50 episodes

Do you want to share the Inside-Out understanding (the 3Ps) but you don't know where to start?

This podcast series is dedicated to helping you find your own authentic voice.

If you're a coach, change-worker -or if you work in education or an organisation - then this podcast is for you.

Check out more at www.innnercompassguide.com

Inner Compass Liz Scott

    • Health & Fitness

Do you want to share the Inside-Out understanding (the 3Ps) but you don't know where to start?

This podcast series is dedicated to helping you find your own authentic voice.

If you're a coach, change-worker -or if you work in education or an organisation - then this podcast is for you.

Check out more at www.innnercompassguide.com

    IC 22 Freedom from Depression

    IC 22 Freedom from Depression

    Andrew Bridgewater knows all about depression. He suffered a severe bout of depression and burn out when he was in his mid forties. It left him in a psychiatric hospital for 5 weeks.
    At the time of his depression he was a qualified psychologist which baffled him. How could someone who had studied the mind and who knew so much about mental illness end up with depression?
    He’s now fully recovered and supporting others as an author, speaker and stress relief coach.
    You can find out more about Andrew at his website www.andrewbridgewater.com

    • 21 min
    IC 21 Domestic Abuse - From Fear to Love

    IC 21 Domestic Abuse - From Fear to Love

    When Debra Simmons escaped an abusive relationship she thought her problems would be over.
    However when the relationship with her children began to suffer she saw fresh problems emerge.
    It was only when she came across her Inner Compass (through the Three Principles) that he began to realise that she was lost in a world of thought. She also realised that she had been trying to find something in her relationships to make her feel fulfilled:
    “I saw that my insecurity came from this place that I lacked something and I needed someone else to love me to complete me. So from that place I went into a relationship trying to be loveable trying to get something I hadn’t got.”
    Join Debra Simmons in this heart warming interview as she explains her journey from living a life of fear and insecurity to living in freedom, love and laughter.

    • 23 min
    IC 20 Hope from a Psychiatrist

    IC 20 Hope from a Psychiatrist

    What if there is a new take on mental illness?
    What if the medical profession began to see beyond the diagnosis and labels? 
    One psychiatrist Dr Rani Bora, offers real hope to her patients.
    Rather than focus on the transient thoughts and feelings, Rani wants her patients to see something that is beyond words.
    She points to the deeper essence and intuitive knowing that there is more to life.
    Several years ago she had a personal realisation about herself. She realised that she wasn't broken.
    This has become an important message in her practice. Now she helps her patients see that they are 'lost' rather than 'broken'.
    "Sometimes they get lost for short term and sometimes they can get lost for a long time but they’re never broken"
    Website www.drsranisuraj.com
    Facebook – www.facebook.com/drsranisuraj

    • 26 min
    IC 19 Inside Out Christianity

    IC 19 Inside Out Christianity

    What's the missing piece from the message of Christianity? That was the question Lizzie Paish kept asking herself.
    When she came across the Inside-Out understanding, the Christian message began to resonate more fully for her. She saw that the philosophy of Inside Out which is 'to look within' is something that is also present (but often missed) in the Bible.
    Bible passages have now taken on fresh energy as Lizzie continues to look within.
    For example, the Bible often says ‘Do not be afraid’ or ‘Fear not’. Lizzie sees this as reminding us that when we live in fear we are forgetting who we are.  We forget we are connected to a spiritual essence.
    In this fascinating and frank interview Liz and Lizzie explore Christianity through the lens of the Inner Compass understanding.

    • 24 min
    IC 18 Transforming School Wellbeing

    IC 18 Transforming School Wellbeing

    Russell Pearson is the Deputy Head at an Exeter primary school. He is acutely aware that mental health is a key issue in all schools. He’s determined not to provide a tokenistic approach to wellbeing. He doesn’t want to provide tick-box staff meetings or training sessions.
    In this podcast Russell shares his own wellbeing journey. He also explores three areas that have made a big difference to him.
    That he was seeing life through a lens. That lens was his thinking. It was a huge eye-opener to discover that no two people experience the same situation in the same way. In other words everyone sees the world through their thinking and not the way it actually is.
    The fluid nature of feelings. Feelings go up and down and they are a symptom of thinking. Feelings are giving feedback on the world ‘out there’ feelings just let you know what you’re thinking in the moment. Wisdom, resilience and resourcefulness is innate. This is probably the key area for Russell. Rather than see wellbeing as something he has to make time to catch or find, he now sees it as his default setting. He clearly sees that everyone is resilient – regardless of the mood they or he is in.  

    • 23 min
    IC 17 - More Than You Think You Are

    IC 17 - More Than You Think You Are

    Stuart Newberry is a wellbeing coach, pointing people towards universal consciousness and oneness. His message is 'you are more than you think you are.'
    It's a far cry from his former role as a police Detective Superintendent, dealing with some of the most serious crimes in Devon and Cornwall.
    What happened?
    In this podcast Stu talks about:
    his time in Devon and Cornwall police and how he remembers it with great fondness. He retired in 2004. working on challenging cases, like murders, rapes and serious assaults. It was a time of hard work, long hours and he witnessed the worst of human behaviour. But it was also a time of tremendous satisfaction, working with dedicated teams and people. how some of the assumptions he had about criminals began to look different. Rather than see criminals as fundamentally bad people, he realised that these were people that were believing thinking in the moment. They were taking thought as an instruction to behave a certain way, they didn't realise that thinking is transient and shifts. Now as Stu looks forward in his work as a coach, he realises more than ever that his clients are usually looking in the wrong place for wellbeing. They often forget that they are more than they think they are.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

Stu Newberry ,

Professional and engaging

The quality of the discussion tells me this new podcast series is worth fresh and exciting.
In the first, Ian Watson is so engaging in his explanation of the Inside Out understanding and Kathy Rablah, a teacher and mother, explore the possibilities and hope for young people suffering with mental health issues.

Wonderfully held together by Liz Scott, this series promises a new perspective on so many different areas that consume our lives.

Jack2975 ,

Inspiring

This is such a professional podcast, Liz's experience in radio shines through in how she facilitates this conversation. The passions of both speakers shines through. Anyone interested in mental health and well-being should give this a listen.

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