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✨ Practical wisdom & tools to help you create the unapologetic life you want, while enjoying the journey and growing efficiency and resilience.
💬 Multiple intelligences, embodiment, authentic relationships, private speaking and storytelling, creativity, effortless efficiency, playful exploration, awareness...

🤗 Occasional interviews.
😉 Constant humour, fierce love, and BS-free style.
🐘 Oh, and lots of elephant hugging.

🤯 The only podcast that 6x your intelligence!

Integrally Alive podcast (Sparkling life) Beyond Thinking, balanced & unapologetic life Claire Wild

    • Forme et santé

✨ Practical wisdom & tools to help you create the unapologetic life you want, while enjoying the journey and growing efficiency and resilience.
💬 Multiple intelligences, embodiment, authentic relationships, private speaking and storytelling, creativity, effortless efficiency, playful exploration, awareness...

🤗 Occasional interviews.
😉 Constant humour, fierce love, and BS-free style.
🐘 Oh, and lots of elephant hugging.

🤯 The only podcast that 6x your intelligence!

    You don't need superpowers to succeed

    You don't need superpowers to succeed

    What superpower do you use most?



    We are taught that we need to be super at all times, to perform at our best, exponential growth, etc. And yes, this approach allows us to make things happen, and big things.



    But it is also imbalanced, and as much as I love it, and I actually use it myself at times. But we also have to recognize this is just one side of the story, and we often forget the other side.

    This other side is not so much taught and talked about as the other super active side. So I think the "super" approach is great, and it's also unbalanced. And in the long run, this is completely counterproductive, because it works until it doesn't. 



    So this week is all about

    * superpowers

    * How much can you push the limits?

    * being human versus "super"

    * performance

    * multiple intellligence

    * rational mind and somatic mind

    * ...



    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/you-dont-need-superpowers-to-succeed-integrally-alive-podcast



    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 13 min
    You know you want to change? This hack will get you finally moving!

    You know you want to change? This hack will get you finally moving!

    Is knowledge, knowing that you need to change, enough to actually change?

    Spoiler alert: Not in my experience!



    Listen/read this episode if you want to know

    * the difference between knowledge and embodied awareness

    * learn how to make motivation last and bullet-proof

    * a counter-intuitive but very effective approach to quitting smoking

    * can change happen fast?

    * what is generative change

    * ...



    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/you-know-you-want-to-change-this-hack-will-get-you-finally-moving-integrally-alive-podcast/(opens in a new tab)



    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 14 min
    From peak flow state into long-term balance

    From peak flow state into long-term balance

    When we mention flow, we usually think about a peak experience moment. But then we see it as something that we would want at any time and always.

    I think it is setting ourselves up for failure, but also not helping us having more of these flow state experience.



    This week I'm sharing an ongoing exploration

    * the distinction between peak flow state vs long-term flow

    * how it relies on nervous system regulation

    * a simple exploration to start playing with bringing more flow in our daily life

    ...

    Life gets easier when we accept that we are humans. Not super-heroes, not super-humans... Just humans. That is already a lot.



    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/from-peak-flow-state-into-long-term-balance-integrally-alive-podcast



    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 9 min
    I’m not stressed, but it takes me two hours to fall asleep every night

    I’m not stressed, but it takes me two hours to fall asleep every night

    "I’m not stressed, but it takes me two hours to fall asleep every night."

    Doesn’t it sound contradictory?

    That person was very puzzled by the contrast:”I’m not stressed, I know that. But then why does it take me so long to fall asleep?”

    In this episode, we'll see why.

    * the difference between stress, anxiety

    * what means having an activated nervous system

    * basic sleep hygiene

    * a simple distinction about how the nervous system works

    * and how we can use to fall asleep quicker

    And if you know me, you guessed it: There is going to be some simple and effective embodied process to help with that.

    I love how we can use our somatic intelligence to help us calm down the intellect and basically live a more peaceful yet more energised life.





    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/im-not-stressed-but-it-takes-me-two-hours-to-fall-asleep-every-night-integrally-alive-podcast



    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 16 min
    Balance: It's not about juggling, it's about connection

    Balance: It's not about juggling, it's about connection

    A very common image we use to describe finding balance in life is juggling. And I just don’t think it’s helpful.



    I don’t know if you ever tried to juggle, but even if you eventually master the skill, it is still a lot of effort and concentration to do it. And even the best juggler can’t go forever. Sooner or later the balls will fall, or he will need to rest.



    What is the main problem with the juggling image? All the balls compete for your attention.

    And using this image leads to using the same behavior that put us in trouble in the first place.

    But even the best juggler can’t go forever. Sooner or later the balls will fall, or he will need to put them down.

    So what if the balls weren’t competing?



    That's why I explore this week, with a new, much more helpful, image for balance. Also, a super fancy word to use in cocktail parties. 😉️

    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/template-podcast-title-integrally-alive-podcast

    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 9 min
    Why unsolicited advice is not helpful (and what to do instead)

    Why unsolicited advice is not helpful (and what to do instead)

    What is the worst advice you ever got?

    I’m going to bet that it was probably unsolicited advice.



    Want to know a funny story? How about people trying to "help" me with my computer, not realising I worked as a web developer, so I used to be the one helping people with that.

    It is a bit less funny when it comes to more personal challenges. Like, don't get me started on the “Everything happens for a reason” lecture. Check the episode to know why I think this is spiritual BS. And also:

    * Why is it so upsetting to get unsolicited advice?

    * How can I still help?

    * And also find a way to telling someone to stop!



    ⚠ ⇒ click here for the SHOWNOTES: https://www.integrallyalive.com/why-unsolicited-advice-is-not-helpful-what-to-do-instead-integrally-alive-podcast

    And hop on my socials to share your thoughts, discoveries... Let's make this a conversation rather than a one-way sharing!

    • 9 min

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