exercises. I'm sorry, 54 different exercises that you would do in a year in two weeks, and then you could repeat it. We're also working on two other products. One is called the Sequoia, so that's your 10-year journal you set your BHAG and your moonshot. And then you're incrementally working towards that. With the series of 120 Oak Journals and then our passion project right now is the Acorn. So this is for children, and this is actually something that we're intending just to give away. We'll definitely print it and have them for sale. But anybody that wants an Acorn Journal anywhere on the planet will have a free. Katty: How beautiful and I love all the tree references and all the nature references. Keith: Thank you. Going back to our roots, beautiful. And thank you for connecting me to your resources for my journal too. You've been so gracious, I have to say that Keith, talking about mentorship, early on. You've just been so gracious with sharing your knowledge and all the trials and tribulations of bringing this journal to market and sharing that with me and with others who are interested in that. So definitely a mentor, so thank you for that. Keith: Thank you very much Katty, I appreciate it. I truly believe all ships rise with the tide. And, the more we can help each other, it just benefits everyone. And I know more people having your book and your journal is going to help them. I think one of the things I'm blessed with here in Colorado is the creative community was very symbiotic. We do compete with people but at the same time, my competitors would reach out to me and say hey there's jobs out of our league, this is more in your wheelhouse, could you take it. I think when you have that mindset of collaboration, then it's reciprocated. Katty: And it's beautifully said because so many freelancers are so siloed and the importance of community can't be overemphasized, to be part of that community, whether it's Creative Mornings or AIGA or whatever it may be, but to find a community of other creatives to be able to collaborate with is so critical. Keith: Yeah, you said it perfectly, not being on an island, not being in a silo. You know just leaning on somebody, I mean, EO was great during COVID. I don't know how many people in our chapter wouldn't have gotten their PPP, if it hadn't been for other members that say hey I have this connection at a community branch we can help you, don't worry about going through the big bank you've had for 20 years, you need to call Mary at Mbank and she'll submit your proposal at three in the morning to get you taken care of. Mentorship, and also the peers that you just have, in a connected, trusting, and vulnerable way when people don't have their guards up when they're honest with what's going on. It's amazing how we come to each other's aid. When we just raise our hand and say hey I need help.  Katty: Yeah, very very true. It's been an interesting year for sure. And we're still in it, by all means, it's not a done deal. What would you say is one of the biggest lessons that you've learned for yourself during this pandemic year and a half? Keith: The importance of community and connection. You know I've seen other people that don't have the network, that really struggled that sort of went inside and dealt with everything personally, versus just like we mentioned having that community that you can reach out to. I mean one of the blessings of EO is that it's a global community. So, I took it as an opportunity because I could go have a coffee with a friend in Denver every day, to have a zoom call with a friend in Melbourne or you know just other ways to connect with people around the planet. I actually feel like, for me, it broadened my global connections, even though I wasn't able to travel and I am chomping at the bit to go travel to meet these friends. Katty: Yeah I agree 100% We did that on the family side. And I don't know if I told you this when we saw each other last week, but since March 20th we started a family zoom, and we've had one every single Sunday since then. So March 20th of 2020, and my family is all over the world, nobody lives here in Los Angeles, so to be able to have this very intentional focused one-hour zoom call with one another. This is with grandparents and grandkids and aunts and uncles and the brothers and the sisters, that I think the max point we had 18 people on our zoom. And it still happens today, every Sunday at 10am. It's the Douraghy family zoom call, and it's similar to a forum exercise. So everything starts with an icebreaker: everybody talks about a win, everyone does a one-word open, and it's been transformational because we're actually learning things about each other that we wouldn't otherwise because we're not asking these very intentional questions of each other when we're physically together. So it's been phenomenal in terms of how close we've become as a family. Keith: That is really cool, that's such a cool gift. I think it's also a perspective, right? I mean you could look at it that “hey I haven't been able to be in the same room with these people.” But the flip side of that coin is you just created a tradition that hopefully will go on for generations. And we were blessed to have the technology to be able to do that, I mean even 10 years ago it would have been a different world we were in and I think so much more challenging to face this isolation. Katty: Oh, I agree 100% 100% agree, and look, the future of work has changed. And without the technology that we have today wouldn't have been possible to continue. Katty: What is getting you excited and inspired these days? Keith: You know what gets me excited is actually, I think, something that's really messed up right now. And that's the changes that I think are inevitable with social media. You know what's coming out about algorithms intentionally presenting inflammatory content. I'm actually excited that there will be action taken to hold these people accountable. It's going to turn the world on its head as far as advertising, e-commerce. But that's already happening with iOS changes and privacy, which is not a bad thing. Personally, I am quite happy having the exact product that I want presented to me in a way that makes it easy to purchase it. But I am excited about the change that's going to help remove the wedge that's dividing this country apart because the truth of the matter is on 95% of the issues were exactly the same. And I think there are some toxic influences that are exasperating our divide, and I am for the first time in years, optimistic that we're going to start taking that wedge out and coming back together. Keith: Whatever we can do to make that happen. Katty: Yes. And one final question for you, something to leave behind for our audience, especially those who are embarking on their creative career, and/or because of COVID have had to pivot their freelance business or if they've lost their jobs. What are some lessons learned that you want to leave them with in terms of determination to just continue, continue the task? Keith: Two tools that I will leave one; I'm a big fan of Dr. Joe Dispenza, and he has a tool on manifesting what you want. So if you're struggling right now, maybe you lost your job during COVID or your business failed or something. Set your intentions with a tool he created where you take a piece of paper out, you write emotions on one side and intentions on the other. So if your goal is a new job, what is the intention? I get to travel three months out of the year and see the world. I'm making enough money that I'm financially independent. What are all the intentions that you have? And then on the other side under the emotions, what are the feelings that you have? Actually, try to feel those emotions so you can manifest it. And that is a great tool. I love that tool but it is the first step.  The second step is doing the work. The thing that I hate about the book The Secret is it's all about having the right mindset and everything's just gonna appear in your life. The mindset is critical. It's essential, but it's the first step, you've got to make continuous daily progress, you can't just wish upon a star, that you're going to have your dream job. What did you do today to actually accomplish that goal? What incremental progress, even if it was just five new connections on LinkedIn that you sent out. What was the incremental progress you made today towards living your best life? Katty: Beautiful. Thank you, Keith, thank you for joining us here. Where can people find you and where can they find that your beautiful journal? Keith: Oakjournal.com you can connect with me on social. Look for Zenman, you will find me or anything Oak Journal related, you will definitely find me and you can direct message me, you can even email me at keith@oakjournal.com if you have any questions. Katty: Thank you. Before I let you go, I forgot to ask this, you also do a lot of sessions where you teach people how to journal and meditate and so forth. Correct? Keith: Absolutely. Yep. I do it, I literally just got off one right before we started. I was doing one for EO Cape Town, but I also do them for individual forums, for companies and I have a masterclass that's a six-week class people can do, it's an Oak masterclass. Keith: oakmasterclass.com or Oak Journal. They all are pretty good at all the SEO interlinking web thing having owned an agency. So if you get to one of my properties you can find everything that you need and will guide you through that journey.  The master class is a six-week intensive that we work on in small groups and then individually. And it's a requirement I do a little bit of coaching but I'm really really particular with working with people that have the growth mindset that you know are going to be a good fit. So everybody has to do the masterclass first to make sure we're both on the same path. Katty: Got it.  I'll put all the links in the show notes so that everybody knows how to find you and where to find you.   Thank you for listening to the artisan podcast, brought to you by Artisan Creative.  

