The podcast is about using spiritual wisdom, insights, principles, & practices to integrate & embody into our lives in a practical way.
Guests share the story of their spiritual journey as well as how their spiritual beliefs, insights, and practices have helped them live a better life. These life stories help others better understand and accept life’s challenging opportunities for learning, expansion, and growth. I will be bringing forth the Teachings of Shaltazar and explaining how these higher truths can be used to change lives in a positive way.
During the "Ask Coach Jeffrey" episodes, Jeffrey answers questions he gets asked repeatedly during his sessions and questions submitted by the listeners. Jeffrey's unique style of coaching encompasses a practice of intuition, acceptance and empowerment, to guide listeners toward significant and meaningful change.
The Jeffrey Eisen Podcast is all about integrating Spiritual wisdom into your life in a practical way.
Embracing Not Knowing
This week’s conversation centers around change. At this time of year when resolutions to “start anew”are plentiful, Jeffrey reminds us that resolutions rarely work because the mind’s anticipation of the change rarely equates to the change which ultimately occurs. Better perhaps to form intentions whereby we are open to everything and attached to nothing, giving ourselves permission to accept that we don’t know how the future will play out, only that we will get through whatever comes our way.
Surrendering to the Learning
This week, Jeffrey and Mark discuss the proactive vs. inspirational modalities of spiritual learning and the idea that we are all both students as well as each other’s teachers at different points along the evolutionary continuum. Wisdom is knowledge applied, and our life experiences offer us an opportunity to learn and grow if we are willing to release resistance to the discomfort attendant with those experiences and instead view them as important lessons to aid our learning and growth.
Reinventing the Holidays
As we enter that festive season of lights, decorations, gift giving, and celebrations, it’s easy to fall back into old habits and customs surrounding the holidays which have served us in the past. This year, the pandemic is forcing us to release our attachments to those nostalgic longings, break from our routines, and consciously reevaluate what it is we are truly seeking from the season. This is our opportunity to keep that which raises our vibration and to release that which brings us down
Creative Writing with Michela Pasquali
Walking through forests, clambering over mountains, swimming in oceans. Visiting far-away lands is something Michela cherishes most in life, next to her amazing and talented husband, Kevin, and their incredibly beautiful 12-year-old son, Rowan. She loves writing about their travels, her inner journey and the occasional piece of fiction including poems, short stories and a novel she’s in no hurry to finish and publish.
Surrendering to Multi-Dimensionality
As we traverse that point in the northern hemisphere where our days are getting shorter and our clocks are running backwards, we tend to become more acutely aware of our relationship with time. In this episode, Jeffrey and Mark discuss the way we perceive time and how most of us measure our waking hours by our productivity. They go on to suggest that to experience multidimensionality, we must let go of the mind’s limited accounting of time and instead surrender to our moments of timelessness.
This week’s conversation takes a turn toward the controversial as Jeffrey and Mark delve into the spiritual implications of the recent US election and whether who wins really matters as much as how we as individuals respond. Just as conflict is often the genesis of peace, so could the widespread divisiveness which characterized the election become the motivating factor behind our unification, not as members of particular political parties, but as brothers and sisters of the human race.