Some things are worth holding on to.. Other things are important to let go. Which things do we choose to hold tight and how do they impact is spiritually and emotionally? Join V. Lee Henson, President and Founder of AgileDad, as we review the story and think a little deeper.
Listen to author and Ayurvedic practitioner Heather Grzych guide you into acceptance of changes that are happening in your life because of changes happening in the environment around you. Acceptance does not mean you will go numb. It doesn't mean you won't take action. You'll be invited to sit with the full experience of these changes for a moment so that any actions you take happen after you've more completely processed what's happening and have greater passion and clarity. Get ready to experience why letting go is a gift. Heather Grzych is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the host of the Wisdom of the Body podcast. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she teaches the Regenerative Fertility Method to support future generations worldwide. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies. She offers virtual consultations and programs worldwide. www.heathergrzych.com Connect with Heather: Instagram.com/heathergrzych Facebook.com/grzychheather Book a connection call to explore the path of surrender with the Regenerative Fertility Method: https://www.heathergrzych.com/book-online Join Body Church Mind-Body-Spirit New Moon Fasting Group on Facebook Join the Wisdom of the Body club on Clubhouse. This podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only.
Welcome to Life Transformation Radio. In this episode, David Richman and I discuss How today is really day zero (a fresh learning experience) if we let it be. So if you want to see yourself in an honest way, forgive and learn to let go. so you can have a fresh learning experience every day, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: Seeing yourself in an honest way, forgiving and letting go, and learning. That we need to set high-enough goals That today is really day zero (a fresh learning experience) if you let it be. About David Richman David is an author, public speaker, and endurance athlete whose mission is to form more meaningful human connections through storytelling. His first book, Winning in the Middle of the Pack, discussed how to get more out of ourselves than ever imagined. With Cycle of Lives, David shares stories of people overcoming trauma and delves deeply into their emotional journeys with cancer. He continues to do Ironman triathlons and recently completed a solo 4,700-mile bike ride. More Information Learn more about David by visiting Thanks for Tuning In!
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It's easy to compare yourself or your performance to others instead of staying focused on your own improvement. It's easy because we live in a culture obsessed with comparison. Go deep for a minute: How have you shifted your eyes toward your competitors or others' achievements or things? How has this impacted your performance or happiness? Would you like to change your focus? In this episode, Dr. Cindra helps us explore the negative consequences of comparison and what to do instead. Power Phrase of the Week: “ I pursue my standard of excellence. I stay gritty and work to be my best one step at a time.” Quote of the Week: “Comparison is the thief of joy.” —Theodore Roosevelt
Life is like making space to birth the dreams of God into your life and not just on your own. One of the most pleasant and satisfying aspects of life is pursuing God's dream. Though it is not as simple as we imagine, the trip into God's kingdom is fascinating. In this episode, Laurie Anne shares her path in life of following God's dream and letting go of her own dream with her husband. She also digs into how she handles her family, listening to the voice of the people and the voice of God, and doing His will as well. This episode is a must-listen since it has the potential to change your life. Tune in and enjoy! Bio: Laurie Anne Kendrick is one of the most impactful people that had the opportunity of learning from going through ministry school. She was born and raised in the deep South in Birmingham Alabama. And she has been happily married to her childhood sweetheart and the love of her life Rainer ever since 2005, and together they have six beautiful world-changing children. Laurie spent years in the interior design industry before co-founding an inner healing ministry called the Freedom House movement. She and her husband traveled to speak and minister equipping others to move and power and in freedom. Laurie completed two years of Bethel supernatural school of ministry. She has a passion and a calling to raise up wholehearted leaders and minister in an outpouring of the Father's love and joy. Her desire is to see all of God's children walk in total freedom and be brought into wholeness through supernatural healing of body, soul, and spirit. Key Takeaway: How to work on the invitation of God for His ministry Realizing that you don't have to keep changing hats Doing good in the season of your life Believing both the voice of God and the voice of others How to build from a place of a healthy family? People Mentioned: Lisa Bevere Links: https://www.instagram.com/laurieannkendrick/ https://www.instagram.com/freedomhousemovement/?hl=en https://freedomhousemovement.com/about-us https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/freedom-house-movement-podcast-rainer-jnwxoXSi3Iu/ https://www.wearemeantformore.com/live WeAreMeantForMore.com/moment _______________________________________ If you want to share your story on the "Meant For More Podcast," text the word "MOMENT" to 833-231-8098 to submit your story and have Charity read it on the podcast and give you a shoutout! To join the Meant For More Community, text the word “COMMUNITY” to 833-231-8098 to learn more… Text Charity the word "DEVO" to 833-231-8098 for 5 FREE texted daily devotionals with her new devotional card deck. Grab Charity's DevoDeck by going to DevoDeck.com Be sure to visit my website at CharityMajors.com And come hang out with me on social media - @CharityMajors on Instagram and Charity Majors on Facebook. https://www.instagram.com/charitymajors/ https://www.facebook.com/CharityMajorsFanPage/ Join my FREE FB Group: http://www.charitymajors.com/meantformoretribe I look forward to connecting with you! xoxo - Charity Terms & Conditions ----------------------------------------------------- ***If you are feeling STRESSED and are struggling with anxiety, please download Charity's FREE "Reduce Stress Guided Meditation" - http://charitymajors.com/reducestress ***If you desire to place your identity on a firm foundation, grab Charity's "DevoDeck" - a deck of devotional cards, rooted in the identity of who and whose you are. Go to http://devodeck.com/ Grab your copy of my book (and #1 New Release), "Meant For More; Igniting Your Purpose In a World That Tries to Dim Your Light... go to http://book.wearemeantformore.com/ today! ==============================
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Wayne Shepherd joins Mark Gregston to discuss how parents can find a balance between keeping teens close relationally while slowly letting them have more freedom and control over their lives. Teens may fall short of your expectations while learning to make their own decisions, but that gives YOU an opportunity to have genuine discussions with your teen and draw them closer. Don't miss this great topic!
Hey guys, welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of becoming based as men, letting go of old triggers and facing life head on. I hope this podcast is able to help and with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge talks with https://talkingwithteri.com/ (Talking With Teri)'s Teri Karjala. Teri shares that she was a therapist for 25 years before she combined her therapy background with energy psychology and applied principles of quantum physics. Teri's work combines understanding the business, transformational, and spiritual aspects of entrepreneurship. Often, we get in our own way when it comes to getting our business to the next level. Teri shares the top five negative blocks she sees when it comes to being our own greatest obstacles. These blocks are self-limiting beliefs, self-sabotage, fear overwhelm, burnout, and imposter syndrome. Teri explains that one of her clients brings in 78 billion dollars annually – but has terrible self-esteem. Working with Teri has helped her bring up her own view of herself – and has helped her get out of her own way. Teri explains that many business owners and thought leaders have trauma from the industries they work in. This is what leads to issues with self-esteem or any of the five blocks, especially in high achievers. Teri shares that she's interviewed entrepreneurs from all walks of life, and they all experience these types of blocks. If we don't address these blocks, it will get to a point where you can't grow anymore. As Teri says, ‘a new level creates a new devil'. How we address these blocks not only directly impacts your quality of life, but also your business. Stop to consider what your business would look like if you didn't stop yourself out of fear. How many more discovery calls might you have booked or connections might you have made? When you lead with generosity and love, you don't need to be afraid of asks. You might still have fear as you work on your blocks, but Teri reminds us that fear is a warning sign. Accept that fear and appreciate that you have a comfort zone that you're taking steps out of, but take those steps anyway. We weren't put here to stay the same, Teri says, so ground yourself with growth and evolution. Teri invites our audience to ask themselves ‘what's right about this that I'm not getting?' Your brain will naturally seek out the answer - this will teach you slowly how to gather important, positive insights from a negative situation. She also invites our audience to remember that your brain will find what it seeks; when you perceive something is negative, ask yourself ‘how much better can this get?' This opens your mind and energy to more possibilities through this perspective of gratitude. Want to learn more? Check out Talking With Teri's website at https://talkingwithteri.com/ (https://talkingwithteri.com/). If you would be interested in listening to Teri on her podcast, check it out at https://talkingwithteri.com/podcast/ (https://talkingwithteri.com/podcast/). Check out Teri Karjala on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/terikarjala/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/terikarjala/). Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). ✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures.https://upmyinfluence.com/b2b ( Learn more here). ✅ Check out our freehttps://upmyinfluence.com/1 ( Authority Transformation Masterclass).
