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This podcast is for out of the box thinkers and for those that hear HOPE in Always Another Way. There is Always Another Way to do things. If you are rigid in your views -- this might not be your cup of tea. However, you should note...tastes can change.
THERE IS ALWAYS ANOTHER WAY -- do to things.
Marina talks to game changers in the mind/body/spirit/education space.
You'll hear from neuroscientists, philosophers, entrepreneurs and more. We talk about psilocybin for depression, acupuncture, revisioning, network spinal analysis, ecstatic dance, the zendo project and more!
Bonus -- Putting some of my hypnosis tracks on here too. All hypnosis is self hypnosis. Do not listen to hypnosis recordings while driving. Hypnosis allows the conscious mind to take a back seat and let the unconscious mind take control and be an agent for change. Just like the time you stopped getting in your own way and made positive changes in your life.

Marina has a Masters in Professional Counseling. She is the IPPY Award winning author of Stop Looking for a Husband: Find the Love of Your Life and Nasty Divorce: A Kid's Eye View. She is trained in clinical hypnosis. She has always been a challenger of authority.

Phoenix * Marina Sbrochi
MA Professional Counseling
IPPY Award winning author
Allways Another Way podcast
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ALLWays Another Way Marina Sbrochi

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 55 Ratings

Support this podcast with anything you feel like contributing. I pay for studio time myself and hope this brings value to you!
If you feel like making a donation for this track or anything that I have helped you with, I am appreciative.
Donate Here --- https://bit.ly/2lDuBIc

This podcast is for out of the box thinkers and for those that hear HOPE in Always Another Way. There is Always Another Way to do things. If you are rigid in your views -- this might not be your cup of tea. However, you should note...tastes can change.
THERE IS ALWAYS ANOTHER WAY -- do to things.
Marina talks to game changers in the mind/body/spirit/education space.
You'll hear from neuroscientists, philosophers, entrepreneurs and more. We talk about psilocybin for depression, acupuncture, revisioning, network spinal analysis, ecstatic dance, the zendo project and more!
Bonus -- Putting some of my hypnosis tracks on here too. All hypnosis is self hypnosis. Do not listen to hypnosis recordings while driving. Hypnosis allows the conscious mind to take a back seat and let the unconscious mind take control and be an agent for change. Just like the time you stopped getting in your own way and made positive changes in your life.

Marina has a Masters in Professional Counseling. She is the IPPY Award winning author of Stop Looking for a Husband: Find the Love of Your Life and Nasty Divorce: A Kid's Eye View. She is trained in clinical hypnosis. She has always been a challenger of authority.

Phoenix * Marina Sbrochi
MA Professional Counseling
IPPY Award winning author
Allways Another Way podcast
Find Always Another Way Podcast on iTunes and subscribe and rate!
I appreciate all of your support and sharing!

    Finding Your Purpose Hypnosis

    Finding Your Purpose Hypnosis

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    Find a nice place to sit or lie down and listen.

    This is for you to take time to explore thoughts and opportunities for finding your purpose.

    Allow yourself to take a break from the news and relax your mind and expand your horizons.

    • 20 min
    Hypnosis For Extreme Anxiety - A guided meditation

    Hypnosis For Extreme Anxiety - A guided meditation

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    Find a nice place to sit or lie down and listen.

    This is for you to take your mind off of worrying about life and the coronavirus Covid-19.
    Allow yourself to take a break from the news and relax your mind.



    Covid-19, the Coronavirus has brought our world into collective uncertainty - which can bring up anxiety.

    You are not alone in this feeling.
    I have created this track for anyone who could use this time to slow things down.
    Repeated listening has benefits of strengthening your response to anxiety.

    • 18 min
    Ep: 103 - White Privilege, Racism and Real Life with Jess Garland ✨

    Ep: 103 - White Privilege, Racism and Real Life with Jess Garland ✨

    From Teaching Tolerance:
    "White privilege is—perhaps most notably in this era of uncivil discourse—a concept that has fallen victim to its own connotations. The two-word term packs a double whammy that inspires pushback. 1) The word white creates discomfort among those who are not used to being defined or described by their race. And 2) the word privilege, especially for poor and rural white people, sounds like a word that doesn’t belong to them—like a word that suggests they have never struggled.
    This defensiveness derails the conversation, which means, unfortunately, that defining white privilege must often begin with defining what it’s not. Otherwise, only the choir listens; the people you actually want to reach check out. White privilege is not the suggestion that white people have never struggled. Many white people do not enjoy the privileges that come with relative affluence, such as food security. Many do not experience the privileges that come with access, such as nearby hospitals.
    And white privilege is not the assumption that everything a white person has accomplished is unearned; most white people who have reached a high level of success worked extremely hard to get there. Instead, white privilege should be viewed as a built-in advantage, separate from one’s level of income or effort."
    "Systemic Racism includes the policies and practices entrenched in established institutions, which result in the exclusion or promotion of designated groups. It differs from overt discrimination in that no individual intent is necessary.
    It manifests itself in two ways:
    institutional racism: racial discrimination that derives from individuals carrying out the dictates of others who are prejudiced or of a prejudiced society
    structural racism: inequalities rooted in the system-wide operation of a society that excludes substantial numbers of members of particular groups from significant participation in major social institutions."
    Jess Garland is a Dallas based singer/songwriter, recording and performing artist.

