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2 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Against All Odds with Sujata
Today we spotlight and amazing women named Sujata, author of Against All Odds -No Retakes, No Manuals, Real life lessons. Sujata wants to help you to be a survivor. By drawing on her experiences Sujata is here to lend a helping hand in clearing away the obstacles that are holding you back. No matter what the problem, Sujata is your partner to overcome the challenge and turn it into a stepping stone to progress. . The post Against All Odds with Sujata appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
2 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
Hickory Doc’s Tales: The Pack: First Generation
Today on Newsgram we have a fun new Kids book to tell you about. No, it’s not another book about learning colors or the sounds animals make. There are plenty of those out there already. This one is geared toward elementary school readers and it’s designed to help them transition into chapter books. What’s that old saying? “Readers are leaders!”. It also encourages creative writing. Hickory Doc’s Tales: The Pack: First Generation by Linda Harkey is a cute kid’s book about the lives of hunting dogs and it’s an easy read for middle school aged kids. If you have pets, even better, they will love it. The main character is Chickoree’s Hickory Doc, Folks just call him “Doc.” He can trace his family tree back to a sapling in Germany. The oldest and wisest of five, he lives at The Lazy Dog Hacienda kennels on Shorthair Boulevard in Oklahoma. The way the stores are told makes it super easy to relate to and you can tell the author loves kids and pets. Each of the characters have their own personality and they really shine when you hear Doc tell fun stories from his very important role as a hunting dog, or what life is like at the kennel. Doc talks about the time he encountered a porcupine and other animals as well as his relationships with humans and his tight-knit family of dogs. Linda Harkey is an award winning children’s author and it’s easy to see why she has already received many book awards for the Hickory Doc’s Tales series. To find it just do a search for Hickory Doc’s Talks by Linda Harkey and enjoy! That’s it for this edition of Newsgram The post Hickory Doc’s Tales: The Pack: First Generation appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
23 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
AGAINST ALL ODDS: No Retakes, No Manuals, Real Life Lessons by Sujata Tiwari
The author has accumulated a wealth of experience during her life leading to insights and knowledge that cannot be coached or taught in a class. She has been a mother, wife, journalist, consultant, activist, leader, and businesswoman domestically and internationally. In sharing her story, Sujata strives to provide readers of all backgrounds in any part of the world with real life examples on how to deal with the unpredictable nature of everyday life. Do you live in the jungle with animals? Or do you live in a civilized society? Are you a victim or a survivor? Survive and protect yourself from gender discrimination, culture bias, bullying within the home, educational setting or professional workplace. Have you experienced mental, verbal, physical, emotional, exploitation, rape or all kinds of sexual abuse? If you are living in any of these situations, this book is for you. Trapped or stifled in an unhappy marriage, patent-child discord, years of working for bad bosses, compromise on a daily basis. Are you a prisoner of the moment? Do you want to run away? Feel suicidal? Politics of the Universe, society. Don’t let it shackle you. When you are pushed to the wall, push back. When you have nothing to lose then give yourself that one chance and take a courageous step. Don’t give up. It’s hard, very hard but courage and self-belief will open doors. Gather inspiration from my journey and trust me you can do it. All of us can be leaders. All we have to do is nudge that dormant factor. Giving in is easy. Tenacity and resilience are words to describe that one moment when you decide to take action, even if it is swimming against the tide or against all odds. No matter what the problem, I am your partner to overcome the challenge and turn it into a steppingstone to progress. Leaders walk the talk and should be accessible to make a difference in people’s lives. Money cannot do that. Care can. Do you care for yourself or others? I care for others. The post AGAINST ALL ODDS: No Retakes, No Manuals, Real Life Lessons by Sujata Tiwari appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
31 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
CHASING RADIANCE: Memoirs & Musings by Erica Sarzin-Borrillo
The author has spent her life in the integrative arts as a painter, healer, and performing artist. She began a form of Soul writing some years ago as a ritual that led to poetry, philosophical essays, and conversations with the Beloved. CHASING RADIANCE is a poignant and potent book of memoirs offering inspiring spiritual insights and metaphysical reflections drawn from a most unique life. The author shares a personal journey through childhood challenges and a severe chronic illness. Her mythic perspective is so full of wisdom and depth it enlightens. She turns a personal story into a universal tale of finding strength and beauty against all odds. There are themes that run throughout the book which speak to the sacred nature of life despite or because of our fate and destiny. Ms. Sarzin-Borrillo inspires us to remember the truth of our own human potential and the way of the Soul. She reminds us to love life… not just part of it, but all. Hers is a story of initiations, awakenings, transformation and human potential in the face of the most challenging moments in time. The post CHASING RADIANCE: Memoirs & Musings by Erica Sarzin-Borrillo appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
50 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Stephen Simon Talks About What Dreams HAVE Come – Loving Through the Veil
Stephen Simon was the producer of What Dreams May Come, starring Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr., and also Somewhere in Time, with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour. Both are great movies about lovers seeking one another when one of them dies. Then in January of 2018, his treasured wife died. Stephen calls his lovely book What Dreams HAVE Come – Loving Through the Veil because it celebrates the wonderful and intense relationship they have established since her death! As the veil between dimensions thins, more and more couples are finding that their love can happily continue during the brief period of separation between their deaths. The post Stephen Simon Talks About What Dreams HAVE Come – Loving Through the Veil appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