SoulFull Veda
76. The Number One Challenge as a Soulpreneur

SoulFull Veda

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 54:53


France is the founder of Yoom, a holistic food brand that makes it deliciously easy to cook ancient superfoods in under 30 minutes. A Hatha yoga teacher, in-training Ayurvedic practitioner and recipe developer, France created Yoom to help the modern mindful individual bring their body-mind into a state of 'inner happy' through the foods they eat. Her first product, a ready-to-cook Kitchari makes cooking high-vibe meals on the daily as easy as 1.2.3.France also hosts a bright & colorful Ayurvedic blog @weareyoom on which she shares no fuss, daily practices and recipes for tapping into the power of Ayurveda.Tune in to hear - 0:00 - Short Guided Meditation9:00 - Dance as an entry into Vedic Wisdom17:00 - France's experience at the Joe Dispenza retreat23:15 - The inspiration behind creating an Ayurvedic and product-based business30:00 - Creating an authentic, yet traditional product34:45 - Mindset as an entrepreneur40:00 - The value of patience48:15 - The world is a better place when people feel good in their bodiesLinks - Grab your Kitchari Reset Kit at weareyoom.comHoliday Gift GuideFree Guided MeditationYoga Nidra EpisodeApply to attend CCA and get your application fee waivedOther Podcast Episodes mentioned - The Root Cause of Suffering and Disease with Dr. HalpernHow Pancha Karma Heals with Dr. Ryan StrongEating Ayurvedically and Vegan with an Ayurvedic Chef

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
4 Keys To Completely Heal Your Mind & Body EP 1206

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 83:09


Everyone is on some kind of healing journey right now, whether it's mental, spiritual, physical—it doesn't matter, we're all going through something and it can be really hard to figure out where to start or which direction to go next. So for this episode I wanted to share with you some of the most valuable lessons I've learned from my conversations with Marisa Peer, Dr. Nicole LePera, Lori Gottlieb and Gabby Bernstein.In this episode we discuss why the words you use about yourself are so important, the best coping strategies for stress, tools to help you heal from the damaging effects of shame, how to become more authentic and vulnerable, and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1206Marisa Peer EP 949 - www.lewishowes.com/949 Dr. Nicole LePera EP 1083 - www.lewishowes.com/1083 Lori Gottlieb EP 1013 - www.lewishowes.com/1013 Gabby Bernstein EP 1103 - www.lewishowes.com/1103Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Get Yourself Optimized
331: Awaken Your Power with Lazo Freeman

Get Yourself Optimized

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 59:14


Lazo Freeman was previously a body transformation coach and a champion bodybuilder. His miraculous and mystical healing left him with many questions and a pursuit to understand the nature of reality by studying with master yogis, indigenous elders, Dr. Joe Dispenza, and many more. In today's episode, join Lazo and me as we talk about spiritual epiphanies and transformations. Tune in! The show notes, including the transcript and checklist to this episode, are at getyourselfoptimized.com/331

Entrepreneur Motivation Podcast
Break the habit of being yourself - EMP321

Entrepreneur Motivation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 7:19


Break the habit of being yourself. In order to change, you have to believe and take action. You literally have to become a new you.  In this episode, I share a few tips I've learned from reading the book "Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself" by Dr. Joe Dispenza. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3Fpv30y Connect with Chris: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbello_  Get my free guide: https://chrisbello.com/free  Get help buying/selling a house in the US: https://calendly.com/chrisbellorealestate/workwithchris 

The Dream Bigger Podcast
Solo Episode: Tips and Tricks That Changed My Life, Top Skincare Products of The Year, My Must-Read Books and More

