If you've ever felt like something is wrong with YOU because you keep attracting the SAME types of men over and over again... Men who are emotionally unavailable... Men who are not interested in commitment... Men who are unfaithful... etc. There's actually something DEEPER to the story. It's not that you're doomed. Or that something is wrong with you. It's that you may have an UNCONSCIOUS dating pattern running the show and you don't even know it. Tune into this episode to learn more. WORK WITH BEATRICE: Head over to my website to apply for 1:1 personal or business coaching Listen to OFF THE RECORD, a deep-dive into some of the most intimate parts of my own relationship and how we handle arguments, disagreements, the masculine + feminine dynamic in our relationship and MORE: https://beatricekamau.com/otr CONNECT WITH BEATRICE: Be sure to connect with me more on Instagram @theselflovefix. I'd love to hear what you thought of this episode and what your major takeaways were. Want to get to know the woman behind the podcast? Find me in these TikTok streets: https://www.tiktok.com/@iambeatricekamau
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‘The easiest thing for the mind, which is generally very lazy, is to follow what somebody else has said.' This week's episode on Following has two sections. The first extract (2:25) is from the first question and answer meeting at Brockwood Park in 1981, titled: Why do we follow? The second and final extract in this episode (43:39) is from Krishnamurti's second talk in Saanen 1970, titled: Following means we are second-hand human beings. Each episode of the Krishnamurti podcast features carefully selected clips from the archives. The aim is to represent different aspects of Krishnamurti's radical approach to many of the issues and questions we all face in our lives. This week's theme is Following. Upcoming themes are Thinking Together, The Unconscious and Rationality. This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit the official YouTube channel for hundreds of full-length video and audio recordings of Krishnamurti's talks and discussions. In addition, the Foundation's own channel features a large collection of specially selected clips. You can also find our regular quotes and videos on Instagram, TikTok and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review or rating on your podcast app, which helps our visibility.
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‘There is only 'what is', and not the changing of 'what is'. The changing of 'what is' is the movement of thought in time.' This week's episode on What Is has four sections. The first extract (2:38) is from Krishnamurti's second talk in Ojai 1983, titled: ‘What is' and ‘what should be'. The second extract (29:30) is from the third talk at Brockwood Park in 1978, titled: ‘What is' has no opposite. The third extract (40:20) is from the eighth discussion in Saanen 1970, titled: ‘What is' contains the past, present and future. The final extract in this episode (59:55) is from Krishnamurti's fourth talk at Brockwood Park in 1973, titled: The cessation of ‘what is'. Each episode of the Krishnamurti podcast features carefully selected clips from our extensive archives. The aim is to represent different aspects of Krishnamurti's radical approach to many of the issues and questions we all face in our lives. This week's theme is What Is. Upcoming themes are Following, Thinking Together and The Unconscious. This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in the UK, which is also home to the Krishnamurti Retreat Centre. Situated in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park, The Krishnamurti Centre offers retreats individually and in groups. The focus is on inquiry in light of Krishnamurti's teachings. Please visit krishnamurticentre.org.uk for more information. You can also find our regular quotes and videos on Instagram, TikTok and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review or rating on your podcast app, which helps our visibility.
You might have all the willpower in the world to reach your goals, but it's not going to be worth anything if there are unconscious forces pulling you in the opposite direction. In this episode, I discuss how to identify the past wounds your scared inner child is trying to avoid and how your inner parent can work with them so you can create the kind of life you dream of together.
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I'm Really Not Good Enough And I don't have to be a perfectionist and have every bloomin' thing just right When you get to let go of that life becomes a pleasure and you can look forward to simply just getting better each day and enjoying the process. And talking of processes I have one here in this episode so jump in it's not that long of an episode. Do you have that old limiting belief of "I'm not good enough", most of us do somewhere in our lives? And when we begin to understand the positive intention behind that belief and the conflict it's causing now things tend to change - for the better and that's where we are going today. It's a subject you will find in past episodes here and no doubt in the future = see if this resonates with you. Please share: https://personaldevelopmentunplugged.com/365-im-really-not-good-enough/ Shine brightly Paul Please remember you can leave a comment or email me with questions, requests and feedback. 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There are no paragraphs, it's a straight transcript so it will annoy the connoisseurs of English prose :O) Overcoming the "I'm Not Good Enough" Mindset Paul Clough talks about letting go of I'm not good enough Speaker A: Hey, I'm really not good enough. Well, the thing is, there's a pain of trying to be your best, to be perfect. And there's a pleasure of experiencing life being your best and striving to be better. Speaker B: It. Speaker A: And I think I might have a little tip. Well, I know I've got a little tip. A process that'll help you find that and let go of I'm not good enough. I don't have to be a perfectionist anymore. Okay, have a listen after this. Speaker D: Hey, my friend, a longer podcast, it's all about just like the title says, I'm really not good enough. Speaker A: And, I know you're not good. Speaker E: Enough because we've talked about it before. Speaker A: You'll never, ever, ever be good enough. Speaker D: And I'll tell you for why. Speaker E: Tell you for why in a minute. Speaker A: Now, this may resonate with you, and it may not. Speaker D: I don't know a lot of people. Speaker A: When they have the belief that I'm. Speaker D: Not good enough, and there's an awful lot of us around because that seems to be a belief that generalizes from another belief. And we'll go through that nearer the end of the podcast, give you a. I'll give you an example of a. Speaker E: Client of mine and my son. Speaker D: But anyway, this is the thing that. Speaker A: Might resonate, because. Speaker D: I speak to clients. Speaker A: And the clients say, oh, I have this belief I'm not good enough. Speaker D: And I would sometimes just say, well, do you have to be perfect? By the way, are you a perfectionist? And the most, the most of them. Speaker E: Will say, yeah, I do, I have to be perfect. Speaker D: Everything I do. And see, when someone tells me that. Speaker A: And they have the belief of I'm. Speaker E: Not good enough, I can see there's. Speaker A: A wonderful thing your unconscious mind is. Speaker B: Doing. Speaker E: In its attempt to protect you from the pain of not being good. Speaker A: Enough, which is a conflict already, isn't it? Speaker D: I'm going to protect you from the pain of, literally, in going into an event or doing something in any context, protect you from that feeling of not. Speaker A: Being good enough by giving you the. Speaker D: Belief you're not bloody good enough. That's a conflict in itself, because the. Speaker A: Two things are, and the feeling that you have with that, that feeling that I'm not good enough. Not only the belief, but I get that feeling. And, because of that, and this. Speaker D: Is where the kicker comes in. Speaker E: Because of that, you have to be your best. Speaker A: And it's not only your best, you. Speaker D: Have to be better than everyone else, don't you? Speaker A: Which is that thing of, I have to be perfect. Everything has to be perfect, or. Speaker B: I don't do it. Speaker E: I hide. Speaker A: Because if I hide, I'm still protecting you. If I'm your best friend, I'm, your unconscious mind. If I can pull you away from. Speaker D: That so you don't do it. Speaker A: Well, you won't get that feeling of I'm not good enough. But guess what? Speaker E: You bloody feel not good enough when. Speaker D: You'Re hiding from it, because deep inside. Speaker