34 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
3 Simple Things You Can Do to Have a Better Marriage
It’s commonly accepted that marriage is hard. That it requires work. That’s only because many couples stop doing the things that led to getting married in the first place. Yes, everyday life happens. Sometimes even bad things happen. But none of it has to sink your marriage. Author Leah Hefner reveals how three simple behaviors can protect and support your marriage, so it can be your soft place to fall. Send your comments and suggestions to Lesli and, if you like the show, share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The post 3 Simple Things You Can Do to Have a Better Marriage appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
31 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Serendipity by Action with Christian Busch, Author of The Serendipity Mindset
I confess I have to thank serendipity for today’s guest on “Conversations with Mother Earth”. I say this because my meeting with Christian Busch happened by chance and ended in a beneficial way – which is of course what serendipity actually means. Christian and I connected on LinkedIn and, after visiting his profile and discovering his fascinating book “The Serendipity Mindset”, I eagerly invited him as a speaker. This is a topic all of us ought to be interested in because haven’t we all been in situations where we met extraordinary people when we least expected it. I am thinking of our spouses, friends, business partners, maybe even people we don’t like. Hence, my today’s guest is Dr Christian Busch, who grew up in Heidelberg, Germany, and who teaches at New York University (NYU) and the London School of Economics (LSE). At NYU, he directs the Global Economy Programme of the Center for Global Affairs. We talk about his concept of “smart luck”, how focus and serendipity work together and why we should avoid patterns to really open our minds to the unexpected. I really like this quote at the beginning of his book: “Imagine a world driven by curiosity, opportunity and a sense of connection, rather than by fear, scarcity and jealousy. A world in which enormous challenges such as climate change and social inequality are being tackled by solutions that are bold and up to the challenge. In our fast-changing world, many of the emerging problems are so complex that much of our future will be driven by the unexpected.” The reason this quote resonates with me is that it echoes the core message of “Conversations with Mother Earth”, namely the need to imagine a world where we value each other again as fellow human beings, with each one of us striving to make a living for ourselves and families while respecting the delicate balance of Nature on our planet. Imagine that despite our differences we accept, face and tackle our common problems together because we value the world in which we live. I am grateful for the serendipity that has brought you to my podcast “Conversations with Mother Earth”. Join us! The post Serendipity by Action with Christian Busch, Author of The Serendipity Mindset appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
25 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Unpopular Food Opinions
This week called for levity, and someone didn’t approve of my disproval of frisée, so I took it and ran. The post Unpopular Food Opinions appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
47 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Don’t Flee to Another Job You’ll Hate, Instead Learn the Secrets to Finding a Career You’ll Love – Interview with Amy Sanchez
We spend at least 40% of our day (at minimum) dealing with our careers. Forty Percent! That’s a lot of time spent focused on one area of our life, and if you’re not satisfied your job may feel like a prison to you. As someone who has been fired, and laid off multiple times, I know first hand the impact this has on your life.This week I have a lively discussion with executive Career and leadership coach Amy Sanchez. I chose the title of the show – Don’t Flee to Another Job You’ll Hate, Instead Learn the Secrets to Finding a Career You’ll Love – because I’ve done just that over the years and it’s never turned out good! I’ve gone from job to job, grabbing on to the nearest lifeboat, no matter how inflated that boat was. This desperation led me to recreate the same situation with a new job title at a new company, I was not living the create what you speak lifestyle. If you are in a similar situation, I have good news for you today. Amy is going to help us get really clear about finding personal and professional satisfaction, and surprisingly quitting your job might not be the answer. We talk about opportunities that become available when chaos hits (especially if you are facing that now with particular mandates you don’t agree with). All things are possible and you might be surprised at what good comes on the other side of the chaos. Be sure to listen until the end of the episode when Amy shares a cool story of how her company name, Swim Against The Current, came to be. This is a true example of signs being all around us if you are willing to look!More about Amy: Amy Sanchez is an executive career and leadership coach and the founder of Swim Against the Current. She helps corporate leaders clarify and pursue their ideal career path and leadership style so they can maximize their happiness, impact, and earning potential. Her innovative coaching approach has guided hundreds of leaders, from Fortune 50 companies to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, to find their unique value proposition while navigating change, amplifying leadership impact and accelerating team productivity. Amy holds an MBA from USC and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) license from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), one of the highest coaching distinctions.Amy is also a keynote speaker and industry thought leader, with published works in leading business publications like Fast Company, Business News Daily, Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, and The Corporate Magazine.If you’d like to learn more about Amy