When was the last time you were full of fear? Last week, I was full of fear and I've learned that my fear stems from anxiety and a harsh inner critic, including unrealistic expectations of myself. So, this episode is perfect timing because we're talking about embracing our fear.I'm chatting with speaker, author, and leader, Alexa Glazer. She guides humans to radical resilience through self-acceptance, presence, and play. She uses her words, both written and spoken, to honestly and openly connect with you, your heart, and your greatest desires.She is the author of Livin' the Dream … today because tomorrow is not promised and the forthcoming book, Your Permission Slip: To Self-Acceptance, Forgiveness and Letting Go With Grace.In today's episode, you'll learn:-How loss changes us and who we are- The power of giving ourselves permission- How we always feel we're too much or never enough- How to reframe our view of fear to work for us- How to stop making excuses to avoid fear- How loss changes how we show up in our relationshipsIf you're ready to change your view of fear and embrace it so that it works for you versus against you, stick around for our chat.
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This diary entry is a deep reflection on the idea of "Letting go of the pain" I recorded on February 7th 2022. So this episode is really a reflection on my life from October/November 2021 - February 2022. In this vulnerable, raw diary entry, I was realizing I need to truly let go of the pain from my past, the pain that I carry and accept what is. The pain of my grandmother no loner being here... I reflected on this idea of letting go of who I thought I was supposed to be and accepted who I am. Letting go of the need to control the world around me and focusing on a controlled environment. More Info: diaryofamadblackman.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diaryofamadblackman/message
I recently had a problem with my computer—whatever I put in my "trash" would just stay there; I couldn't empty it • I started thinking about how that could describe our personal “trash”—our freak-outs and obsessions, our worries and regrets, as well as what we read in the news • we can shove that stuff deep within us, and sometimes it's not so easy to know how to let it go • one approach is not to take anything in: closing our hearts, closing ourselves to the pain and confusion within us and around us • but the notion of letting go is based on actually opening our hearts and taking something in fully, but then not dwelling or holding onto it, but releasing it • as we let go, we bring ourselves more completely into the situation • when you can let go and open to a situation, you can connect with something that is sacred and holy, something beyond our small world of self-fixation and self-absorption.
APPLY TO JOIN FREEDOM CLUB In today's episode of Money, Mindset and Manifestation Podcast Marley sits down with her first ever business coach Angela McNally DeBartolo to catch up and talk all about Angela's healing journey. They talk about: How to let go of control Manifesting pregnancy Healing Journey Feeling worthy of money Connect with Angela: Website: https://www.angelamcnally.com/ Instagram: @angelamcnally Want to get a FREE money Hypnosis? Add an honest review to Apple, what you think about the podcast and if it's helped you in any way Screenshot your review right away and send it to email@example.com Wait for the magic to arrive in your inbox! In case you missed her last episode! Follow along with Marley at @marleyroseharris or send her an email to Hello@marleyrose.ca!
Letting go of our worldly concerns is a daily choice we make. It is a choice to look up towards heaven instead of around at the brokenness in our world. May today's devotional encourage you and help you to stay Heaven-focused. We are starting a new series on the podcast and it's filled with devotionals written for you, sweet mama friend! Press play and be restored by God's Word. Sending prayers and hugs your way! Xoxo Stephanie // EMAIL STEPH —> firstname.lastname@example.org + GET ON THE MONTHLY HAPPY MAIL LIST —> bit.ly/monthlyhappymail [ Grab your FREE devotional for moms + kids by heading to bit.ly/godiswithyoumama ]
No matter your personality, we all experience a certain tension between control and creativity in scrapbooking. It's a feeling that regularly presents new opportunities to loosen our grip on perfectionism and stop getting in our own way. In this episode I'm joined by Ali Edwards, a passionate storyteller and industry veteran, to chat about her experiences in letting go. You'll hear about the stories that shaped her personality, why projects are her comfort zone, and what she's searching for in this season of life. See the full show notes for this episode at simplescrapper.com/syw172. ♥ Love the podcast? Join our creative community today.