A: You can't Fudge yourself. You know, it doesn't feel good. Speaker D: It's the same bloody feeling, isn't it? Speaker A: Same bloody feeling of not feeling good enough when you're not doing it. And, when you're trying to be a perfectionist, which, by the way. Speaker D: You never will be. It's so bloody tiring, isn't it? Speaker E: Putting so much effort into making sure that you're good enough. But the thing is, you never will be. You never will be good enough because. Speaker D: You can't be perfect. And, one of my metal views. Matt: Trying to be your best is where the pleasure comes from Speaker A: On this little note, I said, there's. Speaker E: A pain of being your best or. Speaker A: Trying to be your best. Speaker D: But there's also the pleasure of being. Speaker A: Your best when you know that you've. Speaker D: Done your best, and that's the difference. Speaker A: So does that mean. Speaker D: Does that mean if I've got this. Speaker A: Belief, if I'm not good enough, which. Speaker D: Means something below that is going on, but also have this pain of being. Speaker A: A perfectionist and, know, every time I look at the bloody thing I've done, I know it's not perfect. So that only bloody reinforces I'm not. Speaker E: Good enough, doesn't it? Because you've done your best, but you. Speaker A: Know yourself, you haven't been perfect, so. Speaker E: You'Re not good enough. Speaker D: So are you doomed? Speaker A: Are you doomed forever? Speaker D: Are you doomed for failing? Speaker B: No. Speaker E: You see, the effect of failing can. Speaker D: Be sort of good if you view it in the right way. Speaker A: Because what does striving do? I'm striving to be my best, which means I have an intention to be my best, which means I've got the confidence in trying. I don't like the word driving, but striving, I love striving. Striving to be my best. And when I do that, I will be the best version of me at. Speaker D: This moment in time. Speaker A: Maybe that thing I was trying to. Speaker D: Do is a little elusive. Speaker A: Maybe I haven't quite got all the. Speaker E: Skills, but by being my best, I. Speaker A: Can learn from that. Speaker D: So that's not failing. Speaker A: NLP presuppositions, useful assumptions. Speaker D: There is no such thing as failure. There's only feedback. Speaker E: And when we use failure as a. Speaker D: Feedback mechanism, we learn. And the next time we go a little bit better. Speaker A: And, we could stretch and strive a little bit more because we're always. Speaker E: Being our best and that's where the pleasure comes from. Speaker A: So maybe I didn't quite get that, but I'm really so proud of myself. Speaker D: Because I did my best. And, that really gets results, doesn't it? Because sometimes when you strive to be your best, you can achieve more than you thought. Still not perfect. Speaker A: Because if it was perfect, by the. Speaker D: Way, it'd be bloody boring. Really would be boring. Wouldn't it be so boring? Oh, everything I do is so good. Speaker A: No reason to be any better. Of course, there is personal development unplugged. Speaker D: It's all about getting that raw sense. Speaker A: Of, I can do a little bit more each day, a little bit more. Speaker E: Each time I do something, and it will be good enough. Speaker A: Don't know why I did that. Speaker E: Good enough for those who couldn't see it. Speaker A: I did inverted commas in with that funny hand signal. Speaker B: Yeah. Speaker E: Because you can be proud of who. Speaker D: You, are and what you did. Speaker A: Knowing you can be proud of yourself. You're going to get better in the future. Speaker E: And, that, to me, feels so good, you're recognizing that, in fact, that was good enough. Speaker A: Because if you've done your best, you can't do anymore. Speaker D: And if you've done your best, that's good enough, isn't it? Speaker A: That's not, oh, that's good enough. Speaker E: No, that's good enough. Speaker D: There's enough good in that because I can't do any better. I worked, as a coach for this, this lady. She was top, top, top notch in her job. Speaker E: And she was still struggling with I'm not good enough. Speaker A: Even though she'd excelled in every time she went to school, every certificate she took, she took all exams, medical exams. She did this and this, that, and she was top. But she still didn't feel good enough because her unconscious mind wouldn't let her feel good enough because it wasn't perfect. Because she had to be perfect. Because you know why? Below that belief of I'm not good enough was I'm stupid. And her unconscious mind didn't like that. Speaker D: Feeling of being stupid in front of people. So it said to her, of. Speaker A: A sort, by those behaviors and feelings it gave her, no, you're going to. Speaker D: Have to be the better, Matt. Speaker A: WE're going to have to strive to be perfect. Because if we're perfect, no one can call us stupid. Speaker D: And I just said to her, well. Speaker E: What would happen if that belief and. Speaker D: That feeling was to disappear? And she well, that'd be marvelous. Speaker A: That'd be absolutely awesome. Speaker E: But I said, if that disappeared, though. Speaker D: And in its place, you used all. Speaker E: That bloody energy to access what you know and just do your best. Speaker D: How. Son achieved 80% when he lived with me, dad says Speaker A: Would you have done? And she said, when I think about. Speaker D: It, I'd have done everything I've done. Speaker E: Already and be proud of myself because I should be. Speaker A: I should be proud of what I've done. Speaker D: And I wasn't, and now I am. Speaker A: Everything changed. Speaker D: That was just that little reframe. And her unconscious mind goes, M. Yeah, I, get it now. Alternative. All the energy, like when we're in. Speaker A: The flow, when we're doing the stuff that we love. Speaker D: Because she loved doing this stuff. Speaker E: When she's in the flow, it was. Speaker A: If time stood still, she just did the best. Speaker D: And she had that pleasure of being. Speaker E: Her best, and so can you. Speaker D: And the thing is, sometimes it's just recognizing that conflict. And you recognize, well, things will not be perfect, my son. I won't tell you which one. I've got three. They'll know. He had to be perfect. He did so much trying to be so into everything he did, whether it was health, whether it was work, everything had to be perfect. Speaker A: And he would, come back. Speaker D: He said, live with me. Speaker A: And when he lived with me, he'd come back. Speaker D: God, dad, it was a terrible day. Speaker B: What's the matter? Speaker E: Well, everything was going so well. Speaker A: I did this, this and this and. Speaker D: This, he said, and then I ruined my diet because I ate a little. Speaker A: Bit of a hamburger. Speaker D: Not a lot, just a little bit. Speaker A: And, ah, that ruined everything. Speaker E: Like a. Whoa. Speaker D: What about all that other stuff you said? Yeah, that doesn't count, though. And then over the years, because. Speaker A: Initially I just said, well, if that was 100%, what would happen if you. Speaker D: Tried to only achieve 90%? Now, most people find it difficult to achieve 90% unless they put their mind to it. Sometimes we just drift down a little bit. Speaker A: HE said, well, I suppose I could do 90%. Speaker E: And I knew he was going to. Speaker A: Achieve that because he would come back and go, 93% today, Dad. I, smashed it. Speaker D: I had a little blip, but I smashed it. He did the same day, it was. Speaker E: Exactly the same type of day, and. Speaker D: It was chalk and cheese. Speaker A: One where he stayed motivated, one where. Speaker D: He was demotivated, he didn't want to do it anymore. Speaker A: And he since changed it again. Speaker D: He's now gone on to an, 80% because he feels when he's doing. Speaker A: 80%, he can allow for the fudges. Speaker E: Now and again, but he always knows. Speaker D: That 80% will keep him at that level. Speaker E: And then he can spur, he can. Speaker A: Do a little bit more, but he'll always be there. And because he aims at 80%, I. Speaker D: Guarantee you he's always in 85 to. Speaker E: 90 because he doesn't rest, at. Speaker B: 80. Speaker D: It'S this or something better, but. Speaker A: I'm going to do just a little. Speaker D: Bit more than 80. Speaker E: And then he's always doing it. Speaker A: And more importantly, I think he's enjoying. Speaker E: It because he's using all these skills. Speaker A: And see what happens is, and this. Speaker D: Is the trick that he understands now but didn't. Then one day you get your 80%. Speaker A: And you might think, ah, that's not so good. Speaker D: But that, 80% filled out his. Speaker A: Experience