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Welcome to the Living Light Radio podcast, where we provide you with a weekly dose of inspiration, application and adaptation so you can embrace the light in your life and live the life of your dreams. You'll hear practical, powerful and profound life strategies so you can learn to like your life.

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Welcome to the Living Light Radio podcast, where we provide you with a weekly dose of inspiration, application and adaptation so you can embrace the light in your life and live the life of your dreams. You'll hear practical, powerful and profound life strategies so you can learn to like your life.

    Episode 91

    Episode 91

    Why You Don't Need To Convince Others To Share Your Beliefs  

    In these times of division, it can feel tempting to try to convince others to see the world through your lens.  But is it really worthwhile and what does it say about your self-image?  

    Tune in to this episode to learn more about how you can disagree with the perspective of others and still have a relationship with them.  

    You can learn more tips on teaching your kids to be critical thinkers in this video:  https://youtube.com/watch?v=oBHbxilUQ68&feature=share  ——————————————————————  

    Extra resources for parents and kids: 

    💻 ONLINE SCHOOL → https://www.innerchampion.me/   

    🌐 WEBSITE → https://freewithin.me/  

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    • 12 min
    Episode 90

    Episode 90

    The Importance of Understanding the Mind-Body Connection With Dr. Bal Pawa  

    Tune in to this powerful interview with Dr. Bal Pawa, a Physician, Pharmacist, TEDx Speaker and Author of the Mind-Body Cure Book.    Her insights highlight the importance of the mind-body connection and taking control of our health with practical advice. Join us as we uncover her own journey to healing that started with a tragic head-on collision that placed her in the hospital she worked in hours earlier but this time as a patient.  Being at the mercy of doctors and feeling vulnerable not only from the emotional grief of losing her baby but also from physical pain, she started her 7-year journey of healing.  Dealing with broken bones, collapsed lungs and relying on surgeons, neurologists, specialists, she was being attended to by the best yet she was not healing. What became apparent as missing in the medical system is a lack of  "patient involvement", the conversations about how much our mindset influences our healing.  Expanding on this, she left for Harvard Medical School to learn how to do counselling for mind-body.  The doctor there took a personal interest in her case as his research was based on the autonomic nervous system. Through this process and discovering her premise for her book, she learned to heal herself and returned to Vancouver to change the system of patient care.  Finding like-minded physicians, she opened an integrative clinic transforming the lives of thousands of people using the principles of mind-body medicine.  Her experience completely reframed the way she looks at the world, becoming more grateful and empowering not only herself but her patient in advocating for their health.  Our discussion sheds light on science-backed suggestions on how how to improve digestion, sleep, chronic stress and anxiety by following her REFRAME tool kit.  



    Learn more about Dr. Bal Pawa here:

    Website: https://drbalpawa.com/

    LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/drbalpawa

    Twitter:  https://mobile.twitter.com/balpawa

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/DrBalPawa/

    Instagram: @Dr.Bal Pawa  

    TEDx: https://youtu.be/qq0DBeFdDlM

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    Extra resources for parents and kids: 

    💻 ONLINE SCHOOL → https://www.innerchampion.me/   

    🌐 WEBSITE → https://freewithin.me/  

    🎙 PODCAST → https://anchor.fm/freewithin  

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    Follow me on social media!  

    Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/freewithin/?hl=en  

    Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/PureAtma  

    Pinterest → https://www.pinterest.ca/ranbirpuar/  

    Twitter → https://twitter.com/ranbirpuar

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    • 59 min
    Episode 89

    Episode 89

    Why It's Important To Understand & Express Your Anger  

    Earlier this week I shared a Rumi quote about anger.  "Anger is like a strong wind. It calms down  after a while, but lots of branches are already broken."  As I shared in that post, I picked that particular quote because I was feeling angry that day, and that is normal and natural.  The key, I find, is to be angry at the right time and at the right thing/person.  Some branches are meant to be broken, that's part of living a healthy life.  There are many ups and downs and it's up to us to learn how to self-regulate.   

    But so many of us are programmed to believe that anger is a "bad" emotion and that we should try to avoid it at all costs.  Perhaps the people sharing the program mean well but I believe they are confusing anger with violence, and they are two different things.  That's why in this week's episode I'm sharing some of the benefits of expressing your anger in healthy ways and how that can help you develop a better sense of self.  

    Tune in to join the conversation.



    Extra resources for parents and kids: 

    💻 ONLINE SCHOOL → https://www.innerchampion.me/   

    🌐 WEBSITE → https://freewithin.me/  

    🎙 PODCAST → https://anchor.fm/freewithin  

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    Follow me on social media!  

    Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/freewithin/?hl=en  

    Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/PureAtma  

    Pinterest → https://www.pinterest.ca/ranbirpuar/  

    Twitter → https://twitter.com/ranbirpuar

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    • 12 min
    Episode 88

    Episode 88

    Tips On How To Have Fair Fights  

    In this episode, I'm sharing a number of easy to understand tips that you can apply right away to help you learn how to fight fair.  Contrary to the marketing messages being pumped out by the self-help world, your relationships aren't supposed to be all butterflies and rainbows.  That's not realistic and it can be harmful to you to set that as your target.  

    Relationships can, however, be harmonious and you can each learn how to disagree without shattering the foundation of your connection and you can each learn how to self-regulate.  Tension and disagreements CAN help you build your emotional and spiritual 'muscle' if you know HOW to use them in a productive manner.    

    Tune in to listen to the five tips I have on how you can learn to have fair fights.

    • 15 min
    Episode 87

    Episode 87

    Ground Yourself & Help Build Your Confidence With This One Small Shift  

    Most people are conditioned to plan ahead.  Sometimes it's a week at a time, sometimes maybe a month or even a year.  But due to the current circumstances, it's difficult to plan ahead.  

    The major challenge in losing those long-term plans is that you may feel like you don't have as much to look forward to.  You may feel like you're spinning your wheels.  

    That's why I have been recommending this particular tip so frequently lately.  It's a small, but mighty shift that can help you not only develop self-trust and reliability but also boosts your confidence.    

    Tune in to this episode so you can learn more.

    • 7 min
    Episode 86

    Episode 86

    The Innate Gift Of Resilience That You Didn't Know You Had  

    Human resilience is innate.  It's a gift we all have, to varying degrees, but how do you manage those extremely difficult experiences?  When life gets really hard you have to make a decision.  Not just to get through it, but to thrive and grow because of it.  And what is the role/responsibility of therapists and coaches in this space?  Could there be a better way to help people process trauma and develop resilience?  

    Tune into this fascinating and thought-provoking conversation I have with my good friend, Tara Miller.

    Extra resources: 

    💻 ONLINE SCHOOL → https://www.innerchampion.me/   

    🌐 WEBSITE → https://freewithin.me/  

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    Follow me on social media!  Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/freewithin/?hl=en  

    Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/PureAtma  

    Pinterest → https://www.pinterest.ca/ranbirpuar/  

    Twitter → https://twitter.com/ranbirpuar

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

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Poet576 ,

Great, actionable advice

I loved the three tips on Episode 29 talking about anger. In my coaching course, I learned about how laughter relieves stress, but your three strategies (especially smiling) to help shift communication was really interesting, and I definitely plan to share that tip with my clients.

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