The Dream Bigger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 27:10


On today's episode we're doing things a little differently. I've had this podcast for quite some time and it had not crossed my mind to do a solo episode. I've learned some of the most valuable tips, tricks and hacks through the guests I've interviewed and have actually adopted many of them into my daily regime. With the new year approaching, I'm going to share some of the most valuable pieces of information I've learned that have changed and improved my life in 2021, and hopefully you guys can take away a tip or two to help reach your goals in the coming new year. I get into my favorite tips learned from guest interviews, routine hacks to improve your mindset, miracle skincare products I swear by, and of course, book recommendations that you need to add to your 2022 reading list to shift your reality.   To connect with Siff, click HERE.  To learn more about Arrae, click HERE.   To learn more about Icing & Glitter, click HERE.  To learn more about biohacking with Dr. Stephanie Estima, click HERE. To learn more about blue light glasses with Andy Mant, click HERE.  To learn more about sleep chronotypes with Dr. Michael Breus, click HERE. To learn more about running tips and hacks from Nina Agdal, click HERE. To get the book, The Betty Body by Dr. Stephanie Estima, click HERE.   To get the book, Energize by Dr. Michael Breus, click HERE.  To get the book, Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza, click HERE. To get the book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi, click HERE.   To check out The Pilates Class with Jacqui Kingswell, click HERE.  To get the Algae Enzyme Cleansing Oil from Mara Beauty, click HERE. To get The Rich Cream from Augustinus Bader, click HERE.    Produced by Dear Media

Evolving Past Alzheimer's
Our Brains Need Meditation - Here's Why with Hemal Patel PhD

Evolving Past Alzheimer's

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 58:17


In this episode, we go deep into the potential benefits of specialized meditation for our immune systems, brain-related proteins, Alzheimer's, cellular energy, and much more. Our guest, Dr Hemal Patel - is a full professor and serves as the Vice-Chair for Research in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of California, San Diego. If you are skeptical about meditation I urge you to check out this episode so that you Click here is a link to Dr. Patel's talk at a recent Joe Dispenza conference. For more information on how you can prevent or push back against Alzheimer's and other dementias visit Kemperwellness.com or call (216) 337-1400.  We have support programs, virtual classes, and many other options. Consider supporting the Evolving Past Alzheimer's podcast at patreon.com/evolvingpast so we can continue to bring you the information most helpful to you.   12:47 - how cell membranes can cause or prevent Alzheimer's  15:52 - using meditation and other methods to strengthen cell membranes  28:31 - how you affect people around you by practicing meditation  37:23 - can meditation prevent you from contracting COVID-19?  44:16 - getting started with meditation 

The So Free Art Podcast
194 • DUMP AND DOODLE F1

The So Free Art Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 32:09


This 'About The Tings' episode is a Dump and Doodle F1, where I do some Doodling, while Brain Dumping on various topics. Co-host lilDENNiS listens in, as I talk about stuff like: F1 Season Finale, David Coulthard and Respect, Lewis Hamilton and His Values, Racing Instinct, Legendary Rivals, What Is Success?, Max vs Lewis, Senna vs Prost, The FIA and Race Fixing, How You Don't Have To Win To Be A Winner, Coloured Pencils from the 90's, Being Emotional, Freedom, Supernatural by Dr Joe Dispenza, The New Matrix Film, A Recent Semi Lucid Dream, Video Game Addiction, 9 Year Time Loop of 2012 - 2021, The Video Game Sayonara Wild Hearts, and It's Beginning To Feel A Bit Like Christmas :) Hope you like.

Sarita at SolHenge Podcasts
Oracle of Pythia | How do we navigate change ?

Sarita at SolHenge Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 68:15


#oracle #shamanism #ascensionThis month we ask the earth Serpent How do we navigate change.Now is our time of transition, individually and collectively, within the liminal space of ‘becoming'.  We, as Pythia, come together to offer wisdom teachings from the earth serpent herself; Python.  Our wish is that these woven utterings will assist you on your unfolding journey as we work together to co-create a world born of our deepest most loving visions.  Each of us has been trained in the ancient oracular art of Seership and as we bring forth information from deep within the earth, the invitation is to allow the collective weave of our ‘seeing' to meld with your being in whatever way serves you best, in this moment, in this space, in this time.  We recommend you listen with your eyes closed or covered and that - for added potency - you breathe the weave into every cell of your body as we speak it. Each month we will bring a new question to Python and if you have a question you would like answered please feel free to send it to us: landscape_elms@yahoo.co.uk or; solhengeretreats@gmail.com.Interesting Greek info:    In Ancient Greece, Pythia is the High Priestess and Oracle of Delphi residing in the Temple of Apollo with a sacred stone, the Omphalos.  Covered in a protective weave and hollow inside, the Omphalos stands as the centre of power, a womb haven for healing, replenishment and revelation.  It is also the mystical dwelling place of Python herself and the sacred cave into which Pythia descends in order to commune with the great serpent.  Pre patriarchy Pythia is the interface between humankind and Spirit.  Mistress of the liminal space, Pythia honours Earth and Spirit alike and as a potent governing force she stands on the fissure of betwixt and between bringing to light prophecies and wisdoms from the depths of the  Pythonic realms.Emma Smart - Shamanic Healer, Teacher and Practitioner; Specialising in Women's ancient healing and sexual energy praxisAuthor of  "The Sacred Dance". A short tale of Shamanic Pilgrimage. landscape_elms@yahoo.co.uk,Sarita Cameron – Shamanic Healer, Teacher. Meditation Teacher and conduit for Integration into Galatic Knosis www.solhenge.com, https://www.patreon.com/Sarita_SolHengeJoy Ellis - Shamanic Practitioner, Homeopath, Oneiric work.www.homeopathy4all.co.uk  +44 7989147050Sarah Bullock - Therapeutic Embodiment Coach, empowering women to reclaim their wild, authentic selves and create a life they love. www.thewildembrace.com Chelsy Arber is an artist and seer specialising in oracular work, dream illumination, and transformative, talismanic objects; gnosticatemple@gmail.com and IG @ars.limina

