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Next to Madison
All About the Brain & Why Our Thoughts Determine Our Reality

Next to Madison

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 62:01


Join me for part 2 with Dr. Gail Gross where she discusses the inter-workings of the brain and why our thoughts really do shape our reality.

Take The Lead
Understanding How Unconscious Bias Impacts Workplace Culture With Sejal Thakkar

Take The Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 62:12


Unconscious bias is a problem for many organizations aiming to become more inclusive because it is unconscious, as the name suggests, and they're hard to pinpoint. People, including leaders, have their biases, which come out even when aiming for diversity, perhaps even more then. Today's guest is Sejal Thakkar, Chief Culture Officer at Nobody Studios, and has a great TEDx Talk about The Pain, Paradox, and Power of Bias. In this episode, she joins Dr. Diane Hamilton to discuss how biases manifest in the workplace even as organizations work towards inclusivity. They are looking at equity from the wrong lens. Join in for an insightful discussion on how to foster an inclusive workplace culture that truly empowers employees. Plus, they discuss dealing with harassment and discrimination and the importance of language.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Take The Lead community today:DrDianeHamilton.comDr. Diane Hamilton FacebookDr. Diane Hamilton TwitterDr. Diane Hamilton LinkedInDr. Diane Hamilton YouTubeDr. Diane Hamilton Instagram

Dropping Bombs
Candace Charee. How to Manifest Your Dreams. Episode 425 with The Real Brad Lea (TRBL)

Dropping Bombs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 59:27


Candace Charee' specializes in helping people, just like you, manifest the lives of their dreams. By fusing practical strategies with the teachings of esteemed manifestation teacher Neville Goddard, Candace walks her students down the path of elevating to the next level and creating their best lives.   In this episode, Brad and Candace discuss the meaning behind manifestation and how to create through the law of assumption.   00:00 Intro 02:30 Neville Goddard 06:00 “You're doing manifestation no matter what.” - Candace Charee 08:41 A miraculous happening 10:51 Step one is education 12:00 “By changing our beliefs we no longer block the things that want to come to us.” - Candace Charee 15:00 People showing up based on your assumptions 17:30 Expect vs. Assume 20:26 What people are missing 22:55 Check out Candace's Facebook groups! 26:30 It's about the transformation 31:23 Unconscious vs. conscious brain 37:00 What Candace's plans are 38:43 Effort defined 41:36 “You have to be your number one priority.” - Candace Charee 46:05 Proving it 51:20 Who is correct? 55:00 Tech Companies 57:46 Healing  

The Male Entrepreneur Podcast with Purdeep Sangha
Unlocking the Power of Unconscious Goals

The Male Entrepreneur Podcast with Purdeep Sangha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 22:07


When your subconscious goals line up with your conscious goals, everything just flows. But, how do you find that kind of alignment? This week, we answer that question, as well as exploring: The only real right you have in lifeSecrets of success you can only learn from natureWhy your unconscious might be preventing you from reaching your conscious goalsThe hidden dangers of your comfort zoneWhy asking "why" is the root of all truthHow to live in alignment and have your goals fulfill themselvesWhy wealth doesn't always bring happiness Six things you need in order to feel fulfillmentWhat values to look for in your friendshipsWhy mentors are so useful on your journeyAnd a lot more Listen now.

The Successful Pitch with John Livesay
Unbias With Stacey Gordon  

The Successful Pitch with John Livesay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:21


Unconscious bias stops you from seeing someone qualified enough to do the job. John Livesay's guest in this episode is Stacey Gordon, author of UNBIAS: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work. Stacey discusses with John how experiencing exclusion as a black female herself inspired her to write this book. People often hire people who look like them. We have a misguided notion that whatever we have done is the best way to do it. We dislike difference and change. Listen to this episode to discover how we can work our way to diversity and inclusion. Tune in and be unbiased! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Successful Pitch community today: JohnLivesay.com John Livesay Facebook John Livesay Twitter John Livesay LinkedIn John Livesay YouTube

Your Best Year Starts Here! with Nigel Risner and Neil Martin
156 - Unconscious Thoughts and Negative Consequences

Your Best Year Starts Here! with Nigel Risner and Neil Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 14:14


How many of your thoughts and decisions are you actually aware of? How about your self talk? How much of it is positive and supportive? How much is negative? What are the consequences of that self talk (and your unconscious thoughts)?

THE RICH CELENZA SHOW
#857 - It May Be Time To Reinvent Yourself (RICH CELENZA Podcast)

THE RICH CELENZA SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 8:49


A lot of people may not want to admit it but they may want to reinvent who they are. Or they may like to just start living an entirely different lifestyle. But so many people never make the move because they are afraid of what others may think of them. Or are afraid to make changes because they are not sure how things may pan out. If you're somewhere out there looking to change up their identity then start making the move. No better time than the present.

Sadler's Lectures
Sigmund Freud, Introductory Lecture 31 - Meanings Of "Unconscious" - Sadler's Lectures

Sadler's Lectures

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 14:41


This lecture discusses key ideas from the 19th and 20th century psychologist, writer, and originator of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud's Introductory Lecture number 31, "The Dissection of the Psychical Personality" It focuses specifically on his discussion of the different senses of a key term and concept for psychoanalysis, namely "unconscious". Freud clarifies several distinct senses of that term, and argues that one of these should really be called "preconcious" To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Get Freud's New Introductory Lectures here - https://amzn.to/3djJp76

Being [at Work]
Daily Dose Takeover: Addressing Women's Own Unconscious Biases with Erica Ballard

Being [at Work]

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 4:23


Being [at Work] offers a daily dose of leadership focused on helping you, the leader. During challenging times we need all of the encouragement we can get. This Daily Dose is brought to you by Erica Ballard, a life coach on a mission to help companies retain, recruit, and promote female talent. Listen as she gives insight on what leaders can do to keep their female workforce.

NO CEILINGS
Conscious Convos | Sue Moreno | Amsterdam | 2021

NO CEILINGS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 85:55


Welcome to The NoCeilings Podcast and another exclusive Conscious Conversation, where we get to learn about our fellow Conscious Creators and their personal life experiences while navigating through a rapidly changing and transitory time.  Welcome to what we signed up for: The age of Aquarius; The age of enlightenment; Where the Light and Dark dance in our faces and we get to CHOOSE where we participate as either an Unconscious or Conscious Creator.  Choices. This is a brief summary of Sue Moreno, our guest from Amsterdam, who is a Conscious Creator, a passionate vocalist, songwriter and performer.  With a solid base of Americana, Sue Moreno adds a variety of musical styles: Classic country, gospel, jazz and vintage pop to create her own unique sound. Her show concepts have taken her all over the world, with performances and tours in Europe and America to Scandinavia and South-America. She's played sold-out residential shows and traveled with succesful theater tours in the Netherlands and Europe. Sue has worked with many well-known musicians and artists and can be seen & heard with her own jazz combo as well as guesting with a number of big bands and received awards for various stellar performances. Her vocals can be heard in commercials like Flowerbomb perfume of Fashion House and various themes for Otazu Jewellery. Her music has also been used on the catwalk in Paris. In this free flow convo, where Sue and I have never spoken before, other than direct messaging on social media, we got to discuss our experiences and perspectives on what's happening in the world today.  You can find Sue Moreno Website Instagram Please enjoy! Conscious creators, we are the future! Rob Reynosa  

Parity Podcast
The World Is Bigger Than Your Backyard, Interview of Tracy J. Edmonds

Parity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 65:44


In this episode, Tracy J. Edmonds, the author of Wild Hair and the owner of TJE Coaching and Consulting, explains how authenticity can disrupt gender bias, help us connect with others, and transform women into more effective and visible leaders.  Subscribe!  Time-stamped show notes are below.    Intro 1:20  Tracy J. Edmonds is a mom, coach, consultant, and author of Wild Hair   Episode Breakdown 1:55 In today's episode we discuss: What is authenticity and how do we discover who we are How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work   Who is Tracy J. Edmonds? 2:35 Recovering corporate soldier, 31 year corporate veteran, former Chief Diversity Officer of Fortune 500 company 2:53 Pivoting to entrepreneurship and unlearning in order to chart a new path 3:00 Now coaches women and offers diversity consulting - TJE Coaching & Consulting, LLC   What is authenticity? 3:30 Important for women to be authentic but it is challenging in male-dominated organizations and industries 4:00 Definitions of authentic, Webster's definition 4:12 Authenticity is also being true to yourself 4:40 We all have different lived experiences and being true to ourselves is different for each of us   How do we discover our own authenticity? 5:15 Discovering your own authenticity is challenging 5:30 Don't assume that you know who you are 5:54 We are often defined by expectations of others  6:16 Discovering your own authenticity is a journey and takes time 6:20 4 principles of authenticity Self honesty - look internally about who you are and what you want Courage - how do you put your fear in action Confidence - have a healthy respect for who you are and your abilities Resilience - stay the course over a lifetime 7:50 Tracy's motivation to write Wild Hair 8:55 Tracy's moments of dissonance or disagreements between her authentic self and what was expected of her 9:15 Tracy straightened her hair for many years  10:25 As the Chief Diversity Officer, she decided to make a change and wear her hair naturally - this was Tracy's “wild hair moment” 10:55 Tracy's actions were freeing for many women, particularly Black women  11:50 Too much emphasis on women's appearances and impact of COVID 12:45 COVID created chaos but that gives us the opportunity to make change    How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture? 14:40 People rate women highly on leadership skills but men recieve more leadership roles 15:00 Authentic leadership can help women be seen inside organizations and disrupt unconscious bias 15:45 Women don't need to check the box for all requirements to lean in and seek leadership opportunities 17:00 It is empowering for women to think about:  What is it that I do that no one else can?  What makes me unique?  What impact can I make through what I have and what I do?  18:30 Increased focus on mothers due to COVID 19:05 Understanding your own authenticity can help you navigate motherhood/parenthood 19:45 Story of woman preparing for maternity leave 20:55 Greatest challenge is when we're out of integrity with ourselves (ie, working instead of attending a baseball game or vice versa) 21:40 Easy for us to “lose ourselves” as we struggle to keep up with work and personal life 23:10 Navigating careers and work-life balance is easier when there are male allies providing support 23:42 Importance of vulnerability in being authentic 24:50 Only be vulnerable when it adds value - being overly vulnerable or giving TMI can be harmful 25:30 Underrepresented groups have more on the line than others so we need to be careful about vulnerability 26:23 Being authentically vulnerable can create authentic connections 28:23 Tips for being vulnerable: Always add value when seeking new connections Give context to your story Speak a universal truth  30:35 When is it time to leave your job? Consider, what are your goals/values and can your organization help you meet those goals/values 30:45 Changing culture is challenging to execute and takes time 34:20 Maya Angelou quote: “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” 34:25 Great Resignation: We can't unsee what we saw and unlearn progress like acceleration of digitization and success of WFH. 36:33 COVID caused us to reprioritize our lives 37:02 Work is an activity and not a place   How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work? 38:50 The Parity Prescription is: Stop Trying to Change Women Create Diverse Teams Recognize Unconscious Bias Intentionally Include Partner with Men as Allies Talk About the Issues 39:27 How can women resist the very real pressure to conform? 40:45 Many women feel pressure to conform - don't work where you are “less than” or must conform, but have a plan before walking out the door 42:00 When women are on boards and in senior leadership roles, organizations have better financial outcomes 42:27 Men can be terrific allies and are often those men with daughters or who are married to BIPOC women 43:10 Tips to detect pressure to conform 44:40 We all show up in different ways and leaders don't always look the same 45:00 Example of woman who conformed and modeled the behavior of men to get to the top but it took her 2x as long as her male peers 46:25 Women experience unconscious bias in different ways  47:18 Black women have additional unconscious biases to navigate - intersectionality is a challenge  48:18 Trust can be a challenge for women at work 50:30 Story of how authenticity can disrupt unconscious bias 52:57 Practical tips to increase inclusion Remember that the world is bigger than your backyard Work with different people Make sure the introverts have space to speak up on calls Be willing to be vulnerable Have a learning mindset 56:18 Effective male allies need to be vulnerable and admit that they don't know everything; reflect on times when they were in a group, didn't fit in, and they knew it. 59:55 The shadow of top leaders creates culture and they need to set the tone so that it is ok to talk about the issues   Where You Can Find Us Website: www.par-ity.com  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Co-Hosts: Deborah Pollack-Milgate and Cathy Nestrick  Today's Guest:  Tracy J. Edmonds Email CathyAndDeborah@par-ity.com with questions or comments

Men On Purpose Podcast
Do the Deep Work: Trust Your Conscience with Leonard Perlmutter - Episode 235

Men On Purpose Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 70:13


Leonard Perlmutter has one of the deepest guest bio and achievements we have ever had. He is an Ayurvedic Medicine Expert with 25 years of experience in the benefits of meditation and Yoga science practices. A diverse practice that ranges from the New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine in Boston to a direct disciple of Swami Rama of the Himalayas. His work has contributed to major cornerstones of the mind/body global movement and research. He founded the American Meditation Institute in 1996, which offers continuing education credits for medical practitioners around North America. In 2014, Leonard released a core curriculum on Heart & Science of Yoga with a goal to understand and make more common deep mindful practices. In this episode, you will learn about 00:05:41 - What exactly is conscience? 00:06:40 - The Power of Thought 00:07:28 - The ego, the conscious & unconscious mind 00:09:07 - The Game Changer 00:10:23 - When the situation is ideal, the conscience acts as a mirror 00:13:43 - Why don't people follow their conscience 00:14:22 - 4 functions of the mind: Ego, Senses, Unconscious mind, Conscience 00:16:34 - Fear takes 2 forms 00:17:00 - Ego defined 00:19:55 - How does conscience know or get its wisdom? 00:20:52 - What is God? 00:21:38 - Heaven or Hell 00:24:39 - Eliminating conflict in the mind 00:25:43 - Functions of the mind Ego Senses - 25:50 Unconscious Mind - 28:24 Conscience - 29:20 00:30:37 - Listen to the whispers, not the noise 00:32:34 - Being your own parent and talking to the 4 functions 00:38:27 - Reconditioning the mind hardware and software 00:43:01 - Mantras: Love, fearlessness, and strength 00:44:50 - David vs Goliath David's 5 smooth stones and his 5 mantra words: Love, fearlessness, energy, willpower, creativity, 00:51:46 - Why do more people not do this for themselves 00:53:05 - If you desire to be free from the pain 00:55:11 - The Language Experiment: Using creative synonyms to be me 00:59:48 - When we change our perception we change our experience 01:01:29 - Karma 01:07:52 - How does one find their mantra? Book Reference (Books mentioned): Your Conscience https://americanmeditation.org/your-conscience/ Connect with Leonard Perlmutter on: Websites: https://americanmeditation.org/ Free Sunday Meditation: https://americanmeditation.org/event/sunday-meditation/2021-11-07/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanMeditationInstitute/ Email: ami@americanmeditation.org Connect with Ian Lobas & the Men on Purpose podcast: Email: listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com Website: https://ianlobas.com/podcast/ Join the Men on Purpose Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/themenonpurposecommunity Check out our YouTube channel! #conscience #meditation #deepwork

Aviation News Talk podcast
207 Fighters Chase Beech B36TC and Recent Hypoxia-related Accidents + GA News