and her executive career and leadership coaching, you can find her on Linkedin and her website Swim Against the Current. If you like what you heard today, here are some ways to support the podcast:Help me keep the podcast going by donating: https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemontInvest in yourself with my Create What You Speak Academy: http://createwhatyouspeak.comSign up for my newsletter: https://sloanefreemont-68049.subscribemenow.com/Join my Telegram Channel: https://t.me/createwhatyouspeakLeave a positive review for the show in your favorite podcast player: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1369388267Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast player: https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemontComment on this episode and let me know what you liked and what you learnedShare https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemont with your friends and on social media so others can listen to the showRead and share articles I’ve published: https://www.publish0x.com/create-what-you-speak?a=jnegL2n3aw&tid=sloanefreemont.comConnect on Minds: https://www.minds.com/register?referrer=sloanefreemontConnect on Gab: https://gab.com/sloanefreemontJoin my Gab Group: gab.com/groups/25315Connect on Gab TV: https://tv.gab.com/channel/sloanefreemontConnect on Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@sloanefreemont:5Connect on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/sloanefreemont/Connect on Clouthub https://clouthub.com/sloanefreemontContact me with any questions, suggestions or comments: Sloanefreemont@pm.me The post Don’t Flee to Another Job You’ll Hate, Instead Learn the Secrets to Finding a Career You’ll Love – Interview with Amy Sanchez appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
20 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
The Richness of Letting Go
Is it time for Fall cleaning? When you finish your cleaning, how do you feel? In this episode, we are going to model the process of Fall cleaning our overstuffed personal self-awareness. We visit the process of letting go and creating a sense of new beginnings. Join me as we reflect sensations of stuffing things into a special place where you usually put something aside. Through guided imagery and curiosity, I suggest you let thoughts of sadness, anger, and anxiety pass. The result is discovering a new space in your conscious awareness experience. Enjoy the richness of letting go. Now you have room for something invaluable. The post The Richness of Letting Go appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
26 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Transform Trauma with Body Awareness
Hello and welcome to Healing from Within I am Sheryl Glick your host and author of my newest book A New Life Awaits Spirit Guided Insights to Support Global Awakening which shares a contemporary look at the world social landscape of dysfunction as a result of a separation from our natural spiritual nature and ways to find our way to an integrated physical and spiritual renewal for success in this life and beyond. Today I welcome Julie Brown Yau author of The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma Hello Julie and thank you for joining us on Healing From Within today.Julie as listeners of Healing From Within are so well aware my guests and I share intimate insights into the true nature of being or our duality and spiritual as well as physical elements to living a healthy positive and successful life journey as we empower all aspects of our energy and awareness of higher consciousness. Learning who we are is the key to accepting allowing and flowing through all life’s challenges ultimately to find peace and love.In today’s episode of Healing From Within Julie Brown Yau a psychologist and developmental trauma specialist at Compassionate Care ALS blends her unique approach with clinical psychology physical and subtle body energies and spiritual perspective in discussing and healing trauma. She will share how a traumatic event such as an accident act of violence abuse or any form of childhood trauma may leave profound psychological pain including post -traumatic stress anxiety or depression Trauma can alter the nervous and immune system which leads to a multitude of physical symptoms and disease. We will discuss ways to reconnect to our bodies after trauma cultivate calm and find lasting emotional balance,Julie I always love to ask my guests to think back to their childhood and remember a person place event that may have shown them or others the lifestyle they might seek as an adult for often the person we are to become is already the person we are at the beginning of lifeLet’s talk about where trauma starts for most people. Developmental trauma that emerges when basic childhood needs are not met is one form of trauma and I would imagine in one way or another each child loses a small part of their being in growing up and being socialized to the rules and regulations of their families and society NOW We are living in a time where there is a greater number of children with anxiety depression and autism than ever before so tell us something of this.The essence of Trauma as described by Bessel van der Kolk an expert on post-traumatic stress identifies dissociation as the essence of our response to trauma. Dissociation if time limited is a healthy adaptive response. It’s as if a switch connecting you to your body is turned off and you move into a state of internal disconnection which prevents you from feeling what you perceive as intolerable. So it is the escape when there is no escape. However if this dissociative state is prolonged your fundamental world view becomes distorted and you may miss the signs of danger when they are there or you may detect danger when there is none. You can say your body is still scared even though you know the danger is over.With dissociation you may feel disoriented unreal a bit spacey confused of just different. You may drift off into your own world or be consumed by a totally different task than the one at hand or you might become clumsy bump into things and be unresponsive to your immediate environment Many people are dissociated but they aren’t able to reconnect or integrate their experiences without help. Understanding that feelings of helplessness are often part of the dissociative state is essential.How has somatic psychology helped us understand the connection between trauma and mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.Unresolved trauma