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This podcast for yogis, yoga teachers and wellness professionals provides cutting edge practical living and business wisdom for vibrant health combining ayurvedic philosophy, raw foods, wild edible plants, conscious business practices and practical tools for optimizing your healthcare and business for you and your modern yoga family.

Progressive and informed from ancient evolutionary wisdom, Cate Stillman conducts expert in depth interviews with experts in yoga, ayurveda, conscious entrepreneurship, eating raw, living foods and progressive family living. This podcast is packed with Cate's passionate workshops, conversations and uber practical yoga classes that makes an impact on how you feel, what you do, what you think and talk about and ultimately how you show up in the world! Join the Yogahealer community at yogahealer.com

Yogahealer Podcast Cate Stillman

    • Alternative Therapien

This podcast for yogis, yoga teachers and wellness professionals provides cutting edge practical living and business wisdom for vibrant health combining ayurvedic philosophy, raw foods, wild edible plants, conscious business practices and practical tools for optimizing your healthcare and business for you and your modern yoga family.

Progressive and informed from ancient evolutionary wisdom, Cate Stillman conducts expert in depth interviews with experts in yoga, ayurveda, conscious entrepreneurship, eating raw, living foods and progressive family living. This podcast is packed with Cate's passionate workshops, conversations and uber practical yoga classes that makes an impact on how you feel, what you do, what you think and talk about and ultimately how you show up in the world! Join the Yogahealer community at yogahealer.com

    Stress & Spirituality

    Stress & Spirituality

    Is negative stress holding you back? Check out the podcast to free yourself from this pattern and invite your identity to evolve.
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: Negative stress vs. positive stress. How the five layers of self interact and inform each other. Why living in rhythm with the habits enable spiritual growth.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode: Order Cate Stillman's new book "Master of You" Have a conversation  
    Show Highlights: Cate describes the qualities of the spirit and intuitive bodies. Cate addresses the problem with sticky technology. Cate talks about serving others with a surplus of energy.  
    Timestamps:  6:05 The five layers of self: spirit, intuition, mind, energy, and physical body. 7:45 Asking your spirit what it wants to awaken intuition.  11:17 Asking your body what it wants to awaken desire. 19:16 Freeing yourself from negative stress patterns. 23:09 Waking up rejuvenated with the dawn. 25:37 The connection between meditation and stress. 34:21 The Bodhisattva Vow.  
    Favorite Quotes: “When someone is grounded and living in the rhythm of life, what the yogis would call an alignment through Dinacharya, to the daily rhythm, what happens is they become strong.  They become mentally strong and physically strong, and they become able to take on more. Taking on more is positive stress, and it leads to adaptability and it leads to increased levels of resilience. Negative stress is stuff that is degenerative.” - Cate Stillman “Degeneration creates this lack of integrity, where we’re out of integrity with the life force itself and we’re out of integrity with our day to day life. When this happens, when we’re out of integrity with our own time or out of integrity with our own need for deep sleep or very deep nourishment, cellularly what happens is confusion and degeneration.” - Cate Stillman  “You get a sense of who you want to become next from spirit. When we look at spirituality and stress, when we have so much negative stress, we can’t explore the next level of spiritual development.” - Cate Stillman “If we understand the pattern we can say, oh who I am is not the pattern. Who I am is the one who can see that pattern. And then ask spirit ‘what do you want right now’, and start to pivot my actions. As soon as I pivot my actions I’m actually pivoting how I appear in the world. I’m pivoting habits.” - Cate Stillman  “In this post modern age that we’re in right now, what tends to get the most attention is the mind. We pay more attention to our mind, which is less evolved. That monomyakosha is less evolved or in synch with (that’s all I really mean by evolved) in rhythm with, in synch with, in connection with intuition and spirit.” - Cate Stillman  “Many of us need to move our bodies to access spirit.” - Cate Stillman “Check in with, what does my spirit want to experience today? And to allow your identity to evolve. This is the work that we do in the courses at YogaHealer.” -  Cate Stillman