Are you living life to thrive, or merely survive? Joining Sarah Grynberg today is mind-shifting coach, author and ‘organically jamie' founder, Jamie Graber. In this aspiring conversation, Sarah and Jamie discuss the deep wisdom and techniques that can be used to help people let go of limiting beliefs; the darkness of her eating disorder; what it took to rebuild her life; and the story of her greatest manifestation: her son. If you are looking to move forwards by crafting a life of joy and contentment, then this enlightening episode and Jamie's faithful words will not only empower you to believe in your own growth, but to step into your own success story: even in the midst of life's most challenging moments. Follow Sarah for more wisdom and inspiration: Instagram: instagram.com/sarahgrynberg Website: https://sarahgrynberg.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/sarahgrynberg Twitter: twitter.com/sarahgrynberg YouTube: youtube.com/sarahgrynberg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
About This Episode: Allison Kenny brought me HOME to myself and gave me the therapy session I didn't know I needed! Wow. You've got to take a listen to this amazing mom and life coach, who, in raising her own neurodivergent child, had to re-wire her brain for different outcomes in motherhood than the way she grew up. You'll want a notepad handy to jot down some really amazing, stick-with-you-for-days takeaways. Here are just a few of the topics we discussed:-The false narrative of what raising kids in our society looks like-Moms' suffering mental health due to putting ourselves last-The foster-to-adopt system and how it created a false illusion of preparedness-"Survival wiring" - perfectionism and hustle -Reactive Attachment Disorder-"Shift Parenting" - What is it?-The trauma and PTSD that comes with the tough moments of motherhoodYou can find Allison on IG @allisonkenny_coach and on FB @ Allison Kenny. Please shower Allison with love and support by SHARING this episode with a mom who needs to hear her story!MORE:-For bonus episodes, monthly printables, Zoom hangouts, on-air shouts, and more (including the change to submit your family picture as the podcast cover art!) head to patreon.com/ontheharddays and sponsor the show.-Want to be a part of my support group community, Mothers Together? Head over to ontheharddays.com/motherstogether to sign up. Our next group starts on June 1st!-Subscribe to On The Hard Days via Apple, Spotify, or however you get your podcasts. *Please leave a review* to spread the word to other moms around the world!
Shame is that emotion that we fee when we know we've made a mistake, and if we let that shame linger it can become toxic. In today's Gospel, Peter is feeling that shame after having denied Jesus. Pastor Jonathan shows us that Jesus, by asking Peter to "Feed my Lambs," has destroyed the need for shame. Our shame need not become toxic, because we are forgiven.
You're meant to reach your greatest potential, but staying stuck to the past and old ways of being can hold you back. In this episode, Liz shares a framework that allows you to invite in the future- new dreams, new plans, and new successes. About the podcast:Reset is a casual spiritual conversation that inspires you to listen to yourself, love yourself, and say yes to life. It is hosted by Liz Tran, an executive coach to founders and CEOs of tech startups, and the founder of Reset.Instagram: @resetnycWebsite link
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Welcome to the 3rd season. Please enjoy this story, narrated by Myungju, and its follow up conversation with Myungju & Hwalson Sunim. A man journeys home through the misty mountains & beauty of old Korea. As previous karma follows his path, he meets with unexpected fortune & terror. Letting Go, written by Zen Master Daehaeng, presents us with a story to which we might all relate. Zen Master Daehaeng (1927 - 2012) was a Buddhist nun began her spiritual life at the age of 8 in Korea, before its split into North & South. As an enlightened master, she taught for more than 40 years at the Han Ma Um Center (founded 1972), and broke many of the traditional roles in Korean Buddhism, by having both male & female disciples, and teaching that people from all walks of life could practice & awaken to their true nature. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bluecollarzendetroit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bluecollarzendetroit/support
In today's episode Marsha will discuss the act of letting fort total freedom. When we choose to hold on to old beliefs, ideas and patterns it can keep us stuck! It keeps up from becoming who we were meant to be. It is when decide to let go that we can experience total freedom. Many of us has experienced being told things that shaped our belief systems as well our behavior. It may have left a negative impact or a positive one, but it has made an impact never the less. A part of letting go is releasing the old self which includes letting go of people, old beliefs, habits, emotions as well as behaviors that does not serve nor elevate your personal growth. The purpose of this episode is to get you to see that your reality is based on what you believe so if you change what you believe you can change your life and experience real freedom. Check out the new book by CLICKING HERE!
Hey everyone! I'm excited to introduce to you a new series here in the podcast called #BehindTheMic. In this series, I'm going to be having conversations with you about some of the ‘behind the scenes' of our company. And it's not only about what's happening inside the company, but more importantly the lessons we're learning as things progress in our business. I'll see you behind the mic!