Aviation News Talk podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 84:06


207 Fighters Chase Beech B36TC and Recent Hypoxia-related Accidents + GA News Your Cirrus Specialist. Call me if you're thinking of buying a new Cirrus SR20 or SR22. Call 1-650-967-2500 for Cirrus purchase and training assistance, or to take my online seminar: So You Want to Fly or Buy a Cirrus. Please help support the show with a donation via PayPal or Patreon. Send us an email If you have a question you'd like answered on the show, let listeners hear you ask the question, by recording your listener question using your phone. Summary 207 Max talks with Rob Mark about an accident in which fighters chased a B36TC with an unconscious pilot and about other recent hypoxia-related accidents. He also talks with Annemarie Bain about the 2022 Pilots Without Pants calendar, a fundraiser to raise money for aviation scholarships. Cirrus is offering a free Takeoffs and Landings online course and a YouTube video shows a King Air in a spin. News Stories FAA Approves 600 Engines For GAMI Unleaded Fuel What ‘Jet Pack Man' in Sky Near LAX Might Be FAA To Take Regulatory Action Over 5G Altimeter Interference AT&T and Verizon will delay 5G expansion over aircraft safety issues Southwest pilot cited for alleged assault of flight attendant Pipistrel's hybrid-electric four-seater flies FAA Proposes 2nd Class Medicals For Commercial Balloon Pilots UND Pilot Was Dealing with 'Mental Health Concerns' 2 Orange County men charged with pointing lasers at helicopters Hot pursuit: NYPD follows chopper from Brooklyn to Lakewood, NJ Mentioned in the ShowFighter jets tracked plane over Wisconsin before it crashed Neighbor recalls night of plane crash that killed one manAppareo Vision 1000 Hazardous Attitudes, Which One Do You Have? Free Takeoffs and Landings course from Cirrus Videos Mentioned King Air Stall/Spin as Skydivers Prepare to Jump Youtube version: Pilots without Pants Interview Max's Books - Order online or call 800-247-6553 to order. Max Trescott's G3000 and G5000 Glass Cockpit HandbookMax Trescott's G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook Max Trescott's GPS and WAAS Instrument Flying Handbook If you love the show and want more, visit my Patreon page to see fun videos, breaking news, and other posts in the Posts section. And if you decide to make a small donation each month,  you can get some goodies! So You Want To Learn to Fly or Buy a Cirrus seminars Online Version of the Seminar Coming Soon - Register for Notification Check out our recommended ADS-B receivers, and order one for yourself. Yes, we'll make a couple of dollars if you do. Check out our recommended Aviation Headsets, and order one for yourself! Get the Free Aviation News Talk app for iOS or Android. Check out Max's Online Courses: G1000 VFR, G1000 IFR, and Flying WAAS & GPS Approaches. Find them all at: https://www.pilotlearning.com/ Social Media Like Aviation News Talk podcast on Facebook Follow Max on Instagram Follow Max on Twitter Listen to all Aviation News Talk podcasts on YouTube or YouTube Premium Max Trescott is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S27E5 - Resolving Unconscious Trauma to Find Success in Life and Business, with Riana Milne

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 30:57


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Riana Milne about resolving unconscious trauma to find success in life and business. See the video here: https://youtu.be/V1TCJfhHXi0. Riana Milne (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rianamilne/) is a Certified, Global Life & Love Trauma Recovery Coach, a Cert. Clinical Trauma & Addictions Professional, a Certified Mindfulness Coach, #1 Bestselling author, the Host of her Podcast called Lessons in Life & Love™, an Educational Speaker, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor for over 22 years living in Palm Beach County, Florida. She was also a Life & Dating Coach for the Docu-Series; Radical Dating – Finding Lasting Love Over 40 (and her client is now happily married!). Riana specializes in those who have had past Childhood or Relationship Trauma; and offers VIP Coaching programs for both Singles & Couples globally.  Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/  Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/  Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/  Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/  Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/  Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support

Therapist Uncensored Podcast
Managing Unconscious Defense & Fear, with Ann Kelley PhD and Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 43:39


Catch up with hosts Ann Kelley and Sue Marriott while they discuss the difference between cognitive understanding of modern attachment and regulation and the bottom-up experience of it. We distort information coming in - either by not registering interpersonal information or by over-interpreting the importance of an exchange (up-regulating with fear). This is an unconscious process that to undo we have to have the courage and the resources to feel the feelings that cause us to defend. They walk through it with you they don't just tell you what to do, so join us in understanding our own defensive process. Find episode notes at therapistuncensored.com/episodes.

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Off the Couch and into the Political Arena with John, Lord Alderdice FRCPsych (Oxford)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 57:36


"I decided I would try to understand things psychologically because it seemed to me that the current wisdom that people were acting as rational actors operating in their own best interests didn't actually fit the facts. Many people and communities were doing things that were harmful to themselves.  I thought, ‘Well, one profession that spends a lot of its time exploring why individuals and indeed communities do things that harm themselves rather than operating in their best interest is psychiatry and indeed psychoanalysis'. So I went into medicine and qualified in medicine and then in psychiatry and later I went into analysis and tried to explore individual psychoanalytic work, but also group analysis, family therapy - any of the approaches that seemed to me would deepen our understanding."     Episode Description: John begins by describing the early family influences on his interest in hearing others' points of view. He developed this orientation and eventually trained as a psychiatrist and then received training in psychoanalysis which he has brought to the many negotiations in which he has participated. He learned to appreciate the centrality of relationship building in his political work. We discuss the fundamentals of analytic listening as it applies in the political arena which includes the expectation that disruptions inevitably characterize the back and forth of these tense collaborations. He describes his ongoing work in monthly IPA-affiliated meetings that are devoted to considering how a psychoanalytic perspective may ease struggles in the international arena. We close with his explaining the meaning of his title of Lord.    Our Guest: John, Lord Alderdice FRCPsych is a psychiatrist who served as leader of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland for eleven years. Dr. Alderdice played a significant role in negotiating the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. He then stood down as Party Leader and became the first Speaker of the new Northern Ireland Assembly. As the first Assembly mandate was ending, he was appointed by the British and Irish Governments to be one of four international commissioners appointed to monitor security normalization and close down the illegal paramilitary activities in Ireland. He had been appointed in 1996 to the House of Lords where he chaired the Liberal Democrat caucus during the Liberal/Conservative Coalition Government in the United Kingdom. He was also for many years a psychoanalytical psychiatrist in Belfast where he established the Centre for Psychotherapy and a range of analytically informed trainings. Now retired from clinical work he is a Senior Research Fellow at Harris Manchester College, at the University of Oxford, and is the Director of the Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict.    Recommended Readings:  Alderdice, John, Lord (2010) Off the couch and round the conference table, Chap 1, 15 – 32, in Off the Couch – Contemporary Psychoanalytic Applications, ed Alessandra Lemma and Matthew Patrick, Routledge, London, and New York ISBN: 978-0-415-47615-7    Alderdice, John, Lord, (2017) Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism Part I: Terrorism as Dissolution in a Complex System, Psychoanal. Psychotherapy     Alderdice, John, Lord, (2017) Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism Part II: Fundamentalism, Regression and Repair, Psychoanal. Psychotherapy,    Alderdice, John, Lord (2021) On the Psychology of Religious Fundamentalism, Chap 11, 193 - 212, in A Deeper Cut – Further Explorations of the Unconscious in Social and Political Life, ed. David Morgan, Phoenix Publishing House, Bicester, UK ISBN-13: 978-1-912691-19-7    Alderdice, John, Lord (2021) Conflict, Complexity, and Cooperation, New England Journal of Public Policy: Vol. 33: Iss. 1, Article 9. 

Pro You Podcast
Unconscious Funk

Pro You Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 60:36


Hello and happy Thursday! Tom is definitely the best he's ever been but he also realizes that doesn't mean no 'bad'. Tom came up with a quote while preparing for this episode - "Welcome to Life! *suffering included!" Which is very true so what becomes most valuable is how we see things and how we respond, even when there may not be easy (or any) answers. This is a tough time of year, so be kind and patient with yourself! *And if you need help, assistance, a cheerleader, an ear to listen, a shoulder to lean on - Tom is here! Enjoy and as always thanks for listening! Be sure to like Pro You on Facebook, follow along @ProYouPodcast on Twitter and Instagram and check out @tomjdeters on Instagram for daily inspiration! *Not all exercises are suitable for everyone and this, or any other exercise program, may result in injury. Any user of the exercise program assumes the risk of injury resulting from performing the exercise. You should always speak to your doctor before you change, start or stop any part of your healthcare plan, including physical activity or exercise.*

PCOS Diva Podcast
167- Transform Unconscious Wounds that Hold you Back [with Michelle Chalfant]

PCOS Diva Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 42:44


So often with PCOS, doctors don't prescribe the inner work that is absolutely necessary for healing. Instead, you are given what you hope is a magic pill that will “fix” your symptoms. When that doesn't work, you are left with a host of negative emotions that spiral out of control and it's easy to get stuck in a victim mentality. In this episode, I talk with Michelle Chalfant about The Adult Chair, her transformational model of self-realization that blends simple psychology with grounded spirituality. She explains that we are all made up of three distinct parts: the inner child, the adolescent, and the adult. Each part is developed separately through our lives and serves an important role in our overall emotional well-being. The Adult Chair Model uses three chairs to represent these perspectives: the child chair, the adolescent chair, and the adult chair. Unfortunately, most of us are sitting in that adolescent chair. Listen to discover: Why your inner child holds the keys to unlocking your pain Practical tools to use to connect with your inner child How to stay present in the moment and not make faulty future assumptions The importance of feeling your emotions How to love and witness all your fragmented parts to restore the whole true self

Coffee & A Good Vibe
LIVE from Soho House | Panel Of Female Entrepreneurs Disrupting The CPG Space - Branding, Growth Marketing & Investing

Coffee & A Good Vibe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 54:20


Welcome to our very first LIVE Coffee & A Good Vibe Podcast Event! This episode features an incredible panel of Female Founders of some of the top CPG Brands in the game! Entrepreneurs on the panel: Sabeena Ladha - Founder of Deux (@eatdeux) Sanne Vloet - Co-Founder of Nekohama (@nekohama) Tiana Haraguchi - Co-Founder of Suckerz (@suckerz), Prev SVP of 100.co Kayleigh Christina and Danielle Gronich - Co-Founders of Clearstem Skincare (@clearstemskincare) EPISODE OVERVIEW & PANEL STRUCTURE: GROWTH MARKETING / BRANDING: How to scale a brand in a saturated market? Influencer Marketing - Brands WITH a budget and brands without a budget Clearstems successful affiliate and ambassador program blueprint and strategy DISRUPTION - Disrupting an industry that hasn't been tapped into Best practises for scaling brand and disrupting industries Unique angle and brand positioning pertaining to Suckerz and that industry BRAND + COMMUNITY BUILDING How to build an insane cult-like community for your brand Best practises and strategies Nekohama has implemented and found success in FUNDING, INVESTORS & MONEY How to successful fund your venture Landscape of investing now Proof of concept - How to prove your brand to investors When is the best time to fundraise How to change the landscape behind investing and female founders Unconscious biases that occur in the VC space and investing. Q & A: Best Advice for young entrepreneur or start up With new more functional or good for you CPG brands, how do you envision the longevity of your brands and as the space gets for saturated what are you going to do to stay active and ahead of everyone else? How do you approach friends and family fundraising? For those brands that started their brand during the pandemic, what do you attribute that grit to when starting a brand at that time? In regards to acquisition, what is the right time to sell your company? And how do you approach handing the reigns over to someone else after building something from the ground up Share the love & let me know your thoughts over on Instagram, @coffeeandagoodvibe | @ayeshasehra OUR SPONSORS: Check out Clearstem Skincare HERE and use promo code "GOODVIBES" to save on your order! For any of your wellness needs, check out Sameday Health HERE. YOUTUBE ➟ Watch & subscribe to our channel here ➟ Coffee & A Good Vibe Video Interviews To connect with Ayesha Sehra ➟ click HERE Check out our podcast insta ➟ click HERE To learn about my Branding & PR Agency Grow The Social ➟ click HERE To connect with this week's guest click ➟ HERE

The Health Disparities Podcast
Physical therapy: Uniquely positioned to help address chronic conditions & health disparities.

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 42:11


October is Physical Therapy Month, and this year the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has a new campaign. Orthopedist Dr. Mary O'Connor meets with Dr. Hadiya Green Guerrero, a senior practice specialist at APTA, and Dr. Drew Contreras, APTAs Vice President of Clinical Integration and Innovation, to discuss the #ChoosePT campaign. Dr. Guerrero and Dr. Green also share some of the reasons they became physical therapists, and explore the many benefits of PT, including its potential for addressing chronic conditions and health disparities. Dr. Contreras also shares the advice that he gave to help President Barack Obama move more, something which everyone can follow. 

Honey Badger Radio
Speaking With Guest Carl Benjamin on the Unconscious Feminine | Fireside Chat 196

Honey Badger Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 85:28


Join us on the Fireside Chat with special guest Carl Benjamin(AKA Sargon of Akkad)! We will catch up, talk about the absolute state of everything, and more! Let's get into this!