because there was no pressure on him. So he was learning and enjoying things. And when you enjoy things with a positive emotion, you learn better, you do better, and you've got more energy. Speaker E: So a week later, when he was. Speaker A: Going for his 80%, well, that 80%. Speaker D: Was actually not the same 80% as in the past. It was a bigger, 80%. Speaker A: If you can get bigger 80% compared to the other 80%, it was 85%. Speaker D: But it still was 80 for him. So he's still getting that, but he's still improving every day, stretching and enjoying. Speaker A: It, having the pleasure of being his best. Paul Cluff talks about consciously and unconsciously recognizing conflict Speaker A: So sometimes we've talked before how we can simply, consciously and unconsciously recognize a. Speaker B: Conflict. Speaker D: When we say to ourselves, well, just recognize, okay, I've got this feeling. I've got this belief of I'm not. Speaker E: Good enough, okay, I'm not going to. Speaker D: Do anything about it, not yet. But I just want to ask myself a question. Speaker A: And when I ask myself a question. Speaker D: You'Re asking your unconscious mind. I wonder, what are the better ways? What better ways could I use, employ, could I believe? What better beliefs could I have? Speaker A: What better emotions could I have? What better skills could I employ? Speaker D: The ones I've got that I'm not using? And what better behaviors, what, physiology. Speaker A: Would be better if I acted as. Speaker D: If all that stuff. What would happen if I used that and let go of that, either overwhelm that anxiety? I wonder if I could do that. What results would I get? Would it be better? Speaker C: And you can see by just thinking. Speaker A: About that, you know it's going to be better. But just to reinforce that, you go. Speaker D: Well, let's remember a few times in the past, and it doesn't matter what context, by the way, don't it be. Speaker A: The same context of the issue you're thinking about? Speaker D: What counterexamples in my Life can I find? Speaker A: And a counterexample is a time in. Speaker D: The past when you were, enjoying life. Speaker A: You were being your best, and you. Speaker E: Were maybe just in the flow and. Speaker D: You were getting it. And if you can write them down. Speaker A: Always write these buggers down. Write them down. You can come back to them. But when you write them down, you. Speaker D: Got to look at that bloody Memory. You got to form the Words in your head. Speaker A: You got to write those Words that are in your head on that paper. Look at them again. Do they match the Words that you Were Thinking? And do those words match the picture you just made? Speaker D: And when you've got all of that, you Just, relived It In Every. Speaker A: Modality you See, because you get that feeling again. And as you get that feeling of. Speaker D: That, when you're just in the flow. Speaker E: Doing with just, like that, carefree. Speaker A: Attitude, not careless or anything like that. Speaker E: But you just, I do care, but. Speaker D: I'm just doing it. What belief did you have about yourself? Speaker A: I Bet It's Got something like, I. Speaker D: Can Do This, I've got This, we're okay. And you say to your Unconscious mind, you did that with me. Which one is better than the Old way of thinking? I'm not good enough with that fear. Speaker E: The anxiety, the overwHelm, or that One. Speaker A: And if you do two, three or four of those counterexamples, it's going to. Speaker E: Like, tip the balance, it's going to. Speaker A: Flood over the old way and your unconscious mind is going to go, oh. Speaker E: Bloody L. Let's give it a go. Speaker A: And I think you'll find just naturally. Speaker D: Things will change. Speaker A: Naturally, your unconscious mind will start to do different things. And the thing is, if you go to hashtag three, I think it's 330. Speaker D: I talked about a new positive mindset, so you might, might want that in there as well, just to give you that oomph. and with that, if you go to my, free hypnosis, the tracks. Speaker A: There, you look for hashtag three three 0.1, which will be the new positive mindset. And you go through hypnosis. Speaker E: So listen to that and do that and you'll find. Speaker A: And that makes a difference. Speaker D: How do you get those free hypnosis? Well, if you've been here before, you. Speaker A: Know, but I'll repeat it for someone. Speaker D: Who'S new, it's paulcluffonline.com podcast sign up. You get 60 free NLP and hypnosis, free tracks. Speaker E: They're all free. Speaker A: Complimentary is a better way to put it. Speaker D: Putting it. Speaker B: Speak English, Fluffy. Speaker E: And you go there, get the track, have a listen. Speaker A: Now, if these things are too big, by the way, if you think this. Speaker D: Thing is really giving me, I've done this because this will help whatever happens. Speaker A: But if you find this is an issue that's a little bit, just a little bit too overwhelming for you, you need a hand? Speaker D: Because sometimes we do, which is why I do therapy. Speaker A: Go and see a therapist. Speaker D: Do one to one, in my view. Speaker A: You get a great hypnosis or hypnotist. Speaker D: You get Master Prak, NLP master Prak, timeline therapy. Speaker A: You get someone who can get all. Speaker D: Those three skills, man. Speaker A: You're going to get done and seen. Speaker D: And sorted really, really quickly. Two, three sessions, boom. Paul Unplug: Get unconsciously to the root cause of problems Speaker D: And you can just eliminate it because. Speaker A: You go to the root cause, because if it's something, sometimes it's just a. Speaker D: Reframe, like I did with that lady. Or maybe I've worked with other people. Speaker A: Who just need to go a little bit more and get unconsciously to the root cause. So your, unconscious mind can learn. Speaker D: At the unconscious level and then make. Speaker A: Those changes, because it's the learnings which allow you to be free. So learnings will mean you don't need the emotions, because that emotion is just the trigger. Speaker D: Well, once we've learned it, we don't need that trigger anymore, and then we. Speaker A: Can access the new stuff, and a therapist will take you all through that. And, you know, I think if you look at one of my earlier podcasts and it's way, way, earlier, what to expect from a therapist, I think it's called. Speaker D: That gives you an idea. I've also got one or two other. Speaker A: Ones, which is about my love of NLP and hypnosis. Speaker C: You can hunt through those in the. Speaker E: Back catalog, but please do that, have. Speaker A: A think, get those, whatever you do. Speaker D: Get those counterexamples going, because it's so bloody doable. It really is. Speaker E: Because there's always a better way, an. Speaker D: Easier way, and just because it's. Well, let's call it a more simple way. Speaker A: Because sometimes it's easy and simple. Speaker D: But you put. I say that again, you have to put effort in. It's not about just knowing. Speaker A: It's the action you take on the. Speaker D: Information that you know, doing what you. Speaker A: Know, and knowing what you do, mastery. Speaker D: And then you will have the pleasure. Speaker A: Of, being your best and then. Speaker D: Knowing that you'll be a little bit better every day. Speaker A: Because, as we say, whatever you think. Speaker E: You are, you're actually more than that. Speaker D: All you have to do is find it. Speaker A: I hope I sort of made sense there. Speaker D: I just want you to be your. Speaker A: Best, be the best version of yourselves. So if you have, please share this with people. Just give them an idea. Because as you share it with people, you'll realize how much you, took in and. Or maybe there's bits that you miss or you have to come back. Maybe you've made some notes on this so you can just go through those to refresh your memory, to start doing those counterexamples to thinking of new ways. And with all the other back catalogs, there's things you can imagine how you want to be and things like that. It'll be great for you. So please do share. And if you share the podcast with people, that would be super awesome, too. 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Lots of things there. But if you just go to the website personaldevelopmentunplug, um.com, there's a contact and all that stuff, you can do it any way you like. Paul Clough: It's time to fly on your own Speaker D: Okay? Speaker A: Have more fun than you can stand, because it's time to fly. Bye bye now. See you later. Speaker B: Warren. You are now leaving the unclothed mine, Paul Clough. It's time to fly on your own. Be brave, my friend. Speaker D: Personal development unplugged.
