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Journey to Authenticity
90 minutes | 11 days ago
037 Healing from Complex Trauma
My guest today is Lotte Schultz. Drawing on more than thirty years of personal experience, professional training and spiritual development Lotte brings many skills to her practice as a Holistic Psychotherapist and Breathwork Facilitator.Lotte has spent much of her adult life recovering from Satanic Ritual Abuse (S.R.A.) and incest, experiencing spiritual emergency, spontaneous kundalini awakening, a battle with cancer, chronic pain, suicide attempts and many other symptoms of complex trauma.Lotte has been a huge inspiration for me in my life personally, and her journey is a shining example to all of us who seek to live an authentic life.To learn more about Lotte’s work, head to lottelife.com.au
55 minutes | 14 days ago
036 A Discussion About Authenticity
A slightly different episode today, a role reversal. This is me being interviewed about authenticity for another podcast called Ensoreal with Marie Dahlgren. We discuss authenticity in leadership, hustle vs flow, burnout/overwhelm, integration of the masculine and feminine, masks, guilt, shame, triggers, boundaries and more. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did ...
83 minutes | 2 months ago
035 Purging Our Hollywood Conditioning
Has Hollywood corrupted our consciousness and uncoupled us from our life force? My guest today, Jasun Horsley, discusses the theme of his latest book 16 Maps of Hell: Unraveling Hollywood Superculture and shares his process of societal and cultural de-programming in the quest to reclaim his life force. Jasun is a Socratian podcaster and author of a series of books on cultural programming, hierarchical systems of abuse, the cult-like nature of society, and collective dissociation & alienation. To learn more about his work; books, podcast and blog head to his website, https://auticulture.com
53 minutes | 2 months ago
034 It Didn't Start With You - Inherited Family Trauma
Depression, anxiety, chronic pain, phobias, obsessive thoughts. Could some of the roots of these issues be connected to our family lineage? Today’s guest is Mark Wolynn, author of the book 'IT DIDN’T START WITH YOU’ winner of the 2016 Nautilus Book Award in psychology. We discuss how inherited family trauma shapes who we are and how to end the cycle. Mark Wolynn is the director of the Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco. He's also is a leading expert in the field of inherited family trauma. His articles have appeared in Psychology Today, Mind Body Green, MariaShriver.com, Elephant Journal and Psych Central, and his poetry has been published in The New Yorker. www.markwolynn.com
41 minutes | 2 months ago
033 ReWilding - A Natural Life-Stylist's Philosophy
How can we become a more natural being in an urban environment? In today’s episode, I discuss all things ReWilding with Tony Riddle. Tony devised his Natural Life-stylist philosophy as a way to recharge, reboot and re-educate on the importance of re-aligning ourselves with Nature for emotional, spiritual and physical health. Tony’s talks, workshops and his retreats are based around the premise that if we can recognise where nature is missing from our lives we can reconnect with it and fall back in love with it, and in doing so can shake the angst-inducing monkey off our collective back.https://tonyriddle.com
64 minutes | 2 months ago
032 Questioning Our Stressful Thoughts - The Work
Byron Katie’s ’The Work’ is a self-inquiry tool that uses 4 questions and turnarounds as a way of challenging our stressful thoughts. In todays episode, I speak to Rosie Stave, a Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie. She has been facilitating individuals, groups, workshops and retreats in The Work for 24 years. The freedom this inquiry has created in Rosie’s life, and the lives of others, fuels her continual passion for this gift and her sharing of it. She also is a tutor and trainer for the Institute for The Work, offering teleclasses and individual coaching. http://theworkwithrosie.com https://thework.com
38 minutes | a year ago
031 Implicit Memory - Our Hidden Roadblocks
Today my guest Dr Julie Lopez and I discuss implicit memory, understanding our brains hidden control panel and the many possibilities of breaking through our unconscious roadblocks. Julie is a trauma specialist who founded a mental health and wellness centre in Washington DC called The Viva Center. Julie also discusses how implicit memory plays a role for adoptees, both from her own personal story, and from her clinical experience. Her recent book “Live Empowered" was named a hot new release in 10 book categories. Follow Dr Julie on Instagram using the handle @DrJulieLopez
17 minutes | a year ago
030 Are We Addicted To Suffering?
Could you be addicted to suffering and the struggle? In this solo episode I discuss some of the reasons why these addictions may have developed and what we can do to stop them. Whether your flavour of suffering is the struggle, complaining, criticising, judging, fear, worry, pain, victimhood, anger or low self esteem, it all comes down to chemistry.
33 minutes | a year ago
029 Learning To See Things Differently
My guest today is a specialist in human behaviour and transformation. Dr Larry Goodman helps people go from stuck to unstoppable with his signature programs Your Goodest Life and The Goodman Factor. We discuss bridging the gap between falling victim to the disempowering stories we tell ourselves and living our ‘Goodest' life. Find out more about how you can work with Larry at www.GoodmanFactor.com
21 minutes | 2 years ago
028 Taking Personal Responsibility
What does taking personal responsibility really mean? In this episode I describe what I believe personal responsibility is, and what it isn’t, and distinguish between personal responsibility, victimhood and self punishment. I explore the stories we tell ourself and how we can begin to create change in any and all areas of our life.