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic & How To Heal From It w/Dr. Paul Conti EP 1202

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 93:59


Today's guest is Psychiatrist Dr. Paul Conti. He's a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his psychiatry training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he was appointed chief resident. He then served on the medical faculty at Harvard before founding his own clinic. He's written a new book called Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It.In this episode we discuss how trauma is the root of so many problems, yet it's not easy for us to discuss, how to better understand and heal from trauma, the first steps to take with yourself before seeing a therapist, why your inner dialogue heavily affects your mental health and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1202Get Dr. Conti's new book: TraumaMel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Playbook
Rearranging Your Mindset | Interview With Dr Joe Dispenza, New York Times Best-Selling Author

The Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 23:54


On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Dr Joe Dispenza, New York Times best-selling author, researcher, lecturer, and corporate consultant, shares his insights on: [3:36] - What their scientific research has discovered about the positive biological impacts that meditation has on the human body  [9:12] - The reasons that curiosity and experimentation will lead to a better response against stress [11:18] - Why you must change yourself in order to change your future [18:03] - How overthinking leads to dysregulation in the brain and body, as well as how to counteract it Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer  Email Me! david@dmeltzer.com Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Con Intencion
060.Darle vida a tus sueños - con Jess Pazos

Con Intencion

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 45:32


Alinearnos con la infinita posibilidad de nuestros deseos es el tema central de esta entrevista donde Jess Pazos, esposa, mamá unschooler de tres niñas, TEDx Speaker, paracaidista a tiempo parcial, antigua residente de un velero anclado en el Caribe y optimista a tiempo completo nos cuenta qué es necesario hacer para lograrlo. Vas a ponerte a soñar y sanar con este episodio, asi que te comparto recursos para profundizar que mencionamos: Su programa para trabajar la semilla y verla florecer MATRICIS Su cuenta de coach @jesspazos en Instagram y su página web jesspazos.com Meditación de Joe Dispenza en español o en inglés. Meditación de Deepak Chopra Desire and Destiny Libro Big Magic de Elizabeth Gilbert La cuenta de unschooling de Jess en Instragram @hablemosdeunschooling _____________________________________________ Conoce más sobre mi en @anieskildsen y compra mi libro en anieskildsen.com Agenda una entrevista para coaching conmigo en este link. Para niños: www.cacaocamps.com & @cacaocamps

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
The 5 Pillars To Increasing Your Lifespan & Aging in Reverse w/Dr. Valter Longo EP 1199

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 105:54


Today's Guest is Dr. Valter Longo. He has thirty years of experience in the field of longevity and healthy eating. He is the Director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California and the Director of the Longevity and Cancer Program at the Italian Foundation for Cancer Research's Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan, Italy. In 2018, TIME Magazine named Professor Longo as one of the 50 most influential people in health care for his research on fasting-mimicking diets as a way to improve health and prevent disease. He's also the best-selling author of The Longevity Diet. In this episode we discuss the main causes of people not having longevity, what the longevity diet is and why it works, the five pillars of longevity and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1199Get Dr. Longo's book - https://www.valterlongo.com/the-longevity-diet/Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Wellness Mama Podcast
502: Dr Joe Dispenza on Changing Your Thoughts, Emotions, & Life

The Wellness Mama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 62:13


Today, I’m here with Dr Joe Dispenza, a New York Times best-selling author, researcher, lecturer, and corporate consultant, whose research has led him to develop a practical formula to help people transform their lives. He has a passion for neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics. Since 2010, he’s partnered with scientists and universities to perform extensive …

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
The Science of Building Confidence & Self Esteem w/Harvard Psychologist Amy Cuddy EP 1198

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 108:56


Today's guest is Amy Cuddy. She's a social psychologist, award-winning Harvard lecturer, expert on the behavioral science of power, presence, and prejudice and best-selling author of the book Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges.In this episode we discuss what it means to have personal power and how to develop it, why it's important to overcome trauma from the past, how to stop being afraid of going after your dreams, the science behind body posture and power posing and how it can affect your confidence, and so much more!For more go to - www.lewishowes.com/1198Read her book - https://www.amazon.com/Presence-Bringing-Boldest-Biggest-Challenges/dp/0316256587Check out her website - www.amycuddy.comMel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast
Episode 535: A Fresh Perspective on SEO Tactics - Feuza Reis

Bokeh - The Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 64:23


"Hey, Siri. How much will it cost to have family pictures made?" "Alexa, what wedding venues have the prettiest views in Chicago?" These conversational style searches happen every day. Will potential clients find you with this new approach? Feuza "Fuse" Reis joins us for episode 535 of the Bokeh Podcast to share how business owners are behind the times when it comes to SEO. The old principle of using formal, specific keywords is not working as well in today's world of conversational voice searches. Listen in to hear a fresh perspective on what you should and should NOT do when setting up your website to maximize SEO. The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Brand Position (3:35) Creating a great customer experience (6:25) Technique for time management (7:50) Book Recommendation (12:00) Dr. Joe Dispenza podcast/books We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers You're a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero Feuza's photography/SEO business background (16:08) Recent changes in SEO strategy (20:56) 1. The role of "Voice Search" - think Alexa, Siri, etc. 2. The User Experience 3. The power of "local" 4. Changes in blogging How to update your SEO for conversational/voice text and searches (23:15) Building your site for the best UX (User Experience) (38:53) Resources Photographers should be using for local search optimization (47:18) Tips for blogging in the current environment (54:03) Links: https://www.charitywater.org https://www.getfoundwithfuse.com https://www.instagram.com/fusecreativeinc The User Roadmap Guide Keyword Kit for Branding Photographers Feuza's Mini Keyword Course