How many times have you stayed in a situation longer than you should've just to prove something to others? We are all guilty of this one and today we break that pattern. Welcome to Flow On, a special solo episode on Forever Athlete Radio where together we go FAR. In these monthly podcast episodes I want to let you in on the behind the scenes of both my own personal life and what goes into Forever Athlete as a whole. Today we jam on: -My move to Austin Texas and why I'm choosing to say goodbye to LA after being here 16 months. -Changing the mental health scene proactively, not just through awareness -Reflecting on 5 years since swimming retirement: what I wish 22 year old me knew back then and advice to those retiring right now -The overall direction Forever Athlete is heading As always, appreciate you being here. Connect with us on our Forever Athlete Discord here: https://discord.gg/MTRUuUM6P5 Check out events and programs on our website here: https://www.forever-athlete.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cory-camp/message
I want to encourage you to let go of your past. I know—it's not easy to do that. But like everything else in the Christian journey, it's something you learn to do by faith, not necessarily by feelings. The passage in Scripture which speaks to this so clearly is from Philippians 3:13-14, where the Apostle Paul writes: “Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Paul says that he's not all the way there—he doesn't have everything figured out. But he knows that in order to go forward, he has to forget what is behind. That doesn't mean you can literally erase your memory, but rather that you refuse to re-live the past, to dwell in the past. It's gone and there's nothing you can do to change it. You must stop telling yourself that you are a victim or you aren't qualified or you've messed up so much that there's no hope. You can't undo the past, but you can make today and all your tomorrows promising and good through the power of Jesus Christ. There's a prize ahead for you, if you are a follower of Jesus Christ. There's a reason to be hopeful and joyful because of Jesus who has called you to be in heaven with him. Dwelling on your past keeps you mired in hopelessness, self-pity, anger, or depression. God has good days ahead for you. Can you, by faith and through his power, let go of your past? Just pray right now that God will make that a reality in your life and keep praying it as often as you need to. You'll discover that what you can't do on your own—let go of your past—God can do for you. (Click here to download the entire message for this week.)
In my own belief, the Sixers did make a huge mistake letting Jimmy Butler walk into free agency two years ago. I broke down why Philadelphia lost 99 to 90 in game 6. Also, I did my own analysis on what Daryl Morey had said about bringing back Doc Rivers for the third season and how Morey could move Tobias Harris or another player to acquire a star player. Yes, Jimmy Butler is playing out of his mind in this postseason but another player that has that same dog mentality personality is Washington's guard Bradley Beal who can potentially be in a Sixers uniform sooner than later. For the Philadelphia Eagles, Howie Roseman is just building a winning team after landing CB James Bradberry in free agency on a one-year deal, 10 million. I think this move was something Philadelphia needed to address and Roseman got it done to fill that hole in the secondary department. Now I understand Marcus Epps could be a sleeper to start in the safety position but if Howie Roseman wants to really impress the people from the Philly area, the birds need to trade for star safety from the Bengals Jesse Bates III who is just a monster attacking opponents in the midfield location. Cincinnati and Bates III are in a disagreement on contract talks. It sounds like the safety doesn't even want to play on the franchise tag and when a player is being asked to play on that type of deal that team may not believe in that player's ability to play for them. #sixers67 #eagles67
Holli and Jeanna canNOT wait for you to listen to T H I S episode! What a magnificent conversation with an incredibly creative and talented (like VIP main stage talent!), compassionate, warm, and wickedly gifted personal impact coach Gido Schimanski! He leveraged his personal story of evolution, mastery, and commitment to continual development (spoiler alert: Gido reminds us all that personal development is not about fixing who we are but rather identifying where we might want to improve.) into a thriving consulting and coaching business. More about Gido: Gido Schimanski is an international teacher and coach best known for his transformational programs with clients who are often in the public eye. He helps them under all that pressure to become the best at their game, stay the best and above all ENJOY what they have achieved, so that they don't sabotage themselves in their most defining moments, but can draw on 100% of their potential. From limiting beliefs to forgiveness, Gido spills all the magic beans! Following a fortunate career on stage and screen Gido now works with senior executives, professional footballers, musical theatre stars and the occasional pop-star. He is the creator of the Successful Auditions Programme for Creative High Achievers, the CD Angels of Forgiveness - The Little Journey of Letting Go and most recently launched his new online program called 6 WEEK MASTERS - Your blockbuster in 6 parts. Gido has worked closely with The Royal Academy of Music in London, The Voice College, as well