Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. she uses a Buddhist understanding of health and mental health. The Buddhist approach to health and healing is its emphasis on spiritual strength and an overriding sense of purpose. Letting go of attachments and having compassion for self and others to get optimal healing.
Bucovery and Humor with Michael Weitzman Part 2
Today join Dr Tyler Woods does part 2 of Michael Weitzman's interview. He lives in New York and taking mental health by storm.. Michael is an Educational, Motivational, Inspirational, Humorous, & Speaker working on touching & helping people change their lives for the better! Michael has been been on various TV, radio, podcasts, and social media venues helping others. He is inspiring and quite funny, he uses humor to help people understand mental health issues and heal. He believes in the Buddhist philosophy to not suffer, rather use laughter to heal. Today he joins Dr. Tyler Woods on Bucovery. You can see some of his work here on his YouTube channel Michael Weitzman
Bucovery and Humor with Michael Weitzman Part 1
Today join Dr Tyler Woods as she interviews Michael Weitzman from New York. Michael is an Educational, Motivational, Inspirational, Entertaining, Humorous, & Speaker Working on Touching & Helping All People Change Their Lives For The Better! Michael has been been on various TV, radio, podcasts, videos, and many other venues. Inspiring and quite funny, he uses humor to help people understand mental health issues and heal. Today he joins Dr. Tyler Woods on Bucovery. You can see some of his work here on his youtube channel Michael Weitzman
Be A Buddhist Dealing With the Coronavirus
Tyler Woods talks a little about Covid 19 the coronavirus. She is working on the front lines of emotions and she understands that you are hearing so much about it, and you---like most of us are confined in your home, with that said she wants to talk about a few things that could help using a Buddhist perspective or as I say, BE A BUDDHIST. It's true---We the human race don’t like to be thrown out of our routines, it feels crazy when there are changes leaving you feeling trapped. She believes the best advice anyone can offer is to BE A BUDDHIST and be mindful. Take a pause, inhale and take a few deep breaths, then take a few more, then take your time and look around at all the things you can be grateful for. That is actually being a Buddhist. She believes walking a Buddhist perspective is a great way to deal with the pandemic and you do not have to be Buddhist to do so you can be Christians, Jewish, atheist and still walk a Buddhist philosophy. Join her for this 10 minute podcast as she takes the time to remind you to relax and just know everything is temporary.
Walk in the Peace
There are so many fearful people walking the earth. They are so filled with fear they arm themselves with relentless efforts in hoping they feel safe. It reminded me so much of when I saw the Dalai Lama years ago and he talked about the only way to peace was to disarm yourself. In order to develop inner peace, you need inner disarmament. Walking in peace is a pretty powerful weapon! Peace is my weapon. Peace is not being asleep at the wheel or being numb---not based in reality. Peace is a state of heightened aliveness, when we become more conscious rather than less, and this requires an awareness of the kinds of thoughts that habitually go through our mind, then peace comes.
Dealing with Angry People and Their Gossip
Join Dr. Tyler Woods and she talks about how important it is to realize that you have complete control over how you work with your speech, but zero control over what comes out of the mouths of others. It is important to try to learn that instead of dwelling on the people who are angry at you and use gossip to try to attack you or cause malice with intent that you try to focus on compassion. Most angry people are sick and their minds are delusional and poisoned with the knots of anger. Dr. Woods tries to shed light on this based on an angry personals personal attack on her spouse and how she was able to use compassion. A must hear episode.
Using Compassion to Overcome Toxic People
Join Dr. Tyler Woods I as she talks about toxic people and how to use compassion to not feel hurt, angry or resentful. She reminds everyone that the toxic person is suffering deeply and toxic people suffer from many problems such as pain, suffering, affliction, neurosis, psychosis, paranoia, fear, tension, anxiety, depression and have fallen off the emotional wagon. Join her today.