continues to live in your body. Following a traumatic experience how you feel in your body, even the way you hold your body, colors your perception of yourself and the world. Your body is either perpetually scared, on high alert and overly vigilant or shut down and disconnected to varying degrees. This causes an inner tension that heightens your perception of actual and potential danger, consciously and or unconsciously. Fear blocks your inherent love and wisdom. Your body may not know that the trauma and danger is long past even though you’re rationally aware of this.Somatic psychology has shown that our bodies hold on to trauma and trauma can manifest in physical symptoms such as pain hormone imbalance sexual dysfunction and addiction. In addition we know that developmental trauma—that emerges when basic childhood needs are not met can result in profound emotional stress and lead to serious diseases. Building on this knowledge we can learn simple skills for connecting and calming the body balancing emotions and rewiring old patterns of reactivity for better self-regulation. The mind body approach in this book is designed to guide you away from post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD toward posttraumatic growth.Your most sacred and important relationship is with yourself. This means living as an integrated and interconnected self, a spontaneous and embodied being grounded, at home in your body, authentically expressing your essential self. When trauma disrupts or obscures your relationship with your inner being all other relationships are compromised. Without a healthy relationship with yourself, you’re vulnerable to depression shame anxiety headaches lack of self-worth lack of a sense of safety, self-judgment intrusive thoughts and loss of connection with others. And many physical ailments have been traced to trauma.Trauma at it’s core creates disconnection and you may suffer from many emotionally mentally physically painful feelings that cause you to isolate withdraw or compromise yourself in other ways. Trauma causes fear and fear separates you from love the love that you are, and the love that you could share with others.Some consequences are you may feel you are a horrible person or that the world is a cold and empty place or you may be self-critical feel disconnected spiritually or be excessively judgmental. Hidden rage may escape in angry outbursts.3A Tell us about your physical biological and subtle energetic bodies. Your dad was an aikido teacher and I am a Reiki Master teacher who and understanding the universal laws of energy as well as knowing we are spiritual beings having a physical life helps us to understand the importance of experiencing your own being and interconnectedness to others the world and beyond. In both aikido and meditation by tuning into your body sensations you can feel the life force energy or life force. Life force is believed to k=prana of Indian cultures pneuma of ancient Greece and the vital force of Western philosophy. The intricacies and maps of the subtle energies body and physiology vary from tradition to tradition yet include channels points and chakras in which the flow of life force energy think acupuncture determines the characteristics and well- being of the visible physical body. In aikido we refer to this life force as ki. Rei Ki…. Ki connects our body and mind and the cosmos.After trauma Ki is distorted, repressed or disconnected. This creates rigidity and feelings of being stuck in the body or mind.Your life force fuels self-expression, intuition, healthy aggression, sexuality, passions, creativity, and heart’s desire. It allows you to feel alive and joyous and also to fight or flee to safety in traumatic events. During trauma you get a surge of life force energy and afterward id you don’t use discharge or integrate it it negatively can affect your physiology and psychology diminishing your aliveness and vibrancy.I am always amazed after a healing session in seeing the light and reduction of stress and lines and worries on the face of my clients. It is as if a light within has expressed itself and shines in the joy of their realizing who they are and how they feel in connecting to their own soul essence.What are the three exercises to reconnect and relate to your body—yourself as a whole in a new healthy way?The first exercise is Myself, Healed Imagine a lasting transformation that you would like to happen Use your senses to imagine feel hear taste and even smell your transformed self. If you heal from trauma you could feel confident connected open joyful alive trusting fearless.The second exercise is How I Envision Myself Healed Here we have a chart where you can examine Physical Emotional Cognitive Behavioral Social and Spiritual qualities that reflect a change in how you live life…example Social Ability to feel comfortable in a variety of social situations….Comfort in participation in activities that could not previously be done….ability to stay present when engaging with others…desire for company of others….healthy balance between work and play….healthy balance “me time” and time with others.The third exercise is Grounding and Orienting This simple but powerful grounding and calming tool will become part of your self-soothing toolbox. Sit in a comfortable supportive chair. Notice the state of your body. Are you relaxed nervous calm? Your body may feel numb, fearful, tingling, trembling, or agitated. You may notice feeling disoriented, or becoming emotional or disconnected.Next feel your feet contacting the floorFeel yourself sink into the chair Now look around the room. Move your head slowly as you take in your surroundings. Be aware of your breathing.If your body takes a spontaneous deep breath, feel the exhale and notice how your body responds. It will likely feel good.Find an image of a person smiling broadly and smile back This will have a calming effect on your nervous system and your body will begin to feel a sense of safety.An exercise to Cope with Developmental Trauma and Strategies to Survive Trauma. The good news is your brain is pliable throughout your life and your body has an inherent imperative to heal. Trauma can color your perceptions of yourself others and the world. The adaptations patterns and behaviors you have developed were necessary to keep you safe. Sometimes these includes withdrawing from situations, rather than staying connected, zoning out, rather than remaining present, always being nice, rather than expressing how you truly feel and attending to other’s needs