38 minutes | 2 years ago
027 Unlock Your Hidden Potential With The Wim Hof Method
Wim Hof Method Instructor Emma Estrela (Corrie) shares her journey of breakdown to breakthrough using the Wim Hof Method of cold exposure, breath-work and going into nature. She describes her complete paradigm shift of what is possible; that we have the ability to go way beyond our conditioning, consciously connect to our physiology, control stress, survive in extreme conditions, heal unconscious trauma and unlock our inner athlete. There are so many lessons in this conversation. Emma is also an adoptee and distance athlete, both of which play a large part in her work. Emma lives in the Lake district and hosts workshops teaching the Wim Hof method across the country. To find out more, head to her website www.emmaestrela.com or her WHM page www.wimhofmethod.com/instructors/emmacorrie
7 minutes | 2 years ago
026 JTA podcast's 1st birthday
A year ago I took the leap into the unknown and launched the podcast that would document my journey to discovering more of who I am.Watch the video here or listen to some of the lessons I have learned in the past year.I want to thank ALL of you who have tuned in! To all of those who have taken the time to send me your feedback, your support and your take aways…I always love hearing from you. Even to the haters…I still love them…it’s all part of the journey.Thank you for tuning in!Thank you for supporting the show!Thank you for being you!Love and GratitudeSarah
32 minutes | 2 years ago
025 Imposter Syndrome
Have you wanted to take the next step to expand in your career, your relationships or your health? But that little voice in your head starts telling you ‘I’m not good enough’ or ‘I’m not worthy'? In this episode Dr Nima Rahmany and I discuss the inner critic or the known phenomenon of imposter syndrome.Dr. Nima Rahmany, DC, CCWP is both a Chiropractor and an educator, specialising in helping individuals and professionals get to the ROOT CAUSE of their physical and emotional challenges, from stressed, depressed, and anxious to living Powerfully Aligned and on Purpose. Dr. Nima has integrated all the mind-body tools in his quest for healing stress-related disorders into one, simple to follow method called “The Overview Method”, which he teaches one-on-one and in groups all over the world in his engaging and “edu-taining" lectures filled with inspired authenticity and edu-tainment. To learn more head to www.drnima.com
17 minutes | 2 years ago
024 A Conversation With My Inner Child
As children, we learn how to respond to our environment, creating a sub conscious road map of how to navigate the world, in particular, how to survive stressful situations.Unfortunately these programs continue to run through to our adult life and we create repeating patterns as a result. The programs that were designed to once keep us safe, now can hinder us.In this episode, I share how I re-visited a moment of my subconscious programming at the age of 7, and provided my inner child with her unmet need in that moment.These parts of our subconscious are real and by re-connecting and re-parenting our inner child with love and compassion we have the opportunity to heal and make peace with the past.This frees up creative energy and allows us to move forward freely through life.
17 minutes | 2 years ago
023 Emotional Intelligence
What is emotional intelligence? Is it important? If so, why? Should we be putting greater emphasis on it? How can we develop our EQ? Let’s explore...
17 minutes | 2 years ago
022 How To Set Achievable Goals and Avoid Unfulfilled New Years Resolutions
Approaching the end of the year I find this a great time to reflect on the year that has just been and begin planning and setting new intentions for the upcoming year. This is not about setting new years resolutions that you forget about in a couple of weeks and never achieve. I share with you the process I use, some of the questions I reflect upon and how this year I have chosen a mantra or motto to anchor to. This is about how you can be, do and have more in 2019.
27 minutes | 2 years ago
021 Our Inner Wounded Child And The Masks We Wear
In this week's episode I sit down with my mum, Carolyn Hart, and discuss my adoption, and the impact on a child separated from their biological mother at birth. My mum talks from both a personal and professional point of view as a child and adolescent Psychotherapist. She describes parenting from her perspective as both an adoptive, and a biological mother. We discuss the different aspects of ourselves, the roles we play, masks we wear and the inner wounded child in all of us.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
020 Relationship Attachments: Healthy vs Unhealthy
In todays episode, my guest and I discuss healthy vs unhealthy attachments within relationships, childhood experience, co-dependency and love addiction. We explore what it means to show up authentically within relationship, boundaries and the dance between two people.Christine Calvert is a licensed chemical dependency counselor and Holotropic Breathwork facilitator in austin, Texas. She is the founder of Tribe, a sober living home for men combining the ancient wisdom of spiritual practice and contemporary psychology as a path toward recovery. She has a passion for bringing the Holotropic and transpersonal perspective to the field of addiction recovery and mental health in an attempt to expand our understanding and treatment of addiction in its many forms.During this episode, Christine also shares some of the challenges that she faced during her own addiction recovery.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
019 Addiction and The Hungry Ghost
Are we all addicts? Today I explore the Buddhist concept of the hungry ghost. Living in our shadow side, the hungry ghost is a reflection of a part of us that is seeking wholeness. I discuss the hungry ghost energy, looking at addiction as a spiritual quest, my own addictive behaviour cycle and how I broke the pattern.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
018 Healing Power Of Holotropic Breathwork | Birth, Life and Breath
This is a fantastic introduction into Holotropic breathwork from certified facilitator and Director of Grof Transpersonal training, Holly Harman. We discuss the healing power of the breath in drawing material from the subconscious and giving it full expression of emotion within a safe space. We cover the 4 stages of birth and the perinatal archetypes that can be expressed in a holotropic setting. We also talk about the relationship between our own birth process experience and patterns that have shown up throughout our life.If you are interested in attending one of the UK Holotropic breathwork workshops, or wish to find out more about this powerful healing method, visit www.holotropicuk.co.uk
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