Return to the center, the biocentric approach to living. Exposing ideas and pathways towards wholistic wellbeing of mind, body and spirit.
Afterlife Experiences, Infinite Intelligence and Consciousness
JC Gordon talks about his life changing experience that happened on June 25th, 1996, when he was hit by a chainsaw and shortly afterwards died on the emergency room table. He then went through a deep afterlife experience before he was sent back to life.
In the interview JC Gordon talks about :
- How he new that "everything will be good" when the accident happened
- The profound experiences during the time his body was considered dead
- Why he had to return back to life
- The two states of consciousness: Mind Consciousness (ego...) and Heart Consciousness (intuition, love ...)
- His mission today and his academy
and many more...
You can learn more about JC Gordan and contact hime at:
Mastering Invisible Illness and Chronic Pain
Our guest Michele Johnson Michele is a certified Family Medicine Physician Assistant and has been a Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain patient herself for many years. She has found her personal way mastering this challenging condition and made it her mission to help people facing similar conditions.
Michele vividly describes her journey living with Fibromyalgia and daily pain, from the experience to find out that "pain is perceived not valid" - for there is no lab test - to the denial of her disability claim and to how she finally embarked from there to help herself and help others.
Her own example and her message that "you can live a full life despite chronic pain" is full of encouragement to anyone facing similar challenges in life.
Michele is author of the book "Pain Free: Living A Full Life Despite Chronic Pain" and she can be contacted here:
Facebook: #The PainFree PA
On Martial Arts & Healing - An Interview with Alberto Crane, 4th Dan Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (USA)
Today we are getting on a journey into the world of Budo, the Martial Arts, and uncover some of its fundamental principles related to mind, body and spirit. Our guest Alberto Crane is an American Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Pioneer and World Champion.
Alberto has dedicated his life to teaching and helping others through the martial arts journey to reach out to their full potential. Along the way he found a movement system called TACFIT (TACFIT.com) which is based on recovery from stress and teaching basic awareness.
In the interview Alberto shares the significant moment when he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and how his mindset helped him to move ahead from there. When the physician presented him a stack of drug books and merely asked to choose one of the medication options, he refrained surrendering to fate but instead used mind, awareness and centering to embark on his journey of self healing.
Alberto Crane's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy "LEGACY" is located in Burbank, California (http://legacybjj.com).
Alberto produced a touching video about the community spirit at the Legacy Academy, showing how martial arts training will humble and how disease can be overcome by spirit. A highly recommended watch!
Watch here: https://youtu.be/-GIYRrQlwts
On Eco-IQ, Connecting to Nature and to Yourself - An Interview with Aharon Henderson (Israel)
Exploring Connection to nature and yourself: Aharon Henderson shares his insights into connecting with nature and connecting with yourself. He shares aspects on organic farming and why organic certification standards can be good but also can put undesirable limitations. Aharon also explains on how to escape the "victim mentality" and get into the creator mode - manifesting your own reality.
And for sure.... there is one more thing: "It all starts with compost".
Aharon Henderson's podcast ecoIQ is on iTunes
On Positive Psychology - An Interview with Stephen Lew, founder of The School of Positive Psychology (Singapore)
An amazing journey into psychology and wellbeing: Stephen Lew shares his insights into Positive Psychology, the Negativity Bias and the application of concepts of psychotherapy in overturning pain and suffering. He provides his views on the impact of modern city life on wellbeing and explores the benefits of green living and biophilia in the context of psychology.
More information on Stephen Lew and his work can be found here:
On Education and Culture - a talk with James Suryo Kriner (Indonesia).
The guest of this episode is American - Indonesian education professional James Suryo Kriner who has been living in 5 different countries and is currently residing in Indonesia. The talk explores ways of adapting to living abroad as well as on preserving cultural heritage and using it as a strong point for development. James also shares his views on the state of education and on providing "Education for Life" that has to be reaching beyond academics.