while not being in touch with your own. You learned these survival strategies in frightening situations such as being shamed rather than accepted, hurt rather than being comforted, ignored rather than being listened too, left alone when feeling distressed, or not held or attuned to as you needed to be to feel safe.Over time these ways of being become familiar. Indeed, they are a normal response to embedded trauma but when in such a pattern long after the trauma is over you remain in your traumatized self. We can reprogram our minds and thoughts to recognize what happened and provide ways for the body to lean into the fear and eventually conquer it.Every day there are reports of another tragedy loss due to floods hurricanes or fires. How do we deal with the trauma of those horrific events? can we begin to improve this situation?Women have come to speak openly about the trauma of sexual assault and childhood abuse? How do we help heal and then prevent this abuse which has been going on in all society cultures religions forever?The vast array of emotional physical and psychological disorders that disconnect people from their bodies vitality and others may originate beyond personal experience and your family of origin. A recent epigenetic study demonstrates trauma and its effects can be inherited from one generation to another. Your difficulties and symptoms with trauma could be inherited from your parents or grandparents, or even further back through collective trauma such as slavery racism homophobia or war related violence including genocide. You may inherit the memory epigenetically and psychologically. If trauma remains unresolved in your lineage you may experience the residual effects of that trauma symptomatically much as you would with any developmental trauma. The way your brain will develop is encode in your DNA. Experiences and environment influence the chromosomes in your DNA and how the genes express themselves and changes in them can result in positive or negative adaptations.Though trauma can be carried for multiple generations our destinies are not set in our DNA. You can resolve trauma even when you’ve suffered it early in your life or inherited the effects of your parents and ancestor’s traumas.How might the challenges or trauma inflicted on people of color on transgender people and immigrants be similar and or different? And how must we begin to look at these situations?In general what are the effects of a traumatic event?An overwhelming event such as a car accident a terminal diagnosis a fall physical abuse and emotional blow such as a divorce death or natural disaster is often referred to an acute or shock trauma.When you experience the impact of an unexpected or very frightening event the acute trauma shocks you sending a jolt through your nervous system.You can’t grasp the full significance at the time so it creates a trauma response in the body. As you know trauma lives in the body not the event.Typically there is also an intense wave of emotion too intense to digest at the time and immediately afterward. You may fee intense sadness anger or rage and this may cause internal disorganization in which your body is unable to return to a state of balance. These emotions remain but are often repressed or split off from consciousness which causes disturbances in your body/mind until they are integratedHow does developmental trauma in infancy or early childhood affect you?When your essential needs are not met when you are young it can feel dreadful inside your body then and now as the trauma is embedded throughout your body. Sadly, you didn’t know it was the environment that was insufficiently responding to you and letting you down. All you know is that you didn’t feel good inside you internalized these experiences as your owsn failures. When something bad happens, you feel it’s you who are bad. You adapt to these early life conditions with a strategy that ultimately limits your authentic self yet allows you to allow you can survive. You go through life with and inner sense of “badness” about yourself that really was not you. Or you may perceive the world as unsafe because of external circumstances dysregulating your body systems so your body feels unsafe to inhabit. Or your perception of the world and others remains stuck in survival mode and erroneous beliefs—nothing is safe, no one can be trusted and others remain stuck. You may lack self-worth or you need to fight to survive.So developmental trauma isn’t only about what may have happened to you but what didn’t happen for you in your developing years—your essential needs weren’t met, you didn’t experience safety in your body and emotions and you couldn’t express yourself authentically in the world. You may feel shame anger or guilt and or completely shut down in response to the failure of your caregivers and environment to meet your essential needs. Typically, body motion ceases immobility and heart rate slows bradycardia with little or no sympathetic nervous system activity. You can see the shut down response in an infant child or adult with a blank face and stare. Their muscle tome may also be flaccid. The impulse to shut down is propelled by terror—its fear potentiated. This can lead to a lifetime impact of nervous system dysregulation a mind filled with unrelenting negative beliefs and feelings about yourself and the world, and bodily discomfort.If you grew up without reliable closeness to others or shared non-verbal communication the right hemisphere’s functioning seemingly fades and you may become left hemisphere dominant, a survival strategy that denies you the ability to experience the richness of a socially and intimately engaged life, a secure feeling of safety in the body and the full range of emotions. These stressful relational perceptions of childhood are encrypted in the unconsciousness of the right brain not the left.What would you like readers of The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma to take away with them after reading the book?After a shock trauma and so many of us are going to experience that in one way or another it is natural for your body to shake or tremble. Trembling is a physiological survival response a release of life force energy meant to allow your body to return to homeostasis your normal baseline of balance. When the traumatic event is over you may be frightened from the trembling or shaking and try to stop it not releasing the excess energy but the physical response is a healthy and good thing for until that survival energy is discharged or integrated