The You-est You™ Podcast
Manifestation with Mind Movies Founder Natalie Ledwell

The You-est You™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 51:04


Meet Natalie Ledwell Dame Natalie Ledwell is a bestselling author, host of the podcast, Not Over, Just Different, co-host of the cable TV show WAKE UP, and founder of Mind Movies, the hugely successful and revolutionary online Personal Development company that has reached over 5.8 million people worldwide. Right now, she has launched her brand new groundbreaking Social and Emotional Learning curriculum entitled "Personal Growth Studies" into schools here in the US. Which is designed to empower youth from ages 5-18 years to live fulfilling and successful lives with high self-esteem and a vision for a bright future. In October 2018, Natalie traveled to Liberia. She met with government officials and launched Personal Growth Studies into several schools, which is now in its second year, working with over 1000 students. In 2020, Natalie had the immense honor of being Knighted by the Orthodox Order of St John, a humanitarian group recognizing individuals who are doing great work and have a big vision of the work they want to complete in the world helping others.      You Do Not Need to Know How You'll Manifest Your Desires I loved this conversation with Natalie Ledwell so much, in part because Natalie is so the real deal, and it's incredible to hear how the universe has worked its magic through her, highlighted by her huge impact and beautiful success. She got the idea to create Mind Movies in 2008 after watching The Secret and realized that you do NOT need to know the HOW in the manifestation process in setting big goals and manifesting your desires. She and her husband paid for a high-end mastermind with some of the leading digital marketing experts and threw themselves into the world of internet marketing, sales, and other programs. Natalie attributes surrounding herself with the best people in the world as one of the most critical factors of their success.      Become the Person You Envision in Your Greatest Future I loved this quote from our conversation; Natalie said she "had to change who she's being to be the person who fits in a new capacity and is friends with some of the most well-known leaders in the personal growth industry." My takeaway is that when it comes to manifesting your desires you must step into the leader you need to be to match the emerging version of yourself. This is exactly what Natalie did, and today she has become friends and works with leaders like Tony Robbins, Brian Tracey, Bob Proctor, John Assaraf, and Dr. Joe Dispenza.      Spiritual Practices + Daily Habits I always love to ask successful entrepreneurs like Natalie (whom I'd refer to also as a lightworker) how they stay spiritually aligned and connected to their purpose and heart. Natalie Ledwell shared that she has a few things she does every day to stay spiritually connected. She meditates every day, either to Dr. Joe Dispenza's meditations or in complete silence. She makes tea (magic hour tea, to be exact) and sips it on the balcony every morning, slowing down and tapping into her senses, noticing what she sees, hears, feels, and experiences in real-time. This morning moment of pausing allows Natalie to create space for communing with the divine. She always exercises, usually a walk with an audiobook or something inspirational to listen to, and ends with moments of gratitude. I loved her reminder about gratitude and that whether you journal about it, think about it or verbalize it, it's not about the action and is all about the emotion. Most importantly, Natalie reminds us that you want to feel gratitude. Manifestation Ingredients The goal is to leverage the universal entity of power greater than ourselves to manifest our deepest desires. The two most important ingredients in doing this are expectation and belief. Our emotions are what we emit to the universe. Thus maintaining high-frequency emotions like joy, gratitude, and pride, are essential for manifesting your desires. Natalie Ledwell has lived the Law of Attraction in her own life going from growing up in the countryside in Australia as one of eight children, experiencing quite a bit of lack, to running fitness facilities to eventually creating a powerful product that has touched the lives of 6 million people (and growing). She went from struggling to being in the flow. It's crucial to visualize your future, being grateful and expecting and knowing it's already here. What I loved most was that poignant reminder that this is for all of us.      Final Thoughts Natalie Ledwell is well versed in the power of manifestation. It plays an enormous role in her business, Mind Movies, and in her everyday life. Manifesting your desires is something she wants for each and every one of us. Natalie reminds us that anyone can do this. Anyone can manifest what they desire. And, there is always enough for everyone.      Sacred Connection As always, this community is a sacred, safe place built on love and acceptance. It was created to help you evolve and expand into your highest self. Please share your wisdom, comments, thoughts. I love hearing from you and learning how you are being your truest, you-est you. Please join us in our Facebook group The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers Join host Julie Reisler, author and multi-time TEDx speaker, each week to learn how you can tap into your best self and become your You-est You® to achieve inner peace, happiness, and success at a deeper level! Tune in to hear powerful, inspirational stories and expert insights from entrepreneurs, industry thought leaders, and extraordinary human beings that will help to transform your life. Julie also shares a-ha moments that have shaped her life and career and discusses key concepts from her book Get a PhD in YOU Here's to your being your you-est you!     Connect with Natalie Ledwell Website: natalieledwell.com Facebook: @natalieledwell1 Twitter: @natalie_ledwell Youtube: youtube.com/channel/NatalieLedwell Pinterest: pinterest.ph/natalieledwell   Enjoying the show? For iTunes listeners, get automatic downloads and share the love by subscribing, rating & reviewing here! *Share what you are struggling with or looking to transform with Julie at podcast@juliereisler.com. Julie would love to start covering topics of highest interest to YOU.   You-est You Links: Subscribe to the Podcast  Learn more at JulieReisler.com Become a Sacred Member at the Sacredology® Membership Join The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers on Facebook Subscribe to Julie's YouTube Channel Book Julie as a speaker at your upcoming event Amazon #1 Best selling book Get a PhD in YOU Download free guided-meditations from Insight Timer Julie's Hungry For More On line Program (10 Module Interactive Course) 15 Days Of Gratitude To Change Your Life on InsightTimer