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Our guests are health equity practitioners Christin Zollicoffer and Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason, who discuss programs and initiatives that are making headway in dismantling structural racism with episode host Claudia Zamora. Together they explore a number of different examples and critical success factors that contribute to success, and mention some common mistakes that organizations may make when establishing initiatives. This is the fourth and final episode in our mini-series focused on systemic bias and systemic racism, and we end with constructive forward steps and an optimistic outlook. Christin Zollicoffer is Chief Belonging and Equity Officer at Lifespan Health System. Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason is the inaugural Medical Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the American College of Surgeons. Claudia Zamora is a consultant who serves on the Board of Directors for the National Hispanic Medical Association and the Board of Directors for Movement is Life. 0:01 Excepts | 2:30 Introductions |5:30 Dr. Simpson Mason shares solution examples | 6:30 Different levels of experiencing oppression | 7:20 Increasing access via Nth Dimensions pathway programs | 9:30 Equity Matters ACGME | 10:45 Medical specialty societies education & communication | 11:45 Christin Zollicoffer shares solution examples | 12:15 Four levels of racism: internalized, interpersonal, institutional, structural | 12:15 Baking in DEI for patients & employees | 15:00 Employee resource groups role | 15:30 Workforce education and skills building | 16:30 Integration of equity practices | 20:15 Community based program Operation Change | 24:00 Importance of trauma informed lens | 29:00 Equity as the 6th domain of care (IOM) | 31:30 Addressing data collection to support equity | 34:00 Claudia Zamora shares examples including NHMA programs | 37:30 Critical success factors for programs e.g. change management & working with the “moveable middle” | 40:10 Definition of equity | 42:15 Common mistakes e.g. tokenism & placing DEI under HR | 46:00 Speaking the language of health equity | 49:00 Are things changing? © Movement is Life 2023
Today I welcome back Sarah Baldwin for the third time - Sarah's last two podcasts have the most downloads out of any of my episodes! Sarah is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and expert in the field of trauma resolution. She's a member of the world-renowned Polyvagal Theory training team and has trained clinicians around the world in nervous system interventions. In this episode, Sarah explains how we can use our nervous systems to rewire our past experiences to create secure attachment, deepen intimacy, and ultimately have better relationships. She brings light to the core needs resulting from our childhood experiences that drive our adult behaviors, and how understanding the connection can help us identify the root causes of ruptures in our relationships. She also guides us through somatic regulation techniques to foster more genuine connections, gently expand our comfort zones, and finally heal the traumas of our past so we can be the best version of ourselves today. Nervous system regulation is some of the most important work we can do, so dive right in to learn more! — Sarah's Instagram @sarahbcoaching: https://www.instagram.com/sarahbcoaching —Sarah's Website: sarahbaldwincoaching.com —Sarah's Amazing Course - You Make Sense: https://programs.sarahbaldwincoaching.com/you-make-sense Themes: Somatic Therapy, Nervous System, Regulation, Self-Healing, Trauma, Attachment Theory, Relational Dynamics, Relationships, Belonging, Societal Pressures, Childhood Trauma, Overcoming Fear, Healing Our Past, Parenting Chapters: 0:00:00 Intro 0:08:34 The Importance of Feeling Safe in Our Nervous System 0:13:02 Unconscious attraction resulting from childhood experiences 0:14:00 Disconfirming Experiences 0:18:42 Internal Co-regulation: Changing Autonomic Tones for Self-Healing 0:21:41 How to help others regulate without becoming dysregulated 0:27:33 Meeting our own needs and creating internal secure attachment 0:31:01 Nervous System Responses in Relational Dynamics 0:38:35 Avoidant attachment and the human need for connection 0:42:12 The struggle of avoidance and the desire for connection 0:45:18 Building capacity for good things in life and overcoming overwhelm 0:48:25 Shifting from posturing to desiring genuine connection 0:52:08 Taking tolerable steps towards connection and expanding comfort zone 0:56:08 The Power of Relationships in Motivating Change 1:00:47 The Nervous System and the Impact of Media and Propaganda 1:05:10 The Impact of Nervous System Healing on Relationships 1:08:37 Nervous System Regulation in Every System for a Better World This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp! Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/GROVES Drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsor product support, questions, comments, guest suggestions, or just to say hello! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Meet Dena. She's a staunch advocate for more diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our lives. Her advocacy work began at just 16 years old when she was a volunteer for a Black and Brown LGBTQ youth HIV outreach program in the inner cities of Connecticut. Her career has included leading employee resource groups for corporations and nonprofits, becoming the first Black CEO and board chair of the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and now, she continues to shape the DEI landscape through her consultancy. Tune in, and uncover ways to create inclusive communities where everyone can express their truth.
Welcome to another episode of the CCS podcast! In today's episode, we dive into the challenges faced by entrepreneurs with our special guest, Kenneth Berger. Host Karen Rands engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Kenneth as they discuss the struggles, conflicts, and triumphs experienced along the journey to building successful startups. From biases in communication within diverse teams to the difficulties of delegating tasks, Karen and Kenneth shed light on the crucial aspects of entrepreneurship. They also explore the role of executive coaching in uncovering unconscious biases and beliefs that affect interactions and decision-making. Join us as we unravel the complexities of the entrepreneurial world and discover valuable insights from our esteemed guest. Key Topic 1: Challenges faced by startup leaders and navigating personal and company growth - Struggles with baggage (emotional, experiential, developmental) and being open to mentorship - Conflict resolution and toxic relationships in the entrepreneurial journey - Dealing with persistent problems, interpersonal conflict, and burnout Key Topic 2: Challenges in delegating tasks and scaling oneself in startups - Founder's struggle in delegating tasks, even win it is necessary for growth of the company - Is the challenge in delegating tasks related to lack of planning or personality traits? - Emotional process of giving up control in the business - Common archetypes of challenges in delegation - passive aggression the trojan horse - Working within other people's boundaries and limitations to achieve mutual goals Key Topic 3: Effective communication, unpacking underlying issues, and achieving collaboration - Clear expectations and communication for team productivity - Overcoming internal barriers for effective communication and goal accomplishment Key Topic 4: Challenges of innate biases in communication within diverse teams - Impact of biases on communication and effectiveness in the workplace - Biases related to appearance, accents, and assumptions about productivity - Addressing biases that may not be explicitly expressed or even realized by person in authority - Role of coaches in helping clients uncover unconscious biases - Biases related to education, insecurity, and the need to prove oneself Kenneth Berger is a seasoned entrepreneur who has experienced both the highs and lows of the startup journey. After working at Adobe for several years, he realized that he craved a more exciting and impactful career. With a friend from grad school, he co-founded a startup and experienced the rush of building a business from scratch. Later on, he joined Slack in its early stages, witnessing the company's rapid growth and success. However, along with the triumphs, Kenneth also faced heartbreak and conflict. His co-founder and longtime friend parted ways, and he found himself in disagreements with the CEO of Slack. Despite the challenges, Kenneth remained determined to leave his mark on the tech industry and make a lasting impact. Visit http://kberger.com to learn more. Also, as mentioned in the podcast, the link to Karen's "Thumbprint no the World" https://bit.ly/KCHthumb Find points of interest: 00:01:09 Early investors crucial, need mental stamina. Feedback vital. 00:06:47 Transition from big company to startup challenges. 00:08:21 Startup founders face dilemma of scaling themselves. 00:12:31 Customized coaching helps individuals navigate distinct challenges. 00:16:47 Passive aggressiveness can be detrimental in workplaces. 00:19:21 Passive aggression often stems from unarticulated needs. 00:26:30 Valid feelings, adapt and overcome entrepreneurial challenges. 00:29:34 Entitlement and confidence affect asking for things. 00:30:45 Share personal experience, open to feedback, humble. 00:36:44 Unconscious beliefs influence behavior, often without realization. 00:37:47 Navigating startup challenges, seeking safety and growth. 00:42:12 Kenneth thanks audience and promotes website. >>>>>> Imagine the feeling of investing in a way that had massive impact and a potential pay you back 10x your money. The time is now to find out if Angel Investing / CrowdFunding Investing is the wealth creation strategy for you. Take action on Karen's offer to learn how to invest with confidence in entrepreneurs and sign up (FREE FOR NOW) the new Compassionate Capitalist Wealth Maximizing System. http://dothedeal.org >>>>>> Karen Rands is the leader of the Compassionate Capitalist Movement™ and author of the best selling investment primer: Inside Secrets to Angel Investing: Step-by-Step Strategies to Leverage Private Equity Investment for Passive Wealth Creation. She is an authority on creating wealth through investing and building successful businesses that can scale and exit rich. Karen is an enthusiastic speaker on these topics for corporations, economic development groups, angel investor networks, and professional business networks. About Karen https://www.karenrands.co/about-karen-rands/ Visit http://Kugarand.com and learn more about the Compassionate Capitalist Wealth Maximizer System™. 