Black Irish Podcast

Tech issues be damned. Brendan and Mike chop it up this week (literally and figuratively) in a wild one. Unconscious bad habits, trike cars, near falls, personal space, smoke breaks, new clothes, MLB playoffs, NBA Tip-Off, NFL Week 6, fantasy football, Squid Games, BMF and more! Spotify Playlist of the Week: Florence + the Machine & Michael Jackson https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1HzFG6T7AoRg5mt269Xue1?si=71WWcDwpTaiGqaQQJZvLaw (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1HzFG6T7AoRg5mt269Xue1?si=71WWcDwpTaiGqaQQJZvLaw) SHARE + SUBSCRIBE + FOLLOW!!! EPISODE TIMELINE 0:00 - Intro/Bad Habits 4:01 - It's a Black Thing 5:01 - Dr. Hobbly Wobbly 7:50 - Special Treatment & Personal Space 12:00 - Smoke Break 13:44 - Clothing Tags 20:00 - MLB Playoffs & NBA Tip-Off 30:09 - First Hockey Game, NFL Week 6 & Fantasy Update 37:55 - Halloween Traditions & Naughty Neighbors 41:20 - Whatcha Watchin? Squid Games 50:49 - Playlist/Outro Follow us: Instagram: @blackirishpod Twitter: @blackirishpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIbaKEbLuh1SMqkWNPP5Omg Mike Instagram: @blackirish213 Follow Brendan: Brendan Instagram: @brendallas7 Brendan Clubhouse: @brendanmccorkle Brendan Twitter: @brendanmccorkl5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brendan.mccorkle.96

New Books Network
Steven Knoblauch, "Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:39


Steven Knoblauch's Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity (Routledge, 2020) traces the development of an unfolding challenge for psychoanalytic attention, which augments contemporary theoretical lenses focusing on structures of meaning, with an accompanying registration different than and interacting with structural experience. This accompanying registration of experience is given the term ‘fluidity' in order to characterize it as too fast moving and unformulated to be symbolized with linguistic categorization. Expanding attention from speech meaning to include embodied registrations of rhythm involving tonality, pauses and accents can catalyze additional and often emotionally more significant communications central to the state of the transactional field in any psychoanalytic moment. This perspective is contextualized within recognition of how cultural practices and beliefs are carried along both structural and fluid registrations of experience and can shape emotional turbulence for both interactants in a clinical encounter. Experiences of gender, culture, class and race emerging as sources of conflict and mis-recognition are engaged and illustrated throughout the text. This book, part of the popular "Psychoanalysis in a New Key" book series, will appeal to teaching and practicing psychoanalysts, but also an increasing volume of therapists attending to embodied experience in their practice and drawn to the practical clinical illustrations. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Psychology
Steven Knoblauch, "Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:39


Steven Knoblauch's Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity (Routledge, 2020) traces the development of an unfolding challenge for psychoanalytic attention, which augments contemporary theoretical lenses focusing on structures of meaning, with an accompanying registration different than and interacting with structural experience. This accompanying registration of experience is given the term ‘fluidity' in order to characterize it as too fast moving and unformulated to be symbolized with linguistic categorization. Expanding attention from speech meaning to include embodied registrations of rhythm involving tonality, pauses and accents can catalyze additional and often emotionally more significant communications central to the state of the transactional field in any psychoanalytic moment. This perspective is contextualized within recognition of how cultural practices and beliefs are carried along both structural and fluid registrations of experience and can shape emotional turbulence for both interactants in a clinical encounter. Experiences of gender, culture, class and race emerging as sources of conflict and mis-recognition are engaged and illustrated throughout the text. This book, part of the popular "Psychoanalysis in a New Key" book series, will appeal to teaching and practicing psychoanalysts, but also an increasing volume of therapists attending to embodied experience in their practice and drawn to the practical clinical illustrations. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Steven Knoblauch, "Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:39


Steven Knoblauch's Bodies and Social Rhythms: Navigating Unconscious Vulnerability and Emotional Fluidity (Routledge, 2020) traces the development of an unfolding challenge for psychoanalytic attention, which augments contemporary theoretical lenses focusing on structures of meaning, with an accompanying registration different than and interacting with structural experience. This accompanying registration of experience is given the term ‘fluidity' in order to characterize it as too fast moving and unformulated to be symbolized with linguistic categorization. Expanding attention from speech meaning to include embodied registrations of rhythm involving tonality, pauses and accents can catalyze additional and often emotionally more significant communications central to the state of the transactional field in any psychoanalytic moment. This perspective is contextualized within recognition of how cultural practices and beliefs are carried along both structural and fluid registrations of experience and can shape emotional turbulence for both interactants in a clinical encounter. Experiences of gender, culture, class and race emerging as sources of conflict and mis-recognition are engaged and illustrated throughout the text. This book, part of the popular "Psychoanalysis in a New Key" book series, will appeal to teaching and practicing psychoanalysts, but also an increasing volume of therapists attending to embodied experience in their practice and drawn to the practical clinical illustrations. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

Spirit & Coffee Podcast
Conscious, Subconscious, Unconscious

Spirit & Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 63:29


Spiritual Alchemy  Practical use of Esoteric Wisdom Find me @ spiritandcoffee.com

Bad Brothers Pod
0068: Unconscious.

Bad Brothers Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 46:28


Heaven forbid we actually take the 5 seconds necessary to make sure the audio works. Michael fills the gap left by the last ever production error. He finds a way to get Will's jokes in the podcast though. Also: begging Miss Havisham for money, Will's ugly friends, taking pillies for your brain, and you decide if Michael gets lost in a metaphor. Late Night Jokes Instagram here. Apple here. Spotify here. YouTube here. Will's 2021 Playlist here. Bad Brothers Podcast. Michael and Will Browning. Port Orchard (& Gig Harbor), Washington's  Finest Podcast.

Aging GreatFULLy with Holley Kelley
Your Conscience with Leonard Perlmutter

Aging GreatFULLy with Holley Kelley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 56:36


In this Aging GreatFULLy power-hour of enlightYOUment, we use our special key and take a deep dive into our very own conscience as we welcome guest, Leonard Perlmutter, the founder and director of the American Meditation Institute in Averill Park, New York, author of the bestselling The Heart and Science of Yoga, and originator of National Conscience Month. In his latest book, Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve All of Life's Challenges, with Jenness Cortez Perlmutter, Leonard shows how to give your conscience sway in your life so that ALL of your decisions support and guide you to act in your highest good, leading to a life of joy, love, peace and both personal and professional success. In this powerful hour, Leonard shares what the conscience is, which may surprise many! He also uncovers why it can be difficult to follow the advice of our conscience and defines the four functions of the mind, Ego, Senses, Unconscious, and Conscious. Leonard demonstrates how to call a “meeting” with your mind which truly allows us to understand how these for functions work together. We discover the incredible power of our thoughts and the relationship regarding how they really work towards manifesting into becoming things. One thing we realize, is that it's important to pay attention and be mindful of our mind--consciously conscience—but also, note which part has the loudest voice.It's an enlightening and educational hour from beginning to end allowing us to discover more about our own conscience and as Perlmutter shares, “when regularly exercised, can become sharp and clear like a brilliant mirror” which, of course, makes it earlier to reflect our inner wisdom and guide our actions. Perlmutter is also the internationally renowned meditation teacher (also known as Ram Lev) and discusses the positive power of meditation. Visit the American Meditation Institute to learn more about Leonard Perlmutter's work, his many books, classes and videos, as well as Free weekly guided meditations and Satsang every Sunday morning. Instructions are available at https://americanmeditation.org/sunday-meditation/. Leonard is one of the Western world's pioneers in the introduction of meditation into the cultural firmament having founded the American Meditation (AMI) in 1996. AMI's courses are now approved and accredited by the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association. Leonard also serves as the author and editor of “Transformation,” the Journal of Meditation as Mind/Body Medicine. You can learn more by visiting www.americanmeditation.org.Thank you, amazing Aging Rebels, for listening to the Aging GreatFULLy show! We create this show for YOU the listener! If you enjoy this episode, please share it with your friends and family and leave us a positive show review on your favorite platform! We love spotlighting listener reviews on our show! To listen, stream, connect, share, download, subscribe, visit our official host page at www.CTRNetwork.com/holleykelley or www.HolleyKelley.com. Remember, you rock and you ROLE model!

The JoyGasmic Life
The Trauma of Unconscious Conception and the Dangers of Hospital Birth - Jeanice Barcello - FULL

The JoyGasmic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 100:36


Watch the full Episode: https://elenaharderr.com/course/jeanice-barcello/ If you have been on the fence about whether you want to hospital birth or not listening to this podcast will probably get you over the fence and into the home birth or free birth category. I think that's a good thing. This podcast does contain some challenging topics. But please stick with it, it is absolutely worth it and it is really mind opening. In this Interview we talk about: the magic of the Anastasia ringing cedars series and how that plays into her birth philosophy. the challenges and long term traumatic effects on mother-baby bonding of circumcision, the horrors of induction and how this really undermines our ability to understand our own place in the world. the importance of conscious conception for pleasurable birth getting our carnal impulses under wraps to activate our creative power what is the origin of the satanic ritual abuse that shows up in hospital birth how women are missing the point when they bring vibrators in seeking a pleasurable birth vs physiological birth in its natural pleasures Join Our Community to Watch to the Full Episode at https://elenaharderr.com/membership-home/podcast-membership Connect with Our Guest Expert Jeanice Barcelo is a researcher, writer, educator, and activist and the author of three books including “Birth Trauma and the Dark Side of Modern Medicine”. In her birth trauma book, Jeanice offers a critical analysis of medical interventions during pregnancy childbirth and exposes systematic violence against mothers and infants during hospital birth. Through her writing, classes, and online interviews, Jeanice argues that medical violence is deliberate and methodical and reveals a decades long agenda to alter humanity by inflicting trauma on us at the earliest stages of our lives. Jeanice has lectured extensively on this and other topics and has created a curriculum designed to put an end to medical abuse and restore humanity's capacity to love. She offers a 20-week parenting program, a six-hour series regarding the father's role during the childbearing year, one-on-one pregnancy and parenting coaching, as well as sessions for birth trauma prevention and healing. To learn more about Jeanice's work, please visit www.BirthofaNewEarth.com Other Potent Podacsts with Jeanice: - https://open.spotify.com/episode/5gV3cyyQ3D0FQVFlZb8wxx?si=e9B8G2AbTR-CUH8cT-0k9g&dl_branch=1 -https://open.spotify.com/episode/2ymP3vUOybwB7tSE0lScVU?si=vTEy-mOJRxWJf7tnL_OBCg&dl_branch=1 -https://open.spotify.com/episode/43V9zlEe7l3bLyj8EFB77T?si=8MJaUjWuSlyjAoUWts_NIg&dl_branch=1 -https://open.spotify.com/episode/2RGOdrtRclqGoQqLTbXAbA?si=POqnqNMwSOCO4GVMRlUE-A&dl_branch=1 About Elena Harder Elena Harder is on a mission to Nourish Mothers and create Bulletproof Moms. A challenging hospital birth lead to 7 years spent in crippling postpartum depression. She never gave up hope on finding a way through. Her search for “mental health” led Elena to study Mindfulness, Spirituality, NLP, Theta Healing, Tantra, Optimal Nutrition, and Intermittent Fasting to find a way to finally recover her mind and joyful soul. Now she works with other mothers to help them master the tools and skills that really work to remove their negative self talk, eliminate stress, heal their hearts, and remove anxiety, fear and depression to find their own Joygasmic Life. Get the Free Joygasmic Birth eCourse at joygasm.me Website: ElenaHarderR.com Facebook: Facebook.com/Joygasm8 Instagram: @JoygasmHarder Clean Your Guts From Glyphosate in 90 Days (Get $50 off using this link https://ishoppurium.com?prods=4422200623176:1&giftcard=joygasm) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joygasmic/message

World Spirituality
Our African Unconscious with Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.D.

World Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 54:31


Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.D., discusses his latest book, Our African Unconscious: The Black Origins of Mysticism and Psychology. Bynum is the author of several books of poetry and the winner of the national Naomi Long Madgett Poetry Award for Chronicles of the Pig & Other Delusions. He is also the recipient of the Abraham Maslow Award from the American Psychological Association.

Parity Podcast
How to Discover and FLEX Your Authenticity at Work

Parity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 53:02


Women receive mixed messages to be authentic but also to conform, fall in line, fit in. It's a challenging tightrope to walk but we have solutions. In this episode, learn how to discover your own authenticity, and then how to FLEX so that you can contribute at work in a way that reflects who you are.   Subscribe!  Time-stamped show notes are below.    Intro 2:10 Women are told to be authentic but also to conform 2:29 We need to stop trying to change women 3:00 Mixed signals start at birth 5:05 Girls are trained to smile, be pleasant, play well with others 6:00 Sometimes we don't know who we are   Episode Breakdown 6:19 In today's episode we will discuss: What is authenticity and what are tips for you to best discover who you are Why is authenticity at work critical  How can you navigate between being authentic and the pressure to conform or fit in 6:40  Tracy J. Edmonds author of Wild Hair   Tips to Discover Your Authenticity 9:20  Definitions of authentic Webster's definition 10:35 Uncover authenticity by asking who or what you trust what you cherish what brings meaning and purpose to your life what gives you peace Dr. Nithila Peter of eiLeads 12:45 (Cathy), 16:12 (Deborah) Who or what you trust answers 18:22 (Deborah), 19:50 (Cathy) What do you cherish answers 22:20 (Cathy), 24:40 (Deborah) What brings meaning and purpose to your life answers 28:25 (Deborah), 29:28 (Cathy) What gives you peace answers 30:46 (Cathy), 32:05 (Deborah) 3 characteristics or values  35:05 Strengths Finder by Tom Rath 35:30 Women have to prove themselves over and over again How to Understand Unconscious Bias So We Can See Women   Why Authenticity Matters at Work 36:36 Inauthenticity akes you feel uncomfortable 36:58 Story of friend rated poorly because she was being authentic 38:15 ⅓ employees feel pressure to conform How to Be More Authentic at Work by Dr. Patricia Hewlin 38:30 Examples are: -parents downplay importance of parenting -employees won't wear clothing reflecting their religion  -people stay silent on social justice issues  -people don't speak up about inequity or workplace microaggressions 38:58 We learn when to smile, frown, nod How to Be More Authentic at Work by Dr. Patricia Hewlin 39:27 Being authentic improves marketing skills   How to Express Authenticity - Flexing 40:20 What is flexing 40:38 Tips for those early in career  40:52 Tips for interviews 41:40 Using authenticity to nudge culture in the right direction  42:01 Examples: -Don't like sports -Social justice issue matters to you -Challenges with parenting 42:28 Tip for allies 42:45 Flex through vulnerability 42:50 What is vulnerability Books by Dr. Brene Brown 43:30 Dr. Brene Brown 2010 Ted Talk: The Power of Vulnerability 43:44 Vulnerability births innovation, creativity, change Vulnerability is the birthplace of creativity, innovation, and change by Dr. Brene Brown 44:35 Importance of: Sharing new ideas at work Disagreeing with someone at work Admitting that you made a mistake 46:36 Risks of flexing authenticity 47:40 Leaders should model authenticity   48:20 Parity in Play 48:34 Afghan women and girls CSIS article 48:54 Girls barred from secondary school BBC article 49:10 Unconscious bias in the US How to Understand Unconscious Bias So We Can See Women Unconscious Bias: Hidden Forces Undermining Women at Work   Where You Can Find Us Website: www.par-ity.com  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Co-Hosts: Deborah Pollack-Milgate and Cathy Nestrick  Contributor: Dr. Nithila Peter of eiLeads Email CathyAndDeborah@par-ity.com with questions or comments

Soulfulvalley Podcast
Making the Unconscious Conscious with Evolving on Purpose Co-Author Emma Johnson

Soulfulvalley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 16:07


Emma Johnson is the Founder and CEO of Inner Smile and Empowered Prosperity. She helps Introvert / HSP Entrepreneurs stop the Shame and Sabotage cycles of Procrastination, Playing Small and Proving their worth by overworking, over giving and under earning. An Advanced Master Trainer in Emotional Freedom Technique, Emma also certifies other Trailblazer Practitioners to help spread the healing ripple further. With a BA Hons in French and German, Emma has lived internationally for years and is now settled in North Lincolnshire with her beloved dog Boss. An avid fan of anything to do with Holistic Wellness, Emma has been studying and researching for over 30 years to bring all of her knowledge and intuition to her sessions with clients. Her purpose is to change the way we experience ourselves in this lifetime, through changing the way we deal with stress, money and our right to be here. Insta/Facebook @innersmilecoach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emmajohnsoninnersmile/ http://www.empoweredprosperity.com            

Roll With The Punches
EP224 Exploring Unconscious Biases And Privilege | Bobby Cappuccio