into the body the energy will remain trapped at the cellular level and can impair your immune system or emotional and social capacities. For instance you may feel emotionally numb, or in a constant state of vigilance or lose interest in connecting with others. Other symptoms include anxiety depression panic intrusive thoughts and headaches. By reconnecting with the life force that remains bound within you after the trauma you’re optimizing your ability to heal and grow.I want to thank you Dr. Julie Brown Yau author of The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma and giving a well detailed practical definition of Developmental Trauma Acute or Shock Trauma and Intergenerational trauma along with the encouraging suggestion that the body has an inherent will to heal and you offer many exercises to address becoming well aware of your bodies energy and ways to calm relax and engage in healing thoughts and actions to restore vitality and the immune system. To read more about life force energy trauma and healing go to www.juliebrownyau.com In summarizing today’s episode of Healing From Within I hope listeners have come to understand that most people in our lives are dealing with a form of trauma from either their childhood family or an acute shock trauma and will need help psychologically physically emotionally and spiritually to heal by releasing the trapped emotions and energy within. Unfortunately many people will just expect you to get on with it don’t be a victim and put it out of your mind but the body is holding this fear and we must help the body by providing exercises as shown quite positively and effectively in this book and consistently working on ourselves to improve our health release stress allow and accept the past but not allowing the past to diminish the vibrancy and love we can create in the present moment if we realize our soul potential to weather and conquer all challenges. We can ask for help and we must know that healing is a function of mind body spirit nature. As multi-dimensional beings we possess the heart filled love to heal ourselves and our world.Julie and I would have you know that there are many benefits to exploring your inner life and the repressed memories or fears of any developmental trauma or acute shock trauma for in finding exercises that allow you to let go of trapped energies and memories you will come to know we are souls of love and infinite possibilities and we able to heal our body mind and spirit and raise our level of awareness. The journey of life leads us to discover our human birthright which is to be able to feel and tolerate all emotions and be whole! Begin the process for the rewards you will find are well worth the effort.I am Sheryl Glick host of Healing From Within and author of A New Life Awaits Spirit Guided Insights to Support Global Awakening which shares how we may understand the complex happenings in todays world not as political economic social religious problems but a disconnect from Spirit and offers ways to know your multi -dimensional life force or energy for creating a healthy joyful and purposeful life both here and beyond the physical life plane. Go to my website www.sherylglick to read about and listen to visionaries and leaders in metaphysics science spirituality psychology medical practitioners educators and the music and arts share ways to know life death and creation in its finer aspects. Shows may also be heard on www.webtalkradio.net and www.dreamvisionsradio.com Today’s Guest http://juliebrownyau.com The post Transform Trauma with Body Awareness appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
29 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
212. Feel, and Look Good Both Inside and Out
Connie’s motivational quotes for today is by – Renee Rouleau “Be good to your skin. You’ll wear it every day for the rest of your life.” Check Out These Highlights: I am turning 60 years old this November of 2021. As I write my notes and see the #60 written out, I can’t help but pause and think about the aging process and what it means. They say 60 is the new 40 and I kind of agree with this notion. For me being healthy on the inside is critical and yes, I will be honest and say I want to look good on the outside too. That’s not being vain, rather it’s about living a thriving life and staying relevant for my business and for my clients. About Michelle Brocato: Michelle Brocato is a licensed esthetician but most of all – she is a free spirit, someone who never judges and claims she is an old soul. Michele believes nature grounds us, and helps us be happy and positive. It’s her personal goal to make you feel better about yourself not only on the outside but on the inside as well. How to Get in Touch With Michelle Brocato: Website: http://www.facialsbymichelle.com/ Email: email@example.com Stalk me online! Enlightenment of Change Facebook group: tinyurl.com/EOCFacebookGroup Website: https://whitmanassoc.com/ Connie’s #1 International Bestseller Book – ESP (Easy Sales Process): 7-Step to Sales Success: https://whitmanassoc.com/resources/ Download Free Communication Style Assessment: www.whitmanassoc.com/csa Subscribe and listen to Enlightenment of Change podcast on your favorite podcast streaming service or on YouTube. New episodes post everyweek – listen to Connie dive into new sales and business topics or problems you may have in your business. The post 212. Feel, and Look Good Both Inside and Out appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
35 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Biden’s Supply Chain Train Wreck
When you think things cannot get any worse after the Afghanistan disaster, inflation storms, energy crisis, but now the supply chain train wreck may be the worst. This supply train wreck affects every citizen and is undermining our hopes for the future. Listen this week as Doc Holliday digs into the supply chain issues with clips from Newt Gingrich and Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen. Americans are suffering a little now but we will feel it more and more. Why is it getting worse? Listen to this week’s show right now! The post Biden’s Supply Chain Train Wreck appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
23 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
SPAGHETTI WITH RAISINS: Guiding Your Loved One with Dementia Toward the Safety of Long-Term Care by Anne R. Curran
