10 minutes | Nov 17, 2022
How Do You Decide It’s Time to Quit?
In this episode, we will discuss some factors that might help you to decide when it’s time to quit. I don’t consider myself a quitter, but once in a while, you need to know when to “throw in the towel”. Sometimes it’s not feasible to continue what you are doing at your own detriment. What are some reasons you might choose to quit? 1. You are just plain tired. You have exhausted your time and energy and you find that what you are doing is draining you. You don’t feel like you can continue. 2. You are not seeing the results you want. Sometimes things feel like an exercise in futility. No matter how much you put into a project, you feel like the needle is not progressing and the project feels endless. 3. Your project no longer serves its purpose. Sometimes you might begin a project with one intention, but get sidetracked or lose your focus. Once your purpose is no longer there, it may not make sense to continue with the project. It may be time to refocus, or perhaps stop all together. Some reasons you may choose to persevere. What is the sunken cost fallacy? A sunken cost challenge.
11 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
Episode 29: 5 Tips to Show Yourself Love
Do you show kindness and compassion towards yourself? What kind of thoughts do you think about yourself?
9 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
Episode 28: How to Shift from Good to Excellent
I’ll mention some items that may want to improve upon. These are personal and only you can decide for yourself if these things are already good or excellent for you. 1. Your relationships. Relationships evolve and change over time. Have you evaluated your relationships recently? It could be a relationship with your friends, significant other, or family members. If you don’t find these relationships supportive or enriching your spirit, it might be time to work on improving these relationships. Relationships should be fulfilling and nurturing with people who have your best interest in mind. 2. Your relationship with money. Money, or lack of money can make life stressful, but in my opinion, money is a tool that can be used to make life easier. After you pay for your necessities, if you have anything left over, you get to decide what you can spend it on to make your life easier. You might not enjoy budgeting, but it’s an invaluable skill to have and there is usually room for improvement in this area. 3. Your physical health. There are many ways you can improve your physical health. I was surprised that I was eating so much processed food, that some people don’t consider food. It’s more chemicals and lab created concoctions to keep you eating more. Exercise is also important to help keep you grounded and reduce stress. If your goal is to shift from good to excellent, listen for 5 tips. Thank You Neutrin05’s Longing for the podcast soundtrack.
10 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
Episode 27: 5 Tips to Help You Find Your Voice
Here are 5 Tips to help you find your voice: 1. Learn to communicate effectively to other people. Articulate your message so that it is clear and easily understood by the receiver. If your message is unclear or confusing, do your best to rephrase it another way so the recipient can understand it. It takes one person to give a message and another person to receive the message clearly. 2. Speak up. Don’t fall silent. State your opinions honestly and don’t automatically agree with people to appease them. This one is challenging because some people have strong personalities, and you might feel intimidated by them. That’s okay because practice makes perfect. You are entitled to your own opinion, which is your opinion, so practice learning to standing firm on that. 3. Learn to ask for what you want or don’t want. Other people are not mind readers and might not know what you need or want. If you practice speaking what you want in words out loud to another person, you are much more likely to get it. If you are clear about what you want, it takes the guesswork out for the other person. 4. Start leaving reviews about your experiences with restaurants and stores. I have discovered that Google ratings, Amazon reviews, Yelp, and other feedback tools are a great way to reinforce a positive experience, and also to share feedback if your expectations were not met. That way, your disappointment gets to be expressed and you don’t end up holding negative energy within your body. 5. Vote. Your voice is reflected in your political vote. Your chosen representatives make the laws in the area where you live. Every vote counts and it’s up to you to express yourself by voting. You don’t solely vote with a ballot. As a consumer, you vote by supporting companies and shopping at stores. You vote by supporting them with your dollar, or boycotting them if they do not support your values. Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack
34 minutes | May 24, 2022
Stop "Humaning" and Start "Being” A Guest Interview with Daniela Sulek
Daniela responds to the following questions: 1. Please share your insight into why for the average person, 90% of your daily action is completely counterproductive to achieving your goals and desires. 2. I recently listened to an audio book on astral travel. Some listeners may only believe in what they can experience in the physical experience, what they touch, hear, smell, and see. What is your take on other dimensional planes of quantum existence? 3. What are your thoughts about energy healing modalities? 4. One of the themes of the Cultivate Your Inner Goddess Podcast is Empowerment. What tips do you have to help our listeners be in a more empowered state? 5. You try to encourage people to “play your way through life and success because life is just a game anyways. You can contact Daniela at her website: https://danielasulek.com/
22 minutes | May 2, 2022
I Got Scammed by Passive CBD Vending LLC! A Guest Interview with Saline Richards
Please welcome today's Guest, Saline Richards. She lives on Long Island New York and works at a cancer hospital in NYC. Saline, can you discuss how you became the victim of a scam? If you have been scammed by Passive CBD Vending or know someone who has been, please contact me. We plan gather supporters together to hold an anti-scammers rally in Clayton, North Carolina. If you have been the victim of a scam, or know someone who has been, please come out to support us. Even if you have never been scammed, but want a company to know that unscrupulous business practices are NOT OK, please come and advocate with us. We will make signs and picket. I attended the Women's rally in Washington DC in 2017 and that was a lot of fun. The ralliers packed the route so tightly that there was nowhere to march. Please come meet and support us, also please spread the word. I will be announcing the rally date and itinerary in a future episode.
11 minutes | Apr 6, 2022
Episode 26: 5 Tips to Help You Improve Your Meditation Practice
5 tips that can help improve your meditation practice include: 1. Bringing it back to basics. Your mind is accustomed to constant stimulation through television, music, and your phone. Limiting technology may seem like torture, but throughout history people have not have cell phones and survived just fine. The simple, but not easy task of solely concentrating only on your breath and repeating 3 syllables may seem like an insult to your intelligent brain! You are too smart for your own good. 2. Don’t take the bait. Once your mind starts to wander, as you know it will… and starts thinking about what’s on your to-do list, that incident at work last week, or your plans for your next vacation. Stop It! Stay present. Simply observe your thoughts, however don’t get involved with them. Thoughts have a tendency to go crazy, jumping from this topic to that topic. It’s entertaining to just watch the thoughts, like a soap opera. 3. Practice in a comfortable environment. Your environment is important to cultivate a successful meditation practice. Physical comfort is important, with a straight spine, so the energy can flow freely throughout your body. Find a comfortable pillow or chair to sit on, otherwise, you’ll spend your meditation thinking about how uncomfortable you are. If you meditate in the same spot, your area develops a nice calm energy that you may be able to notice when you enter the room. 4. Find the style of meditation that is a good fit for you. You could choose to do a silent meditation or a voice-guided meditation. A guided meditation is a good place to start. The important part is maintaining a consistent practice. Once you become more advanced, you can try silent meditation. The silence will most likely drive you crazy when you begin, however with practice you will improve. 5. Develop a routine. It is more beneficial to practice a few minutes a day, rather than a few times a week for a longer duration. Meditation trains your mind not to go crazy when something happens. Instead of reacting, these few seconds train your mind to respond instead.
11 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Episode 25: What is The Emotion Code?
What is the Emotion Code and how does it work? The Emotion Code was created by Dr. Bradley Nelson utilizing applied kinesiology in muscle testing to answer questions from your subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is your supercomputer. You can go back and listen to episode 8: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind for a refresher. Once the information that lies within your subconscious mind is brought forth to your conscious mind, you are allowed to release it. The process is similar to demagnetizing a credit card. The “stuck'' energy can then be released.