Roll With The Punches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 50:56


The much loved Bobby Cappuccio, RWTP undisputed favourite is BACK. And don't you worry, I have missed him every bit as much as you guys. We talk on this episode about subconscious bias and thing subtle things in life that give us privilege over others. How often do we compare ourselves to others without taking into account those things that give them or vice versa us, a natural advantage. As you know, Bobby has an incredible perspective on the human experience which always makes for an insightful conversation. Enjoy! EPISODE SPONSOR | TESTART FAMILY LAWYERS Website: https://testartfamilylawyers.com.au BOBBY CAPPUCCIO Website: http://www.robertcappuccio.com TIFFANEE COOK Linktree: https://linktr.ee/rollwiththepunches Website: www.rollwiththepunches.com.au LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tiffaneecook/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/rollwiththepunchespodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/rollwiththepunches_podcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/tiffaneeandco --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roll-withthepunches/message

The Empowered Spirit Show
Your Conscience is The Key with Leonard Perlmutter

The Empowered Spirit Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 42:24


This episode is being brought to you by Forecast - located in Homewood Alabama, Forecast is a hair salon on a mission to Shape a movement in the beauty industry Focusing on education, fashion and creativity. Forecast strifes to train stylists with the latest in education to provide their  guests with the latest trends,  and follow them on instagram @forecastsalon or find them online at https://www.forecastsalon.com/   As this podcast goes to air, we have just moved through the first new moon of fall.  We are still working our way through this mercury retrograde reviewing and renewing our relationships and how we show up to them. Finding way to tend to the struggles of your life with the tools that offer you RITES for your everyday life can add inspiration, amusement and joy. Rites being Reiki… Intuition.. Tarot.. EFT and Stones and Crystals. It can free you from unnecessary stress that Is going on in the world. All these cosmic forces and energy alignments, I talk about on my Energy Focus for the week which you can find live on Sunday nights on instagram and FB. We talk about what's going on, we align our energy, set intentions  for the week and I  pull the Tarot cards for guidance. If you can't join me live,  get on my email list and you will receive the Energy Focus first thing on Monday mornings. As we move through these comic transitions, now is the time to clean up your Energy with an Energy Clearing Session.  Schedule one now.. in person or online. When you work with the Energy Body, it helps to release the old patterns and all that old stuff. In today's episode, I am opening up to the first of Spiritual Authors coming on the show to offer us new perspectives on spirituality for where we are right now in humanity. These past two pandemic years has created lots of shifts and changes and fear. And as we talked about last week... fear can be very destructive, and it's a pervasive problem we all face. We have some great guests coming on.. some new and some returning with new work. Today, I speak with Leonard  Perlmutter also known as Ram Lev who appeared on the show back in 2017 with his book, the Heart and Science of Yoga -Empowering Self Care for a happy, healthy joyful life. Today he shares with us his newest work, You Conscience: Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve all of Life's Challenges. We talk about what conscience means, the 4 levels of the mind, including the conscious level.. the ego.. the senses, the unconscious  and then how the super conscience comes in .. the importance of training the mind and how to sit in meditation. Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve All of Life's Challenges shows you how to listen for the innate Universal wisdom that is available to you in every moment of your life, and how to curb your tendency to ignore or overrule it. At this moment in our nation's history, given the pain caused by a global pandemic, a reckoning on race, and a more divisive political climate than ever before, your Conscience can help turn this ship around, one heart and mind at a time. Leonard Perlmutter is the internationally renowned meditation teacher (also known as Ram Lev), founder of the revered American Meditation Institute, author of the bestselling The Heart and Science of Yoga, and originator of National Conscience Month. Using proven tools drawn from the 5,000-year-old Yoga Science playbook and adapted for the Western mind, he has created a plan that crisply, simply and elegantly puts the power back into your hands-when you adhere to your Conscience. Perlmutter shows how the body is powered by the Four Functions of the Mind, and it is guided by your Super Conscious Wisdom, directly connected to an infinite source of knowledge and wisdom. He first explains the role of these functions (Unconscious, Senses/Logic, Ego and the Conscience) and how they influence us, then demonstrates how you can train yourself to focus, honor and act on the Conscience, which is the ultimate decision maker! He illustrates that when the Ego, Senses, or Unconscious habits are in charge, it distorts our perception and therefore, we are put at risk of making a decision from erroneous input. Filled with valuable experiments to begin building step-by-step the habit of letting your Conscience be your guide in every circumstance and relationship, Your Conscience is a cheerleader for your success. https://americanmeditation.org/product-tag/leonard-perlmutter/ https://www.facebook.com/AmericanMeditationInstitute https://www.linkedin.com/in/leonard-perlmutter-ram-lev/ Quiet that mind to work in harmony and bring in the guidance. Our job is to train the ego mind to work so that the conscience can receive the wisdom All it takes is a desire.  Desire is the fuel for action. Start with 1 minute of mediation and build it each day, Don't let the ego fool you. Pain is an opportunity to recalculate and make those shifts and changes. The mind.. the conscience.. is a science. Notice what you notice. Be curious. Have a desire to make a shift and it will come. Thanks again for listening. To your Spirit, Terri PS..You don't always have to have a crisis or feel lost to work with your Spirit. Don't wait until it is too late.  Schedule a Spiritual Upgrade Call with me and let's see what is next for your Spiritual growth.     Join Terri's Facebook Group  Follow Terri on Instagram Find her on LinkedIn Episode Credits: Sound Engineer: Laarni Andreshttps://www.facebook.com/laarni.andres.7

End of the Road
Episode 201: Dr. Edward Bruce Bynum: Our African Unconscious/The Roots of Transcendence/Dark Light Consciousness

End of the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 56:05


Edward Bruce Bynum, Ph.D., ABPP, is a clinical psychologist and former director of the behavior medicine program at the University of Massachusetts Health Services.  The 2005 recipient of the Abraham H. Maslow Award from the American Psychological Association and the author of numerous books and clinical journal articles, including Dark Light Consciousness, he currently is in private practice in Hadley, Massachusetts. This podcast will focus on Dr. Bynum's new edition of The African Unconscious:  Roots of Ancient Mysticism and Modern Psychology (2021) which is available from Inner Traditions at: https://www.innertraditions.com/author/edward-bruce-bynum To connect with Dr. Bynum, please visit his website:  https://obeliskfoundation.com/ This podcast is available on your favorite podcast platform, or here:  https://endoftheroad.libsyn.com/episode-201-dr-edward-bruce-bynum-our-african-unconsciousthe-roots-of-transcendencedark-light-consciousness Have a great weekend!  

The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast
Brainfood Live On Air - Ep128 - The Psychology Behind Unconscious Bias In Hiring

The Recruiting Brainfood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 66:52


Unconscious (or perhaps more accurately, subconscious) Bias is a familiar yet widely misunderstood phenomena. In recruitment, it's critical we improve our understanding if we are to mitigate against the worst affects often inadvertent bias.   - what is unconscious bias? - how do we acquire bias? - how do our bias's change? - where does is it occur the recruiting process? - how can we mitigate against the worst effects of UB? - what is the value of training? - can we do more on process design? - can tooling support us?   This is the focus of this week's Brainfood Live On Air We're with an awesome selection of guests and panelists for this show - with Charlotte Mutsaerts, Head of Talent (Lendable), Dr Stephen Smith, Chief Neuroscientist (Sports Psychology), & Evi Antoniou, I/O Psychologist (Bryq)   Ep 128 is sponsored by our buddies Bryq Bryq blindly screens your candidates, resulting in more diverse and equitable hires – and less hiring mistakes. DE&I is crucial to a productive and profitable workplace.

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough
Resetting Your Unconscious

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 30:44


Enjoy this episode…and subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/user/josephcloughhypnosis?sub_confirmation=1   Download my FREE Hypnosis App in your app store, just search "Joseph Clough" or go to https://www.freehypnosis.app   PLUS… if YOU want to discover "How to Silence Your 'Inner Critic,'  Quit The 'Imposter Syndrome' to Level Up Your Career or Business!" I have a free training for you…go to https://www.josephclough.info/power to view my free OnDemand Masterclass   In the Masterclass you'll quickly discover:   Secret #1 "Why you must discover the HIDDEN ROOT CAUSE of all lack of confidence, worry and self-doubt, that once found (what most therapists do not want you to know…). If you do not discover this...you continue to feel like a failure."   Secret #2 "Why you are NOT an imposter and how to switch your brain to work for you, rather against you."   Secret #3 "How to master the 5 FEARS of rejection, failure, being good enough, getting help and imposter syndrome."   Go to https://www.josephclough.info/power to view my free OnDemand    Who Am I?   I'm Joseph Clough, #1 best-selling Hay House author, and creator of over 300 hours of Hypnosis and Coaching that have been downloaded over 9,000,000 times.    I am also an international Speaker, Celebrity Coach and Hypnotherapist.   My goal in life is to help each person achieve their full potential and that includes you. I combine advanced techniques of Eastern and Western inner transformation, my own techniques and Hypnotherapy, and have worked with celebrities and professional athlete clients.    Disclaimer:   Warning: By watching & listening and using Josephs free or paid work or apps you expressly agree that you use of this website or through other platforms is at your sole risk.    The information with this video, Joseph's work or apps or online work, techniques and exercises provided within these free and paid products are for educational purposes only. Do not use the techniques or exercises contained within some of these free or paid products whilst driving or operating machinery, or if you suffer from epilepsy, clinical depression or any other nervous or psychiatric conditions. The information provided is NOT a substitute for proper medical advice. If in doubt, please consult your doctor or licensed medical practitioner.   Any decision you make having received any of Joseph Clough's free or products are your own and you remain wholly responsible for any decisions and actions you take.   #hypnosis #hypnotherapy #meditation #confidence #impostersyndrome #Hypnotist #worry #anxiety #career #business #success #self-development #selfhelp #wealth #money #coach #celebrity #inspiration #josephclough #nlp #coaching 

The Next Chapter with Charlie
#210 Leonard Perlmutter- Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity

The Next Chapter with Charlie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 59:48


Show Notes   On today's show my guest is Leonard Perlmutter, philosopher and spiritual meditation instructor. Leonard's latest book is titled Your Conscience. It is a most insightful book about the Four Functions of the mind and how The Conscience is the deciding mechanism for our Ego, our Unconscious, and our Senses. In this philosophical, yet very practical, discussion Leonard (also known as  Ram Dev) explains to me the power of conscience to guide us to make the best choices in our lives. Leonard offers practical ideas about the mind that I have never thought of. How fun to learn. Enjoy and learn with me in this thoughtful discussion with Leonard Perlmutter. ***** Check out Leonard's latest book: Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve All of Life's Challenges You can get more information On Leonard at: https://americanmeditation.org/  

Bitcoin Rapid-Fire
Truth, Bitcoin, Symbolism and the Unconscious w/ BTCFangorn

Bitcoin Rapid-Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 125:24


I came across BTCFangorn through his articles published in Bitcoin Magazine, and found that I shared many of the opinions he asserted there about truth, goodness, beauty, and the impact that bitcoin will likely have on global civilization.   Enjoy!   --   More from BTCFangorn:   TWITTER: https://twitter.com/btcfangorn WEBSITE: https://www.btreec.com   More from me:   TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2P7PUjA YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/3aBbZxg MEDIUM: http://bit.ly/2Zk0Dex INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/30r7IqY  The BitBox02 Bitcoin-Only Hardware Wallet is a safe and easy way to do so. Get 5% off here: https://shiftcrypto.ch/bitbox02/bitcoin-only/?utm_source=rapidfire&utm_medium=webcast&utm_campaign=landingpage&ref=rapidfire  Get 10% off on the Bitcoin 2022 Conference, April 6th-9th in Miami! The 2021 conference was EPIC, and the next one is going to be even bigger and better! Use the promo code 'RAPIDFIRE' at checkout for a 10% discount on all tickets: http://tixr.com/pr/rapidfire/26217  If you're in Canada and looking to buy bitcoin at competitive rates, with an emphasis on privacy and security, check out bullbitcoin.com.   If you're in the US, the best option is Swan Bitcoin. Use this link to get $10 of free bitcoin! http://bit.ly/3rvxVlA Once you buy bitcoin, you should take self-custody.

Real Organic Podcast
Annelise Orleck: Invisible Farm Workers + Unconscious Consumers

Real Organic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 65:27


#033: Labor historian and Dartmouth professor Annelise Orleck walks us through how our economy became filled with goods produced by invisible workers and the toll that reality has taken on our food system. She also speaks to the tremendous organizing power of the farm workers she interviewed while writing her book "We're All Fast Food Workers Now: The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages."Annelise Orleck is a professor of history at Dartmouth College and the author of 5 books: Common Sense and a Little Fire: Women and Working Class Politics in the United States 1900-1965; The Soviet Jewish Americans; Storming Caesars Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty;  Rethinking American Women's Activism; and We're All Fast Food Workers Now: The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages.To watch a video version of this podcast please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/annelise-orleck-invisible-farm-workers-unconscious-consumers-episode-thirty-threeThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce. It also identifies pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs as compared to products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be. But the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing small farms that follow the law. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but are still paying a premium price. The lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Fans!https://www.realorganicproject.org/1000-real-fans/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough
#607 Unconscious Money Mind Magnet

Hypnosis With Joseph Clough

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 41:50


Enjoy this episode…and subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/user/josephcloughhypnosis?sub_confirmation=1   Download my FREE Hypnosis App in your app store, just search "Joseph Clough" or go to https://www.freehypnosis.app   PLUS… if YOU want to discover "How to Silence Your 'Inner Critic,'  Quit The 'Imposter Syndrome' to Level Up Your Career or Business!" I have a free training for you…go to https://www.josephclough.info/power to view my free OnDemand Masterclass   In the Masterclass you'll quickly discover:   Secret #1 "Why you must discover the HIDDEN ROOT CAUSE of all lack of confidence, worry and self-doubt, that once found (what most therapists do not want you to know…). If you do not discover this...you continue to feel like a failure."   Secret #2 "Why you are NOT an imposter and how to switch your brain to work for you, rather against you."   Secret #3 "How to master the 5 FEARS of rejection, failure, being good enough, getting help and imposter syndrome."   Go to https://www.josephclough.info/power to view my free OnDemand    Who Am I?   I'm Joseph Clough, #1 best-selling Hay House author, and creator of over 300 hours of Hypnosis and Coaching that have been downloaded over 9,000,000 times.    I am also an international Speaker, Celebrity Coach and Hypnotherapist.   My goal in life is to help each person achieve their full potential and that includes you. I combine advanced techniques of Eastern and Western inner transformation, my own techniques and Hypnotherapy, and have worked with celebrities and professional athlete clients.    Disclaimer:   Warning: By watching & listening and using Josephs free or paid work or apps you expressly agree that you use of this website or through other platforms is at your sole risk.    The information with this video, Joseph's work or apps or online work, techniques and exercises provided within these free and paid products are for educational purposes only. Do not use the techniques or exercises contained within some of these free or paid products whilst driving or operating machinery, or if you suffer from epilepsy, clinical depression or any other nervous or psychiatric conditions. The information provided is NOT a substitute for proper medical advice. If in doubt, please consult your doctor or licensed medical practitioner.   Any decision you make having received any of Joseph Clough's free or products are your own and you remain wholly responsible for any decisions and actions you take.   #hypnosis #hypnotherapy #meditation #confidence #impostersyndrome #Hypnotist #worry #anxiety #career #business #success #self-development #selfhelp #wealth #money #coach #celebrity #inspiration #josephclough #nlp #coaching 

Work Hard Play Hard
385. Fri-Date: Harness the Power of Unconscious Manifestation to Create Your DREAM LIFE

