Mindfulness Mode | Interviews & Mindful Tips with Bruce Langford
About This Show
Increase your calm, focus and happiness so you can be more relaxed, contented and satisfied with your life. For business, entrepreneurs, educators, parents. Hosted by Bruce Langford.
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236 Archangel Event Creator Inspired by X-Men; Giovanni Marsico
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Giovanni Marsico is a connector of superheroes. He is is the founder of the wildly successful Archangel Academy which is an organization bringing together mission-driven entrepreneurs who are making the world a better place. Archangel proceeds go to The Archangel Fund, which is used to provide micro-loans and donations to entrepreneurs and charities making the world a better place. On September 7th, he will again host the Archangel Summit in Toronto, which will unite two thousand passionate attendees who will grow and prosper as a result of their Archangel experience. Included in the impressive list of featured speakers are Lewis Howes, The Shark Tank’s Daymond John, MeToWe’s Marc Kielburger, and Danielle LaPorte. Giovanni is directed, centered and focused as he prepares for these large scale events which seamlessly interweave music, high calibre speakers, and video, to create a masterpiece presentation.
Coming in Fall 2017: ArchangelAcademy.com
Most Influential Person
Dr. Stephanie Estima / Phillip McKernan / Jesse Elder
Effect on Emotions
I feel that I'm constantly growing and being more and more awake and aware to the idea that I am the perceiver of the emotion, the feeler of the emotion, but I can also be the narrator, the actor, the audience.
I can be different roles and I can step back and watch this happening and not think that it is me. I am the one perceiving.
For me this is really important because I'm not attached to what is happening. The emotions become a guidepost for my intuition giving me messages about what's happening in the moment.
Thoughts on Breathing
It's such a simple thing that we all don't understand. I used to suffer from really bad panic attacks and anxiety.
Scientifically I learned that when you start feeling adrenaline or cortisol, you actually hold your breath, or you breathe shorter breaths. Then your body kicks in more adrenaline and says, hey, you're not breathing. Start breathing. But then you feel more of a panic and it leads into a panic attack.
I remember learning square breathing from a nurse. One of my panic attacks was so bad, I thought it was a heart attack. I
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