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Messages From a Bottle podcast
29 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
How To Gain Clarity From Breakthroughs
In this episode, we talk with Nick Neon, who is a Korean-American filmmaker and actor who spent most of his 20's living in South Korea. He returned to the States with his award-winning short film, Ultra Bleu: A semi-biographical coming-of-age narrative about a 20-something and lost queer kid trying to figure out adulthood. A love letter to his 20's, Nick is back with a sequel titled, "Zero One". Nick talks about what inspired him to create his own films, his issues around less-represented demographics in media, and how he experienced his breakthrough in making films that give insight into the more diverse stories that need to be told. Nick is completely transparent and honest in this conversation and shares with us his inner-most struggles as an artist and the internal pressure to produce results by a certain age. We really appreciate Nick for joining us in the this conscious conversation segment and sharing his unique message from the bottle. Tune in and connect! www.messagesfromabottle.com
23 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
How Thoughts Can Make or Break Your Life
In this episode we speak to author and counselor Jules De Vitto about finding alternative ways to manage the stress in our lives and how to let go of negative thoughts. Rick and Lerena explore the idea about the negative social conditioning of our thoughts. We àlso talk about being triggered and taken down by negative thoughts and how to overcome them.
24 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
How To Trust Again
In this episode of Messages From A Bottle, we talk about our experiences with letting go and trusting in life. Shoshana Liebner, the founder of Float Dreams and Executive Director of the Float Tank Association, joins us for our Conscious Conversations Segment and sheds light on how floating can support letting go and revitalizing our senses and deeper connection to life. Shoshana Leibner started with float tanks in 1979 and was trained at the first tank center in Beverly Hills, CA. Samadhi Tank Company is owned by her parents. She began her training as a ballerina at a very young age. She trained for 8 hours a day and started floating to improve her dancing. She's rubbed shoulders with various singers and actors during her career; from introducing the late Robin Williams to floating, to selling the late John Lennon a tank. For anyone who's interested in floating, she's the go-to person! She's been a pioneer of both the national and international float tank centers. We really appreciate Shoshana for joining us in this episode and for sharing unique and powerful message from the bottle. Tune in and Connect! www.messagesfromabottle.com
28 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
How To Release Negativity
Oh we went deep in this episode! From talking about inhaling and exhaling our gifts to the universe, to releasing negativity and being truthful. This episode explores the depths of our choices in life and how we connect to others. Mia Yang, joins us for our Conscious Conversation segment.Mia Yang is the owner of her own Yoga Studio in Shanghai, China. The studio is named Yoga Shala:"Yoga Shala" for which Mia was inspired by after she experienced Self Liberation from her limitations and was REBORN in the rice fields of Ubud, Bali in Indonesia where Mia studied Yoga TTC 200 with the most experienced Yoga teachers who have 35 years teaching experience and Mia is accredited as RTY200 Yoga Teacher. Tune in and connect!www.messagesfromabottle.com
23 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
How to Show Compassion in any Stage of Life
In this episode we talk to former banker, caregiver and woman experiencing early onset dementia Carmen Shaw. Join us as we talk about compassion in banking, forgiveness from an abusive parent and how to heal wounds by sharing her experiences. Also, Rick and Lerena talk about trying to have compassion for people even if we don't agree with them and being able to have compassion for ourselves as well.
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