Work Hard Play Hard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 27:46


We've been listening to Abraham Hicks lately, and there was one talk that really resonated with us – specifically surrounding our recent move. Abraham says, “You're not always consciously aware of your plan,” and that could not be more true. Looking back on our lives, you can see how you have planned for your current situation. We've talked about manifestation before, but this conversation is more about the unconscious ways you manifest your life – both positive and negative – and how taking ownership of that power allows you to control it, and bring it into alignment with your life. In This Conversation We Cover:  [03:04] How you follow an unconscious plan [08:15] When your unconscious plan comes into alignment [11:55] Changing your reality with a positive thought [18:41] Taking ownership of your manifestation [22:17] The power of getting lost in a daydream Resources: Text "Dream Life" to 310- 388-9724 to get our FREE dream life course Mastermind: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind) Connect with Rob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robmurgatroyd/ (@robmurgatroyd) Connect with Kim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimmurgatroyd/ (@kimmurgatroyd) To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com) Work Hard Play Hard is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

Striptd Down With Ali Levine
THE KINGDOM OF INFLUENCE & OUR HIGHER SELVES w/ MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER, MASTER COACH & NINJA OF THE UNCONSCIOUS: MEET JOEL BROWN

Striptd Down With Ali Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 63:45


Happy Hump day loves! Hope everyone is having a great week and reminder we are now dropping all new episodes on Wednesday's!! Today we get to talk to the incredible Joel Brown. We cover: Joel's journey and how he got to where he is today and all about building Addicted to Success The unconscious and our higher selves Motivation, success and what might be missing, Coaching and mindset Where we are in the collective, speaking your truth and so much more! Tune in to be motivated, empowered and tap into your higher self! Follow Joel at: https://www.instagram.com/iamjoelbrown https://www.iamjoelbrown.com AND HERE'S ALI: www.alilevine.com Follow: https://www.instagram.com/everythingwithalilevine https://www.instagram.com/alilevinedesign Don't forget to follow our podcast Instagram too!! If you're loving Everything with Ali Levine, please leave us a 5 star review, and write why you LOVEE the show! WE love you and appreciate the love!! The REVIEWS mean SO much to us and help others find the show!! DM Ali @Alilevinedesign and say hi and follow! Ali LOVES to connect with her community!! SCREENSHOT this episode if you LOVE it and Tag US so we can Share it!!

Law of Attraction Radio Network
Dr. Erika: Leonard Perlmutter- Your Conscousness is the KEY to your Challenges

Law of Attraction Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 33:00


Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve All of Life's Challenges. My special guest Leonard Perlmutter is one of the world's pioneers in the introduction of meditation and founder of the American Meditation Institute (AMI) in Averill Park, NY in 1996. In his new book, Your Conscience: The Key to Unlock Limitless Wisdom and Creativity and Solve All of Life's Challenges, Leonard describes how the body is powered by the 4 functions of the mind; the Ego, the 5 Senses, the Unconscious and the Conscience. Leonard takes us through an experiment, as we converse with each function of our mind to allow our ultimate decision maker, the Conscience, guide our actions. Leonard teaches that your Super Conscience Wisdom is directly connected to an infinite source of knowledge and wisdom. To participate in Leonard's free Sunday morning guided meditation and learn more about his online courses, events and magazine please go to http://americanmeditation.org Your Conscience is the ultimate master of your mind. Listen Now! https://loaradionetwork.com/dr-erika

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Interview #38 “Reprogram your unconscious mind for a better life with Sheryne Wilson.”