The Freedom Moms Podcast
S03|14 - Chronic Pain in Motherhood with Betsy Jensen

The Freedom Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 25:26


Betsy is a Body and Mind Life Coach - helping people connect with their bodies and heal their chronic pain.  She teaches neuroscience principles to help people understand the current view of chronic pain and proven strategies to calm the nervous system and rewire the brain to produce less pain.She was a Physical Therapist for 20 years before she discovered the mind-body approach for her ulcerative colitis. She has four teenagers (three boys and a girl) and enjoys traveling and being outdoors.In our conversation today, you'll hear:Betsy's background with ulcerative colitis and the mind-body connection with chronic painHow chronic pain in childhood connects to adult pain issuesThe pain-fear-pain cycle and how parents can help their children through their painRecommended by Betsy: ‘A divided mind' by John Sarno, ‘Becoming Supernatural' by Joe Dispenza, ‘The Way Out' by Alan Gordon, the app ‘Curable', IG: @bodyand,mindlifecoachBody and mind life coach FB groupFind her podcast HERE  YouTube Channel HEREWebsite: bodyandmindlifecoach.com---I would be honored to be your coach and help you get the changes you want to see in your life. The tools that I talk about in my podcast and use in my coaching have completely turned around my life and my relationships with my children. I know what it takes and how to make it happen. You can use the links below to get more of my content and to learn what we do in my program By Design. I love helping women tap into their inner expert and build radical connection in their relationships with their children.Link to my program: By DesignFind me on the ‘gram: The.Parenting.CoachMy website: coachcrystal.ca

The Life Stylist
The Future Of Chronic Pain & Injury Healing W/ Drs. Matt Cook & John Lieurance #380

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 154:08


I invite you all to rock your body and mind in this week's episode with two world-leading experts on healing chronic pain, Dr. Matt Cook and Dr. John Lieurance. Dr. Matt Cook runs BioReset Medical, while Dr. John Lieurance runs Advanced Rejuvenation. Both of which are incredible facilities if you're looking for next-level healing for chronic illnesses. This recording coincided with my week-long procedures at BioReset Medical. The three of us were able to get to the nitty-gritty of the cutting-edge therapies they swear by, including ozone injections, stem cell peptides, PRP, the Weberneedle laser, and many more. They also share their extensive knowledge on the common causes of pain and how the body's internal landscape sends out different pain signals.  I'm feeling like a new man after the miraculous work executed by Dr. Matt Cook's team, so it's an honor to share this experience with the community. I'm no stranger to chronic pain, and I know there are millions out there looking for solutions they won't find in their allopathic doctors' office (God knows, I've tried). I look forward to the day these treatments will be made widely available to all.    04:38 — Defining Regenerative Medicine  Injections and materials to heal and reset the body  Fixing the cause, not the symptom  Examining arthritic pain and strengthening ligaments  Pain, opioids, and the current pills-for-pain climate  Common symptoms of back pain    11:53 — Root Causes of Pain  How different nerves express different pains Selecting the right healing modality  Referred pain and connective tissue  Why do traditional doctors take the “easy fix” route?   26:06 — What a Procedure Looks Like  The IVs I received during my treatment  Placental matrix and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Bone marrow, prolotherapy, and Ozone Why injections over operations make more sense  When are hip, shoulder, and knee replacements recommended  The limitations of bodywork  Cranial treatment and TMJ   01:30:25 —  Peptides: The Medicine of the Future  Working with peptides Peptides and mitochondria  Why depositories are better than IVs Using NAD to fight addiction   02:12:00 — My Jet Lag Protocol Nutrient IV pre-flight. I go to Alive+Well Austin  EMF proof head mask from No Choice  Ozone pre-flight (rectal and ears) from SimplyO3  NAD+ glutathione suppositories from MitoZen Opt-out of TSA millimeter-wave radiation scan (5g equivalent) Sign up for TSA Precheck to be automatically opted out  Active H2 hydrogen tabs while flying from Water & Wellness Samina Sleep Pillow for flight  Therasage Infrared Heating Pad for plane seat/back pain Earplugs or noise-canceling headphones throughout the experience  Nucalm and Dr. Joe Dispenza meditations entire flight w BluBlox eye mask  Yoga/stretching at gate pre-flight  Modafinil 25mg for alertness mid-flight  ApolloNeuro for calming Hapbee for calming/meditation Breathwork pre/post-flight  Ice bath pre/post-flight  Hyperbaric oxygen chamber pre-flight  MitoZen high-dose melatonin suppositories post-flight for time zone reset (400 mg)  Compression socks from Comrad and compression shirt during flight for blood flow  Grounding barefoot post-flight  Sungaze at sunset post-flight to reset the circadian rhythm  Hot shower, bath, or sauna post-fight  Astaxanthin and a grip of anti-inflammatories for duration  BluBlox Lumi sleep bulbs for hotel room blue light  Gilded Glasses for blue blocking at night, beginning at sunset  Blushield USA pocket scalar field EMF shield for the whole trip   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: PaleoValley. The ultimate on-the-road snack you can trust. These beef sticks are 100% grass fed, grass finished and sourced from small, domestic farms in the U.S. They use real, organic spices to flavor beef sticks vs. conventional spices sprayed with pesticides or "natural flavors" often made from GMO corn. They also ferment their beef sticks which creates natural occurring probiotics which are great for gut health. Try them for yourself! Head to paleovalley.com and use the code “Luke” for 15% off.  AND... ONNIT. Ease into a flow state and “get in the zone” with Onnit's Alpha BRAIN nootropic: the dietary supplement that helps support cognitive functions, including memory, mental processing, speed and focus. Fire up your potential–and save 10%–by heading to onnit.com/luke.    AND…   BLUBLOX. Blue light hitting your skin at night can disrupt your sleep and circadian rhythms. The flicker and EMF from regular light bulbs or other red LED bulbs may damage your health according to some studies. Fortunately, BLUblox has designed Lumi Sleep+: the ultimate zero flicker, zero blue, and green light bulb for after-sunset use. BLUblox currently has their Black Friday sale campaign running, which is great news for you all as you can save 25% off all products until 30th November 2021. You can get all of this epicness and more by using the code LIFESTYLIST for 15% off at blublox.com/lifestylist.   HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Dr. John Lieurance: mitozen.com + advancedrejuvenation.us Dr. Matt Cook: Bioreset.com  Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode 367: Not Just For Sleep: Melatonin The Master Molecule & Next Level Biohacks W/-Dr John Lieurance

