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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

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.3 • 8 Ratings

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

    Endorse this climate initiative NOW and share!

    Endorse this climate initiative NOW and share!

    Podcast Intro:
    We are now experiencing extreme weather events and conditions predicted for 30 years or more. And this is just the beginning. This is the hour when Mother Nature gets rolling. 
    The important thing for people to realize is that the EPA has many levers under the Toxic Substances Control Act. For example, they can regulate the industry with a fee and dividend so that they charge taxes on the fossil fuel industry. And those taxes are 100% refunded to the public, based on the public's financial needs. 
    Dr. Lise Van Susteren is an expert on climate change's physical and psychological impacts and was behind implementing the Toxic Substances Control Act. Today, Cate and Lise Van Susteren will talk about the power of the Toxic Substances Control Act and its effect on large industries, how politics is hugely involved in protecting the environment, and the emotional effect on every individual.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How does Toxic Substance Control Act work? How large can the Toxic Substances Control Act affects industries? How the Politics block things, not the public? How do environmental problems affect an individual’s emotional state? Links/CTA:
    Sign the petition here >>> CPR Initiative All the FAQs about the petition >>> FAQs Read what Wash Post columnist Eugene Robinson wrote Leonardo DiCaprio With Elon Musk Deciding that carbon dioxide is a toxic substance defined by law would only be the first step. The EPA would have to formulate and implement rules that could, for example, impose a fee on carbon emissions and require companies to remove carbon from the atmosphere they have already expelled.
    But it’s all there in black and white in the Toxic Substances Control Act, which passed and was amended with bipartisan support. Textualists will have to tie themselves in knots to explain why the law’s words don’t mean what they clearly say.
    Highlights:
    Cate tells her story when she is at Carleton College in the year 1995. Cate tells her story about when she was in the Massachusetts high schools Cate tells her insights about Elon Musk’s Electric Cars Timestamps:
    [3:08] Toxic Substance Control Act [8:34] Scale of Industry [14:42] The Political World that blocks things [20:11] Growing Problem in emotional toll on individuals and community [22:46] Organization Cate started in Highschool [30:11]  Can the next administration reverse the Toxic Substances Control Act [31:16] What can people do [33:19] Elon Musk’s Electric Cars Quotes:
    Frankly, it's not the public so much anymore. It's the political world that is blocking things. And it's just a few people.  You get the people who care the most, are the most sensitive, and they'll become the most depressed and despondent on not wanting to reproduce.  If we want to change society, it's by connecting with the people that were connected to. So that's one of the key elements that people don't always realize.  We have the power to design the future the way we want, the way we know, and we should, ethically.  We're spending about $150 billion a year on cleanup. And suppose you take the national average inflation-adjusted. In that case, that's about three times the amount in the 40 years before the last five years and three times the annual amount we used to need to clean up after extreme weather. Guest Bio: Lise Van Susteren
    Dr. Lise Van Susteren is a general and forensic psychiatrist in Washington, DC, and an expert on the physical and psychological impacts of climate change. In 2011 she co-authored “The Psychological Effects of Global Warming on the U.S. – Why the US Mental Health System Is Not Prepared”. Van Susteren is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University and has been a consultant to the Executive Branch of the US government profiling world leaders.
    After receiving her medical degree from the University of Paris she practiced medicine in West Africa, at commun

    • 35 min
    Blood-Clotting Side-Effects from Covid MRNA Vaccines with Dr. Stephanie Seneff