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 68:40


I interview Hypnotherapist and NLP specialist Sheryne Wilson.  We start with how she got there.  And then dive into the strategy of NLP and hypnotherapy for a better life.  She gives actionable NLP tools that you can use starting right now!  And then she gives real life stories of who she has helped.  We totally pivot and finish up with gender and gender roles and how we can fix those to heal the planet!  And we have a ton of fun doing it!Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out Sheryne Wilson here: http://www.innermindperformance.com/Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Z: 00:00:00 Sheryne Wilson, welcome to The Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path To Peace Podcast. And, um, we have, uh, you were on my, um, summit, the Tools For A Good Life Summit. So anybody listening, you can hit pause and go run to www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com and check out Sheryne's amazing, amazing, um, interview. Right. And you, it was very specific. We were talking about, um, like what would, what steps would you offer somebody to help help them get back on track or whatever? And you just were dropping bomb after bomb, after bomb. So amazing. Um, you are amazing. Um, what, I was thinking beforehand, like I'm literally getting the shivers, thinking about like the, the, the moments of like, yeah, yeah, yeah. What was the best thing you said? And I think it was one of the best things you said was, um, and it might've been on the, uh, VIP bonus section, but before we get to that, do you hold, hold place? I was just gonna say, people might be wondering, well, what does she do? Who is she? And, um, you, uh, you are a, um, how am I going to say this? Well, one of the favorite things about you is that you had like, uh, how do you say it's like some, auto-immune some physical issues. Yeah. Right. And you, you were able to like go out and learn all this stuff and like literally heal your body and your mind. Yeah,Sheryne Wilson: 00:02:01 Yeah, yeah,Mischa Z: 00:02:04 Yeah. That's yeah. Right. Like that's amazing. That's yeah. And then you do NLP, which is Neuro Linguistic Programming. Um, so you, you, you help people with that tool with, uh, hypnotherapy neuro linguistic programming, NLP, maybe speak to that for a minute. Like, what's the, gimme the, like, this is why you want NLP real quick.Sheryne Wilson: 00:02:33 Um, okay. You want NLP because a lot of our blocks and most of us know this, our blocks are on an obnoxious or a subconscious level. And so, so many times I know something's blocked blocking me. I don't know what it is. I'm stuck. I don't know what it is. And NLP uses language to bypass the conscious mind, which is always trying to the logical mind, always trying to figure out what the problem is. And it goes directly to the unconscious, which is where everything runs. That is, that is the board of, of how we do life. Right? And so NLP is using language, in my opinion, to bypass the unconscious, the conscious mind to get to the unconscious so that we can actually start dealing with the problem, um, so that we can start taking yourself out of the problem. Um, I love it because one of my sayings is focusing on the problem as part of the problem.Sheryne Wilson: 00:03:25 And this basically takes you outside. The problem gives you a different perspective. It gives you a different viewpoint so that you can start actually creating solutions in your life. And so, I mean, that's the one, there's a, that's my definition. There's a million definitions. I mean, by standard, um, it is, NLP is a standard of excellence and it is really about how to use the mind to get to a place of excellence, um, and, and how you're able to associate and dissociate into situations so that you can figure out what you're doing. Uh, another way of saying NLP too, is NLP is about internal representation. What, you know, the word happy means to me could mean totally different. Something totally different to you. So it's about understanding how you view the world and why you view the world that way and how you can change you. Sorry, how you can view the world in a different way and how you Mischa you something different and how we can work together to understand behavior and understand how you work in. I work I'm, I can rabbit hole down this path for a long time, so I'll just stop there. But, um, yeah, it's dealing with the unconscious and the subconscious mind using language.Mischa Z: 00:04:37 Cool. I, um, I love it. Thank you for that. And we're going to come right back to that, but, um,Mischa Z: 00:04:47 I was thinking of words to say, when I was going to introduce you before, right. As we're coming onto this, and of course I didn't write them down. And so now I'm trying to remember what they were. Right. But they were like, uh, like, um, like open, uh, I don't know. I don't know if raw the right word, but vulnerable, perhaps like there's no. Um, one thing I love about you is that there's that, that wall that can be there between people, at least between you and I is like, just melts away really quick. Right. So we get to be vulnerable and authentic and all those cool are all those words that we hear thrown about. Right. Um, I'd also say I pay for this coaching group that I'm in and it's kind of pricey. And I have this coach who's amazing. And, um, his name's Vince, Hey, Vince, if you're listening, love you. I know you love Vince. I would. I know that you have an opportunity and Vince has been incredibly powerful in my life. And then Vince, oftentimes we'll get some coaching or maybe I shouldn't say this on the air, but, um, I know that he, you and him have a relationship and you've been powerful in his life. So I'm just trying to let the audience know that you have a powerful, useful message by a couple of however, I'm using a couple of degrees of separation to help help with that. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:06:15 Yes. I work with all walks of life and Vince has been one of those people that I've had the pleasure of working with and he's helped me and I've been able to help him. So, yeah.Mischa Z: 00:06:26 Yeah. So go ahead. No, no, that's it. Yeah. So that's our proof of, that's our, that's our social proof. Like you're legit. You, you bring real solutions to the world, I guess is what I'm trying to say. Um, I want to go back to, so you said NLP, and then you said language it's about language, but then you, I don't want to say hedged a little bit, but you're like, well, maybe most people talk about NLP. They don't talk about language or they don't talk about it in language the same way you do. Or maybe tell me what you, what, what what's, what's going on there?Sheryne Wilson: 00:07:03 Well, in NLP, everybody has an internal representation of the world and we filter information as it comes in and everybody deletes and distorts what comes into their mind, you know, because we can only take in so much information, we take in 123 bits, um, versus we're receiving 40 billion bits per, per minute at, uh, like just flat per second, I think at a time. And so our unconscious mind and our conscious brain, can't actually, I should say our conscious mind, can't take it all in. So we got to like sift through it. Right. And that's why when you know, I go to the park, I may see, I may notice all the trees and you go to the park and you notice the, the shiny slide. And, you know, I say, you know, it was the highlight of the park for you. And you're like the shiny slide.Sheryne Wilson: 00:07:51 And for me, it was the trees. And that goes, that goes into our unconscious mind of what we value is what we filter through. Right. And so, you know, I, I value, like I may walk into a show home and be like, oh, I love how bright it is. And you may be like, oh, I don't like how cold it is. And so that's an internal representation right there of what you value, you know, because you're perceiving it as different. I don't even notice that it's cold in there. I noticed that the coloring that makes it cold or whatever that is, but you notice it because you value a different thing. And so it's really interesting how language can do that. And I think it's so important for people to take the time to break down what words mean to them, what symbols mean to them?Sheryne Wilson: 00:08:37 I like the word happy. What does that mean to you versus what does it mean to me, connection? What does that mean to you? What does that mean to me? And when you start to understand that, then you have a bit of a better perspective of what's happening, right? If you can, he, who has the most knowledge or has the most terrain has the most power. Right. So if I can see more and understand more, I have more choice. I have more power versus if I'm, you know, only have one perspective and very narrow-minded, well, that could limit me in my power. So that's, that's what I mean by language is, is I like NLP because it breaks down barriers using language. And so often if I'm working with a client and you know, they're telling me something, I asked them what it means to them. What does that word actually mean to you? Does that word mean to you? Yeah. And it's, it's amazing what you will learn about somebody when they start to, um, describe what something means to them. You're like, oh, I see how that's valuable. Okay. See what I see. That's important to you. Oh, that's interesting. So that's cool. Sorry. I tangent. Did I lose you? Cause you glazed over.Mischa Z: 00:09:55 No, no. I'm taking it in and I'm, I'm, I'm liking it. I'm I'm In a good waySheryne Wilson: 00:10:03 I'm a Hypnotherapist. I do put people in tance.Mischa Z: 00:10:06 Um, so in her mind, performance, inner I N N E R mind performance.com. So anybody listening, those of you who are listening, um, go, while we're talking, you can go to www.innermindperformance.com and, and follow along there. Um, but, uh, Sheryne. So hypnotherapy, tell me about hypnotherapy as you described NLP. To me, describe hypnotherapy to me.Sheryne Wilson: 00:10:40 I think NLP is a type of hypnotherapy. It is, um, I mean, we are in some kind of hypnosis 98%. I would say I've had even some colleagues say a hundred percent of the time we are in some form of hypnosis. And hypnosis is just, you know, a focus state of trance, um, it's a focus state when you're directed at something. So within three minutes, sorry, within three seconds of picking up your phone, you're in trance. You're, it's just, you're glued in you're there. When you, when within seven seconds of the television turning on, you're in a trance. Within five seconds, five to 10 seconds getting in your car and you're in a trance. It's automatic. It's, it's a very focused state. And a lot of the times, um, our unconscious mind, once you get to an auto, uh, an automatic response, our unconscious mind takes over how many times have you driven home? And you're like, I don't consciously remember going home. Like, did I turn, you know, did I turn past the store or not?Mischa Z: 00:11:47 What was it? Was there? Yeah. What was the weather like?Sheryne Wilson: 00:11:53 Your unconscious mind, like I've, and you've heard me say this before. It's like a GPS. And so you punch it in what you want to do and your unconscious mind directs your mind and your body and the rest of you to go do it. So hypnosis is really, um, we're dialing in on an, a, on a, on a very focused state for a purposeful reason. And so hypnotherapy is, you know, um, if we want to do a psychological change work, because you're stuck in an area in your life. Or you've experienced trauma, you can't let that go. And often, you know, we have open loops. So to say, just like you have open tabs on your computer, we have open loops. And if you know this, if you have a ton of tabs open on your computer, how well does it run?Mischa Z: 00:12:36 It just gets bogged down. And yeah, it's just, a nightmare. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:12:40 Hypnotherapy and hypnosis is a way to go in and to close, gently close. Some of those open loops of, you know, oh, "I was never good enough when I was a child." "I'm never good enough when I was child" and that plays over and over and over again. And oh, like, you know, "I wonder why my ex left me." "Why did my ex leave me?" "I don't know, was it because I'm not good enough?" And that's a lot of energy even to, um, you know, how many times have you laid in bed at night? "Ah, did I, did I pack my kid's lunch?" "Do I need to get up early and pack my kid's lunch?" "Did I pack it, did I put ahh, where did I put the?" "where did I put my keys?" "Where's my passport?" "Oh Shit where's this?" Like, and those are open loops.Sheryne Wilson: 00:13:15 Right. And so hypnotherapy is a way to go in and close those loops. Okay. Um, yeah. And so it's, it's deep, psychological change work is what we call it. And often it has to do with regression in going back into the past and closing those loops because a lot of the instances that are open still happened between the ages of zero and 12. And so that is when we are most, um, what's the word, uh, malleable. Most, uh, susceptible to change. Where are the most susceptible to influence it's, it's the ages where, um, we're in theta states. So we're, we're a sponge. People say, kids are like sponges and they are, that is their unconscious mind is in a place of just download it, being downloaded information. And so sometimes that information is not very good. Right. And so we have to go back and reprogram the unconscious mind so that you can make a different behavior. So you can make think a different thought, choose a different behavior and get a different result.Mischa Z: 00:14:16 That's a great way to say it there.Sheryne Wilson: 00:14:18 I think I stole that from Vince, Like, honestly, like, I don't know how many times I've seen him write this on a whiteboard when he was, when he did some coaching for me. And I was like, yes, that's right, right. Vince is really good at listening. And we're just going to talk about Vince for a second listening and then like spitting out an answer, you know, like being like, oh, you mean like this? And I'm like, yes, like fill in gaps is great.Mischa Z: 00:14:46 And his knowledge is so deep. It's unbelievable. The more I get to have interactions with him more I'm like, God dang. Like, wow. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. Um, so how did you stumble across, was it NLP first or hypnotherapy first or both at the same time?Sheryne Wilson: 00:15:07 That's so interesting that you said that, sorry, I didn't mean to interrupt you. Got your question. Okay. Yeah. Um, how did I stumble across? Well, like I'd mentioned before, so, um, my father, here's the long story. Cause we like deep don't we, we like to go a little spiritual and woo woo. The long story is, is that I actually wanted to be a doctor. And then my father ended up getting sick. Um, he had cancer and he passed away. And after that I realized I didn't want to be a doctor. And so after being in health and wellness for over 10 years, at that time, I decided to go in a completely different direction. I went into business and marketing and uh, got it.Mischa Z: 00:15:50 I asked you a question. How deep are you into the doctor path? Are you like getting you're in university? You're getting your bachelor's you're gettingSheryne Wilson: 00:15:59 Yeah. Yeah. I was on the dot, like I was in, on advanced, um, uh, like nursing program so that I could go into like, so it basically pre-med, it's going to medicine and I was applying for the faculty of medicine, which is like a preliminary program for medicine. So I had a long ways to go don't get me wrong. But yeah, it was, I wasMischa Z: 00:16:21 On the path. Yeah. I was on the path.Sheryne Wilson: 00:16:25 I was like, I'm going to do it. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:16:28 And so dad gets they'll go ahead. I didn't. So dad, are you and dad? ASheryne Wilson: 00:16:35 Yeah, my dad was my best friend. Yeah. Okay.Mischa Z: 00:16:38 So this is a heavy yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Bitch Slap moment kind of obviously.Sheryne Wilson: 00:16:43 Okay. Yeah. If we want to get real, for sure. My dad had health issues and his entirely, he was a type one diabetic. And so I learned at a very young age, like by the age of, I think, five I've learned, I learned when my dad was in, had low blood sugar and I learned how to give him an injection. I learned like my mom was really good at teaching me and my brother when something was wrong with dad, because I mean, and this is like 20 years ago, 20 plus years ago when they didn't have, um, the insulin packs that they have now. Right? Like they didn't have monitoring on your body where your little thing would be if you went low or whatever. Yeah. The technology, right. It was like, we had to smell his breath. We had to watch his behavior. We had to see, you know, if he is broached, blood, sugar was dropping.Sheryne Wilson: 00:17:29 And, and so anyway, he needs to say he had a lot of health issues. So I always knew in the back of my mind, my mom always prepared this at like dad isn't the strongest physically. And so we need to be appreciative of that. And so I knew, and you know, as an adult, you know, your parents aren't gonna live forever. Um, but I had no idea it would happen that soon. And I didn't think it'd be cancer that blindsided me. I thought it would be like, you know, I had done so much research in pre-med, uh, around diabetes and type one diabetes. And I thought it would be organ failure. I thought it would be, you know, kidney failure, heart disease. That's kind of the things that follow with diabetes. And then it was like, he got this rare cancer, like only seen in 17% of the population, blonde hair, blue eyed, Scandinavians, like in his eye, he got cancer in his eye.Sheryne Wilson: 00:18:20 And it's like, what? Like a rare melanoma in his eye. And it's like, that kinda like shocked all of us. And the doctors didn't really know much about it. And they kind of were like, well, we're just gonna treat it normally. And it's not a big deal. And then later we found out this is a very aggressive cancer and that it can spread almost instantly. And melanoma spreads very fast. Um, and it did it spread to his liver and his lungs and his spine right away. And so within a very short amount of time, he got very sick and um, I put everything on hold and I took care of him and he was my best friend. And it was a no brainer for me. It was like, like I remember my brother would be like, what are you going to do? And I'm like, give me more.Sheryne Wilson: 00:19:09 Am I going to do, I'm dropping out, like, I'm stopping everything. I'm taking that. And he's like, oh, okay. Like, I just was like, this is my best friend. What, what, you know? And, um, I had no idea what it would look like. And that is the scariest thing for anyone who's lost a parent or loved one with cancer. You don't know what it looks like. You don't know how long you have. You don't know how fast it goes. You don't know what it looks like. Some people rarely do they die peacefully in your sleep. That's what I've learned. Yeah. It can be quite ugly. Yeah. It's really gross. Um, so yeah, and I took care of him and it was such a beautiful experience because I learned the value of life and, and I've done a lot of grief talks. If anybody wants, I have spoken for a number of, uh, workshops and, uh, things around grief because it was such a beautiful experience for me. And I've been in contact there's death, doulas. Now death doulas is a thing I would have paid money back then to have a death doula. Like, cause you just don't know to have someone come in and be like, Hey, this is what you need to expect. This is the process. Like, it's like, it's just like having a baby. Right. You have noMischa Z: 00:20:21 End of life doula. Yeah. I interviewed, you can go back to the interviews. It's like interview 17 or something. Mel, Cavindish (Actually Mel McClave interview #12 https://bitch-slap-the-accelerated-path-to-peace.simplecast.com/episodes/interview-12-mel-mcclave-wants-to-talk-death. ) or name a great interview. She's a death doula, but it was awesome. I mean, it was so good. Yeah. SoSheryne Wilson: 00:20:37 Thankfully there was a grief counselor that was really involved and kind of, kind of knew like the death stuff. And, and so it was great, beautiful because it taught me the value of life. Like you don't really understand life until you've just experienced death. And he died in my dad. My dad died in my arms and it was so beautiful and horrible at the same time because this, this is like, he was my best friend. I'm the only man I think I ever truly trusted in life. And he, he was just such a beautiful soul. And um, thankfully I have a lot of his, his legacy and characteristics in me, but it, it, it taught me so much in that moment. Like you really only have one life. Like, and my dad said to me, cause I'm like, dad, do I like who I marry?Sheryne Wilson: 00:21:26 And you know, I'm having this. And we, he, we talked everyday about it. My dad was very open about the dying and we talked about everything and, and you name it, everything we talked about. And I just remember, sorry, I'm kind of rambling. But I remember him saying like sharing. It doesn't matter if you want to be a truck driver, be a truck driver or you want to be a garbage truck driver. Be it be the best garbage truck driver ever. Like nobody cares. Just own it. And just like, if that's your purpose and passion, then do that. Because I was like, dad, I don't know. Do I keep being a doctor? And he was like, I don't care. And as long as you are fulfilling your purpose, he didn't say it like happy. My dad was never like happy. Like my dad was never one of those people's like, do what makes you happy?Sheryne Wilson: 00:22:12 My dad was very like, he was an accountant. So it was very logical. You what's purposeful. Right. And he's going to balance the books. God it. Right. Very much. And so he was, had a practical side of him, but he's like, yeah, like live out your purpose and be, be passionate. And I'm like, okay, because he didn't have regrets, but he had a list of things he hadn't accomplished yet. And that was like a big moment. And he said to me on his death bed, he said to me, I don't have regrets, but I do wish I had gone to more of your games. I do wish we had taken more vacations. I wish I'd taken the darn sick days. You know, I, at the end of the day, cause guess what? His boss, uh, 40 years, wasn't there. The day that the day my dad died.Sheryne Wilson: 00:22:58 I mean, yeah, they sent him a card, but like, you know, all the things he had given himself to in the end, it was really only 20 family members around them. You know, my dad was in charge of many organizations. He was, did non-profit. He did all these things. He'd given 40 years to a company. And yet there's only 20 people around him at the, at the end. And that, that was a wake up call to me. And that's when it was like the slap, it started began. I began, the grief didn't happen that when he died, it was moving on with life afterwards and going, oh my God, like the person that was my best friend is no longer here. Let alone my father. And so I, I did have PTSD. I did have depression. I had horrible anxiety, all my abandonment issues. Every, every emotion I'd ever felt in my life came flooding in. I learned to mop my floors a lot. Um, like it was very like,Mischa Z: 00:23:59 What else am I going to do? Is that what you mean? When you say mop the floors? It's like, this is what I know to do. That's what I can do. Yeah. I'd love that. Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:24:09 And I went back to landscaping. I had to get back to some roots. And so like in my younger years I had landscaped and I called up this guy that I used to landscape and I'm like, I just, I just need to plant some flowers every day for the next few months. And I did until I figured out what I wanted to do and super powerful. Anyways, long story short, this is a long story long.Mischa Z: 00:24:32 Good.Sheryne Wilson: 00:24:33 I ended up, you know, because I, all those emotions, I ended up getting sick myself because I still hadn't let go. I blamed myself on some level. I blamed myself that I didn't save him. That if only I had known more, if only I had been a doctor, if only all these things. And so I had to really let go and all that emotional turmoil plus the stress. Um, I had moved many times, like I put my body through hell and within the first three to five years of my dad passing. And if you do the research, a lot of auto-immune diseases come within the first three to five years of trauma. Yeah. Specifically the death of a loved one. Wow. Yeah. They say within two years of losing a loved one, you are so susceptible to cancer and auto-immune your chances are like crazy.Sheryne Wilson: 00:25:29 Wow. Because it's, your body is in such a state of stress. Yeah. And emotional and physical. So lo and behold, all these autoimmunes came up. And uh, yeah. I started to heal myself naturally. Uh, you know, I did juicing, I did Ravi and I mean, you can go to my website. I list all the things that I did. I did over 30 different modalities. And in the process, in the journey, I did something called bioenergetics, natural bioenergetics, which is dealing with the emotional side and the psychology of emotions as well as the physical side in traditional Chinese medicine. Okay. There's NLP in wa woven into it. And so I noticed incredible change when I started seeing this practitioner who became my mentor and I was like, whatever, this is, I'm going to do it. WhoMischa Z: 00:26:19 Was the, who's your, who was it? Who was your mentor? Who is your mentor?Sheryne Wilson: 00:26:22 Um, she was Linda Easthouse and she, um, she has her own practice out of, uh, Mexico now. Okay, cool. And, uh, so she's semi retired but not retired. She's one of those people I think will never retire. Yes, yes. Uh, so she, she was my teacher and my mentor and taught me some incredible things and work with me every week for probably I think about a year. Okay. I read and saw her every week to deal with the physical, emotional trauma while doing all the physical modalities that I listed on my website. And that's how I was able to heal myself. But in that process, I came across an LP and, and, you know, I, the funny thing is if you know anything about marketing and business, NLP is very heavily woven into marketing and, and business. Yes.Mischa Z: 00:27:08 Like the ad people are like opening loops on us. Right. They're like,Sheryne Wilson: 00:27:13 Yes, absolutely. Right. The, just the way they were things from come by us, us too, wouldn't your life be so much better if you bought this, you know? And it's like, I don't know what it is. Let me show you how, like, there's just, so NLP is just so it's like sleight of mouth, which is what Tony Robbins actually does is he uses a technique called sleight of mouth, which is just very much, um, yeah. Getting people to think and draw them in. And then you make that quick change. Um, can you raise a very powerful technique? And so I actually became certified in bioenergetics first and did that for two years, health coaching, and then really wanted to go deeper. I wanted to get more into trauma counseling and trauma coaching, and I really wanted to blow people's minds. So I got into NLP hypnotherapy, timeline therapy, also incorporated matrix energetics, um, theta healing, EFT. And you just go to like, once you're hooked, you're you just spiral down into all the modalities. And originally I said, I wanna, I want to pick the top 10 modalities that changed my life and I want to learn them, master them. And then I want to help other people change their life with them. So that's what I did. So, um, yeah, it's been fun.Mischa Z: 00:28:33 That is beautiful. Thank you for that. Um, so... Tell me if this is a naive or I don't know if nieve way to say it, but if I hear, I think all of the stuff you just said, it's like, it's all to change the pattern is that kind of change that Mo that, that pattern, right? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Um, like as far as the NLP is concerned, what are the, like the three someone listening's like, well, NLP sounds cool or low, but actually before we go there, Tony Robbins, the slight of mouth technique is he he's using that technique. You don't need to tell me what it is necessarily yet, but he uses that technique. So that draws the person in and opens them up. And so then he can, he can affect change or,Sheryne Wilson: 00:29:28 And then he's quantum linguistics. So it's very, like, he's uses a lot of commands. Right. And so once you draw somebody in and you have influence, then you can command. And so that is like Tony Robbins is not the master of NLP, just so everybody knows, like you didn't even finish his NLP courses. Right. You just took two, two techniques out of NLP and just nice them down and mastered them. And he just uses them and it works on people. That's cool.Mischa Z: 00:29:59 Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:30:00 And then quantum linguistics is it's very much once you have drawn them in, you know, and it's slight of mouth very much, like can be very sarcastic too. Um, well, "wouldn't you like to know?", You know, um, yeah, well that's because like, it's very sarcastic, it's very jokey and it's like, well, "if you wanted that you would go get it." And it's like, yeah, "I guess I would". And then he, he takes it a step further and he uses some, the linguistic, uh, quantum linguistics to kind of add in some embedded commands. Um, which is another technique that is really powerful. And then like, "so go do that". Right. You know, that's kind of, that's kind of what NLP and people don't even realize that it's happening unless you were just sit down and unless someone like myself, um, can pull it out and I'm like, oh, okay. I see what you're doing there.Mischa Z: 00:30:59 So who did he learn from, or who was his teacher? Who would, as far as you're aware? Huh?Sheryne Wilson: 00:31:05 I think learn from Tad James. Okay. Or could have been Richard Bandler. Those are kind of the top two, um, gurus out there. I'm sure there's more, please. Don't be offended if you're listening to this. And you're like, I know they're like, no, you got it wrong. Yeah. I may have.Mischa Z: 00:31:23 Yeah. Right. Yeah. No, we're just having fun. We're just bantering. We're just talking aboutSheryne Wilson: 00:31:29 Tad James.Mischa Z: 00:31:30 Well, I'll tell you what I think is so interesting about, and this is not no reflection of Tony Robbins. I think of the, but when I hear sleight of mouth, right. Um, unlike that almost bring, makes me as a slight negative connotation to me and not, not Tony, but that like the technique I'm like, oh, why does that, why does that, it's an interesting question. Why does that chat me just a little bit? Like using slight of mouth on me? You know what I mean? Like, you know what I'm saying? Does that make sense or not like, it's an interesting, go ahead.Sheryne Wilson: 00:32:08 NLP can have a bad rap because it can be very manipulative in marketing. There's a fine line. And I think it's important that you have ethics and morals around it. And when I did my NLP, we went over ethics and morals, um, and how to use it. And when you use it, because it is, it does put people in a trance, it is formulated, there is so much, it's intertwined with hypnotherapy and hypnosis and it does put people in a trance and you need to be careful how you, how you do things because you can manipulate people. Um, anybody you can use language to manipulate anyone. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:32:41 Yeah. If people are trying to do it all the time, marketers, right. They're trying to influence our actions or get us to buy products or switch companies or go to Verizon versus AT&T, right. Like,Sheryne Wilson: 00:32:55 Yeah. Like "wouldn't you want to protect your family?" W w like, "don't, you want to protect your family,?" "Come to AT&T" we'll put like what, oh, okay. It can be very, you know, um, accusing accusatory. It can be very, uh, manipulating. Um, yeah. But, but it works too. So there's, there's a right way and a wrong way, I would say of using it. Um, but it's out there. If you actually study the news, it's, it's, it's interwoven in everything. Every president has their own neuro-linguistic program or trainer to teach them how to talk. That's amazing.Mischa Z: 00:33:34 Yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:33:34 Yeah. That's how powerful. This is the top CEOs in the world, all know NLP. Um, most companies have their own NLP trainers, Vince, new NLP, like, yeah. All of my guys have like studied NLP, like, because it's such a powerful use of language. You can manipulate people to get, do what you want them to do.Mischa Z: 00:33:56 Wow. Um,Sheryne Wilson: 00:33:58 So I just use it to get people to do what they want to do on themselves. Right. Right.Mischa Z: 00:34:02 Use it as a tool out of the yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:04 To get them out of your head.Mischa Z: 00:34:06 Yeah. So cool. So, and then if we were to just generalize, we'd say like the S the strategy of NLP is to help you used for good using the force for good is to help you or somebody, uh, change their thought pattern to a more productive or less negative, or however you want to say that. Right. So, yeah. Is that, yeah.Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:30 I would say it's tricking your mind into doing what you wanted to do. Oh, I love that.Mischa Z: 00:34:34 Um, so cool. So what are, like, tell me some, tell me some, uh, some tactics within that, like, cool. We've got this cool strategy. We're going to, we're going to trick our mind and to doing what we wanted to do. So like, gimme some, uh, anyone listening, like give him, throw, throw them a bone. Let's, let's get let's when we got,Sheryne Wilson: 00:34:55 Um, yeah. So there's some words that are really powerful that automatically trigger people to take action, and those words are, NEED, WANT, HAVE, MUST, AND WILL, is also in there. And so, um, if I was talking to you and it's like, um, or if I need to do something, I will be like, I need to go do this. And that can trigger something in your unconscious mind to take action. Um, and everybody's different, but those are kind of the top five, the NEED, WANT, HAVE, MUST, and WILL. And so if you, if you're like, I will go do this, I must go do this. I'm going to go do this. Like a lot of things, people think I am is really powerful. It's not as powerful as I must. And, uh, uh, I will, and I have to, and I want to, and I need to. And so that's a trick that you can do, um, is you can literally say that, like, I must go do the dishes. I need to go do the dishes. I want to go do the dishes. I will go do the dishes. Um, and you can say that, and that will supercharge your unconscious mind because it's an embedded command that we've learned from such a young age to go do something. Right.Mischa Z: 00:36:06 I love that. That's a good one. Yeah. Thank you for that. So that's a great tip. So again, people can follow along at www.innermindperformance.com or www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com is where they can listen to you. I interview you. I do two interviews. We do the general session, and then we do the VIP session. I can't remember which one it was in, but you were like, and use the, what was that example you gave? It was so great. I hope, I hope it comes to me quick. I was like, um,Sheryne Wilson: 00:36:38 I hope it comes through, cause I can't rememberMischa Z: 00:36:40 It. Well, you were like, you were like, you were like, put the question on your, your, your like, form the question. You're like form the question, put it on your, on a note or a sticky on your mirror or something. And then the subconscious mind will work to answer the question. Right. And so you're like somebody hates doing this dishes and you're like, I it's something about all of a sudden now they're doing the dishes. Sorry audience.Sheryne Wilson: 00:37:12 No, it's very much like, um, you know, uh, "what would my life look like if I enjoy doing the dishes" or, um, "how easy would it be for me to do the dishes every day?" Um, and, and not answering that question, just leaving it up there and watching your unconscious mind figure out the answer. Um, cause a lot of people think that it's a lot of work. The unconscious mind is so much, it's 30,000 times more powerful than the conscious mind. And so if you can get it embedded in your unconscious mind, it will take over and you'll take action. And so the whole, like I love, I get a lot of my clients to get this. "If, if this was no longer a problem in my life, how much time and energy would I have". And then the unconscious mind goes, "well, we want time and energy, why don't we solve this problem?" Like, you know, and it starts to look for an answer. "What would my life look like if this was no longer a problem in my life?" You know, "if this was no longer a problem in my life, how much time and energy would I have?" "What will I do with all the time and energy that I have that now that this is no longer a problem in my life?"Mischa Z: 00:38:14 And so I love that. And I love that thought. And the subconscious mind starts working to answer that question.Sheryne Wilson: 00:38:21 I walk away and you go, you know, eat a piece of chocolate, go for a walk. And the next thing, you know, as you're figuring out your life's problems and you're like, oh, how did that,Mischa Z: 00:38:31 So would you have somebody write that down? Or like walk me through. So it's like, okay, go ahead.Sheryne Wilson: 00:38:37 Yeah. Yeah. So a lot of my clients, I get them to write it on a sticky and put it on their mirror in the morning. Um, I would say first thing in the morning, especially when you get out of the shower, um, because your neural networks are most, are really lit at that time. So to say, and so yeah, the shower look in the mirror and be like, just say it out loud, three times, you don't need to answer it. Like this is, this is not a cognitive thinking thing. This is just, okay, what would my life look, feel? And sound like, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, or whatever the question is that they need to ask. And they just say it out loud three times, and then they go away and then they say it again before bed. Um, and so that is a technique that you can use and I get them to do it for as long as it takes until I would say anywhere from two weeks to three weeks, seems to be about the time. And then by the end of 30 plus days, it's no longer a problem. It's not even, they're like, yeah, I have so much time energy to figure everything out. Like I got thisMischa Z: 00:39:36 Any, you don't need to say any names, but any real word. What's the top real world example of that, where you've helped one of your clients do that. Can you give like a real life? IfSheryne Wilson: 00:39:49 I would say every single one of my clients? Um, because once I think a lot of, I think as humans and, and the time and energy one is big because we've been taught that everything takes time and energy, right? And time and energy is important. It's a valuable thing. You're very valuable. And so I would say every single one of my clients, no matter what it is, if it's, you know, I want to lose weight. If I changed jobs, make more money, no longer be sick, whatever it is. I put the time in and how much time and energy will I have when I work out every day, how much time and energy will I have when I lose 10 pounds, you know, what will my life look out? Look like, you know, how much time and energy we'll have when this is no longer a problem, my life insert the problem.Sheryne Wilson: 00:40:36 Um, and I would see every single one of my clients after the three weeks are like, oh my gosh, I have so much time and energy because it also changes their focus of where it's going. Because focusing on the problem as part of the problem, focusing on the problems, part of the problem, right? And so they're now thinking about how can I create more time and energy, because this is no longer a problem in my life because my unconscious mind is taking care of it. I'm taking care of it. And so what else can I do? Because the unconscious mind likes direction. It likes to do shit. And so many times once I sit, I sit down with a client, they got chaos, chaos in their life. They got destruction. The world's burning down because they're bored. What happens to a toddler when you leave them alone for too longMischa Z: 00:41:24 By God,Sheryne Wilson: 00:41:26 What happens to toddler? When you leave himMischa Z: 00:41:28 Alone for too long, they're going to wreak havocSheryne Wilson: 00:41:31 Markers on the wall. Legos kicked over, brothers, sisters locked in the cupboard. Like we are wired when we're bored, we will create anything, including Cray chaos. So give yourself something to do, stop, stop creating the problem.Mischa Z: 00:41:53 Oh my God.Sheryne Wilson: 00:41:55 You know, it's so funny when people come to me and they're like, I'm not good at manifesting. You know, I've been divorced three times and you know, I've lost my job. And like, I have health issues. I'm like, you are very good at manifesting. You are very good at manifesting. Your bored and your bored. We need to get that energy because it's the same thing. That's like, you know, they're very good at creating destruction,Mischa Z: 00:42:22 Dig a ditch. Right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:42:26 You, and so it's like, give your unconscious mind something to do. Stop destroying relationships, stop with the destroying habits in your life. Stop eating at night. Like people that people know what we eat because we're bored. We'll do something. Right. It's a default mechanism when we're bored, we will resort to creating anything, including destruction. So true. Right.Mischa Z: 00:42:51 So true. Just like throwing little, little toddlers throwing temper tantrums. Oh my God.Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:03 Unconscious minds board. So it's like post up today. LikeMischa Z: 00:43:08 You had to manifest something. How about another destroyed relation, destroyed relationship.Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:16 That much dysfunction. I'm scared. I'm like, wow. You are powerful.Mischa Z: 00:43:20 I love that idea though. Wow. If you could just shift the, uh, you know, the, I didn't know, shift the intention or I dunno what the right word is there. The focus, the focus. Thank you. The focus. Oh my gosh. That's so, so good. Um, that's a new way to look at the destructive patterns in my life. Oh my God. I am so powerful. Manifesting. I just need a new focus. I love it. Um, I'm going to press, you knowSheryne Wilson: 00:43:52 This because I've done it myself,Mischa Z: 00:43:54 Right?Sheryne Wilson: 00:43:56 Wow. I'm really good at manifesting chaos like crazy. What if I write my best friend? He says to me, he, whenever I I'm like trying to enter mine, he goes, you know, it takes one to know one,Mischa Z: 00:44:17 So true. Um, all right. I'm going to press you a little bit on, I want to, I want a specific example of where you Jedi tricked the person with your little thing there with, with that tool of, um, sorry to do that too. I should've let you know beforehand. It had been a lot easier.Sheryne Wilson: 00:44:39 Go on a specific example of what,Mischa Z: 00:44:42 Of, where you your were doing, where you're like, Hey, ask this question and when you're out of the shower and when you go to bed, like, what is, uh, what is one of your clients? We don't need the name, but like, this was there. This was the real world problem. And we got the real word solution utilizing this technique, perhaps some others as well. But do you understand what I'm saying?Sheryne Wilson: 00:45:04 Okay. Two clients are coming to mind. One. She had been, um, I would say she was in a, in a very tumultuous relationship for many years and then ended it, but never got over it. Like your heart was broken. And she was, I would say chronically depressed. Um, for four years, been in counseling for four years, just like living lifeless for four years. Um, you know, the nine to five or whatever, and she couldn't get over. And I remember I got her to do this specifically. I mean, I had worked with her too, but I think it was, you know, something around. I can't remember what it was. This is a while ago. Um, like a few years ago. I think I got her to ask the question. Um, what would I do? Yeah. How happy that's, what was, "how happy would I be knowing that I've let go of insert person's name?"Sheryne Wilson: 00:46:04 Um, "How happy would I be knowing that I let go of this person and that I now have the power to choose what I get to do with my life." Something along those lines, a very empowered I remember had to do with how happy would I be? And within two weeks she, um, she comes through one of her appointments and she goes, we have a problem. And I said, what? She goes well for the first time in four years, I don't think I've ever been so productive. And I said, what do you mean? She's like, I planted my garden. Hadn't touched my garden for years, planted my garden. She said, I've changed jobs. Um, and she didn't like her job and she's like, I'm back. I got on a dating website and she's like, I actually think I'm happy. Like, I actually think I'm experiencing joy again.Sheryne Wilson: 00:46:52 She actually didn't know we had to go through a whole process. Feels like, cause sometimes people legitimately forget. And so I was like, okay, let's start identifying that. There's happiness in your life. And, and uh, yeah, it was really cool. And uh, she went on and like, honestly after that, she just like, she didn't know what to, she didn't even know what to do with herself. I mean, she was like for four years, I feel like I've just wasted my life. And, and now I'm like planting a garden and, and moving on. And so that, and it literally, it was, I got her to do it. She was probably doing it. I think I had her do it, put it on her steering wheel of her car. So every time she got in her car, she had to say it out loud. Um, she did a lot of driving, so she was, we had multiple times a day asking that question and yeah. Transformational. Yeah. Beautiful.Mischa Z: 00:47:44 And what was the other one that came to mind?Sheryne Wilson: 00:47:46 Um, again, it was around love again and I think it was like, what would I do? Um, I think it was how fulfilled. No, "if I knew how much I love myself, um, how much, how much could someone love me." "If I knew how much I love myself how much could someone love me?" And, uh, again, similar situation been through divorce. Hadn't dated in a year or years. Long time was looking to get back into that, but was struggling to feel worthy to date again and like, oh my God. But then a month she had men bowing to her and she's like going on. And like, she also started to really respect herself and she wasn't dating just these lack of a better term douche bags. She doesn't use bags anymore. And she started dating he's high standard, respectable men. And I was like, whoa, how this is powerful. And she's like, she still just says the man the mantra today. Um, and yeah, this is, she started saying a couple of years ago, but very powerful, very powerful technique.Mischa Z: 00:48:56 So good. Um, and again, everybody listening go to toolsforagoodlifesummit.com and you spoke on, I believe it was day one, mind day. And then there's also the VIP bonus interview where you drop, not only that Bob, but like, you're just, I mean, it was so powerful that the tools and the insights and, uh, um, like actionable content. Right. That's what I love is you were just like, here's a platter of actionable content to,Sheryne Wilson: 00:49:29 Because I don't usually do actionable content.Mischa Z: 00:49:32 Yeah. We, we sussed it out of you.Sheryne Wilson: 00:49:36 Right? You did. I'm so I'm so impressed. Usually I'm just like, I dunno, you just do it. You just do it on my table. It come, you know, book an appointment with me. We'll fix it. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:49:46 Well you'll, you'll help if someone where someone goes, oh my gosh, urine's amazing. They call you up. You're going to obviously got to dig a little bit. Like, what's the issue? What are we going to work on? What technique do I want to apply? Where right. Like what what's best fit given, uh, given the, uh, the progress they want to make, I guess, but, and of course, innermindperformance.com. They can go there too. So I wrote down a few questions. I always like to, to take a moment and thank you for indulging me with all that. And, um, and I'm gonna, I'm gonna, I'm gonna try to think of something to put within framework, hold on, put within your framework. So the next time we talk, I can be like, Hey, I used that little trick and here's what it was. Right. So I'm going to, I'm going to think about that offline. I'll I'll come up with something and try it for the next time we talk. But I like to take like, Hey, source universe, infinite intelligence, God, call it whatever the heck you want. Like, you know, w w like, what are some questions? So here, are you ready?Sheryne Wilson: 00:50:56 I'm ready. Are you channeling? Is thatMischa Z: 00:50:58 What you're saying? I'm set. I did earlier, before I got on the call, I wrote down a few things. And so one of them was, I thought, what an opportunity to, cause I'm a guy or a girl or a man woman, however you want to say it. I was like, I wrote down, what's the biggest difference between men and women and how they deal, how they deal, or we could say how they deal with blank. That's what I got to. What's the, my question to you. What's the biggest difference between men and women and how we deal you fill in the blank.Sheryne Wilson: 00:51:34 Oh, wow. I think in how they deal with life and perception. Okay.Mischa Z: 00:51:43 Tell me thenSheryne Wilson: 00:51:47 This would require a full nother podcast. As I love talking about gender roles, and I love talking about programming and the pro or the programming that's come with gender, um, and gender roles. And, and I hope that doesn't offend anybody when I say gender, but I mean like the masculine and the feminine, um, yeah, I think, you know, the earliest programming is women are taught and, and I think that's changing. Um, but for definitely like our generation and up, I would say it's very much been, uh, women are less than and weaker. And, um, that's been a negative thing and, uh, men are, you know, stronger and women are sensitive, right? Women are sensitive and men are, you know, emotionally unavailable. Right. And, and men, I think like I literally have the picture of like a man in a suit with a briefcase walking down the street, logically, going to work and motionless, right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:53:01 Like emotionless, I should say. And a woman at home in the kitchen, um, you know, crying over a sad movie. And, and like, that is what I picture when you were talking that, because that is the program that I received at a young age. And what I have learned is that makes it difficult for men and women to relate because now we've created a barrier and we've created labels. And if you've ever heard me speak on clubhouse or anywhere, I hate labels, hate labels. I hate labels. I hate titles. I hate, I hate it when we do that. And I get why we do it so that we can compartmentalize and relate to what's going on. Cause we need to remember, I talked about distort, delete and filter what's happening. So it's a way that we filter things, but it does put things in a box. And what it, what it does is it says that women are overly sensitive and men are, you know, emotionally unavailable. Right. And I would say that makes it very difficult for men and women to be in connection and communication. If those are, if those are the, the labels and the programs that we've set before us,Sheryne Wilson: 00:54:27 I could go so deep into this,Mischa Z: 00:54:29 We have a few minutes. So don't, don't be scared if there's more you want to say, or you want me to ask a question if you're, if there's something on the tip of your tongue,Sheryne Wilson: 00:54:37 I think I, we can go a little bit. Woo Woo. I think, you know, I think the feminine, here's my honest opinion. I think the feminine energy, whether you identify as a female or not, or you just identify with that type of energy, I think the feminine is more powerful than the masculine. I truly believe that I believe the feminine energy, we can birth a human being, which we create life and we can squat that you ever seen Eliza Schlesinger. Yes. Right. And she's like, you know, and she's like, you know, we just wiggle out this human being and we're like, you know, and then we're like, oh, can you open this can for me? And it's like, she's like really like,Mischa Z: 00:55:20 Oh my God, that's amazing. Right.Sheryne Wilson: 00:55:22 It's just like what, um, I think the feminine energy that we possess, whether you're female or identify as female, whatever doesn't matter, um, is stronger and more powerful than any masculine energy out there. I also think that feminine energy will heal the masculine. I feel that women have, um, inverted and destroyed a lot of the sanctity of feminine energy and that it is actually quite sovereign and strong and powerful. It's not weak. It's not necessarily nurturing, nurturing as it is more sovereign. And I think that if women can tap into that, they would be able to heal men. Not that that's our responsibility, but I think it would heal the masculine. And I think that would allow the masculine to step into more of a feminine role or a feminine energy, which would soften men, which would allow more creativity, which again, I think it's about equality for me.Sheryne Wilson: 00:56:21 It's like the ying, the yang. It's like, we need the masculine, we need the feminine. And every human being needs to have a balance of the both. That is my perspective. And I have seen relationships in my personal life change when I step into more masculine energy. And when I step into feminine energy and when I learned to balance the time, the tact tone and timing of that, I can heal every man in my life. I have witnessed that before my eyes. And it is such a powerful role because I used to be one of those women that emasculated men, I chopped your balls off and I chewed them up and spit it out. And I thought I was being a bad-ass bitch. And then I realized that you crying in the corner did note like does nothing, that these men, men just want to be loved as much as women.Sheryne Wilson: 00:57:11 They want to be heard as much as women, it's just not acceptable. And that's part of the program. It's not socially acceptable for a man to come to work and be like, I'm having an off day I'm sad, you know, whereas women, it's totally acceptable to be like, I'm PMS'ing. I can be a because in PMS'ing scene, you know, like, all right, like a girlfriend messaged me and she's like, ah, I think I'm getting my period. I'm going to take today off. And I'm like, oh yeah. Okay, cool. But like, if a minute, you know, if one of my men, male friends messaged and he was like, my blood ball hurts, I think I'm going to skip work. Right. We'd be like, what? Like pull yourself up by your bootstraps. Like why you being a pussy? You know, like, you know, I'm just like, I used to be that girl that was like, why?Sheryne Wilson: 00:57:54 Like, if I saw a man cry, be like, why are you crying? Like why? And now when I'm in the presence of a man that cries, I'm like, I will hold space. Like I'm holding a child, excuse my language. But it's like, that is the most probably privileged state to, for a woman to ever be when a man shows real raw emotion. And I've learned to really appreciate, harness, captivate hold that, um, because it's just not allowed. And if men had more safe places to do that, the world would be a different place. And if women had more safe place to step into the masculine while being feminine, because we kind of went to the extreme, like w like before it was like women were like, you know, like these weak feeble, like stay at home, love me, you know, like just weak and feeble, whatever.Sheryne Wilson: 00:58:50 And then we swung and we're like, I want to be a bad ass bitch. And like, we want to like step into this masculine role. And it's like, I want the career and I want to pop out babies. And I want to look good and wear skinny jeans while doing it. And then we realized that we all started getting sick and dying and burning out. And we started castrating men because it's just not like, not meant to be like, we went so far to the extreme. Right. And like how many women were breaking down, like we're on my table. And they're like, I just understand what's happening. My hair's falling out, running a corporate nine to five job. I'm, you know, managing millions of dollars. Like they've stepped in this giant corporate masculine role. And they're like the queen at home too. Like, you know, taking charge of their family. And they're like, I don't know why I'm burnt out. And I'm like, well, because you have a uterus and your purpose is to nurture. So like, if you abandoned that you're going to burn out in the other ways. So I think it's about kind of finding that balance of like, yeah, I can be a bad-ass pitch and still cry, you know, and take a break and men can be, you know, corporate gurus or, you know, Kings of their household and have a bad day.Mischa Z: 01:00:05 Yeah. And not have it be a vicious bad day. Right. Like a lot of times that perhaps a bad day for man that justifies our, unloading our emotions in an unhealthy way. Right. Instead of crying or, or in a softer feminine sort of way where like agro or aggressive or vocal or intimidating, or, you know, um, maybe not encouraged how to like deal with that bad day. And, uh, in a, in a, in a, in a healthier manner, shall we say,Sheryne Wilson: 01:00:45 Well, it's because we've been repressed too for so long, you know, so many women are like, men are like Jeckel and Hyde. It's like, CA can you blame them? Like they have to play this role of like macho man or, you know, hero all day. And then it's like, they are just shoving their emotions down. And then you're asking them why they bought the wrong kind of cottage cheese. Right. And they're just like, like, I can't handle that anymore. And they just snap. And you're like, oh my God, what's your problem. And it's like, really? You know,Mischa Z: 01:01:21 Oh my god.Sheryne Wilson: 01:01:21 So hard. You know, women, I'm not saying women have it any easier. This is not about who has it easier or harder. It's something needs to change, you know, like, yeah. And I think, I think honestly, the feminine is leading the change. And if, because we, we are the ones that birth the child and therefore we create the life. And so you create the standards you create, you can create a lot more than you think.Mischa Z: 01:01:50 Yeah. Yeah. Thank you for that. When you say sovereign, what do you meanSheryne Wilson: 01:01:56 I'm addicted this word right now, sovereign sovereign is like, um, gracefully taking your authority is a, it's an, it's a deep knowing of, um, empowerment, um, sovereign, like, you know who you are, you know, where you're going. It's like, I picture this very like, um, noble queen, just taking her throne. The chaos is going on and she just leans forward and just says, you know, something really nurturing. And just knowing that you are handling the situation, you know who you are. You're not out of fear. And it's, there's a lot of grace and power that comes forth like sovereign.Mischa Z: 01:02:35 Does that make sense? It does. Thank you. I love that. Um, that's good. You, when you talk about women can heal men. What pops to my mind is not literally like needing to take action to heal them. It's it's like allowing, allowing for, for healing. You hold space. I guess we could, because I wrote down hold space. I think, I think that as a guy, like to me, I, I, when I quit my job so I can hold space for my boys. And what does that mean? That means I can be there for them. And oftentimes I didn't even need to do anything, but just be in the living room so that when they opened the door and looked out, they're like, yeah, dad's there. This is a safe space, right. Hold space. Without, without having to do anything else other than listen, or be there or hug or right. Does that, yeah. So go ahead. Go, go.Sheryne Wilson: 01:03:40 Yeah. No, I think like females are so used to them being in chaos and so used to them being rescued and being part of the, like being the problem, because we can, we just we're dramatic. We can be more dramatic, more emotional. And if women learn to rescue themselves and find that masculine energy that can rescue themselves and just chill the out, like that gives men the space to talk, because how many times has a man walked in the door or you've gone out to meet them. And you're like, oh my God, let me tell you about my day. And you just like, every woman does this. And it's just like "Blah", and they just vomit. And then they're like, what, why aren't you talking to me? Why aren't you sharing me? Why aren't you opening up? And the guy's like, because you're a disaster dude.Sheryne Wilson: 01:04:29 Like, and, you know, they're taught to like rescue the woman. So they're sitting there in silence, you know, cause that's how they don't know what to do. And it's like, if women just were like, learn to take care of deal with their own, you know, like you can save yourself and then once you deal with your own, that allows space for a man to be like, Hey, you're okay, because you're okay. Can I come cry on your lap? And you're like, yeah, yeah, here, here. And I'm not going to castrate you for it. Like, I'm not going to emasculate you while you do it. I'm going to still look at you tomorrow. Like you're a king, like, and certainly I get super passionate about it. I still,Sheryne Wilson: 01:05:12 And I I've had to learn this. I'm still learning this.Mischa Z: 01:05:18 I love it. Great, great lessons. Great. Great. Yes. Um, um, just quick time check. Um, I think I'm going to say, I think that, uh, the universe just had a great question for me to ask you, so thank you so much for that. Um, thank you so much for that. Um, I, I, was there anything that, um, you were hoping to speak on when you jumped on the podcast here that you didn't get a chance to talk about that?Sheryne Wilson: 01:05:53 No, I mean, I was, I'm such an open and easy going flow, whatever. Um, I didn't know what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised and I, as you know, there's multiple topics that I can and share about and, and I just kinda went with your leadings. So I think it's great.Mischa Z: 01:06:13 Well, fantastic. Um, again, everybody for more www.innermindperformance.com, When I'm looking over here, I'm looking at your website, which is super cool and there's some great programs and offerings and things to help to help people. Um, yeah. So check that out. And then of course, why wouldn't I talk about the www.toolsforagoodlifesummit.com yet again, go there and you can check out, uh, your, uh, Sheryne's awesome, um, interviews. So I think that's it. Uh, thank you so much for jumping on. I'm going to hit stop and then we'll say goodbye offline.Sheryne Wilson: 01:06:56 No, thank you so much. It's been awesome.