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Welcome to another episode of The Relationship Maze! In today's exploration, we delve into the concept of interoception and its impact on our lives. Hosted by Tom and Angela, this episode explores our experiences of the world through our internal (biological) sensations and how these can affect us profoundly psychologically, often without conscious awareness. We perceive signals from our bodies that tell us something about our feeling states, our moods, our dispositions or our levels of stress. Interoception refers to our brain's perception of our bodily state: our ability to sense and interpret what is happening internally, including our hunger levels, emotions, and bodily sensations. Why does interoception matter? Studies have shown that sensitivity to interoceptive signals in our body can determine our capacity to regulate our emotions. If we can regulate emotions better, we struggle less with mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.Join us as we discuss the importance of improving our interoception and how higher levels of awareness can contribute to more balance in our life and ultimately to creating more fulfilling relationships. Plus, be sure to visit our website, therelationshipmaze.com, where you will find an abundance of free resources and our online course, The Relationship Maze. Take our free argument style quiz and discover your unique approach to conflict in relationships. So, sit back, listen, and press that subscribe button to embark on another journey into the intricacies of human relationships. Let's get started![00:00:02] The importance of understanding interoception's impact.[00:05:15] Interoception: distorted awareness, usefulness, and problems.[00:09:46] Distinguishing thoughts and bodily sensations is important.[00:11:57] Interoception aids in understanding internal experiences.[00:13:52] Reacting to threats, triggers from past conditioning.[00:17:12] Awareness of sensations helps step back from emotion.[00:21:01] Unconscious tension builds throughout the day, but noticing can release it.[00:23:22] Stress management courses show mind-body connection.Smells Like HumansLike listening to funny friends discuss curious human behavior.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
For the third installment of our mini-series exploring systemic bias and racism in healthcare, our panel of experts discuss various examples which illustrate how systemic racism is embedded in systems of healthcare and social determinants of health. These include measurements such as eGFR, BMI, and metabolic panels, scoring for post-operative risk; lack of diversity in dermatology textbooks; and how subjective information that is potentially deleterious to patients may be captured in EMR systems such as EPIC. Episode host Christin Zollicoffer (she/her pronouns) serves as Chief Belonging and Equity Officer with Lifespan Health System, an academic medical center affiliated with Brown University and Warren Alpert Medical School. Dr. Carla Harwell is a nationally recognized leader in health care disparities education and medical issues affecting minorities. She is Medical Director, University Hospitals Otis Moss Jr. Health Center, and Associate Professor of Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine. Dr. Daniel Wiznia is Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Yale University School of Medicine. He is the co-director of Yale's master's program in Personalized Medicine & Applied Engineering. © Movement is Life 2023
In this episode of 1Dime Radio, Tony (aka 1Dime) is joined by the autodidact psychoanalysis wizard Andrew Flores to discuss how certain assumptions of modern therapy, pop psychology, and mainstream psychology differ from Psychoanalysis, particularly Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalytic theory and practice. My guest, Andrew Flores (also known as “The Big Sig”, and part of the Young Žižekians collective called “The Vanishing Mediators”), has an essay titled “Therapism, Psychoanalysis, and Ideology” featured in the new book Underground Theory Vol 1 (featuring Slavoj Zizek, Alenka Zupancic, and a bunch of nobodies, like myself! In his article, Andrew argues that much modern therapy functions as “ideology” for contemporary capitalism, and he critiques popular psychology figures such as Jordan Peterson, Gabor Mate, and Phil Stutz, Jonah Hill's therapist, popularized in Jonah Hill's latest Netflix documentary titled "Stutz" , which is about the life and psycho-therapeutic techniques of Jonah Hill's therapist, Phil Stutz. In his talk with Theory Underground, Andrew has an illuminating critique of Phil Stutz as the embodiment of popular therapy today from a Lacanian psychoanalytic perspective. In this episode, Andrew and I discuss the limitations and misconceptions associated with contemporary therapy practices, also known as “therapism”, while contrasting it against the intricate theories of psychoanalytic therapy developed by Sigmund Freud and further elaborated upon by Jacques Lacan. He delves into the societal manifestation of therapism, critiquing figures in pop psychology, and key concepts of psychoanalysis such as the death drive, trauma and the role of sexual repression in personal problems. Andrew talks about the pervasive issues of the overly simplistic approach of many psychological therapies currently championed in the mainstream and emphasizes the significance of the unconscious, language and desire in psychoanalysis. Timestamps 00:00 Introduction and Guest Presentation 01:27 Modern Therapy and Pop Psychology 06:30 Psychoanalysis and its Importance 08:41 The Death Drive 11:42 Psychoanalysis vs Mainstream Psychology 17:30 Modern Therapy Culture 24:20 Critique of Popular Psychology Figures 29:15 The Unconscious 34:43 The Importance of Language in Psychoanalysis 39:06 The Real in Lacanian Psychoanalysis 44:31 The Ego, Ideal Ego, Ego Ideal 48:48 Desire vs Drive 54:41 Trauma in Modern Therapy 01:05:30 The Symbolic Order 01:09:59 Lack 01:15:23 “Repression” in Psychoanalysis 01:19:38 The Death Drive 01:25:37 Identification with the Symptom 01:30:26 “Law” and Prohibition 01:40:37 Conclusion and Final Thoughts Be sure to give 1Dime Radio a 5-star rating if you got value out of this! If you want to help support the show and my work, you can become a Patron at patreon.com/OneDime (you get extra content in return).
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Would you like to be more in control of your thoughts and your life? Would you like to feel happier and healthier and know you are on a path of healing? Lisa continues the conversation today with chiropractor and holistic physician Dr. Darren Weissman. Dr Darren believes that if we can have rapport with our subconscious mind, we can drive it, rather than being driven by it. We can create “mind-medicine” through our thoughts. We can go beyond everyday perception. He explains how the brain and the body don't know the difference between memory, reality, or imagination. So, if you imagine yourself living the life of your dreams, you can begin to shift your reality. This opens a doorway, a portal, that allows us to trigger the reactive mind where it no longer reacts. We change the pattern. Dr. Darren is the creator of The Lifeline Technique, which incorporates 16 various modalities of healing including Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, applied kinesiology, and so much more. Through his profound understanding of various methods, he deeply explains the language and the steps of healing. It's a way to interpret the subconscious mind. Ultimately, we are all asked to take responsibility for our healing. He suggests we rest, eat well, drink water, exercise, and be responsible for doing these healthy acts. He explains how the body innately has the capacity to heal itself. The subconscious mind is energy. Thoughts are energy. The conscious mind is the active mind. The subconscious is the re-active mind. It is a “copy” and its role is to protect in the present moment. When it gets triggered, the subconscious mind is activated. Emotions play a key role. Dr. Darren further explains his work with Dr. Masaru Emoto and the influence of emotions over water, and therefore our health. Dr Darren talks about the Philosophy of The Lifeline Technique and shares how “every problem is a portal to the next greatest version of yourself!” Dormant greatness lies within us all. Through healing, we have an opportunity to awaken. Our very nature is one of healing. Your choice is how to react and respond. He reminds us that we all have the ability to respond with Infinite Love and Gratitude. We can change the patterns which trigger us. Acceptance, forgiveness, and compassion can begin to happen. We can remember the love which we are here to be. With best-selling books such as “The Power of Infinite Love & Gratitude,” “Awakening to the Secret Code of Your Mind,” “The Heart of the Matter,” and his children's book, “The Daily Lessons of Infinite Love & Gratitude,” Dr. Darren's insightful writings have touched the lives of many seeking personal growth and healing. His contributions can also be found in Dr. Masaru Emoto's best-selling book, “The Healing Power of Water.” In addition to his written works, Dr. Darren has appeared in films such as "E-Motion," "Making Mankind," "Beyond Belief," and the award-winning documentary "HEAL." Through coaching, online courses, and certifications, Dr. Darren equips others with the tools and knowledge to facilitate profound shifts and lasting healing. With his expertise, guidance, and compassionate approach, he empowers individuals to embrace their true potential to awaken the dormant greatness within. This is Part 2 of the interview. Info: TheLifelineCenter.com and the Weekly Healing Circle: TheLifelineCenter.com/healing-circle
Since we tell ourselves affirmations all day, why not make them into positive affirmations that allow us to become who we want to be and attract things we want? There are two types of affirmations: conscious and unconscious. Unconscious affirmations are thoughts and beliefs that run on autopilot. Since we reinforce these statements in our minds many times, they become automatic. Often those are thoughts we don't want to have but aren't aware we have them. Conscious affirmations are positive affirmations we choose. Think of them as thoughts you choose to think that produce emotions you want to feel. In this episode, I will lead you through the process of creating positive affirmations, carefully selecting the right ones for you, and beginning to practice them. However, there is one more component that solidifies this process, and that's visualization. When we say or think our affirmations and then visualize and feel that statement, we enter the realm of a possibility that goes beyond the logical mind. Positive affirmations serve as a tool to change your subconscious thoughts and beliefs, while visualization brings up the emotional state that feels as if you are already that person or have that thing that you think about and visualize. Here is a glance at this episode… [00:52] Difference between conscious and unconscious affirmations and how we shaped who we are through positive affirmations [05:28] How to create new beliefs about yourself and the world around you by creating new thinking patterns through conscious affirmations. [08:20] How to create positive affirmations and a few things to keep in mind to make this process as powerful as you can. ]14:04] Using visualization as a way to empower your affirmations. And how it changes your emotional and energetical state to a higher frequency.