12 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
Episode 24: 10 Tips to Increase Accountability
You have many tools at your disposal when it comes to holding yourself and others accountable. What is accountability and why is it important? The dictionary defines accountability as the willingness to accept responsibility for one’s actions. I separate accountability into two parts. The first part being self accountability- the willingness to take responsibility for your own actions. The second piece is accountability for others whom you allow into your life. Accountability is a practice that can enable you to maintain a healthy relationship with yourself and others. Let’s begin with self accountability. How do you hold yourself accountable when you say you are going to do something? Does it get done? If your New Year’s Resolution is to lose 10 pounds and keep it off for the year, will you make time for the gym? Do you have the discipline to create and maintain an eating plan? How will you hold yourself accountable? Ultimately, you are the only person responsible for your own actions, and in this case, the result will be either losing 10 lbs or less. Accountability is an action. Nobody can accept responsibility for your own actions and results other than you. You know this. I know this. You cannot cheat yourself and the scale won’t lie. It knows if you are not going to the gym or following your eating plan. The results you get on the scale are a product of your calories in versus calories burned. Taking responsibility for meeting your goals or not is a big step in recognizing that you are the only person who holds the key to either meet or not to meet your goals. Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack
9 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
Episode 23: What Is An Emotion?
A healthy response to an emotion is to feel and express that emotion, and allow the emotion to pass. Let’s take grief for example. If a loved one passes away and you choose to avoid your feelings of grief by avoiding the funeral and work extra, your body and mind will not have the opportunity to process that emotion of grief. The emotional energy is neither processed nor released. If there is too much resistance, or if an emotion is too intense, the energy of the emotion can become stuck in your body, leading to other imbalances. There are healthy ways to express emotions. In my opinion, the best way to process an emotion is to feel it, however that comes with challenge of dealing with feeling your emotions in real time. You could choose to talk about how you are feeling with others. You could exercise to get your aggression out. I believe the worst thing you can do with an emotion is not to process the emotion and repress it. Emotions are signs and signals from your body. They are trying to send a message. Don’t ignore them. Emotions are meant to be felt and expressed. It’s unnatural to avoid your own emotions and pretending like they don’t exist. Like I said, I’m an expert in avoiding my emotions. Emotions are complex and there is no one size fits all for coping with them. Some people have a natural ability to manage their emotions seamlessly. Some folks are highly attuned to their own emotions, and are able to pick up on read other peoples emotions as well. It’s very easy for them. For some us, it requires practice and building skills to become better at managing our emotions. The process becomes easier with practice. You might not have even noticed that emotions can cause triggers that may drive you to certain behaviors, including addictions. Thanks to Neutrin05’s Longing for the podcast soundtrack
9 minutes | Nov 17, 2021
Episode 22: The Paradox of Happiness
Happiness is a habit that you can cultivate with practice. What are some ways you can increase your happiness? Surround yourself with positive images and people. Their energies will revitalize and motivate you. Do at least one thing each day for yourself that brings you joy. That could be anything from taking a bath to watching a funny cat video. Look for a reason to celebrate. Life can be fun. It is a gift that you can make the most of. Spend time connecting with your relationships. Take time to focus on the present moment instead of worrying about the future or past. If you still insist on searching for happiness, here are some questions that might be helpful to ask yourself: 1. What do I believe would make me happy? 2. If I acquired this thing, how would my life change for the better? 3. If I lost this thing, how would my life change for the worse? 4. Do I truly need this thing to experience happiness? In summary, happiness is a mindset. It is a habit that you can practice and learn to do well. Once you clear away your mind clutter and expectations, you may discover that your inner happiness naturally unfolds. Are you ready to accept the challenge and discover your inner happiness? I believe you can. I believe in you. Thank You Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack
11 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Episode 21: Does It Deserve Attention or Is It A Distraction?