as Fusion5 Performance in Germany. He was co-founder of The Network for Transformational Leaders and a founding member of The Change Makers. He has specialized in the high-achieving mindset and the techniques at the core of his work very often leave his clients with instant shifts in their reality. And, as you listen to this episode, you will also hear that Gido has a new fan/stalker in Holli AND Jeanna. (But, not to worry, Jeanna is committed to supporting the paperwork for Gido!) We hope this episode inspires you all to embrace the new levels, same devils (you gotta listen to the episode!) and don't change who you are but consider taking away what was never yours. Podcast References: Gido's website Instagram As always, thanks for listening and we look forward to sharing more LOA badassery conversations with you! Please consider leaving a review and subscribing or dropping us a note to say hi and share your thoughts. www.loauncorked.com l email@example.com I Insta: @loauncorked I FB: loauncorked
Learning to let go is a gift you can give yourself, a very valuable gift. I'm often amazed at how people get so bent-out-of-shape over the small stuff. You know—like yelling at an airline employee because a flight is late, screaming at the driver in front who stopped on a green light, fussing at your kids or mate because they left socks on the floor, losing sleep because your next-door neighbor's dog irritates you. Small stuff. And then I have to recognize that I let small stuff upset my days far too often as well. Years ago I began to see that this was a problem for me. I was really bad at letting the small stuff ruin my days. So, I started praying about it, for one thing; and then I learned a simple technique which has served me well. When I'm starting to get upset, I ask myself, “What difference will this make in twenty-four hours?” And I've set a rule for myself that if it won't matter this time tomorrow, I simply am not allowed to spend any energy on it. I can't get angry; I can't get frustrated; I can't get my feelings hurt; I can't complain about it—because it won't make one bit of difference this time tomorrow. I highly recommend that you learn to ask yourself this simple question—what difference will this make in twenty-four hours—because I can testify that it is life-changing. You will learn to let go of the small stuff, and you'll discover that probably about 90 percent of what is bugging you today is small stuff that won't matter in twenty-four hours. Just think of how much stress this will take out of your life. Jesus said, “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34).
If you have been struggling with loving yourself this episode is sure to help you on your healing journey. On this week's episode Coach Tee provides you with some helpful tips on how to start loving yourself. Website: https://therwcpodcast.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow on IG @https://www.instagram.com/realwomenchroniclesYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz-xQUinYGhvi5CJPiIc0BQTiktok @ https://email@example.com
This week's episode was previously recorded in February. This was my last day recording at the Spotify Frequency Free Studio and I recap the experience. I also answer some listener questions. I appreciate you joining me on this journey. Meditation by James Woods aka Dat Yoga Dude (@datyogadude) Thank you for listening. Please subscribe to all of our channels. Hope you enjoy! May 19 DatYogaDude and I will be releasing our latest project Phone Meditations that will be available at datyogadude.com My book, In A Panorama: Journal Entries, Short Essays and Other Thangs is available along with The Art of Letting Go merch at www.justmikebrown.com If you would like to give us some feedback or just reach out to us feel free: https://anchor.fm/theartoflettinggopodcast/message (voicemail) @theartoflettinggopodcast (ig) @aolgpodcast (twitter) firstname.lastname@example.org (213) 394-2773 Music by: Mike Brown #newepisode #linkinbio #podcast #artoflettinggo #conversation #mentalhealth #quarantine #blackmen #blackvoices #blacklgbt #1925society #topshelf4life #feelfree2feelfree #therapy #spotify #frequency #freestudio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theartoflettinggopodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theartoflettinggopodcast/support
Kevin Sweeney joins us to talk about his provocative new book: "The Making of a Mystic: My Journey with Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It's Okay For Everyone to Relax". Can psilocybin (AKA Magic mushrooms) lead someone to Christ? The answer is yes and Kevin tells us all about it. Dig in and let us know what you think. About the book: “There is an increasing interest in the mystics, contemplative faith, and what this feels like in real life. We have teachers who can explain the path and help us understand, but we need guides who have experienced the path, and who can show us how it unfolds. This is what the making of a mystic is about. While everyone is talking about deconstruction, their faith falling apart, and the dark night of the soul, this book is written from the place of joy, freedom, and light on the other side.” About Kevin: He is the host of the podcast “The Church Needs Therapy” and is the author of the forthcoming books, “The Making of a Mystic: My Journey with Mushrooms, My Life as a Pastor, and Why It's Okay For Everyone to Relax,” out on May 31st, and “The Joy of Letting Go” which will be out in January 2023. Both on Quoir Publishing. He lives In Honolulu with his wife and co-founder of Imagine, Christine, and their two kids, True and Mikayla. If you like what you hear, SHARE IT WITH ONE FRIEND this week. https://www.facebook.com/brosbiblesbeer https://twitter.com/brosbiblesbeer https://www.brosbiblesbeer.com Instagram: @brosbiblesbeer Email: email@example.com Bros Bibles & Beer is: Jeff, Scott, Zack & Andy Find us wherever fine podcasts are distributed. Oh, and share us with a friend this week! Grace. Peace. Cheers! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bbbpod/message