James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the way many have seemed to want to take sides in an all or nothing way when viewing and discussing the Israel and Hamas war, and how several factors in our society seem to be involved in promoting this approach (1:37). The guys also react to Robert Sapolsky's premise in his new book “Determined” that humans actually have no free will (45:29).Harvard Student Groups Face Intense Backlash for Statement Calling Israel ‘Entirely Responsible' for Hamas Attack (The Harvard Crimson)‘Stunned and sickened.' Wexner Foundation cuts ties with Harvard over ‘tiptoeing' on Hamas (CNN)The Anguished Fallout from a Pro-Palestinian Letter at Harvard (The New Yorker)Top law firm rescinds job offers to Ivy League students over Israel letters (NBC News)York University threatens to revoke student unions' status over Israel-Hamas statements (CTV News Toronto)Disinformation surge threatens to fuel Israel-Hamas conflict (Reuters)The Israel-Hamas War Is Drowning X in Disinformation (Wired)What happens when a group of Fox News viewers watch CNN for a month? (The Guardian)Stanford scientist, after decades of study, concludes: We don't have free will (LA Times)
In this episode of the "Relationships Make Money" podcast, host Roberto Candelaria chats with TaVona Denise, a skilled coach and business strategist. Discover how TaVona switched from being a physical therapist to a life coach and trauma-informed business consultant, eventually building a successful coaching business and living in Mexico. TaVona explains the difference between having an impact and being a popular influencer in the coaching field. Roberto and TaVona discuss the importance of building a community, considering your abilities, and creating coaching offers that work. Listen for helpful coaching journey tips from TaVona Denise. Don't forget to subscribe to "Relationships Make Money" for more informative discussions. Resources: http://robertocandelaria.com/ Connect on IG @robertocandelaria Join the Profitable Community Academy: https://profitablecommunityacademy.com/join/
SHOW NOTES In this week's Mind ReMapping Moment, I am joined by Tanielle Brew, a remarkable transformational coach, about the power of timeline therapy techniques and the profound impact of combining various holistic approaches to empower individuals to heal, release negative emotions, and overcome limiting beliefs. One of the central themes we explored is the transformative potential of timeline therapy techniques. Tanielle described how these techniques guide individuals on a journey to release old wounds and limiting beliefs that have been holding them back. The beauty of these techniques is that they facilitate the peeling back of layers of unconscious conditioning, enabling people to reveal their true selves and take charge of their lives. We discussed how this process can be incredibly liberating, offering newfound insights and opportunities for personal growth. Reconnecting with our bodies emerged as a critical component of this conversation. Tanielle emphasized the importance of understanding where we store emotions within ourselves. As high-performing individuals, we often find ourselves suppressing our true feelings, putting on a facade, and further distancing ourselves from our bodies. This disconnection can manifest as physical and emotional turmoil, and Tanielle's work seeks to bridge the gap and restore a harmonious relationship between our mind and body. Moreover, Tanielle's mission is to help people listen to their body's signals and reestablish trust in themselves. We reflected on the universality of the symptoms experienced by high-performing professional women of color across diverse industries. Tanielle's approach encourages individuals to navigate through their struggles, recognize their shared experiences, and heal forward. Discovering empowering beliefs was another crucial theme. Tanielle shared an inspiring anecdote about a client who unearthed the belief, "I was made for this." We discussed how these empowering beliefs are often concealed beneath layers of self-doubt and negativity, waiting to be discovered. In conclusion, Tanielle Brew's innovative approach combines body work, NLP, hypnosis, timeline therapy techniques, mindfulness, and yoga to empower individuals to heal, reconnect with their bodies, and release old wounds. Her unwavering support and guidance enable clients to discover their authentic selves and uncover empowering beliefs that can reshape their lives. ------------------------------------------------- Connect with Tanielle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrewWellnessCollective/ Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/taniellebrew Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brewwellnesscollective/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/@brewwellnesscollective Website: http://www.brewwellnesscollective.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow Dr. Maiysha on www.facebook.com/DrMaiysha www.instagram.com/DrMaiysha www.twitter.com/DrMaiysha www.YouTube.com/DrMaiysha Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne Check out my TEDxtalk https://youtu.be/iOboT5uRhXU Ready for the next level in your life? Join the Movement! Become a part of the Mind ReMapping Nation, an exclusive community that empowers your growth & accountability. Go to www.MindReMappingNation.com Interested to learn Mind ReMapping? Have you thought about becoming a coach? You can! Attend our next Mind ReMapping LIVE Training in Atlanta, and learn the tools to remap your mind in this transformational NLP/Hypnosis and Coach Certification training. Visit www.mindremappingacademy.com or schedule an interest call at www.remapmymind.today --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/remapyourmind/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/remapyourmind/support
"I like to think of dreams as a mystery," writes Roz Chast in the introduction to her latest book. "I don't need to know exactly why they are there or what they are. The fact that they exist at all is kind of miraculous." In I Must Be Dreaming, she explores some of hers in both words and pictures and covers nightmares about produce, dreams about Fran Lebowitz roller skating and weird smells in outer space. Events: MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2023 — NEW YORK, NYTalk, Q&A, and book signing – 6:30 p.m. ETMuseum of the City of New York1220 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10029(212) 534-1672WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2023 — RIDGEFIELD, CTTalk, Q&A, and book signing –7:30 p.m. ETRidgefield Library in partnership with Books on the Common472 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT 06877(203) 438-2282 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2023 — BROOKLYN, NYTalk, Q&A, and book signing at 7:00 p.m. ETBooks Are Magic @ First Unitarian Church119 Pierrepont Street , Brooklyn, NY 11201(718) 246-2665WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2023 — NEW YORK, NY‘While You Were Sleeping” Talk and Q&A (no booksigning)– 7:00 p.m. ETSymphony Space – Selected Shorts2537 Broadway (at 95th)
In this answer to a viewer's question, "letting go" author Guy Finley shares some insights about staying present as the observer of fast and furious thoughts, as opposed to getting pulled down into their world.