The Health Disparities Podcast
Meeting our neighbors at the intersection of environmental justice and health equity.

The Health Disparities Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 60:34


“From the health community, we recognize that climate change is a public health issue, and we stand ready to address that. I'm so proud that this administration has named the first office in HHS that is going to address Climate Change and Health Equity.”  ~ Dr. Doris Browne. Sequel to Episode 101.

Curiosity Daily
Earth's Core Growing Lopsided and the Science of Gut Feelings

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 12:44


Learn how to tap into your “gut feeling,” which knows more than you think it does; and why Earth's core is growing lopsided. You do have a "gut feeling" — and it knows more than you think by Cameron Duke Annie Murphy Paul. (2021, July 29). Interoception: how to improve your “gut feeling.” Big Think; Big Think. https://bigthink.com/personal-growth/interoception-how-to-improve-your-gut-feeling  Armstrong, K. (2019). Interoception: How We Understand Our Body's Inner Sensations. APS Observer, 32(8). https://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/interoception-how-we-understand-our-bodys-inner-sensations  Lewicki, P., Czyzewska, M., & Hoffman, H. (1987). Unconscious acquisition of complex procedural knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 13(4), 523–530. https://doi.org/10.1037/0278-7393.13.4.523  Ceunen, E., Vlaeyen, J. W. S., & Van Diest, I. (2016). On the Origin of Interoception. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00743  Plans, D. (2019, February 5). We've Lost Touch with Our Bodies. Scientific American Blog Network. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/weve-lost-touch-with-our-bodies/  Price, C. J., & Hooven, C. (2018). Interoceptive Awareness Skills for Emotion Regulation: Theory and Approach of Mindful Awareness in Body-Oriented Therapy (MABT). Frontiers in Psychology, 9. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00798  Craig, A. D. (2009). How do you feel — now? The anterior insula and human awareness. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 10(1), 59–70. https://doi.org/10.1038/nrn2555  Earth's core is growing lopsided by Grant Currin  Cottier, C. (2021). Earth's Inner Core Is Growing Lopsided. Discover Magazine; Discover Magazine. https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/earths-inner-core-is-growing-lopsided  Frost, D. A., Lasbleis, M., Chandler, B., & Romanowicz, B. (2021). Dynamic history of the inner core constrained by seismic anisotropy. Nature Geoscience, 14(7), 531–535. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41561-021-00761-w ‌ Is Earth's core lopsided? Strange goings-on in our planet's interior. (2021, June 3). Phys.org. https://phys.org/news/2021-06-earth-core-lopsided-strange-goings-on.html  ‌Ling, T. (2021, June 4). Scientists have measured how Earth's core grows (and found something really strange). BBC Science Focus Magazine; BBC Science Focus Magazine. https://www.sciencefocus.com/planet-earth/earth-core-asymmetric-growth/  BONUS: Cohen, R. (2020, January 23). The Silurian Hypothesis. The Paris Review. https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2020/01/23/the-silurian-hypothesis/  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Whole Life Healing
The unconscious overrules the conscious | The New Jesus - Episode 29

Whole Life Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 100:26


When the head and the heart conflict, the heart always wins and another name for the heart is the unconscious mind.

LIMITLESS ONE
Episode 41: Living A Conscious Life In An Unconscious World With Jai Sugrim

LIMITLESS ONE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 79:21


How does one live a conscious life walking in authenticity, gratitude, and being unflappable in their life purpose? Anand joins Yoga Master Jai Sugrim to have a conversation about their purpose and how each is navigating the turbulent waters of a world gone seemingly mad. Jai has been a health and wellness educator for 25 years, a teacher of the Jai Sugrim Yoga Method, and has been featured in numerous publications for his work. The two discuss how they've survived the massive uncertainty and doubt brought upon by recent world events. They talk about divine relationships, distancing from the pandemic, dealing with the division, and the meme warfare. Anand also expounds on the holistic modalities he offers through his business, from infrared saunas to zero-gravity floatation therapy, and how it benefits clients dealing with anxiety and depression. Lend an ear for this deep dive on spirituality and finding purpose and positivity in these trying times.

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich
Crazy Milks & Unconscious Weight Gain - Episode 1923

Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 25:11


: Episode 1923 - On this Sunday School episode, the lovely Gina Grad joins Vinnie Tortorich to talk unconscious weight gain, crazy milks, Vinnie's new doc, news, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2021/09/crazy-milks-unconscious-weight-gain-episode-1923 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS UNCONSCIOUS WEIGHT GAIN Gina has received lots of compliments about her weight recently. She realizes she didn't receive the same sort of attention to her figure when she gained weight. People don't tend to comment on this, and that's part of why it can sneak up on you. Now, she's feeling much more confident. Gina is walking miles a day, which has also helped. CRAZY MILKS There are many insane milks. Milk isn't really milk unless it comes from an animal! A new company is making milk from fungi. If you are that against milk, don't drink them at all!!! Vinnie would also recommend that most avoid milk altogether. FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 [the_ad id="17480"] PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH!   FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.nsngfoods.com Https://www.bit.ly/fatdocumentary