Have you ever wondered if an issue you are experiencing is a real problem that requires your effort and attention, or if it is just a distraction? Some issues will automatically resolve themselves and don’t require your energy or attention. Other issues are just distractions that don’t have real substance. Do you find yourself wasting a lot of time on these? Imagine if you tried to resolve every issue that came your way? You would probably feel exhausted, and frustrated by the end of each day. So, the question is: How do you determine what is a real problem, and what is not? I find it helpful to use two gauges: #1- Is it important? #2- Is it urgent? Thank You Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast’s soundtrack
10 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Episode 20: The Power of No and Boundaries
This podcast episode is created at a listener’s request about drawing boundaries and learning to practice saying the word “No”. The word “No” can be one of the most empowering words in your vocabulary. This word is highly effective to get what you want, but also to avoid what you don’t want. For example, if your schedule is full, you have the option to decline an invitation. It is not necessary to give a reason. A response of “Thank you for the invite”, however I am unable to attend”. You can say that, even if you are not busy, and would just prefer to relax at home. Once you begin practicing saying “No”, it most likely will feel awkward at first. Others will be accustomed to you saying “Yes”, and you might make those around you uncomfortable. You start by training those around you that sometimes you do say “No”. There is a chance of upsetting your friends, or family, however when you stop doing things they want to do, and start doing things you want to do, you’d be surprised to discover how much happier you become. Learning to say “No” is an art as well as a skill. At first, it may seem challenging, and possibly even scary, but test it out and see what happens. You may be surprised that others understand, and are not upset, sad or disappointed when you say “No”. Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for the Podcast Soundtrack
29 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Healthy Fashion: The Deeper Truths, A Conversation with Alyssa Couture, Author and Fashion Expert
Alyssa answers the following Questions: 1. Would you be able to talk about fashion and its relationship to confidence and self esteem? 2. How can fashion be used as a tool or modality for healing? 3. What are some of the things that we might be doing with fashion and not know it may be detrimental to our health? 4. What are your thoughts about stylish fashion, and does this have to be expensive? 5. How might our listeners use fashion to accentuate and cultivate one's inner goddess? 6. Can you talk about beauty products and minerals?Alyssa’s new book: Healthy Fashion: The Deeper Truths is about ways to feel and look healthy. There’s so much pain and suffering in the world, but fashion can be the tool to promote and create healing, health, and overall balance and harmony. The book establishes an alternative, modern approach to clothing; Fashion deemed medicinal. The release date is December 1, 2021 and is available for pre-order on Amazon and you can visit her website at hfcampaign.com
34 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
What is Alexander Technique and How Can It Reduce or Eliminate Pain? An interview with Hope Mell, Alexander Technique Teacher and Movement Therapist
Hope Mell, an Alexander Technique teacher and Movement Therapist with over 30 years of experience answers the following questions:1. What is Alexander Technique and how might it benefit you? 2. What tips can you give to stand with proper posture? What tips can you give to walk the way we were designed to?3. Chronic pain can cause misery for a lot of people, and some people may not even be able to recall a pain free day. What hope does a listener in this situation have?4. How do you believe yoga blends in with Alexander Technique? 5. One of the themes of this podcast is empowerment. What if your definition of empowerment and how do you believe our listeners can become more empowered? If you are fortunate enough to listen to this podcast as it airs, you have a call to take action. Hope is offering the opportunity to sign up for a complimentary Joint Freeing yoga session. It will be on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 6:00pm EST for 1.5 hours. To sign up for the free class, please visit Hope's website at: http://www.alexandertechnique-yoga.com you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be attending the class also, so you will get the opportunity to interact with us.Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast Soundtrack
16 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Episode 19: Introduction to Your Chakra Energy Centers