For the second episode in our mini-series exploring systemic racism in healthcare, our panel explores different definitions of bias, stereotyping, systemic racism, and structural racism, and how these behaviors intersect with social determinants of health. Perspectives from both patient and professional viewpoints are addressed. The panel also discuss solutions such as bias training, cultural competency, language competency, self-reflection and mentoring. Dr. Melvyn Harrington is an orthopedic surgeon and Vice Chair for Community Engagement & Health Equity at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. Dr. Elena Rios serves as President & CEO of the National Hispanic Medical Association, (NHMA), representing 50,000 Hispanic physicians in the United States. Episode host Dr. Charla Johnson is the Director of Clinical Information Systems & Nursing Informatics, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System, in Baton Rouge. 0:20 Introductions | 1:55 How patients experience & express bias | 4:45 Harmful stereotyping | 6:40 Bias in medical record | 8:20 Bias as gatekeeper to college admissions & healthcare careers | 10:05 Systemic factors for healthcare workforce | 11:30 Bias steering students away from premed | 12:30 Importance of bias training | 14:40 Resistance towards bias training | 17:10 Differences between structural racism & systemic racism | 21:10 Role of social determinants of health (SDOH) | 24:05 Bias towards people with obesity | 26:10 Bias leading to inconsistencies and inequities | 27:50 Importance of self-reflection | 28:50 Bias causing patients to disengage | 29:30 Importance of cultural and language competency | 30:15 Role of age bias | 30:45 Bias toward minority healthcare professionals | 34:25 Do professionals & patients understand structural and systemic racism? | 37:10 How NHMA works to educate professionals & patients about bias | 41:00 Closing remarks. © Movement is Life 2023
Do you need a breakthrough in your relationship with money? Our guest on this episode of The SoulFUEL® Podcast is here to share the divine feminine principles to manifesting money. Abiola Abrams, award-winning author and intuitive self-love coach, shares with Host Wendy Collier steps you can take today to dissolve any resistance our limiting beliefs you may have about attracting more money. “If we don't heal it, we pass it on.” “Money thrives in creative energy." says Abiola You'll walk away with actionable ideas for dissolving beliefs that having more money is selfish, greedy or even worse, isn't spiritual. You will also have mantras you can use starting today to build your belief that more is possible in your life, in every way. How Abiola broke away from her money blocks Dissolving under-charging, over delivering habits Healing the belief that money isn't spiritual, feminine or creative Unconscious beliefs we get to break through The first few steps to manifest more money, the divine feminine way A unique way to look at your bills that also allows you to magnetize more abundance A different way to look at money especially if you feel it is inherently selfish or greedy What to do when you have conflicting thoughts about money – wanting more while also having hidden (or even not-so-hidden) resistance to it The direct connection between your bank account and your comfort level with receiving The divine feminine principles of money Abundance mantras you can start using today - one in particular is SO GOOD!! The link between vulnerability and receiving Masterful keys to manifesting anything About Our Host: Wendy Collier coaches and consults with ambitious, purpose-driven women, entrepreneurs, service-based professionals, coaches, trainers, teachers, creatives, consultants, healers, light workers and conscious leaders of all kinds, to live free from the inside out, through plugging into their SoulFUEL® and learning the skills required to be a wild success at growing their business. Wendy is the Founder and Creator of SoulFUEL®. She is known for helping her clients identify their unique skills and purpose while teaching them exactly how to thrive financially, through what they are meant to do. Follow Our Host: WEBSITE | PODCAST | INSTAGRAM | LINKEDIN | BLOG | CONTACT About Our Guest Grab Abiola Abrams FREE Goddess of Receiving Workbook >>> HERE
What did Jung mean by ‘The Shadow'? What did he mean by making the Unconscious conscious? What is integrating the shadow so useful for us and our relationships? In this episode we cover the fascinating topic of Carl Jung's concept of ‘The Shadow' in analytic psychology; a term that has become overused in pop psychology and seems to be understood in many different ways depending on who you talk to. To clarify the mystery, our guest today is one of the worlds most published and respected Jungian analysts, teachers, authors and commentators, Dr James Hollis. After a career teaching literature, he then retrained to become a Jungian analyst, and is still lecturing, writing books and giving psychotherapy at 83. He has written 19 books on Jungian themes, among which ‘Why good people do bad things: understanding our darker selves' which we'll touch on today. What we discuss: 00:00 Intro. 08:00 ‘The Shadow' according to Jung. 08:30 A Reluctance to face what contradictory, disturbing or challenging. 11:00 4 ways the shadow manifests: 11:10 1) Unconsciously: everyone else deals with the consequences. 11:40 2) Projected onto others: we disown what we don't accept in ourselves. 12:00 3) Being possessed by the shadow. 13:00 4) Consciously: this takes a lot of work and is a social responsibility. 13:50 Projected onto children: "The greatest burden a child must bear is the unlived life of its parents”, Jung. 16:00 “Why good people do bad things: understanding our darker selves” Hollis' book on the shadow. 18:30 Being accountable for our actions and their consequences. 19:50 Making the unconscious conscious. 23:00 Making decisions as if we were still 8 years old. 24:50 What am I expecting the other to do, that is mine to address? 26:45 Storification and oversimplified narratives, become complexes. 31:43 Changing our relationship to our complexes. 32:30 We don't solve these complexes we outgrow them. 35:50 What does your complex make you do or stop you from doing? 36:20 Meaning is the goal of life not happiness. 38:00 “The least of things with meaning, is always greater the the largest of things without meaning” Jung 39:00 An inner sense of purpose and satisfaction, and what to do if it's not there. 40:20 The role of suffering, failure, and challenges in learning and meaning. 42:30 “Relationship is finding one special person you can annoy for a very long time” Mrs. Hollis. 43:45 The trickster overthrows our expectations: life's way to force us to look in a new way. 47:00 Life is change, yet our nervous system and ego respond badly to ambiguity and the unknown. 49:30 The Ego's complex is control - understandable but life rarely collaborates. 50:30 Ageing and mortality: an example of a summons to the ego to let go and go with it. 51:00 The ego is like a wafer thin boat floating on the vast iridescent sea of the unconscious. 52:20 “The unconscious is as vast as nature, you carry the human race inside of you”, J. Hollis. 56:45 Leading a life more examined = asking where I can change, improve and grow. 01:00:00 Most of our habits are protective, but stand in the way of our growth. 01:01:15 ‘Soul Heal' Joe Enrique Pardo, a film about men being cut off forms their inner life. References: James Hollis, “Why good people do bad things: understanding our darker selves” James Hollis' 18 other books! ‘Soul Heal' film, Jose Enrique Pardo, with James Hollis, a film about healing the issues of men Bernardo Kastrup, Jung's Metaphysics CC episode Monika Wikman, Collective Unconscious CC episode Laura London's, Speaking of Jung podcast
Discover the ultimate path to restful sleep with 'Sleep Hypnosis for Harmony of the Unconscious' by renowned hypnotherapist, Adam Cox. Dive deep into a hypnotic journey where the realms of your unconscious mind synchronize, silencing the internal noise and conflict that keep you awake. Every layer of your being will find equilibrium, allowing for rejuvenating, uninterrupted sleep. Trust in Adam's expert guidance to harmonize your inner world, and wake up refreshed, balanced, and ready for a new day. Let go of the restless nights, and invite in the tranquility you deserve. FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOADS: To thank you for being a listener to the show Adam is giving you 100% FREE hypnosis downloads worth up to £200/$250 using the coupon code FREE here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/store/c15/FREE-Hypnosis There is a 50% Discount on up to 10 other downloads using the coupon code hypnotist here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/downloads.html WORKING WITH ADAM DIRECTLY: To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox If you want to work with Adam on a one-to-one basis on hypnosis sessions, wealth coaching, or mentorship you can book sessions here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html ABOUT ADAM Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. Adam's rates for hypnotherapy in pounds and US dollars are here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html You can contact Adam at email@example.com Further information on Adam is here: https://linktr.ee/AdamCoxOfficial Tags: Adam Cox, the hypnotist, NLP, asmr, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist, stress, sleep, worry, meditation, guided meditation, hypnotism, anxiety, parts therapy, motivation, focus, confident, identity,sleeping, sleeping pill, insomnia, bedtime, sleep hypnosis, hypnosis to sleep,