    Blood-Clotting Side-Effects from Covid MRNA Vaccines with Dr. Stephanie Seneff

    Podcast Intro:
    Many individuals compare some of the long-term side effects people are experiencing to long-term COVID after receiving the vaccine. According to estimates, 30% of those who catch COVID develop a long COVID. But it's an unknown factor. 
    The countries where glyphosate is widely used are those where it accumulates in crops and enters the food chain. Glyphosate exposure, which we frequently experience, interferes with our immune system's ability to combat the virus. Everyone who received the vaccine is suffering from the same impact. If you have a strong immune system, you can handle the vaccine.
    Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a senior researcher at MIT and has been working on studies with mRNA vaccines. Today, Cate and Dr. Stephanie will talk about COVID, COVID vaccines, how food affects an individual’s immune system, and how glyphosate plays an essential role in agriculture.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How to tell the difference between longtail COVID symptoms and vaccine effects How glyphosate disrupts the innate immune system How spike protein starts damage within our body How vaccines make it worse How glyphosate plays an essential role in agriculture How vaccinated people can still shed virus How vaccinations impact fertility How do someone clear heavy periods and massive blood clots Links/CTA:
    Listen to other podcast episodes: What is Medicine? Why Americans Pay Too Much for Medical Care Exposed How to Thrive in a Pandemic? Get to know Stephanie Seneff via the links below: http://stephanieseneff.net International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research2(1), May 10, 2021 Page | 38Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19
    Innate immune suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes, and MicroRNAs
    Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate Is Destroying Our Health and the Environment Paperback – October 25, 2022 Highlights:
    Cate tells the story about how she goes to the mountain and eats wild plants Cate shares a story about dandelions weren’t picking up toxins from oil. Cate tells about her background in reading Eastern medicine. Timestamps:
    [2:28] The vaccine adverse event reporting system [4:44] Difference between longtail COVID symptoms and vaccine effects  [7:04] Can it affect menses in terms of blood clotting? [11:18] Is the virus worse than the vaccine? [17:13] Stress accelerates virus evolution [18:27] Natural food [27:39] What is the origin of the virus [30:18] Body Thrive [34:44] Can vaccinated people still shed virus to unvaccinated? [39:26] Pharmaceutical companies  [40:12] Effects of the vaccine on fertility [47:20] How can sulfur be used by people? [51:19] Reason for high obesity in America [54:25] Intermittent fasting and urine therapy [56:02] Freedom of speech as a scientist and funding Quotes:
    I've long believed that stress is an agent that induces accelerated evolution. It probably does. Through the viruses, once you have and have stress, your immune system is weak, and the viruses come in and take over. The herbs are so important. The American diet kind of ignores those things. It's just potato chips and hamburgers and soy protein bars. Nitrous oxide is 100 times worse than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas.  I think you need to have a healthy immune system if you've got a weak innate immunity. Everything's going to happen slower because you depend upon your immune cells to remove the things that are bad, and it's particularly the spike protein itself. Guest Bio: Stephanie Seneff
    Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and MS, EE, and Ph.D. degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science. She has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals and conferenc

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Emotional Inflammation in a Crazy World on a Sacred Planet with Dr. Lise Van Susteren

    Emotional Inflammation in a Crazy World on a Sacred Planet with Dr. Lise Van Susteren

    Podcast Intro:
    When it comes to climate change, we've all heard about droughts and flooding and the impact on agriculture and infrastructure from extreme weather events such as hurricanes. However, we may not hear as much about climate change's physical and mental health consequences.
    Natural disasters can negatively impact health and emotional well-being. People who are affected by extreme weather events and slow-moving disasters, such as droughts, face a wide range of challenges in their lives. Mental health repercussions of climate change events include mild stress and anguish, high-risk coping behaviors such as increased alcohol use, and occasionally mental disorders such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
    Dr. Lise Van Susteren is an expert on climate change's physical and psychological impacts. She earned her Ph.D. in Geography at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, and has been researching climate change since 2007. She has written several books on the subject, including The Heat Is On: The Science, Politics, and Solutions to Global Warming (2016) and The Climate Crisis: Dispatches from the Front Lines (2017). In this episode, she shares knowledge on climate change, how it affects the health of many people, and what actions we must take to get better.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    Take the online quiz here Links/CTA:
    Checkout the latest in Yogahealer Other related Yogahealer Podcast episodes: Cate Stillman on Microbiome, Ayurveda, Chronic Inflammation, Dysbiosis, Nitric Oxide, & Terrain Theory Vata, Pitta, Kapha: Inflammation and Disease in Ayurveda What If You're NOT Eating Organic? Highlights: 
    Cate shares her personality type Cate talks about the global economy and interconnected communities Cate shares about her upcoming book and recognition of living in harmony Timestamps:
    [1:41] Introduction [3:11] Global Mental Health [10:01] Degeneration Of Human Species [15:16] Economy [21:22] Leadership [24:38] Body Thrive [29:07] Spiritual Health [32:11] Stress [44:35] Reactor Types Quotes:
    “Our brains have gotten further and further away from the natural systems that define us, and that has caused an enormous amount of anxiety and self-destructive component to that anxiety.” “We are under pressure and will make decisions that may reflect our willingness to trade long-held values for promises of security.” “Perhaps Mother Nature has a much more elegant plan in mind, just to keep us from focusing on a particular theme of population reduction.” “It is our unified voice that changes the market forces that drive social norms and creates and reinforces the momentum that we require.” “I deal with anxiety by closing my eyes to the objections, persisting, and remembering that I will always have a few people on my side.” Guest: Dr. Lise Van Susteren
    Dr. Lise Van Susteren is a general and forensic psychiatrist in Washington, DC, and an expert on the physical and psychological impacts of climate change. In 2011 she co-authored "The Psychological Effects of Global Warming on the U.S. - Why the US Mental Health System Is Not Prepared". Van Susteren is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at George Washington University and has been a consultant to the Executive Branch of the US government profiling world leaders.
    After receiving her medical degree from the University of Paris she practiced medicine in West Africa, at community health centers and homeless shelters in metropolitan Washington DC. In addition to community organizing on climate issues, Van Susteren serves on the Boards of Earth Day Network, and Physicians for Social Responsibility and is a co-founder of "Climate Psychiatry Alliance," and “Climate Psychology Alliance – North America “, professional groups dedicated to promoting awareness and action on climate from a mental health perspective. Van Susteren is the expert witness on the psychological damages to