TIPS FOR CAREGIVERS FROM THE BOOK: Your help is needed. · Stop by for tea and a chat if that is all you can do. · Stop by and let the caregiver go shopping alone for an hour or two. (Oh, how I loved that opportunity!) · Stay overnight or for a weekend to allow the caregiver a real break to wind down, get a massage or stay in a hotel alone to sleep as late as needed/wanted the next morning. · Plan together as a family. Make a casserole to help your beloved mother or father so that they don’t have to cook once or twice a week. · Invite your loved one and their caregiver to your home for lunch or supper for as long as they are able to visit. · If you are adept at paperwork, help the caregiver sort through the quagmire of forms they have to deal with. · Help in the search for a long-term care facility so the caregiver doesn’t have to bear the whole burden. · Sometimes there is only a daughter or a son to help out. They need a break too. Extended family, be aware and help out where you can. The post SPAGHETTI WITH RAISINS: Guiding Your Loved One with Dementia Toward the Safety of Long-Term Care by Anne R. Curran appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
36 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
Hickory Doc’s Tales by Linda Harkey
His official name is Chicoree’s Hickory Doc. Folks just call him “Doc.” He can trace his family tree back to a sapling in Germany. The oldest and wisest of five, he lives at The Lazy Dog Hacienda Kennels on Shorthair Boulevard in Oklahoma. In Hickory Doc’s Tales, Doc shares a host of humorous stories from his important role as a hunting dog. He narrates what life is like at the kennel. He tells tales about his adventures and mishaps with porcupines and cactus and of relationships with humans, other animals, and his tight-knit family of dogs. The book is geared toward elementary school readers, Hickory Doc’s Tales helps youth transition to chapter books, and it encourages a host of creative writing opportunities and exercises. MEET THE PACK · Doc – German Shorthaired pointer — All German Shorthaired pointers have docked tails. The oldest and wisest of a family of hunting dogs. His coat is brown with a stripe of white on his chest. · Zeke –German Shorthaired pointer — Doc’s younger annoying brother. His coat is a ticked color (brown and white small spots). · Rush – German Shorthaired pointer — Doc’s adventurous son. His coat is white with large brown spots. · Patch – German Shorthaired pointer — Doc’s daughter. She’s known as the best hunter in the pack. Her coat is brown with a stripe of white on her chest. · Newt – Labrador Retriever — Newt’s coat is solid black. He’s always happy, wagging his long tail. · Sadie – German Shorthaired pointer — Sadie likes her chow in separate compartments. Her coat is white with large brown spots. · Rock- German Shorthaired pointer — Rocky loves chow and people food. He’s not afraid of anything. His coat is white, with large brown spots and freckles on his face. · Deacon – German Shorthaired pointer — Deacon loves to eat the binding on books. His coat is white with large brown spots. He’s the fastest dog of the pack, even though he only has three legs. · Willie – A black crow — Patch’s best friend. Willie has terrible eyesight and is very clumsy. Patch is always coming to his rescue. · The Great One – The dogs’ human hunter and owner. · The Food Giver – The hunter’s wife. The post Hickory Doc’s Tales by Linda Harkey appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
27 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
2020? and Breaking the Poverty Mindset by Dr. Marietta Brown
2020?Many people view 2020 as the worst year of their life. Dr. Brown believes the scripture states, “death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits” (Proverbs 18:21 ESV). Breaking the Poverty Mindset This dynamic, thought-provoking book focuses on breaking generational curses over your finances. Not owning any property, no investments, no savings, living a limited life, or no resources can pass down from one generation to the next. This is not the will of God for your life. God’s plan is for each successive generation to prosper better in every area of their lives. It is a cycle that starts with one generation and is passed down to the next. After struggling so much financially as a young married couple, loving and faithful to God, Dr. Brown began to seek the truth of God’s Word to break the spirit mentality of spiritual and natural lack and generational curses from my mother’s and father’s house. The post 2020? and Breaking the Poverty Mindset by Dr. Marietta Brown appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
39 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
052. Using Story to Support your Brand
Connie’s motivational quotes for today is by – Ann Handley “Good content isn’t about storytelling. It’s about telling a true story well.” Check Out These Highlights: It’s funny to look back and view the various accomplishments we have mastered in life. COVID turned everything n it’s head, yes for me too. One of those things I never thought I would have accomplished was writing a book and have it hit #1 International Best Seller. What a great experience that was for me last July. Since having experienced becoming a #1 International Best-Selling author, I now believe everyone has a story inside of them. More importantly, your story may be what you need to get more business. Are you a business and leader and do you think you need to understand why using a story is so important for your branding? What might a story do for you as a business owner? What does a business leader need to do to write a book? So many questions and in the next 30 minutes we will answer all of them! About Richelle wiseman: Richelle Wiseman has been a professional writer with her own communications company for over 20 years. She started as a journalist and has been writing marketing content for the past decade. Richelle is also a Book Coach, Editor, and Ghostwriter. How to Get in Touch With Her new program is called “Write Your Book Now.” Email: Richelle@richellewiseman.com Website: https://Richellewiseman.com Stalk me online! Heart-Centered Sales Leader Facebook group: tinyurl.com/HSCLFacebookGroup Website: https://whitmanassoc.com/ Connie’s #1 International Bestseller Book – ESP (Easy Sales Process): 7-Step to Sales Success: https://whitmanassoc.com/resources/ Download Free Communication Style Assessment: www.whitmanassoc.com/csa Subscribe and listen to the Heart-Centered Sales Leader Podcast on your favorite podcast streaming service or on YouTube. New episodes post every Monday on webtalkradio.net – listen to Connie dive into new sales and business topics or problems you may have in your business. The post 052. Using Story to Support your Brand appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