Is there someone in your life right now that has done you wrong? Someone who deserves to be punished and suffer for the wrong they've done you? Are you willing to let go of your right for revenge? This is one area where lots of us find it very difficult to let go. If you've been truly hurt by someone—especially someone who has never apologized or tried to make it right or even acknowledged that they hurt you—no doubt your natural reaction is to get back at them. How can they get off scot free while you are left hurting, even devastated? It just eats at your sense of fair play—it's just not fair. So, how in the world can you let go of this deep desire to see them punished for what they've done to you? I've met people who have become so fixated on the hurt done to them, so determined that the other person suffer, that they have become obsessed with revenge. It's understandable how a person could get to this place. Your mind dwells on the injustice, and the more you think about it, the more you cannot let go of the anger. Then that anger turns into bitterness and you inflict even more pain and hurt on yourself. The Bible says that vengeance belongs to the Lord and he will repay. If you're hanging on to a desire for revenge, this is one truth you need to learn and accept. God is the avenger; he knows who deserves punishment; he knows about wrongs that have never been set right. And unless a person repents and truly forsakes their ways, God is going to have the last word. Those wrongs will not always go unavenged. So, if you can let go of your desire to get your pound of flesh; if you can take them off your hook and put them on God's hook, you will free yourself from the terrible pain of that hurt. The more you refuse to let go, the more you increase the pain. And the more you suffer for it. One of the best gifts you can ever give yourself is to let go of your right for revenge. Trust the God who sees and knows all, and who will someday settle every score—his way.
Weekend Retreat with Ajahn Appiccato at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia, from 6th to 8th May 2022. Track 5 : – The Meaning of Letting Go, Guided Metta Meditation - 8th May 22. See the full retreat on bswa.org here. Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon. To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the teaching you want and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.
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What mom doesn't need the reminder to let go of control and give it all to God? Am I right? Press play and be encouraged by God's Holy Word. We are starting a new series on the podcast and it's filled with devotionals written for you, sweet mama friend! Press play and be restored by God's Word. Sending prayers and hugs your way! Xoxo Stephanie // EMAIL STEPH —> firstname.lastname@example.org + GET ON THE MONTHLY HAPPY MAIL LIST —> bit.ly/monthlyhappymail [ Grab your FREE devotional for moms + kids by heading to bit.ly/godiswithyoumama ]
Have you ever heard of the gift of letting go? Well, this gift of letting go isn't found in the Bible per se, but certainly the Bible is full of admonitions to let go. I want to talk about letting go of the controls of your life—and this applies to all of us control-freaks! Proverbs 3:5-6 makes it very clear that we are to turn over the controls to the Lord: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.” And again in Isaiah 48:17: “This is what the Lord says— your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: ‘I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go.'” It's easy to quote these verses, but when it comes to giving up your plans and asking God to direct you in the way you should go, well, that's not quite so easy, is it? Maybe you do what I've often done—you come up with your plans and then you ask God to bless them. Lord, here is what I want to do; it's a really good plan; I've thought it through very carefully and I'm sure you agree that this is the way I should go. So, please bless my plans. Are you guilty of that kind of control tendency, as I often am? When will we learn that God's ways are best? As we just read from Isaiah, God teaches us what is best for us. He's not trying to make your way hard; he's not trying to steal your joy. He simply knows what is best for you. He is far better at controlling your life than you are! So, please give him the blank piece of paper and ask him to write the plan. And here's the thing: this gift of letting go of the controls of your life and giving God permission to run your show is not a once and for all thing. It's pretty much a daily attitude, an on-going commitment, an intentional decision you will have to make on a regular basis. Your days need to begin with relinquishing the controls of your life to God for that day, admitting your inadequacy to control your own lives, and once again acknowledging that you belong to God and he is in control. I urge you to let go of the controls of your life—give them over to God. And then do it again tomorrow and tomorrow—and all the tomorrows of your life. You'll never regret it.