    Jess co-produced the film and composed music for Their Lives Mattered: A Dialogue Honoring Stolen Lives by Dallas law enforcement on September 5th at Texas Theatre, the project funded by the City of Dallas’ Office of Cultural Affairs.
    Jess most recently received a grant from The Nasher Sculpture Center to record her single "Live Again" and create a music video on Fair Park grounds. Jess performed in Austin on July 5th for New Media Art and Sound Summit
sponsored by Church of The Friendly Ghost.
    Jess received a grant from the City of Dallas' Office of Cultural Affairs for her performance "Take Me Oya" in April 2019 for Dallas Arts Month at South Dallas Cultural Center. Jess received a grant for Aurora’s 2018 Future Worlds theme for her performance "Resurrecting Gaia" in October at Kettle Art Gallery.
    Resurrecting Gaia was featured in New York’s Vulture Magazine and also listed as a top pick of events to see by KERA’s Art and Seek and D Magazine.
    Jess opened for The Academy member, Gingger Shankar for Fortress Fest Presents Modern Music Series at The Modern Museum of Ft. Worth. She has composed music for Art Pena’s play, “Nameless/Endless” where she also performed at The Reading Room Gallery.
    Jess is also the harpist with Sunshine Village Band.
Jess is an educator and has a non-profit free music education program, Swan Strings that has been recently featured in Advocate Magazine and D Magazine.

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/swanstringsmusicprogram
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 53 min
    Ep:102 Happy Health with Amy Cattaneo

    Ep:102 Happy Health with Amy Cattaneo

    There is one person that knows you the best. You.
    What do you do when you health issues and you aren't getting the right answers?
    What do you do when you think there is more to health than where you are?
    Have you ever wondered if you could feel better?


    My guest struggled with chronic illness until she found a solution that worked for her. Not only did she change her physical health, she transformed her mental health and her life.



    Her inspiring story and infectious personality is just the inspiration we all need during this time of Covid-19.


    Amy Cattaneo was boorn and raised in the Bronx, New York, Amy had a typical NYC childhood. After falling in love with accounting in high school, she decided to get her MBA in Accounting. Amy went to work for one of the Big Four accounting firms right after graduating and life was good.

    Until she noticed that she was always getting sick, stressed out of her mind and was just simply miserable, despite having a great life on paper.

    So she decided to change EVERYTHING about what she was doing. She became a raw vegan, started exercising regularly and devoured information on health. Slowly but surely, she started to feel better, her skin cleared up and she noticed she wasn't getting sick anymore.

    This change also led Amy to realize her true passion was helping people. She and her husband eventually went on to own a personal training studio in Allen, TX which they now have owned and operated for 10 years.

    Amy is a certified personal trainer, a certified Precision Nutrition Coach, a certified Robbins Madanes Life Coach, and a certified Essential Oil Coach.

    Today, Amy helps people become happier and healthier through the power of essential oils and runs the Nutrition Department at her training studio.



    Connect with her at www.amycattaneo.com
    https://youtu.be/UcUwnj12Q5I


    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 39 min
    Ep: 101 Roll with the Changes - Sean Beiersdorfer✨

    Ep: 101 Roll with the Changes - Sean Beiersdorfer✨

    Change comes whether you like it or not.
    The question is, are you choosing to change, being forced to change or adapting to change.
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    Back in the studio social distance style.
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    My guest Sean Beiersdorfer has been practicing yoga and meditation since 2015 and music percussion for over 20...”each moment I get to clash my passions and meditate in music whether listening or playing and keeping focus and attention on one point (time or groove) I find new ways to open my mind as well as ways of reaching others to bypass there own barriers”
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    Sean teaches all over Dallas Breathe-Uptown -Dallas Yoga Center, v12, Formerly the refuge and a few others as and school of rock and private lessons for kids.
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    Primarily practicing ashtanga Sean travels to New York City (my hometown) to practice and learn from/with many different teachers to help hone his craft.
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    We’ll explore his journey and tips and trades for staying calm and growing in this pandemic .
    Find Sean on Instagram @Sean_yogibeiers
    www.allwaysanotherway.com

    • 48 min
    Ep: 100 -- The gift of Covid-19 and 99 other inspiring stories

    Ep: 100 -- The gift of Covid-19 and 99 other inspiring stories

    Thank you for all of your support over the past two years.
    In this time of the social distancing and shutting down due to the Covid 19 pandemic.
    We are in uncertain and changing times.


    The good new -- in uncertainty there is possibility.
    In this episode, I speak of how to view this time of uncertainty and highlight little bits of all my 99 past podcasts.


    I know you have time -- and this can help you find something to listen to or something to share to someone else that needs the inspiration.
    Please subscribe, rate and share!
    I really rely on all of these things for my podcast to move up.


    It's going to be harder for me to pay for this podcast when my income has disappeared -- and I feel strongly about putting positive and helpful information out there for free.


    If you are in a position to sponsor the podcast, please message me to see what we can set up.
    If you found anything I've brought to you valuable and would like to donate - you can here and I would very much appreciate it.



    https://www.paypal.com/paypalme2/mari...
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    https://youtu.be/pzeiAqvQNhc

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

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55 Ratings

Cassie Green Health ,

Great, balanced podcast

Love this podcast! Marina is a great host and brings on down to earth, informative guests. It’s an easy listen while still being educational!

lrmtexas ,

Must listen!

Marina is absolute MAGIC. I am so thankful for what she has cultivated here. This podcast holds space for so many people and does such a beautiful job. Every episode is filled with enriching conversation, dreamy meditations and insightful knowledge. I guarantee this podcast will bring some light into your life. Much love to you, Marina!!

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Highly recommend!

Marina’s ability to inspire hope and new ways of thinking and doing by finding incredible guests (and sharing her own knowledge), makes is podcast a must! Good, good stuff!

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