Chakra #1: Your Root, or Base Chakra. This chakra is represented by the color red. The root chakra is responsible for your lower body and reproductive systems. Your root chakra is your center for stability and security. Chakra #2 is your Sacral Chakra. This chakra is represented by the color orange. The sacral chakra regulates blood sugar, your spleen, ovaries, urinary tract, uterus, kidneys, and adrenal glands. distrust, and be prone to addictions. This center helps regulate the feeling that you are in control of your life. Chakra #3 is your Solar Plexus Chakra, which is represented by the color yellow. The solar plexus chakra regulates your pancreas, stomach, liver, and small intestine. This chakra controls your mental energy: your willpower, self- control, and desire to control others. Chakra #4 is your Heart Chakra, which is represented by the color green. The heart chakra regulates your thymus, heart, lungs, and blood pressure. Your heart chakra regulates harmony, lovingness, and your ability to give and receive. Chakra #5 is your Throat Chakra, which is represented by the color blue. Your thyroid and parathyroid glands, neck, ears, respiratory system are in this area. An open chakra leads to clear communications and feelings. Chakra #6 is your Brow Chakra, or third eye, which is represented by the color of indigo, or a bluish purple. This chakra regulates the pituitary, hypothalamus, eyes, and autonomic nervous system. This is your center of clairvoyance, and decision making. Chakra #7 is your Crown Chakra. This includes your pineal gland, hair, head, and controls your central nervous system. Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack
9 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Episode 18: Top 5 Ways You are One of a Kind
The first way you are “one of a kind” is that you have had your own life experiences. A second way you are “one of a kind” is that you have your own filter, or Internal Representation of the world. This is a coaching term that means that you perceive your reality through your own filter. A third way you are “one of a kind” is your unique mix of Personality Traits. The fourth way you are “one of a kind” is that you are youself and you made it here to listen to this podcast at this moment in time. You are one of more than 7.8 billion people who exist on the earth. The fifth way you are “one of a kind” is that you have your own purpose and destiny. Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack
11 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
Episode 17: Who you were in the past does not define who you will be in the future
Let’s start off by thinking about your past. What outcomes have you achieved? What are you most proud of? How satisfactory are your decisions? Is there anything you wish you could change? You can’t change events of the past, however you can change the way you feel about them. Try re-examining the facts from someone else’s perspective and see what happens. Do your feelings change? Let’s move on to the concept of the present moment. The present is here and now. The only thing that truly exists is the present moment. You can be physically present today by feeling your body and noticing your breath. Relax and take a breath in. Breathe it out. Become fully present. Today is a new day. It holds the opportunity to start fresh. Animals live in the present moment. They only have the concept of the now. They do not worry about what happened in the past, or what will happen in the future. You can learn more about my coaching or energy work offerings at CoachingbyGrace.com Thank You Neutrin05's Longing for the podcast soundtrack
40 minutes | May 21, 2021
Healing Abandonment in Relationships. An interview with Deb Acker, an Intuitive Relationship Healer.
Deb Acker, Intuitive Relationship Healer answers the following questions: 1. What is your definition of "healing abandonment in relationships?" What tips do you have for our listeners on their healing journey? 2. Relationships commonly are marked by duality, with love on one spectrum, and pain on the opposite. What suggestions do you have for finding the balance between being open to love, and the instinct to shield yourself from pain. 3. Some thoughts that might go through someone's head if they have been abandoned are "What's wrong with me? Is there anything I could have done differently so this person would not leave? Why me!?" Do you have any recommendations for a listener who falls into this thought cycle? 4. What tips or suggestions do you have for our listeners on self empowerment? For more information about Deb Acker, please visit her website at www.deborahacker.com where she offers a complimentary 30 minute relationship assessment bit.ly/relationship-assessment-application Her Book: Living Deeply: A Transformational Journey Through Deep Pain, Loss and Abandonment to Healing, Self-Love and Miracles is available on Amazon bit.ly/livingdeeplybook She also has a new Youtube channel: The Relationship Healing Channel for Women bit.ly/DebYouTubeChannel ————————————————————— Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for the podcast soundtrack
13 minutes | May 11, 2021
Episode 16: There Are No Right or Wrong Decisions. You Make Choices.
There are no right or wrong decisions. You make choices. How do you know when a decision feels “right” to you? Sub-optimal decisions provide valuable feedback, which helps you move forward with a different course of action. With so many options, how do you know which decision is the best for you? Thank you Neutrin05’s Longing for this podcast soundtrack