    • 39 Min.
    Stress & Mindset

    Stress & Mindset

    What is success? Tune into the podcaste for the Ayurvedic take on mindset, stress and changing your thought patterns.
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: What mindset is in Ayurveda. How to define success. How the habits dissolve stress.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode: FREE conversation to Awaken your Deeper Dreams Order Cate Stillman's new book "Master of You"   Show Highlights: Cate shares her definition of success. Cate talks about sleep deficit disorder as it relates to aligned behaviour. Cate offers simple practices to shed stress.  
    Timestamps:  2:30 Mind explained as wisdom, intuition and energy bodies.   6:42 Making aligned decisions by acknowledging your crutches and your story. 9:10 Defining success with Ahamkara.  13:02 Allowing rest and rejuvenation.  
    Favorite Quotes:  “So when we look at what's happening with stress and the vijnanamaya kosha, we're talking about not making decisions in alignment with what we want. Because we always want towards the good, the true, and the beautiful. We always want towards ananda. That's vijnana's job, to point our awareness in that direction. But say we've designed our life circumstances in such a way that we don't get to do what we want. There's a story behind that. And we can spend a lot of time trying to dissolve the story behind that or we can get totally obsessed in the story. But what matters is that we don't perpetuate the story. That we don't take actions in alignment with that story.” - Cate Stillman “ We practice the pattern of dissolving the pattern. And we practice allowing these deeper waves of desire to come through.” - Cate Stillman “Any crutch that is disrupting focus or ease is perpetuating the stress pattern.”  - Cate Stillman “So the way you change that anxiety thought pattern is by exhaling. By getting on the mat, by getting on the cushion, unwinding the pattern. By feeling your own fatigue and moving in a way, breathing in a way that starts to release that fatigue.” - Cate Stillman 

    • 19 Min.
    Transforming Chaos to Order

    Transforming Chaos to Order

    Do you want more order in life? Join us on the podcast to transform chaos into order and experience higher happiness and harmony.
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: How the habits and a ritualized life reinforce order and dinacharya. The law of the increase. Why specificity is important in transforming chaos to order.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode:  
    Order Cate Stillman's new book "Master of You" Have a conversation  
    Show Highlights: Cate reflects that when she first learned the habits, so couldn’t easily do them. Cate reads from Jordan Peterson’s book 12 Rules For Life. Cate asks listeners to investigate why you want more order this week, and to be specific!  
    Timestamps:  4:59 Dinacharya is a prerequisite to experience dharma and moksha. 10:42 Cate reads from The 12 Rules of Life. 19:41 Specificity as key to reaching your goal. 20:48 Turning chaos to order through meditation and sitting in silence.  
    Favorite Quotes: “Like increases like and the opposites reduce each other. So confusion increases confusion, chaos increases chaos.” - Cate Stillman “We’re not aligning these habits to say that we can do it, or for somebody else's approval, or to be a good girl, or good yogi or good yoga teacher. You’re doing it because there’s just a respect to the order of life. And you want more from life. That’s why you do it. You want to live a bigger life.” - Cate Stillman “Having a commitment to these habits as non-negotiables for the rest of your life - and I’m not saying 100% all the time, at all. Aim for a solid B minus but get consistently better at that. Kaizen that B minus over time - is that you should experience more and more predictables. More and more order that lead to better and better things in your life.” - Cate Stillman  If you try to have a goal like, I want to feel better, it’s not specific enough. So you can’t take very specific actions to get there. You can’t test and see.” - Cate Stillman

    • 25 Min.
    Stress & Digestion

    Stress & Digestion

    Let’s talk stress and digestion. Tune into the podcast for the Ayurvedic perspective and to learn about doshic imbalances in the GI tract.
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: Why stress causes GI problems. How to identify dosha imbalances in your gut.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode: Order Cate Stillman's new book "Master of You" Have a conversation  
    Show Highlights: Cate asks listeners to squeeze their anus. Cate explains the three phases of digestion. Cate gets to the root cause of stress.  
    Timestamps:  6:04 The art of the sigh. 11:32 Parts of the G.I tract and their corresponding doshas. 15:54 Vata imbalance and pain due to lack of upana vayu. 16:40 Pitta imbalance and pain due to hyperacidity. 20:02 Stress and the koshas. 23:37 Excess kapha in the gastrointestinal tract.  
    Favorite Quotes: “When we start to think of the digestive tract as more of a snake, whose tongue is our tongue, and whose anus is our anus, and that that great carrying channel, that Maha Vaha Srotas, is responsible for what becomes us and what supports us, and what is no longer needed. And so the choice maker, the awareness as choice maker, about what even enters in the five senses, if that choice maker is not relaxed, intuitively attuned, what will happen are bad choices. And bad choice dull down the intelligence of this snake.” - Cate Stillman  “If we’re asking the question about stress and digestion we have to get to the root of stress. We already know that stress causes us to make bad choices. Like, good choices, smart choices for the very very short term are usually anti-choices for the long term. Against our long term desires. So with stress we want to look at why we are out of rhythm. What do we really want? That questions of what do we really want to eat, what do we really want to taste, what do we really want to digest, what do we really want to absorb. What do we most deeply want to know in this life? And if our day-to-day schedule isn’t aligned to that, to the who we want to be next, to the what we want to become next, like in real action, in real day to day shifting, evolving, how we use our time, more and more in alignment with what we want, we’re going to have stress. Because we’re living against our intuition.” - Cate Stillman “The rhythm of life is the rhythm of communication.” - Cate Stillman  “Our intuition is lead by what feels good. It’s lead by desire. Because more good on the deepest level, is not superficial good. It’s not chocolate cake all the time.” - Cate Stillman