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
7 SECRETS To Start Building Long-Term WEALTH! EP 1194

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 37:56


Today's episode is a solo episode all about the 7 secrets to building long term wealth. I'm going to break down some of the core principles that helped me when I was broke and living on my sister's couch over a decade ago that still hold true today. I believe if you can put these into practice, it'll transform your relationship with money.In this episode we discuss how to pay yourself first, how to make your money work for you, how to protect your money from losses, how to ensure making more money in the future and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1194Sign up for Greatness Academy: www.lewishowes.com/academyGet The Millionaire Morning booklet: www.millionairemorning.comLearn more about Greatness Coaching: www.lewishowes.com/coachingMel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Find Your Inner Power, Embrace Your Weirdness & The Skills You Need To Master w/Robert Greene EP 1193

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 63:33


Today's guest is Robert Greene! He's the best-selling author who's written a new book called, The Daily Laws: 366 Meditations on Power, Seduction, Mastery, Strategy, and Human Nature. In this episode we discuss how to find your inner power when you feel you've lost it, why you should embrace your inner weirdness, what conversations you should be having with yourself to become successful, the skills you should master and the skills that are wasting your time and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1193Check out our previous episode: www.lewishowes.com/1174Get Robert's book: The Daily LawsMel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Ellen Fisher Podcast
Hack the biochemistry of your brain & CHANGE YOUR LIFE with Kent and Heather Mckean

The Ellen Fisher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 94:36


Did you know you can change your mind and heal from problematic thought processes that resides within a deeper consciousness? Past traumas can subconsciously support your illnesses. and if we don't address and heal those traumas head on, it gets buried deep inside that manifests itself in different ways. The brain and body are interconnected and inseparable and in this episode we talk about health and wellness with a holistic perspective. When we harness the power of both the mind and the body together, we can transform our health and mental well being. Kent and Heather McKean share their stories of healing and how you can heal from trauma, restore your health, and optimize your life. After being diagnosed with a myriad of rare genetic diseases and finding herself drowning in medications with no healing in site, heather was introduced to the power of the mind and turned to dealing with her past traumas of abuse. She completely restored her health by changing her subconscious mind and is now passionate in helping people find freedom from trauma, pain, illness and addiction. Kent then harnessed the same type of mind shifting to let go of being stuck in patterns of coping with hurt and shame in various destructive ways. Together they teach people how to overcome trauma, health issues, and negative core beliefs. Their course Mind Change is a healing system utilizing the power of the mind and body. It's designed to allow psychological stability by reprogramming the brain's mental patterns to impact our responses and behavior towards life positively. In this episode we cover: What Mind Change is and how we can change our minds to heal from trauma and negative thought processes, which then in turn positively effects our mental and physical health The neuroscience of the mind and subconscious What trauma means. Does it only apply to extreme circumstances? Kent and Heather's healing stories What makes this modality different from others out there Their thoughts on toxic positivity, victim shaming and exclusion when it comes to those suffering from mental and physical illness Is changing the mind the only thing people need to deal with their trauma? What role does healthy diet and lifestyle play in our overall health? My personal experience with Mind Change for the labor and birth of my third child Testimonials and success stories The importance of language when expressing our health issues and identities around it Their Mind Change course and what it's designed to do WHERE TO FIND KENT & HEATHER MCKEAN Use my code ELLEN50 to get $50 off the Mind Change course Mind Change course Mind Change book Mind Change Non Profit Instagram WHERE TO FIND ME Get ny ebooks Instagram Watch my family YouTube channel Dr. Joe Dispenza & research: https://drjoedispenza.com/pages/scientific-research My mind change story for my third birth

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Dwyane Wade On The Power of Visualization, Developing A Strong Work Ethic & Healing From Your Past EP 1192

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 73:53


Today's guest is Dwyane Wade. He's a NBA Champion, Olympic Gold medalist and thirteen-time NBA All-Star. He's written a new photographic memoir that we dive into called DWYANE that details his life and career over the last few decades coming from a challenging upbringing to become one of the greatest athletes of all time. In this episode we discuss how Dwyane visualized his career as a kid, the biggest challenges he's had to overcome in his life and career, the routines Dwyane's developed in order to be successful, how to develop a strong mindset when you're facing losses, why it's so important to have coaches in your life and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1192Get Dwyane's new photographic memoir.Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Reality Revolution Podcast
Guided Meditation Become The Field