Ya'll we are tackling a topic that we do not talk about enough today and that's letting go of friendships as an adult! In this episode you'll hear from a new friend of mine, Alex Csillag, on a transition he recently went through where he had to let go of an old friendship. We chat through how to know if the people around you are helping you to grow or keeping you mentally stuck and what to do about it! We're also chatting about Will Smith and Chris Rock in this episode, so you'll get my take on what happened at the Oscars. Thanks for being here friend! To send me your questions, head over to NicoleWalters.com/message or DM me on Instagram @NicoleWalters. Get all the links and resources mentioned in this episode over on the show notes at NicoleWalters.com/episode304 Talk soon! Produced by Dear Media Dear Media
So many of us are crippled by other people's opinions so much so that we alter our life choices and actions out of fear of hypothetical negative judgements. This epi is all about how to break free of that cycle and empower you to live for you! . Shop the books here // https://www.amazon.com/shop/livfiit?listId=20MNY4GGY77KN *This is my affiliated Amazon Storefront. I do receive a small commission when you shop through this link.* . Youtube (@LIVFIIT) // https://www.youtube.com/c/Livfiit/videos Instagram (@LIVFIIT) // https://www.instagram.com/livfiit/?hl --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/livfiit/support
Scared for delivery day? You are SO not alone! Fears and anxiety around birth are perfectly normal... BUT they can also keep you up at night and suck the joy right out of this special time. Sarah was so scared leading up to D Day that she reached BACK out to the same Hypnotherapist that helped her through her needle phobia earlier in pregnancy. Renowned Hypnotherapist and Transformational Coach, Steve Roehm, hops on the pod this week to help us treat our fears around the unknown. He has helped thousands through fears and phobias and gives us some tricks and tools we can use at home to gain better control over our thoughts! Want more from our Guest?! Steve Roehm Want to book a session with Steve? Check out his website https://steveroehm.com/ (HERE)! Learn more about Steve https://nashvillehypnosis.com/steve-roehm-2/ (HERE)! Connect on IG https://www.instagram.com/steveroehm/?hl=en (@SteveRoehm) Stay in touch with Sarah too! Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahmerrill_hall/ (@SarahMerrill_Hall) The Big Kid Problems humor account https://www.instagram.com/Bigkidproblems/?hl=en (@bigkidproblems)! Need another great podcast? Check out https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/big-kid-problems/id1453449308 (The Big Kid Problems Podcast!) Find more at www.BigKidProblems.com
A friend once said to me that she was learning about the gift of letting go, and I immediately related to what she was saying. There are several gifts of the Spirit listed in Scripture, but you won't find the “gift of letting go” there. So, it's not a gift that some people have and others don't. Rather it is a gift we give ourselves, and we are the only ones who can do that—and everyone desperately needs this gift. I began to make a list of what we often need to let go of, and I was thinking that maybe this list would be helpful to you as well. Letting Go of Our Dreams We all need goals and visions and missions that we aspire to and work toward. So, I'm not talking about letting go of God-given dreams and ambitions. I'm talking about letting go of your daydreams, for one thing. If you're not careful, you can find yourself living in a world of daydreams. I think this is often a result of missing pieces in our lives, and we start to build a fictional world in our minds around that missing piece. For example, if you want to be married and that piece is missing in your life right now, you can start daydreaming about how wonderful married life would be. Even if there is no potential mate in sight, you can imagine the perfect mate who would fulfill all your dreams and make that make-believe world a reality. That may seem harmless—and small amounts of very occasional daydreaming are—but when it becomes mind-consuming, you are setting yourself up for discouragement, depression, disappointment and disillusionment. And another thing—living in that make-believe world consumes time and energy and keeps you from productive activities. Then sometimes you need to let go of a life-long dream and trust God for your future. If you're dealing with a broken dream—one that seemed like a dream-come-true but instead has turned into a nightmare—you may be at that point where you need to let it go. Believe me, I know that seems like mission impossible, but it's not as hard as you think it will be, and if it's time to let go, God will reward you with a peace that will amaze you. I've been there, and I remember when I finally let go of my broken dream, peace swept over me like I never imagined and I realized how much of my pain was self-inflicted.
In today's conversation, we discuss what it looks like to start rebuilding trust after you've forgiven. How do you know a relationship is worth mending? And we touch on the hard and sometimes awkward work that forgiveness requires from both parties. For affordable and accessible online therapy visit https://www.betterhelp.com/tomysisters Join the sisterhood and the conversation @tomysisterhood #tomysisters https://www.tomysisters.com