We are honored to be joined today by Gerd Gigerenzer. Dr. Gigerenzer is Director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy at the University of Potsdam, Faculty of Health Sciences Brandenburg and partner of Simply Rational – The Institute for Decisions. He is former Director of the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition (ABC) at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and at the Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research in Munich, Professor of Psychology at the University of Chicago and John M. Olin Distinguished Visiting Professor, School of Law at the University of Virginia. In addition, he is Member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, the German Academy of Sciences and Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. He was awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Basel and the Open University of the Netherlands, and is Batten Fellow at the Darden Business School, University of Virginia. Awards for his work include the AAAS Prize for the best article in the behavioral sciences, the Association of American Publishers Prize for the best book in the social and behavioral sciences, the German Psychology Award, and the Communicator Award of the German Research Foundation. His award-winning popular books Calculated Risks, Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious, and Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions have been translated into 21 languages. His academic books include Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart, Rationality for Mortals, Simply Rational, and Bounded Rationality (with Reinhard Selten, Nobel Laureate in economics). His most recent book, The Intelligence of Intuition, is set to be published the week we are recording this podcast! Learn more about Gerd: Connect on LinkedIn See more of his work Where to find the hosts: Brian Moon Brian's website Brian's LinkedIn Brian's Twitter Laura Militello Laura's website Laura's LinkedIn Laura's Twitter
Join Global Motivational Speaker, Jonathan Doyle, in this thought-provoking episode as he dives deep into the intriguing topic of self-sabotage. In this episode, Jonathan uncovers the hidden forces within the subconscious mind that often undermine our success and happiness. Drawing from his vast experience as a speaker, Jonathan sheds light on how unresolved internal emotional conflicts from our past can secretly shape our present.Discover the profound wisdom of renowned psychotherapist Carl Jung, who once said, "Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will run your life, and you will call it fate." Jonathan provides insight into how we can bring these unconscious conflicts to light and offers practical advice on achieving a state of silence, stillness, and solitude to embark on this crucial journey.If you're eager to overcome self-sabotage and gain a deeper understanding of the forces guiding your life, this episode is a must. Jonathan's compassionate and insightful approach will empower you to break free from hidden limitations and unlock your full potential.Subscribe now and follow Jonathan Doyle on his mission to help you transform your life and become a blessing to those around you. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the depths of your subconscious and take control of your destiny.#selfimprovement #podcast #success #selfdiscovery #motivation #selfsabotage #consciousness #mindfulness #empowerment #personalgrowth #inspiration #unconsciousmind #mentalhealth #positivity #mindset #lifecoach #innerpeace #wellness #catholicfaith #spiritualityInquire about booking Jonathan to speak:https://choicez.txfunnel.com/SPEAKINGENQUIRYBook a coaching call with me nowhttps://choicez.txfunnel.com/jdco-coachingJonathan is on Youtube here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpCYnW4yVdd93N1OTbsxgywKaren's MasterClass for Women is here:https://bit.ly/geniusmasterclasskaren
Life is an amazing adventure, here for your highest growth and evolution. Creating a perspective shift around this can help you move into a deeper relationship with life and yourself. In this episode I share about:How life is here supporting youHow to begin creating a perspective shift of life loves meA daily practice you can useBook Now:https://www.bernadettehartman.com/private-sessions/ Stay ConnectedWebsite: https://www.bernadettehartman.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/bhartman05Live Monthly Call: https://www.bernadettehartman.com/product/monthly-group-call/Purchase Essential Oils: https://www.myyl.com/bhartman111
In this episode, Molly McGrath discusses the three reasons why law firms struggle to attract and retain top talent. She emphasizes the importance of showing up attractively as a law firm. Molly also highlights the need for law firms to be willing to invest in top talent. Just as one would pay a premium for a luxury car, law firms must be prepared to offer competitive salaries and benefits to attract the best candidates. Key Takeaways Potential employees will research a law firm's online presence, including social media, website, and Google reviews, before deciding whether to pursue a job opportunity. Investing in top talent requires offering competitive salaries and benefits. Be cautious of advice from business coaches and consultants who may not understand the legal industry. Quote for the Show: "You are hiring human beings, not human doings." - Molly McGrath Links Website: https://hiringandempowering.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hiringandempowering LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hiring&empoweringsolutions/ Law Firm Admin Bootcamp: https://www.lawfirmadminbootcamp.com/ Get Fix My Boss Book: https://amzn.to/3PCeEhk Ways to Tune In: Amazon Music - https://www.amazon.com/Hiring-and-Empowering-Solutions/dp/B08JJSLJ7N Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hiring-and-empowering-solutions/id1460184599 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3oIfsDDnEDDkcumTCygHDH Google Podcast - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vMTc4MTM2L3Jzcw Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/hiring-and-empowering-solutions YouTube - https://youtu.be/NnalMRtqjWk
Dr. Sara talks to us here about being free from programs and unconscious patterns in your life. She speaks to how the experience of freedom often times begins in ourselves through detaching from limiting patterns and beliefs. We are oftentimes not aware of the unconscious patterns we are stuck in, and the first step to getting unstuck is to see them. By becoming aware of our habituated thoughts, patterns, and beliefs, we can begin to feel freer and freer and lighter and lighter. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Sara at www.drsaraspowart.com. She welcomes any and all questions, comments, and requests for support. To listen to her past shows, visit https://loaradionetwork.com/dr-sara
This is the first of a 4 episode mini-series of The Health Disparities Podcast exploring bias & systemic racism in medicine. The series aims to bring to the surface discussions, definitions, & perspectives about the problem of bias, examples of bias, structural & systemic racism, & examples of programs and policies that are tackling bias & racism. "Unconscious Bias, Yes it is Real" is a useful short guide to understanding unconscious bias, its consequences in healthcare, & some ways to mitigate unconscious bias. It discusses most types of bias impacting the quality of healthcare, including race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexuality, religion, mental health, & weight bias. The "Unconscious Bias, Yes it is Real" booklet is available as a digital download on our website. Movement is Life invites listeners to use the booklet in association with this audio resource as the basis for workshops and discussion groups aimed at improving cultural sensitivity & understanding. 1:35 Introduction – We are all biased | 3:25 What is bias? | 5:30 Types of bias | 8:02 Unconscious or implicit biases | 9:55 Unconscious bias in healthcare | 13:40 Unconscious bias involving weight | 16:12 Unconscious bias involving mental health | 18:20 Unconscious bias involving race & ethnicity | 23:10 Unconscious bias involving gender & gender identity | 28:35 Unconscious bias involving sexual orientation | 30:35 Limitations in research | 32:18 How patients respond to bias | 36:30 Measuring unconscious bias using IAT | 41:50 Counteracting bias in healthcare | 44:30 The LEARN model | 46:00 Glossary | 50:30 Closing comments Unconscious Bias, Yes it Real - Digital Booklet: http://startmovingstartliving.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Unconscious_Bias_Content_03_print.pdf About Movement is Life www.https://www.movementislifesummit.org/website.orghttps://www.movementislifesummit.org/website/56162/about-movement-is-life/ Narration by Dr. Michelle Leak & Rolf Taylor. Adapted for audio from the booklet & produced by Rolf Taylor. (c) Movement is Life 2023
Unconscious core beliefs affect all of us depending on our upbringing, culture, generation, and ancestral line. In this episode, Laura and Bernhard explore how to uncover core beliefs and how to heal them.
Hello, hello my favorite people on the internet! Dr. K here, and I am pumped to be back with another episode of the Experience University Podcast! Today's episode is about behavior change in your unconscious AND conscious mind. This episode paints a picture of how your brain works like a garden, and it explains behavior change as a system. Be sure to follow along for more episodes in the coming weeks!Today we are discussing:Currently at a Neuroscience Event (1:12)Your Brain is Like a Garden (2:10)Behavior Change: Conscious and Unconscious (4:53)Brain Can't Replace Lifelong Problems with Something Good (8:10)Behavior Change is a System (10:19)Visit the Experience University website for more information!www.experienceuniversity.org Connect with us on our socials!Facebook: Experience UniversityTikTok: @DrKDoesParenting @EventswithDrKInstagram: @kristin.malek