The Reality Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 35:55


You are not a solid. You are a vibration. You are an energy field that has connections to absolutely all other energy fields in the universe. You are connected to them through a series of orders of magnitude and reality – Q'uo -2002 This meditation is designed for you to blend into the field, for several minutes we repeat I am not my body, I am not my mind I am a field we then vibrate the om and then become the field. Doing this will allow you to create imagine and do whatever you want in a brand new way. Headphones are highly reccomend binaural effects are used during the meditation lternate Universe Reality Activation  get full access to new meditations, new lectures, recordings from the reality con and the 90 day AURA meditation schedulehttps://realityrevolutionlive.com/aura45338118  BUY MY BOOK! https://www.amazon.com/Reality-Revolution-Mind-Blowing-Movement-Hack/dp/154450618X/ Listen my book on audible https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Reality-Revolution-Audiobook/B087LV1R5V This information is mindblowing. Music by Mettaverseinner alchemyeffortless awarenessinternal focusawakeningsound medicinethe shiftascension waves111hz the heart of true beinggleaming throughradiancegolden lotus  ➤ Listen to them on Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/2KjGlLI➤ Follow them on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2JW8BU2➤ Join them on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2G1j7G6➤ Support their Work at Patreon: http://bit.ly/2TXQhu3➤ Subscribe to their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvjffON2NoUvX5q_TgvVkw Sleep Meditations - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_5Sv8NSXuDWudAVmoDns6Z Guided Meditations https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_BfNnb5vLcwouInskcEhqL The Home Study Course playlist https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo9SxrM97CZ40xTvWXh1zGPj All my Walter Russell videos - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo-9Oguc4o0PlZVfpKD-H2Kz All My Lao Russell Videos - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo9kB-BKSGP3KLc8p5dlfUwY The law of One Playlist - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo9YW0EjSjbVh94EFlOU_Czw How To Meditate - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_W8G0bCs1qSdQni9oOvX2N For all episodes of the Reality Revolution – https://www.therealityrevolution.com All My Neville Goddard Videos In One Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo8kBZsJpp3xvkRwhbXuhg0M All my videos about Dr. Joseph Murphy - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKv1KCSKwOo_OtBhXg2s85UuZBT-OihF_ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/The-Reality-Revolution-Podcast-Hosted-By-Brian-Scott-102555575116999 Join our facebook group The Reality Revolution https://www.facebook.com/groups/523814491927119 Subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgXHr5S3oF0qetPfqxJfSw Contact us at media@advancedsuccessinsitute.com#youareafield #newearth #transformation

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Red Flags To Watch Out For & The Keys To A Healthy Relationship w/Lori Gottlieb EP 1191

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 66:19


Today's guest is Lori Gottlieb. She's a psychotherapist, podcast host, and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which has sold over a million copies and is currently being adapted as a television series for ABC. She's the host of the popular podcast Dear Therapists and she's now releasing a new workbook that serves as a companion to her best-selling book called Maybe You Should Talk To Someone Workbook: A Toolkit for Editing Your Story and Changing Your Life.In this episode we discuss the biggest red flags to look out for in relationships, how to improve your trust and communication with your partner, why it's dangerous to rely on your partner to make you happy, the key things healthy relationships have in common and so much more!Check our part 1: www.lewishowes.com/1190For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1191Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Dating Is Hard: Why Forgiveness Isn't Always The Answer w/Lori Gottlieb EP 1190

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 79:48


Today's guest is Lori Gottlieb. She's a psychotherapist, podcast host, and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which has sold over a million copies and is currently being adapted as a television series for ABC. She's the host of the popular podcast Dear Therapists and she's now releasing a new workbook that serves as a companion to her best-selling book called Maybe You Should Talk To Someone Workbook: A Toolkit for Editing Your Story and Changing Your Life.In this episode we discuss why it's so difficult to find love today, how to better understand your partner, how to break unhealthy cycles from your childhood, the main traits of a narcissist, the common myths around how to truly forgive someone and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1190Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Tamera Mowry On Dealing with Rejection, Reinventing Herself & The Impacts of Fame EP 1189

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 61:08


Today's guest is Tamera Mowry. She's an Emmy award-winning host, actress, producer, and entrepreneur who has captivated audiences for over 20 years. Tamera started her career in Hollywood alongside her sister, Tia, on the hit show Sister, Sister, which aired over 100 episodes from 1994-1999. She also co-hosted the groundbreaking and Emmy-winning talk show, The Real, for six seasons. She's an entrepreneur with her own coffeehouse and coffee line called Barnhouse Napa Brews and most recently she's one of the hosts on HGTV's show Table Wars.In this episode we discuss how Tamera dealt with her identity after the end of her first hit TV show, how to deal with self doubt and find inner peace, how to be successful as a parent while also pursuing your dreams, what Tamera wishes she could share with her 10 year old self and so much more!For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1189Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
How To Heal & Move Forward After Trauma & Abuse w/Deborah Tuerkheimer EP 1186

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 58:10


Today's guest is Deborah Tuerkheimer. She is a professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. She earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard College and her law degree from Yale Law School. Tuerkheimer served for five years as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney's Office, where she specialized in domestic violence and child abuse prosecution. She's written a new book called Credible: Why We Doubt Accusers And Protect Abusers. In this episode we discuss how to create a safe space for people to openly talk about their trauma and abuse,what Deborah calls the credibility complex and how to work around it, what to do if you're a victim who hasn't shared your story yet, why abusers have traditionally been protected and what we need to change in our society, the immediate steps you should take after being abused and so much more.It is my intention to help spread awareness to help those who have dealt with abuse, but there is a chance that this episode could be a trigger for some of you.For more go to: www.lewishowes.com/1186Mel Robbins: The “Secret” Mindset Habit to Building Confidence and Overcoming Scarcity: https://link.chtbl.com/970-podDr. Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind: https://link.chtbl.com/826-podMaster Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins: https://link.chtbl.com/715-podSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.