40 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
Emotional Masculinity with Tyran Mowbray
Men, this show is for you. Let’s open up your relationships to a whole new way of being, communicating your needs and hearing the needs of your partner. Learn to be your own man! Today Laurie is joined by Tyran Mowbray, a man who went from a party boy to a man with heart. Tyran shares about his journey of self-destruction to empowerment and learning to express vulnerability and ferocious love. Additionally, he talks about his training programs for men and why they are so important. Link – https://www.tyranmowbray.com/ The post Emotional Masculinity with Tyran Mowbray appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
46 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
What is Defi? Why Do You Need to Pay Attention to It? Interview with Anthony Bertolino
What is decentralized finance? Why do you need to pay attention to it? I’m really excited about this conversation because we get to talk about one of my favorite topics, finances! On this week’s show you’ll learn the ins and outs of decentralized finance from Anthony Bertolino. Things are changing rapidly in this space and you may be surprised to learn some of the ways you can leverage these changes for your benefit. Anthony and I touch on the core of what defi is, how it’s impacting the marketplace and how you can invest in crypto in your IRA. Anthony gives a lot of great insight into what is going on in this space and how you can take advantage of it to free yourself financially. If you’re new to defi or even if you’ve been around it for awhile, there is something in this episode for everyone to learn. More about Anthony: Anthony brings 7+ years of cross disciplinary experience in Strategy, Customer Support, Sales and Marketing. He is focused on expanding the iTrust brand through strategic partnerships while helping ensure clients receive a memorable experience at every touchpoint. He studied Blockchain Technology at the University of California, Berkeley and is passionate about building early fundamental investment theses for crypto assets and their associated networks. You can connect with Anthony on Twitter at https://twitter.com/iDecentralized and https://twitter.com/iTrustCapital and also at www.iTrustCapital.com.The book mentioned in this episode is How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World. If you liked this interview, here are some ways to support my work:Get your free copy of My Personal Awakening Map to start creating the reality YOU desire! 1. Help me keep the podcast going by donating: https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemont2. Invest in yourself with my Create What You Speak Academy: http://createwhatyouspeak.com3. Sign up for my newsletter: https://sloanefreemont-68049.subscribemenow.com/4. Join my Telegram Channel: https://t.me/createwhatyouspeak5. Leave a positive review for the show in your favorite podcast player: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/13693882676. Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast player: https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemont7. Comment on this episode and let me know what you liked and what you learned8. Share https://cointr.ee/sloanefreemont with your friends and on social media so others can listen to the show9. Read and share articles I’ve published: https://www.publish0x.com/create-what-you-speak?a=jnegL2n3aw&tid=sloanefreemont.com10. Connect on Minds: https://www.minds.com/register?referrer=sloanefreemont11. Connect on Gab: https://gab.com/sloanefreemont12. Join my Gab Group: gab.com/groups/2531513. Connect on Gab TV: https://tv.gab.com/channel/sloanefreemont14. Connect on Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@sloanefreemont:515. Connect on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/sloanefreemont/16. Contact me with any questions, suggestions or comments: Sloanefreemont@pm.me The post What is Defi? Why Do You Need to Pay Attention to It? Interview with Anthony Bertolino appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
29 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
TWISTED ROOTS, STANDING TALL: My Journey to Heal, Learn, and Rise from the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Anne de Nada
Childhood sexual abuse is the most traumatic of all wounds, for it is a betrayal at the very root of our being. It turns us against ourselves in such a way that, more often than not, victims become convinced that the fault is theirs. To find a way back from that injury, to prevail and rise above it, is to do the seemingly impossible. In Twisted Roots, Standing Tall, the author recounts her long dance from the darkness of the soul into the love and light of an open heart, as she courageously heeds her soul’s insistence and clears away her legacy of trauma from both infant sexual abuse and incest. Born into both emotional and economic poverty, the author’s early life consisted of many obstacles and challenges. But she never gave up. She continually trusted in her own guidance, being rewarded with insight and wisdom. Whenever it felt like her life was not flowing, she took that as a sign that it was time to do more healing, clearing away the trauma that lay embedded deep in cellular memory. Anne’s story speaks to the gift of grace and the indomitable courage of the human heart. As she continued to heal, she discovered many essential truths about life. Among them is that we are never given something we cannot handle. Life is about manifesting the deepest desires of our hearts, and that the thing we most fear is our own greatness. The author’s philosophy rests on two tenets: 1. Exploring One’s Inner Landscape Exploring one’s inner landscape allows us to awaken ourselves and discover our genius and create our true potential. 2. Facilitating and Validating the Healing Journey Facilitating and confirming the healing journey from trauma allows one to travel a path to discover their greatest gift-the gift of validating our own self. We each are our own creators of our lives moving towards happiness or its opposite. The post TWISTED ROOTS, STANDING TALL: My Journey to Heal, Learn, and Rise from the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Anne de Nada appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
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