    • 31 Min.
    New Year’s Dharma Workshop

    New Year’s Dharma Workshop

    What do you desire? Unearth buried dreams in the New Years Dharma Workshop with Cate and awaken where you want to go next!
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: Identify your desires, frustrations, recurring issues. How to own who you’ve been in the past. Unearth how you want to feel, what you want to know and who you want to hang out with.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode: Order Cate Stillman's new book "Master of You" Have a conversation  
    Show Highlights: Cate gets ruthlessly honest about what she believes. Cate explains the image of the spiral, where the future is bigger, brighter and more aligned.  Cate shares her ambition for the year ahead to double her income and work 30 hours a week.  
    Timestamps:  9:20 The reason Western women might feel disconnected from their intuition and raised to mistrust their inner guidance. 28:16 What are your recurring issues? Reflect on where you’re out of integrity around your to-do list, money, relationships, home environment, at work or daily habits. 30:02 Tapasya and the hard work of practice to accomplish growth. 44:14 Why Cate believes you are your best investment.  
    Favorite Quotes:  “I believe dharma or purpose unfolds in chapters, in waves, and in sets. And this to me is really super important because if we’ve come to dharma from a perspective of you have to have 1 BIG THING to do here in your life, it can be quite overwhelming. It can make the process of understanding your next aligned actions seem scary, big and that you can get it wrong. It can seem like it’s too hard to handle, too big to manage.” - Cate Stillman “There’s the pulsation of action, and there’s the pulsation of reflection.” - Cate Stillman  “What do you want? And what are you frustrated by? Think of these elements of life; your home, your body, your ambition, your time and your experience of flow. When we’re in integrity in all aspects of our life we experience flow.” Cate Stillman “You can even take a deathbed perspective. What would an accomplished life be for you? And I would even go a bit beyond your wildest dreams. If we go back to the buried dreams, what would unfettered you accomplish in this lifetime? And of that, what seems the most up in this next chapter, in this next set of waves. What are you here to do, when your light is fully shining, when you’ve chosen to support yourself with the right people to get it done. I believe your potential matters. I believe what you want to accomplish matters. In the grandest version, and also in the next version.” Cate Stillman “In order to accomplish what you said you want to accomplish, what do you need to know? And this is the time to not be cocky. This is the time to not assume you already know how to do what you need to do to accomplish what you want to accomplish. It’s the time to deeply start questioning ‘do I really have what it takes to do what I want to accomplish?’ And if not, what do I probably need to know in order to do that. And again there’s no shame, no guilt, there’s none of that. It’s just honesty.” - Cate Stillman “There’s a belief in yoga that you are completely free. It’s the highest belief of yoga. That who you are is unbound. When we live in that way, like, I could have as much time as I want, I could have as much money as I want, I could have as much bliss as I want. As much joy, as much ease, as much impact. When we’re attuned to that we’re attuned to who we are at our essence.” - Cate Stillman

    • 57 Min.
    Ayurveda, Stress, and Sleep

    Ayurveda, Stress, and Sleep

    Do you want to sleep deeper at night? Learn the ‘Aaaahh’ breath and my other tips for relieving stress on today’s podcast.
     
    What you’ll get out of tuning in: What you need to go into a deep sleep. Why exhaling is important for sleep. How the habits can help us release the pattern of fear.  
    Links Mentioned in Episode: FREE conversation to Awaken your Deeper Dreams Yogahealer website  
    Show Highlights: Cate talks about yoga, practice and exercise shifting her state of consciousness. Cate teaches the ‘Aaaahh’ breath. Cate describes the benefit of rocking your spine before bed.  
    Timestamps:  7:23 Apana life force energy and anxiety. 9:20 Opening the lungs to exhale and digest. 11:40 Bedtime practice for unwinding and dropping deeper into your breath.  
    Favorite Quotes: “Often there’s a level of just being in flight or flight since in utero. Since the beginning. And so when that happens we really want to understand ‘why do I fundamentally not have the ability to really relax and feel safe?’ Because if we don’t have that then these deeper levels of sleep are going to plague us.” - Cate Stillman “If the practice does anything, if shift in the state of consciousness does anything, it helps us realize we’re apatterned. That we’re not the pattern, that we’re not any of the patterns we’re currently in. We’re not any of the patterns we are currently choosing, whether we’re choosing them consciously or from the subconscious, from repetition.” - Cate Stillman “Deep sleep is the exhale. The day is the inhale, new life. Exhale is the dissolution. The dissolving of your self-sense. The dissolving of who you think you are. The dissolving of the pattern into the unpatterned.” - Cate Stillman “If you can’t sleep you are arrhythmic. You’re out of the rhythm of consciousness. It leads to disease. The opposite, living in synch, in rhythm, in cycle leads to ease. And that’s the choice.” - Cate Stillman

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