AIRED LIVE JANUARY 28th Many people will not speak their message, create their art or live into their vision. Why? How is it that we get sidetracked even when we’ve promised ourselves not to die with our music inside?
Author/novelist Steven Pressfield delights us this week with his honest and motivational wisdom about breaking out of our own barriers and challenging the most critical opponent in the persuit of creative expression…. our self.
We are all looking for the magic bullet, THE formula that will finally lead us to everything we desire in life: great relationships, a sense of happiness and peace, and a feeling that we are living fully and alive. That 'formula' is actually a complete paradigm shift to a new understanding of how it is that we create our experience of the world.
Jamie and I talk about The Three Principles as that paradigm shift and how each of us has a natural state of wellbeing that can never be threatened. Who you are is beyond your thinking. And Happiness, Success and great relationships are the result of this understanding taking root in each of us.
Jamie Smart, one of the world's finest Neuro-Linguistic Programming trainers, and CEO of Salad Ltd focuses on teaching the Three Principles (of Mind, Consciousness and Thought) for understanding the human experience.
Broadcasting Live on Friday, October 8th, 10 am Pacific
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Jennifer Louden, the Comfort Queen, breaks down all the persnickety, pesky sides of perfectionism. If you are trying to be Martha Stewart, Oprah Winfrey, and the Dalai Lama, all rolled into one, this show will help you to take a break from doing it all and get on to what matters to you and just being who you are. Ahhh.
Jennifer Louden is the contemporary voice of women's comfort -- a best-selling author, personal coach, speaker and social commentator who provides women with the information, inspiration, and tools to create lives they love. She is the author of The Woman's Comfort Book, (and lots more great books).
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Broadcast Live on Friday, September 10, 10 am Pacific Listen or download the archive show here After the live broadcast, you can listen via the arrow or right click on the link above and save. (You'll see a blue 'play' arrow when the archive link goes live - usually within a few hours after the live show. Refresh your page to check it. Give us a couple hours to upload the archive after the show : ) ** Also on iTunes! click here
I talk with Jason Lee Mitchell on the power of "sharing presence" as we explore the variety of human connection –not just with others but also with ourselves.
This is a very beautiful hour discovering the power of presence and Jason is truly committed to help people create and strengthen their human connections. He talks about why experiencing our openness creates less fear - not more.
Jason teaches ‘Sharing Presence’ Workshops in London, and around the globe. Using his background in film and theatre, he now dedicates his life to Sharing Presence workshops and writing as a medium to inspire each of us to share our true self in a way that is in harmony with life.
Don Goewey, author of Mystic Cool, talks about how spiritual insights, neuroscience and psychology come together. He gave tips for ending stress with two simple techniques including his "Clear Button".
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If you have ever tried to quit smoking/lose weight/get up on time or definitely not date that person who is very bad for you... but then do it anyway... Then you will want to get to know Lindsay Brady.
Lindsay has spent 40 years as a hypnotherapist and Perceptionist, his work has taught him the real truth about the Mind/Brain connection. We talk about why your brain won't listen and how to get more cooperation! I mean, if you want to, that is ;)
Recently I've been testing the idea that 'suffering is optional' to see if it's more than a soundbite. I've found some interesting things. One that suffering is, actually, a choice. And two, that despite that, painful things do happen. I can see that sounds like a contradiction, so in the show I retrace how I learned to meet my thoughts with understanding and to loosen my mind from the grip of repetitive thinking.
I promised to post the ways you can get more familiar with your witness, from Wayne Dyer's Your Sacred Self (paraphrased in some sentences) Here you go:
Notice the noticer.
As you notice the noticer, remind yourself you cannot be hurt or suffer in any way. (you have a body, but you are not your body)
Use this affirmation: "In my world, nothing ever goes wrong".
When you find yourself troubled say: "I am more than what bothers me"
Open to the idea that this will work for you - you've been conditioned to belief that your body is the essence of your humanity.
Don't evaluate your progress at noticing the witness
Practice new kinds of self talk. (You'd never say, "I am my broken leg"!) so let the noticer say "I am that which owns this body..."
Practice observing thought 30 minutes a day
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What you talk about builds the house you live in. Ever catch yourself saying "Oh, I'm not good at that"?
I've had many clients tell me they can't manage this or that based on having never really tried it. We bust right through those to incredible new places. How? Because they are just lies. They are lies that we install as the windows in our house. Through these lies we view the world outside: a limited place of ever decreasing possibility. It doesn't have to be this way.
Does it feel different to be looking forward to a year ahead rather than counting the days to the end? There's a subtle shift, isn't there? Whether you believe a new year is a total clean slate or just another day - it still seems like like change is afoot somehow.
Or maybe that is just me!!
I spent New Year doing something I've never done before: December 31st I was alone on a reflective retreat. On the show I share with you what I did, what I packed and what I learned and how you can apply 5 principles of change to any change in your life.
Close Out by choosing consciously and releasing
Spend time in gratitude by making lists of what you appreciate and where you got it right
Forgive and Release. No matter how hard you try, it is impossible to be grateful and depressed -Robert Holden from his perpetual calendar
Open to the New. Don't just reset your system, get the upgrade.
Visioning & Goalsetting. Do it so it works, don't just create another TO DO list. (To avoid the 'goals-of-death' you can always contact me for some coaching).