    • 50 min
    Evolve Men with Angus Nelson

    Evolve Men with Angus Nelson

    Podcast Intro:
    Men are expected to be strong and mighty. This causes them to keep everything to themselves, not wanting to appear weak. They often keep their emotions to themselves as they believe that they will be used against them once they show their weakness. This prevents them from being happy as they have to pretend what society has imposed on them and hide their feelings.
    In recent years, society has developed a variety of demands that require a variety of approaches. To meet these demands, men need to adapt. The process of understanding what needs to be done involves growth and development.
    Angus Nelson is a coach and the founder of Evolve Men Coaching. He is among the nation's leading performance strategists as he helps ambitious men achieve freedom, happiness, and purpose. In this episode, he shares his experience as a coach and his views and insights on the growth, development, and history of men in this lifetime.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    The Necessary Mindsets for Business, Marketing, Sales, or Life Discoveries After Divorce Coaching: What Is It, Why, And How Does It Work? Personal Growth & Development Fatherhood & Family Changing the face of modern manhood Leadership burnout Insights into the mind of a high-achieving man The art of ambition How do men and their ambitions bring negativity? How do we upgrade ourselves for personal growth and development? How do men change throughout the years? How does coaching in men works? What are the views and insights of a man? Links/CTA:
    See all other related podcasts in Yogahealer How to Build Community with Peter Block Psychedelics, Ayurveda, and Your Next Identity Evolution with Todd Caldecott Yoga for Men with Dean Pohlman Inquiry Practice on Your Beliefs on Healing, Goals, and Your Crossroads based Liminal Thinking Work of Dave Gray Check out related links on Angus Nelson https://www.evolvemen.us/  http://www.instagram.com/angusnelson  https://www.youtube.com/user/angusnelson  https://www.amazon.com/Loves-Compass-Recover-After-Relationship-ebook/dp/B0033AGPZ8  https://www.amazon.com/Liminal-Thinking-Create-Change-Changing/dp/1538407183 whatismymountain.com Highlights:
    Cate shares a story about her trip to Europe in the rooftop bars in Madrid Cate shares about the midlife crises of men and women Cate tells about an article on why Jewish girls succeed Timestamps:
    [0:48] Introduction [4:44] Men Stereotypes [7:28] Ambition [9:46] Leadership Burnout [12:08] Emotions [19:55] Personal Growth and Development [32:11] Trauma and Healthiness [34:05] Ignorance [38:47] Changes in Modern Manhood [44:39] Coaching in Men [51:44] Insights of a Man [56:56] Fear and Guilt [1:05:16] Final Message Quotes:
     “We refuse to share weakness, vulnerability, and transparency because we believe on some level in our business structure that someone is going to weaponize any kind of weakness that we show.”  “It's not that we pursue happiness because that will be fleeting. You're going to be chasing that all the time. It's filling your life with the things that naturally and effervescently give you happiness and joy.”  “Until a man knows who he is, he can never become or be anything outside of that.” “All that identity shifting we did in the beginning now brings about these new opportunities. Because you've upgraded yourself, you want to attract your brain and this equilibrium to attract these higher frequent levels, relationships, experiences, and opportunities.” “Just like everything else, we attract what we are. If we're trying to pursue these great and mighty things, what we find is that those great and mighty things are filled with emptiness. Because we're doing them out of the pursuit of validation.” “Transformation in your life is nothing more than having a context of tools that help you advance your understanding, yielding, and letting go.” “I'm giving myself permission, and that permission is all the power you need.” Gues

    • 1 hr 8 min
    How to Name Your Super Hero Self - An Hour Workshop with Cate Stillman

