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    Improving Your Health with Healthy Oils

    Improving Your Health with Healthy Oils

    Today’s guest is Udo Erasmus, founder of Udo’s Choice and author of the book Fats That Heal Fats that Kill, which has sold over 250,000 copies. As an acclaimed author and speaker, Udo has an 8-step process that takes into consideration all of the elements of nature and human nature, including physical health, mental health, presence and awareness, life energy, and being in harmony with nature and humanity. Udo’s background includes studies in biochemistry, genetics, biology, and nutrition as well as a master’s degree in counseling psychology.

    During our discussion, we cover a range of topics including Udo being a child of war, his spiritual journey, and what consuming healthy oils can do for you.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    An Imaginative Contemplative Exercise To Help With Conflict

    An Imaginative Contemplative Exercise To Help With Conflict

    Rev. Donna Dinsmore: An imaginative exercise for someone who is in the middle of a conflict.

    This contemplative practice is especially beneficial for someone who is in the midst of a conflict. or an uncertainty. And I think it's especially clarifying for a leader who actually has to do something about this conflict or uncertainty.

    • 7 min
    Contemplation and Focusing on the Good

    Contemplation and Focusing on the Good

    Our guest today is Donna Dismore.

    Donna was raised in a small farming community in northern Maine, taught choral music in the South Carolina public schools for 17 years, and moved to Vancouver, BC in 1996 to read and write at Regent College for a couple of years. She spent nine years at Regent (!) studying, working and teaching as a sessional lecturer. Twenty-six years later she is an ordained minister in the United Church of Canada and will "play in any sandbox that will have her."

    Donna has consulted for and with communities in New Zealand, Newfoundland, Washington, British Columbia and Alberta, mostly in the areas of worship, music and group discernment. Preparing and facilitating retreats that are organic to the group is one of her greatest joys.

    Donna is passionate about delving into the spirituality of change for congregations and groups of any kind. She is a partner in the SoulStream Community, currently a Transitional Minister at Brighouse United Church in Richmond, a voracious reader, and a lover of her canine companion, Tucker.

    During this conversation, we discuss Donna’s early spiritual influences

    Why Donna started praying the Psalms at a young age.

    Donna’s definition of contemplation

    The goodness of God and the need and difficulty of focusing on it.

    Donna’s life-changing interactions with Eugene Peterson

    Donna’s story of what happened at Chapel at Regent College on 9/11 and the months that followed

    Thoughts on contemplative community. Paying attention to what God is doing in community.

    Circle conversations with a talking stick so we can listen to each other and understand each other.

    Donna's Imaginative Exercise to help in times of conflict or uncertainty.

    • 48 min
    New Book: In the Heart of the Beloved with Esther Hizsa

    New Book: In the Heart of the Beloved with Esther Hizsa

    Our Guest today is Esther Hizsa who has just released a new book called "In the Heart of the Beloved: Stories of an Everday Pilgrim, Volume 3"

    Esther is a writer, spiritual director (trained through (SoulStream), and co-facilitator of SoulStream’s Living from the Heart course. She is also a mother, grandmother and wife married for 43 years to her husband, Fred. She and Fred live in Burnaby and love the outdoors, spending as much time as they can hiking in the mountains, biking in wide open spaces, and walking in the woods or by the sea. Esther is the author of three books and a blog, An Everyday Pilgrim.

    In this episode we discuss...

    Esther's blog - An Everyday Pilgrim

    How Esther became a writer?

    What sparked her desire to become a writer?

    Esther‘s own journey with Pilgrimage and God‘s love.

    The power of doing small things with great love

    The seed cracked open by Hafiz

    Being aware of the ordinary

    We discuss Esther's first two books and she read from both of them

    Book 3. "In the Heart of the Beloved: Stories of an Everday Pilgrim, Volume 3"

    For more see https://www.hintsofgladness.com/podcast2

    • 38 min
    The Fraser Valley Real Estate Market {October 2022}

    The Fraser Valley Real Estate Market {October 2022}

    Welcome to the Fraser Valley Lifestyle Podcast. Our guest today is Mike Wilson. Mike's actually the publisher of Fraser Valley Lifestyle. It's one of the services that he offers to his clients. Today we'll be chatting about the state of the real estate market.

    Mike has been licensed as a real estate professional in the Fraser Valley, since 1987. For 21 years he was a local Re/max associate and in May 2021 he moved to Royal LePage Northstar Realty to be a little closer to home.

    Fraser Valley Lifestyle Magazine is a passion project for him. It’s a way to give back to the community that has served my family and me for so many years and to support local businesses by sharing their events and providing some brand awareness.

    • 20 min
    Prayer of Imagination with the Story of Zacchaeus

    Prayer of Imagination with the Story of Zacchaeus

    The prayer of imagination with the story Zacchaeus with Esther Hizsa.

    Esther says the exercise is not about studying the story. It’s about putting ourselves in the story, letting it unfold, and seeing what happens.

    Esther reads the story and then invites us to imagine ourselves in the story. What do we see? What do we hear? What is it like to be noticed and spoken to by Jesus?

    • 14 min

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Great Podcast

I loved how Rod asked insightful question. The answers from the guest are full of wonderful tip, techniques, or steps to assist you.

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Postively great

Coaching for coaches. I'm a big beliver in a positive look when moving forward, and it's one of the reasons I like this podcast. Good guests and good questions. Very relaxed interview style that seems to get a lot out of his guests.

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