    How to Name Your Super Hero Self - An Hour Workshop with Cate Stillman

    Podcast Intro:
    Everyone has their own identity that is unique to themselves. But sometimes we find it hard to be our own selves, especially when trying to please everyone around us, even ourselves.
    In this episode, Cate talks about human identity and how changing your habits will affect your lifestyle and how you identify yourself. She also tackles the issues surrounding the topic and intertwines some of her own stories to fit the subject. Stay tuned!
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How do you change your habits? What will changing habits do for your lifestyle and identity? How do you know who you’re choosing to be? What does it feel like to not need to be a perfectionist? Links/CTA:
    Check out other podcast releases from Yogahealer Your MONEY + Your Time: The INTERMITTENT FASTING Habit: Cost/Benefit Analysis Workshop Liminal Thinking with Dave Gray Regenerative Leadership + Regenerating Thinking, Building, Living with Jaime Hogan Positive Thinking Techniques to Achieve Peak Performance Highlights:
    Cate talks about going to Minneapolis for her college reunion Cate announces her upcoming meetups in Jersey Shore and Minnesota Cate tells a story about going to the International Folk Music Festival in Butte, Montana Timestamps:
    [3:06] Alicia’s post [10:01] Evolution Exercise [13:37] Skills and your Future Self [23:42] Choosing who you’re going to be [29:56] Satisfaction [35:08] Choosing your response [43:22] Teachings [44:19] Music Festival [50:26] Spiral Evolution and words of wisdom Quotes:
    “While this might be repetitive to some of you, it'll be brand new to others. The fascinating part of perennial wisdom is that it's always relevant to whatever's going on in your life.” “I'm the kind of person who leans on the support of my people. Happiness is found in the evolving self at ease and the beingness of evolution.” “The more aware you are of the phase you're in, the more strategic you can be. The more strategic you are, the more opportunities you create.” “If you put the hardest thing first, build resilience. Then harder things become much easier things.” “I have a belief that synchronicity matters. I want to be available for synchronicity.”

    • 52 min
    Your MONEY + Your Time: The INTERMITTENT FASTING Habit: Cost/Benefit Analysis Workshop

    Your MONEY + Your Time: The INTERMITTENT FASTING Habit: Cost/Benefit Analysis Workshop

    Podcast Intro:
    What's with intermittent fasting, and why is this approach getting so much attention? People are engaged with intermittent fasting to lose weight, improve their health and simplify their lifestyles. It can have powerful effects on your body and brain and may even help you live longer.
    In this episode, Cate Stillman discusses her experiences with Yoga Healing and Intermittent Fasting and the positive effects they have had on her health. Don’t miss out!
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How much food do I need to eat? Calculating the result of Intermittent Fasting Food Cost Investing in personal health Consumer culture Result of Intermittent Fasting Links/CTA:
    Check out the latest in Yogahealer Want to know more about Intermittent Fasting? Listen to our previous episodes: An Evolutionary Perspective on The Intermittent Fasting Revolution: The Brain Science with Mark Mattson FAQ on INTERMITTENT FASTING for WOMEN vs. MEN, FAMILIES, TEENS, KIDS Intermittent Fasting for Your Body Type Intermittent Fasting, Autophagy + Cell Health + Ayurveda Highlights:
    Cate changed her perspective in life when she started doing intermittent fasting, she challenged herself and set personal goals to achieve greater results. For Cate, thinking time is very important because she has the power to recalibrate her thoughts on how she can make a lot of money. She prioritizes thinking time also; she very much enjoys thinking and strategy.  There are many proven effects of intermittent fasting like increased cognitive function, neuroplasticity, and a lot more. Cate has better relationships when she starts intermittent fasting, and her relationship with everyone will improve with intermittent fasting. She admits that she is a better parent. And she starts there like nothing that's the most important will ever get. Timestamps:
    [1:00]  Intermittent Fasting  [4:27] How much food do you need to eat? [6:20] Food Cost [10:03] Consumer Culture VS Creator Culture [20:19] Thinking Time [27:11] Proven Effects of Intermittent Fasting [33:43]  What do you need to design your life? [42:38] Value of Cycle Quotes:
     "The more I turn up intermittent fasting to deal with the healing crises that it brings on, mostly through a fasting response, hydration response, and healing response to needing to heal, the more I need less outside services for health and outside supplements." "With intermittent fasting, because we're simply consuming less, we start to consume less in all areas of our life. So we start to do less, we start to do better, we start to know why." "When you get on the other side of the intermittent fasting habit. I promise this doesn't occur to you to think about food. Not in that way. You go to the refrigerator; there happens to be food; maybe your future self did some things to help prepare food so that it's really simple to make your glorious meal and nourish your glorious soul." "There are opportunities everywhere you look all the time, all the time, and they keep getting better. You know what to say yes to, and that's what you choose to do with your focus." "The culture is so toxic that you don't design your own lifestyle super intelligently. Like you cannot assume that like the normal around you has the right answers." "Trust increased communication and all that's coming from like, you're more honest in yourself because intermittent fasting is going to take out it's going to refine self at the heart of it."

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